Similar to cdda2wav, cdparanoia reads Compact Disc audio files as WAV, AIFF, AIFF-C, or raw format files. It uses additional data-verification and sound-improvement algorithms to make the process more reliable, and is used by a number of graphical recording programs as a backend.
Output in AIFF-C format.
Split the output into multiple files on track boundaries like
cdda2wav. Filenames are prefixed with
Force cdparanoia to treat the drive as a little-endian device.
Force cdparanoia to treat the drive as a big-endian device.
Specify a device name to use instead of the first readable CD-ROM available.
Send all progress messages to standard error instead of standard output; used by wrapper scripts.
Output in AIFF format.
-gto set the generic device separately from that of the CD-ROM device. Useful only on nonstandard SCSI setups.
Display options and syntax.
Do atomic reads of count sectors per read. Not generally useful.
Shift sample positions by the given count. This shifts track boundaries for the whole disc. May cause read errors or even lockups on buggy hardware.
Output headerless raw data.
Quiet mode. ...