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Hi,

 

Trying to burn some FLAC files to disk from the cue and I get the following message...

 

Failed to send cue sheet!

 

I've got the latest version of ImgBurn.

 

Could someone please interpret the log file?

 

Thanks.

ImgBurn.log

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Hi and welcome to the forum, JolietJake! :)

 

Try to change this

 

Main Menu -> Tools -> Settings , and then in the tab 'Write' change the setting for 'Write Type' to 'TAO' and give it a new burn try. (Don't forget to change it back to default value after the burning try).

 

Not sure it will work. CUE files are not my cup of tea.

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Hmm this is interesting....

 

I 00:46:54 Source File: F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]\Aenima.CUE

I 00:46:54 Source File Sectors: 348,074 (AUDIO/2352)

I 00:46:54 Source File Size: 10,102,581,750,240 bytes

 

Please post the contents of your cue file.

 

btw, I'd leave the Write Type on DAO/SAO.

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Thank you for the replies people!

 

Here the content of the cue file... (this one was edited in Burrrn)

 

REM GENRE "Alternative Rock"

REM DATE 1996

REM DISCID EA12230F

REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v0.95b3"

PERFORMER "Tool"

TITLE "Aenima"

FILE "01 - Stinkfist.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 01 AUDIO

TITLE "Stinkfist"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "02 - Eulogy.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 02 AUDIO

TITLE "Eulogy"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 03 AUDIO

TITLE "H."

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 08:26:46

FILE "03 - H..FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "04 - Useful Idiot.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 04 AUDIO

TITLE "Useful Idiot"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "05 - Forty Six & 2.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 05 AUDIO

TITLE "Forty Six & 2"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 06 AUDIO

TITLE "Message To Harry Manback"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 06:03:64

FILE "06 - Message To Harry Manback.FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "07 - Hooker With A Penis.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 07 AUDIO

TITLE "Hooker With A Penis"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 08 AUDIO

TITLE "Intermission"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 04:33:21

FILE "08 - Intermission.FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "09 - Jimmy.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 09 AUDIO

TITLE "Jimmy"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 10 AUDIO

TITLE "Die Eier Von Satan"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 05:24:00

FILE "10 - Die Eier Von Satan.FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "11 - Pushit.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 11 AUDIO

TITLE "Pushit"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "12 - Cesaro Summability.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 12 AUDIO

TITLE "Cesaro Summability"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "13 - Aenima.FLAC" WAVE

TRACK 13 AUDIO

TITLE "Aenima"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 14 AUDIO

TITLE "(-) Ions"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 06:39:22

FILE "14 - (-) Ions.FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 15 AUDIO

TITLE "Third Eye"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 03:59:49

FILE "15 - Third Eye.FLAC" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

 

----------

 

 

This is the original (both cause the same pop up message)

 

REM GENRE "Alternative Rock"

REM DATE 1996

REM DISCID EA12230F

REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v0.95b3"

PERFORMER "Tool"

TITLE "Aenima"

FILE "01 - Stinkfist.wav" WAVE

TRACK 01 AUDIO

TITLE "Stinkfist"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "02 - Eulogy.wav" WAVE

TRACK 02 AUDIO

TITLE "Eulogy"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 03 AUDIO

TITLE "H."

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 08:26:46

FILE "03 - H..wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "04 - Useful Idiot.wav" WAVE

TRACK 04 AUDIO

TITLE "Useful Idiot"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "05 - Forty Six & 2.wav" WAVE

TRACK 05 AUDIO

TITLE "Forty Six & 2"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 06 AUDIO

TITLE "Message To Harry Manback"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 06:03:64

FILE "06 - Message To Harry Manback.wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "07 - Hooker With A Penis.wav" WAVE

TRACK 07 AUDIO

TITLE "Hooker With A Penis"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 08 AUDIO

TITLE "Intermission"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 04:33:21

FILE "08 - Intermission.wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "09 - Jimmy.wav" WAVE

TRACK 09 AUDIO

TITLE "Jimmy"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 10 AUDIO

TITLE "Die Eier Von Satan"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 05:24:00

FILE "10 - Die Eier Von Satan.wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "11 - Pushit.wav" WAVE

TRACK 11 AUDIO

TITLE "Pushit"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "12 - Cesaro Summability.wav" WAVE

TRACK 12 AUDIO

TITLE "Cesaro Summability"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

FILE "13 - Aenima.wav" WAVE

TRACK 13 AUDIO

TITLE "Aenima"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 14 AUDIO

TITLE "(-) Ions"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 06:39:22

FILE "14 - (-) Ions.wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 15 AUDIO

TITLE "Third Eye"

PERFORMER "Tool"

INDEX 00 03:59:49

FILE "15 - Third Eye.wav" WAVE

INDEX 01 00:00:00

 

-----

 

Thanks for looking into this. :thumbup:

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ok and can you please tell me the real size of the all the files that go to make up this disc?

