Show / hide Show or hide different items in the interface of Dapyx
Show the winamp bar Uncheck this options if you want to always hide the Winamp bar.
Show gridline Check this option to show a gridline on the database listview.
Grid font You can change the database listview's font (be sure to uncheck the "default font")
Grid-cell height The height of each row in the database listview.
MP3 Editor You can select your own MP3 editor to use with Dapyx. Once changed, a new menu will appear in the edit menu.
Minimize to tray When Dapyx is minimized, it minimizes to tray instead of the taskbar. You can use it to eliminate the clutter in the taskbar.
Auto back-up Check this option to create backup file when saving documents. The name of the backup file will be the same as the original document and have ".bak" extension.
Wildcards in filter-bar Enabled the using of wildcards in the filter-bar. Click here for more information about how to use this advanced feature.
Physically delete files When the files are deleted from the database, these files are also deleted from the hard-disk.
Drag and drop with explorer If checked, Dapyx will allow to copy records from the database to the windows explorer by dragging them/
File masks These file extensions are searched when adding new files.
Use internal player
Enables/disables the internal player of Dapyx MP3 Explorer.
When disabled, Dapyx will play files in Winamp or your default MP3 player.
Enables the equalizer (which will be accesible from a button in the winamp toolbar).
The equalizer is available only when the internal player is enabled.
Enqueue on double-click When double-clicked a MP3 file in Dapyx, it will be enqueued in the internal player / default player instead of played. Close winamp on exit When Dapyx MP3 Explorer is closed, if Winamp is loaded, it will also be closed. Internal player settings You can set the buffer size, buffer count and the priority of the Internal player
It's not recommended to change the following settings unless you really know what you're doing
Buffer-size - Number of bytes that are read from the MP3 file into a buffer
Buffer-count - Number of buffers that are kept in memory for the case in which the CPU is used for another process (ie loading Photoshop)
Process Priority - When two processes with equal priority need the CPU, the one that requested the first receive the resources and then the other . (that's why loading Photoshop may stop for a second the music) When the priority of one process is increased, it will always gain advantage against another one. (playing music will have a greater priority and it won't stop).
Dapyx has FreeDB connecting capabilities. FreeDB is an internet database where programs can send the ID of a music CD and receive the information about the artist, the name of the tracks, etc.
You can set the FreeDB server that will be used.
Here is a full list of the official server mirrors: http://www.freedb.org/modules.php?name=Sections&sop=viewarticle&artid=9
If you have your internet connection through a proxy you can enable "use proxy" checkbox and enter your details.
You can add directories which will be searched for new files on each run.
You can change the rating system from stars to your own.
Here can be set the language used in Dapyx MP3 Explorer's interface. If your wanted language is not there you can or help us to translate it. (you will receive a free registration)