After setting all of the advanced options for recording, is there a way to save the settings for later use. It might be helpful to have a couple of custom settings (one for higher performance one for lower) saved so they can be 'applied' as needed without having to change/remember all the parameters.
Thanks for the suggestion. Can you tell us which settings you find yourself changing often? Might be helpful in figuring a solution.
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When I get back in U.S. I will give you the settings I address. Thanks for asking. What I am specifically asking about are the settings relating to exporting/producing the final output. There are quite a few settings in General-Video-Audio tabs (I'm doing this from memory so hopefully I have your headings right or close).
The reason to have a save setting to Number 1 or 2 etc. is that sometimes I want very high quality and a large output file is good, other times, for files to upload or add as mail attachments, size is more critical than great quality.
And by the way Great Product.
Here is an example of something I would like to assign to a save button (I think 3 or 4 such "buttons" would be great).
Export frames whole movie
Scale to pixles 256x1440
Keep aspect ratio
Pad with dblack
Codec windows media 9
1st pass bit rate 9600
Full frame rate 30fps
Ok, thanks for the feedback.
I have a lot of videos to produce that are going to be part of a set. It's important for me that I don't lose any recording settings I've made so that the videos match as closely as possible. Also I may make all of them then at a later date find I need to re-make one or add another. In the meantime I may have recorded other videos with different recording settings . So it would also be useful for me to have a saved settings file backed up and labelled that I can re-apply when required.
Is it possible? In the meantime I'll have a root around & see if I can find where the program stores the settings...
FlashBack doesn't have a way of saving sets of recording settings like this, but you could make copies of the settings file and copy the desired one into the correct location when you want to use a particular set of settings.
The recording settings file can be found here:
Hope this helps.
Thanks Dave. That solution will be fine for me.