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Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2006-11-12 06:48:00
Converts between different audio CUE sheet styles. This includes the audio data which means it can split, join, add silence to fill gaps, or remove gaps where necessary. WAV, FLAC, and WavPack are supported for input and output. Output can be optionally offset to compensate for burner write offset. See the ReadMe.txt file included with the binary for help with the options.

(http://www.moitah.net/CUETools.png)

Change Log:
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1.9.1 (2007-Sep-19):
 * Added: Configurable WavPack compression mode and extra mode.
 * Added: Option to preprocess CUE sheets with filename corrector during normal
  and batch mode.
 * Settings and Filename Corrector windows are now centered inside main window
  when opened.
 * Updated FLAC library to 1.2.1 and cleaned up callback code.

1.9.0 (2007-Aug-04):
  * Added: Batch mode.
  * Added: Option to generate output path based on a custom format string.
  * Added: Tool to correct the filenames within CUE sheets based on the audio
    files present in the same folder.
  * Added: Option to preserve HTOA when outputting gaps appended CUE sheets.
  * Added: Advanced settings window.  Write offset has been moved here, and the
    FLAC settings can be changed here without having to manually edit the
    settings file.
  * Compiled with platform target = x86.  Allows FLAC and WavPack DLLs to be
    loaded in 64-bit Windows but requires the x86 version of the .NET
    Framework 2.0.

1.8.0 (2007-Jul-30):
  * Added: Option to offset the output audio.
  * Fixed: Error when stopping with FLAC/WavPack output.
  * Now accepts files that don't end on a CD frame boundary, shows warning.
  * Updated FLAC library to 1.2.0, uses set_compression_level, and changed
    padding to 8k.

1.7.1 (2007-Jul-19):
  * Updated FLAC library to 1.1.4.
  * Updated WavPack library to 4.41.

1.7.0 (2006-Nov-03):
  * Added: WavPack support, both read and write.

1.6.0 (2006-Nov-01):
  * Added: Option to output FLAC files.
  * Fixed: "Index length cannot be 0" error.
  * Fixed: Couldn't handle CUE sheets with data tracks.
  * It's now possible to stop/cancel when writing audio files.

1.5.1 (2006-Mar-01):
  * Fixed: FLAC files weren't being closed completely.
  * Fixed: Possible problem opening FLAC files with strange characters in the
    filename.
  * Optimized FLAC sample copy loop.

1.5.0 (2006-Feb-28):
  * Added: Support for reading audio from FLAC files.

1.4.3 (2006-Feb-27):
  * Fixed: Small range of extended ASCII characters were being changed for
    filename creation.

1.4.2 (2006-Feb-27):
  * Fixed: Extended ASCII characters weren't working properly.
  * Rejects CUE sheets with POSTGAP command.

1.4.1 (2006-Feb-26):
  * Added: Hidden option to write PREGAP instead of INDEX 00 for the first
    track of a single file CUE sheet (only when the "Create CUE sheet only"
    option is used).

1.4.0 (2006-Feb-26):
  * Added: Converts the WAV files as well by splitting, joining, adding silence
    to fill gaps, or removing gaps where necessary.
  * Added: Option to place the output file(s) in a new subdirectory.

1.3.0 (2006-Feb-25):
  * Added: Conversion to the other 3 CUE sheet styles.
  * Added: Generates audio filenames inside the CUE sheets from the TITLE and
    PERFORMER information based on user-specifiable patterns and settings.
  * ReplayGain information is now removed since it doesn't translate between
    all the CUE sheet styles.

1.2.0 (2006-Feb-22):
  * Fixes a bug with writing timestamps over an hour.
  * Option to generate output filename by appending something to the input
    filename.
  * Single WAV filename in the output CUE sheet can be customized.

1.1.0 (2006-Feb-21):
  * Uses the directory information inside the CUE if it can't find the audio
    file in the same directory as the CUE.
  * Able to read the length of FLAC files.

