AVI-IO - The "File" menu
This page describes the file menu of avi-io in detail.
brings up a dialog where you can define what size your avi files will have,
how they will be named and several other things.
brings up a dialog where you can define up to 100 avi files (trial 3) which
can be seamlessly played in a row. You can set the size of the video on
screen as well as other options
"Play video" actually starts the playback. AVI-IO checks once more if all
files in the list conform to each other, fills it's internal cache, and prompts
you with a little message box which finally let you start or abort the operation.
brings up a dialog where you can define up to 100 timers to define recording
event's. They might be event's which happen only once, or might be defined to
happen regularly. See the description of the Timer settings Dialog for more
details on how to configure timers.
brings up a dialog where you can define up to 255 TV-Stations. Note, this menue
is grayed out if the current capture device is not supporting tuning to stations,
or in case it's using a different technology to tune to a station than what AVI-IO
"Load settings" let you load a previously stored configuration. With this
feature and together with the save settings option you can store and load settings
on a project base.
"Save Settings" permanently stores all settings you made under the
Dialog, the "Player settings"
Dialog, the "Timer settings"
Dialog, the "Station settings"
as well as the current audio and video settings and the
used. The settings are stored in a file called "avi-io.ini" which resides in
the same directory as avi-io.exe or avi-io-trial.exe respectively. Note, that
the settings you store using the trial version will be valid and can be used by
the full version of avi-io.
"Save Settings as..." pop's up a file selector wizard
which let you store all settings you made using a filename and location of your
choice. This is handy to let you store the configurations on a "project" base.
"Exit" allows you to leave avi-io.