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Burn Multiple Cuesheets
mrgou
post Jul 24 2010, 21:49
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Hi,

I have two cuesheets from EAC (single WAV) for two CD's which will fit on one, so I'd like to burn both on one CD. Usually, I use Burrrn, which is the only tool I know that does it, but for this one, it failed twice in the middle of the process.

Does anybody know any other tool which can burn multiple cuesheet images, or will merge two cuesheets into one (that requires calculating the offset of the tracks of the second cuesheet based on the first)?

I'd expect foobar2000 with the Audio CD Writer component to do it, but it never worked with me ("Audio CD burning process failed: Unsupported recorder mode (0xC0AA0208)").

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alondon
post Jul 24 2010, 22:59
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:-)


EAC will do it but you have to merge the cue sheets into one with a text editor changing the track numbers in the second cue sheet so they are sequential* and any file references so they point to the location of the image audio files involved.

* sequential relative to the last track number in the previous cue sheet

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post Jul 24 2010, 23:10
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QUOTE (mrgou @ Jul 24 2010, 21:49) *
. . . merge two cuesheets into one (that requires calculating the offset of the tracks of the second cuesheet based on the first
After merging with a text editor (as alondon's post above suggested before being . . . edited), you'll have to offset not track INDEXes (which are relative to the file referenced, not the absolute position on the CD) but TRACK numbers.

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mrgou
post Jul 25 2010, 07:36
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QUOTE (dv1989 @ Jul 25 2010, 00:10) *
After merging with a text editor (as alondon's post above suggested before being . . . edited), you'll have to offset not track INDEXes (which are relative to the file referenced, not the absolute position on the CD) but TRACK numbers.


OK, so I can have the first track index position in the second cuesheet start at 0? I thought it would need to start at the position the first one ends.

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db1989
post Jul 25 2010, 11:09
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Yes. My post means that any INDEXes in the cuesheet are taken as references to that time position in the current file (i.e. most recent FILE line), not on the CD as a whole. If you reference a new file, it will be written directly after the end of the first.

For example, your first file is 50 min long. You then reference a new file:
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FILE "Part2.wav"
TRACK 11 AUDIO
INDEX 01 00:00:00
Track 11 is written beginning at 50 min on the CD, because that's how much time is elapsed--but using the audio data from the very beginning of Part 2.wav onwards.
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mrgou
post Jul 25 2010, 17:12
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QUOTE (dv1989 @ Jul 25 2010, 12:09) *
Yes. My post means that any INDEXes in the cuesheet are taken as references to that time position in the current file (i.e. most recent FILE line), not on the CD as a whole.

OK, I always understood it referenced the entire CD layout. I learned something! smile.gif

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viktor
post Jul 25 2010, 18:30
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use foobar2000 to merge the 2 cuesheets (add both to playlist, select them, and use the converter to make a single image file with cuesheet). you can use wav, as it will be PCM on the audio CD anyway.

use imgburn to burn the cuesheet. or foobar2000. or whatever that supports it.
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post Jul 25 2010, 19:54
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QUOTE (viktor @ Jul 25 2010, 10:30) *
use foobar2000 to merge the 2 cuesheets (add both to playlist, select them, and use the converter to make a single image file with cuesheet). you can use wav, as it will be PCM on the audio CD anyway.

Why should the OP take the extra trouble of writing a single-file image so that it can be burned with a program that he doesn't use, especially when he's already been given a working solution?

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