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NAME

       audacious - an advanced audio player.

SYNOPSIS

       audacious [option ...] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION

       Audacious  is  a  free  advanced  audio  player  for  Linux and many other UNIX-compatible
       systems.  It focuses on low resource usage, high audio quality, and  support  for  a  wide
       range  of  audio formats.  It was originally based on Beep Media Player, which was in turn
       based on XMMS.

OPTIONS

   Getting help:
       -h, --help
              Show a brief list of options.

   Opening files:
       -e, --enqueue
              Add the files on the command  line  to  the  current  playlist  but  do  not  start
              playback.

       -E, --enqueue-to-temp
              Add  the  files  on  the  command  line  to  the ``Now Playing'' playlist and start
              playback.

   Controlling playback:
       -p, --play
              Start playback.  If paused, playback will resume from the same point.   If  already
              active and not paused, it will restart from the beginning of the song.

       -u, --pause
              Pause playback, or resume if already paused.

       -t, --play-pause
              Equivalent to --pause if playback is active, otherwise --play.

       -s, --stop
              Stop playback.

       -r, --rew
              Skip to the previous song in the playlist.

       -f, --fwd
              Skip to the next song in the playlist.

   Miscellaneous:
       -m, --show-main-window
              Show the Audacious window if it is hidden and bring it to the top.

       -j, --show-jump-box
              Show the Jump to Song window.

       -H, --headless
              Start in command-line mode; i.e., without any graphical user interface.

       -q, --quit-after-play
              Exit as soon as playback stops, or immediately if there is nothing to play.

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

       -V, --verbose
              Print debugging output while running (may be used twice for even more output).

       -N, --new-instance
              Starts  a new instance.  The second instance started may be controlled with audtool
              -2, the third with audtool -3, etc. (up to 9 instances).

KEYBINDINGS

       Control + Return        Play
       Space, Control + ,      Pause
       Control + .             Stop
       Alt + Up                Previous song
       Alt + Down              Next song
       Right arrow             Seek forward (by default 5 seconds)
       Left arrow              Seek backward (by default 5 seconds)
       Escape                  Scroll to current song
       Control + a             Select all songs in playlist
       Shift + Control + a     Cancel selection
       Control + + (plus)      Increase volume 5 percent
       Control + - (minus)     Decrease volume 5 percent
       Control + s             Toggle shuffle
       Control + r             Toggle repeat
       Control + n             Toggle advancing in playlist
       Control + m             Toggle stopping after current song
       Control + e             Display Equalizer
       Control + y             Display Search Tool
       Control + i             Display Song Information dialog
       Control + k             Display Jump to Time dialog
       Control + j             Display Jump to Song dialog
       Control + p             Display Playlist Manager dialog
       Control + u             Display Queue Manager dialog
       Control + o             Display Open Files dialog
       Shift + Control + o     Display Add Files dialog
       Control + l             Display Open URL dialog
       Shift + Control + l     Display Add URL dialog

FILES

       ~/.config/audacious/config, ~/.config/audacious-2/config, etc.
              Configuration file for each Audacious instance.

       ~/.config/audacious/playlists, ~/.config/audacious-2/playlists, etc.
              Folders in which playlists are stored.

       ~/.local/share/audacious/Skins, ${prefix}/share/audacious/Skins
              Default locations where Audacious should look for skin files.

ENVIRONMENT

       SKINSDIR    Colon separated list of paths where Audacious should look for skin files.

       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.

SEE ALSO

       audtool(1)

WEBSITE

       https://audacious-media-player.org