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The frictionless music player for the terminal
tori is a terminal-based music player and playlist manager that can play music from local files and external URLs (supported by yt-dlp).
- Plays songs from local files and external URLs
- Configurable keybinds
- Filters songs by name, artist or filepath/URL
- Sorts songs by name or duration
- Spectrum visualizer
tori's documentation is hosted here. It includes a Getting Started guide and configuration instructions.
For code-related documentation, there's also a docs.rs entry.
- Make sure you have the dependencies installed
- Install the Rust toolchain
cargo install tori
Alternatively, if you use an Arch-based Linux distro, you can install tori from the AUR:
yay -S tori-bin
Prebuild binaries for Windows, Mac and other Linux distros will be available soon.
If you're using yt-dlp instead of youtube-dl, edit your
mpv.conf and paste the following line:
Either this or follow the guide I followed :)