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raw data
Nyers adat
Translated by Muszela Balázs on 2009-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:178
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VOC
VOC
Translated by ratson on 2006-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:179
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WAVE
WAVE
Translated by Muszela Balázs on 2009-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:181
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Sparc Audio
Sparc Audio
Translated by tewe on 2009-04-22
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:182
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Usage: %s [OPTION]... [FILE]...

-h, --help help
--version print current version
-l, --list-devices list all soundcards and digital audio devices
-L, --list-pcms list all PCMs defined
-D, --device=NAME select PCM by name
-q, --quiet quiet mode
-t, --file-type TYPE file type (voc, wav, raw or au)
-c, --channels=# channels
-f, --format=FORMAT sample format (case insensitive)
-r, --rate=# sample rate
-d, --duration=# interrupt after # seconds
-s, --sleep-min=# min ticks to sleep
-M, --mmap mmap stream
-N, --nonblock nonblocking mode
-F, --period-time=# distance between interrupts is # microseconds
-B, --buffer-time=# buffer duration is # microseconds
--period-size=# distance between interrupts is # frames
--buffer-size=# buffer duration is # frames
-A, --avail-min=# min available space for wakeup is # microseconds
-R, --start-delay=# delay for automatic PCM start is # microseconds
(relative to buffer size if <= 0)
-T, --stop-delay=# delay for automatic PCM stop is # microseconds from xrun
-v, --verbose show PCM structure and setup (accumulative)
-I, --separate-channels one file for each channel
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Located in aplay/aplay.c:153
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Recognized sample formats are:
Felismert mintavételezési formátumok:
Translated by ratson on 2006-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:248 speaker-test/speaker-test.c:945
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Some of these may not be available on selected hardware
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Néhány ezek közül talán nem lesz elérhető a kiválasztott hardveren
Translated by Muszela Balázs on 2009-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:254
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The availabled format shortcuts are:
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Az engedélyezett formátum-rövidítések a következők:
Translated by tewe on 2009-04-22
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:235
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-f cd (16 bit little endian, 44100, stereo)
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-f cd (16 bit little endian, 44100, stereo)
Translated by Csaba Szekely on 2007-02-11
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:256
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-f cdr (16 bit big endian, 44100, stereo)
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-f cdr (16 bit big endian, 44100, stereo)
Translated by Muszela Balázs on 2009-09-25
Reviewed by Richard Somlói on 2010-12-06
Located in aplay/aplay.c:257
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Contributors to this translation: Csaba Szekely, Hargas Gábor, Janos Farkas, Muszela Balázs, Richard Somlói, Sevcsik András, adam.de.fleury, ratson, tewe, Úr Balázs.