Developer: Rinat Zaripov
Current Version: 1.3.8
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 6.3 MB - Download
Cue Splitter is a simple utility application to split audio files pod-casts/radio-show/music using Cue file (metadata file which describes how the tracks are laid out). The app also can split if the audio file has chapters information, which sometimes available for iTunes podcasts.
Application supports mp3/mp4/flac file formats. We are looking forward to provide users with support of different file formats.
- Drag-and-drop support, can open folders and Cue files
- Supports Cue files with multiple audio source files
- Multiple tracks can be selected to assign equal metadata
- mp3 file splitting, accurate iTunes style ID3v2 metadata support
- mp4 file splitting, accurate iTunes style ATOM metadata support
- flac file splitting, accurate iTunes style ID3v2 metadata support
- can open m4p chapter information
Splitting process for mp3 occurs without decoding/encoding for performance purposes. Application allows you to edit metadata so that they appear with all the relevant information in your iTunes Library.
If you found a bug please contact us. You can go to support site and use feedback form.
- Fixed a crash related to flac splitting process
- Fixed a crash related to aac splitting process
- Fixed Cue Sheet file parsing issues
- Text Encoding support, it is now possible to select Cue Sheet file Encoding
- Application asks for the audio file location if it cannot be found
Most Helpful Reviews
Some silly people reveiwing this program - I really do not understand why some people are having issues, this is clearly a program for splitting audio files… 1) Select the cue file you want. 2) Make sure you have the source material specified. 3) Tell the computer where to put the files. 4) press split. It is a really easy program to use, it is just that a few people have no clue what the program was build for. Or do not bother to use it correctly. (aka user operating errors, for a program on MAC I can understand the frustration as it simply does not work as intuititvly as you want.) But this program is fast, simple, and an easy fix. Well worth the $3 I cannot wait to see the next updates, but it is very useful for me right now :)
Does not work - Tried it and on an ape/cue and it refused to transcode it. I later tried the process with the open source XLD software which did manage to split the file.
More Reviews for Current Version
Works most of the time - Cue Splitter works well -- when it works -- but the most recent version has problems recognizing cue files. Sadly, customer support seems to be nonexistent. I've emailed the authors twice with no response.
Worked When XLD Wouldn't - I got this when XLD wouldn’t split a FLAC file. Sure enough, Cue Splitter worked smoothly. It has a couple of quirks, first, you can change the output folder, even though there’s no button to do that. Just click right on the folder name. Second, to edit the metadata, click the Edit Selected button. I prefer Metadatics for that, but that’s just me. It’s always good to have a couple of different ways to do something. I had to laugh at the earlier reviewer who said it wouldn’t split an MP3 file. If he had mentioned having a CUE file, that would be more convincing. I would chalk most of the bad reviews up to operator error.