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Hi, guys! How are ya? I've downloaded a music album which is in .FLAC file format. The thing it's a single file. I'd like to know how can I separate them into separate tracks. Is there any way? Thanks in advace :)

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You probably need the *.cue file to be able to split it, with e.g. Medieval CUE Splitter. Load the *.cue, split with tags.

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Use Foobar 2000, pretty much the standard.
http://www.foobar2000.org/

In foobar- open the cue file.
Select the single songs.
Right click, select "Convert", select "..." to set up your options - new file locations, file naming...
Then right click again, select "Convert", then select the named setting that you created, after the first run, you can just select "last used"

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.. I use CUETools_2.1.4 along w/ dbPowerAmp Music Converter: great combination for splitting and then

transforming to MP3 or other format.

there are links to both somewhere in the NsaneForums. best to Ya' : )

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DON'T TRANSCODE A FLAC FORMAT TO LOSSY CODEC... RUINS THE WHOLE POINT OF GETTING FLAC!

Best off making it to a CD FIRST and then using a MP3 ripper if that's your preferences (so you have the good quality version on a disc)

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