Difference between revisions of "User Manual/Appendix: Config file description"

From ScummVM :: Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (replace underscores by spaces)
(Add information about advanced options not configurable by GUI)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
TO DO
 
TO DO
  
 +
Normally, ScummVM’s configuration file does not need to be modified directly, as all options are adjustable from the ScummVM GUI. However, there are some advanced options only available by editing the configuration file directly:
  
 
+
{|class="wikitable"
 
+
! INI Section
 
+
! Name
 
+
! Description
 
+
|-
 
+
| scummvm
 
+
| output_rate
 
+
| Overrides the audio output sampling frequency. The default value is 44100.
 
+
|-
 
+
| scummvm
 
+
| audio_buffer_size
 +
| Overrides the size of the audio buffer. This can be decreased if audio latency is high, or increased if audio drop-outs are experienced. The value must be one of: 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768. The default value is calculated based on output sampling frequency to keep audio latency below 45ms.
 +
|}
  
 
{{ManualFooterLinks|prev=Appendix: Command line options|next=Appendix: Tools}}
 
{{ManualFooterLinks|prev=Appendix: Command line options|next=Appendix: Tools}}

Revision as of 18:22, 12 September 2017

WORK IN PROGRESS, HELP NEEDED
If you want to contribute, send us a sample of text you'd write for the new manual, and we will consider adding you an account. You can work on the manual in the Wiki, but if you prefer, supplying us with HTML or TeX sources is fine, too (we will then translate them for the Wiki).

You can have a look at our TODO page for a list of tasks that need to be done.

TO DO

Normally, ScummVM’s configuration file does not need to be modified directly, as all options are adjustable from the ScummVM GUI. However, there are some advanced options only available by editing the configuration file directly:

INI Section Name Description
scummvm output_rate Overrides the audio output sampling frequency. The default value is 44100.
scummvm audio_buffer_size Overrides the size of the audio buffer. This can be decreased if audio latency is high, or increased if audio drop-outs are experienced. The value must be one of: 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768. The default value is calculated based on output sampling frequency to keep audio latency below 45ms.



Prev: Appendix: Command line options Back to Table of Content Next: Appendix: Tools