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NAME

       fuse-utils — various ZX Spectrum related utilities

DESCRIPTION

       The  Fuse  (Free Unix Spectrum Emulator) utilities are a small suite of utilities relating
       to some of the file formats  used  by  ZX  Spectrum  emulators.  The  currently  available
       utilities are:

       audio2tape
              Convert an audio file into a tape format.

       createhdf
              Create a blank IDE hard disk image in .hdf format.

       fmfconv
              Convert FMF format movie files to other formats.

       listbasic
              Extract the BASIC program from a ZX Spectrum file.

       profile2map
              Convert Fuse profiler output into Z80-style map format.

       raw2hdf
              Create an .hdf hard disk image from a raw data file.

       rzxcheck
              Verify the `competition mode' signature in an RZX input recording file.

       rzxdump
              Display the contents of an RZX file.

       rzxtool
              Make simple modifications to an RZX file.

       scl2trd
              Convert .scl disk images into .trd format.

       snap2tzx
              Convert a snapshot into a .tzx tape image.

       snapconv
              Convert between various snapshot formats.

       snapdump
              List contents of ZX Spectrum snapshot files

       tape2pulses
              Dumps the pulse information from tape images to text files.

       tape2wav
              Convert a tape file into .wav audio format.

       tapeconv
              Convert between various tape formats.

       tzxlist
              Display the contents of a .tzx tape image.

SEE ALSO

       audio2tape(1),    createhdf(1),   fmfconv(1),   fuse(1),   libspectrum(3),   listbasic(1),
       raw2hdf(1), rzxcheck(1), rzxdump(1),  rzxtool(1),  scl2trd(1),  snap2tzx(1),  snapconv(1),
       snapdump(1), tape2pulses(1), tape2wav(1), tapeconv(1), tzxlist(1), xspect(1), xzx(1)

       The comp.sys.sinclair Spectrum FAQ, at
       http://www.worldofspectrum.org/faq/index.html.

AUTHOR

       Philip  Kendall  (philip-fuse@shadowmagic.org.uk) and others; see the individual man pages
       for more details.