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QMMP is a command line tool for playing audio files on Unix-like systems. It stands for Qt-based Multimedia Player, designed to offer a lightweight and user-friendly interface for playing music. QMMP supports various audio formats, including MP3, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, and more.

With a simple and intuitive interface, QMMP provides basic playback controls like play, pause, stop, and seek. It also allows users to customize the appearance by selecting different themes and skinning options. The tool offers a variety of plugins and extensions to enhance functionality, such as an equalizer, crossfade support, and visualization effects.

QMMP supports multiple playlist formats, including M3U, PLS, and CUE. It provides a playlist manager where users can create, edit, and organize their music playlists easily. The tool also offers features like gapless playback, repeat, shuffle, and volume control.

Additionally, QMMP provides support for cover art display, lyrics fetching, and online streaming. It supports audio CD playback and can rip audio tracks from CDs. The tool allows users to create and manage bookmarks within audio files, making it easy to access specific parts of a song.

With its low resource consumption, QMMP is highly suitable for systems with limited resources or users looking for a lightweight music player. It is an open-source project, regularly updated and maintained by a dedicated community of developers.

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