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Cue-sheets


Michael Graubart

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This is outside my expertise. I know Toast can burn a .bin/cue file using the Disc Image setting in the copy window. But I'm not aware of any way for Toast to recognize a cue sheet in the Audio window. It may be you'll need to use a different application.

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This is outside my expertise. I know Toast can burn a .bin/cue file using the Disc Image setting in the copy window. But I'm not aware of any way for Toast to recognize a cue sheet in the Audio window. It may be you'll need to use a different application.

 

Thanks, Tsantee. I have actually now solved my problem, and other readers may be interested in the solution, too: an excellent application called XLD, free of charge from <http://tmkk.hp.infoseek.co.jp/xld/index_e.html>, and another excellent one (basically a CD ripper) called Max, also free of charge from <http://sbooth.org/Max/>, will accept cue-sheets and quickly and easily split a FLAC file according to the cue-sheet; the resulting separate files can then be dragged into Toast in the ordinary way. But it would be good if the Toast developers were to include this facility in a future release. Nero has it, but it is a PC/Windows-only application.

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