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[[Category:Audio/Video]]
 
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{{i18n|APE+CUE Splitting}}
 
 
 
This article describes how to split audio file basing on CUE metadata.
 
This article describes how to split audio file basing on CUE metadata.
  
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Probably you need this bundle:
 
Probably you need this bundle:
 
   pacman -S cuetools shntool flac wavpack mac mp3info vorbis-tools
 
   pacman -S cuetools shntool flac wavpack mac mp3info vorbis-tools
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If you want to split iso/bin files, you will also need bchunk:
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  pacman -S bchunk
  
 
==Splitting==
 
==Splitting==
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To split APE or WavPack files, use:
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   cuebreakpoints file.cue | shntool split file.ape
 
   cuebreakpoints file.cue | shntool split file.ape
 
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Then you probably want to convert them into OGG or MP3. See [[Convert Any To Mp3]] for example.
 
Then you probably want to convert them into OGG or MP3. See [[Convert Any To Mp3]] for example.
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To split bin/cue files, use:
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  bchunk -v -w file.bin file.cue out
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This will split file.bin according to file.cue, and produce out01.wav, out02.wav, etc.
  
 
==Tagging==
 
==Tagging==

Revision as of 03:48, 6 October 2012

This article describes how to split audio file basing on CUE metadata.

Installation

Probably you need this bundle:

 pacman -S cuetools shntool flac wavpack mac mp3info vorbis-tools

If you want to split iso/bin files, you will also need bchunk:

 pacman -S bchunk

Splitting

To split APE or WavPack files, use:

 cuebreakpoints file.cue | shntool split file.ape

or

 cuebreakpoints file.cue | shntool split file.wv

it produces .wav files

Then you probably want to convert them into OGG or MP3. See Convert Any To Mp3 for example.

To split bin/cue files, use:

 bchunk -v -w file.bin file.cue out

This will split file.bin according to file.cue, and produce out01.wav, out02.wav, etc.

Tagging

Use

 cuetag.sh file.cue track01.mp3 track02.mp3 track03.mp3 track04.mp3

or

 cuetag.sh file.cue *.mp3

to copy tags from CUE to MP3. cuetag.sh supports FLAC, OGG and MP3 tags. cuetag.sh is included with cuetools.

Splitting, Converting to FLAC, and Tagging

Split a single FLAC using CUE

  • install shntool cuetools
  • shntool split -f *.cue -o flac *.flac
  • cuetag.sh *.cue split-track*.flac

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References