1.0.0 (2006-Feb-18):
  * First release.
Download:  Binary (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/CUETools.zip), Source (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/CUETools-Source.zip) (incl. FLACDotNet and WavPackDotNet)

IMPORTANT: .NET Framework 2.0 (x86) (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=0856EACB-4362-4B0D-8EDD-AAB15C5E04F5&displaylang=en) required.  If you get a "could not load file or assembly" error message for FLACDotNet or WavPackDotNet, make sure the Visual C++ 2005 SP1 runtime files (x86) (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=200B2FD9-AE1A-4A14-984D-389C36F85647&displaylang=en) are installed.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: bobbel on 2007-01-05 20:07:29
just what I was looking for

Thanks a lot!

bobbel
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: christopher on 2007-01-25 16:59:25
Ace stuff, thanks.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: eXecutioner on 2007-03-15 02:17:28
why is it that i get this error??

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Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-03-15 02:36:22
On a CD each track is required to be a multiple of 588 samples in length.  It would be nice if CUE Tools could pad with silence in this case, but thats not what it does right now .
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: eXecutioner on 2007-03-15 02:48:46
On a CD each track is required to be a multiple of 588 samples in length.  It would be nice if CUE Tools could pad with silence in this case, but thats not what it does right now .



hmmm...wat can you suggest me to do? (newbie here.. hehehe) 
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-03-15 03:16:47
You will have to add some silence yourself in a WAV editor (Audition, Audacity, etc).  For example, if your file is 8500230 samples long, you'd divide that number by 588 which gives you 14456.173.  Round that up to get 14457, multiply that by 588, and now you know the file needs to be 8500716 samples long.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: M on 2007-03-15 03:45:35
You could also attempt one of the following lines in shntool (http://www.etree.org/shnutils/shntool/)....

To PRE-pad a track with silence, do this (-b for "beginning"):
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shntool pad -b -o wav <infile>

To POST-pad a track with silence, do this (-e for "end"):
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shntool pad -e -o wav <infile>

    - M.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-19 21:39:51
Released CUE Tools 1.7.1 to update FLAC to 1.1.4, and WavPack to 4.41.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Fandango on 2007-07-19 22:00:51
An update!


Btw, are there "hidden settings" for WavPack, too, just like there are for FLAC?
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-19 22:16:45
Nope, it always uses the default WavPack encoder settings.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Societal Eclipse on 2007-07-22 17:47:23
(http://i107.photobucket.com/albums/m288/Dextromirth/CUETools.jpg)

What was the problem here?  I was trying to split a FLAC image to single-track WAVs.  I got that error no matter what combination of options I had checked (and I tried random stuff just to see).  I was able to circumvent the problem by using Foobar to convert the image back to a WAV with cue sheet then use your program to split that file to single tracks.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-22 19:17:30
First make sure FLACDotNet.dll is in the same folder as CUETools.exe.  I think it is though, otherwise the error message would be different.  The problem is probably that you don't have the latest Visual C++ runtimes installed, try installing them (http://blogs.msdn.com/nikolad/archive/2007/04/23/vs2005-sp1-version-of-visual-c-redistributable-package-is-available-for-download.aspx) and let me know if that fixes everything.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Societal Eclipse on 2007-07-22 23:29:11
The problem is probably that you don't have the latest Visual C++ runtimes installed, try installing them (http://blogs.msdn.com/nikolad/archive/2007/04/23/vs2005-sp1-version-of-visual-c-redistributable-package-is-available-for-download.aspx) and let me know if that fixes everything.

That was it.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-31 04:35:24
CUE Tools 1.8.0 is released.  It adds a feature I've wanted for a while: the option to offset the audio output.  The changes necessary for that also made it easy to work with files that don't end on CD frame boundaries, so you won't get an error for that anymore (it shows a warning when it's done though).  Also updated FLAC to 1.2.0.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2007-07-31 05:02:05
Very nice.

What would be cool is the ability to see if a track that doesn't end on a frame boundary has the potential of containing 4608 additional null samples and give you the option to remove them.  This is actually not that uncommon of a mistake that people make when ripping to lossless using EAC.

...maybe I'll install .NET on my computer for this one! 
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-31 05:17:01
What would be cool is the ability to see if a track that doesn't end on a frame boundary has the potential of containing 4608 additional null samples and give you the option to remove them.  This is actually not that uncommon of a mistake that people make when ripping to lossless using EAC.

