> Thanks for the instructions on how to do this. I'm having some trouble
> though. The .wav file transfers to .flac just fine, but when I play it
> in foobar or the winamp player, it just shows as one track, not an
> album, and I can't fast forward to additional tracks. What am I doing
> wrong? Do I need to run some sort of tagging program? Thanks!
Sounds like you have one file, and it is missing the cuesheet stuff.
I don't use cuesheets, so you'll have to ask folks who use them.
Probably some invisible switch
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Thread: I'm getting ripped, now what?
2007-09-24, 08:22 #11
I'm getting ripped, now what?
2007-09-24, 12:49 #12
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Yep, from what I gathered reading the Flac documentation on their site, for individual files, you have to provide the file name of cuesheet + check cuesheet box in order for it to tag. But as you indicated (I think) I can just point the flac encoder to the directory with .wav's and corresponding cue sheets and everything should be gravy. Will try after work.