A command line tool for fast frame accurate audio image + cue sheet splitting.
This project is started mostly out of frustration over supporting split2flac with all the external dependencies and their quirks.
You need Go installed.
go get -u git.sr.ht/~ft/unflac ~/go/bin/unflac -h
Yeah, that's it.
Set a specific sample rate for output files:
unflac -arg-ffmpeg -ar -arg-ffmpeg 44100 ...
man ffmpeg contains a lot more.
To set a custom output file naming use
-n option (run
unflac -h to see the default value).
The format of the argument is described here.
Elem - a function that replaces invalid file path characters with ones that look (almost) the same but valid .Input.TrackNumberFmt - track number printf format (it's either "%02d" or "%03d" depending on the number of tracks) .Input.Composer - composer (can be empty) .Input.Performer - performer (can be empty) .Input.SongWriter - song writer (can be empty) .Input.Title - title, that's album name in general (can be empty) .Input.Genre - genre .Input.Date - date .Input.TotalTracks - total number of tracks .Input.TotalDisks - total number of disks, 0 if there is only one disk .Input.Artist - a special handy field that is selected based on Composer/Performer/SongWriter; is never empty .Track.Number - track number .Track.DiskNumber - disk number, 0 if there is only one disk .Track.Composer - composer (can be empty) .Track.Performer - performer (can be empty) .Track.SongWriter - song writer (can be empty) .Track.Title - track title .Track.Artist - a special handy field that is selected based on Composer/Performer/SongWriter; is never empty