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Old 2007-11-24, 03:10 AM
brimstone brimstone is offline
 
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Re: Understanding Cue Sheets

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Originally Posted by Five
somebody posted a ways back that there are at least three types of formatting styles for cue sheets. not certain if that's true, but it seems to jive with what's posted here.

when do you use cue sheets?
Cue sheets are used to recreate the CD layout when making a copy of a previously ripped CD. The main difference is that CD players will play the pregaps as a negative countdown and not as a piece of a regular track, and it will be closer to a 1:1 copy. Almost all cue sheets are written by EAC and you can write a few differrent kinds depending on how the pregaps are combined with the ripped files.
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