I used an old tutorial at what appears to now be a dead link to set up EAC to burn supposedly very accurate rips in FLAC format. The way I understand it is that it is adding gaps to the end of the files and the .cue sheets are also the "non-compliant" .cues that are formatted this way. To my understanding it might not actually matter if the .cue sheet organization corresponds to the gap organization because the burn just assembles one long stream of data, and the cue sheet indicates where 'tracks' are supposed to start and end. Either way, I swear at one time I could just slam that .cue sheet into ImgBurn and it would roll, no issues. Now that doesn't seem to be the case. I've tried burning 3 different CD's that I had ripped this way and none of them seem to work in standard CD players (I've used two separate CD players).
When burning the verification completes with no errors and the Music seems to all be there and playable, its just that track markings seem to be way wrong, so I'm thinking it's an issue with how ImgBurn interprets the .cue sheet. Attached are the .cue sheet and the EAC log from my original 'rip'. Does anyone know what I might be doing wrong?