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Cue And Flac



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Toast can use the Image File setting in the Copy window to burn from bin/cue files so maybe it would work to convert the flac audio to uncompressed bin. But this is beyond my experience so I'm just making a guess. There is a Mac tool called Max that might be useful for your situation. You can find a link to it at macupdate.com.

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Bin/Cue file conversion on the Mac:


1-Fire up Toast 10

2-Go To Copy, then to Image File under Copy

3-Drag ".bin" file into the Toast window

4-Go to File->Save as Disc Image (Command D)

5-Save, then drag the resulting ".toast" file into the Toast window and click the new "mount" button.

6-This will mount the volume, and you can drag the contents into another new folder where you can play the files directly.


The above doesn't work in Toast 11: In Toast 11:

1-Fire up Toast 11

2-In upper menu under "utilities" choose Mount Disc Image

3-Drag the .bin file into the resulting "choose a folder" dialogue box, click OK.

4-Voila! A new mounted volume appears on your desktop.

5-Open this volume, open the enclosed folder and your contents are inside.

6-Drag these files to a new folder on your desktop. You can now use them as you will.

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