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How can I make a cuesheet from a textfile with timings? [split from: Edit Cue Sheet Option Gone.]

i have an m4a file and a textfile with timings and song titles list .can you point  me to a resource i can make a cuesheet to be picked up by foobar playlist?  thank you

Re: How can I make a cuesheet from a textfile with timings? [split from: Edit Cue Sheet Option Gone.

Reply #1
You could try http://cuegenerator.net/ (I'm not getting a valid certificate to use https)
Times must be in the format mm:ss:ff (minutes:seconds:frames, 1 frame = 1/75 second)

I did find an issue when Track 01 doesn't start at 00:00:00 (see image)

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korth

Re: How can I make a cuesheet from a textfile with timings? [split from: Edit Cue Sheet Option Gone.

Reply #2
This was made very recently by someone that posted it on another forum I'm on: CueSheetGenerator.
I haven't had time to test it yet though.

I am also a fan of http://cuegenerator.net



Re: How can I make a cuesheet from a textfile with timings? [split from: Edit Cue Sheet Option Gone.

Reply #5
Sorry, it's: https://github.com/ApplePie420/CueSheetGenerator
It seems to work OK. Tested the Windows .exe.
You manually enter CD Performer and
Path to audio file and Tracklist.txt (Path requires trailing '\')
Audio file name is used as CD Title.
Tracklist.txt format is
Code: [Select]
00:00:00 Artist - Title
Times are in hh:mm:ss (hours + minutes are converted to minutes; whole seconds only; frames are added as :00 in CUE)
korth

 
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