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Cue List - Import Failure with Hi-Res Files


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Hi,

I have been using this amazing program for years without any major issues. However I have now a folder of 24/96 Hi-Res files that bring up an error when attempting to load them into a new Cue List. "ConnectFilers Failed! No combination of intermediate filters found."

I had no idea how to access the log file while this was happening. After closing the error windows I went to settings and opened the Log Files folder but it was empty.

I hope you can help.

Regards,

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Chance are (as per the 'hint' in that messagebox), you don't have a DirectShow filter installed that can cope with converting your source (flac) files into CDDA.

If such a DirectShow filter is impossible to find, you could always go the route of using a sound editing program to convert/export them in the standard WAV 44kHz/16 bit /stereo format.

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Ok, I have converted the FLAC files to 16/44KHz CDDA format and now I have another problem putting them into a Cue List.

If I convert them to WAVs they work fine.

I have madFlac 1.1 installed and it registered ok.

I tried this with CD formatted FLACs from another folder and I get the same result.

Any ideas?

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