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Added manpages.

These manpages were written by Simon Chopin for the Debian project and later
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+Copyright
+---------
+With the exception of the manpages, all files are
+Copyright (c) 2009, 2010 Felix Krull <f_krull@gmx.de>
+The manpages were originally written for the Debian project and are
+Copyright (c) 2011 Simon Chopin <chopin.simon@gmail.com>

man/collectiongain.rst

+================
+ collectiongain
+================
+
+------------------------------------------
+ large scale Replay Gain calculating tool
+------------------------------------------
+
+:Date:   2011-11-26
+:Version: 1.0
+:Manual section: 1
+:Manual group: rgain
+
+SYNOPSIS
+========
+
+| **collectiongain** [*options*] *music_dir*
+| **collectiongain** --help
+| **collectiongain** --version
+
+DESCRIPTION
+===========
+
+**collectiongain** is a script calculating the Replay Gain values of a large set of
+music files inside *music_dir*. Each audio file will be rectified against the
+other files of the same album, which are identified using the file tags.
+
+OPTIONS
+=======
+
+--version
+    Display the version of the software.
+
+-h, --help
+    Display a short summary of the available options.
+
+-f, --force
+    Recalculate Replay Gain even if the file already contains gain information.
+
+-d, --dry-run
+    Don't actually modify any files.
+
+-r REF, --reference-loudness=REF
+    Set the reference loudness to REF dB (default: 89 dB)
+
+--mp3-format=MP3_FORMAT
+    Choose the Replay Gain data format for MP3 files.  Since there is no
+    commonly accepted standard for Replay Gain in MP3 files, you need to choose.
+    Possible formats are :
+
+ - *ql* (used by **Quod Libet**). This is the default value.
+ - *fb2k* (read and written by **foobar2000**, also understood by **Quod Libet**)
+ - *mp3gain* (tags as written by the **mp3gain** program; this doesn't modify the
+   MP3 audio data as said program does).
+
+--ignore-cache
+    Don't trust implicit assumptions about what was already done, instead check
+    all files for Replay Gain data explicitly.
+
+SEE ALSO
+========
+
+**replaygain(1)**

man/replaygain.rst

+============
+ replaygain
+============
+
+--------------------------------
+ single file Replay Gain editor
+--------------------------------
+
+:Date:   2011-11-26
+:Version: 1.0
+:Manual section: 1
+:Manual group: rgain
+
+SYNOPSIS
+========
+
+| **replaygain** [*options*] *AUDIO_FILE* [*AUDIO_FILE* ...]
+| **replaygain** --help
+| **replaygain** --version
+
+DESCRIPTION
+===========
+
+**replaygain** applies or displays Replay Gain information for audio files.
+
+OPTIONS
+=======
+
+--version
+    Display the version of the software.
+
+-h, --help
+    Display a short documentation.
+
+-f, --force
+    Recalculate Replay Gain even if the file already contains gain information.
+
+-d, --dry-run
+    Don't actually modify any files.
+
+-r REF, --reference-loudness=REF
+    Set the reference loudness to REF dB (default: 89 dB)
+
+--mp3-format=MP3_FORMAT
+    Choose the Replay Gain data format for MP3 files.  Since there is no
+    commonly accepted standard for Replay Gain in MP3 files, you need to choose.
+    Possible formats are :
+
+ - *ql* (used by **Quod Libet**). This is the default value.
+ - *fb2k* (read and written by **foobar2000**, also understood by **Quod Libet**)
+ - *mp3gain* (tags as written by the **mp3gain** program; this doesn't modify the
+   MP3 audio data as said program does).
+
+--no-album
+    Don't write any album gain information.
+
+--show
+    Don't calculate anything, simply show Replay Gain information for the
+    specified files. In this mode, all options other than **--mp3-format**
+    are ignored.
+
+SEE ALSO
+========
+
+**collectiongain(1)**
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