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paradiso is a command line interface for mplayer on "linux-like" systems that focuses on making it easy to handle playlists and play DVDs.

paradiso can play rar- and zip-archives on the fly.

The code might not be the that pretty, but it does what it should and many parts of it is planed to be reworked.

One goal is to make the code compatible to run under Windows.

To fully use paradiso you need to have these libs/programs:

mplayer mutagen - optional lsdvd - optional PyYaML - optional

There's no installer yet, but there's one planned.

Example usage, most command line options is possible to config through ~/.paradiso/config.yaml:

Play a files: paradiso files/file1.avi files/file2.rar files/file3.mp3 paradiso files/

Play all files in fullscreen: paradiso -f files/ "paradiso files/" plays by default rar-files and mp3-files only, but this can be changed with: paradiso -e avi,rar files/ To create and play playlists: paradiso -CQP myPlaylist files/ paradiso -P myPlaylist It's also possible to create the playlist and start using it without quiting: paradiso -CP myPlaylist files/ It's possible to delete the last seen item from the playlist with the option -D.

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media movieplayer mplayer musicplayer python

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