Medieval CUE Splitter
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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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File types supported by Medieval CUE Splitter
Our users primarily use Medieval CUE Splitter to open these file types:
About file types supported by Medieval CUE Splitter
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Last updated: : August 20, 2014