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NAME

       trackcat - concatenate two or more audio tracks

SYNOPSIS

       trackcat [OPTIONS] <track 1> [track 2] [track 3] ...

DESCRIPTION

       trackcat combines the audio data from two or more audio tracks into a single output track.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              show a list of options and exit

       -I, --interactive
              edit metadata and encoding options in interactive mode prior to converting tracks

       --cue=FILENAME
              a cuesheet to embed in the output file

       --add-cue
              Embed  a  cuesheet in the output file using the track lengths as index points. This
              option assures a concatenated file can be re-split into its original tracks even if
              the original cuesheet is not available.

       -V, --verbose=VERBOSITY
              The level of output to display. Choose between 'normal', 'quiet' and 'debug'.

ENCODING OPTIONS

       -o, --output=FILENAME
              the output filename of the concatenated track

       -t, --type=TYPE
              the  audio format of the concatenated track; for a list of available audio formats,
              try: -t help

       -q, --quality=QUALITY
              the desired quality of the concatenated track; for  a  list  of  available  quality
              modes for a given format, try: -q help

CD LOOKUP OPTIONS

       -M, --metadata-lookup
              perform metadata lookup for converted tracks

       --musicbrainz-server=HOSTNAME
              the MusicBrainz server name to query for metadata

       --musicbrainz-port=PORT
              the MusicBrainz port to query for metadata

       --no-musicbrainz
              don't query MusicBrainz for metadata

       --freedb-server=HOSTNAME
              the FreeDB server name to query for metadata

       --freedb-port=PORT
              the FreeDB port to query for metadata

       --no-freedb
              don't query FreeDB for metadata

       -D, --default
              When  multiple  metadata choices are available, select the first one automatically.
              This option has no effect when used with -I

EXAMPLE

       Convert all of the WAVE files in sourcedir to  a  single  FLAC  file,  album.flac  at  the
       highest possible compression (quality 8):

              trackcat -t flac -q 8 -o album.flac sourcedir/*.wav

SEE ALSO

       audiotools-config(1),    audiotools.cfg(5),   cdda2track(1),   cddainfo(1),   cddaplay(1),
       coverdump(1),  covertag(1),  coverview(1),  dvda2track(1),   dvdainfo(1),   track2cdda(1),
       track2track(1),  trackcmp(1),  trackinfo(1),  tracklength(1),  tracklint(1), trackplay(1),
       trackrename(1), tracksplit(1), tracktag(1), trackverify(1)

AUTHOR

       Brian Langenberger

                                            2018-06-28                                TRACKCAT(1)