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umplayer(1)			   UMPlayer			   umplayer(1)

NAME
       UMPlayer	- The best GUI frontend	for MPlayer

SYNOPSIS
       umplayer	 [-minigui] [-mpcgui] [-defaultgui] [-config-path _directory_]
       [-send-action	   _action_name_]	[-actions	_action_list_]
       [[-no]-close-at-end]  [[-no]-fullscreen]	 [-sub	_subtitle_file_] [-pos
       _x_    _y_]     [-size	  _width_     _height_]	    [-add-to-playlist]
       [-help|--help|-h|-?] [[-playlist] _media1_] [[-playlist]	_media2_]...

DESCRIPTION
       UMPlayer	 is  a GUI media player	based on Qt 4, using mplayer(1)	as its
       backend.

OPTIONS
       -minigui
	      Open the mini GUI	instead	of the default one.

       -mpcgui
	      Open the mpc GUI instead of the default one.

       -defaultgui
	      Open the default gui.

       -config-path <directory>
	      Specify the directory for	the configuration files	(umplayer.ini,
	      umplayer_files.ini...).

       -send-action <action_name>
	      Try to make a connection to another running instance and send to
	      it the specified action.

	      Example: umplayer	-send-action pause

	      The rest of options (if any) will	be ignored and the application
	      will exit. It will return	0 on success or	-1 on failure.

       -actions	<action_list>
	      <action_list>  is	a list of actions separated by spaces. The ac-
	      tions will be executed just after	loading	the file (if  any)  in
	      the  same	 order	as  input. For switchable actions you can pass
	      true or false as parameter.

	      Example: umplayer	-actions.br "fullscreen	compact	true"

	      Quotes are necessary in case you pass more than one action.

       -close-at-end
	      Close the	main window when the file/playlist finishes.

       -no-close-at-end
	      Do not close the main window when	the file/playlist finishes.

       -fullscreen
	      Play the video in	fullscreen mode.

       -no-fullscreen
	      Play the video in	windowed mode.

       -sub   Specify the subtitle file	to be  loaded  (for  the  first	 video
	      only).

       -pos <x>	<y>
	      Specify the coordinates where the	main window will be displayed.

       -size <width> <height>
	      Specify the size of the main window.

       -h, -help, --help, -?
	      Show the help message and	then exit.

       -add-to-playlist
	      If there is another instance running, the	media will be added to
	      that instance's playlist.	If there is no	other  instance,  this
	      option will be ignored and the files will	be opened in a new in-
	      stance.

       <media1>	<media2> ...
	      Any kind of file that UMPlayer can open. It can be a local file,
	      a	 DVD (e.g. dvd://1), an	Internet stream	(e.g. mms://....) or a
	      local playlist in	format m3u or pls. If the -playlist option  is
	      used, that means that UMPlayer will pass the -playlist option to
	      MPlayer, so MPlayer will handle the playlist, not	UMPlayer.

SEE ALSO
       mplayer(1)

AUTHOR
       The author of UMPlayer is Ricardo Villalba <rvm@escomposlinux.org>.

       This manual page	was written by Matvey Kozhev <sikon@lucidfox.org>  for
       the  Ubuntu  project  (but may be used by others).  Has been updated by
       greengreat <gmeildeno@gmail.com>	for the	UMPlayer project (July 2009).

       Permission is granted to	copy, distribute and/or	modify	this  document
       under  the  terms  of  the GNU General Public License, Version 2	or any
       later version published by the Free Software Foundation.	On Debian sys-
       tems,  the complete text	of the GNU General Public License can be found
       in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

BUGS
       Please submit bugs to http://sourceforge.net/projects/umplayer.

The UMPlayer Project		   July	2009			   umplayer(1)

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