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Help with splitting of ape file - 5/9/2007 9:08:59 AM   
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I collected lots of classic music in ape format, one ape file is namely a whole album. I always use xilisoft audio maker to convert a whole ape file to a mp3 file to play in mp3 player. But u know, if I want to play one track, it’s rather troublesome. I heard that ape file has a paired index file, could anyone tell how to do? Any help appreciated.
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RE: Help with splitting of ape file - 5/9/2007 10:15:10 AM   
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It’s cue file that corresponds to ape file, actually a text file, it records the start time of various tracks in ape. U can search the corresponding cue file for your ape file. Xilisoft Audio Maker can import cue file, thus u can select to convert one or more tracks and don’t need to convert a whole ape file

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RE: Help with splitting of ape file - 5/9/2007 11:19:56 PM   
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Thanks…i downloaded the corresponding cue file, but when I imported it into Xilisoft Audio Maker, it failed. At the beginning, I thought Audio Maker doesn’t support cue file, so I downloaded some players that say supporting cue file, but also failed. Maybe there’re something need to adjust about my cue file and ape file? Any help appreciated.

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RE: Help with splitting of ape file - 5/10/2007 10:20:42 AM   
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open cue file in text editor, and ensure the filename in File line accords with the actual name of corresponding ape file, and cue is in the same folder as the ape file, then try again.

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RE: Help with splitting of ape file - 5/11/2007 3:33:29 AM   
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Thanks sisily. I followed your suggestion, and everything is ok now. I’m so glad, Xilisoft Audio Maker can convert the tracks of my ape one by one, and my player can also play the tracks one by one. Many thanks.

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