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ambix-interleave - AMBIsonics eXchange utility

AMBIX-INTERLEAVE(1) User Commands AMBIX-INTERLEAVE(1)

NAME

ambix-interleave - AMBIsonics eXchange utility

SYNOPSIS

ambix-interleave -o outfile [options] infile1...

DESCRIPTION

Merges several audio files into an ambix file

OPTIONS

-h, --help
print this help
-o, --output
output filename
-O, --order
force ambisonics order (default: autodetect)
-X, --matrix
specify adaptor matrix file or a predefined matrix ('FuMa', 'n3d|sid', 'n3d' or 'sid')
-b, --blocksize
blocksize for copying (default: 1024)
In it's simplest form, you pass it a number of input files, the accumulated channels of which form a full 3d ambisonics set (channel #0 becomes the W-channel,...). The ambisonics order is calculated from the number of channels using N=(O+1)^2.
If you specify the 'order', then all extranous channels will be stored as 'extra' channels.
You can also write extended ambix files, by specifying an adaptor matrix (either a soundfile, where the channels are read as rows and the frames as columns, or by specifying one of the standard matrices), in which case the columns of the matrix define the number of (reduced) ambisonics channels read from the input and the rows of the matrix must form a full 3d ambisonics set. Input channels exceeding the number of matrix columns are stored as 'extra' channels.
-h, --help
print this help
-o, --output
output filename
-O, --order
force ambisonics order (default: autodetect)
-X, --matrix
specify adaptor matrix file or a predefined matrix ('FuMa', 'n3d|sid', 'n3d' or 'sid')
-b, --blocksize
blocksize for copying (default: 1024)
In it's simplest form, you pass it a number of input files, the accumulated channels of which form a full 3d ambisonics set (channel #0 becomes the W-channel,...). The ambisonics order is calculated from the number of channels using N=(O+1)^2.
If you specify the 'order', then all extranous channels will be stored as 'extra' channels.
You can also write extended ambix files, by specifying an adaptor matrix (either a soundfile, where the channels are read as rows and the frames as columns, or by specifying one of the standard matrices), in which case the columns of the matrix define the number of (reduced) ambisonics channels read from the input and the rows of the matrix must form a full 3d ambisonics set. Input channels exceeding the number of matrix columns are stored as 'extra' channels.
-h, --help
print this help
-o, --output
output filename
-O, --order
force ambisonics order (default: autodetect)
-X, --matrix
specify adaptor matrix file or a predefined matrix ('FuMa', 'n3d|sid', 'n3d' or 'sid')
-b, --blocksize
blocksize for copying (default: 1024)
In it's simplest form, you pass it a number of input files, the accumulated channels of which form a full 3d ambisonics set (channel #0 becomes the W-channel,...). The ambisonics order is calculated from the number of channels using N=(O+1)^2.
If you specify the 'order', then all extranous channels will be stored as 'extra' channels.
You can also write extended ambix files, by specifying an adaptor matrix (either a soundfile, where the channels are read as rows and the frames as columns, or by specifying one of the standard matrices), in which case the columns of the matrix define the number of (reduced) ambisonics channels read from the input and the rows of the matrix must form a full 3d ambisonics set. Input channels exceeding the number of matrix columns are stored as 'extra' channels.

AUTHOR

Written by IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig@iem.at>
Usage: /build/libambix-5wALQt/libambix-0.1.1/utils/.libs/ambix-interleave -o outfile [options] infile1... Merges several audio files into an ambix file

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to: zmoelnig@iem.at
Home page: http://ambisonics.iem.at/xchange/format
Usage: /build/libambix-5wALQt/libambix-0.1.1/utils/.libs/ambix-interleave -o outfile [options] infile1...
 
Merges several audio files into an ambix file
Report bugs to: zmoelnig@iem.at
Home page: http://ambisonics.iem.at/xchange/format
Report bugs to: zmoelnig@iem.at
Home page: http://ambisonics.iem.at/xchange/format Copyright © 2012 Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM), University of Music and Dramatic Arts (KUG), Graz, Austria.
License LGPLv2.1: GNU Lesser GPL version 2.1 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.html>
 
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for ambix-interleave is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and ambix-interleave programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info ambix-interleave
should give you access to the complete manual.
October 2016 ambix-interleave 0.1.1