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       splay - MPEG-1,2 Audio layer 1,2,3 file player


       splay [-2VMfmrsv] [-k num] [-d dev] [-l list] [-t num] filenames...


       Splay is the sound file player such as MPEG-1,2 Audio files.  And you can play these files
       using list file.  With pthread, it can play sound files smoother.


       Splay has several options.

       -2     play MPEG-Audio files with half-frequency.  If you use this option,  you  may  play
              MPEG audio files with job which exhausts CPU very much.
       -f     display info on played and remaining frames and time.
       -m     force to mono.  Play with mono even if file is in stereo.
       -r     Repeat forever.  If you -r with -s, list files are shuffled every time.
       -s     Shuffle play. If you give list file or a number of files, Splay will rearrange them
              randomly. And with -r every time the order of files is changed.
              Verbose, Very verbose, Very very verbose.
       -M     Play MPEG file from standard input.
       -V     Show version number.
       -t  num
              num of frames were saved during playing. When CPU is so  busy  and  prevents  splay
              from  decoding,  splay  will play back using saved frames. This feature lets you do
              other job freely while listening to MPEG music.
       -k  num
              num of frames are skipped at the start of playing.
       -d  dev
              Change device file. Default device file is /dev/dsp.  If you can't use this  device
              file  or  you  can  output  raw type data to file, you can use this option.  If the
              first character of dev is / , dev would be considered as device file, If the  first
              character  of  dev is - , dev would be considered as standard output, otherwise dev
              would be considered as normal file.
       -l  list
              Select list file.  http:// can be used. (e.g. http://localhost/abc.m3u)
              You can put several files, and use http:// If you use  -l  option,  these  will  be