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adjusts the volume of WAV, MP3 and OGG files to a standard volume level
normalize-audio is a tool for adjusting the volume of WAV, MP3 and OGG files to a standard volume level. This is useful for things like creating mix CDs and MP3 databases, where different recording levels on different albums can cause the volume to vary greatly from song to song.
Overclock an NVIDIA card (GTK+ interface)
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Ruby module for reading and writing zip files
rubyzip is a ruby library for reading and writing zip (pkzip format) files, with the restriction that only uncompressed and deflated zip entries are supported. All this library does is handling of the zip file format. the actual compression/decompression is handled by zlib. zlib is accessible from ruby thanks to ruby/zlib
module providing low-level manipulation of Perl data
Data::Peek is a module that allows for low-level manipulation of Perl data structures, particularly for displaying the internal representation of given Perl variables. . In particular, it allows one to look at a scalar value to determine whether it contains a string (PV), integer (IV or UV) or floating point number (NV); the reference count of that scalar (REFCOUNT) and other flags (such as whether the string is UTF-8). . This module can also create triple variables, which are similar to the dual variables provided by Scalar::Util - they have two or three values, and the value which is returned depends on the context in which it is used.
Perl module to patch perl source à la Devel::PPPort's buildperl.pl
Devel::PatchPerl is a modularisation of the patching code contained in Devel::PPPort's buildperl.pl. . It does not build perls, it merely provides an interface to the source patching functionality.
Perl module to prompt for input, read it, clean it, return it
IO::Prompter exports a single subroutine, prompt, that prints a prompt (but only if the program's selected input and output streams are connected to a terminal), then reads some input, then chomps it, and finally returns an object representing that text.