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wavpack 4.60.1 (32 & 64bit)
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plinej

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PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug 2011, 14:26    Post subject:  wavpack 4.60.1 (32 & 64bit)
Subject description: lossless audio encoder/decoder
 

http://www.wavpack.com/

includes executables:

wavpack
Code:
# wavpack --help

 WAVPACK  Hybrid Lossless Audio Compressor  Linux Version 4.60.1
 Copyright (c) 1998 - 2009 Conifer Software.  All Rights Reserved.

 Usage:
    WAVPACK [-options] [@]infile[.wav]|- [...] [-o [@]outfile[.wv]|outpath|-]
      (default operation is lossless; infile(s) may contain wildcards: ?,*)

 Options:
    -a                      Adobe Audition (CoolEdit) mode for 32-bit floats
    -bn                     enable hybrid compression
                              n = 2.0 to 23.9 bits/sample, or
                              n = 24-9600 kbits/second (kbps)
                              add -c to create correction file (.wvc)
    --blocksize=n           specify block size in samples (max = 131072 and
                               min = 16 with --merge-blocks, otherwise 128)
    -c                      hybrid lossless mode (use with -b to create
                             correction file (.wvc) in hybrid mode)
    -cc                     maximum hybrid lossless compression (but degrades
                             decode speed and may result in lower quality)
    --channel-order=<list>  specify (comma separated) channel order if not
                             Microsoft standard (which is FL,FR,FC,LFE,BL,BR,
                             LC,FRC,BC,SL,SR,TC,TFL,TFC,TFR,TBL,TBC,TBR);
                             specify '...' to indicate that channels are not
                             assigned to specific speakers, or terminate list
                             with '...' to indicate that any channels beyond
                             those specified are unassigned
    -d                      delete source file if successful (use with caution!)
    -f                      fast mode (faster encode and decode, but some
                             compromise in compression ratio)
    -h                      high quality (better compression ratio, but slower
                             encode and decode than default mode)
    -hh                     very high quality (best compression, but slowest
                             and NOT recommended for portable hardware use)
    --help                  this extended help display
    -i                      ignore length in wav header (no pipe output allowed)
    -jn                     joint-stereo override (0 = left/right, 1 = mid/side)
    -m                      compute & store MD5 signature of raw audio data
    --merge-blocks          merge consecutive blocks with equal redundancy
                             (used with --blocksize option and is useful for
                             files generated by the lossyWAV program or
                             decoded HDCD files)
    -n                      calculate average and peak quantization noise
                             (for hybrid mode only, reference fullscale sine)
    --no-utf8-convert       don't recode passed tags from local encoding to
                             UTF-8, assume they are in UTF-8 already.
    -o FILENAME | PATH      specify output filename or path
    --optimize-mono         optimization for stereo files that are really mono
                             (result may be incompatible with older decoders)
    -p                      practical float storage (also affects 32-bit
                             integers, no longer technically lossless)
    --pair-unassigned-chans encode unassigned channels into stereo pairs
    -q                      quiet (keep console output to a minimum)
    -r                      generate a new RIFF wav header (removes any
                             extra chunk info from existing header)
    --raw-pcm               input data is raw pcm (44100 Hz, 16-bit, 2-ch)
    --raw-pcm=sr,bps,ch     input data is raw pcm with specified sample rate,
                             sample bit depth, and number of channels
                             (specify 32f for 32-bit floating point data)
    -sn                     override default noise shaping where n is a float
                             value between -1.0 and 1.0; negative values move noise
                             lower in freq, positive values move noise higher
                             in freq, use '0' for no shaping (white noise)
    -t                      copy input file's time stamp to output file(s)
    --use-dns               force use of dynamic noise shaping (hybrid mode only)
    -w "Field=Value"        write specified text metadata to APEv2 tag
    -w "Field=@file.ext"    write specified text metadata from file to APEv2
                             tag, normally used for embedded cuesheets and logs
                             (field names "Cuesheet" and "Log")
    --write-binary-tag "Field=@file.ext"
                            write the specified binary metadata file to APEv2
                             tag, normally used for cover art with the specified
                             field name "Cover Art (Front)"
    -x[n]                   extra encode processing (optional n = 1 to 6, 1=default)
                             -x1 to -x3 to choose best of predefined filters
                             -x4 to -x6 to generate custom filters (very slow!)
    -y                      yes to all warnings (use with caution!)

 Web:
     Visit www.wavpack.com for latest version and complete information


wvunpack
Code:
# wvunpack --help

 WVUNPACK  Hybrid Lossless Audio Decompressor  Linux Version 4.60.1
 Copyright (c) 1998 - 2009 Conifer Software.  All Rights Reserved.

 Usage:   WVUNPACK [-options] [@]infile[.wv]|- [...] [-o [@]outfile[.wav]|outpath|-]
             (infile may contain wildcards: ?,*)

 Options: -b  = blindly decode all stream blocks & ignore length info
          -c  = extract cuesheet only to stdout (no audio decode)
               (note: equivalent to -x "cuesheet")
          -cc = extract cuesheet file (.cue) in addition to audio file
               (note: equivalent to -xx "cuesheet=%a.cue")
          -d  = delete source file if successful (use with caution!)
          --help = this help display
          -i  = ignore .wvc file (forces hybrid lossy decompression)
          -m  = calculate and display MD5 signature; verify if lossless
          --no-utf8-convert = leave tag items in UTF-8 on extract or display
          -q  = quiet (keep console output to a minimum)
          -o FILENAME | PATH = specify output filename or path
          -r  = force raw audio decode (results in .raw extension)
          -s  = display summary information only to stdout (no audio decode)
          -ss = display super summary (including tags) to stdout (no decode)
          --skip=[sample|hh:mm:ss.ss] = start decoding at specified sample/time
          -t  = copy input file's time stamp to output file(s)
          --until=[+|-][sample|hh:mm:ss.ss] = stop decoding at specified sample/time
              (specifying a '+' causes sample/time to be relative to '--skip' point;
               specifying a '-' causes sample/time to be relative to end of file)
          -v  = verify source data only (no output file created)
          -w  = regenerate .wav header (ignore RIFF data in file)
          -x "Field" = extract specified tag field only to stdout (no audio decode)
          -xx "Field[=file]" = extract specified tag field to file, optional
              filename specification can inlude following replacement codes:
                %a = audio output filename
                %t = tag field name (note: comes from data for binary tags)
                %e = extension from binary tag source file, or 'txt' for text tag
          -y  = yes to overwrite warning (use with caution!)

 Web:     Visit www.wavpack.com for latest version and info


wvgain
Code:
# wvgain --help
illegal option: - !       
illegal option: h !       
illegal option: e !       
illegal option: l !       
illegal option: p !       
 Usage:   WVGAIN [-options] [@]infile[.wv] [...]
             (infiles may contain wildcards: ?,*)

 Options: -a  = album mode (all files scanned are considered an album)
          -c  = clean ReplayGain values from all files (no analysis)
          -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)

 Web:     Visit www.wavpack.com for latest version and info

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PostPosted: Mon 14 Nov 2011, 00:07    Post subject:  

added a 64bit version
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