That should be pretty easy, I might do that soon.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-07-31 05:36:15
Here's a quick build I did with that feature.  It checks if the length of the audio file % (mod) 588 is 492 (because 4608 % 588 = 492).  If so, it ignores the last 4608 samples of that file.  It does not check to make sure those samples are actually silent.  It shows a warning at the end to let you know it ignored some samples.

http://www.moitah.net/misc/CUETools-1_8_0-Rem4608.zip (http://www.moitah.net/misc/CUETools-1_8_0-Rem4608.zip)

I will think about putting it in a proper build (1.8.1 probably) but I think I'd want it to check the samples to make sure they're silent and of course have an option to disable it altogether.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Fandango on 2007-08-01 15:21:20
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Added: Option to offset the output audio.

Hey, these latest feature additions are quite handy!
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-08-05 05:01:28
1.9.0 released, lots of new stuff, see the change log.  The readme file explains the variables you can use in the output path format string.

The code to remove 4608 extra samples didn't make it to this release, and the preserve HTOA setting writes the file even if it's all silence.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Fandango on 2007-08-05 16:15:43
...even more good features! Is it planned to add advanced encoder settings for all three codecs?

Then I just wanted to tell you that the offset correction in combination with the batch mode really works well for correcting old rips where I didn't set this correction value. Validating with ARCue.pl shows those CDs which are present in the database to be correct now.

EDIT: For those who are wondering how to do it correctly - in case you have left the offset correction value set to "0" and want to correct the rip now, you just have to use the offset correction value for the drive you've used and add it in the advanced settings window of CUETools. In case you've dumped the old drive you can look the correction value up in this list: http://www.accuraterip.com/driveoffsets.htm (http://www.accuraterip.com/driveoffsets.htm)

The dropbox that corrects the file paths is also very handy. It might have been smarter to also combine it with the batch mode, maybe enabling it via a tickbox in the advanced settings or the folder selection dialog (if that is possible), but maybe that's already planned for one of the next releases?

Anyway using Window's search and then dragging all the cue sheets from the search result onto the dropbox also works, well!

Good work!
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-08-05 17:50:04
@Fandango: Glad everything is working well for you !

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Is it planned to add advanced encoder settings for all three codecs?

It would be nice if the WavPack compression level was configurable.  I don't use WavPack so I was lazy with that .  I'll look into it.

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It might have been smarter to also combine it with the batch mode, maybe enabling it via a tickbox in the advanced settings or the folder selection dialog (if that is possible)

Yeah I should have an option to preprocess CUE sheets with the filename corrector before conversion, batch mode or not.  We'll see...

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Anyway using Window's search and then dragging all the cue sheets from the search result onto the dropbox also works, well!

Oh yeah, I meant to add a note that you could drop the search results for *.cue to correct a bunch at once, I'll add that next version.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Bill O on 2007-09-12 00:05:23
Any chance you can add the following features?  I need this for a project I'm doing for my sister...

1.  .APE input support

2.  Ability to automatically delete the original input file during batch operation - i.e. I will run out of disk space if I let this run through the whole collection making the data twice as large.

Any workarounds to make the above work now?

Bill
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: saltaslt on 2007-09-12 17:32:15
Hello there. Why I am getting "External component has thrown an exception" error every time i hit convert button ???

EDIT: OK I tried some earlier versions and seems like 1.7.1 is latest one which is working. 1.8.0 and 1.9.0 throws that error. I have win xp sp2 fully updated and NET 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0 installed and updated.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-19 00:07:25
Hello there. Why I am getting "External component has thrown an exception" error every time i hit convert button ???

EDIT: OK I tried some earlier versions and seems like 1.7.1 is latest one which is working. 1.8.0 and 1.9.0 throws that error. I have win xp sp2 fully updated and NET 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0 installed and updated.

