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ecalength - prints audio file length and other information
ecalength [-ahtsfmbcr] FILE1 [FILE2] [FILEn]
This is ecalength, a few lines of code pompously named so because they let one retrieve
the length of an audio file from the command line using ecasound’s engine.
- With files without header information (raw files), ecalength will only work
correctly if the audio file is at a sampling rate of 44100 hz. (Addressed with the
- It is not foolproof, feeding it with something other than an audio file WILL
result in ugly things being spewed back. (A bit better)
- A thousand more that I haven’t thought of.
-h Prints this usage message. (help)
Changes the format assumed by default for headerless data. (adjust)
-t Prints the summed length of all the files processed. (total) (Ignored if with -s)
-s Enables script mode: One info type per file per line. (script) (Defaults to
length in secs.)
-f With -s will return the format string as info, alone it will add it to the main
-b If -s and -f are enabled with this the info printed will be the sample’s bitwidth.
-c If -s and -f are enabled with this the info printed will be the channel count.
-r If -s and -f are enabled with this the info printed will be the sampling rate.
-m Will print human computable time as in main display but in batch fashion. (minutes)
(Only with -s)
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