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       espctag - Edit tags of SPC files (ID666)


       espctag [OPTION]... FILE...


       By  default,  espctag prints ID666 tags extracted from SPC files (SNES audio files) on the
       standard output. When called with the --set switch,  flags  accept  an  argument  and  the
       corresponding fields are modified. Files are processed in the order specified.


   Operations (mutually exclusive)
       -s, --set
              Set tags

       -g, --get
              Print tags. This is the default behaviour

   Global options
       -f, --file
              Print file names

       -n, --field
              Don't print field names

       -t, --type
              Print tags format

       -rFORMAT, --rename=FORMAT
              Rename  file  based  on tags. FORMAT is a template string where ordinary characters
              are simply  used  as-is,  while  conversion  specifications  introduced  by  a  '%'
              character  cause  corresponding  tag to be formatted and used on the new file name.
              The conversion specifications have the form:


              case-modifier can be '>' for lower case or '<' for upper case.
              max-width is an integer in the range 0-99,  it  specifies  the  maximum  number  of
              characters that will be used in the new file name.

              The folowing conversion specifications can appear in the template string:

              %s Song title

              %g Game title

              %n Dumper name

              %c Comments

              %d Dump date

              %l Length

              %f Fade length

              %a Artist

              %m Channels

              %e Emulator

              %% Literal '%' character

              Every other conversion specification will cause an error.

       -b, --backup-rsn
              Backup  the  input RSN file if it should be changed. This can save you if something
              goes wrong between the moment the file is deleted and the moment it is recreated

       -e, --no-error
              When several files must be treated, espctag will not stop when an error occurs.  It
              will ignore the file and pass to the next.

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose mode

   Field selection
       -a, --all
              Select all fields. Can not be used with --set

       -S[SONG_TITLE], --song[=SONG_TITLE]
              Print/Set song title

       -G[GAME_TITLE], --game[=GAME_TITLE]
              Print/Set game title

       -N[DUMPER_NAME], --dumper[=DUMPER_NAME]
              Print/Set dumper name

       -C[COMMENTS], --comments[=COMMENTS]
              Print/Set comments

       -D[MM/DD/YYYY], --date[=MM/DD/YYYY]
              Print/Set dump date

       -L[LENGTH], --length[=LENGTH]
              Print/Set length of song (without fade length)

       -F[LENGTH], --fade[=LENGTH]
              Print/Set fadeout length

       -A[ARTIST], --artist[=ARTIST]
              Print/Set artist name

       -M[CHANNELS], --channels[=CHANNELS]
              Print/Set default channels states (0 = channel is enable / 1 = channel is disable)

       -E[EMULATOR], --emulator[=EMULATOR]
              Print/Set emulator used to make the dump


       Please, submit bug reports on the sourceforge project page, at the following address :


       Jerome SONRIER <>