I'm not sure, thats pretty strange.  What format are the input audio files (WAV, FLAC, WavPack), and what format have you set for the output audio files?  Also if you have some files in another format on your drive, maybe you could test them out as well (e.g. if you get an error for FLAC input files, see if it happens with WavPack files as well), and see if changing the output format has any effect.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: saltaslt on 2007-09-19 09:40:39
I tested various formats with 1.9.0 and theres results: (input-output)
flac-(whatever, even if only create .cue)=error
wav-wav=ok
wav-flac=error
wav-wv-ok
wv-wav=ok
wv-flac=error
wv-wv=ok

Seems like problem is flac related somewhere 
and 1.7.1 is working fine.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-19 19:52:00
I don't know what could be going wrong because there were no changes to the FLAC reading code between 1.7.1 and 1.8.0, and I can't imagine any problems with the changes to the writing code.  I did upgrade the FLAC library from 1.1.4 to 1.2.0 but that shouldn't matter because there were only minor changes to the libFLAC interface that didn't affect me.  I will try to release a new version of CUE Tools soon with the new FLAC 1.2.1 library, maybe that will help.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-19 22:19:44
1.9.1 released.  Adds settings for WavPack compression/extra modes, updates libFLAC to 1.2.1, and adds option to automatically preprocess CUEs with the filename corrector.

@saltaslt:  Please let me know if the FLAC stuff works in this version.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: saltaslt on 2007-09-19 23:51:03
Still same as 1.9.0  cant output anything from flac and output flac from other formats...and no one else seems to have this problem, or just too lazy to report  Maybe its has something to do with changed padding to 8k. from 1.8.0 change log, but I am just guessing...
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Fandango on 2007-09-21 18:42:01
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Added: Configurable WavPack compression mode and extra mode.

Ah, this is great! It saves me from manually encoding the WAV in a command shell. 

CUETools gets better and better with each release, great work Moitah!

EDIT: Oh, one request tho (it never ends!  ). Could you implement the option that saves the original WAV's md5 to the WV ("-m") in CUETools and your WavPackDotNet.dll?
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-21 19:03:45
Any chance you can add the following features?  I need this for a project I'm doing for my sister...
Possibly but don't hold your breath .  I have considered APE decoding and I don't think it would be too difficult.  Not sure that I would want to add encoding support though.

Ah, this is great! It saves me from manually encoding the WAV in a command shell. 

CUETools gets better and better with each release, great work Moitah!


EDIT: Oh, one request tho (it never ends!  ). Could you implement the option that saves the original WAV's md5 to the WV ("-m") in CUETools and your WavPackDotNet.dll?
I left that out because IIRC it's not just a simple option passed to the WavPack encoder, it's actually up to the encoding program to calculate the MD5 itself.  I'll take a look again and see how much work it would require.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Grey on 2007-09-22 02:06:56
CUE Tools won't convert my single-file cue to a multiple-files cue. I checked the box, "Create cue sheet only (no audio files)", but I get an error message that says it can't locate a wav file. Why is it needed?
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-22 02:25:24
@Grey:  It would be possible to do cuesheet-only conversion from single to multiple file cue without the audio file.  However it is easier and cleaner in the code to require the audio file.  I will consider it for a future release.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Grey on 2007-09-22 02:43:04
@Grey:  It would be possible to do cuesheet-only conversion from single to multiple file cue without the audio file.  However it is easier and cleaner in the code to require the audio file.  I will consider it for a future release.


Thanks. I realize that in most cases the wav files would be readily available, but I made a mistake. I split a wav file with EAC, deleted the single wav, then accidentally deleted the wrong cue. I ended up rejoining the files with Foobar for the purpose of using your app.

In the end, it wasn't that much of a hassle. I guess I was just wondering if the properties of the wav file had some affect on the generated cue. I assume by your answer that it does not.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2007-09-22 02:49:06
I wrote a batch script a while back that can do what you want...

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=436231 (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?s=&showtopic=46355&view=findpost&p=436231)
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Grey on 2007-09-22 03:58:01
I wrote a batch script a while back that can do what you want...

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=436231 (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?s=&showtopic=46355&view=findpost&p=436231)


Works great.

