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Is there a command line MP3 player for Windows? It needs to support CJK filenames.

I have tried the following so far:

  • mpg123: doesn't have the ability to pause/fast forward/backward.
  • MpxPlayer: does not support CJK filenames.
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Well, at least we know that it has to support simple playback controls as well as CJK filenames. I believe the latter limits the possible candidates somewhat. – musiKk Apr 15 '11 at 7:45
    
Mpxplay Win32/Console v1.59 (2012-Aug) says it now handles Unicode. I wasn't able to confirm this myself, however. – user38983 Mar 28 '14 at 18:25

Check out the VLC command line help page, it does an awful lot and it's got good internationalisation support - can't confirm about CJK filenames, though, I'm afraid.

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VLC does support UTF-16 so CJK characters should be no problem. You may still find small problems though (but it has had support for nearly a decade so those should be rare as well). wiki.videolan.org/Documentation:Unicode – krowe2 Oct 28 '14 at 16:25

yes you can download and use mplayer. It supports mp3 and other running from command line. check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mplayer . Download it from http://www.mplayerhq.hu/

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The most appreciable command line player for windows seems "DLC player"
Can be found here.. http://dlcplayer.jimdo.com/

It supports the .wav, .mp3, .ogg, .flac, .mod, .it, .s3d and .xm formats.


Usage
DLC player accepts command line parameters in the following form:

dlc <options> <filenames> -E<effects>

Options:

-p Play list of files
-w Play files with window hidden
-h Show this help message (also displayed if no arguments are given)
-c Show copyright information

Effects:

e echoes
c compressor effect
w wave reverberation
d distortion
f flanger(echoing reverberation)
g gargle
h chorus
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