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cuebreakpoints(1)	    General Commands Manual	     cuebreakpoints(1)

NAME
       cuebreakpoints -	report track breakpoints from a	CUE or TOC file

SYNOPSIS
       cuebreakpoints  [ { -i format | --input-format=format } { --append-gaps
       | --prepend-gaps	| --split-gaps } ] [ file ... ]
       cuebreakpoints -h | --help
       cuebreakpoints -V | --version

DESCRIPTION
       cuebreakpoints reports the track	 breakpoints  found  in	 CUE  and  TOC
       files,  which  are  typically created by	compact	disc ripping software.
       The breakpoints are in a	format usable by shnsplit (part	of the shntool
       package).

       Three  approaches  to  track pregaps are	available: append (to previous
       track), prepend (to succeeding track), and split	(from  both  preceding
       and  succeeding	tracks).  The split approach can result	in up to twice
       as many breakpoints being reported as there are tracks on the disc.

       The first track's pregap	cannot be appended to the previous  track,  so
       it  is  prefixed	to the track in	both append and	prepend	modes.	If you
       want the	track without it, use the --split-gaps option.

       If no filenames are specified, cuebreakpoints reads from	 standard  in-
       put,  and  an  input  format  option must be specified.	If one or more
       filenames is provided, but the input format option  is  not  specified,
       the  input  format  will	 be guessed based on each file's suffix	(e.g.,
       .cue or .toc).  This heuristic is case-insensitive.

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
	      displays a usage message and exits.

       -i format, --input-format=format
	      sets the expected	format of the input file(s) to	format,	 which
	      must be either cue or toc.

       --append-gaps
	      appends  pregaps	to the end of the previous track.  This	is the
	      default.

       --prepend-gaps
	      prefixes pregaps to the beginning	of each	subsequent track.

       --split-gaps
	      separates	pregaps	from both the preceding	and succeeding tracks.

       -V, --version
	      displays version information and exits.

       If more than one	of --append-gaps, --prepend-gaps, and --split-gaps are
       specified, all except the last encountered are ignored.

EXIT STATUS
       cuebreakpoints  exits  with  status zero	if it successfully generates a
       report for each input file, and nonzero if there	were problems.

AUTHOR
       Cuetools	was written by Svend Sorensen.	Branden	 Robinson  contributed
       fixes and enhancements to the utilities and documentation.

SEE ALSO
       cueconvert(1), cueprint(1)

							     cuebreakpoints(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | EXIT STATUS | AUTHOR | SEE ALSO

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