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xmms2

Langue: en

Version: 372470 (fedora - 01/12/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

xmms2 - offers a simple command-line interface to the XMMS2 daemon

SYNOPSIS

xmms2 command xmms2 mlib command xmms2 playlist command xmms2 coll command

DESCRIPTION

XMMS2 is a redesign of the XMMS (http://www.xmms.org) music player. It features a client-server model, allowing multiple (even simultaneous!) user interfaces, both textual and graphical. All common audio formats are supported using plugins. On top of this, there is a flexible media library to organize your music.

xmms2 is the official command-line interface client for XMMS2 and acts as a reference implementation for the development of new clients. xmms2 is able to issue commands to control the active playlist and playback as well as commands to control the media library.

The following commands effect the current XMMS2 playlist.

xmms2 includes many commands that allow the user to execute actions on xmms2d.

Thesecommandsarecurrentlyrecognized:
add [playlist] url...
Adds URL(s) to playlist or the active playlist.
addarg [playlist] url arguments
Adds an URL to playlist or the active playlist, with arguments.
addid [playlist] medialib_id...
Adds song(s) to playlist or the active playlist using its Media Library ID.
addpls [playlist] url
Adds a playlist in a file to playlist or the active playlist.
insert [playlist] pos url
Adds a URL to playlist or the active playlist at a specific position.
insertid [playlist] pos medialib_id
Adds a song to playlist or the active playlist at a specific position using its Media Library ID.
radd [playlist] directory
Adds a directory of songs recursively to playlist or the active playlist.
clear [playlist]
Clears all entries from playlist or the active playlist.
shuffle [playlist]
Places the songs in playlist or the active playlist in a random order.
sort property
Sort the active playlist based on metadata from the Media Library. The metadata which is used for the sorting is based on what was given for property. An overview of the media library, and the potential properties, can be found in the MEDIA LIBRARY section of this manual page.
sort playlist properties
Sort playlist based on metadata from the Media Library. Separate the properties with a spaces.
remove [playlist] playlist_position
Removes a song from playlist or the active playlist at the position given by playlist_position.
list [playlist]
Lists the contents of playlist or the active playlist. An explanation of how to change the output format can be found in the FILES section of this manual page.
play
Starts playback of the playlist.
stop
Stops playback of the playlist.
toggleplay
Toggles playback status between play/pause
pause
Pauses playback of the playlist.
next
Skips to the next song in the playlist.
prev
Skips to the previous song in the playlist.
seek [+ / -]seconds
Seeks to a specific position in the currently playing song. The way in which seek moves in the file is based on the arguments passed to it. If + is used xmms2 will seek seconds forward in the song. If - is used xmms2 will seek seconds backwards in the song. If merely a number of seconds is given xmms2 will seek to that absolute position in the song.
jump [+ / -]playlist_position
Jumps to playlist_position in the playlist or playlist_position forward/backward if + or - is specified.
move [playlist] playlist_position new_position
Moves the song at playlist position to the position denoted by new_position in playlist or the active playlist.
volume channel volume
Sets the volume of channel to volume.
volume_list
Lists the volume for each channel.
mlib
Allows for the manipulation of the Media Library. The significance of the sub-commands of mlib can be found in the MEDIA LIBRARY section of this manual page.
playlist
Allows for the manipulation of playlists. The significance of the sub-commands of playlist can be found in the PLAYLIST section of this manual page.
coll
Allows for the manipulation of collections. The significance of this sub-commands of coll can be found in the COLLECTIONS section of this manual page.
browse url
Lists the contents of url in a list of encoded urls.
status
Gives a live status of the currently playing song.
info [id]
Gives the metadata archived by the Media Library for Media Library id id or the currently playing song.
current [pattern]
Gives some summary of the currently playing song's meta data. A pattern can be specified in the form "${album} - ${tracknr}". Please be aware of your shells substitution features.
config config_key [=] value
Sets config_key to value on xmms2d(8).
config_list
Lists all the configuration values of XMMS2.
plugin_list
Prints a list of the plugins being used by XMMS2.
stats
Retrieves the uptime and version from XMMS2.
quit
Makes xmms2d(8) quit.
help
Prints a concise overview of all commands offered by xmms2.

MEDIA LIBRARY

XMMS2 stores metadata about every song in the Media Library. One can retrieve data from the Media Library using the mlib command of xmms2. The Media Library is an SQL database which is created and accessed by use of the sqlite library. xmms2 mlib includes many commands for manipulating and retrieving data from the Media Library.
Thefollowing
mlib commands are currently recognized:
add url
Adds a URL to the Media Library but not to the current playlist. The Media Library also fetches associated metadata for the added song.
loadall
Load all songs in the Media Library into the current playlist.
searchadd pattern
Searches the Media Library for songs that match pattern criteria and adds them to the current playlist.
search pattern
Searches and returns a list of songs in the Media Library that match pattern.
For example one could execute:
xmms2 mlib search artist:Dismantled
The result of which would be that all songs by Dismantled in the Media Library would be listed.
addpath path
Adds all songs in directory path into the Media Library.
rehash
Force the Media Library to check whether its data is up to date.
remove id
Removes a song from the Media Library with the id id.
setstr id key value [source]
sets a string Media Library property with key key and value value for song with ID id. Optionally a source can be supplied with the source argument. If no source is defined client/xmms2-cli will be used.
setint id key value [source]
Sets a string Media Library property with key key and value value for song with ID id. Optionally a source can be supplied with the source argument. If no source is defined client/xmms2-cli will be used.
rmprop id key [source]
Removes properties from the Media Library entry with id and with key key and optionally source source.
addcover file id
Add a cover image for id(s) id.

