CUE File - MP3 Album - Problem

vbimport

#1

Hiya!
I have the same problem like someone 3 posts before, but it’s not totally the same thing.
i also have a whole album as one file AND I HAVE a CUE - file. But the problem is when i try to open it with nero it craps up and using alcohol it shows the audio-tracks but says afterwards it says it doesn’t support this image-type or sth like that…
please help me! thanks

cheers
chrisi:bigsmile:


#2

Have you tried Blindwrite? (Works perfect here)

I have also had the same problems with nero.

It was just a thought


#3

Originally posted by chrisi

i also have a whole album as one file AND I HAVE a CUE - file. But the problem is when i try to open it with nero it craps up and using alcohol it shows the audio-tracks but says afterwards it

I’ve said it a hundred times :stuck_out_tongue:
Nero is not very good to burn audio.

Use Feurio if your drive is supported.
Feurio CD-Manager -> Project -> Create project from cuesheet file
You can play and edit the tracks before burning the cue.

It’s the best audio burning program and the demo is unlimited.


#4

burnatonce can do it to

and burnnn is specialised in cue sheet and compressed audio

(and of course EAC and Feurio)


#5

i tried blindwrite and it worked for me…
thanks anyway for your help :slight_smile:


#6

I am glad it worked out for you! :cool:


#7

jan70:

You say you have this drive:

Sony CRX-175A1 (5YSA) (Liteon LTR-24102B)

I have the same drive (original Lite-On) but the most recent firmware I can find is 5S5A. Do you know if the 5YSA is any different to what I have, and if so where I can get it? Is it maybe Sony fw and not Lite-On fw…?

Thanks for the help,
Tony


#8

Originally posted by TonyH
[B]jan70:

You say you have this drive:

Sony CRX-175A1 (5YSA) (Liteon LTR-24102B)

I have the same drive (original Lite-On) but the most recent firmware I can find is 5S5A. Do you know if the 5YSA is any different to what I have, and if so where I can get it? Is it maybe Sony fw and not Lite-On fw…?

Thanks for the help,
Tony [/B]

It is the same firmware, it is an converted Liteon firmware to make it suit the Sony. :cool:


#9

Although your problem is already solved now, you want to post the used cuesheet belatedly? I wonder why Nero/Alcohol rejected it.


#10

Originally posted by little-endian
you want to post the used cuesheet belatedly? I wonder why Nero/Alcohol rejected it.

Let’s see if chrisi can post the cuesheet.

Possibly, Nero didn’t crash, but in slow computers opening an MP3 cuesheet can take around ten minutes, and there’s no progress bar, so it seems as if Nero crashed.
Bad programming again in Nero.

If you want to see another bug in Nero, try this: Write “wave” or “mp3” in lower case letters at the end of the FILE line in the cuesheet.
Nero will show an unknown error.
I don’t know if cuesheets must be in capital letters, but CDRWin and the rest of programs accept lower case cuesheets.
Even Nero accepts cuesheets in lower case letter, except for that WAVE/MP3 option.
Just another bug in a long list…

Of course, I’d bet this bug won’t be fixed in Nero6.


#11

Your totally right! I have make a lot of coasters thanks to Nero. It reads the mp3 file and shows that it burns successfully but when you try to play it in a car audio player, it rarely read tracks…sometimes takes a long time and can skip a few tracks along the way, i.e. after finishing track 3, it can skip to track 6! duh!?


#12

I’m using Nero 7 premium now and sadly its still the same. It can read .iso files fine but takes forever on .cue files. I understand that by loading the cue files into Nero, the program is actually scanning the whole mp3/cue files to check error. But not showing anything other than a blank white screen is absurd. Also, my machine is a 3.0 GHz…please don’t tell me even That is not enough o.O guess we should wait for a 7.0Ghz cpu for nero to read the cue files properly :rolleyes:


#13

Then use the program YOU have created the CUE/BIN with.


#14

Go to google, and search “Cue Splitter” awesome freaking piece of freeware. Its not for burning, but it spilts that monster of a track in the appropriate piece. It has the names of each song perfectly, only thing thats missing is the track numbers, but I guess thats all based on the info given by the .cue file.

Here’s a link in case you’re just too damn lazy:

http://www.shareup.com/CUE_Splitter-download-30218.html

Much more simple than Feurio or whatever the hell people are talking about. (I repeat this is not a burning program, just use iTunes afterwards!)


#15

i was tinking along the same lines as mengis khan…you have a music file, and a cue file. the cue file has info where to split the tracks, and its not for a burning app.

cue splitter does the trick quite wonderfully. Remember, when burning, do dAO and no gaps between audio tracks


#16

Although this is an old thread, I’ll say it again for the benefit of those who use the search function in the future.

There is absolutely no need to split the single file in order to burn it. Often you end up with gaps and glitches on the finished product.

Not all burnware can create an audio CD (with seemless tracks) from a single long MP3 and a cuesheet, but there are a few that can.

Feurio!® is an audio only burning application that can handle this quite easily.
Simply load [B]CD Manager[/B] and from the menu bar select [B]Project[/B] then [B]Create project from cuesheet-file[/B]



#17

Another simple alternative that is absulutely free is EAC (Exact Audio Copy).

Choose [B]Tools[/B] from the menu bar and select [B]Write CD-R…[/B].
This will launch the [B]CD Layout Editor[/B].
Choose [B]File[/B] from the menu bar and select [B]Load CUE Sheet…[/B].
This will allow you to navigate to the location of the CUE sheet and load it.
The MP3 file will then be loaded with all track indicies.
Simply burn!!!.





#18

Wow - download and split using CD splitter via think link took less time than the last NERO crash!!! Thanks!