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cueconvert(1)						      General Commands Manual						     cueconvert(1)

cueconvert - convert files between CUE and TOC formats SYNOPSIS
cueconvert [ -i format | --input-format=format ] [ -o format | --output-format=format ] [ infile [ outfile ] ] cueconvert --help DESCRIPTION
cueconvert coverts files between the CUE and TOC formats, each of which are commonly used by compact disc ripping software to denote track breakpoints and other data. The operands are optional; if infile is not specified, cueconvert reads from standard input, and if outfile is not specified, it writes to standard output. If no filenamess are specified, standard input is used, and an input format option must be specified. The complementary format is used for output. If filenames are provided, but format options are not specified, the input and output formats will be guessed based on each filename's suf- fix (e.g., .cue or .toc). This heuristic is case-insensitive. OPTIONS
-h, --help displays a usage message and exits. -i format, --input-format=format sets the expected format of the input file to format. -o format, --output-format=format sets the format of the generated output file to format. The option argument format must be either cue or toc. EXIT STATUS
cueconvert exits with status zero if it successfully coverts the input file, and nonzero if there were problems. AUTHOR
Cuetools was written by Svend Sorensen. Branden Robinson contributed fixes and enhancements to the utilities and documentation. SEE ALSO
cuebreakpoints(1), cueprint(1) cueconvert(1)

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AUCONVERT(1)						      General Commands Manual						      AUCONVERT(1)

auconvert - perform various conversion operations on sound files SYNOPSIS
auconvert [-file <format>] [-data <format>] [-rate <sample rate>] [-comment <comment>] [-raw <data format> <num tracks>] [-volume <per- cent>|`max'] [-?] [<input file>] [<output file>] DESCRIPTION
The auconvert program can be used to convert from one sound file format, and/or data format to another. It can also change the comment, sampling rate, and volume of a sound file. Finally, auconvert can be used to convert raw audio data into a sound file. If no input file name is given, standard input will be used. If no output file name is given, the original file will be replaced by the converted file or standard out will be used if the input is coming from standard input. OPTIONS
The following options may be used with auconvert: -file format The output file format. The -? option will display a list of valid file formats. -data format The output data format. The -? option will display a list of valid data formats. Note that each file format may only support selected data formats. -rate sample rate The output sampling rate (in hertz). -comment comment The comment to be stored in the output file. -volume <percent>|`max' The volume option can be used in two ways. If the argument is a percentage, the output file volume will be converted to the speci- fied percentage of the input volume. If the argument is the string `max', the output file volume will be converted to its maximum level. -raw <data format> <num tracks> This option is used to convert raw audio data into a sound file. <data format> is the data format of the raw data. <num tracks> specifies the number of tracks in the raw data. You must also use the -file and -rate options when converting raw data. -? Displays a usage message and a list of supported file and data formats. SEE ALSO
nas(1), auedit(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1993, 1994 Network Computing Devices, Inc. AUTHOR
Greg Renda, Network Computing Devices, Inc. 1.9.3 AUCONVERT(1)