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XMMS(1) 				XMMS Manual Pages				  XMMS(1)

       XMMS - an audio player for X.

       xmms  [-h]  [--help]  [-n <session>] [--session=<session>] [-r] [--rew] [-p] [--play] [-u]
       [--pause] [-s] [--stop] [-f]  [--fwd]  [-e]  [--enqueue]  [-m]  [--show-main-window]  [-v]
       [--version] [filename]...

       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 formats.

       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.

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

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

       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
       /usr/share/xmms/Skins, ~/.xmms/Skins, and locations specified by the SKINSDIR variable.

       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
	 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

       ~/.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, /usr/share/xmms/Skins
			 Default locations where XMMS should look for skinfiles.

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

       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.

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

       wmxmms(1), gnomexmms(1)

Version 1.2.7				18 September 2001				  XMMS(1)
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