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What is the best CUE splitter software that won't reencode?
post Jun 17 2012, 10:41
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All my albums are now each in a single long FLAC file, accompanied with a CUE sheet.
I want to split the tracks up as individual FLAC files, without altering the code or reencode the data, hurting the sound quality etc.
What is the best software to do this? It would be great if there is one that isn't too difficult to understand, at least something with a frontend.
I am using Windows Vista.

Thanks for your attention.
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post Jun 17 2012, 10:47
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FLAC files use a different size of frame than CDs do, so they cannot be split without re-encoding, at least without running into other issues such as incorrect resulting lengths or corrupted destination files.

As skamp said, just re-encode. Itís the simplest way, and itíll take a trivial amount of time.
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