MB STUDIO SETUP OPTIONS

Run with Windows
If enabled, MB STUDIO will autorun at Windows startup. You must run MB STUDIO with Administrator rights to be able to activate this option. See HERE

On Air computer
If you use MB STUDIO in a single computer, this flag MUST BE ENABLED.
If you use MB STUDIO on multiple computers, this flag MUST BE ENABLED in the on air computer ONLY, and must be disabled in all other computers

Show grid
Enable/Disable the grid in the listview

the command "Enable Breaks" can play delayed breaks
In some adavaced managements it's possible to disable / reenable tha automatic air of breaks (scheduled with MB SPOT). If this option is enabled, when the breaks are reenabled, MB STUDIO can air any break that was delayed in the last 15 minutes.

USB K8055 (available on MB STUDIO PRO only)
If the USB Card Velleman K8055 is connected to the computer, enable this flag to use it.

Bit1=PLAY(+) .... (available on MB STUDIO PRO only)
If enabled you can use the Velleman Card to remote control the corresponding buttons.

Notify errors to administrators (available on MB STUDIO PRO only)
If enabled, the error messages are also sent via email or text messages to the user registered as Administrators in the phonebook of the Message Center

Ignore tag
If enabled, MB STUDIO will NOT read the tag from the audio files

Session
If you purchased more than 1 license, you can install multiple MB STUDIO on the same computer. Each MB STUDIO must be installed in different folders, and must ahve a different session number, 0=first, 1=secnd, 2=third.

CPU
If you purchased more than 1 license, you can install multiple MB STUDIO on the same computer.. In this case, it's best to assign a different CPU to each MB STUDIO (of course if your CPU has more than 1 core)

Priority
If in the computer are running other programs that load the CPU, you can set the Priority of MB STUDIO to "Above Normal". This could cause some problems on the audio systems, so always use the "Normal" priority if possible..

Default Audio Editor
Set here the full path to an .exe file corresponding to an audio editor installed on your computer. (MB STUDIO has no audio editor builtin, so you can use any third-party audio editor)