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Tonido Desktop has a built in music player so you can stream your music collection wherever you are through a web browser.

Supported Music Formats

Tonido Desktop supports the following file formats for playback: MP3, AAC, OGG, FLAC, WMA, M4A, M4B, WAV. 

Normally, only MP3 can be played back (or streamed) without conversion, all other formats are transcoded on the fly to MP3 for streaming.

Playing a Music File

Click on a music file and then click the "Play" button. You will switch to the Music Player tab and the song will start playing.

Adjusting Music Playback Quality

By default, all non-mp3 music formats are streamed on the fly to the browser for playback. You can adjust the quality of audio playback by selecting the music quality icon and select quality.


Queuing a Music File

If music is currently playing, you can queue another song to the currently playing queue, by clicking on a music file and clicking the "Queue" button.

Playing all songs in a Folder

To play all songs in a folder, click on the folder actions and then select "Play all Songs".

Queuing all songs in a Folder

If music is currently playing, to queue all songs in a folder, click on the folder actions and then select "Queue all Songs".

Playlists

Tonido Desktop allows you to create a set of songs into a song collection called playlist.

Saving current Playlist for future use

You can save the current list of files in the music player as a playlist by clicking the "Save" icon. You can either replace songs in an existing playlist or create a new playlist.

Loading a saved Playlist

If you want to play a previously saved playlist, click on the 'Manage Playlist' icon. 

The dropdown list of saved playlists are shown. Click on the playlist you need and then click on "Load" button to load the playlist.

Deleting a saved Playlist

If you want to delete a previously saved playlist, click on the 'Manage Playlist' icon. 

The dropdown list of saved playlists are shown. Click on the playlist you need and then click on "Remove" button to load the playlist.

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