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Manual Reference Pages  -  WAVEPLAY (1)

NAME

waveplay - an audio player

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Authors

SYNOPSIS

waveplay [-chrs] [-b size] [-B bits] [-C channels] [-f dev] [-S rate] [-] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION

The waveplay utility plays audio files. The file operands are processed in command line order. A single dash represents the standard input. Supported formats are Windows RIFF WAVE format (only linear PCM) and linear PCM raw format without header.

The options are as follows:
-b size
  Use an audio output buffer of size kbytes. The default size is 2 kbytes.
-B bits
  Specify the number of bits per sample. The default is 16.
-c The audio data are written to standard output.
-C channels
  Specify the number of channels. The default is 2 (stereo).
-f dev Specify the audio device to use. The default is /dev/dsp.
-h Print a help message and exit.
-r Treat an input file as raw format. You can specify the sampling rate, the number of bits per sample, and the number of channels with the -S , -B , and -C options, respectively, in which case the -r option can be omitted.
-s Silent mode. Suppress messages.
-S rate
  Specify the sampling frequencey. The default is 44100(Hz).

AUTHORS

The waveplay command was written by
.An Yoshihide SONODA Aq yshd@na.rim.or.jp .
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