If a directory contains an album encoded as one large .wv file and a .cue file, splitting the entire album into individual .flac tracks is a simple task:
$ cuebreakpoints foo.cue | shnsplit -o flac foo.wv
What I'd like to know is how to split a file where the names don't match up, e.g.: 'foobar.wv' and 'foo.cue'. If I attempt this I get this error message:
shnsplit: warning: none of the builtin format modules handle input file: [foobar.wv] shnsplit: error: cannot continue due to error(s) shown above
Do I need to alter the .cue file? Because simply renaming 'foobar.wv' to 'foo.wv' prior to splitting doesn't seem to work for me. Or is there something wrong with the
PS: I didn't know how to tag this question properly. Sorry 'bout that.
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To be clear, I should point out that the text inside the .cue files points to the appropriate .wv files.
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I'm having a bit of luck, for whatever reason, by decompressing the .wv to .wav and then altering the .cue file accordingly.
Not ideal but it's working so far.