Converts a single FLAC file with associated cue file into multiple FLAC files

cuebreakpoints "$2" | shnsplit -o flac "$1"
Converts a single FLAC file with associated cue file into multiple FLAC files. Takes two arguments: the name of the FLAC file and and the name of the cue file. Example: flacAlbumToFiles foo.flac foo.cue Requires: - cuetools - shntools

By: photraip
2009-03-07 21:04:45

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    MrTux · 2012-05-30 13:34:39 0

What Others Think

Thanks for this nice tip. Now I finally can split up an flac album that's been bothering me for months. :)
kimme · 664 weeks and 2 days ago
You can do it without the pipe: shnsplit -f "$2" -o flac "$1"
captaincomic · 513 weeks and 4 days ago
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leonamargret · 22 weeks and 2 days ago
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