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Is there a good, simple commandline player that uses gstreamer?

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gst123 is command line music player that uses gstreamer. I have not messed with it, I generally use MOC.

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You can also use audiopreview.

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You can use gst-launch from gstreamer-tools.

man gst-launch
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Except - you know - I don't want to construct pipeline each time I want to play something... (I was aware and I did used gst-launch). –  Maciej Piechotka Sep 15 '10 at 0:39
    
Use playbin2, gst-launch playbin2 uri=file:///path/to/movie.avi suburi=file:///path/to/movie.srt If you don't want to type the whole thing each time, you could just write a bash script. –  Thura Sep 15 '10 at 0:48
    
But, I think keyboard shortcuts are not working when playing movies with gst-launch. –  Thura Sep 15 '10 at 0:58
    
For good answer, you should also show examples in addition to pointing to further reading material. For example, if answer gives few examples, reader can immediately know if command is going to work. –  Olli Mar 8 '11 at 12:56
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