gnash(1)                                                              gnash(1)

       gnash, gtk-gnash, qt4-gnash, fb-gnash, sdl-gnash, gnash-gtk-launcher,
       gnash-qt-launcher - GNU Flash (SWF) Player

       gnash [option]... [URL]

       Run the SWF movie player.

       -h, --help
              Print usage info.

       -V, --version
              Print the version number, and the configuration, of the Gnash
              player. Please provide this information when submitting bug

       -s factor, --scale factor
              Scale the movie up/down by the specified factor.

       -c     Produce a core file instead of letting SDL trap it

       -d num, --delay num
              Number of milliseconds to delay in main loop.

       -v, --verbose
              Be verbose; i.e. print log messages to stdout.

       -a     Be very verbose about movie action execution. Must be used in
              conjunction with -v.

       -p     Be very verbose about parsing. Must be used in conjunction with

       -A file
              Audio dump file (wave format).

       --hwaccel none|vaapi
              Hardware Video Accelerator to use none|vaapi (default: none)

       -x xid, --xid xid
              The XID of the parent window Gnash should use instead of
              creating a new one. This is only used when embedding the player
              into another window.

       -w, --writelog
              Write the gnash-dbg.log debug log to disk. By default the plugin
              writes its log in your home directory when using a launcher from
              GNOME or KDE.

       -j width, --width width
              Set the width of the window. This is only used when embedding
              the player into another window.

       -k height, --height height
              Set the height of the window. This is only used when embedding
              the player into another window.

       -X x-pos, --x-pos x-pos
              Set window x position.

       -Y y-pos, --y-pos y-pos
              Set window y position.

       -1, --once
              Play once; exit when/if movie reaches the last frame.

       -g     Start Gnash with a Flash debugger console so one can set
              breakpoints or watchpoints.

       -r [0|1|2|3]
              0 disables rendering and sound (good for batch tests).

              1 enables rendering, disable sound.

              2 disables rendering, enable sound.

              3 enables rendering and sound (default setting).

       -M ffmpeg|gst, --media ffmpeg|gst
              The media handler to use (default: ffmpeg).

       -R agg|cairo|opengl, --renderer agg|cairo|opengl
              The renderer to use (default: agg).

       -t sec, --timeout sec
              Timeout and exit after the specified number of seconds.

       -u url, --real-url url
              Set "real" url of the movie (useful for downloaded movies).

       -U url, --base-url url
              Set "base" url for this run (used to resolve relative urls,
              defaults to movie url)

       -P param, --param param
              Set parameter (ie. "FlashVars=A=1&b=2")

       -F x:y, --fd x:y
              Set file descriptors to use for external communications. x is
              use by the player to send commands to the plugin, y is used by
              the plugin to send commands to the standalone player.

       -C file, --cookie-file file
              Set cookiefile path. Cookiefile contains HTTP cookies to send to
              the server. Primary use for this switch is for the NPAPI plugin
              to pass received HTTP cookies to the standalone player.

       --max-advances num
              Exit after specified number of frame advances.

              Start in fullscreen mode.

              Start without displaying the menu bar.

       --screenshot list
              Set a list of frame advances to be saved as screenshots. The
              list must be comma-separated. Valid values are integers and the
              phrase "last". If "last" is specified, the final frame before
              exit is saved. Invalid values are ignored. Frame numbers apply
              to the sequence of frames as the SWF is executed, not the frame
              sequence defined in the SWF. Use in combination with
              --screenshot-file to specify output filename.

       --screenshot-file file
              Specify the output pattern for screenshot filenames. The token
              %f in a pattern will be replaced with a frame identifier. If you
              specify multiple frames and do not use %f, the file will be
              overwritten for each screenshot. If this option is not specified
              but screenshots are requested, a default filename will be used.

       CTRL-Q Quit/Exit.

       CTRL-W Quit/Exit.

       CTRL-P Toggle pause.

       CTRL-R Restart the movie.

       CTRL-L Force immediate redraw.

       CTRL-F Toggle fullscreen. ESC also exits fullscreen.

       CTRL-O Save a spontaneous screenshot. If no screenshots were requested
              from the command line, a default filename is used. Otherwise,
              the same filename pattern is used for requested and spontaneous

       Flash is a registered trademark of Adobe Corporation.

                                17 January 2012                       gnash(1)