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Hi there! Nice to see you here LIGHTING UK!... and in Doom9 :thumbup:

I have a problem trying to load a Cue Sheet (cue+wav) from one of my CDs. It seems to be that the cue files made by EAC are not 100% compatible with ImgBurn. The cue+wav files works very good with EAC and Nero but when I try to load the cue to ImgBurn, nothing happen.

 

Here is my cue file:

 

REM DISCID 5C0D0208

REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v0.99pb4"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

TITLE "Beethoven"

FILE "Mosaiques - Beethoven.wav" WAVE

TRACK 01 AUDIO

TITLE "Track01"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 02 AUDIO

TITLE "Track02"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 10:03:30

TRACK 03 AUDIO

TITLE "Track03"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 20:10:33

TRACK 04 AUDIO

TITLE "Track04"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 23:40:23

TRACK 05 AUDIO

TITLE "Track05"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 30:43:73

TRACK 06 AUDIO

TITLE "Track06"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 39:48:57

TRACK 07 AUDIO

TITLE "Track07"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 46:56:66

TRACK 08 AUDIO

TITLE "Track08"

PERFORMER "Mosaiques"

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 50:53:60

 

 

Some ideas?

Thanks in advance!

 

EDIT: I've last version installed: 2.4.1.0

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Hi.

Here I've the cue from the same disc created by ImgBurn:

 

CDTEXTFILE "Mosaiques - Beethoven.cdt"

TITLE "Mosaiques-Beethoven op18 no 1&4"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

FILE "Mosaiques - Beethoven.wav" WAVE

TRACK 01 AUDIO

TITLE "Beethoven op. 18 n.1 allegro con brio"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400561

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 02 AUDIO

TITLE "adagio affetuoso ed appassionato"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400562

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 10:03:30

TRACK 03 AUDIO

TITLE "Allegro molto"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400563

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 20:10:33

TRACK 04 AUDIO

TITLE "Allegro"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400564

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 23:40:23

TRACK 05 AUDIO

TITLE "op. 18 n.4 Allegro ma non tanto"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400571

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 30:43:73

TRACK 06 AUDIO

TITLE "andante scherzoso quasi Allegretto"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400572

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 39:48:57

TRACK 07 AUDIO

TITLE "Menuetto: Allegretto"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400573

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 46:56:66

TRACK 08 AUDIO

TITLE "Allegretto"

PERFORMER "Quatuor Mosaiques"

COMPOSER "L. v. Beethoven"

ISRC FRZ130400574

FLAGS DCP

INDEX 01 50:53:60

 

 

Even if I try to load this cue+wav made it by ImgBurn itself, nothing happen.

It seems to be that ImgBurn does not see the wav file at all. No tracks, no log, nothing.

Please help!

 

EDIT: Talking about compatibility, the 4th line: "COMPOSER" (and the rest of COMPOSER lines in the tracks) produces an error in EAC and Nero as well.

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Is it just this one disc? The cue is fine because I just made a dummy wav and it loaded it up fine.

 

I can only assume this is something to do with pathnames. Are all the files in the same folder?

 

Obviously I need to add an error message into whatever's failing about it, but I can't tell what that is until we dig into this a little deeper.

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Here is another CD. Same result. No action in ImgBurn and no log.

As you see in the attachment, both files in the same folder.

Here is the cue:

 

FILE "Bloch.wav" WAVE

TRACK 01 AUDIO

INDEX 01 00:00:00

TRACK 02 AUDIO

INDEX 01 03:07:17

TRACK 03 AUDIO

INDEX 01 06:18:17

TRACK 04 AUDIO

INDEX 00 10:31:34

INDEX 01 10:46:05

TRACK 05 AUDIO

INDEX 00 13:46:51

INDEX 01 13:47:30

TRACK 06 AUDIO

INDEX 00 16:31:67

INDEX 01 16:35:42

 

EDIT: After I load the cue file in Write mode nothing happen. I see only this in the Source Box:

 

SONY DVD+RW DW-P50A 1.8f (ATA)

Current Profile: CD-R

 

Disc Information:

Status: Empty

Erasable: No

Free Sectors: 359.847

Free Space: 736.966.656 bytes

Free Time: 79:59:72 (MM:SS:FF)

Supported Write Speeds: 4x; 8x; 12x; 16x

 

ATIP Information:

Start Time of LeadIn (MID): 97m24s16f

Last Possible Start Time of LeadOut: 79m59s74f

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ok, I've put some more error messages in weird places that could make it fail (silently), can I send you a test version to your forum email address?

 

btw, by the sounds of it, no CUE file will load for you - correct?

 

But you can load other image files just fine?

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can I send you a test version to your forum email address?

Sure, anytime.

 

btw, by the sounds of it, no CUE file will load for you - correct?

 

But you can load other image files just fine?

Right. I've just created an nrg image with Nero and I loaded it into ImgBurn without problems.

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I've edited the cue file (first post) in order to see if at least ImgBurn can see the ape file.

I've converted the wav file into an ape and saved it into the same folder. Then I've edited the file line into this:

FILE "Mosaiques - Beethoven.ape" WAVE

Now I get this error message.

EDIT: DC-Bass DirectShow filter already installed, even before ImgBurn. :/

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It should be:

FILE "Mosaiques - Beethoven.ape" APE

Uh...??? :unsure:

First of all, if I try that I get exactly the same error.

Second: I don't think it should be an "APE" at the end of the line. It has to be a WAVE file, otherwise is not gonna be an Audio CD.

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