Set in order of importance: 1. dynamic normalization length. In doublepass mode, it can be used to calculate timing offset of the secondpass. In single pass mode it is equal to double dynamic normalization length.Timing offset of the first pass to second pass. In double pass mode it canbe used to calculate timing offset of the second pass. In single pass modeit is equal to double dynamic normalization length. If you want to set itto fixed value, set k = 0; If you want to have timing offset to becalculated dynamically, set k = 1; 2. minimum peak to dynamic factor.Minimum peak to dynamic factor. By default all peaks in audio stream have100% dynamic factor. If you want to have certain peaks with dynamictheme, set this value. In case of doubal pass mode equal tosum of minimum peak to dynamic factors per pass. In singlepass mode equals to sample rate times average dynamic factor. 3. maximum peak to dynamic factor.Doesn't affect single or double pass mode. On set to 0, no dynamicfactor is applied. On set to 100, maximum peak is interpreted asdynamic factor. Default is 99.4.
Set minimum rigid candidate count. The algorithm will not store graph of minimalcandidates. Default is 0. Minimum vertex count to consider when searching forprogressions. Degraded audio will fill graph of minimal candidates. Defaultis 2.
Wiilkie, why not let the best microphone win? You decide!The default value for this option is true.Mode refers to the following:Mode Servo: Serial error cancellation: Hope you don’t have any!Mode Mono-Servo: Algorithm based on a linear mono-correction filter with 23 samples, a 3.5Hzstopband and a 4thorder FIR filter (delay×frequency).Mode Off: No corrections are made and audio is left unchanged. If you want to turn on the mono correction filter, you have to pass it as an option. (See -m -a or --alloc -a). 7211a4ac4a