Options / Preferences

This Options dialog is composed into several sections:


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.

Language : change the applications language to your preferred language

Check for updates automatically
It will alert you of an update and its changes.

Auto Connect on Startup
On checked LUCI STUDIO will be automatically connected at startup.

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.

Status Light
When selected the background color of the main window will change according to the connection status (Gray = Unconnected, Blue = Connected, Orange = jitter close to tolerable value, Red = error, no incoming stream)

Connection Lost Alert
To get an audio signal when the connection is lost. Set it to OFF or to the number of seconds that the connection is lost.

Logging Level : Set Logging to OFF?NORMAL/DETAILED/Realtime, will create Log files in the Documents\LuciStudio-Logs\ directory ( press Show files to go there). Here you can set LUCI Studio to log what it’s doing, for debugging purposes. If you experience any problems, set this to Normal and LUCI will write a *.txt file. Send this file to our support centre and also include your *.lsup so we can see what your settings are.
Keep log file : Set the timespan the log files will cover, so “per Session” will delete all previous sessions logs.
NOTE: Creation of Log files can slow down the PC or exhaust your drive. Use with care


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, for 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 up to date phonebook check the Reload at startup option.


Recording Stream
Having 4 options, record only the Microphone audio, only the return stream audio, a Mix of both, or Microphone and return stream in separate channels.

Auto load recordings
If you enable this, a newly recorded file will be automatically loaded, ready to be played.

Play loaded file in return stream at auto answer
If you enable this, as soon as an incoming call is received the loaded file is played. You can use this as an answering/warning message to the callee. This option disables the “Auto load recordings” option.

Recording format
Normally the mono/stereo for the recording file is the same as set in the stations profile, but you can set it differently here. Also the bit quality can be set ( Note that not all audio interfaces have 24 bit ).

Default recording location
Change the location where the recordings are stored on your device, or where to get the files for playing.

Edit Fade Type
Sets the editing slope to a preferred value.


This submenu is used to setup general settings about your SIP connections. You can set one or more SIP identities, when connected the system will detect any incoming calls from all defined SIP servers. The first Identity is used as login when the Station profile setting “User Default” is checked.

Fill in the name to identify it from the list
Fill in the username you use to log in at your server.
Fill in your password belonging to your username.
Fill in the address of the SIP server.
You can also fill in a name that will be shown to the callee.

Extra SIP identities can also be added, so you can handle calls from multiple SIP accounts. Please note that these have to be unique as these will be registered also.
Add a new empty entry.
Remove the current selected entry.
Fill in the name to identify it from the list.
Fill in the username you use to log in at your server.
Fill in your password belonging to your username.
Fill in the address of the SIP server.

Use IPV6 when available
LUCI is IPV6 compatible if your network supports it.
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.


To be able to send your audio file through FTP, please fill in the “URL” of your FTP server*, your “user” name and “password”. You can also enter your “reporter” and “organisation” name and “country code”.

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

*When using a “sFTP server” the URL needs to begin with “sftp://”

If you switch on FTP it will be shown as a publish options in the Tools menu, and in the ‘Edit’ screen.


A separate window for network settings.

Network interface
Choose the network card you want to use (Default selects the Systems choice). Make sure the selected network interface is connected to the global internet.

Enable UPNP network tools
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a set of networking protocols that permits networked devices, such as personal computers, printers, Internet gateways, Wi-Fi access points and mobile devices to seamlessly discover each other’s presence on the network and establish functional network services for data sharing, communications, and entertainment.

LUCI STUDIO can use UPNP to set a port-forward rule in your router, and determine more info about your network should there be a problem. The Network information is then displayed in the Network Info field.

NOTE: Not all routers support UPNP by default, make sure it is enabled in your router at least for this computer if you want to use this feature.

Network Info
When UPNP tools is enabled you can see if your router is UPNP capable, your local PC’s IP address, your Global Internet IP address and a complete trace from your PC to the Internet with all network ip translations.


Every LUCI STUDIO instance can be controlled by Ember+. To identify the instance you can give it a “name”, a unique “port” number and optional “show the given name as window title” and/or in a coloured “group tag” of the LUCI STUDIO instance. Group tags can be used to define LUCI STUDIO groups like location / project / usage groups.

The port number has to be an unique port for your network for this instances of Luci Studio. Only if you want to control this Luci Studio from outside your network, it has to be TCP port-forwarded in your router ( see for more details our How To portforwarding but set it for TCP data). You can test this with the “Test Reachability”.

The value at “Snap grid on Move” is the number of LUCI STUDIO instances that are displayed on one row when the snap grid is enabled. The windows will “lock” in a grid and move together.

Note: This section is only available with the Ember+ plugin license.