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WVUNPACK(1)									      WVUNPACK(1)

NAME
       wvunpack - decodes wavpack encoded files

SYNOPSIS
       wvunpack [-options] INFILE... [-o OUTFILE]

DESCRIPTION
       wvunpack decodes WavPack files back to their uncompressed wav or raw form using the
       options provided. Unless overridden with the -o switch, the resulting filename will be
       source-name.wav (or source-name.raw when -r used). Multiple WavPack input files may be
       specified resulting in multiple output files, and in that case -o may be used to specify
       an alternate target directory.  Stdin and stdout may be specified with "-". WavPack files
       are generally created with the wavpack program.

OPTIONS
       -b
	   blindly decode all stream blocks and ignore length info

       -c
	   do not decode audio but instead just extract cuesheet stored in APEv2 tag to stdout
	   (equivalent to -x "cuesheet")

       -cc
	   extract cuesheet stored in APEv2 tag to source-name.cue file in same directory as
	   decoded audio file (equivalent to -xx "cuesheet=%a.cue")

       -d
	   delete source file if successful (use with caution!)

       --help
	   display extended help

       -i
	   ignore .wvc file (forces hybrid lossy decompression)

       -m
	   calculate and display MD5 signature; verify if lossless

       --no-utf8-convert
	   leave extracted text tags in UTF-8 encoding during extraction or display

       -o OUTFILE
	   specify output filename (only if single source file) or target directory (must exist)

       -q
	   quiet (keep console output to a minimum)

       -r
	   force raw audio decode by skipping RIFF headers & trailers, results in source-name.raw

       -s
	   do not decode audio but simply display summary information about WavPack file to
	   stdout

       -ss
	   do not decode audio but simply display summary and tag information about WavPack file
	   to stdout

	--skip=[sample|hh:mm:ss.ss]
	   start decoding at specified sample or time index

       -t
	   copy input file's time stamp to output file(s)

	--until=[+|-][sample|hh:mm:ss.ss]
	   stop decoding at specified sample or time index, specifying a + causes sample/time to
	   be relative to --skip point, specifying a - causes sample/time to be relative to EOF

       -v
	   verify source data only (no output file created)

       -w
	   regenerate fresh wav header (ingore RIFF data stored in WavPack file)

       -x "Field"
	   do not decode audio but instead just extract the specified tag field to stdout

       -xx "Field[=file]"
	   extract the specified tag field to named file in same directory as decoded audio file;
	   optional filename specification may contain %a which is replaced with the audio file
	   base name, %t replaced with the tag field name (note: comes from data for binary tags)
	   and %e replaced with the extension from the binary tag source file (or "txt" for text
	   tag).

       -y
	   yes to overwrite warning (use with caution!)

SEE ALSO
       wavpack(1), wvgain(1)

       Please visit www.wavpack.com for more information

COPYRIGHT
       This manual page was written by Sebastian Droge <slomo@debian.org> and David Bryant
       <david@wavpack.com>. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
       under the terms of the BSD License.

AUTHORS
       Sebastian Droge <slomo@debian.org>
	   Author.

       David Bryant <david@wavpack.com>
	   Author.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2005 Sebastian Droge
       Copyright (C) 2009 David Bryant

					    2009-10-17				      WVUNPACK(1)
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