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How to make an audio CD with a cue file??


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I have a CDImage.ape file and a CDImage-wav.cue file. I want to make an audio cd. So first I decoded the .ape file to a .wav file (was that right?) but I cannot figure out how to use the .cue file. Otherwise it is just one long track for the whole album! Any tips?
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You need a burning program like Toast to handle .cue files

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You need a burning program like Toast to handle .cue files
Yes but how do you do it? I have tried and really can't figure it out. Do I just put the long audio file and the cue file onto the file list for the audio cd option? But then it says the .cue file is not an audio file!
If anyone knows how, or can link to instructions, I would really appreciate it. I have searched, but am really stuck about this.
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I think you can use SimplyBurns for this. Select 'Burn Image' and choose the .cue file as the image to burn and it will burn with all tracks intact.
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That should work, as cue files typically are "info sheets" about your "bin" file, or in this case, the *.ape file. So by selecting "Burn image" and choosing the cue sheet, it should load the image to be burned no problem.
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Great - I seem to be able to get that working now with liquidCD. Thanks a lot! Now, do you have any idea how I can decode th files if I DON'T want to make a CD? I.e. if I just want to use the tracks in a media player, but with all the tracks properly separated? That's one I still haven't figured out!
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