Options

This Options window is composed into 4 sections:

Defaults

Language : change the applications language to your preferred language

Phonebook : With this function a CSV-formatted phonebook can be loaded automatically into your LUCI LIVE app from any internet location. As ‘Address’ fill in the URL where the file can be found example: luci.eu/example.csv
If the internet is a secure site also fill in the user and password to access the file. To load ( and test the url ) you can use Load now. If you always want an updated phonebook check the Reload at startup option.

Audio file location : change the location where the recordings are stored on your device, or where to get the files for playing.

SIP

This submenu is used to setup general settings about your SIP connections.

user
Fill in the username you use to log in at your server.
password
Fill in your password belonging to your username.
server
Fill in the address of your SIP server.
displayname
You can also fill in a name that will be shown to the callee.
Auto answer
Check this option to automatically answer the incoming SIP call.
RTP port
Here you set the port to use for the RTP stream.

Upload

To be able to send your audio file through FTP or DigaMailbox, please fill in the URL of your FTP / DigaMailbox server, your user name and password. You can also enter your reporter / author and organisations name and country code. For DigaMailbox you also need to fill in your David id.

For FTP you can define more servers to be available, press New to create one and fill in the credentials. Press Remove to remove the selected FTP server.

General


Backup/Restore User Data
You can save all of your License & Settings data to a compressed zip Archive, and restore it at will.
See section “Backup or Restore your Settings” for more detail.
Keep screen on while active
Enable this to keep your screen and device active when streaming or recording.
Call forward automatically
On connecting to a station you can divert your incoming phone calls to a different phone number. When selected you can set the sequence string of activating the call forward, like **21*phonenumber#. Also set the sequence for deactivating the call forward like ##21#. Check your phone company for the right sequence. Note: Android filters out the international + sign, so for international calls fill in the whole sequence.
Android Legacy Audio Mode*
When selected the old legacy audio driver is used.
When not selected the AAudio driver is used, and the Choose Audio IO selection will take over the next 2 options:
Audio input preset*
Android system have input presets for selection of the audio input processing, when your device has a separate camera microphone you can selected it here as ‘Camcorder’ preset.
Audio output preset*
Some Android phones have separate media and voice call speakers, although the ‘media’ speaker has probably a better sound you could choose the ‘voice’ ear speaker.
Xtalk compensation
By this option the cross talk on the headset will be cancelled. If you use a headset or MIKI cable and the radio-station hears themselves back too loud, turning compensate On is advised. This will cause LUCI to output inverted audio on the L and R headphone output, thereby cancelling any cross-talk back into the microphone input via the headset connector itself.
Auto load recordings
If you enable this, a newly recorded file will be automatically loaded, ready to be played.
Recording Stream
Having 4 options, record only the Microphone audio, only the return stream audio or a Mix of both, or Microphone and return stream in separate channels.
Microphone Fader a Level Control
When selected the Microphone fader will have a range from -oo to +20 dB in stead of the standard -20 dB to + 20 dB. Used for fade outs.
Microphone Fader lock
You can (un)set this to prevent changing the microphone gain accidentally.
Mic Mute instead of Cue
Changing the behaviour of pressing the little microphone icon on the main screen to Mute.
Button Guard
This will prevent disconnecting accidentally by means of a double check dialog.
Display network jitter meters
Display meters indicating the jitter on the displays IN stream and, if supported by the receiver, on the OUT stream.
Large Clock Display
Adds a large clock on the main screen.

Note* : On newer devices (Android 9 ( PIE ) and later)  by default the AAudio driver is used giving smaller latencies. If you experience some compatibility problems you can choose to use the legacy audiodrivers instead. These options are available depending on the OS of the device.