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paplay(1)										paplay(1)

       paplay - Play back audio files on a PulseAudio sound server

       paplay [options] FILE

       paplay --help

       paplay --version

       paplay  is  a  simple  tool  for playing back audio files on a PulseAudio sound server. It
       understands all audio file formats supported by libsndfile.

       -h | --help
	      Show help.

	      Show version information.

       -v | --verbose
	      Enable verbose operation. Dumps the current playback time to  STDERR  during  play-

       -s | --server=SERVER
	      Choose the server to connect to.

       -d | --device=SINK
	      Specify the symbolic name of the sink to play this file on.

       -n | --client-name=NAME
	      Specify the client name paplay shall pass to the server when connecting.

	      Specify the stream name paplay shall pass to the server when creating the stream.

	      Specify  the  initial playback volume to use. Choose a value between 0 (silent) and
	      65536 (100% volume).

	      Explicitly choose a channel map when playing back this stream. The argument  should
	      be  a  comma separated list of channel names: front-left, front-right, mono, front-
	      center, rear-left, rear-right, rear-center, lfe, front-left-of-center, front-right-
	      of-center,  side-left,  side-right,  top-center,	top-front-center, top-front-left,
	      top-front-right, top-rear-left, top-rear-right, top-rear-center, or any of  the  32
	      auxiliary channel names aux0 to aux31.

       Due to a limitation in libsndfile paplay currently does not always set the correct channel
       mapping for playback of multichannel (i.e. surround) audio files, even if the channel map-
       ping information is available in the audio file.

       The  PulseAudio	Developers  <pulseaudio-discuss  (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>;
       PulseAudio is available from http://pulseaudio.org/

       pulseaudio(1), pacat(1)

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