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SFCONVERT(1)									     SFCONVERT(1)

NAME
       sfconvert - convert audio files

SYNOPSIS
       sfconvert infile outfile [output options]

DESCRIPTION
       The sfconvert command converts an audio file to another file format or data format.

OPTIONS
       The following keywords specify the format of the output sound file:

       format f
	   Output file format.	f must be one of the following:

	   aiff    Audio Interchange File Format
	   aifc    AIFF-C
	   next    NeXT/Sun .snd/.au Format
	   wave    MS RIFF WAVE
	   bicsf   Berkeley/IRCAM/CARL Sound File
		   Format
	   smp	   Sample Vision Format
	   voc	   Creative Voice File Format
	   nist    NIST SPHERE Format
	   caf	   Core Audio Format
	   flac    FLAC

       compression c

	   ulaw      G.711 mu-law
	   alaw      G.711 A-law
	   ima	     IMA ADPCM
	   msadpcm   Microsoft ADPCM
	   flac      FLAC
	   alac      Apple Lossless Audio Codec

       byteorder e
	   Output byte order.  e may be either big or little.

       channels n
	   Number of output channels.  n is 1 for mono, and 2 for stereo.

       integer n s
	   Convert to integer audio data.  n indicates the output sample width in bits.  s
	   specifies the sample format and may be either 2scomp for 2's complement signed data or
	   unsigned for unsigned data.

       float m
	   Convert to floating-point audio data with a maximum amplitude of m (usually 1.0). The
	   integer and float options are mutually exclusive.

       The following options take no additional arguments:

       --help, -h
	   Print help message.

       --version, -v
	   Print version information.

SEE ALSO
       sfinfo(1)

AUTHOR
       Michael Pruett <michael@68k.org>

Audio File Library 0.3.6		    03/06/2013				     SFCONVERT(1)
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