 

running 'dir' from the command prompt (when in that folder) would be ideal!

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i remember a lot of people having some issues with that disc.. if i remember right doesnt it have a ton of blank space then some hidden tracks?? if so this may be a burner issue regarding reading the lead in/out on the original..but i could be wrong..

 

what burner do you have? edit nevermind i see it in your log..

Edited by thezman

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ok and can you please tell me the real size of the all the files that go to make up this disc?

 

running 'dir' from the command prompt (when in that folder) would be ideal!

 

 

I have no idea how to do that.

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open a command prompt box.. you can choose the run command from start, then type cmd and hit enter or okay...

 

now go to "my computer" and find the directory where they are on your hdd (the folder). for instance (this is a example they will not be located here on your computer) if they are on drive f: in the windows then setup folder you would type f: in the black command box and hit enter to switch to the f drive

 

then the next line will show the F: prompt.

 

now type cd\windows\setup (for this example)

 

then after you hit enter the next line should look like this:

 

f:\windows\setup> (again this is a example) now type "dir /p" and hit enter this will give you a list of each file in that folder and the size will be listed next to each files name on the opposite side..

 

if i can be of more help lmk.. its really pretty simple

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F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)

 

That's the 'long path' to the folder. I'm not sure how to put this in CMD. What's the 'cd' for in your example?

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Start -> Run

 

cmd

 

Click ok.

 

Then type:

 

F: (press return)

cd "\Tool - Aenima (1996)" (press return)

dir (press return)

 

copy + paste the text or get a screenshot of the window.

 

'cd' = change directory btw.

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Thanks.

 

F:\>cd "\Tool - Aenima (1996)"

 

F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)>dir

Volume in drive F is Downloads

Volume Serial Number is 5134-5FCF

 

Directory of F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)

 

05/10/2007 20:14 <DIR> .

05/10/2007 20:14 <DIR> ..

08/04/2008 17:13 <DIR> Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]

0 File(s) 0 bytes

3 Dir(s) 1,384,296,448 bytes free

 

F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)>

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ok so you need to then get into the 'Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]' folder so I can see the file details!

 

Start -> Run

 

cmd

 

Click ok.

 

Then type:

 

F: (press return)

cd "\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]"

dir (press return)

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Easy to see I don't know what I'm doing!

 

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]

© Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

 

C:\Documents and Settings\JJ>f:

 

F:\>cd "\Tool-Aenima(1996)\Tool-Aenima(1996) [FLAC]"dir

The system cannot find the path specified.

 

F:\>cd "\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]"

 

F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]>dir

Volume in drive F is Downloads

Volume Serial Number is 5134-5FCF

 

Directory of F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]

 

08/04/2008 17:13 <DIR> .

08/04/2008 17:13 <DIR> ..

05/10/2007 22:46 36,260,942 01 - Stinkfist.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 57,515,361 02 - Eulogy.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 38,124,779 03 - H..flac

05/10/2007 22:27 3,528,195 04 - Useful Idiot.flac

05/10/2007 22:42 41,049,553 05 - Forty Six & 2.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 6,658,516 06 - Message To Harry Manback.flac

05/10/2007 22:45 31,950,894 07 - Hooker With A Penis.flac

05/10/2007 22:41 2,729,386 08 - Intermission.flac

05/10/2007 22:45 36,982,729 09 - Jimmy.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 13,550,154 10 - Die Eier Von Satan.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 67,341,105 11 - Pushit.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 8,013,910 12 - Cesaro Summability.flac

05/10/2007 22:45 45,926,937 13 - Aenima.flac

05/10/2007 22:45 19,648,617 14 - (-) Ions.flac

05/10/2007 22:46 90,238,883 15 - Third Eye.flac

05/10/2007 21:20 2,110 Aenima.CUE

29/02/2008 10:19 <DIR> artwork

05/10/2007 21:20 <DIR> extras

05/10/2007 21:20 5,376 Thumbnail.JPG

17 File(s) 499,527,447 bytes

4 Dir(s) 1,384,296,448 bytes free

 

F:\Tool - Aenima (1996)\Tool - Aenima (1996) [FLAC]>^A

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Ok I see the problem now...

