To control the application behavior, you can use the Settings menu. Go to "Tools -> Settings" to configure the parameters. To change hotkeys, use "Tools -> Hotkey settings".

The Settings menu looks like

It includes the following options:

Load Previous Session

Automatically starts the application from the state it was closed the previous time. Otherwise, creates a new session.

Mute New Tabs

Mutes audio for new tabs after initialization.

Auto Naming for Capturing

Automatically sets the name of the recorded videos using the current date, time, and name of the source.

No Signal Image

Sets an image to replace the "No Video" image when there is no signal on the input source.

Capture to (default)

Sets the default folder for recordings

Post-Capturing Actions

Sets extra actions for the recorded files. With these options, you can copy or move the recorded files to a target folder, and also create sub-folders for better sorting of the recorded videos.

Sync Stop for all tabs

Sets synchronous stop for multi-source synchronous recordings

Optimize performance on Multiview

Multiview can run in full-quality mode when the video is smooth. This is nice to monitor, but it affects the overall performance of the application, so for mission-critical recordings/playouts when you need multiview to control all the signals at once, it is recommended to optimize the performance (enable this option) - in this case the multiview shows fewer frames per seconds but saves a lot of system resources for actual video processing.

Default Background

Sets the default background for all the playback tabs (color bars, solid colors, static images, etc)

Close the application when last tab is closed

Sets if the application should be closed with the last tab closed.

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