Splitting The MP3
We can use several tools for splitting MP3s.
There is WavePad Audio Editor for Mac, a freeware app that makes it possible to split large MP3s. Another alternative app with a better interface, although not free, is Fission by Rogue Amoeba (available for $32). Since we've been using a lot of freeware in this guide, we'll proceed with WavePad Audio Editor, which will produce the same results.
Open up the resulting MP3 from the concert DVD rip video file with WavePad Audio Editor. This app lets you save a selection, cut, copy, paste and so on in a particular audio file you're working on. We want to create smaller MP3s per song, so select on the song sections sequentially.
Use the frequency waves as a guide when selecting song sections. You can play and listen to your current selections to check if your selections are spliced properly.
As with most concert performances, songs are separated by loud audience applause. Therefore, songs typically start and end with applauses.
It would be best to name your files sequentially, putting in "01 [Song Title].mp3" for the first song and so on, to guide you when you start putting in tags - especially when it comes to track numbers - in iTunes. How you split the MP3 is up to you.
Keep repeating this process until you get to the end of the concert audio, and you'll end up with a list of songs.