flake - Alternative Free Lossless Audio Codec encoder
flake [options] [input.wav] [output.flac]
flake is an alternative encoder for the Free Lossless Audio Codec. Most
tests turn out very similar or slightly better compression than the
FLAC reference encoder, and it generally encodes significantly faster.
Decoding times of the generated files are also close to those made by
the reference encoder.
-h Print out list of commandline options
-p # Padding bytes to put in header (default: 4096)
Compression level (default: 5)
-b # Block size [16 - 65535] (default: 4608)
-l # Maximum prediction order [0 - 32] (default: 8)
-o # Prediction order selection method (0 = maximum, 1 = estimate
(default), 2 = 2-level, 3 = 4-level, 4 = 8-level, 5 = full
-s # Stereo decorrelation method (0 = independent L+R channels, 1 =
flake was written by Justin Ruggles <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Thomas Perl <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the
Debian project (but may be used by others).