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    Default daemon cannot generat track gap correctly?

    Operating System: WinXP SP2
    DAEMON Tools Version: have tried 3.47&4.03

    i'd like to ask a question first: how do cd drives recognize gaps between tracks? i'm unable to find any info about this.

    problem:
    i've a cd-xa disc(2 session) like:
    FILE "LILITHGAME.bin" BINARY
    TRACK 01 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    ...
    TRACK 15 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 31:33:06
    TRACK 16 MODE1/2352
    REM INDEX 00 33:45:24
    INDEX 01 36:17:24
    from real cd disc & mds+mdf image,Alcohol and EAC report:
    track 15 = 2min; gap between track 15&16 = 2min
    that is correct and what i want

    with the above cue sheet, Alcohol and EAC report:
    track 15 = 4min; gap = 0
    The PROBLEM IS: when i tried to add INDEX 0 for track 16, nothing changes.
    then i wrote another cue sheet:
    FILE "CDImage.wav" WAVE
    TRACK 01 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    ...
    TRACK 15 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 31:33:06
    REM POSTGAP 00:02:32
    FILE "DATA.ISO" BINARY
    TRACK 16 MODE1/2048
    REM PREGAP 02:32:00
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
    i tried POSTGAP and PREGAP, but still gap=0
    (INDEX 0|POSTGAP|PREGAP all work between AUDIO TRACKs)

    therefore i can conclude that it is a bug of daemon?(because EAC and Alcohol recognize real disc & mdf+mdf image correctly)

    //ADD
    the last(data) track is the 2nd session, but when loading cue sheet it becomes 1st session as a part of audio tracks.
    there are no command for cue sheet to claim a new session
    maybe daemon-tools could introduce a new feature to automatically create new session(or take new command like REM SESSION X)?
    Last edited by shadewither : 06.02.2006 at 13:42

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