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XMMS(1)			       XMMS Manual Pages		       XMMS(1)

NAME
       XMMS - an audio player for X.

SYNOPSIS
       xmms  [-h]  [--help]  [-n _session_] [--session=_session_] [-r] [--rew]
       [-p] [--play] [-u] [--pause] [-s]  [--stop]  [-t]  [--play-pause]  [-f]
       [--fwd] [-e] [--enqueue]	[-S] [--toggle-shuffle]	[-R] [--toggle-repeat]
       [-A] [--toggle-advance] [-m]  [--show-main-window]  [-q]	 [--quit]  [-i
       _session	 id_]  [--sm-client-id=_session	 id_]  [-v] [--version]	[file-
       name]...

DESCRIPTION
       XMMS is the X Multimedia	System.	 It is used to play  audio  and	 other
       kinds of	media files.  By default XMMS can play MPEG audio, Ogg Vorbis,
       RIFF wav, most module formats and a few other  formats.	 XMMS  can  be
       extended	through	plugins	to play	a number of other audio	and video for-
       mats.

OPTIONS
       XMMS accepts the	following options:

       -h, --help
	      Show summary of options.

       -n, --session
	      Select XMMS session (Default: 0).

       -r, --rew
	      Skip backwards in	playlist.

       -p, --play
	      Start playing current playlist.

       -u, --pause
	      Pause current song.

       -s, --stop
	      Stop current song.

       -t, --play-pause
	      Pause if playing,	play otherwise.

       -f, --fwd
	      Skip forward in playlist.

       -e, --enqueue
	      Don't clear the playlist.

       -Q, --queue
	      Add file(s) to playlist and queue

       -S, --toggle-shuffle[=SWITCH]
	      Toggle the 'shuffle' flag.

	      Optional argument	SWITCH may be either 'on' or 'off'

       -R, --toggle-repeat[=SWITCH]
	      Toggle the 'repeat' flag.

	      Optional argument	SWITCH may be either 'on' or 'off'

       -A, --toggle-advance[=SWITCH]
	      Toggle the 'no playlist advance' flag.

	      Optional argument	SWITCH may be either 'on' or 'off'

       -m, --show-main-window
	      Show the main window.

       -i, --sm-client-id
	      Set session manager identification.

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

       -q, --quit
	      Close remote session.

SKINS
       XMMS supports WinAmp style  skins.   Skins  may	be  stored  in	either
       archived	(.zip, .wsz, .tgz, .tar.gz, or .tar.bz2) or unarchived format.
       XMMS looks for skinfiles	in ${prefix}/share/xmms/Skins,	~/.xmms/Skins,
       and locations specified by the SKINSDIR variable.

KEYBINDINGS
       Global keybindings for XMMS:

	 z		     Previous song
	 x		     Play
	 c		     Pause
	 v		     Stop
	 b		     Next song
	 l		     Play file
	 j		     Jump to file
	 r		     Toggle Repeat
	 s		     Toggle Shuffle
	 Shift + l	     Play directory
	 Control + l	     Play location
	 Control + p	     Preferences dialog
	 Control + v	     Visualization plugin dialog
	 Control + r	     Time remaining
	 Control + a	     Always on top
	 Control + w	     Winshade mode
	 Control + d	     Doublesize	mode
	 Control + e	     Easy move
	 Control + j	     Jump to time
	 Control + z	     Start of list
	 Control + n	     No	Playlist Advance
	 Control + 3	     File info dialog
	 Control + Alt + w   Toggle Equalizer winshade mode
	 Shift + Control + w Playlist winshade mode
	 Alt + w	     Hide/show mainwindow
	 Alt + e	     Hide/show playlistwindow
	 Alt + g	     Hide/show Equalizer
	 Alt + s	     Skin selecting window

       Main window specific:

	 Arrow key up	     Volume up 2%
	 Arrow key down	     Volume down 2%
	 Arrow key right     Skip 5 seconds forward in song
	 Arrow key left	     Skip 5 seconds back in song

       Playlist	window specific:

	 Arrow key up	     Up	one step in playlist
	 Arrow key down	     Down one step in playlist
	 Delete		     Remove selected songs from	playlist
	 Control + Delete    Keeps the selected	tracks and removes the rest
	 Q		     Queue/Dequeue the tracks selected
	 Shift + Q	     Clear the queue list
	 Alt + Q	     Queue manager
	 Page Up	     Move one page up
	 Page Down	     Move one page down
	 Home		     First page	in playlist
	 End		     Last page in playlist
	 Enter		     Play selected song
	 Insert		     Add file dialog
	 Shift + Insert	     Add directory dialog
	 Alt + Insert	     Add url dialog

       Equalizer shade mode specific:

	 Arrow key up	     Volume up 2%
	 Arrow key down	     Volume down 2%
	 Arrow key right     Balance 4%	to right
	 Arrow key left	     Balance 4%	to left

FILES
       ~/.xmms/config	 Users xmms configuration.

       ~/.xmms/xmms.m3u	 Default playlist usually loaded on startup.

       ~/.xmms/gtkrc	 Users	set  of	 xmms-specific	GTK  config  settings.
			 Options such as widget	color and fonts	sizes  can  be
			 set here.

       ~/.xmms/menurc	 Users set of keybindings.

       ~/.xmms/Skins, ${prefix}/share/xmms/Skins
			 Default  locations  where  XMMS should	look for skin-
			 files.

       ~/.xmms/Plugins	 Location of user installed plugins.

ENVIRONMENT
       SKINSDIR	   Colon separated list	of paths where XMMS  should  look  for
		   skinfiles.

       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.

OTHER INFO
       The webpage for XMMS is at http://www.xmms.org.	Here you can find info
       about XMMS, download the	latest version,	plugins, and skins.

SEE ALSO
       wmxmms(1)

Version	1.2.11			 17 March 2004			       XMMS(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | SKINS | KEYBINDINGS | FILES | ENVIRONMENT | OTHER INFO | SEE ALSO

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