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Bino(1)			    General Commands Manual		       Bino(1)

NAME
       Bino - a	3D video player	with multi-display support.

SYNOPSIS
       bino [option...]	[file...]

DESCRIPTION
       Bino  plays  stereoscopic  videos, also known as	3D videos. Such	videos
       have separate views for the left	and right eye  and  thus  allow	 depth
       perception through stereopsis.
       All  input  files  are  combined	into one media source, so you can have
       video, audio, and subtitle streams in separate  files.  The  files  are
       decoded with the	FFmpeg libraries, so URLs and other special constructs
       are supported.

       --help Print help.

       --version
	      Print version.

       -n|--no-gui
	      Do not use the GUI, just play the	given input in a plain	window
	      using the	parameters given on the	command	line.

       --log-file=FILE
	      Append all log messages to the given file.

       -L|--log-level=LEVEL
	      Select log level:	debug, info, warning, error, or	quiet.

       --list-audio-devices
	      Print a list of known audio devices and exit.

       -A|--audio-device=N
	      Use audio	device number N. N=0 is	the default device.

       -D|--audio-delay=D
	      Delay audio by D milliseconds. Default is	0.

       -V|--audio-volume=V
	      Set audio	volume (0 to 1). Default is 1.

       -m|--audio-mute
	      Mute audio.

       --device-type=TYPE
	      Type of input device: default, firewire, or x11.

       --device-frame-size=WxH
	      If  the  input  is  a device, request the	given frame size, e.g.
	      640x480.

       --device-frame-rate=N/D
	      If the input is a	device,	request	the  given  frame  rate,  e.g.
	      25/1.

       --device-format=FORMAT
	      Request format default or	mjpeg from device.

       --read-commands=FILE
	      Read commands from file.

       --lirc-config=FILE
	      Use  the	given LIRC configuration file. This option can be used
	      more than	once.

       --quality=Q
	      Set rendering quality, from 0 (fastest) to 4 (best, default).

       -v|--video=STREAM
	      Select video stream (1-n,	depending on the input).

       -a|--audio=STREAM
	      Select audio stream (1-n,	depending on the input).

       -s|--subtitle=STREAM
	      Select subtitle stream (1-n, depending on	the input).

       -i|--input=TYPE
	      Select input type.

	      mono   Single view.

	      separate-left-right
		     Left/right	view in	separate streams, left first.

	      separate-right-left
		     Left/right	view in	separate streams, right	first.

	      alternating-left-right
		     Left/right	alternating, left first.

	      alternating-right-left
		     Left/right	alternating, right first.

	      top-bottom
		     Left view top, right view bottom.

	      top-bottom-half
		     Left view top, right view bottom, half height.

	      bottom-top
		     Left view bottom, right view top.

	      bottom-top-half
		     Left view bottom, right view top, half height.

	      left-right
		     Left view left, right view	right.

	      left-right-half
		     Left view left, right view	right, half width.

	      right-left
		     Left view right, right view left.

	      right-left-half
		     Left view right, right view left, half width.

	      even-odd-rows
		     Left view even rows, right	view odd rows.

	      odd-even-rows
		     Left view odd rows, right view even rows.

	      The default is to	autodetect  the	 input	type  from  meta  data
	      stored in	the file.  If this fails, Bino tries to	autodetect the
	      input type based on the file name, by looking at the  last  part
	      of  the file name	before the file	name extension (.ext). If that
	      fails, too, Bino guesses based on	the resolution of the input.
	      The following file name forms are	recognized:

	      *-lr.ext
		     left-right

	      *-lrh.ext	or *-lrq.ext
		     left-right-half

	      *-rl.ext
		     left-right	swapped

	      *-rlh.ext	or *-rlq.ext
		     left-right-half swapped

	      *-tb.ext or *-ab.ext
		     top-bottom

	      *-tbh.ext	or *-abq.ext
		     top-bottom-half

	      *-bt.ext or *-ba.ext
		     top-bottom	swapped

	      *-bth.ext	or *-baq.ext
		     top-bottom-half swapped

	      *-eo.ext or *-eoq.ext or *-3dir.ext
		     even-odd-rows

	      *-oe.ext or *-oeq.ext or *-3di.ext
		     even-odd-rows swapped

	      *-2d.ext
		     mono

       -o|--output=TYPE
	      Select output type.

	      stereo OpenGL quad-buffer	stereo.

	      alternating
		     Left and right view alternating.

	      mono-left
		     Left view only.

	      mono-right
		     Right view	only.

	      top-bottom
		     Left view top, right view bottom.

	      top-bottom-half
		     Left view top, right view bottom, half height.

	      left-right
		     Left view left, right view	right.

	      left-right-half
		     Left view left, right view	right, half width.

	      even-odd-rows
		     Left view even rows, right	view odd rows.

	      even-odd-columns
		     Left view even columns, right view	odd columns.

	      checkerboard
		     Left and right view in checkerboard pattern.

	      hdmi-frame-pack
		     HDMI frame	packing	mode (left  top,  right	 bottom,  plus
		     extra blank lines separating the two views). This mode is
		     only necessary if you are forcing your display  into  the
		     corresponding HDMI	3D mode.

