The mp3 splitter should take one mp3 file as input and a list of cue points (minute:second:hundredth) and output each part of the original mp3 file as new valid mp3-files to a folder.
No recompression is needed. Basically, it's just a matter of splitting the mp3 file and adding headers to each part so that they are valid mp3 files.
It should be coded in c# or vb.net. The main application uses the .NET 4.0 framework.
splitmp3("c:\[url removed, login to view]",listofcuepoints,outputfolder)
then it will save the mp3-files into the outputfolder and each file is just numbered, starting at 1. so... [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view] and so on.