audio player (was: ayuda)
apeiron+usenet at coitusmentis.info
Wed Mar 23 09:55:27 PST 2005
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On 2005-03-23, Roland Smith scribbled these
> If you are using the X Window System, I would recommend installing
> "xmms" from /usr/ports/multimedia/xmms. It can play a lot of audio file
> formats, like wav, MP3, ogg and flac, and you can compile playlists etc.
Although you'll need a plugin to play FLAC files.
Regardless of X usage, I would personally recommend mplayer. Sure, it's
intended as a movie player, but I've yet to encounter a media file that
it can't play. :)
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