Flacon extracts individual tracks from one big audio file containing the entire album of music and saves them as separate audio files. To do this, it uses information from the appropriate CUE file.
Besides, Flacon makes it possible to conveniently revise or specify tags both for all tracks at once or for each tag separately.
* Supported input formats: WAV, FLAC, APE, WV.
* Supported out formats: FLAC, WAV, OGG or MP3.
* Replay Gain analysis (album-gain and track-gain modes).
* Multi-threaded conversion process.
* flac (optional, for decoding and encoding FLAC files)
* mac (optional, for decoding APE files)
* wavpack (optional, for decoding WV files)
* oggenc (optional, for encoding OGG files)
* lame (optional, for encoding MP3 files)
* metaflac (optional, for FLAC replay gain)
* vorbisgain (optional, for OGG replay gain)
* mp3gain (optional, for MP3 replay gain)
Written in Python, Flacon uses some external programs (see requires), which is why you’ve got to install these programs.
To test the program, just extract the archive and run the file flacon.py.
To install the program, execute: sudo make install.
Ubuntu users can simply install it with adding PPA launchpad repositories https:/