Hi guys, I have a ton of albums and music that consists of one .flac or .ape file accompanied by the corresponding .cue file. (More than 50 GB actually .) Now I want to split these files into separate tracks with a cue splitter because I want to be able to use them for portable use. Many people advertise medieval cue splitter but I have heard some less than positive things about this program. I have no idea if they are founded or not. I also have just started using Foobar2000 and have heard that you can split cue files through there. Basically, what I want to ask is:
1. Do I risk deteriorating the quality of my lossless files by splitting them?
2. Is Medieval Cue Splitter truly less reliable than other splitting methods? I hear this is the most user friendly (i.e. best for the technically impaired) program to use.
3. If it is possible to split through Foobar2000, how would I go about this process? I think this would be the most convenient method since I use Foobar all the time.
Thank you all for your input.