On Tue, Mar 22, 2005 at 02:44:03PM -0600, jose luis wrote:
Depends on which port it comes from. If you have the "play" port
installed (use "pkg_info|grep play" to test), it can only play RIFF and
u-law audio files, which is not very usefull. If you have play from the
"sox" port installed (use "pkg_info|grep sox" to test), that should
recognize more formats.
If you are using the X Window System, I would recommend installing
"xmms" from /usr/ports/multimedia/xmms. It can play a lot of audio file
formats, like wav, MP3, ogg and flac, and you can compile playlists etc.
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