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daddyray
2013-12-30, 04:24 PM
what is the deal with these..I have ignored them for years. can I burn those to make CDs..I mean drag that into a pane in Toast or Burn or ?? and then hit burn and ned up with a cue with proper gaps etc??


what the hell is that .cue thing anyway??

thanks I am such a Noob. :wave:

direwolf-pgh
2013-12-30, 04:30 PM
http://www.mactip.net/mount-bin-cue-disk-image-mac-daemon/

:wave:

daddyray
2013-12-30, 04:33 PM
um, wha?

so .cue is a form of disk image? why are folks bothering to have that as part of a torrent......
should I drop this line of inquiry. and I too limited in my tech knowledge. does this dress make me look fat?

lintoni
2013-12-30, 05:09 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cue_sheet_%28computing%29

You ARE fat. ;)

daddyray
2013-12-30, 05:21 PM
thanks..I will go on a diet asap....and wear mom jeans til I am more svelte

I appreciate your candor :)

paddington
2013-12-30, 06:28 PM
The cue sheet just tells the authoring software how to burn the disc. You still need the .wav files during the process.

It's a way of making sure the duplicate disc matches the original in all aspects.

You can use imgburn and EAC to burn with these, if I remember correctly.

daddyray
2013-12-30, 06:42 PM
imgburn....

I was just curious..I fi burn stuff I still do it through an older version of iTunes...but I burn only a few CDs a year now.

spidergawd
2014-01-01, 01:15 PM
Some burning software require .cue sheets, such as command line progs like cdrdao, but it's quite easy to generate a basic .cue sheet with a shell script. Otherwise, if you don't need it, don't fret it, it's just a small text file.

"No Peg, it's the layer upon layer of ugly fat that makes you look fat" -- Al Bundy