Options and Settings - Editing Options
Max. File Length for Audio Graph File Scan: When an Audio File cue or sub-cue is displayed in the Editor, SCS normally builds an Audio File Graph so you easily see the overall wave form. However, if you have long files (eg 30 minutes duration or more) then building the audio file graph can demand substantial resources, both in time and in memory. If the large file is just required for some background music or ambiance then it is likely that you do not really need to see the audio graph, so it would be beneficial to skip the generation of the audio graph, this saving time and memory. This Editing Option enables you to set the maximum length for building the graph. The default is 10 minutes, meaning any audio file with a length of more than 10 minutes will not have an audio graph generated.
'Save' button always enabled: It appears that occasionally the 'Save' button is not enabled even though you have made a change in the Editor. The cause of this is still under investigation, but as a work-around you can use this option to enable the 'Save' button and leave it permanently enabled. This means you can save your cue file at any time. If SCS has detected a change since the last save, an asterisk (*) will be displayed at the end of the Window title in the Main and Editor windows.
Ignore File Title Tags when setting Default Descriptions: When you add an Audio File sub-cue then SCS examines the selected audio file to see if it has a 'Title' tag. Tags are commonly used in MP3 files. If a Title tag exists then by default SCS will use this as the sub-cue description, which is also propagated to the cue description. If no Title tag is found then SCS uses the file name (excluding the path and the extension) as the sub-cue description. This Editing Option enables you to force SCS to always use the file name and to ignore the Title tag when setting the default description. Note that changing this option only affects new sub-cues or sub-cues where you change the selected file - existing sub-cues will not be altered.
Audio File Selector: This determines the style of Open File Dialog displayed for selecting an audio file for an Audio File Cue or a Playlist Cue. The SCS Open Audio File Dialog provides the ability to preview (listen to) an audio file without having to select it into the cue. The Windows Open File Dialog is the standard Windows dialog which some users may prefer.
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