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How to extract separate tracks from .ape image?
DroogieX
post Jan 6 2007, 13:38
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Hi, how can I extract separate tracks from .ape CD image?, I have the .cue files but the only way I currently know is to burn the image file and the rip the burned CD with separate tracks, I preferably want to extract the separate tracks directly from the .ape image without having to burn the images, is there a way to do this directly?, if I can extract to a different file format it would be great 'cause I want to convert the tracks to .mp3 V0 and store the lossless files for archival
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guruboolez
post Jan 6 2007, 13:50
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You can load the cuesheet into foobar2000's playlist and then convert the virtual tracks into real ones with the same software (right click/convert to...)
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post Jan 6 2007, 17:16
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Or... you could use MakeAPL that you get with your Monkey's Audio. Then add those .apl files to Monkey's Audio, chose Convert and external codec LAME...

I just remembered... I have already made a 'guide' for this. Here


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DroogieX
post Jan 6 2007, 17:46
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Thanks a lot!, I just did it with foobar and everything worked perfect! biggrin.gif


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