Provided by: yauap_0.2.4-2_amd64
yauap - a simple command line audio player based on the GStreamer multimedia framework.
yauap [options] [URL1] [URL2] ...
Yauap a simple command line audio player based on the GStreamer multimedia framework. It provides a simple command line interface to play any audio file or stream supported by GStreamer framework installed on you system. Basic functions can be controlled via key bindings (unless -slave option was given), which are specified in the section Key Bindings below. Yauap also supports remote control of its functions via DBus. You must specify URL(s) to play unless you run yauap with the -noexit option. Options -h Display help -cdrom-device device Specify the CDROM device to play audio CD. -slave Start in slave mode (i.e. with key bindings disabled) -noexit Do not exit when the play-list is finished. Useful if you intend to initiate playback of the audio file/stream via DBus interface. Key Bindings SPACE Pause/Resume playback <- -> Seek backward/forward 10 seconds. up and down Seek backward/forward 1 minute. q / ESC Quit / and * Decrease/increase volume.
Yauap author is Sascha Sommer <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Debian distribution. MARCH 2008 Yauap(1)