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Burning a CD with FLAC (file per song)
anleva
post Jul 8 2004, 16:16
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I am ripping my CD's using EAC and encoding to FLAC. I am ripping a file per song/track. I also create a cue sheet for the CD at extraction (using gaps appended to previous track). So I end up with a flac file for each individual song as well as a cue sheet for the CD. This is working well.

My confusion is the best way to now burn a CD that would be an exact copy of the original. How would this best be done in EAC? I assume that I would convert each flac file back to a wav file (I would use Foobar). Now that I have each track as a wav file what do I do next and how do I utilize the cue file? Please walk me through the process using EAC.

In addition, is there a better way to do this using a different burn program? Again I am looking to make an exact copy and have a cue sheet that was generated in EAC using gaps appended

Am I missing something or doing something wrong? I considered ripping as as single file, but prefer file per song track and want to figure out how to best make that work.

Thanks in advance!
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Atreus
post Jul 8 2004, 16:30
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I highly recommend using Burrn (burrrn.net), a simple little program that allows you to make exact copies of a CD from CUE sheets. I use the EAC non-compliant CUE sheets and it works very well.

It supports almost any file type and does all of the conversion back to WAV automatically. very, very easy...

Do a search here for "burrrn" for more info...

-Aaron

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anleva
post Jul 8 2004, 19:02
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Thanks Aaron,

I will look into it. Does it matter if it is file per track or single file (image)? Have you used Burrrn with file per track and a cue file?

- Andy
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post Jul 9 2004, 18:33
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QUOTE (anleva @ Jul 8 2004, 10:02 AM)
Thanks Aaron,

I will look into it.  Does it matter if it is file per track or single file (image)?  Have you used Burrrn with file per track and a cue file?

- Andy
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I have used Burrrn with both file per track and cue AND single image file with cue. Both work great.
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