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Section: User Commands (1) Updated: 2009-07-14
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NAME

moovida - open source cross-platform media center

 

SYNOPSIS

moovida [ OPTION]... [ CONFIG FILE]

 

DESCRIPTION

Moovida is an open source cross-platform media center solution designed to be simple for people not particularly familiar with computers. With Moovida you can enjoy:

* Watch your pictures with previews and nicely animated slideshows.
* Watch your movies and video clips as well as online ones.
* Manage your music collection by artists or albums covers.
* Moovida finds automatically medias on your network, from network
drives, Windows Mediaplayer, etc.
* Detects automatically iPods, cameras, USB hard drives, etc.

Moovida runs on the top of the GStreamer multimedia framework and uses the Pigment library for graphical user interaction. You can use it with your mouse, lirc-input device or simply with the keyboard.

 

OPTIONS

--version
Print the version of Moovida.
--twisted-version
Print the version of twisted.
-t, --tracebacks
Output tracebacks on the console output. Disabled by default.
-l, --log
Log the output to the given file.
--shell
Open an interactive shell of the Moovida environment in the terminal.
--headless
Start Moovida in headless mode.
--force-startup
Start even when another instance is running.
-f, --fullscreen
Start fullscreen (default).
-u, --unfullscreen
Do not start fullscreen.
-n, --nosplash
Do not show the splash schreen on startup.
-i, --import=FILE
Import the given Python file and run it in the Moovida environment (used by Windows only).
-c, --config-file=FILE
Use the specified configuration file instead of the default one.
--rss=URL
Start Moovida with a specific URL of an RSS feed.
--help
Show usage information and exit.

 

KEYBOARD CONTROL

To navigate through the menus, Moovida reacts on key presses:
Basic keys
Left/Right/Up/Down
 Move left/right/up/down
f or Escape
 Toggle fullscreen mode
Enter
 Activate/open selected item
Backspace
 Go back

Menu hidden and player active
Left or v
 Seek backward
Right or b
 Seek forward
Up/Down
 Volume up/down
Enter
 Toggle play/pause
x
 Previous track of playlist
c
 Next track of playlist

List menu mode
Up/Down
 Navigate in the current menu level
Right
 Go in the "More Options" menu if there's one. If there's no such menu
 you in fact go to the top context bar.
Enter
 Call the default action on the selected item (ex: play the movie if you are in a movie list)
Backspace
 Go to previous menu

Grid menu mode
The user can navigate in the 4 directions (up, down, left, right) using the direction keys (Left/Right/Up/Down). When the first row of the grid is reached, the user can enter the top context bar by hitting Up key once more. When the last row of the grid is reached, the user can enter the grid context bar by hitting Down key once more.

Navigation inside the grid context bar is horizontal, use Left/Right keys to navigate in the 3 buttons. To activate a button, press Enter. To leave the context bar, press Up key.

Top context bar
When navigating inside menus, there should always be a context bar available on the top of the window. Navigation inside this bar is horizontal, use Left/Right keys to navigate in the bar buttons. To activate a button, press Enter. To leave the context bar, press Down key.

 

FILES

~/.moovida/moovida.conf
specific configuration file.

 

REPORTING BUGS

Report Moovida bugs on Launchpad: <http://bugs.launchpad.net/elisa/>.

 

AUTHORS

Moovida was written by the Moovida team <contact@fluendo.com>. This manual page was previously written Philippe Normand, got reworked by Benjamin Kampmann and updated by Paul van Tilburg.

 

DISTRIBUTION

The latest version of Moovida may be downloaded from <http://www.moovida.com/>.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
KEYBOARD CONTROL
FILES
REPORTING BUGS
AUTHORS
DISTRIBUTION

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