DiskSpeedTest 256GB OEM v. 960GB Transcend 855 SSD MacPro 2013, 12-Core, 64GB RAM


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WVGAIN(1)																 WVGAIN(1)

NAME
wvgain - adds ReplayGain information to wavpack files SYNOPSIS
wvgain [-options] INFILE... DESCRIPTION
wvgain perceptually analyzes WavPack audio files for volume, calculates ReplayGain information based on this, and adds the appropriate APEv2 tag fields. ReplayGain-enabled players will use this information to produce the same perceived loudness on all tracks. Both individual track and whole album ReplayGain information can be calculated. OPTIONS
-a album mode (all files scanned are considered an album) -c clean ReplayGain values from all files -d display calculated values only (no files are modified) -i ignore .wvc file (forces hybrid lossy) -n new files only (skip files with track info, or album info if album mode specified) -s show stored values only (no analysis) -q quiet (keep console output to a minimum) SEE ALSO
wavpack(1), wvunpack(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 WVGAIN(1)

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