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AUPLAY(1)							     AUPLAY(1)

NAME
       auplay -	play a sound file to a Network Audio System server

SYNOPSIS
       auplay [-audio servername] [-volume 0-100] [-i] [-I] [-l] files...

DESCRIPTION
       The  auplay  program can	be used	to play	audio data stored in the .SND,
       .AU, or .WAV formats common on Sun workstations and PCs.	 It  is	 typi-
       cally  used from	shell scripts or command line procedures.  If no file-
       names are given on the command line,  audio  data  will	be  read  fron
       stdin, unless the -l option is given.

OPTIONS
       The following options may be used with the auplay program:

       -audio servername
	       This  option specifies the Network Audio	System server on which
	       the files should	be played.

       -volume 0-100
	       This option specifies the volume	at which the  data  should  be
	       played  as  a  percentage  of the maximum possible volume.  The
	       default is 100 percent.

       -i      This option indicates that the  header  information  associated
	       with  the  sound	 data should be	printed	along with playing the
	       data.

       -I      This option indicates that the  header  information  associated
	       with  the  sound	 data should be	printed	instead	of playing the
	       data.

       -l      This option indicates that a list of filenames is  to  be  read
	       from  stdin.   auplay  will  play these files after playing any
	       files given explicitly as command line arguments.

SEE ALSO
       nas(1), auctl(1), audemo(1), autool(1)

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1993, 1994 Network Computing Devices, Inc.

AUTHOR
       Greg Renda, Network Computing Devices, Inc.

				     1.9.4			     AUPLAY(1)

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