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Manual Reference Pages  -  UMODPLAYER (1)

NAME

umodplayer - play and convert module files

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples
Files
Bugs
See Also

SYNOPSIS

umodplayer [ module ] [-N,-R,-B,-S] [+N,+R,+B,+S] [-o output ] [ options ]

DESCRIPTION

umodplayer is a module file player and converter. It uses the LibModPlug library to render the module files. It can export the raw audio to an external file such as WAV or AIFF, or play it directly using LibAo.

umodplayer has two modes of operation: the interactive mode and the command line mode. In the interactive mode, UModPlayer is operated by commands and arguments. In the command line mode, UModPlayer is given a list of command options and a operation to do. After doing this operation, UModPlayer will exit.

umodplayer allows the configuration of various options, including audio-related ModPlug settings such as reverb, noise reduction, etc.

Such configuration can be saved to a file in the home directory. The first time umodplayer is started, it’s recommended to use the config, setadvanced and saveconfig commands to configure umodplayer and save such configuration.

In interactive mode, umodplayer supports playlists. Playlists are a list of modules collected by the user (or imported from a directory) which will be played in order without requiring user intervention to move to the next module. Of course, the playlist can be stopped or paused at any moment. Also, there is a 2-second gap between modules in which a key can be pressed to immediately stop the playlist.

If umodplayer is started without giving a module file, it will default to interactive mode. If a module file is given in the command line, it will enter command line mode and play the file with the specified options unless the -i option is given. If the -i option is given, umodplayer will load the file but enter interactive mode instead.

OPTIONS

-h or --help
  display a brief option summary and exit.

-V print the UModPlayer version and build date, and exit immediately.

-q quiet. disable notices and information messages. do not print the status bar while playing.

-i interactive mode. This will force interactive mode even if a module file is given in the command line.

-o file output file name to export the module. UModPlayer will try to guess the export export format using its extension, such as .wav or .aiff. If a format is not recognized, you must specify it with the -f option.

-f format
  format to export the module. This option must be given after the -o option. Available formats are: wav (WAVE Audio File), aiff16 (16-bit AIFF), aiff24 (24-bit AIFF), s16se (raw 16-bit PCM), s16le (little-endian PCM), s16be (big-endian PCM) and it (Impulse Tracker, only if ModPlug has been compiled with save support).

-a order
  start the exporting in the order order, not in the beginning.

-z order
  finish the exporting when the order order is reached.

-d load the default options, overriding any saved configuration.

-m file save the module built-in message to the given file.

-s file save the list of sample names present in the module to the given file. Many authors use the sample names to store aditional information, such as date, copyright, etc.

-I file same as above, but save instruments instead of samples. These options are not exclusive.

-v volume
  volume to play or export. Must be an integer between 1 and 768. The default value is 128.

-c channels
  channels for playing or exporting. Must be 1 for mono, or 2 for stereo.

-r rate sampling rate for playing or exporting. The default value is 44100 Hz. NOTE: This option is currently broken.

-M resampling
  resampling mode for the module rendering in LibModPlug. Possible values, ordered by quality from low to high: NO_INTERPOLATE, LINEAR, SPLINE and FIR_FILTER. Note that some modules might sound better with the LINEAR resampling. The default value is SPLINE.

+N enable noise reduction. If it’s already enabled in the configuration, keep it enabled.

-N disable noise reduction. If it’s already disabled, keep it disabled.

+S enable surround.

-S disable surround.

+B enable megabass.

-B disable megabass.

+R enable reverb.

-R disable reverb.

-d use the default configuration values, overriding any saved settings.

-w save the configuration options specified in the command line.

-O driver
  driver for use with LibAo. In example alsa09, alsa, oss, sun, macosx, arts, esd, irix, null and possibly others in your LibAo version. Note that a default driver may be specified in the libao.conf(5) file.

EXAMPLES

Entering interactive mode
  $ umodplayer

Playing a module directly from command line
  $ umodplayer MyModule.xm

Playling a module with surround and without reverb
  $ umodplayer +S -R MyModule.xm

Playing a module quietly, without status bar
  $ umodplayer -q MyModule.xm

Exporting a module using volume 224 to a 24-bit AIFF file
  $ umodplayer -v 224 MyModule.xm -o test.aiff -f aiff24

Exporting a module to raw little-endian 16-bit PCM
  $ umodplayer MyModule.xm -o audio.raw -f s16le

FILES

~/.umodplayerb
  The umodplayer configuration file

BUGS

The -r command line option may not work due to some oddness in the option management between UModPlayer and LibModPlug.
 

SEE ALSO

libao.conf(5)
 

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UMODPLAYER (1) September, 2006

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