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On Windows, Linux, or any platform supporting Java, use Andrewtheart's java tool <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.freewebs.com/andrewtheart/index.html#label2cue label2cue] to convert/format the minutes and seconds data in the text label file to minutes, seconds and frames data laid out in cue sheet format.</span>  
 
On Windows, Linux, or any platform supporting Java, use Andrewtheart's java tool <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.freewebs.com/andrewtheart/index.html#label2cue label2cue] to convert/format the minutes and seconds data in the text label file to minutes, seconds and frames data laid out in cue sheet format.</span>  
  
In Windows, you should be able to simply double click on the label2cue.jar file in the zip folder to run the application, but in Linux, you probably need to execute the following command from the console.
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Simply single/double click on the Label2Cue.jar file.
 
 
<code>java -jar Label2Cue.jar</code>
 
 
 
(This is related to a work path issue. You can also make a desktop launcher for the program which contains the path to the jar file.)
 
 
 
The converted cue file should output in the same directory as the jar file, '''not''' the directory of the text label file.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 21:03, 6 October 2007

Cue sheets status in Audacity

Audacity cannot currently export Cue Sheets by direct means (although it has been a feature request for some time), but it is possible to follow the below sequence to produce cue sheets indirectly using a open source java tool (label2cue)

Conversion process using the label2cue converter

Split the tracks

Split your recording in Audacity into separate tracks using the method described on this page of the Audacity wiki.

Export the labels

In Audacity, select File > Export Labels and name your exported label file. It will be saved as a plain text document that represents the label positions in seconds (and optionally, the label titles).

Convert label file with label2cue

On Windows, Linux, or any platform supporting Java, use Andrewtheart's java tool label2cue to convert/format the minutes and seconds data in the text label file to minutes, seconds and frames data laid out in cue sheet format.

Simply single/double click on the Label2Cue.jar file.

label2cue information

Development

You can modify/improve/redistributed label2cue if you wish, but I (AndrewTheArt, developer) request that you e-mail me with any major changes for my reference and edification. You can find the source and my e-mail address in the zip folder.

System Requirements

This java tool will run on any platform supporting Java (JRE 1.5 and higher specifically. JRE 1.4 will not work!)

Credits

label2cue was originally created by AndrewTheArt (Andrew S)

Information about cue sheets in general

You can read more about cue sheets here.

External links