Years ago, I ripped all my cds to .wav files with EAC. I created a .WAV file per entire CD. There are around 500 cds. I have a .cue for each as well with the track titles etc. I've occasionally created the mp3 versions of the tracks on each CD by using cueproc to split the .WAV file and run each with LAME. Now, I want to get this all sorted out properly. For various listening targets, I need a FLAC, Apple lossless and an MP3 version of each track on each song on the CDs - each in their own folder hierarchy... <format> artist/year - album title /tracks... sort of idea.
Is there any piece of software that will handle splitting each album .wav file and sending it to each of the encoders to make a version?
Have a look at MusicBee
Its sync options probably do all you need.
I need it to split the file and encode the tracks not just sync....will it do that?
The file converter is supposed to do so
Also see : http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools