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APE CUE Splitter - How to split APE and convert APE tracks?

Are you worried about that the album is one APE file and one CUE file when you finish the album downloading? You probably want a separate APE file for each song. Some CD fans say: “I decided to transform my CD collection to digital files for better management. At the time, I am unfamiliar with different file structures so each CD was ripped into one APE file with CUE sheet. Is there any software in term of sound quality can split single APE file into individual songs?”

CUE file is the index file associated with APE file, if there is no CUE file, it can’t select the song when playing APE file. Open the CUE file with Notepad program, you will find that it records the singers of entire album in APE files, album name, APE file name, track number, each track title, artist, start time and end time. Thus it is so important for you when you want to burn CD with the APE file. To split single APE file into individual songs, we should need the CUE file for help. Medieval CUE Splitter is the versatile APE CUE Splitter software for you to split a long APE file into individual songs.

First things first, you can download and install Medieval CUE Splitter, the excellent cue splitter.

If .cue files are already associated with a program on your PC, open the .cue file with Medieval CUE Splitter, when you’re ready to split the large .ape file into individual tracks, click the “Split” button in the bottom right corner of the window.

Once completed, a small pop-up window will appear and click “OK” to complete the whole splitter. At last you will have each track on the album as an individual .ape file.

How to convert APE tracks to FLAC, MP3, M4A, AAC, AIFF, WAV, and WMA for playback on any portable device?

APE audio file employs a symmetric algorithm, which means that decoding takes comparable resources to encoding, so it unsuitable for all but the fastest portable players (via Rockbox firmware). Also it has limited support on software platforms other than Windows; on other platforms only decoding is officially supported by third-party programs. Although the original source code is freely available, the license is not considered to be an open source one. Thus we can convert APE to other popular audio files, AnyMP4 Video Converter is also the professional APE Converter software, which can help convert APE to FLAC, MP3, M4A, AAC, AIFF, WAV, and WMA, etc. for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, iTunes, Zune, PS3, Xbox 360, and Android, etc.

Free download and install the program

Here you can free download this APE Converter and install it on your computer, and then launch the program to open the main interface.

Add APE files and select output format

Click “Add Video” button to add the APE tracks to the program, add click “Add Video” drop-down button to select “Add Folder” option to add the APE Folder to the program. And then click “Profile” drop-down button to select the output format for your APE source file.

Define output settings

After selecting the output format, you can click “Settings” button to open the “Profile Settings” window, and then you can define the audio settings like Encoder, Channels, Sample Rate, and Audio bitrate.

Start to convert APE tracks

This APE Converter software highly support batch conversion, click “Convert” button and all your APE files would be converted to your wanted audio format in a short time.

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