It is a little early to do that, as it is under active development.
I went to the ripper "comparison" sheet and it says that dbPoweramp can now do cue sheets and gap detection (I've been waiting a *long time* for dbPoweramp to add that).
R14 has been released, the cue sheet part (which relies on an extended 'virtual' codec) is in the beta section of forum.dbpoweramp.com it will be updated and released as time permits.
You can safely use EAC to create noncompliant CUE sheets that will work with rips done with dBpoweramp.
dbpoweramp has been working on cue sheet support for some time! It doesn't appear that you are really serious about it. I don't think that I will pay for something on a long unfulfilled promise, especially with the new EAC release candidate just being released.
I misunderstand: are you saying that I am not serious about this or that dBpoweramp is not serious about cue sheet implementation?
I wish I hadn't said anything.
dBpoweramp does now support cue sheet image.
Quote from: spoon on 21 September, 2010, 03:59:45 PMIt is a little early to do that, as it is under active development.I'm confused. I went to the ripper "comparison" sheet and it says that dbPoweramp can now do cue sheets and gap detection (I've been waiting a *long time* for dbPoweramp to add that). But it sounds like you're saying that it *doesn't* have that.Is there an ETA on when it will?Also, how would I go about using it? Currently I use ImgBurn to create a bin/cue and then I also rip discs into individual FLAC tracks.My goal is to use dbPoweramp to rip the individual FLAC tracks and also a cue file, so that I can then just take those tracks and the CUE file and somehow "recreate" the original CD... will the latest dpPoweramp help me do that?Thanks, Spoon.