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danco
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.cue to .toc

Post by danco » Wed Jul 19, 2006 9:03 pm

For various reasons, I wanted to create a .toc file from the .cue file generated when I ripped and encoded a CD to oneflac file, using Max 0.5.6.

There is a Unix program called cue2toc. This would not work, as it complained about the lines

ISRC (null)

in the cure file generated by Max.

I simply looked at the cue file (after all, it's plain text), deleted those lines, and then cue2toc worked fine.

So what do these lines mean, and does Max have to include them in cue files?

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Post by sbooth » Wed Jul 19, 2006 10:56 pm

The lines are for the ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) of the tracks. Max should only include them if they are valid- needless to say (null) isn't valid, so I will look into it.

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