I have a freeware program called MP3Directcut that I use to split large MP3 files into pieces. It works pretty well, its lossless and supports a silence detection feature that works well for splitting up audio books. Basically it looks for points between the speech and places a cut point there. Then I can just use the save split option to save the pieces into different files quickly. It even has an option to change the ID3 tags but I could get around not having that. Can anyone recommend something like this for WMA files? I'd prefer lossless but I really need the silence/pause detection feature because manually finding split points would take way to long. I'd prefer freeware and lossless but I'm open to all suggestions. It would be really nice if it did tag/metadata updates when saving the splits but I can workaround that with another tag editor program if need be.