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Thread: wav and cue

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    wav and cue

    I have ve an entire album ripped in one wav file with a cue and I need to stream it via asset upnp to a naim uniti. I did not do any test but I think to be able to stream the single wav file and the cue that describes the tracks is ignored by asset and by the naim uniti.
    How can I split the wav into the different tracks ? Maybe with dbpoweramp music converter?

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    Re: wav and cue

    Look for a program called cuetools, dBpoweramp cannot split.

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    Re: wav and cue

    Thanks for the answer and sorry for the next question but i have to ask it:
    looking for cuetool I've found CUERIPPER.
    The question is: why I should use dbpoweramp instead of cueripper?

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    Re: wav and cue

    A method I've used in this instance is to mount the .cue file with Daemon Tools and use dBpoweramp to rip to the same standard format I use.

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    Re: wav and cue

    Try them both, the difference should be obvious.

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    Re: wav and cue

    Spoon, I'm a big fan of Illustrate products: I use ASSET UPNP every day since 2 years ago and I use dbpoweramp. Both are great products and your support is fast and accurate so my question was just oriented to know wich is the main difference between the 2 rippers. I do not need replace dbpoweramp with cueripper but I'm just corious about the difference. So, which is the obvious difference betweenn dbpoweramp and cueripper in your opinion?

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    Re: wav and cue

    dBpoweramp has been in development for 10 years, cueripper 1 year.

    We have commercial metadata, beyond that I have never used cueripper so cannot comment further.

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