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About: AudioCuesheetEditor is an open source audio cuesheet editor developed with mono. It can be run under every plattform, that supports mono. Intro: You can import textfiles into the editor or start right from the scratch. If you want to import a textfile, please check the import scheme inside the options first before you start. If you have some tracks, you need to enter a mp3 file, to which the cuesheet belongs. After this you can export the cuesheet and test the export with an cuesheet player (vlc,etc...). Samples: You can find a folder named "samples" under the installation directory of AudioCuesheetEditor. There you can find several samples, which are described a bit here: - Sample_Inputfile.txt A sample inputfile, that can be used without any options set (just standard). - Sample_Inputfile2.txt A sample inputfile, which contains the timespans with only minutes and seconds set. To use it, you have to go to the options and set the inputscheme to %artist% - %title%[\t]{1,}%end%(mm:ss) Features: - Import Textfiles (Scheme can be changed in Options) - Import existing cuesheets - Export as cuesheet - Export profiles can be configured (*.csv,*.txt, etc.) - Edit Imported Data - Edit cuesheet in GUI - Several logical test (starttime < endtime,etc) with warning for users - Several Options - Automatic Update recognition - Drag & Drop functionality Description: AudioCuesheetEditor aims to be a tool for editing audio cuesheets and import of text files. You have the possibility to import text files, save projects, edit the imported tracks and export as a cuesheet. Feel free to try it ;). Import Textfiles Start with setting the import scheme inside the options. In order to import textfiles, please make shure they have the ending *.txt. Export profiles You can have several export profiles. Each export profile should be named, should have file to export to and has 3 parts. The header, the middle and the footer. The middle is looped through all tracks writing one line for each track. Export cuesheet If there are no errors inside your cuesheet you can export the cuesheet. Every error will be displayed inside the track view or as a messagebox. Reset saved options If you want to reset the window position and size saved inside the options, you should run AudioCuesheetEditor with the "-resetOptions" flag. This flag resets the options at startup. Be careful, all options will be reset. Feature Proposal: If you have an idea, what should be implemented, feel free to contact the project page. We will try to analyse your idea and afterwards implement it. Donate: If you want to donate, please check out the following url: https://www.paypal.com/de/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=bO2-cTRmJK39kYoJ5S_qo9ZfittyuRi8f-9bJxqsWVY83ATrT9hqTiJjxay&dispatch=5885d80a13c0db1f8e263663d3faee8dd75b1e1ec3ad97b7af62835dd81d5d52 Thank you in advance for every donation. Requirements: * Windows - .NET Framework 4.0 (https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/download/details.aspx?id=17718) - GTK# for .NET 2.12.20 (http://download.xamarin.com/Installer/gtk-sharp-2.12.20.msi) (included inside setup project) * Linux - Mono-Basic package with all its dependencies - GTK Sharp Bindings for your desktop environment - GTK * Source - MonoDevelop - GTK - GTK Sharp Bindings for your desktop environment Installation: * Windows package: Just run the AudioCuesheetEditor-windows-v${version}-setup.exe which will guide you through the setup. Afterwards you will have a link in your start menu named "AudioCuesheetEditor". * Linux package: Just unzip the prebuild code and run the startup script "AudioCuesheetEditor". * Source package: To build the application we recommend to use monodevelop, since the application was build with monodevelop. On linux console you can also use mdtool. The following statement should be used standard: "mdtool build '--configuration:Release|x86' AudioCuesheetEditor.sln". AudioCuesheetEditor has been tested with the following system configurations: - Windows Vista (x64) Ultimate Edition - Fedora 19 (x64) KDE - Fedora 17 (x64) Gnome Contact: Website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/audiocuesheet/ Authors: Sven Baus <cuesheetproject@users.sf.net>
Source: README.TXT, updated 2013-12-22