cplay - a front-end for various audio players
cplay [-options] [ file | dir | playlist ] ...
cplay is a front-end for various audio players. It aims to provide a
user-friendly interface with simple filelist and playlist control.
Invoking cplay without any options puts you in the filelist in which
you can navigate around looking for audio files. When you specify an
audio file, cplay automatically adds it to the playlist which can be
accessed by pressing the tabulator key.
Use ’h’ to display the help window.
Shell command-lines are executed with tagged or current entries as
positional parameters, which means that "$@" might be useful.
Currently, the following audio formats are supported: MP3 (through
mpg321, splay, mpg123 or madplay), Ogg Vorbis (through ogg123), and
various module-formats (through mikmod and xmp).
-n Enable restricted mode
-r Toggles playlist repeat mode
-R Toggles playlist random mode
-v Toggles PCM and MASTER (default) volume control
ogg123(1), mpg123(1), mpg321(1), splay(1), madplay(1), mikmod(1),
xmp(1), play(1), speexdec(1)
/var/tmp/cplay_control - Optional remote control fifo.
/etc/cplayrc - Optional configuration file.
~/.cplayrc - Optional configuration file.
Ulf Betlehem <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In order for either mp3info (ID3) or ogginfo to work, both
corresponding python modules have to be installed.