Mentioned --list_speeds in manual page

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.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Version 1.2.7, Jan 08, 2013"
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Version 1.2.7, Mar 04, 2013"
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of track sources. No track source address may begin with a text equal to an
option which ends by "=". The list is ended by an empty line.
.BI \--list_speeds
Put out a list of speed values as reported by the output drive with
the loaded medium. This does not necessarily mean that the medium is writable
or that these speeds are actually achievable. Especially the
lists reported with empty drive or with ROM media obviously advertise
speeds for other media.
It is not mandatory to use speed values out of the listed range.
The drive is supposed to choose a safe speed that is as near to the desired
speed as possible.
At the end of the list, "Write speed L" and "Write speed H"
are the best guesses for lower and upper speed limit.
"Write speed l" and "Write speed h" may appear only with CD
and eventually override the list of other speed offers.
Only if the drive reports contradicting speed information there will appear
"Write speed 0" or "Write speed-1", which tell the outcome of speed selection
by options speed=0 resp. speed=-1, if it deviates from "Write speed L"
resp. "Write speed H".
.BI \--long_toc
Like option -toc but marking each session start by a line "first: X last: Y"
and each session end by "track:lout ...".