-I Identify program name and version number.
-l Link output SFS files to binary file, rather than copy.
-c nchan Specify number of channels. Default 1.
-p promptsfile Specify text file containing prompts, one per line. A line ending in '#repeat' is taken to be a corrected version of the previous prompt. The output filename is constructed from the first word on the line, with a numerical extension if the name already exists.
-n numwords Look for this number of items in file. Each is annotated as 'word1', 'word2', etc.
-a Just link and create annotations directly in the SFS file supplied.
-S spchan Specify a channel containing a speech signal [1..N]. The first speech channel specified is also used for energy determination.
-L lxchan Specify the channel containing a laryngographic signal [1..N].
-P promptchan Specify the channel containing the prompting clicks if present [1..N]. This channel is not linked to the final file.
-T threshadjust Allows user to tinker with threshold for word detection. In db, positive value makes less sensitive, negative values more sensitive. Default 0db.
-f samprate Specify the sampling rate of each channel in the binary file. Default 20kHz.
-b Swap bytes in binary file.
-h headerlen Specify length of any header in the binary file to skip in bytes. Default 0.
SP Even channels
LX Odd channels
file input file name
channel input channel number
start start offset (samples)
end end offset (samples)
1.0 Mark Huckvale