Audio Preview in Nautilus
You need to install mpg321 vorbis-tools for this
A Free command-line mp3 player, compatible with mpg123mpg321 is a clone of the popular mpg123 command-line mp3 player. It should function as a drop-in replacement for mpg123 in many cases. While some of the functionality of mpg123 is not yet implemented, mpg321 should function properly in most cases for most people, such as for frontends such as gqmpeg.
mpg321 is based on the mad MPEG audio decoding library. It therefore is highly accurate, and also uses only fixed-point calculation, making it more efficient on machines without a floating-point unit.
While mpg321 is not as fast as the non-free mpg123 on systems which have a floating point unit, it comes under a fully Free license, which allows greater freedom to its users. For most people who want mpg123, mpg321 is a better alternative.
Several Ogg Vorbis Toolsvorbis-tools contains oggenc (an encoder), ogg123 (a playback tool), ogginfo (displays ogg information), vcut (ogg file splitter), and vorbiscomment (ogg comment editor)
Issue the following command to Install
sudo aptitude install mpg321 vorbis-tools
In KDE, this feature is inbuilt, and can be enabled in Settings. It can be turned off in Nautilus preferences under Preview.