SYNOPSISmidicsv [ -u -v ] [ infile [ outfile ] ]
DESCRIPTIONmidicsv reads a standard MIDI file and decodes it into a CSV (Comma-Separated Value) file which preserves all the information in the MIDI file. The ASCII CSV file may be loaded into a spreadsheet or database application, or processed by a program to transform the MIDI data (for example, to key transpose a composition or extract a track from a multi-track sequence). A CSV file in the format created by midicsv may be converted back into a standard MIDI file with the csvmidi program.
- Print how-to-call information.
- Print verbose debugging information on standard error. The MIDI file header is dumped, along with the length of each track in the file.
FILESIf no infile is specified or infile is ``-'', midicsv reads its input from standard input; if no outfile is given or outfile is ``-'', CSV output is written to standard output. The input and output are processed in a strictly serial manner; consequently midicsv may be used in pipelines without restrictions.
midicsv assumes its input is a well-formed standard MIDI file; while some error checking is performed, gross errors in the input file may cause midicsv to crash.
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This software is in the public domain. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, without any conditions or restrictions. This software is provided ``as is'' without express or implied warranty.