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==About==
 
==About==
[[soxi]] is a [[command line]] utility for returning information about individual audio files. It works best with formats that have a descriptive header; for other formats, sample rate and bit depth must be specified so that soxi can determine other information. See {{l/manpage|soxformat}} for official documentation on the supported formats (including encoding/decoding options).
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'''SoXI''', the '''So'''und e'''X'''change '''I'''nformation utility, is a [[command line]] utility for returning information about individual audio files. It works best with formats that have a descriptive header; for other formats, sample rate and bit depth must be specified so that soxi can determine other information. See {{l/manpage|soxformat}} for official documentation on the supported formats (including encoding/decoding options).
  
 
It is part of the [[sox]] utility package.
 
It is part of the [[sox]] utility package.
 
==Manual Pages==
 
==Manual Pages==
* {{l/manpage|sox}}
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* {{l/manpage|soxi}}
 
* {{l/manpage|soxformat}} has a list of supported file formats
 
* {{l/manpage|soxformat}} has a list of supported file formats

Revision as of 22:44, 6 November 2019

About

SoXI, the Sound eXchange Information utility, is a command line utility for returning information about individual audio files. It works best with formats that have a descriptive header; for other formats, sample rate and bit depth must be specified so that soxi can determine other information. See soxformat for official documentation on the supported formats (including encoding/decoding options).

It is part of the sox utility package.

Manual Pages