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Thread: CUE Sheet support

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    CUE Sheet support

    I would really like support for cue sheets, as i have a lot of 'live recordings / livesets', therefore i rip them as a complete album + cue sheet, to avoid any gap between the tracks.
    Seems to me, it shouldn't be too hard to get this working?
    Add a 'start time' field to the library, and controls tell 'play x.mp3 at 08.43' for example.
    When importing music, search for a cue file -> if found, ignore all files in that directory and read from the cue.

    Crossfading doesn't do the trick for me...

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    am i the only using cue sheets??

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    yes

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    those are the answers i'm waiting for.. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DbXL
    am i the only using cue sheets??
    Aren't those for burning cds/dvds?

    Does that answer your question?
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    also used for that purpose as well.

    But it's really easy for audio. Here's an exmaple of a cue sheet:

    PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
    TITLE "Dark Side Of The Moon"
    FILE "Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon.mp3" MP3
    TRACK 01 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
    TITLE "(A) Speak To Me (B) Breathe In The Air"
    INDEX 01 00:00:33
    TRACK 02 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
    TITLE "On The Run"
    INDEX 01 03:58:18

    So you only have 1 mp3 + this *.cue file. No more anoying gaps between songs. And it saves you a lot of id3 tag info input.

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    Never heard of such but i definately see the 'cool' factor if you are into albums where the gap is annoying.

    As for the id3 tag point.. thats more of a con than a pro. I have various artists on various tracks on the same album..
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    they thought of that as well, check this:

    PERFORMER "Total Science"
    TITLE "JAH SESSIONS (Mix-CD)"
    FILE "Total Science - JAH SESSIONS (Mix-CD).mp3" MP3
    TRACK 01 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Beta 2"
    TITLE "ETA"
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    TRACK 02 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Subversive Element"
    TITLE "Survivor"
    INDEX 01 06:06:71

    btw. foobar2000 does recognise cue sheets by default, winamp has a plugin

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    Yep, the PhatNoise PhatBox supports them too. I would never use them personally, but it should be easy enough for David to add and I know others do make use of it. Do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DbXL
    they thought of that as well, check this:

    PERFORMER "Total Science"
    TITLE "JAH SESSIONS (Mix-CD)"
    FILE "Total Science - JAH SESSIONS (Mix-CD).mp3" MP3
    TRACK 01 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Beta 2"
    TITLE "ETA"
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    TRACK 02 AUDIO
    PERFORMER "Subversive Element"
    TITLE "Survivor"
    INDEX 01 06:06:71

    btw. foobar2000 does recognise cue sheets by default, winamp has a plugin
    What'll they think of next ... pretty cool.
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