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{{Software Infobox
 
{{Software Infobox
 
| name = AudioWorks
 
| name = AudioWorks
| logo = [[Image:AudioWorks-logo.png|200px|PowerShellAudio Logo]]
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| screenshot = [[Image:AudioWorks-logo.png|200px|PowerShellAudio Logo]]
| screenshot =
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| caption = Cross-platform, multi-format audio conversion and tagging module for PowerShell
 
| caption = Cross-platform, multi-format audio conversion and tagging module for PowerShell
 
| maintainer = [https://github.com/jherby2k/ Jeremy Herbison]
 
| maintainer = [https://github.com/jherby2k/ Jeremy Herbison]
| stable_release = [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks/releases/tag/v1.2.0 1.2.0]
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| stable_release = Coming Q1 2019
| stable_release_date = 2021-12-07
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| preview_release = [https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/AudioWorks.Commands/1.0.0-beta1] (10 December 2018)
| preview_release =
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| preview_release_date =
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| operating_system = Windows, Linux, MacOS
 
| operating_system = Windows, Linux, MacOS
 
| use = Digital Audio conversion, tagging
 
| use = Digital Audio conversion, tagging
| license = GNU AGPLv3
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| license = GNU LGPLv3
 
| website = [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks GitHub project]
 
| website = [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks GitHub project]
 
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}}
'''AudioWorks''' is a PowerShell module (and .NET library) for converting and tagging audio / music files. It is available under the Affero GPL (v3) license, and runs on Windows, Linux and MacOS. AudioWorks replaces [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks/wiki/Comparison-with-PowerShell-Audio PowerShell Audio].
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'''AudioWorks''' is a PowerShell module for converting and tagging audio / music files. It is available under the Lesser GPL (v3) license, and runs on Windows, Linux and MacOS. AudioWorks replaces [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks/wiki/Comparison-with-PowerShell-Audio PowerShell Audio].
  
 
== Features ==
 
== Features ==
 
* A unified interface to popular codecs (see Supported Formats).
 
* A unified interface to popular codecs (see Supported Formats).
* Runs under PowerShell 7+ on Windows, MacOS and Linux (Windows PowerShell 5.1 is also supported).
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* Runs under PowerShell Core on Windows, MacOS and Linux (Windows PowerShell 5.1 is also supported).
* Utilizes advanced SIMD, multi-threading, 64-bit addressing and low-allocation memory structures for the fastest possible processing.
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* Utilizes advanced SIMD, multi-threading and low-allocation memory structures for the fastest possible encoding.
 
* Includes EBU R.128-based ReplayGain "2.0" analysis and tagging.
 
* Includes EBU R.128-based ReplayGain "2.0" analysis and tagging.
 
* Seamless tag preservation and conversion between formats (including cover art).
 
* Seamless tag preservation and conversion between formats (including cover art).
 
* PowerShell interface brings powerful integration and scripting capabilities.
 
* PowerShell interface brings powerful integration and scripting capabilities.
* The API is open-source, well documented, and extensible.
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* API is open-source, well-documented and extensible.
  
 
== Supported Formats ==
 
== Supported Formats ==
 
* [[FLAC]]
 
* [[FLAC]]
* [[Opus]]
 
 
* [[Ogg_Vorbis|Ogg Vorbis]]
 
* [[Ogg_Vorbis|Ogg Vorbis]]
 
* [[MP3]] ([[LAME]])
 
* [[MP3]] ([[LAME]])
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== Example usage ==
 
== Example usage ==
For up-to-date examples, run
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For up-to-date examples, run '''Get-Help about_AudioWorks.Commands'''. The various cmdlets are [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks/tree/master/AudioWorks/src/AudioWorks.Commands also documented here].
    '''Get-Help about_AudioWorks.Commands'''
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The various cmdlets are [https://github.com/jherby2k/AudioWorks/tree/master/AudioWorks/src/AudioWorks.Commands/docs also documented here].
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== Externals links ==
 
== Externals links ==

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