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    2 ch_wave nist to esps to nist: pass
    3 ch_wave nist to snd to nist: pass
    4 ch_wave nist to riff to nist: pass
    5 ch_wave nist to audlab to nist: pass
    6 ch_wave nist to aiff to nist: pass
    7 ch_wave nist to est to nist: pass
    8 ch_wave raw binary test: pass
    9 ch_wave raw ascii test: pass
   10 ch_wave byte order test: pass
   11 ch_wave stdio test1: pass
   12 ch_wave stdio test2: pass
   13 ch_wave stdio test3: pass
   14 ch_wave stdio test4: pass
   15 ch_wave subwave test1: pass
   16 ch_wave subwave test2: pass
   17 ch_wave concat : pass
   18 ch_wave channel combine/extract : pass
   19 ch_wave default file type: pass
   20 Duration: 0.0724
   21 Sample rate: 8000
   22 Number of samples: 579
   23 Number of channels: 1
   24 Header type: nist
   25 Data type: short
   26 Duration: 0.3144
   27 Sample rate: 8000
   28 Number of samples: 2515
   29 Number of channels: 1
   30 Header type: nist
   31 Data type: short
   32 Duration: 0.6118
   33 Sample rate: 8000
   34 Number of samples: 4894
   35 Number of channels: 1
   36 Header type: nist
   37 Data type: short
   38 Duration: 0.5088
   39 Sample rate: 8000
   40 Number of samples: 4070
   41 Number of channels: 1
   42 Header type: nist
   43 Data type: short
   44 ch_wave key extract : pass
   45 Duration: 2.0182
   46 Sample rate: 8000
   47 Number of samples: 16146
   48 Number of channels: 1
   49 Header type: nist
   50 Data type: short
   51 Usage: ch_wave [input file0] [input file1] ... -o [output file]
   52 Summary: change/copy/combine waveform files
   53 use "-" to make input and output files stdin/out
   54 -h               Options help
   56 -itype <string>  Input file type (optional).  If set to raw, this 
   57     indicates that the input file does not have a header. While 
   58     this can be used to specify file types other than raw, this is 
   59     rarely used for other purposes
   60     as the file type of all the existing supported 
   61     types can be determined automatically from the 
   62     file's header. If the input file is unheadered, 
   63     files are assumed to be shorts (16bit).  
   64     Supported types are 
   65    nist, est, esps, snd, riff, aiff, audlab, raw, ascii
   67 -n <int>  Number of channels in an unheadered input file 
   69 -f <int> Sample rate in Hertz for an unheadered input file 
   71 -ibo <string>  Input byte order in an unheadered input file: 
   72     possibliities are: MSB , LSB, native or nonnative. 
   73     Suns, HP, SGI Mips, M68000 are MSB (big endian) 
   74     Intel, Alpha, DEC Mips, Vax are LSB (little 
   75     endian)
   77 -iswap  Swap bytes. (For use on an unheadered input file)
   79 -istype <string> Sample type in an unheadered input file:
   80      short, mulaw, byte, ascii
   82 -c <string>  Select a single channel (starts from 0). 
   83     Waveforms can have multiple channels. This option 
   84     extracts a single channel for progcessing and 
   85     discards the rest. 
   87 -start <float>  Extract sub-wave starting at this time, specified in 
   88     seconds
   90 -end <float>  Extract sub-wave ending at this time, specified in 
   91     seconds
   93 -from <int> Extract sub-wave starting at this sample point
   95 -to <int> Extract sub-wave ending at this sample point
   97 -o <ofile>       Output filename. If not specified output is
   98     to stdout.
  100 -otype <string>  Output file type, (optional).  If no type is
  101     Specified the type of the input file is assumed.
  102     Supported types are: 
  103    nist, est, esps, snd, riff, aiff, audlab, raw, ascii
  105 -F <int>         Output sample rate in Hz. If this is different 
  106     from the input sample rate, resampling will occur 
  108 -obo <string>   Output byte order: MSB, LSB, native, or nonnative. 
  109     Suns, HP, SGI Mips, M68000 are MSB (big endian) 
  110     Intel, Alpha, DEC Mips, Vax are LSB 
  111     (little endian)
  113 -oswap Swap bytes when saving to output
  115 -ostype <string> Output sample type: short, mulaw, byte or ascii
  117 -scale <float> Scaling factor. Increase or descrease the amplitude
  118     of the whole waveform by the factor given
  120 -scaleN <float>  Scaling factor with normalization. 
  121     The waveform is scaled to its maximum level, after which 
  122     it is scaled by the factor given
  124 -lpfilter <int>  Low pass filter, with cutoff frequency in Hz 
  125     Filtering is performed by a FIR filter which is built at run 
  126     time. The order of the filter can be given by -forder. The 
  127     default value is 199
  129 -hpfilter <int>  High pass filter, with cutoff frequency in Hz 
  130     Filtering is performed by a FIR filter which is 
  131     built at run time. The order of the filter can 
  132     be given by -forder. The default value is 199.
  134 -forder <int>  Order of FIR filter used for lpfilter and 
  135     hpfilter. This must be ODD. Sensible values range 
  136     from 19 (quick but with a shallow rolloff) to 199 
  137     (slow but with a steep rolloff). The default is 199.
  139 -fafter Do filtering after other operations such as 
  140     resampling (default : filter before other operations)
  142 -info Print information about file and header. 
  143     This option gives useful information such as file 
  144     length, sampling rate, number of channels etc
  145     No output is produced
  147 -add A new single channel waveform is created by adding 
  148     the corresponding sample points of each input waveform
  150 -pc <string> Combine input waveforms to form a single 
  151     multichannel waveform.  The argument to this option controls 
  152     how long the new waveform should be. If the option 
  153     is LONGEST, the output wave if the length of the 
  154     longest input wave and shorter waves are padded with 
  155     zeros at the end. If the option is FIRST, the length 
  156     of the new waveform is the length of the first file 
  157     on the command line, and subsequent waves are padded 
  158     or cut to this length
  160 -key <ifile> Label file designating subsections, for use with 
  161     -divide. The KEYLAB file is a label file which specifies 
  162     where chunks (such as individual sentences) in 
  163     a waveform begin and end. See section of wave extraction.
  165 -divide  Divide a single input waveform into multiple output 
  166     waveforms. Each output waveform is extracted from the 
  167     input waveform by using the KEYLAB file, which 
  168     specifies the start and stop times for each chunk. 
  169     The output files are named according to the filename 
  170     in the KEYLAB file, with extension given by -ext. See 
  171     section on wave extraction
  173 -ext <string>    File extension for divided waveforms
  175 -compress <float> Apply Dynamic Range Compression by factor specified 
  176 -extract <string> Used in conjunction with -key to extract a 
  177     single section of waveform from the input 
  178     waveform. The argument is the name of a file given 
  179     in the file column of the KEYLAB file.
  181 Duration: 2.0182
  182 Sample rate: 8000
  183 Number of samples: 16146
  184 Number of channels: 1
  185 Header type: nist
  186 Data type: short
  187 Duration: 2.0637
  188 Sample rate: 20000
  189 Number of samples: 41274
  190 Number of channels: 1
  191 Header type: nist
  192 Data type: short
  193 Duration: 2.0714
  194 Sample rate: 8000
  195 Number of samples: 16571
  196 Number of channels: 1
  197 Header type: nist
  198 Data type: short