|author||Eric Wong <email@example.com>||2016-04-24 02:37:15 +0000|
|committer||Eric Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-04-24 02:37:15 +0000|
These commands allow easier jumping within a track marked by embedded CUE sheets. I've found them helpful for tracking out large recordings of multiple tracks (e.g. vinyl transfers or live concert recordings).
Diffstat (limited to 'Documentation')
1 files changed, 17 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/dtas-player_protocol.pod b/Documentation/dtas-player_protocol.pod
index d0dd25e..be9f4ef 100644
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Commands here should be alphabetized according to `LC_ALL=C sort'
PENDING: this may be renamed to "queue clear" or "queue-clear"
-=item cue - display the index/offsets of the embedded cue sheet
+=item cue - display the index/offsets of the embedded CUE sheet
=item cue next - skip to the next cue sheet offset
@@ -109,11 +109,26 @@ This may just seek to the beginning
if there is no embedded cue sheet or if we are playing the first
-=item cue goto INTEGER - go to the cue index denoted by INTEGER
+=item cue goto INTEGER [TIMESTAMP] - go to the cue index denoted by INTEGER
0 is first track as returned by "cue".
Negative values of INTEGER allows selecting track relative to the last
track (-1 is the last track, -2 is the penultimate, and so on).
+The optional TIMESTAMP allows starting the index track at a given
+point, negative values allow going to a set point before the given
+index. In other words: "cue goto 1 -5" seeks to the last five seconds
+of the first track while "cue goto 1 5" seeks to the fifth second of
+the second track
+=item cue seek TIMESTAMP - seek within the current cue index
+Like the normal "seek" command, but this confines the seeking
+within the currently playing index. As with "seek",
+"+" and "-" prefixes allow seeking relative to the currently
+Using a "=-" prefix allows seeking to the previous track within
+the CUE sheet, relative to the currently playing track.
=item current - output information about the current track/command in YAML