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NAME

       ecm-uncompress - regenerate error correction codes from ECM files

SYNOPSIS

       ecm-uncompress  ecmfile [outputfile]

DESCRIPTION

       ecm-uncompress  is used to recreate CD image files (ISO, BIN, CDI, NRG,
       CCD or any other format that uses  raw  sectors)  from  ECM  files,  by
       regenerating  Error  Correction  Codes  (EEC) and Error Detection Codes
       (EDC) striped by the program ecm-compress.

       Because ecm-compress only discards EDC/ECC data for sectors where  it's
       verifiably possible to recreate that data, the process is lossless.

EXAMPLES

       ecm-uncompress foo.bin.ecm
              regenerate  the  ECC/EDC  data  from  foo.bin.ecm  and  save the
              resulting CD image as foo.bin

       ecm-uncompress foo.img.ecm foobar
              regenerate the  ECC/EDC  data  from  foo.img.ecm  and  save  the
              resulting CD image as foobar

SEE ALSO

       ecm-compress(1).

AUTHOR

       ecm-uncompress was written by Neill Corlett.

       This  manual  page was written by Loic Martin <loic.martin3@gmail.com>,
       for the  Debian  project  (but  may  be  used  by  others),  using  the
       documentation written by ECM-UNCOMPRESS author Neill Corlett.

                               December 22, 2008             ECM-UNCOMPRESS(1)