sndfile-interleave man page

sndfile-interleave, sndfile-deinterleave — convert mono files into a multi-channel file and vice versa

Synopsis

sndfile-interleave input1 input2 ... -o output

sndfile-deinterleave file

Description

sndfile-interleave creates a multi-channel file taking audio data from two or more mono files as individual channels. The format of the output file is determined by its filename suffix. The audio parameters of the output file will be made so that the format can accommodate each of the mono inputs; for example, the samplerate will be the maximal samplerate occuring in the inputs. The output file will be overwritten if it already exists.

sndfile-deinterleave creates two or more mono files from a multi-channel audio file, containing data from the individual channels. The names of the resulting mono files are of the form “name_XY.suf” where name and suf are the basename and suffix of the original file. If any file of such name already exists, it will be overwritten. Apart from the number of channels, the audio format of the resulting mono files is the same as that of the original file.

Exit Status

The sndfile-interleave utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

Examples

Merge a mono OGG file and a mono FLAC file into a stereo WAV file:

$ sndfile-interleave left.ogg right.flac -o stereo.wav

Split a multi-channel into individual mono files:

$ sndfile-deinterleave multi.wav 
Input file : multi 
Output files : 
    multi_00.wav 
    multi_01.wav 
    multi_02.wav 
    multi_03.wav

See Also

http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/

Authors

Erik de Castro Lopo <erikd@mega-nerd.com>

Referenced By

sndfile-deinterleave(1) is an alias of sndfile-interleave(1).

November 2, 2014