 

It's where EAC adds gaps to the end of the previous file, but after doing a dummy decode pass on the file to get an accurate duration, it's not actually producing enough data for the 'INDEX 0' points - i.e. they're beyond the end of the file.

 

I can work around it by ditching the trailing index 0 point if they're beyond the end of the file like that but obviously that's not ideal.

 

I'd love to know why the directshow filters aren't outputting enough data... or perhaps where I'm not quite getting how it should work!

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OK, thanks for that. I've been going down the route of FLAC Frontend - WAV then burning. It would obviously be slightly less hassle burning straight from the cue.

 

Cheers.

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You might be ok if you use this filter: http://www.dsp-worx.de/?n=15

 

Do you happen to know/remember which one you're currently using?

 

 

 

I've just done some testing with various filters, comparing their output to the original files.

 

I used the 14 tracks from the 'Semisonic - All About Chemistry' CD for testing.

 

Using the madFlac v1.7 filter, none of the tracks came out 100% (bit perfect) like the originals - I've let the author know. :(

 

The illiminable v0.71.0946 filters had pretty much the same problem. Only tracks 7 and 8 were identical to the originals. :(

 

The illiminable v0.73.1936 filters failed in the same way the v0.71.0946 did. Only tracks 7 and 8 were identical to the originals. :(

 

The DC-Bass Source v1.11 filters produced files that were all 100% like the originals. :)

 

I also tested Flac.exe v1.2.1 (just for reference), all the files it produced were 100% like the originals. :)

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"Encoded by FLAC v1.1.4a with FLAC Frontend v1.7.1" That's the tag in FLACfrontend but I don't know if that's any use to you.

 

 

Looking in AVICodec under the 'codecs and filters' tab and clicking the 'Directshow' radio button, there's a massive list but the FLAC decode/encode are both

illiminable.

 

K-Lite codec pack\filters\illiminable\dsfFLACDecoder.dll version 1.0.0.1

Edited by JolietJake

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That's tricky with flac files actually, I was hoping you'd just know!

 

If you didn't install one especially, it must be part of some bigger filters collection.

 

If you open the file in graphedit and right click on the source box to bring up properties, you might get a clue that way.

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I installed that filter from DSP and burnt the Tool disk from the cue file. It worked fine and played ok too.

On playing the disk in winamp it didn't have the track titles and had to look up gracenote.

 

I had also disabled the illiminable entries in aviCodec.

 

 

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"If you open the file in graphedit and right click on the source box to bring up properties, you might get a clue that way."

 

I get this message...

 

The requested property page could not be displayed.

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Does winamp read cd-text?

 

That's the only place it could get the names from on a cd.

 

Shame about the graphedit thing, I was hoping the filter would have a properties page showing a nice 'about' type bit of info. The one I played around with earlier seemed to have one, I think that was madFlac though.

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Does winamp read cd-text?

 

That's the only place it could get the names from on a cd.

 

Shame about the graphedit thing, I was hoping the filter would have a properties page showing a nice 'about' type bit of info. The one I played around with earlier seemed to have one, I think that was madFlac though.

 

 

Yeah, Winamp reads CD text. It's not a major deal breaker for me as my hifi and car stereo both don't!

 

Converting it in FLAC frontend keeps the cd text in there, somehow!

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The CD-TEXT comes from the CUE file itself, not the audio files. It's therefore a little odd that you're not getting it.

 

Can you provide a log of the burn?

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Yeah, no probs...

 

; //****************************************\\

; ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 - Log

; Thursday, 10 April 2008, 01:02:34

; \\****************************************//

;

;

I 01:02:25 ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 started!

I 01:02:25 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

I 01:02:25 Total Physical Memory: 2,096,304 KB - Available: 1,451,104 KB

I 01:02:25 Initialising SPTI...

I 01:02:25 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 01:02:25 Found 1 DVD

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I 00:12:38 Writing LeadIn... (CD-TEXT)

 

That's all I wanted to see :)

 

If you then load the disc back up in Read mode and hit the 'Media Information' button, does it not show the CD-TEXT info?

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