Interface settings

Interface settings let you customize different aspects of the user interfaced. Some of these settings used to be on the general tab in previous versions.

Show catalog scrollbar – If checked, the Video Catalog window will get a horizontal scrollbar in detailed mode.
Autoselect video – When the cursor is moved over the thumbnail in the video catalog window, it will automatically select that video. When this option is enabled, you can temporarily disable the selection by holding the shift key.
Zoom on mouse over – When checked, the thumbnails will be scaled when the mouse pointer hovers over them.
Tag scene – Should the tag scene checkbox be default checked?
Sort tags on color – When checked, keywords are sorted on color, then name. If this is not checked, color does not affect keyword sort order.
Software UI – Use software rendering for the UI. This flag will take effect the next time you start the program. Software rendering will be slower than the default that is using the GPU hardware. This option is only recommended if you experience rendering issues with the UI like flickering or UI elements not being updated. If that is the case, then test this checkbox. If it works fine with this checked, then we recommend that you update/change your graphics drivers. This option is unrelated to the video player.
Run action on video double-click – Assign a user-created action to be run when double-clicking a video. The video is played in the integrated video player if no action is assigned.
Scrub timeline on mouseover – When moving the mouse over the thumbnail ni the video catalog window, the program will map the horizontal movement over the thumbnail to a time in the video and show the closest captured thumbnail. Double-click to play the video from that time. Press shift to not update the thumbnail.
Group scene search result – Group the result from a scene search in the scene search window on the scene video.
Scale to fit – Should the program try to scale the thumbnails so no vertical scrolling is needed? When this option is checked, and a video is selected, the program will try to scale the thumbnails as large as possible but at the same time try to scale them so that all thumbnails fit on the screen without scrolling. This is done given the constraint set for scaling.
Min scale – Minimum scaling allowed when running “Scale to fit”. If this is set to 25%, the program will never scale the thumbnails to be smaller than 25% of their original scale.
Max scale – Maximum scaling to use when running “Scale to fit” if this is set to 100%, the program will never scale thumbnails to be larger than their native resolution.