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       snap2tzx — Convert ZX Spectrum snapshot to .tzx tape images


       snap2tzx  [-1  string]  [-2 string] [-b colour] [-g string] [-l string] [-o filename] [-r]
       [-s speed] [-v] [-$ filename] snapshot


       snap2tzx converts a ZX Spectrum snapshot into a .tzx tape image.


       -1 string
              causes string (which has a maximum of 32 characters) to be shown while loading.

       -2 string
              causes string (maximum 32 characters) to also be shown while loading.

       -b colour
              specifies the border colour while loading.

       -g string
              causes string (maximum 32 characters) to be used as the game name while loading.

       -l string
              causes string (maximum 8 characters) to be  used  as  the  BASIC  filename  in  the

       -o filename
              causes the output to be sent to filename.

       -r     causes the final line of attribute data in the loading screen to be bright.

       -s speed
              specifies  the  speed of the loader; available values for speed are 0 (1500 bps), 1
              (2250 bps), 2 (3000 bps) and 3 (6000 bps).

       -v     specifies verbose output.

       -$ filename
              specifies that the ZX Spectrum screen stored in filename  should  be  used  as  the
              loading screen.

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

       -V, --version
              output version information.

              specifies the snapshot (in a format supported by libspectrum(3)) to be converted.

       In any string parameter, the tilde (~) will be converted into a copyright symbol.


       None known.


       fuse(1), fuse-utils(1), libspectrum(3), listbasic(1), snapconv(1)

       The comp.sys.sinclair Spectrum FAQ, at


       Philip Kendall (

       Tomaz                        Kac                       wrote                       z802tzx
       (,    on    which
       snap2tzx is very heavily based.

       Martijn   van   der   Heide   wrote   the   turbo-loading   code,   originally  for  Taper