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AUDACIOUS(1)			   Audacious			  AUDACIOUS(1)

NAME
       audacious - an advanced audio player.

SYNOPSIS
       audacious [option ...] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION
       Audacious  is  a	 free  advanced	 audio player for Linux	and many other
       UNIX-compatible systems.	 It focuses on low resource usage, high	 audio
       quality,	 and support for a wide	range of audio formats.	 It was	origi-
       nally based on Beep Media Player, which was in turn based on XMMS.

OPTIONS
   Getting help:
       -h, --help
	      Show a brief list	of options.

   Opening files:
       -e, --enqueue
	      Add the files on the command line	to the current playlist	but do
	      not start	playback.

       -E, --enqueue-to-temp
	      Add  the	files  on  the	command	 line  to  the ``Now Playing''
	      playlist and start playback.

   Controlling playback:
       -p, --play
	      Start playback.  If paused, playback will	resume from  the  same
	      point.   If  already active and not paused, it will restart from
	      the beginning of the song.

       -u, --pause
	      Pause playback, or resume	if already paused.

       -t, --play-pause
	      Equivalent to --pause if playback	is active, otherwise --play.

       -s, --stop
	      Stop playback.

       -r, --rew
	      Skip to the previous song	in the playlist.

       -f, --fwd
	      Skip to the next song in the playlist.

   Miscellaneous:
       -m, --show-main-window
	      Show the Audacious window	if it is hidden	and bring  it  to  the
	      top.

       -j, --show-jump-box
	      Show the Jump to Song window.

       -H, --headless
	      Start  in	 command-line  mode;  i.e., without any	graphical user
	      interface.

       -q, --quit-after-play
	      Exit as soon as playback stops, or immediately if	there is noth-
	      ing to play.

       -v, --version
	      Print version information	and exit.

       -V, --verbose
	      Print debugging output while running (may	be used	twice for even
	      more output).

       -N, --new-instance
	      Starts a new instance.  The second instance started may be  con-
	      trolled  with audtool -2,	the third with audtool -3, etc.	(up to
	      9	instances).

KEYBINDINGS
       Control + Return	       Play
       Space, Control +	,      Pause
       Control + .	       Stop
       Alt + Up		       Previous	song
       Alt + Down	       Next song
       Right arrow	       Seek forward (by	default	5 seconds)
       Left arrow	       Seek backward (by default 5 seconds)
       Escape		       Scroll to current song
       Control + a	       Select all songs	in playlist
       Shift + Control + a     Cancel selection
       Control + + (plus)      Increase	volume 5 percent
       Control + - (minus)     Decrease	volume 5 percent
       Control + s	       Toggle shuffle
       Control + r	       Toggle repeat
       Control + n	       Toggle advancing	in playlist
       Control + m	       Toggle stopping after current song
       Control + e	       Display Equalizer
       Control + y	       Display Search Tool
       Control + i	       Display Song Information	dialog
       Control + k	       Display Jump to Time dialog
       Control + j	       Display Jump to Song dialog
       Control + p	       Display Playlist	Manager	dialog
       Control + u	       Display Queue Manager dialog
       Control + o	       Display Open Files dialog
       Shift + Control + o     Display Add Files dialog
       Control + l	       Display Open URL	dialog
       Shift + Control + l     Display Add URL dialog

FILES
       ~/.config/audacious/config, ~/.config/audacious-2/config, etc.
	      Configuration file for each Audacious instance.

       ~/.config/audacious/playlists, ~/.config/audacious-2/playlists, etc.
	      Folders in which playlists are stored.

       ~/.local/share/audacious/Skins, ${prefix}/share/audacious/Skins
	      Default locations	where Audacious	should look for	skin files.

ENVIRONMENT
       SKINSDIR	   Colon separated list	of paths where Audacious  should  look
		   for skin files.

       TARCMD	   Tar	command	 supporting GNU	tar style decompression.  Used
		   for unpacking gzip and bzip2	compressed skins.  Default  is
		   tar.

       UNZIPCMD	   Command  for	 decompressing	zip files (skins).  Default is
		   unzip.

SEE ALSO
       audtool(1)

WEBSITE
       http://audacious-media-player.org

Version	3.8.2			   May 2016			  AUDACIOUS(1)

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