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1e77f430Sigrid add zuke(1) manpage (thanks kemal & humm) 7 months ago
                                                                                
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.TH ZUKE 1
.SH NAME
mkplist, zuke \- graphical music player
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B audio/mkplist
.I directory/file/URL [...]
.br
.B audio/zuke
[
.B -s
] [
.B -c
.I columns
]
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
.I Zuke
is a graphical music player that reads a playlist from standard input
and presents an interface to play music.  Playlists are generated
by
.I mkplist
, which accepts files, directories, and URLs as its arguments and
writes the resulting playlist to standard output.
.PP
Formats supported by
.I zuke
are: MP3, OGG/Vorbis, FLAC and WAV.  With additional programs, Opus,
modules and M4A (AAC) can be played.
.I Zuke
also supports network streams, such as IceCast.
Option
.B -s
enables "shuffle" mode on start.
.PP
The columns (and their order) displayed can be changed by passing the
following letters along
.B -c
option:
.RS
.TP
.B A
Artist
.TP
.B a
Album
.TP
.B b
File basename
.TP
.B t
Title
.TP
.B D
Duration
.TP
.B d
Date
.TP
.B T
Track number
.TP
.B p
Full file path
.RE
.PP
By default,
artist, album, title and duration are displayed, which corresponds to
.B "-c AatD."
.PP
.I Zuke
can be controlled with a mouse, keyboard and plumber.  Button 1
selects a track, button 2 plays a track.  Clicking on the seek bar
changes the playback position accordingly.  On the right of the seek
bar, current position, track duration and volume are displayed.  "∫"
is shown if shuffle mode is enabled.
.PP
.I Zuke
provides a number of keyboard controls:
.RS
.TP
.B -
Lower the volume.
.TP
.B + =
Increase the volume.
.TP
.B ← →
Seek 10 seconds back/forward.
.TP
.B , .
Seek 60 seconds back/forward.
.TP
.B ↑ ↓ Pgup Pgdown Home End
Move withing the playlist.
.TP
.B o i
Move to the currently playing track.
.TP
.B Enter
Play the selected track.
.TP
.B > b
Skip to the next track.
.TP
.B < z
Skip to the previous track.
.TP
.B v
Stop
.TP
.B p c Space
Pause/Resume.
.TP
.B s
Toggle "shuffle".
.TP
.B q Del
Quit.
.TP
.B /
Search forward.
.TP
.B ?
Search backwards.
.TP
.B n
Repeat search forward.
.TP
.B N
Repeat search backwards.
.RE
.PP
.I Zuke
can be controlled by emulating key presses via the plumber port
.I audio.
See examples section.
.PP
Files present in the current playlist can be plumbed too, and will be
played immediately.
.SH EXAMPLES
Generate a playlist:
.IP
.EX
audio/mkplist /usr/glenda/music \\
	file.mp3 \\
	http://stream.nauticradio.net:14280/ > music.plist
.EE
.PP
Playing a playlist:
.IP
.EX
audio/zuke < plist
.EE
.PP
Append to a playlist:
.IP
.EX
audio/mkplist /n/moremusic >> music.plist
.EE
.PP
Skip to the next track using plumber:
.IP
.EX
plumb -d audio 'key >'
.EE
.SH SEE ALSO
.IR play (1)
.SH SOURCE
.B /sys/src/cmd/audio/zuke
.br
.B /sys/src/cmd/audio/libtags
.SH HISTORY
.I Zuke
first appeared in 9front (April, 2021).