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SNDFILE-INTERLEAVE(1)					      General Commands Manual					     SNDFILE-INTERLEAVE(1)

sndfile-interleave - convert multiple single channel files into a multi-channel file sndfile-deinterleave - split a multi-channel into multiple single channel files SYNOPSIS
sndfile-interleave <input 1> <input 2> ... -o <output file> sndfile-deinterleave filename DESCRIPTION
sndfile-interleave and sndfile-deinterleave use libsndfile ( to convert back and forth between multi- ple single channel files and a single multi-channel sound file. Run "sndfile-interleave --help" or "sndfile-deinterleave --help" for more information AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Erik de Castro Lopo <>. December 14, 2009 SNDFILE-INTERLEAVE(1)

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JACK_CAPTURE(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   JACK_CAPTURE(1)

jack_capture - A program for recording anything from jack SYNOPSIS
jack_capture [options] bar [options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the jack_capture command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. jack_capture is a cli program for recording any audio signal from jack to audio audio formats supported by libsndfile library (wav, aiff, ogg, flac, wavex, au, etc.) For more info about libsndfile see OPTIONS
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -b, --bitdepth n is by default FLOAT. It can be set to either 8, 16, 24 or 32. (for relevant formats) -c, --channels n is by default 2. -p, --port port is by default set to the two first physical outputs. The "port" argument can be specified more than once. -d, --duration s Recording is stopped after "s" seconds. -z, --leading-zeros n "n" is the number of zeros to in the autogenerated filename. (-z 2 -> jack_capture_001.wav, and so on.) (default is 1) -f, --format format Selects fileformat provided by libsndfile. See (Default is wav for 1 or 2 chan- nels, and wavex for more than 2.) -pf, --print-formats Prints all sound formats provided to sndfile to screen and then exits. -v, --version Prints out version. -s, --silent Suppress some common messages printed to the terminal. -V, --verbose] Prints some extra information to the terminal. -mp3, --mp3 Writes to an mp3 file using liblame (LAME). (the --format option has no effect using this option) -mp3q, --mp3-quality n Selects mp3 quality provided by liblame. n=0 is best, n=9 is worst. Default n is 2. (0 uses the most amount of CPU, 9 uses the least) -mp3b, --mp3-bitrate n Selects mp3 bitrate (in kbit/s). Default is set by liblame. (currently 128) -ws, --write-to-stdout Writes 16 bit little endian to stdout. (the --format option, the --mp3 option, and some others have no effect using this option) -dm, --disable-meter Disable console meter -hbu, --hide-buffer-usage Disable buffer usage. -dc, --disable-console Disable console updates. Same as "-dm -hbu". -lm, --linear-meter Use linear scale for the console meter (default is dB scale) -dBr, --dB-meter-reference Specify reference level for dB meter. (default=0) -mb, --meterbridge Start up meterbridge to monitor recorded sound. -mt, --meterbridge-type Specify type. vu (default), ppm, dpm, jf or sco. -mr, --meterbridge-reference Specify reference level for meterbidge. -jt, --jack-transport Start program, but do not start recording until jack transport has started rolling. When jack transport stops, the recording is stopped, and the program ends. -jtm, --jack-transport-multi Similar to --jack-transport, but do not end program when jack transport stops. Instead, record to a new file when jack_transport start rolling again. (not implemented yet) -B, --bufsize s Initial/minimum buffer size in seconds. Default is 8 seconds for mp3 files, and 4 seconds for all other formats. -MB, --maxbufsize Maximum buffer size in seconds. jack_capture will allocate. Default is 40. (Buffer is automatically increased during -fn, --filename Specify filename. (It's usually easier to set last argument instead) EXAMPLES
jack_capture [--bitdepth n] [--channels n] [--port port] [filename] jack_capture [-b n] [-c n] [-p port] [filename] jack_capture To record a stereo file of what you hear. ack_capture -f flac To record a stereo file of what you hear in the flac format. jack_capture -f ogg To record a stereo file of what you hear in the ogg format. jack_capture -mp3 To record a stereo file of what you hear in the mp3 format. jack_capture --channels 2 --port system:playback* To record a stereo file of what you hear in the wav format. jack_capture --port jamin:out* sound_from_jamin.wav To record the output from jamin. jack_capture --port jamin:in* sound_to_jamin.wav To record all sound coming in to jamin. jack_capture --port jamin* sound_to_and_from_jamin.wav To record all sound coming in and out of jamin. jack_capture -c 2 -p system:capture* To record a stereo file from the soundcard. SEE ALSO
jackd(1). AUTHOR
jack_capture was written by Kjetil Matheussen This manual page was written by Jaromir Mike <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). July 28, 2010 JACK_CAPTURE(1)
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