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Working with cue sheets
Ok trying to clean up the way albums/singles display in my config and one issue I'm having is the ones that use cue sheets to split the album/single. It shows the split tracks under one album/single and they play but next to it is the album/single as the full audio file that also plays.

Is there any filter method that I can set per directory or something that I can set in the component's config page?

I think I might need to reword this but hey someone might know what I mean
(attached the components installed)

Re: Working with cue sheets
Reply #1
Can this be done?

  • lvqcl
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Re: Working with cue sheets
Reply #2
There was foo_cuefilter plugin but it seems that it was abandoned and now available only on 3rd party sites or WebArchive -
http://web.archive.org/web/20160314070841/http://wintense.com/plugins/foo_cuefilter

Re: Working with cue sheets
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There was foo_cuefilter plugin but it seems that it was abandoned and now available only on 3rd party sites or WebArchive -
http://web.archive.org/web/20160314070841/http://wintense.com/plugins/foo_cuefilter

Thank you so much and it works to boot so thank you again!

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Re: Working with cue sheets
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Less-abandoned, and has the beneficial side effect of elegantly separating metadata from data, behold m-TAGS: https://superuser.com/questions/677207/foobar2000-library-flac-ape-vs-cue

Still, ignoring files referenced from a CUE as tracks seems like a simple missing feature from foobar2000.

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Re: Working with cue sheets
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What about Preferences ->Media Library -> File Types -> Exclude -> .cue;.log;.m3u;.jpg  (for example)

I guess you want it the other way around, but this works for me.
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