you should use cue tools as it is better medieval also encodes the file again so the md5 file changes and cue tools also verifies the files exactly , although there is a big letdown as it cannot process more than red book standard 44.1khz /16 bit , I always resample as 24 bit and higher than 44.1 to me is a waste of space , so to me it not bad at all , but if you have some 44.1khz songs you should try it out : http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Download
also foobar can split the files as well but it is a bit more tedious , any ways try both of the ways.
this is the proof that medieval is bad : https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,57563.0.html#entry683198
Thank you, I liked foobar2000. It's great!