Medieval CUE Splitter 1.2
The interface of the tool is very plain. You can import CUEs by using the file browser or the "drag and drop" method.
In the list you can view information about the artist, title, length and pregap for each source file.
It is important to mention that the tool offers support for batch processing, which means you can add multiple files and process them at the same time.
You can edit the comment, year and select the genre, as well as enable file masks and the option to replace spaces with underscores. But you can also set the file and tags settings (title case, upper case, lower case, sentence case), as well as add and invert gaps.
If you open the "Edit" menu, you can modify disk or track data, swap the artist with the title for the entire disk or current track, as well as select and deselect tracks, and invert track selection.
Extra options to play with
Furthermore, you can view audio file information, add or edit genres, view a log window, select the interface language and text font, use a translating tool, and more.
Performance and final thought
The program takes up a low amount of system resources and can guide you to an online help file with snapshots. Unfortunately, Medieval CUE Splitter froze a few times when we attempted to add some CUE files to the list, and we had to restart the application. Otherwise, the program is simple to use, even by rookies.
Reviewed by Elena Opris on August 7th, 2014
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- Fixed search problem on CUE load
- Fixed strange menu bugs (vertical line)
Application descriptionCUE Splitter is a free tool application that splits a single big audio track, mostly an album or a compilation, into t...