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Flac is an audio codec (Free Lossless Audio Codec) and certainly isn't an image file.

 

The image format is bin/cue

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Flac is an audio codec (Free Lossless Audio Codec) and certainly isn't an image file.

 

The image format is bin/cue

 

Can i burn it in ROXIO ?

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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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Go to the website address I gave earlier and read it.

 

Flac/cue is NOT a cd image - it's ONE audio file with a table of contents

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Go to the website address I gave earlier and read it.

 

Flac/cue is NOT a cd image - it's ONE audio file with a table of contents

I don't think you are getting through… This looks like a case of a little knowledge goes nowhere :P

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Ok,

 

I downloaded the BURRRN program (free).

Ad the CUE file to the program and the BURRRN programs split the file in 12 tracks.

Push the BURN button en You have the CD with the 12 songs. :rolleyes:

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So what has all this got to do with Roxio, brocot2 ??

He asked if burning "flac image" is possible with EMC. Apparenty is not, so he provided a solution for those who might have the same question.

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