Some users upload a whole album as a single mp3 file. Is there a tool for Windows which can automatically create separate mp3 files from that file? I don't want to do this manually. I don't care what the mp3 file name is nor if it has missing tags and meta info.
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The point of direct MP3 editors like mp3dc is that they won't re-encode the file. If you load, split and save in a traditional audio editor such as Audacity, you'll be decompressing and recompressing the data; because MP3 is a lossy format that would inevitably result in degraded audio quality.
There's a whole ton of those out there. The problem with the 'automatic' ones is that they do 'silence checking' to determine when one song ends and the next begins.
Since lots of songs have 'silent' parts in them, you usually end up needing to manually check everything at the end anyway.
Having said that, the program I use for all my audio editing needs is Audacity. It's free, open source, and cross platform.
It has silence checking in it, as well as other tools to help you split large MP3s into individual tracks. Here's a link to their Wiki article on the subject. Plus all you'll need to fix what the 'automatic' things mess up. ;)