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       rzxtool — Modify Sinclair ZX Spectrum input recording files


       rzxtool  [-dblock  number]  [-eblock  number,filename] [-iblock number,filename] [-f] [-u]
       rzxfile [outfile]


       rzxtool allows some simple  modifications  to  be  made  to  Sinclair  ZX  Spectrum  input
       recording files: blocks can be removed, snapshot data can be extracted or snapshots can be
       inserted into the file. The file can also be uncompressed.


       -dblock number
              The block number specified will be deleted from the file. Block  numbers  start  at
              zero  and  ignore  any  “creator information” blocks in the file. The modified file
              will be written to outfile.

       -eblock number,filename
              The snapshot in the specified  block  number  will  be  written  to  the  specified
              filename. All snapshot formats supported by libspectrum(3) are available.

       -iblock number,filename
              The  snapshot  specified  in  filename  will  be  added to the file at the position
              specified by block number.

              Finalise the RZX file. Any  embedded  snapshot  (except  the  first  one)  will  be
              deleted. Fuse can add interspersed snapshots to RZX files to allow rollbacking to a
              previous time. Action replays submitted to the RZX Archive should  not  have  these

              When  outputting  an  RZX  file,  this option causes the input recording data to be
              output uncompressed; if this option is not given, the data will be compressed using

       -h, --help
              Give brief usage help, listing available options.

       -V, --version
              Output version information.

              specifies an input recording file whose contents are to be modified.

              specifies where the modified input file should be written.


       None known


       fuse(1), fuse-utils(1), rzxcheck(1), rzxdump(1), zlib(3)

       The comp.sys.sinclair Spectrum FAQ, at


       Philip Kendall (