A file of CUE format and extension is related to Unicode text files that specify how the data tracks are laid out on a compact disc, and are commonly used by several programs to make ISO images, especially for music and videos.
These CUE files are currently used by CD recorders to differentiate the tracks according to their duration, including the beginning and the end.
However, CUE files have great versatility since they provide the user with specifications of titles and authors for the disc, as well as the names of each of the tracks, either OGG, MP3, WAV, FLAC, and binary files, that par excellence, are generally used.
The CUE extension files are not used only to record CDs, they are also used to listen to discs where all the tracks are recorded in a single file that contains all the audio, and therefore the CUE file is the one that specifies to the player when a recording ends and another begins.
CUE files are written in a standard format and are therefore recognized by most CD editing and playback programs.
To work with CUE files you can use one of the following programs:
If you downloaded a CUE file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open CUE File on iOS device follow steps below:
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