Editing the freestyler.ini file
FreeStyler uses the text file freestyler.ini to control some setup values. This can be edited in any text editor like Windows Notepad, or using FreeStyler configuration tool, a simple tool that allows editing the freestyler.ini using a graphical user interface.
Set [ResetAll] to True to make FreeStyler reset itself to all its original installation values.
Set Number= to how many scenes you would like to have (MAX) in the Sequence Window
[NumberOfScenes] Number=15 Mode=0
Set value=1 if you want sound2light to act every beat, value=2 every 2 beats, and so on…
[Recentfiles] remember1= remember1_file= remember2_file= remember3_file= remember4_file= remember2= remember3= remember4=
[RecentfilesCreator] remember1= remember1_file= remember2_file= remember2= remember3_file= remember4_file= remember3= remember4=
[Colors] color1=16763904 color2=2105855 color3=12477493 color4=16777215 color5=16777215 color6=15856113 color7=2105855 color8=61439 color9=2549638 color10=15498810 Blacktheme=true transparancy=0 transparancylevel=160
For MIDI control, set Triggervalue to the value that you want to make FreeStyler respond to button pushes.
[Midi] MidiIn= MidiInName= MidiOut= MidiOutName= Triggervalue=127
[Touchscreen] Enabled=0 Display=1 Keypad=0