Audio Software Management CUE Splitter

CUE Splitter 1.2 for Windows

by Enfis The Paladin

Avg. Rating 4.6 (81 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 39,731
Publisher Enfis The Paladin
Homepage CUE Splitter

Publisher's Description

CUE Splitter is a freeware tool that splits a single big audio track, such as an album or a compilation, into relative individual audio tracks, using information contained in the associated "CUE" file. Sometimes you can find a big compressed audio file (for example MP3, APE, FLAC, OGG, WAV, WMA, etc.) equipped with a small "CUE" text file that contain informations about tracks title, artist and length. Usually these couple of files are generated by programs like EAC (Exact Audio Copy), CDRWin, BPM Studio, GoldWave or similar. With CUE Splitter you can obtain split audio track files without burning any CDR or decode/re-encode any audio data. Moreover, audio files are automatically named using a user-defined "file mask" string, its tags are filled with informations extracted from "CUE" file and, optionally, an M3U playlist file can be generated (option enabled by default). CUE Splitter is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Latest Reviews

justfaced

justfaced reviewed v1.2 on Jan 13, 2016

You can use Avdshare Video Converter to Medieval CUE Splitter Mac and which can perfectly split FLAC, MP3, APE, WAV, WMA, TAK, ALAC, DTS, etc with a cue file into separate tracks .

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v1.2 on Aug 28, 2008

Splitting an existing cue-file is one thing but editing or creating a cue-file is a little bit more interesting (in my opinion).
A cue-file, I've found, is not only a .txt-file.
I can editing a cue that comes from EAC but if I try to write a cue without the format of the EAC-cue, there is no program that can handle it.
Is there anyone who can explain this?
I know the syntax of a cue but what fileformat has it?

TGB72

TGB72 reviewed v1.0 on May 21, 2007

The final version is out and still without rebuild the lame header with all flags (miss the quality flag) and erase the lame tag in output files, the problem has been posted here, really a pity, I give it 4 because the multiple file support otherwise I would give it 3.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Feb 28, 2007

Very nice. Simple, flexible, free.

TGB72

TGB72 reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Dec 19, 2006

Good splitter, would be perfect if it could recreate in the output files the info/lame tag of vbr files encoded with lame.

sQin

sQin reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Dec 18, 2006

a very good splitter

jamie.harding

jamie.harding reviewed v0.6 Beta 12 on Nov 11, 2006

found this a wee while ago , trawled through loads of programes looking to split mp3s into individual files. looked at some pay ones as well. But this is by far the best out there

studio308

studio308 reviewed v0.6 Beta 11 on Sep 10, 2006

This...and nothing more!

NetSpider

NetSpider reviewed v0.6 Beta 7 on Apr 17, 2006

The best CUE Splitter program out there !

and its getting better .

ArabianNight

ArabianNight reviewed v0.6 Beta 6 on Apr 15, 2006

this is a great program.

lmao @ Adrian79. n00bie go read wat the program does than come rate it bad.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (81 votes)
Your Rating
justfaced

justfaced reviewed v1.2 on Jan 13, 2016

You can use Avdshare Video Converter to Medieval CUE Splitter Mac and which can perfectly split FLAC, MP3, APE, WAV, WMA, TAK, ALAC, DTS, etc with a cue file into separate tracks .

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v1.2 on Aug 28, 2008

Splitting an existing cue-file is one thing but editing or creating a cue-file is a little bit more interesting (in my opinion).
A cue-file, I've found, is not only a .txt-file.
I can editing a cue that comes from EAC but if I try to write a cue without the format of the EAC-cue, there is no program that can handle it.
Is there anyone who can explain this?
I know the syntax of a cue but what fileformat has it?

TGB72

TGB72 reviewed v1.0 on May 21, 2007

The final version is out and still without rebuild the lame header with all flags (miss the quality flag) and erase the lame tag in output files, the problem has been posted here, really a pity, I give it 4 because the multiple file support otherwise I would give it 3.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Feb 28, 2007

Very nice. Simple, flexible, free.

TGB72

TGB72 reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Dec 19, 2006

Good splitter, would be perfect if it could recreate in the output files the info/lame tag of vbr files encoded with lame.

sQin

sQin reviewed v0.6 Beta 13 on Dec 18, 2006

a very good splitter

jamie.harding

jamie.harding reviewed v0.6 Beta 12 on Nov 11, 2006

found this a wee while ago , trawled through loads of programes looking to split mp3s into individual files. looked at some pay ones as well. But this is by far the best out there

studio308

studio308 reviewed v0.6 Beta 11 on Sep 10, 2006

This...and nothing more!

NetSpider

NetSpider reviewed v0.6 Beta 7 on Apr 17, 2006

The best CUE Splitter program out there !

and its getting better .

ArabianNight

ArabianNight reviewed v0.6 Beta 6 on Apr 15, 2006

this is a great program.

lmao @ Adrian79. n00bie go read wat the program does than come rate it bad.

sisu

sisu reviewed v0.6 Beta 3 on Feb 11, 2006

this works perfect..
the gui is on the uggo side though..

lol at Adrian79..

blackimp

blackimp reviewed v0.6 Beta 3 on Feb 10, 2006

Very nice! Never failed me.

Adrian79

Adrian79 reviewed v0.6 Beta 3 on Feb 10, 2006

i have a 1hr long mp3 mix... i wanna split into tracks... wouldnt simply work for my mp3 file... so then i used alcohol to make the CD into a "cue/bin" ...got error when attempting to use this program..

useless!

AlexanderKraeved

AlexanderKraeved reviewed v0.6 Beta 3 on Feb 10, 2006

I'd like to have CueSplitter splitting WMA too.
Maybe some day…

serrebi101

serrebi101 reviewed v0.3 on Oct 13, 2005

This program does exactly what it says it does. Select a cue file, hit cut, and off it goes! Works wonderfully!

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