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dbpa2cue 1.3.3
a BINARY INSPIRATIONS production
http://binaryinspirations.blogspot.com
1/23/2010
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Release notes:
1.3.3 Better detection/handling of spaces in CUE file fields
1.3.2 Added error handling for audio files with malformed tags
1.3.1 Fixed drag-and-drop bug.
1.3   Changed CUE file output to reflect real filenames instead of just wave files.
      TITLE field is now limited to 80 chars, as specified in the CUE format definition.
      Added disclaimer.
1.2   Fixed DateTime issue.

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Description:
dbpa2cue generates CUE files from the dBpoweramp
CD Ripper's logs. The CUE files can then be used
to re-burn audio CDs from the corresponding ripped
audio files.

License:
dbpa2cue is freeware and can be redistributed freely in unmodified form.
Modification of any form to the program or any accompanying
files is strictly prohibited.

Credits:
Descriptions of the CUE file format
http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=Cuesheet
http://digitalx.org/cuesheetsyntax.php

Taglib Sharp library
http://developer.novell.com/wiki/index.php/TagLib_Sharp

downslayer for cue filetype detection suggestion
Craig for a bug report regarding a DateTime issue.

System Requirements:
Windows XP/Vista/7 x86/x64
.NET Framework 2.0

Instructions:
Input the path of a dBpoweramp ripping log file.
If the audio files described by the logfile are in
the same directory as the log, check the "Use tags
from audio files" option, then press Convert. If
successful the CUE file will be written to the same
directory.

Recommended dBpoweramp configuration:
To enable logging make sure the CD Ripper is set for secure mode. Use the 'complete' log type.
To avoid any tagging issues (if tagging is enabled) rip to common formats (mp3, m4a/AAC, FLAC).

File format note:
Please note that the official CUE file specification only allows music files in MP3, WAVE, or AIFF
format. Following common practice, dbpa2cue also specifies FLAC content as WAVE. If you use
anything other than these four formats, the generated cuefile will default to WAVE filenames with
.wav extensions (so you will need to convert them to wave files on your own).

Disclaimer:
The CUE file generated by dbpa2cue is a purely theoretical affair. I make no claims as to whether
the CUE file and any CDs burned from it are satisfactory.

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Enjoy the program!
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