I know that adding an option to create/import/export .cue files has been a pretty big feature request for Audacity. Anyway, I’ve created a Java program to convert .txt Audactiy label files to .cue files.
I like this contribution for audacity as it is exactly what I need for creating cue files for my mix collection.
Unfortunately the downloadlinks didn’t work anymore.
Is it possible to release this neat program at some other place or can you send it to me per pm.
Your Script seems to be attracting some attention at the moment, but unfortunately does not seem to be available.
If you would like somewhere to upload it, PM me and I’ll sort a bit of web space out for you.
Re. integrating with Audacity - I’ve been looking into Nyquist plug-ins recently and I think it could be done quite easily with nyquist. Unfortunately there does not seem to be any way to read label tracks into nyquist plug-ins, but this leaves two other options open: (1) the rather ugly workaround of exporting the label track as a text file, then reading it into nyquist and finally saving as a cue file, or (2) creating the cue file directly.
No, I just use K3B or Nero and let the computer do all the work
Some time ago I spoke with Andrew about the possibility of collaborating on a Nyquist plug-in for exporting cue sheets from Audacity. At the time, he was interested, but rather too busy. Right now, I’m rather busy too, but if you find yourself still loitering round the forum in a month or two, perhaps I could pick your brains and we could see if we can come up with something. (I’m gradually getting to know how to do things in Nyquist, but I know nothing about cue sheets, so that’d be your part of the job
I’m still really busy, but I might be able to help you guys. I’m not up to speed with Niquest at all, so I’d have to hack around with it. I’d love to collaborate with you guys though. Keep me in the e-mail loop –
The cue2lbl conversion is rather finicky. It examines only three field (record) types: FILE, TITLE and INDEX. The order that these appear in is important. The easiest way to see the CUE sheet format this tool knows how to parse, is to convert some labels first and look at the resulting CUE sheet output.