Thank you.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-24 05:25:55
I was able to track down the FLAC crashing issue, thanks to saltaslt for helping me test.  It only happens on CPUs that don't support SSE and was caused by some sort of conflict between a function that FLAC uses in its SSE detection routine and something else (not sure, .NET runtime maybe).  The fixed FLACDotNet can be downloaded here (http://www.moitah.net/misc/FLACDotNet-1_5_1.zip) (if your CPU supports SSE you don't need this, it wouldn't hurt anything though).
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: saltaslt on 2007-09-24 13:30:27
Thanks for fixing it Moitah. Now it works flawlessly again on those outdated CPU's
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: martin2048 on 2007-09-25 06:55:10
What is wavpack 'extra mode' here?
asymmetrical computation for faster decode?

I hope Cuetools will be more stable
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2007-09-25 07:25:25
It's the same as WavPack's -x switch, which spends more time encoding to achieve better compression without affecting decode speed.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: hanswurst on 2007-09-30 07:17:56
Still same as 1.9.0  cant output anything from flac and output flac from other formats...and no one else seems to have this problem, or just too lazy to report  Maybe its has something to do with changed padding to 8k. from 1.8.0 change log, but I am just guessing...



I have the same problem ... and was too lazy to report 
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: NachoMan77 on 2007-10-14 16:14:35
Great program, moitah, congratulations !

Could you please add APE input support ?

thanks,

N.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: thinkum dinkum on 2008-01-12 18:08:36
File corrector works perfectly, thank you very much for the great program Moitah!
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: m_l on 2008-01-20 00:02:20
Moitah

Thank You for a great program
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Bill O on 2008-01-20 02:40:16
This is a GREAT tool.  I sent the author money:  everyone else should too.

Bill
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: madmaxhu on 2008-03-15 11:56:42
Hi!
I split a wav image to FLAC tracks according to the cue sheet. It works great. The only thing what I need or missed the tag of the flac files. Is it possible to put the cue sheet data to the FLAC tag? I can manage it with other tagging tools, but it would be very nice if the CueTools can do this.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: batagy on 2008-03-25 19:03:03
Hi Moitah!

Is your "Wav Tools (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=33525)" now included in "Cue Tools"? I mean I can't find Wav Tools at your homepage anymore. I didn't follow here in recent times, so I don't know, but I guess that functionaliy of Wav Tools is in Cue Tools now. Am I right?

Great tool indeed!
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Moitah on 2008-03-25 22:08:04
@madmaxhu:  CUE Tools isn't able to read or write any tags.  It's a good idea, though.

@batagy:  Yeah, since I added support for write offset to CUE Tools I don't really have a use for WAV Tools anymore.  WAV Tools is still available for download here (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/) even though I removed it from the main page.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: torben on 2008-04-09 07:10:41
I need to just edit drive offsets. I don't have cue sheets and all the songs in my CDs have been ripped to separate files. Is there some way I could accomplish this with CUE Tools?
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Synthetic Soul on 2008-04-09 08:16:37
I need to just edit drive offsets. I don't have cue sheets and all the songs in my CDs have been ripped to separate files. Is there some way I could accomplish this with CUE Tools?
IIRC that is what WAVTools (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/), mentioned above, is specifically for.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: torben on 2008-04-10 07:56:13
I need to just edit drive offsets. I don't have cue sheets and all the songs in my CDs have been ripped to separate files. Is there some way I could accomplish this with CUE Tools?
IIRC that is what WAVTools (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/), mentioned above, is specifically for.


Not exactly, because it makes a WAV image out of several files. I want to just edit offset of each file individually.

If there was a tool that could do this and works in command line that would be perfect.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2008-04-10 08:07:22
I think CUE tools will do what you want.  I still don't have .NET installed or I would give it a try.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: torben on 2008-04-10 08:09:14
I think CUE tools will do what you want.  I still don't have .NET installed or I would give it a try.


How do I generate the CUE files it needs for working? All my songs have been ripped to separate FLAC files.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2008-04-10 08:22:11
I wrote a very simple batch script that could do that once.  I don't think it was ever developed beyond using wave files.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: torben on 2008-04-10 08:32:21
I wrote a very simple batch script that could do that once.  I don't think it was ever developed beyond using wave files.


I found a package called lameb which contains fix_wav_offset.bat.

