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Old 2007-09-26, 09:43 AM
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Re: How to split FLAC files ???

set audacity to 'snap to cdda sectors'

make sure export quality in the preferences are set correctly (most probably 16bit 44.1kHz).

there's some way to export the tracks all at once but I haven't tested/tried that yet. once you have snapping to cdda set correctly and export quality matching the original bit depth and sample rate you can (somewhat awkwardly) cut the first track from the large file, paste to a new file, save, repeat, repeat, repeat ... until you've cut the show into tracks. you can perform a len check at the end using TLH to check that you're SBE-free (which you should be if you set the snapping to cdda sectors).

edit: there you go (see heather's post above)
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