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CD Hardware/Software / Re: Cue sheet
Last post by Kakamit -
Hi,

I don't know, if anyone is interested in the following. I like using Notepad++ as text editor. That's an open source text editor, link:
http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm
I also use it to view cue sheets. Since Notepad++ supports creating user defined syntax highlighting styles, I created a simple style for Cue Sheet. So when I open a cue sheet in Notepad++, there is syntax highlighting, for example index points are green, etc.

If anyone is interested, I can post it here.
Please post it. I also use notepad++ for cue sheet editing and I need "syntax highlighting" template for it.
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: Why is EAC designed to create this endless source of confusion?
Last post by bansheexyz -
Many options affect the copying speed, take additional time and stress the drive.

So what? There are hundreds of cd ripping tools. This one is called "exact audio copy". So maybe I'm missing something, but how about just do what ensures an exact audio copy? Oh no it's slower. Better that than 500 threads about gaps.

And now I hear the same guy makes another program with the exact same acronym? Does that not seem like the most confusing possible name to choose? Oblivious.
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: Why is EAC designed to create this endless source of confusion?
Last post by j7n -
Man options affect the copying speed, take additional time and stress the drive. The program is scalable from fast to extremely secure, avoiding the need to keep an additional program that can make copies quickly. Testing and logs are mostly needed as proof for someone else. If I make copies for personal use or extract only a few tracks, I might have no need to litter logs in every directory or grow them with multiple ripping attempts. Gaps get 'appended' in most cases, yielding the exact same output audio as if the indices were not detected at all.
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