Medieval CUE Splitter is described as 'Medieval CUE splitter is an easy-to-use tool for breaking long audio files into smaller, songlike chunks. It has a simple layout and fast results; its only drawback is the rare CUE file format it uses' and is an app in the audio & music category. There are six alternatives to Medieval CUE Splitter for Mac, Windows, Linux and PortableApps.com. The best alternative is Flacon, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Medieval CUE Splitter are X Lossless Decoder, CUETools, Elegant Converter and mp3splt-gtk.
Medieval CUE Splitter is mainly a Audio Converter but alternatives to it may also be CD Rippers or Video Converters. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Medieval CUE Splitter.
X Lossless Decoder (XLD) is a tool for Mac OS X that is able to decode/convert/play various 'lossless' audio files. The supported audio files can be split into some tracks with cue sheet when decoding. It works on Mac OS X 10.3 and later. Supports: (Ogg) FLAC (.flac/.
CUETools is a suite of tools for converting and verifying lossless CD rips. It can split lossless images into tracks, re-verify a rip against AccurateRip database, repair errors and convert between FLAC/WavPack/APE/TTA/ALAC.
CUETools vs Medieval CUE Splitter opinions
Almost everyone thinks CUETools is a great alternative to Medieval CUE Splitter.
It appends gaps to previous tracks in EAC fashion as it should. It's also a good alternative to EAC for ripping CDs. And it uses the AccurateRip database for all it's operations.
Mp3Splt-project is a utility to split mp3 and ogg files selecting a begin and an end time position, without decoding. It's very useful to split large mp3/ogg to make smaller files or to split entire albums to obtain original tracks.