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The '''CUE sheet''' format (.cue) file is often used in combination with .bin or .iso file(s) to define the track and/or session layout of an optical disc.
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== Contents ==
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The '''CUE sheet''' is a text based format that contains commands which specify the layout.
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== History ==
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The CUE sheet originates from CDRWIN, but various additions have been made like the CDTEXT and IsoBuster extensions.
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== See also==
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cue_sheet_%28computing%29 Wikipedia on CUE sheet]
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* [http://code.google.com/p/libodraw/downloads/detail?name=CUE%20sheet%20format.pdf CUE sheet format]
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[[Category:File Formats]]

Latest revision as of 05:12, 2 April 2013

The CUE sheet format (.cue) file is often used in combination with .bin or .iso file(s) to define the track and/or session layout of an optical disc.

Contents

The CUE sheet is a text based format that contains commands which specify the layout.

History

The CUE sheet originates from CDRWIN, but various additions have been made like the CDTEXT and IsoBuster extensions.

See also