SYNOPSIStrackcmp [OPTIONS] <track 1> <track 2>
trackcmp takes two audio tracks and compares their PCM data. If they are exactly the same, it prints no output and returns 0. If not, a message is displayed and 1 is returned. trackcmp may also take two directories as arguments. In that case, any audio files in both directories are compared as per a single file. Track and album numbers are used to determine which file should be compared to which.
- -h, --help
- show a list of options and exit
- -j, --joint=PROCESSES
- The maximum number of tracks to compare at one time. If one has multiple CPUs or CPU cores, allowing trackcmp(1) to use all of them simultaneously can greatly increase comparison speed.
- -S, --no-summary
- suppress summary output
- -V, --verbose=VERBOSITY
- The level of output to display. Choose between 'normal', 'quiet' and 'debug.