Medieval CUE Splitter

What is Medieval CUE Splitter?

The Medieval CUE Splitter comes from Medieval Software and is basically used to split an audio file into several smaller audio files. As a CUE splitter, it bypasses encoding and recoding in the splitting process and thus makes track splitting much faster (not to mention easier on system resources): it goes straight to the CUE sheets or metadata of audio files for its work.

The file formats that can be processed by the Medieval CUE Splitter are the following: TTA, APE, WMA, OGG, MPC, WAVE, WV, FLAC, and—of course—MP3. ID3 and other audio tags are supported by the software, as are Unicode and ANSI encodings. Users can also perform multi-CUE sheet processing if necessary. It also sees hidden tracks, so users can easily locate files when browsing.

The software is available in a selection of localizations and allows users to configure the font on the interface, which is plain and uncomplicated. It can be reduced to a tray icon on Windows and can also be set to be the associated program for all files with a CUE extension. The CUE Splitter is free.

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