[Flac] [Flac-dev] Cue sheets/Tagging question

Brian Willoughby brianw at sounds.wa.com
Tue Nov 16 14:45:07 PST 2010

I do not understand why you are giving up.  If you have "specific  
times" then why can't you convert that to seconds or samples?  It's  
just simple math to calculate the translation.  Also, I assume that  
you can use the option more than once if you have more than one track  
marker to place.

Have you even tried this once?  I don't think your GUI will work -  
you need to use the command line.


On Nov 16, 2010, at 03:37, Neil Wilkes wrote:
> Well, I must be the world's biggest fool - after looking at the  
> help files for the version I just got from the FLAC download links,  
> all I can see for seektable is to specify these points in samples  
> or every "x" seconds.
> I cannot see how to do this from a 24-bit source file that has  
> specific times where I need to add a track marker.
> I also see no way at all to specify any track from the list on  
> playback.
> BTW - the GUI front end I use came from the same installation as  
> the main FLAC files, and I got those from the website.
> I am not using any odd front ends except this one, and this one  
> blatantly does not do what I need.
> I think I will just give up on this.
> (Whilst I am aware of how to access command line tools, I try to  
> avoid this as I am not that literate and simply do not have the  
> time to learn it. If it cannot be done from a simple dialogue where  
> I point the encoder at the source and tell it I need markers here,  
> here & here, then it is too complex for a simple mix engineer like me)
> Thanks for your help.

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