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When I try to use Medieval Cue Splitter for an .ape file I get this:

Could not find MACDII.dll (version 4.0 or better) on your system. APE file engine was disabled.

Is there a way to do this in Cue Splitter? Or is there some other software that can split .ape files?

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download and install the latest version of Monkey's Audio

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Oooh...Monkey's Audio creates .APE files - I get it! – DeveloperDan Mar 11 '14 at 14:35

I would suggest CUETools when the *.cue file is available. It splits the file when Mode > Tracks is selected.

CUETools, Encode, Tracks

It also connects to an online ripping accuracy database to query data:

CUETools -- AccurateRip

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