However it starts to get a bit complicated with this setup:

- First I would have to convert FLACs to WAVs
- Then fix wav offsets
- Then convert them back to FLACs
- Finally, run ARFlac.pl

Maybe I'd try write a batch that could do all that.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Synthetic Soul on 2008-04-10 08:59:44
IIRC that is what WAVTools (http://www.moitah.net/download/latest/), mentioned above, is specifically for.
Not exactly, because it makes a WAV image out of several files. I want to just edit offset of each file individually.

If there was a tool that could do this and works in command line that would be perfect.
No, you're talking about CUEToolsWAVTools is specifically for changing the offset of a WAVE.  Did you try the application before dismissing it?

As per the batch file you found, it will only work with WAVEs I think.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: torben on 2008-04-10 09:07:55
WAVTools is specifically for changing the offset of a WAVE.  Did you try the application before dismissing it?


Sure, I did download and try it.

It could actually do the trick if one individually changed the offset for each of the files. I selected all files and initially thought it could change all of them at once.

I don't want to clutter this thread too much so I'll open a new one.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2008-04-10 17:40:56
@Synthetic Soul, I'm not sure if you've seen this...
@batagy:  Yeah, since I added support for write offset to CUE Tools I don't really have a use for WAV Tools anymore.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Synthetic Soul on 2008-04-10 19:16:27
Yeah, I just though that (a) WAVTools had all the functionality that was required, without bloat, and (b) I was under the understanding that you needed a cue sheet as a start point for CUETools.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: greynol on 2008-04-10 19:27:57
I think the guy wants to end with one file per track and wants the offset in order to use ARFlac.  Maybe he would be better off using WAVTools and using ARCue.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Synthetic Soul on 2008-04-10 22:33:10
I know nothing of ARFlac or ARCue.  I see your point: I had missed the fact (stated in his original post) that he had separate tracks.

Apologies.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: NachoMan77 on 2008-07-10 02:53:19
Hi Moitah,

dunno if you're still interested in extending CUETools capabilities, but if you are, please add APE decoding support in your next release.

Thanks in advance,

N.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Fandango on 2008-07-13 16:16:13
Moitah, I have a hunch that the Wavpack decompression in CUETools is unoptimized and thus very slow for certain WV settings (very high, extra 6). But interestingly CUETools utilizes near to no CPU time... when splitting a single highly-copressed WV to mutliple tracks...
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Gregory S. Chudov on 2008-10-02 12:10:14
Greetings.

I have updated CUETools recently. Tried to contact Moitah, but failed, so i guess i will just post it here.

Please welcome, CUETools v1.9.2 (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?s=&showtopic=66233&view=findpost&p=591203).

Recent features:
1) .ape input support
2) .flac embedded cue sheets support (both input and output)
3) AccurateRip database support with automatic offset correction (with permission from Mr Spoon)
4) Minor bug fixes and interface improvements

Have fun.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: odyssey on 2008-10-02 12:33:52
3) AccurateRip database support with automatic offset correction (with permission from Mr Spoon)

         
I'm I dreaming? Please wake me up ... If this is so true, I can't wait to get home!! I'm eager to correct my many offsettet rips.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Gregory S. Chudov on 2008-10-08 00:21:46
Please, update to the newest version (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=66233&st=0&p=591203&#entry591203), some bugs were fixed.
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: birdie on 2008-11-22 11:41:07
Can you please add a possibility of joining audio files without reencoding (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=67456)?
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: rjalex on 2010-12-07 13:10:38
Sorry to ask something stupid but despite Googling cannot find an answer.
Is there a Guide to this tool ?
I have ripped several CDs with EAC but mistakenly to a single FLAC file + CUE, as it takes more than hour for CD I'd love to use the CUE to help generate one FLAC per track possibly without re-encoding. Managed to do it with foobar but understand it's possible with CUETools too. Using Win XP and Win7. Any help please ?
Thank you in advance
Bob
Title: CUE Tools
Post by: Porcus on 2010-12-07 13:13:00
You got into an old thread. A new one: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=66233 (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=66233)
Knowledgebase: http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=CueTools (http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=CueTools)
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