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John L Fjellstad
2005-03-05, 03:36
Is there an easy way to create cuesheets in Linux? (easy as in not
having to fire up vi and manually typing in the information?)

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Moses Leslie
2005-03-05, 10:23
Hi John,

I believe cdrdao will make a TOC, which can be converted to cue, but
there's also a utility at:

http://diplodocus.org/dist/audio/mkcue-1.tar.bz2

that just creates cue sheets.

The cdrdao method takes much more time, as it reads the entire disc to
make sure that it's accurate, I think mkcue just grabs the index and
trusts it.

Moses

On Sat, 5 Mar 2005, John L Fjellstad wrote:

> Is there an easy way to create cuesheets in Linux? (easy as in not
> having to fire up vi and manually typing in the information?)
>
> --
> John L. Fjellstad
> web: http://www.fjellstad.org/ Quis custodiet ipsos custodes
>

michael
2005-03-05, 17:40
If you're using cdrdao or something else that uses TOC files, you'll
probably also want to check out cuetools to convert TOC into
cuesheets, and vice versa.
http://developer.berlios.de/projects/cuetools/

-michael

Moses Leslie <yahoogroup (AT) malformed (DOT) org> writes:
> Hi John,
>
> I believe cdrdao will make a TOC, which can be converted to cue, but
> there's also a utility at:
>
> http://diplodocus.org/dist/audio/mkcue-1.tar.bz2
>
> that just creates cue sheets.
>
> The cdrdao method takes much more time, as it reads the entire disc to
> make sure that it's accurate, I think mkcue just grabs the index and
> trusts it.
>
> Moses
>
> On Sat, 5 Mar 2005, John L Fjellstad wrote:
>
>> Is there an easy way to create cuesheets in Linux? (easy as in not
>> having to fire up vi and manually typing in the information?)
>>