	      red-cyan-monochrome
		     Red/cyan anaglyph,	monochrome method.

	      red-cyan-half-color
		     Red/cyan anaglyph,	half color method.

	      red-cyan-full-color
		     Red/cyan anaglyph,	full color method.

	      red-cyan-dubois
		     Red/cyan anaglyph,	high-quality Dubois method.

	      green-magenta-monochrome
		     Green/magenta anaglyph, monochrome	method.

	      green-magenta-half-color
		     Green/magenta anaglyph, half color	method.

	      green-magenta-full-color
		     Green/magenta anaglyph, full color	method.

	      green-magenta-dubois
		     Green/magenta anaglyph, high-quality Dubois method.

	      amber-blue-monochrome
		     Amber/blue	anaglyph, monochrome method.

	      amber-blue-half-color
		     Amber/blue	anaglyph, half color method.

	      amber-blue-full-color
		     Amber/blue	anaglyph, full color method.

	      amber-blue-dubois
		     Amber/blue	anaglyph, high-quality Dubois method.

	      red-green-monochrome
		     Red/green anaglyph, monochrome method.

	      red-blue-monochrome
		     Red/blue anaglyph,	monochrome method.

	      equalizer
		     Multi-display  OpenGL via Equalizer with a	2D canvas set-
		     up.

	      equalizer-3d
		     Multi-display OpenGL via Equalizer	with a 3D screen  set-
		     up.

	      For  stereo input, the default is	stereo if the display supports
	      it, otherwise red-cyan-dubois. The default  for  mono  input  is
	      mono-left.

       -S|--swap-eyes
	      Swap left/right view.

       -f|--fullscreen
	      Fullscreen.

       --fullscreen-screens=[S0[,S1[,...]]]
	      Use  the	listed	screens	S0, ..., Sn in fullscreen mode.	Screen
	      numbers start with 1. If the list	is empty, the  primary	screen
	      will be used (this is the	default).

       --fullscreen-flip-left
	      Flip left	view vertically	when in	fullscreen mode.

       --fullscreen-flop-left
	      Flop left	view horizontally when in fullscreen mode.

       --fullscreen-flip-right
	      Flip right view vertically when in fullscreen mode.

       --fullscreen-flop-right
	      Flop right view horizontally when	in fullscreen mode.

       --fullscreen-3dr-sync
	      Use DLP(R) 3-D Ready Sync	when in	fullscreen mode.

       -z|--zoom=Z
	      Set zoom for videos that are wider than the screen, from 0 (off;
	      show full	video width) to	1 (full; use full screen height).  The
	      default is 0.

       -C|--crop=W:H
	      Crop the video to	the given aspect ratio,	to remove borders. 0:0
	      disables cropping.

       -c|--center
	      Center window on screen.

       --subtitle-encoding=ENC
	      Set subtitle encoding.

       --subtitle-font=FONT
	      Set subtitle font	name.

       --subtitle-size=N
	      Set subtitle font	size.

       --subtitle-scale=S
	      Set subtitle scale factor.

       --subtitle-color=COLOR
	      Set subtitle color, in [AA]RRGGBB	format.

       --subtitle-shadow=-1|0|1
	      Set subtitle shadow, -1=default, 0=off, 1=on.

       --subtitle-parallax=VAL
	      Subtitle parallax	adjustment (-1 to +1).

       -P|--parallax=VAL
	      Parallax adjustment (-1 to +1).

       --crosstalk=VAL
	      Crosstalk	leak level (0 to 1). Comma-separated  values  for  the
	      R,G,B channels.

       --ghostbust=VAL
	      Amount of	crosstalk ghostbusting to apply	(0 to 1).

       -b|--benchmark
	      Benchmark	 mode:	no  audio,  no time synchronization, output of
	      frames-per-second	measurements.

       --swap-interval=D
	      Frame rate divisor relative to display refresh rate. The default
	      is 0 for benchmark mode and 1 otherwise.

       -l|--loop
	      Loop the input media.

INTERACTIVE CONTROL
       ESC    Leave fullscreen mode, or	quit when in window mode.

       q      Quit.

       p or SPACE
	      Pause / unpause.

       f      Toggle fullscreen.

       c      Center window.

       e or F7
	      Swap left/right eye.

       v      Cycle through available video streams.

       a      Cycle through available audio streams.

       s      Cycle through available subtitle streams.

       1, 2   Adjust contrast.

       3, 4   Adjust brightness.

       5, 6   Adjust hue.

       7, 8   Adjust saturation.

       [, ]   Adjust parallax.

       (, )   Adjust ghostbusting.

       <, >   Adjust zoom for videos that are wider than the screen.

       /, *   Adjust audio volume.

       m      Toggle audio mute.

       .      Step a single video frame	forward.

       left, right
	      Seek 10 seconds backward / forward.

       down, up
	      Seek 1 minute backward / forward.

       page down, page up
	      Seek 10 minutes backward / forward.

       Mouse click
	      Seek according to	the horizontal click position.

       Media Keys
	      Media keys (if available)	should work as expected.

AUTHORS
       The Bino	developers.

SEE ALSO
       ffmpeg(1)

				    2013-01			       Bino(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | INTERACTIVE CONTROL | AUTHORS | SEE ALSO

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