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lav2wav (1)
  • >> lav2wav (1) ( Linux man: Команды и прикладные программы пользовательского уровня )


    lav2wav - Extract the audio out of MJPEG container files to stdout



    lav2wav [-s num] [-c num] [-v num] [-I] [-R] [-r samplerate, bitesize, channels] lavfile1 [lavfile2 ... lavfileN]



    lav2wav can be used to extract the audio to stdout. This output goes to stdout and can be saved as a wav file, or piped to an other sound processing tool, that is able to handle wave. This can be mp2enc and toolame for mpeg layer 2 audio, or for example lame for mpeg layer 3 audio.

    The input files may be any combination of AVI (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) or editlist files so long as they are all lavtools- readable (e.g. MJPEG-encoded AVI/Quicktime or DV type 2 AVI).



    lav2wav accepts the following options:

    -s num
    Start extracting at video frame (num)
    -c num
    Extract (num) frames of audio
    -v num
    Verbosity level (0, 1 or 2)
    Ignore unsupported bitrates/bits per sample
    If the file does not contain any sound. lav2wav will create silence with 44100kHz Sampelrate, 16 Bit audio bitsize and 2 Chanels
    -r sr,bs,ch
    If the file does not contain any sound. lav2wav will generate silence with the values you supply the samplerate (sr), audio-bitsize (bs) and channel (ch).



    The "WAV" file format (technically: RIFF) is really very much less than ideal for a tool intended to be used in pipelines as lav2wav is. The Problem is that the header includes a field specifying the length of the file. This can't be filled in except by seeking back to the begining and over-writing. If the output is unseek-able (e.g. pipe lav2wav simply writes a large length into the header and leaves it at that). Most tools like sox(1) or mp2enc(1) either ignore the length field anyway or only give a warning.
    The audio length is inacurate calculated when lav2wav generates silence. This happens only if you have NTSC framerate and than it creates for every hour of video 1.1498sec too less of silence.



    This man page was written by Bernhard Praschinger.
    If you have questions, remarks, problems or you just want to contact the developers, the main mailing list for the MJPEG-tools is:

    For more info, see our website at



    mjpegtools(1), mp2enc(1), sox(1)




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