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Thread: Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

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    Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

    Hi,

    i have been using EAC with REACT for years and ripped all my CDs in a specific fashion. I cant use my old REACT-setup on my new PC and i am pondering wether i could use dbpoweramp for my needs.

    I rip the CDs as a single flac file with a cuesheet which also contains replaygain information (albumgain). The albumgain is documented in the cuesheet, the flac is not modified. The cue is saved as a standalone file and embeded in the flac. Besides that i save the cover of the cd as a jpg, resulting in 3 files per CD: the flac, the cue and the cover.jpg. I use AccurateRip for verification.

    Can dbpoweramp do the same thing? How do i configure it?

    I searched for documentation and searched this board, but i could not find the desired information (discussions about old versions and not longer working or needed workarounds ...). I hope someone can point me to where i have to look


    Thanks in advance!

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    Da Man
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    Re: Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

    dBpoweramp cannot do this.

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    Re: Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

    Damn ... :( what part of my setup is the problem?

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    Da Man
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    Re: Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

    Embedding the cue in the flac, replaygain in the cue.

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    Re: Migration from EAC, having difficulties finding the correct settings

    Thanks for clearing that up!

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