SYNOPSISmusic123 [ -hqrvz ] file ...
DESCRIPTIONmusic123 is a shell around various command line programs to play music files. It will descend directories trees with -r, and randomize file lists with -z. The programs used and the options given them are listed in /etc/music123rc or ~/.music123rc.
- Show command help and exit;
- Quiet mode. No messages are displayed.
- Recurse into directories, instead of ignoring them.
- Display version information and exit.
- Play files in random order.
- Play the files randomly and endlessly.
- Loop. -z -l differs from -Z in that -z -l will randomize, play through the song list (without repetition) in random order once, and repeat the songs in that order over and over; -Z will randomly play the songs, without any order, and will possibly play a song right after itself.
- Ignore extension case.
- List files and exit.
- Start a task that handle commands, only one command supported : quit, using q or Q will quit the application at the end of the current song.
- Set music123 not to delay between songs. (May make music123 harder to kill).
- Customize the time music123 delays between songs. -d takes one argument, expressed in seconds, which may have a fractional part.
- [email protected]
- Play the files listed in the mandatory argument of [email protected] Other files can be added on the command line, and this option can be given several times. Note that music123 doesn't yet play URLs.
End option list.
Play three songs:
- music123 test1.ogg test2.mp3 test3.wav
Play a couple of directories and other songs at random:
- music123 -z -r Rock/ test1.ogg Pop/ test4.wav
Describes which programs
uses, which files types it supports,
and which options it passes those programs.
- Per-user config file to override the system wide settings.
David Starner <[email protected]>