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ToK 08-25-2006 12:31 PM

How to create a archiv from my audio-cd with .flac and .cue files like eac
 
Hi everyone,

I've spent much time to find a solution how I could continue to put all my audio-cds on my harddrive. I would like to use flac and have a file like a cue-sheet which discribes the contents of the disk (with pre-gap...).
I found the windows tool Exact Audio Copy very handy but since I don't want to use Windows and I'm to stupid to get EAC to work under wine, I'm looking for another tool. Grip and Soundjuicer are good - except the don't create a cue-sheet (or similar).
On the other hand I looking for a tool which burns an audio-cd with these files.

Since I want to use an nice gui, abcde and cdrdao is not what I'm looking for.

Does anybody have an idea???

Greetings

ToK

ToK 09-11-2006 10:23 AM

After I didn't find any software i managed to get Exact Audio Copy to work under wine. The main Problem was that it didn't find all my devices (2 SCSI-CDs and a ATAPI-Drive). I emulate win2000 under wine, set every cdrom on its mountpoint an as a CDROM-Device under winecfg. After that I took the native w2k-Interface in EAC.


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