- Oct 18, 2002
- College Grove, TN
I'm not trying to make the perfect Cue file, just trying to avoid making them like I did when I removed WAV. I use Mp3Tag all the time but I don't see how in this instance until I see legit FLACs land in my album folder. I almost had it right then cobbled up the cue file. If I didn't have to monkey with a Cue file at all I'd be very happy.My advice is to not get caught up in trying to create a perfect cue. The cue is just a tool to get the tracks split at the correct time. Focus on each song getting split, and correctly tagging that song with the basic tags, Artist, Album, Track Title, and Track number. I recommend Mp3Tag for the tagging part due to the sorting, numbering, look up features, and file rename all in the same interface.
The perfect cue can be made AFTER all the tracks are split and named if you really want one. Personally, I only keep cue files for formats like MKA that some media players/organizers don't handle the tags well. FLAC tags seem to be completely universal today.