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|Summary=Audacious is a lightweight GTK-based music player which supports many formats. It does not use the library concept but rather playlists for managing your music.
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|Homepage=http://audacious-media-player.org
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== Introduction ==
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Audacious is a lightweight, GTK-based, open source audio player and descendant of XMMS.  Using plugins, the player supports many different formats and services.
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In contrast to most other music players, audacious does not support the concept of a music library but is centered around playlists (like the classic Winamp). Additionally, Winamp Classic Skins are supported. Since audacious supports GTK-2, GTK-3 (and Qt as of version 3.6), it is usable for different desktop environments or window manager setups.
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== Installing ==
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Emerge audacious:
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<console>
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# ##i##emerge -a media-sound/audacious
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</console>
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This will pull in the ebuild "media-plugins/audacious-plugins", which contains the necessary plugins to play different kinds of media files.
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== Running ==
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Run with:
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<console>
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$ ##i##audacious
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</console>
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While audacious is running and playing music,  you may use different parameters to toggle play/pause, skip forward/backward, etc:
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<console>
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$ ##i### Skip forward:
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$ ##i##audacious -f
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$ ##i### Toggle play/pause:
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$ ##i##audacious -t
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</console>
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BInd this commands to your favourite shortcuts to control audacious using your keyboard. Alternatively, activate the "Global Hotkeys" plugin using the settings menu.
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== Troubleshooting ==
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;Audacious does not play my favourite media format.: Check the use flags you set on media-plugins/audacious-plugins.
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