This page allows you to specify the target directory and rules concerning the names of the video files to be saved.
When this option is enabled, each time you start recording, the video filename is generated from the settings below.
Displays the directory in which the video files are saved.
Opens an explorer window to specify the target directory.
Specifies the prefix of all image files of the sequence. If you specify "Video" and the "Start Index" is 1, the first image is called Video0001, the second Image is called Video0002 and so on. The extension depends on the video file type selected Video File Type.
Specifies the number that is added to the Filename Prefix for the first image of the video sequence. Allows to disable the addition of the number.
Specifies whether a time stamp should be added to the filename, and allows the format of the time stamp to be selected.
This text box displays the name of the video file that is recorded when pressing the record button the next time. If automatic filename generation is enabled, this name is combined out of target directory, prefix, index and time stamp.
Pressing this button shows a dialog that allows the user to select a video file. Selecting a file manually will disable automatic filename generation.
Accepts all modification and closes the dialog.
Saves the current modifications.
Closes the dialog, discarding all modifications.
Displays this text.
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