1. ranja81

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    Hi, so I've got some Sega CD games running on my flashback HD however whilst sound effects work the music doesn't. I think it's because I have them in zip format with the iso included, a bunch of wav files and then a cue sheet. Is there an easy way to convert this to a format that works?
     
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    Don't know if it works the same as blast16. For Blast16 (raspberry pi frontend) you must name your bin file the same as your track files.

    Don't exactly know how it works, but I think the cue file stores the information of the disc.
    So you just can't rename the track files.
     
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    So I have a zip file with an ISO file a cue file and then a bunch of wav files. I read somewhere to try changing the cue sheet to say binary instead of wave but that hasn't worked either. Any other suggestions?
     
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