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Ceate multiple tracks from single MP3 files
Authored by: yoel on Jun 25, '04 01:22:52PM

This is exactly what .cue files are for. Apple needs to add support for them to iTunes, so that it isn't necessary to go through this stupidly complicated process for every album with gapless tracks.



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Ceate multiple tracks from single MP3 files
Authored by: shavenyak on Jul 09, '04 10:09:43AM

Nah, they just need to fix iTunes and the iPod so that they play gaplessly. AAC and Lossless files are correctly encoded so that it should be possible to play them seamlessly. MP3 is a different matter, but there are plenty of other MP3 players that will skip over the silent part of the last block to faciliatate seamless play. Then you have the best of both worlds: individual files for each song which are easily taggable and portable, plus gapless play for Pink Floyd.

I thought .cue files were great, too, until I realized what a pain it is to deal with getting one song and putting it on a compilation disc or sending an MP3 of it to a friend.



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Ceate multiple tracks from single MP3 files
Authored by: DoctorJ on Oct 05, '06 08:29:24AM

I've been given an hour long .mp3 and a .cue file. What program do i use to change these into regular length songs? A linux app would be okeh, as well.

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