Posted by Kelvin on 07 May 2012 at 08:37 pm | Tagged as: Ubuntu
If you ever need to split a disc image which has been burned as a single wav/flac/ape file with a corresponding cue file, this will help you out.
Split2flac does all the tedium of splitting, renaming (according to a renaming pattern of your choosing), converting to FLAC/M4A/MP3/OGG_VORBIS/WAV, as well as adding ID3 tags.
cd /usr/local/bin sudo wget https://raw.github.com/ftrvxmtrx/split2flac/fe1f5a2c62dad5c514b118fbb90f7974ae28f712/split2flac sudo chmod +x split2flac
Now type "split2flac -h" for usage instructions.
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