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Split lossless audio (ape, flac, wav, wv) by cue file

Terminal - Split lossless audio (ape, flac, wav, wv) by cue file
cuebreakpoints <cue file> | shnsplit -o <lossless audio type> <audio file>
2009-04-29 10:42:57
User: cammarin
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Split lossless audio (ape, flac, wav, wv) by cue file

Do you have an entire album in a unique file and want to split it in individual tracks? If you also have the cue file you can do it!

Packages for Debian-based systems users:

* cuetools shntool

* FLAC (.flac): flac

* WavPack (.wv): wavpack

* Monkey's Audio (.ape): libmac2 monkeys-audio (deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main)

NOTE: "sid" packages are unstable, but I didn't have problems with them. If you prefer, use the "stable" version repository.

To transfer the tags, you can use this (works with .flac, .ogg and .mp3):

cuetag sample.cue split-track*.flac

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Terminal - Alternatives
shnsplit -t "%n-%t" -f <cue file> <audio file>

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Comment by Danielove 147 weeks and 1 day ago

You may also refer to the following step by step guide on how to split CUE associated FLAC, MP3, APE, WAV, WMA, TAK, MPC, TTA, M4B, M4A, AIFF and etc album, podcast or compilation into separate audio tracks at http://faasoft.com/articles/split-mkv-by-chapter.html

Comment by Julyreadygo 129 weeks ago

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