mpck — check MPEG audio files
[ options ] [ file ...
[ -h | -V
checks mp3s. It scans the file to see if the frames are where they
are supposed to be, if the frame headers are correct and if the headers are
consistent throughout the file. It gives some statistics on the file, and a
conclusion whether the file is good or bad.
- -B --badonly
- Print statistics only for bad files.
- -e --extention=EXT
- Scan only files ending in .EXT
- -h --help
- Display a help screen and quit.
- -m --maxname=NUM
- Report bad for a file which has more than num characters in its
- -n --namecheck
- Check for strange characters in a filename. This reports bad for a file
with a filename consisting of characters other than [A-Za-z0-9 ._-].
- -q --quiet
- Print only good or bad for each file.
- Short for -R -e mp3
- -R --recursive
- Treat each directory recursively, checking all files in the directory.
Normal operation is to ignore directories.
- -v --verbose
- Be verbose.
- -V --version
- Print version and copyright information and exit.
- mpck returns one of these values:
- Everything went OK and no broken files were found.
- Everything went OK, but at least one broken file was found.
- 2 (ENOENT)
- File or directory not found, stat failed.
- 4 (EINTR)
- The program received a SIGINT.
- 5 (EIO)
- Read error.
- 12 (ENOMEM)
- Malloc failed due to memory shortage.
- 21 (EISDIR)
- The given file is a directory.
- 22 (EINVAL)
- Invalid argument, no filename supplied.
- 36 (ENAMETOOLONG)
- File extention or file name is too long.
- Written by Sjoerd Langkemper <email@example.com>
Copyright © 2006 Sjoerd Langkemper. This is free software; see the source
for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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