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Old 2011-08-06, 08:03 PM
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Re: BootTunes: Useful program for iTunes users

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Originally Posted by P A U L View Post
When someone loads a full show, or show in one long file. Most converters seem to recognize them & when converting, they split the track into individual song tracks...
Handling cue files may be out of the scope of BootTunes. It's intended to do one thing, and that is to import shows from sites like this into iTunes in an orderly and lossless fashion. Is there some trading community that uses cue files commonly?

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Originally Posted by P A U L View Post
Yes, that is correct. That is then the problem with adding a long single file w/ cue ?
Since BootTunes doesn't know anything about cue files, it would just import it as a single file.

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The only text files that are in the folder are checksum files. Could that be it?
Does the error occur when you try to add the show to the queue, or when you try to start the conversion process? If the latter, does the show appear in the queue highlighted red with a message such as "missing venue"? If so, you would need to double click it and either fill in the missing information, or fill in "title override" with your own custom album title.

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Originally Posted by P A U L View Post
Codec means keep (using) the existing file & making it read as a compatable format, instead of converting the file into a new file & using that...
I'm guessing you're referring to Fluke, which let's you play FLAC in iTunes. That's certainly more convenient, but you can't transfer the files to a device or have album artwork.
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