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I don't know what you're trying to do but Flac is just a codec (to enable sound on a computer)

 

It's neither an application or a CD/DVD image so I don't understand what it is you're trying to do

 

There is some reference to 'cue' files with Flac on the 'net but they are solely to do with adding a TOC (table of contents) to an image file. It's certainly not a standard image file for either CD or DVD

 

Read this article here http://www.free-codecs.com/download/FLAC.htm

 

"FLAC has a "cue sheet" metadata block for storing a CD table of contents and all track and index points. For instance, you can rip a CD to a single file, then import the CD's extracted cue sheet while encoding to yield a single file representation of the entire CD. If your original CD is damaged, the cue sheet can be exported later in order to burn an exact copy."

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You won't be able to with any of the Audio apps.They make Audio or MP3/WMA discs,of which Flac is neither.

You may be able to make an image of a Flac disc using the Data apps but I'm not sure about if they'll recognize the files as data.

Creator Classic will let you make the Bin/Cue image,if it lets you use the files as data,which it may.

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I don't know what you're trying to do but Flac is just a codec (to enable sound on a computer)

 

It's neither an application or a CD/DVD image so I don't understand what it is you're trying to do

 

There is some reference to 'cue' files with Flac on the 'net but they are solely to do with adding a TOC (table of contents) to an image file. It's certainly not a standard image file for either CD or DVD

 

Read this article here http://www.free-codecs.com/download/FLAC.htm

 

"FLAC has a "cue sheet" metadata block for storing a CD table of contents and all track and index points. For instance, you can rip a CD to a single file, then import the CD's extracted cue sheet while encoding to yield a single file representation of the entire CD. If your original CD is damaged, the cue sheet can be exported later in order to burn an exact copy."

 

I have e music.flac + music.cue file.

Normally, (as with ape+cue) when you open the files in the burning program, you wil have e list of the songs to burn. Here it opens, but i have only one song of 45 min.

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