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snap2tzx(1)							     Emulators							       snap2tzx(1)

NAME
snap2tzx - Convert ZX Spectrum snapshot to .tzx tape images SYNOPSIS
snap2tzx [-1 string] [-2 string] [-b colour] [-g string] [-l string] [-o filename] [-r] [-s speed] [-v] [-$ filename] snapshot DESCRIPTION
snap2tzx converts a ZX Spectrum snapshot into a .tzx tape image. OPTIONS
-1 string causes string (which has a maximum of 32 characters) to be shown while loading. -2 string causes string (maximum 32 characters) to also be shown while loading. -b colour specifies the border colour while loading. -g string causes string (maximum 32 characters) to be used as the game name while loading. -l string causes string (maximum 8 characters) to be used as the BASIC filename in the loader. -o filename causes the output to be sent to filename. -r causes the final line of attribute data in the loading screen to be bright. -s speed specifies the speed of the loader; available values for speed are 0 (1500 bps), 1 (2250 bps), 2 (3000 bps) and 3 (6000 bps). -v specifies verbose output. -$ filename specifies that the ZX Spectrum screen stored in filename should be used as the loading screen. snapshot specifies the snapshot (in a format supported by libspectrum(3)) to be converted. In any string parameter, the tilde (~) will be converted into a copyright symbol. BUGS
None known. SEE ALSO
fuse(1), fuse-utils(1), libspectrum(3), listbasic(1), snapconv(1) The comp.sys.sinclair Spectrum FAQ, at http://www.worldofspectrum.org/faq/index.html. AUTHOR
Philip Kendall (philip-fuse@shadowmagic.org.uk). Tomaz Kac wrote z802tzx (ftp://ftp.worldofspectrum.org/pub/sinclair/tools/unix/z802tzx-1.2.tar.gz), on which snap2tzx is very heavily based. Martijn van der Heide wrote the turbo-loading code, originally for Taper (http://www.worldofspectrum.org/taper.html). Version 1.0.0 16th December, 2010 snap2tzx(1)

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audio2tape(1)							     Emulators							     audio2tape(1)

NAME
audio2tape - Sinclair ZX Spectrum audio to tape file converter SYNOPSIS
audio2tape [-t type] [-s] [-r] [-k] [-z level] [-c level] infile outfile DESCRIPTION
audio2tape converts audio files to ZX Spectrum tape images. OPTIONS
-t type causes type to be used as the level detection trigger. There are two triggers implemented; the simple trigger just uses a threshold value to convert to a one or zero on output, and the schmitt trigger implements a Schmitt trigger which outputs a less noisy signal, but requires a stronger signal to noise ratio than the simple trigger. The default trigger is "schmitt". -s causes the display of a frequency graph showing the sound levels present in the audio file. This can be useful when selecting good crossover points. -r causes any ROM blocks that are recognised to use idealised timing figures rather than the exact ones found in the audio file. -k causes the tape file that is produced to keep any audio data from the original audio file that isn't recognised. This will allow unsupported loading schemes, encryption tones etc. to be preserved in the file that is produced. -z level causes level to be used as the zero point in the supplied audio file, it allows adjustment for a DC offset in the audio file. The default level is 127 from a range of 0-255. -c level causes level to be used as the Schmitt trigger noise threshold, this reduces the sensitivity to noise in the provided file. The default level is 8 from a range of 0-127. infile specifies the audio file to be converted. This file can be in any of the tape formats supported by libaudiofile. outfile specifies the output tape file. The format will be determined by the file extension and can be in any of the formats libspectrum(3) supports for output. BUGS
None known. SEE ALSO
fuse(1), fuse-utils(1), libspectrum(3), listbasic(1), tapeconv(1), tzxlist(1), snap2tzx(1), tape2wav(1) The comp.sys.sinclair Spectrum FAQ, at http://www.worldofspectrum.org/faq/index.html. AUTHOR
Fredrick Meunier (fredm@spamcop.net). Version 1.0.0 16th December, 2010 audio2tape(1)
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