Xebra supports only a traditional CD-ROM image.
(Traditional means each data sector has 2352 bytes
and the gap of audio is not omitted even if filled with zeros.)
A traditional CD-ROM image has no information about TableOfContens.
It was seperated to another file like *.cue, *.ccd.
Exactly, CD-DA needs this TOC info.
Xebra supports only original formatted TOC info.
(here, i call it XebraToc)
*.ccd was not supported.
(*.cue to XebraToc converter exists).
Opening XebraToc is not from the menu "File/Open/...".
Click "View/CD-ROM Drive" and drop the XebraToc file into the edit-control
or directly input the dump.
If you play with a drive,
you will find the dump like...