Identify MP3s that do not follow the MP3 format
mp3_check helps to identify in explicit detail MP3s that do not correctly
follow the MP3 format. It also looks for invalid frame headers, missing
frames, etc., and generates useful statistics. This can be useful when
building a high-quality mp3 archive...
## TO GET THE HELP FILE, run 'checkmp3 -h', otherwise it will seem
## to hang (it is listening to stdin).
Official checkmp3 website is located on SourceForge. Here's the URL:
Thanks go to the SourceForge staff for making such an awesome
service available for the community!
The original upstream name of this project is "mp3_check". However, to
minimize confusion with the separate "mp3check" package, it has been renamed to
"checkmp3". The documentation should consistently use the new name, but you
will encounter the old name as well if looking at the source files.
checkmp3 - identify MP3s that do not follow the MP3 format
checkmp3 [-q number] [-e] [-p] [-v[v]] [-a] [-b [byte_count]]
[-i] [-s[s|f]] [-h] [file]
checkmp3 helps to identify in explicit detail MP3s that do
not correctly follow the MP3 format. It also look
checkmp3 (1.98-9) unstable; urgency=low
* Tidy up the remaining references to the original "mp3_c
Here's a TODO list for future versions:
1) Extensive id3v2 support. I would kinda like to have it a
This package was debianized by Norbert Tretkowski firstname.lastname@example.org on
Sun, 9 Jul 2000 12:45:01 +020
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