You need to use the new Converter. You may need to re-run the installer if you didn't install the converter component before.
Cue sheet remembers track titles, and should also use whichever file name you used in the converter formatting string.
if I try to put %filename% or %title% in the command line, it creates separate files for each track instead of merging them into one. If I leave this out, it doesn't remember them at all.
So your input files don't have tags?
Why do you have a zillion WAV files on your hard drive?
I tried choosing "Generate multi-track files"
all I get is a WAV file without a cue sheet.
Quote from: shakey_snake on 29 March, 2011, 10:14:39 PMYou need to use the new Converter. You may need to re-run the installer if you didn't install the converter component before.Thanks, I figured out how to do it - this whole thing is extremely unintuitive - and I didn't need to install anything.
As posted above, the converter does not produce an external CUE file when converting to formats that support embedding it.
You are using “Merge all tracks into one file” instead of “Generate multi-track files”.
Strange it's called "files" when it generates one "file", just like the last merge option
Do you know how can I make image+cue from flacs with foobar 1.3.6?
Quote from: SF01 on 18 June, 2015, 05:09:46 PMDo you know how can I make image+cue from flacs with foobar 1.3.6?The answer is in this thread.Select the FLACs in the playlist, right-click, Convert ... choose FLAC as output format, output style needs to be "Generate multi-track files". The cue sheet will be embedded in the output FLAC. If you load the output FLAC in foobar2000, it should show you the individual tracks. You can right-click on any of them and go to Utilities > Edit cuesheet in order to see what foobar2000 generated.If you have an external .cue already, what you want is also easily and more robustly accomplished with CUETools.I don't understand why so many people want image+cue ... why not keep the tracks separate instead of abusing cue sheets as playlists?
The right-click menu shows convert that has submenu "Quick covert", "[default]" and "...",
Select the FLACs in the playlist, right-click, Convert ... choose FLAC as output format
I have flacs from bandcamp, I want image to mount it, open with eac and rip with everything eac gives.