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CUE sheet Splitter, based on shntool and cuetools libraries.

Project description

Pysplitcue - CUE sheet splitter, based on shntool and cuetools libraries.

Pysplitcue is a stupid wrapper for the shntool and cuetools libraries. It splits big audio tracks using informations contained in the associated "CUE" sheet file and can automatically handle files encoded other than UTF-8 and ASCII encodings without modifying the source files.

Note: there are also other alternatives to pysplitcue:

Features

  • Supported input formats: WAV, FLAC, APE, WavPack
  • Supported output formats: FLAC, APE, WAV, WavPack, OGG or MP3
  • Auto-tag is supported only for FLAC, MP3, OGG formats

Requires

  • Python >=3.6
  • chardet (The Universal Character Encoding Detector)
  • shntool (includes shnsplit)
  • cuetools (includes cuebreakpoints, cueconvert, cueprint, cuetag)

Optionals

  • flac
  • lame
  • vorbis-tools (includes oggenc, oggdec)
  • monkeys-audio (to convert APE audio format, name depends to your O.S.)
  • wavpack

Ubuntu users can install required and optional dependencies like this:
sudo apt install shntool cuetools flac lame vorbis-tools wavpack monkeys-audio

Usage

From Command Line

pysplitcue -i IMPUTFILE
             [-h] 
             [--version]  
             [-f {wav, wv, flac, ape, mp3, ogg}] 
             [-o OUTPUTDIR] 
             [-ow {ask,never,always}] 
             [-c]

From Python Interpreter

>>> from pysplitcue.splitcue import PySplitCue
>>> kwargs = {'filename': '/home/user/my_file.cue',
              'outputdir': '/home/user/some_other_dir',
              'suffix': 'flac',
              'overwrite': 'ask'
             }
>>> split = PySplitCue(**kwargs)
>>> split.open_cuefile()
>>> split.do_operations()
>>> split.cuefile.close()

Examples

pysplitcue -i 'inputfile.cue'

To split and convert several audio formats into the relative individual flac format audio tracks.

pysplitcue -i '/User/music/collection/inputfile.cue' -f wav -o 'my-awesome-tracklist'

This command splits the individual audio tracks into wav format and saves them in the 'my-awesome-tracklist' folder.

Installation

python3 -m pip install pysplitcue

License and Copyright

Copyright © 2010 - 2022 Gianluca Pernigotto
Author and Developer: Gianluca Pernigotto
Mail: jeanlucperni@gmail.com
License: GPL3 (see LICENSE file in the docs folder)

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