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8 programs for manipulating mono WAV Files.
a commandline tool to analyse and cut mpeg2 program streams.
Quick and Dirty
This section contains some quick and dirty Linux hacks.
There is no documentation besides the source, the code in hardly readable,
and there is a good chance it won't even compile, let alone
do anything useful on your system.
You've been warned.
- The GSM Tools contain 2 small programs
(gsm2wav and wav2gsm) for GSM audio compression, using the GSM library
from Jutta Degener and
Carsten Bormann. Since the
Real Encoder doen't work with my
soundcard (and lacks a CLI decoder, btw.), I've made up these
commandline tools for recording radio broadcasts via cronjob.
- Wavevote is a commandline program, which
takes several grabbed versions of the same CD track and generates a new
wavefile by combining the data of all input-files. The program uses a combined
voting and interpolation heuristic and has been able to eliminated all audible
errors form tracks with >1000 scratches by using 5 different takes of cdda2wav
and/or cdparanoia. While the program worked ok for me, it is still far from
perfect (especially the synchronsation method, which currently simply aligns
all sample files to the first file in the command line).
- Speed is a speedometer to measure the data rate
of files, devices and pipes. Useful for monitoring the progress of lengthy
batch jobs, testing filesystem and network throughput, scanning for faulty
harddisk regions and checking of minimal input rates for streaming applications
like audio playback or CD recording. Uses gettimeofday instead of times since version 0.2.
- MP3Suck is a perl script for downloading binary
multipart postings from a newsserver.
It uses 'dialog' to select newsgroups and files, is capable of forking itself in
the background and contains special support for checking and/or repairing MP3 files.
- QWlog is a perl script for generating stats from
a quake world server log.
Copyright by Bernhard Ömer
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