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Manual Reference Pages  -  TONETOOL (1)

NAME

tonetool - create and manipulate telephony tones.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Bugs
Author
Copyright

SYNOPSIS

tonetool -append [-offset=pos] [-level=level] target tonespec...
tonetool -create [-encoding=codec] [-level=level] target tonespec...
tonetool -detect input files...
tonetool -list [-file=config] [-locale=where] tone
tonetool -play [-level=level] tonespec...

DESCRIPTION

Teltones is used to generate or play audio telephony tones based on a "spec". The spec can be "dtmf digitstring" to create or play dtmf digits, "mf digitstring" to create or play mf digits, "single ...", to create or play a single tone, or "dual ..." to create or play a dual tone. Teltones can also be used to detect dtmf digits contained in audio files.

-append Appends the generated tone to the end of an existing audio file.
-create Create a new audio file from scratch and fill with the tone specified.
-detect Process an existing audio file and report on dtmf digits found.
-list List a tone entry definition by sequencing. -play Generate a tone or dialing string and play it to the local soundcard.

BUGS

At this time tonetool always assumes all data is sourced at 8khz and does not support sample rate conversion.

AUTHOR

Written by David Sugar.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <dyfet@gnu.org>.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2005 David Sugar, Tycho Softworks.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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GNU ccAudio Tone Tool TONETOOL (1) Febuary 2005

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