I could have a better understanding of the command line parameters for FLAC than I do. I looked mine over & I think I have one useless command which is " -o %dest% " ( without the quotes). I couldn't find it in the list of flac commands so I will be removing it.
roadworker's does a bit more than mine for "tagging" purposes & adds a "Comment" . Where it counts they are the same.
The icon actually is "CMP" . It is the "Copy selected tracks compressed" command . This is the same as using :
Action/Copy Selected Tracks/Compressed...
I didn't understand this very well.
The actual .FLAC file names are what ImgBurn creates the .cue from.
It references that location for the actual files in the ImgBurn.cue .
Neither is an image file.
I rarely use ImgBurn in "Ez-mode Picker" . In Tools/Settings/Events Start up is set to "Write" mode.
â€œWrite image files to discâ€ button = "Write" mode . I posted to use "Write" mode in my posts #2 & 4 .
â€œWrite files/folders to discâ€ = "Build" mode. This creates an .iso file.
Glad you figured it out .
As explained above no image file was created.What you have are individual .flac files for each title(song) on the CD . ImgBurn used these from the instructions in the .cue to write (burn) the Audio CD.
Again ImgBurn uses a .cue file for this . a .cue file isn't an image file.
I hope I've cleared the confusion some.
Not exactly . Mount a DVD.iso in Virtual CloneDrive by slysoft. Then "Open" it in the virtual drive.
What is in the DVD.iso will look like a real DVD Opened in a DVD drive.