CueMounter makes it easier to use audio disc images - .cue and an audio file. It mounts them as a virtual drive and allows you to explore the tracks inside as separate .wav files, play, analyze and recode them, without any intermediate storage.
You can use it to:
Any support for the project will help it improve faster and become more feature-complete.
Virtual drives are based on Dokan (available from downloads and
http://dokan-dev.net/en) so it is required. Dokan is available in the downloads section below the installer for CueMounter.
- Split audio CD images to tracks, recode them to other formats or perform any other operation that is normally executed on temporary files, avoiding that overhead.
- Decode all the supported audio files to wavs on the fly, avoiding hard disk usage and overhead
- With the new AuCDTect integration: seamlessly analyze your compressed lossless tracks - one click away.
- You can perform album analysis directly on audio CD images, without the need to split them
- The only solution to analyze compressed files with AuCDTect without the need for temporary files or other hard disk usage
- Use audio CD images split by tracks with software unaware of cue files transparently
- Use the RAM Disk mounted under ramdisk for fast and painless temporary storage
Supported audio formats: .ogg, .wav, .mp3, .aac, .ac3, .m4a, .ape, .mpc, .tta, .flac, .wma, .wv
Supported cue sheet styles: single file audio cue sheets (most of the ripped CDs)
Supports reading audio tags when mounting audio files
What is Dokan?
Dokan is an installable virtual disk. What that means is that it allows application developers to create applications and expose their own content as files inside a virtual disk drive. It's an open source software which hooks as a kernel-mode device driver.
The installation requires no restart and the uninstall is very clean and quick.
The application is still in its infancy and feature requests and bug reports are highly appreciated.