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1<sect2>
2<title>Contents</title>
3
4<para>The <application>transcode</application> package contains
5<command>transcode</command>,
6<command>tccat</command>,
7<command>tcdecode</command>,
8<command>tcdemux</command>,
9<command>tcextract</command>,
10<command>tcframe</command>,
11<command>tcmodinfo</command>,
12<command>tcmp3cut</command>,
13<command>tcmplex</command>,
14<command>tcprobe</command>,
15<command>tcrequant</command>,
16<command>tcscan</command>,
17<command>tcxmlcheck</command>,
18<command>tcxpm2rgb</command>,
19<command>avicodec</command>,
20<command>avidump</command>,
21<command>avifix</command>,
22<command>aviindex</command>,
23<command>avimerge</command>,
24<command>avisplit</command>,
25<command>avisync</command>
26and input/filter/output modules.</para>
27
28</sect2>
29
30<sect2><title>Description</title>
31
32<sect3><title>transcode</title>
33<para><command>transcode</command> is the encoder's user interface that handles
34the plugins and other programs, being the glue between the modules.
35There are several well documented usage examples on either the homepage
36or the documentation included in the package.</para></sect3>
37
38<sect3><title>tccat</title>
39<para><command>tccat</command> concatenates input files using the input plugins
40of <application>transcode</application>.</para></sect3>
41
42<sect3><title>tcdecode</title>
43<para><command>tcdecode</command> is used to decode input files to
44raw video and <acronym>PCM</acronym> audio stream.</para></sect3>
45
46<sect3><title>tcdemux</title>
47<para><command>tcdemux</command> demultiplexes (separates) audio/video input
48that contains multiple streams, e.g., <acronym>VOB</acronym> files.</para></sect3>
49
50<sect3><title>tcextract</title>
51<para><command>tcextract</command> grabs single streams from a file containing
52multiple streams.</para></sect3>
53
54<sect3><title>tcframe</title>
55<para><command>tcframe</command> processes single video frames for different
56color encodings (<acronym>RGB</acronym> &gt;-&lt; <acronym>YUV</acronym> or
57similar).</para></sect3>
58
59<sect3><title>tcmodinfo</title>
60<para><command>tcmodinfo</command> loads a supplied
61<application>transcode</application> filter module and prints its
62parameters.</para></sect3>
63
64<sect3><title>tcmp3cut</title>
65<para><command>tcmp3cut</command> is a tool which can cut
66<acronym>MP3</acronym> streams at milliseconds positions.</para></sect3>
67
68<sect3><title>tcprobe</title>
69<para><command>tcprobe</command> prints information about the input file format.</para></sect3>
70
71<sect3><title>tcrequant</title>
72<para><command>tcrequant</command> is a tool which can requantize an
73<acronym>MPEG</acronym>-2 elementary stream.</para></sect3>
74
75<sect3><title>tcscan</title>
76<para><command>tcscan</command> performs several measurements on the given
77input data.</para></sect3>
78
79<sect3><title>tcxmlcheck</title>
80<para><command>tcxmlcheck</command> checks information in a
81<acronym>SMIL</acronym> input file.</para></sect3>
82
83<sect3><title>avicodec</title>
84<para><command>avicodec</command> indicates or changes
85<acronym>FOURCC</acronym> <acronym>CODEC</acronym> flag in an
86<acronym>AVI</acronym> file.</para></sect3>
87
88<sect3><title>avidump</title>
89<para><command>avidump</command> dumps audio or video stream of an given
90<acronym>AVI</acronym> file to stdout (for <acronym>AVI</acronym>
91conversion or extraction of audio streams).</para></sect3>
92
93<sect3><title>avifix</title>
94<para><command>avifix</command> fixes the header of an
95<acronym>AVI</acronym> file.</para></sect3>
96
97<sect3><title>aviindex</title>
98<para><command>aviindex</command> writes a text file describing the
99index of an <acronym>AVI</acronym> file.</para></sect3>
100
101<sect3><title>avimerge</title>
102<para><command>avimerge</command> merges <acronym>AVI</acronym> files of the same format. Do not
103try to merge <acronym>AVI</acronym> files of different formats, it will most likely result in
104errors (and format means same bitrates, too!).</para></sect3>
105
106<sect3><title>avisplit</title>
107<para><command>avisplit</command> splits <acronym>AVI</acronym> files
108into multiple files.</para></sect3>
109
110<sect3><title>avisync</title>
111<para><command>avisync</command> can shift audio in
112<acronym>AVI</acronym> files for better synchronizing of audio and video
113data signal.</para></sect3>
114
115<sect3><title>input/filter/output modules</title>
116<para>Depending on the external libraries that are used, there are a
117great number of plugins to convert audio and video input to raw format,
118process raw video and audio and convert raw audio and video to other
119formats to be written into a file type of choice. Read the
120documentation.</para></sect3>
121
122</sect2>
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