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Creating CUE files from Audio CD's, What's the best way to create CUE Files?
adamc
post Jun 7 2005, 19:02
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Hi,
I would like to create cue files of my audio CD's and was wondering what was the best package / utility to use? I have looked on the net for packages, but havn't had any joy - your help would be appreciated. Cheers
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Synthetic Soul
post Jun 7 2005, 20:03
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The first thing that springs to mind is EAC.

Choose Action -> Create Cuesheet -> [whatever option suits you best] from the menu.

Mine always get saved to the folder specified in the "Directories" tab under "EAC Options" (EAC -> EAC Options... or F9)


Edit: You may also want to check the "Use CD-Text information in CUE sheet generation" checkbox on the "Tools" tab on the EAC Options dialogue.

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post Jun 7 2005, 20:57
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Thanks for the prompt response, that sounds perfect smile.gif
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post Jun 7 2005, 21:40
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What has always bugged me is the slow creation of cue sheets in EAC. I don't need those accurate pre-gaps, even if they are present on the CD.

I therefore downloaded CDex from the CVS (v1.60 beta 1), and added saving of cue-sheet automatically when saving partitial tracks. Also, the default name of such a paritial track is set to "Artist - Album", as opposed to "FirstTrackName (range)". This makes it very simple to save a complete album to an mp3 image with a cue sheet. smile.gif

It seems as the CDex has stopped development, as I have tried to submit this before without any respond.

Anyway, I can upload and provide a link to it in a few days if anyone is interested. (I may do a few more things, but won't be starting active development on CDex though).
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post Jun 7 2005, 21:59
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What apps are available for easily creating CUE sheets via individual tracks after I've already ripped the CD? i.e. I rip my CDs to individual FLAC files.


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I therefore downloaded CDex from the CVS (v1.60 beta 1)
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post Jun 7 2005, 22:17
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QUOTE (jaybeee @ Jun 7 2005, 09:59 PM)
What apps are available for easily creating CUE sheets via individual tracks after I've already ripped the CD?  i.e. I rip my CDs to individual FLAC files.

This thread may help.


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QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Jun 7 2005, 10:17 PM)
QUOTE (jaybeee @ Jun 7 2005, 09:59 PM)
What apps are available for easily creating CUE sheets via individual tracks after I've already ripped the CD?  i.e. I rip my CDs to individual FLAC files.

This thread may help.
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