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.ds PX \s-1UNIX\s+1
.TH SPLAY 1 "Aug 3 1997" "by Woo-jae Jung" "Applications/Sound"
.SH NAME
splay \- MPEG-1,2 Audio layer 1,2,3 and Wave file player

.SH SYNOPSIS
.B splay
[-2VMWmrsv] [-d dev] [-l list] [-t num]
.I filenames...

.B xsplay
[-2Vemrsv] [-d dev] [-l list] [-t num]
.I filenames...

.SH DESCRIPTION
.I Splay
is the sound file player such as MPEG-1,2 Audio files and Wave files.
And you can play these files using list file. With pthread, it can play
sound files smoother. And it has X-interface with libqt. Splay with qt
may make you splay easily.

.SH OPTIONS
.I Splay
has several options.
.TP
.BI \-2
play MPEG-Audio files with half-frequency.\fR
If you use this option, you may play MPEG audio files with job which exhausts
CPU very much.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-e
exit when play is done. (xsplay)
.TP
.BI \-m
force to mono.\fR
.PD 0 
Play with mono even if file have stereo quality.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-r
Repeat forever. (Not X-interface)
If you \-r with \-s, list files would be shuffled everytime.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-s
Shuffle play. If you give list file or a number of files,
Splay will makes them rearranged randomly. And with \-r
Everytime the order of files would be changed.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-v
Verbose, Very verbose, Very very verbose. (Note: splay
version supplied with mp3blaster does not have this
feature anymore)
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-M
Play MPEG file as standard input.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-W
Play Wave file as standard input.
.PD 0
.TP
.BI \-V
Show version number.
.TP
.PD
.B \-t " num"
.I 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
makes you do other job freely with listing MPEG music.
.PD 0
.TP
.B \-d " dev"
Change device file. Default device file is
.I /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
.I dev
is
.B /
,
.I dev
would be considered as device file,
If the first character of
.I dev
is
.B -
,
.I dev
would be considered as standard output,
otherwise
.I dev
would be considered as normal file.
.PD 0
.TP
.B \-l " list"
Select list file. 
.B http://
can be used. (e.g. http://localhost/abc.m3u)
.PD 0
.TP
.B filenames
You can put several files, and use
.B http://
If filename contains .mp or .MP,
it will be considered as MPEG-Audio file.
Otherwise be considered as Wave file.
But if you use
.B -l
option, these will be ignored.

.SH SEE ALSO