The trap, Windows users never think about the users of other Operating systems.
I've downloaded a .ape file, Sure I didn't know this before the download completed.
Now what ? a bit of googling showed me that this is a monkey audio format or whatever it's called.
You can use foobar 2000 to play it, It'll run under wine but I don't like the idea.
I've found a plugin for xmms and bmp but I still don't like it.
During my search I've found an application called nrg2iso It converts nero format to iso. Not bad but this is a side effect of googling ;-)
This page is very good.
Looks like there's something called cue2wav that can solve it but the page seems down or whatever. I think more details are available here!
Anyway I failed to build the SDK and I'm using the linux port to get a wav. Now that I have a wav let's split it. The guy was nice to include a "cue" sheet so let's get a list of breakpoints:
cuebreakpoints foo.cue 3:29.56 8:13.37 13:43.38 23:07.40 32:03.08 34:56.09 39:28.47 45:06.34 49:30.71 54:25.68 59:14.67
Then we can feed them to shntool and split the file. shntool split foo.wav "it'll read the split points from stdin!".