CDTINFO(1)                      cdtinfo Manual                      CDTINFO(1)


NAME
       cdtinfo — display the content of a binary CD text file

SYNOPSIS
       cdtinfo cdtextfile [-d]
       cdtinfo [--help|--version]

DESCRIPTION
       The  cdtinfo  command  parses a binary CD text file and displays all CD
       text fields.  Furthermore a semi-parsed hexadecimal output  is  offered
       which can be useful when looking for errors in such a file.

       All  CD text fields are supported, as are multiple language blocks, but
       no double byte character sets  (Japanese,  Chinese,  and  Korean).   To
       properly display non-ASCII characters from the CD text fields, set your
       terminal encoding to either "UTF-8" or "IS0 8859-1"  (a.k.a.  "Latin1")
       on UNIX-like systems.  On Microsoft Windows set the font of the Command
       Promt window to "Lucida Console" or "Consolas".

OPTIONS
       -d     Show semi-parsed output, i.e. raw 18-bytes packs with  only  the
              4-byte header parsed.

       --help Print short help and exit.

       --version
              Print version information and exit.

SEE ALSO
       cue2ddp(1), ddpinfo(1).

AUTHOR
       Written by Andreas Ruge.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2006-2014 Andreas Ruge


ddptools 0.8.8                    2014-08-03                        CDTINFO(1)