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faac - open source MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 AAC encoder
faac [options] [-o outfile] infiles ...
<infiles> and/or <outfile> can be "-", which means stdin/stdout.
FAAC is an open source MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 AAC encoder, it is licensed under the LGPL
license. Note that the quality of FAAC is not up to par with the currently best AAC
* Reasonably fast
* LC, Main, LTP support
* DRM support through DreaM (optional)
Set default variable bitrate (VBR) quantizer quality in percent (default: 100).
Set average bitrate (ABR, lower quality mode) to approximately bitrate kbps.
Set the bandwidth in Hz (default: automatic).
-o X Set output file to X (only for one input file).
-r Use RAW AAC output file.
-P Raw PCM input mode (default: 44100Hz 16bit stereo).
-R Raw PCM input rate.
-B Raw PCM input sample size (8, 16 [default], 24 or 32bits).
-C Raw PCM input channels.
-X Raw PCM swap input bytes
Input channel config (default: 3,4 [which means Center is third and LFE is
MP4-SPECIFIC OPTIONS (if built with MP4V2)
-w Wrap AAC data in MP4 container (default for *.mp4 and *.m4a).
-s Optimize MP4 container layout after encoding.
Set artist to X
Set writer to X
Set title to X
Set genre to X
Set album to X
Set track to X (number/total)
Set disc to X (number/total)
Set year to X
Read cover art from file X
Set comment to X
--help for short help on using FAAC.
for a description of all options for FAAC.
for the license terms for FAAC.
FAAC was written by M. Bakker <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manpage was written by Fabian Greffrath <email@example.com> for the Debian
Unofficial project (but may be used by others, of course).
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