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NAME

       soundconverter - convert sound files to other formats

SYNOPSIS

       soundconverter [options] [file...]

DESCRIPTION

       soundconverter  is a simple tool for converting sound files to other formats.  It can work
       from the command line, but is really meant for interactive use in the GNOME environment.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Print out a usage summary.

       -b, --batch
              Convert in batch mode, from command line, without a graphical user interface.   You
              can use this from, say, shell scripts.

       -m, --mime-type arg
              Set the output MIME type for batch mode.  The default is audio/x-vorbis.  Note that
              you probably want to set the output suffix as well.  You can  also  use  shortcuts:
              aac, flac, mp3, vorbis, wav.

       -q, --quiet
              Be quiet.  Don't write normal output, only errors.

       -d, --debug
              Print additional debug information.

       -s, --suffix arg
              Set the output filename suffix for batch mode.  The default is .ogg.  Note that the
              suffix does not affect the output MIME type.

       -t, --tags
              Show tags for input files instead of converting them.  This indicates command  line
              batch mode and disables the graphical user interface.

       -j, --jobs=
              Force number of concurrent conversions.  Default is one per present CPU.

AUTHOR

       Lars   Wirzenius   (liw@iki.fi).    Gautier   Portet   (kassoulet@gmail.com)   Uwe   Bugla
       (uwe.bugla@gmx.de).