-I Identify program name and version number.
-i item Specify input Speech or Lx Waveform item. Default: last speech item.
-p Direct output to printer. The program does not enter interactive mode. The screen image is recreated for the printer using filter specifications made using other command-line options.
-f filtfreq Set up initial filter frequency. Default 1000Hz.
-h Specify initial filter type as High-Pass.
-l Specify initial filter type as Low-Pass. Default.
-n Specify initial filter type as Narrow-Band-Pass.
-w Specify initial filter type as Wide-Band-Pass.
-t print_title Specify a title to appear on the printout. If no title is given then the date and time is printed instead.
-12 (null) Identify unmarked signals as 12-bits.
low-pass Select low-pass filter, requests edge frequency and re-draws display.
high-pass Select high-pass filter, requests edge frequency and re-draws display.
narrow-band Select narrow-band-pass filter, requests centre frequency and re-draws display.
wide-band Select wide-band-pass filter, requests centre frequency and re-draws display.
print Prints display. Requests a print title before printing in background.
save Saves currently filtered waveform to SFS file.
quit Exits program.
middle Replays waveform under mouse pointer.
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