An advanced audio player.
audacious [OPTION] ... [FILE] ...
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.
Show a brief list of options.
Add the files on the command line to the current playlist but do not start playback.
Add the files on the command line to a temporary playlist and start playback.
If currently playing, go to the beginning of the song; otherwise, begin playing.
If currently playing, pause; if paused, resume playing.
If currently playing, pause; otherwise, begin playing.
Stop playing and go to the beginning of the song.
Go to the previous song in the playlist.
Go to the next song in the playlist.
Show the Audacious window if it is hidden and bring it to the top.
Show the Jump to Song window.
Start in command-line mode; i.e., without any graphical user interface.
Exit as soon as playback stops, or immediately if there is nothing to play.
Print version information and exit.
Print debugging output while running.
z Previous song
c, Space Pause
b Next song
Right arrow Seek forward 5 seconds
Left arrow Seek backward 5 seconds
Control + z Go to beginning of playlist
Escape Scroll to current song
Control + a Select all songs in playlist
Shift + Control + a Cancel selection
+ (plus) Increase volume 5 percent
- (minus) Decrease volume 5 percent
s Toggle shuffle
r Toggle repeat
Control + n Toggle advancing in playlist
Control + m Toggle stopping after current song
Control + e Show elapsed time
Control + r Show time remaining
Alt + e Show/hide playlist
Alt + g Show/hide equalizer
Control + o Toggle windows always on top
Control + s Toggle windows on all workspaces
Control + w Toggle rolling up main window
Control + Alt + w Toggle rolling up equalizer
Shift + Control + w Toggle rolling up playlist
i Display Song Information dialog
Control + j Display Jump to Time dialog
j Display Jump to Song dialog
Control + f Display Search dialog
l Display Open dialog
f Display Add dialog
Control + l Display Open Internet Address dialog
Control + h Display Add Internet Address dialog
Control + p Display Preferences dialog
User's Audacious configuration.
Default playlist usually loaded on startup.
Default location(s) where Audacious should look for skin files.
Location of user-installed plugins.
Colon separated list of paths where Audacious should look for skin files.
Tar command supporting GNU tar style decompression. Used for unpacking gzip and bzip2 compressed skins. Default is tar.
Command for decompressing zip files (skins). Default is unzip.