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Is foobar converting with command line possible ?

I wonder if it is possible to achieve some effect in foobar with command line.

I have folder with two files: MUSIC.FLAC and MUSIC.CUE.
Music .flac is one large file containing songs in flac format. After manually dragging the CUE file to Foob, they are all visible.
I want to convert one large MUSIC.FLAC file to separate FLAC files, on a 1 file 1 song basis. Manually it is a simple matter (drag the CUE into the foobar, select all files and CONVERT/flac). I wonder if it is possible to do the same with commandline (as part of the batch script).


Re: Is foobar converting with command line possible ?

Reply #2
Yes, I found this wiki page. I can start foobar and load cue files.

foobar2000.exe /add music.cue

Now I try to find command to convert it.

Re: Is foobar converting with command line possible ?

Reply #3
CueTool doesn't support 24bit. My FLAC file is 24bit.

Re: Is foobar converting with command line possible ?

Reply #4
CueTools is meant for working with CD audio, which is 44100/16/stereo, and nothing else.

 
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