Section: CDRDAO (1)
toc2cue - converts a TOC files of
into a .cue file
converts a TOC file of
into a .cue file.
Please note that the resulting cue file is only valid if the toc-file was created with
using the commands 'read-toc' or 'read-cd'. For manually created or edited toc-files the cue file may not be correct. This program just checks for the most obvious toc-file features that cannot be converted to a cue file. Furthermore, if the toc-file contains audio tracks the byte order of the image file will be wrong. This will result in static noise when the cue file is used for recording (even with
- -v verbosity_level
Sets the verbosity level to use, can be a integer between 1 and 3. By default, only fatal errors are displayed. A verbosity level of 1 shows warnings, 2 warnings and errors, 3 warnings, errors and internal errors.
Prints the version of toc2cue.
was written by Andreas Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org
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This manual page was written by Francois Wendling <email@example.com> and revised by Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).