Start LUCI Studio in your Start Menu
You will now see the main screen that you will use to work with.
Tap on this field and you can choose the stations profile that you want to use from the phone-book.
shows information about the stations connection, like protocol (rtp) and portnumber (5010) when configured as server server, and other info depending on protocol.
This is the audio level meter of the outgoing signal on the internet. Including a peak-hold.
This is the audio level meter of the incoming return signal. Including a peak-hold and a small “led” with 3 states: grey for no incoming signal, green for incoming signal without errors, and red when a receiving error was occurred.
The name that will be used when you make a recording. Tap on this field and you can set the recording files prefix name. Each recording will have this prefix and an automatically added count number eg. Interview John Doo(001), Interview John Doo(002)….
The length of the current recording in minutes:seconds.
Play from… press me
Tap on this field for selecting a file to play, If you load a file for playing, its name will appear here.
The length of the file that’s loaded for playing.
The menu items are depending on additional plugin features and are explained in detail in subsequent manual pages.
‘Info-button’ (shown in the OFF-state) to show an additional information window showing useful information on the set audio and streaming connection. This window will stick to the bottom of the main window and can be enlarged by dragging the bottom-right corner. In order to enlarge the first column click and drag the line between ‘Type’ and ‘Status’ column headers.
You can choose the font of the info window by right-click on the window, a menu will appear where you can choose an appropriate font.
Explanation of the additional Info:
Audio Input: currently chosen audio input
Outgoing Samplerate: Sample rate of the outgoing stream.
Outgoing codec: Codec format of the outgoing stream.
Incoming codec: Codec format of the incoming stream.
Incoming Samplerate: Sample rate of the incoming stream.
Audio Output: currently chosen audio output.
Estimated FPS: Number of packets/second of the incoming stream.
Dropped packets: Number of packets of the incoming stream that did not arrive.
Buffer underrun errors: Number of times that the jitter buffer was empty and nothing could be decoded anymore. Usually there is too much jitter in the incoming stream then.
Connection time: Duration of the current connection.
Last connection IP: IP-address of the incoming stream.
Buffer status: Current status of the jitter buffer in number of packets available to decode.
Peak jitter: jitter measurement of the incoming stream in ms.
Video bitrate(kbps): Bitrate in kbps of an incoming video stream.
Skipped video frames: Number of video frames that did not arrive.