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OpenSolaris 2009.06 - man page for totem (opensolaris section 1)

totem(1)				  User Commands 				 totem(1)

NAME
       totem - GNOME desktop movie player

SYNOPSIS
       totem  [--debug]  [--enqueue=file|URI] [--fullscreen] [--next] [--pause] [--play] [--play-
       pause] [--previous] [--printplaying] [--quit] [--replace=file|URI]  [--seek-bwd]  [--seek-
       fwd]   [--toggle-controls]  [--volume-down]  [--volume-up]  [gnome-std-options]	[gst-std-
       options]

DESCRIPTION
       totem is a movie player for the GNOME Desktop.	It  uses  the  powerful  GStreamer  media
       framework to support a wide range of video and audio formats.  Although primarily intended
       as a movie player, totem can also play many audio formats.  Note that you may need to pur-
       chase and install additional plugins to support some media formats.

       For additional documentation on interactive use of totem select the Help menu option.  The
       menus allow access to some features not	available  through  keybindings  or  command-line
       options.

EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
       Global keybindings for totem:

	    i		      Toggle interlacing on and off
	    a		      Cycle between aspect ratios
	    p		      Toggle between play and pause
	    Esc 	      Exit full screen mode
	    f		      Toggle full screen
	    h		      Toggle display of on-screen controls
	    0		      Resize window to 50% original size
	    1		      Resize window to 100% original size
	    2		      Resize window to 200% original size
	    r		      Zoom in the video
	    t		      Zoom out the video
	    d		      Start and stop the telestrator (drawing) mode
	    e		      Erase the drawing
	    Left-arrow	      Skip back 15 seconds
	    Right-arrow       Skip forward 15 seconds
	    Shift+Left-arrow  Skip back 5 seconds
	    Shift+Right-arrow Skip forward 15 seconds
	    Ctrl+Left-arrow   Skip back 3 minutes
	    Ctrl+Right arrow  Skip forward 10 minutes
	    s		      Show the "Skip to..." dialog
	    Up-arrow	      Increase volume by 8%
	    Down-arrow	      Decrease volume by 8%
	    b		      Jump back to previous chapter/movie in playlist
	    n		      Jump to next chapter/movie in playlist
	    q		      Quit
	    s		      Show the "skip to" dialog
	    Ctrl-E	      Eject the playing optical media
	    Ctrl-O	      Open a new file
	    Ctrl-L	      Open a new URI
	    Ctrl-P	      Toggle display of the playlist
	    m		      Show the DVD menu
	    c		      Show the DVD chapter menu

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       --debug		       Enable debug.

       --enqueue=file|URI      Tell an already running instance of totem to add a new file or URI
			       to the playlist.

       --fullscreen	       Tell an already running instance of  totem  to  toggle  fullscreen
			       mode.

       --next		       Tell  an  already  running  instance  of totem to skip to the next
			       movie or chapter in the playlist.

       --pause		       Tell an already running instance of totem to pause (has no  effect
			       if already paused).

			       Toggle pause control.

       --play		       Tell  an  already running instance of totem to play (has no effect
			       if already playing).

       --play-pause	       Tell an already running instance of totem to toggle  between  play
			       and pause.

       --previous	       Tell  an already running instance of totem to return to the previ-
			       ous movie or chapter in the playlist.

       --printplaying	       Resume playback if currently paused.

       --quit		       Tell an already running instance of totem to quit.

       --replace file|URI      Tell an already running instance of totem to play the file or  URI
			       from the playlist.

       --seek-bwd	       Tell  an  already  running  instance of totem to seek backwards 15
			       seconds in the current movie.

       --seek-fwd	       Tell an already running instance of totem to seek forward 15  sec-
			       onds in the current movie.

       --toggle-controls       Resume playback if currently paused.

       --volume-down	       Tell  an  already running instance of totem to lower the volume by
			       8%.

       --volume-up	       Tell an already running instance of totem to raise the  volume  by
			       8%.

       gnome-std-options       Standard  options  available for use with most GNOME applications.
			       See gnome-std-options(5lnum>) for more information.

       gst-std-options	       Standard options available for use with	most  GStreamer  applica-
			       tions.  See gst-std-options(5) for more information.

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0	Application exited successfully

       >0	Application exited with failure

FILES
       The following files are used by this application:

       /usr/bin/totem

	   Executable for totem

       /usr/lib/totem/plugins

	   Location of totem plugins.

       /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/totem-pl-parser

	   Location of developer documentation for using the totem playlist parser.

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Availability		     |SUNWgnome-media-player	   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Interface stability	     |Volatile			   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+

SEE ALSO
       gst-launch(1),  totem-video-thumbnailer(1),  attributes(5), gnome-std-options(5), gst-std-
       options(5)

NOTES
       Written by Andre Lehovich.  Updated by Brian Cameron, Sun Microsystems Inc., 2007.

SunOS 5.11				   21 Apr 2008					 totem(1)


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