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  • dcl2q
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cue files using FLAC
Hi, new to EAC and flac here. Followed some tutorials including ones here. I can get the audio tracks saved just fine, but the .cue file has all the track extensions as .wav, not .flac. Using Create Cue Sheet - Multiple Wave Files With Gaps... (Noncompliant), action, then Test and Copy Selected Tracks - Compressed.

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but the .cue file has all the track extensions as .wav, not .flac.
Action>Create CUE Sheet>Multiple WAV Files With Gaps... (Noncompliant)

http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=EAC_Lossless_Backup#Ripping_a_CD
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If you want the cue sheet to reference the newly created compressed files instead of wave files open it with a text editor. Perform a find/replace operation to replace .wav ...
or try CUETools (Action: Correct filenames > Change extension > flac)
korth