Provided by: audiotools_3.1.1-1.1build10_amd64 bug


       trackcmp - compares one or more audio tracks for equivalence


       trackcmp [OPTIONS] <track 1> <track 2>


       trackcmp takes two audio tracks and compares their PCM data. If they are exactly the same,
       it prints no output and returns 0. If not, a message  is  displayed  and  1  is  returned.
       trackcmp may also take two directories as arguments. In that case, any audio files in both
       directories are compared as per a single  file.  Track  and  album  numbers  are  used  to
       determine which file should be compared to which.


       -h, --help
              show a list of options and exit

       -j, --joint=PROCESSES
              The  maximum  number  of tracks to compare at one time. If one has multiple CPUs or
              CPU cores, allowing trackcmp(1) to use  all  of  them  simultaneously  can  greatly
              increase comparison speed.

       -S, --no-summary
              suppress summary output

       -V, --verbose=VERBOSITY
              The level of output to display. Choose between 'normal', 'quiet' and 'debug.


       audiotools-config(1),    audiotools.cfg(5),   cdda2track(1),   cddainfo(1),   cddaplay(1),
       coverdump(1),  covertag(1),  coverview(1),  dvda2track(1),   dvdainfo(1),   track2cdda(1),
       track2track(1),  trackcat(1),  trackinfo(1),  tracklength(1),  tracklint(1), trackplay(1),
       trackrename(1), tracksplit(1), tracktag(1), trackverify(1)


       Brian Langenberger

                                            2022-03-17                                TRACKCMP(1)