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Will CD ripped to 1 FLAC file for each track still play with no gaps?
Elias Pies de Pl...
post Mar 28 2013, 01:13
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Hello there I want to know if in the case of uninterrupted tracks -such as The Wall songs- are played exactly the same regardless the album is kept on single file or splitted with CueTools. Is there any gap after the splitting when the flac are played on winamp? I am a fundamentalis of no gaps on these uninterrupted tracks. Most probably this is perfectly obvious but I am not well versed on this world. Thanks.
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db1989
post May 4 2013, 20:48
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The audio will be exactly the same.

The tags might change along the way due to something you do; we canít speculate about that.
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post Oct 28 2013, 20:44
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QUOTE (db1989 @ May 4 2013, 16:48) *
The audio will be exactly the same.

The tags might change along the way due to something you do; we canít speculate about that.


Hello once more. I have another question: WHen re-encoding to individual flac tracks with CUETools, should I consider the encoder the original single flac was encoded with? I've been using libFlake because I read it is the encoder the guys from CUETools developed and thus the most appropiate. But could there be any problem when the original single flac encoder and the encoder I use to re-encode in individual flac are different?

Most probably the answer i ''no'' otherwise you would have warned me in which case please forgive my ignorance.

Thanks my friend.
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