[Ardour-Users] .cue files

Thomas Vecchione seablaede at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 09:58:23 PDT 2012

Its been a while, but I would just use drutil to burn it, don't bother
installing Macports or Fink for this, OS X comes with drutil.


>From the relevant section...

 *burn* *options* *path*
                Burns a valid directory or image file to disc. The
default is to burn the specified direc-tory directory
                tory to a new filesystem. The *-audio* option creates
an audio CD (redbook) in which any valid
                QuickTime audio file present in the path is converted
to a track (in alphabetical order). If
                a file is specified (valid image files only: .dmg,
.iso, .cue/bin, and .toc) the contents of
                the image file are burned. Pre-burn and post-burn
options, and filesystem exclusions can be
                specificed for enhanced functionality. Last option
takes precedence. Invalid commands are

                *path*     A valid path to a directory or file.

                *options*  Specify an arbitrary valid burn option(s):
*-test*, *-appendable*, *-erase*, *-mount*,
                         *-noverify*, *-nohfsplus*, *-noiso966*0,
*-nojoliet*, *-noudf*, *-nofs*, *-audio*, *-speed*,
                         *-pregap*.  Or specify a default burn option:
*-notest*, *-noappendable*, *-noerase*,
                         *-allfs*, *-hfsplus*, *-iso966*0, *-joliet*,
*-udf*, *-data*, *-eject*, *-verify*.

Have fun!


On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 12:28 PM, Bill Sack <bsack23 at gmail.com> wrote:

> i am not at my mac right now otherwise i could send along my usual command
> line ... maybe someone else will chime in? as far as getting the program,
> search for "cdrdao fink" or "cdrdao macports" - i don't remember which i
> used, it's been a few years.
> b
> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 12:15 PM, . m u r m e r . <murmer at murmerings.com>wrote:
>> On 2012.04.04 19:00 , Bill Sack wrote:
>>> since you mention toast i'll assume you're trying to do this with mac &
>>> OS X?
>> yes, sorry...
>> i had no success with getting toc or cue files from ardour to do
>>> anything usable with toast or spin doctor or any other gui program so i
>>> got good old cdrdao (from fink, probably) and now can make red book CDs
>>> with toc files linux-style on the command line on os x. it's not hard to
>>> do, is very flexible, and actually makes you smarter! (well, maybe not
>>> ...)
>> ah great, will look into it. didn't know fink or cdrdao. if you happen to
>> have a pointer to installation and/or usage instructions please send them
>> along! i'm not so adept with command line, but willing to learn. otherwise
>> i'm sure i'll find what i need online...
>> best,
>> patrick
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