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       gjay - organizes music collections


       gjay [-a file] [-c color] [-d] [-f] file] [-l length] [-p] [-s] [-u] [-v verbosity] [-P]
       gjay [-hV]


       gjay  (Gtk+ DJ) analyzes and categorizes collections of MP3, OGG, FLAC and WAV music files
       so that interesting playlists can be generated. Each song is assigned characteristics (BPM
       and spectrum) and user-assigned attributes (rating and color). "Color" is just a handy way
       for a user to describe a song.

       gjay has both a user-visible interface and a background processing  component.  The  user-
       visible  component  is  used  to select the base music directory, set song attributes, and
       generate playlists. The background component (the daemon) analyzes songs.

       Song analysis can take a while. After the base music directory has been set and the daemon
       has started its analysis, it is possible to quit the user interface portion of the program
       and allow the daemon to continue in the background. GJay can be started in daemon mode  by
       passing  -d,  in  which  case it runs until song analysis is complete.  It's OK to kill or
       ctrl+c to quit a running daemon; it saves data as it goes along.

       You can create playlists from within the GJay or from the command line.  If you generate a
       playlist  from  the  command  line,  the  previous  session's playlist preferences for the
       importance of various attributes will be used.


       -a file, --analyze-standalone=file
              Run the analysis daemon on file and then exit. Print the  results  of  analyzing  a
              file to stdout. Does not consult existing file data.

       -a color, --color=color
              Start the playlist with the initial color of color.  color can either be one of the
              named colors or a hex tuple in the format of 0xRRGGBB.

       -d, --daemon
              Run gjay as a daemon only with no GUI frontend.

       -f file, --file=file
              Start the playlist with file.

       -l minutes, --length=minutes
              Override the playlist length, the default is set in the preferences.

       -s, --skip-verification
              Skip file verification.

       -u, --m3u-playlist
              When generating a playlist, make it in the m3u format.

       -v verbosity, --verbose=verbosity
              Set the level of how verbose gjay is.

       -P, --player-start
              Start the music player after making a playlist.

       -V, --version
              Show the version and copyright information for the program.



                                            2011-03-22                                    GJAY(1)