The Media Library allows for any variety of keys (sometimes called properties) to be stored within. There is no set list of available keys but rather the Media Library can store any variety of different values. For this reason it is difficult to give a complete list of available keys but some examples are:

url
The path to the song in url
added
The time in seconds since UTC 00:00:00, 1 Jan 1970 that the song was added to the Media Library
mime
The MIME type of the song in the Media Library
lmod
The last time in seconds since UTC 00:00:00, 1 Jan 1970 that the song was modified
laststarted
The last time the song was played
timesplayed
The number of times the song was played
duration
The length of the song in milliseconds
bitrate
The bitrate of the song in bps
album
The name of the album the song is on
artist
The name of the artist that produced the song
title
The title of the song
tracknr
The track number of the song
{album, artist, track}_id
MusicBrainz ID numbers for the song

PLAYLIST

XMMS2 has support for playlists which is tightly coupled with XMMS2's Collections system. Playlist manipulation is accessible with the playlist command of xmms2. xmms2 playlist includes many commands for manipulating and retrieving data about playlists.
Thefollowing
playlist commands are currently recognized:
list
Lists all currently available playlists.
create [playlistname]
Create a new playlist named playlistname.
type [playlistname] [type]
Sets type of the playlist named playlistname to type type. Descriptions of the available types can be found later in the PLAYLIST section of this manual page.
load [playlistname]
Load a playlist specified by playlistname from the Media Library
remove [playlistname]
Remove a playlist specified by playlistname from the Media Library

XMMS2 currently supports three types of playlists, each of these playlists has a number of attributes which can be set using the coll attr command described in the COLLECTIONS section of this manual page. The available playlist types are:

list
A simple list of medialib ids. The list has one attribute: jumplist which is the name of a playlist to jump to when the list is finished.
queue
A static playlist which supports a fixed length playlist where songs are removed as they are played. The queue has two attributes: jumplist which is the name of a playlist to jump to when the queue is finished history which is the number of played entries to keep before beginning to remove them
pshuffle
A playlist which picks a configurable number of songs from a collection at random. The pshuffle has three attributes: jumplist which is the name of a playlist to jump to when the pshuffle is finished. A pshuffle playlist only finishes when the collection from which new songs are pulled dries up, for instance when filtering on timesplayed < 1 history which is the number of played entries to keep before beginning to remove them upcoming which is the number of unplayed entries to show in the playlist

COLLECTIONS

XMMS2 includes an extremely powerful method for querying and selecting music from the Media Library called Collections. Some of the features of collections are made accessible via the xmms2 client. xmms2 coll includes many commands for manipulating and retrieving data about Collections.
Thefollowing
coll commands are currently recognized:
save [collname] [pattern]
Save the pattern pattern as a Collection named collname
rename [oldname] [newname]
Rename a Collection from oldname to newname.
list [namespace]
List all Collections, or if namespace is specified list only collections in the Collections or Playlists namespace.
query [collname] [order]
Retrieve information about all media in the Collection named collname ordered by order
queryadd [collname] [order]
Add all media from the Collection collname ordered by order to the active playlist
find [mid] [namespace]
Find all collections in namespace that include the media referenced by mid
get [collname]
Display information about the Collection collname
remove [collname]
Remove the collection referenced by collname
attr [collname] [attr] [val]
Set or get an attribute of name attr to value val on Collection collname

xmms2 sometimes requires that the namespace of a Collection be specified in collname. This is done by prepending either Playlists/ or Collections/ to the beginning of the Collection name. If not specified the namespace defaults to Collections.

FILES

$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/xmms2/clients/cli.conf or $HOME/Library/xmms2/clients/cli.conf or $HOME/.config/xmms2/clients/cli.conf
A configuration file containing basic configuration values for xmms2, including the output format used by the list and status commands.

ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES

XMMS_PATH
The URL path to xmms2d.
XDG_CONFIG_HOME
The path where the xmms2 configuration files are located See IPC SOCKET in xmms2d(8) for details of possible values for this variable

SEE ALSO

xmms2d(8), http://xmms2.xmms.org

HISTORY

The XMMS2 Project was started by Tobias Rundström and Anders Gustafsson. It is developed with their lead by a small group of contributors from all over the world.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Alexander Botero-Lowry <alex@foxybanana.com>
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