Turns on automatic karaoke mode. If enabled (here or in the karaoke menu in the main window), once you play a song in a singer's queue, it will automatically advance through the rotation, playing each singer's first queued unsung song, until it runs out of songs or stopped.
How many seconds to wait in autoplay mode after a singer's song finishes before starting the next singer's song.
If enabled, it will show an alert on the singer display with the name of the upcoming singer, the song they're singing, and a countdown timer indicating when the song will automatically start.
Font to use on the next singer alert display
The color to use for text on the next singer alert display
The background color to use on the next singer alert display
This section allows you to enable/disable various warnings that OpenKJ pops up when you perform certain actions. These are pretty self explanatory, so I won't describe each one in detail.
Where to store songs that OpenKJ downloads purchased from the Song Shop.
If enabled, OpenKJ will start playing the most recently used break music playlist automatically when you open the program.
If enabled, OpenKJ will do some fuzzy matching for searches with apostrophes in them. “Don't” will match “dont”, for example.
Controls the offset between the video position displayed and the current audio position, allowing you to compensate for audio or video signal processing delays to keep them in sync. Positive numbers mean that the video will be ahead of the audio position by the number of ms specified. Negative numbers mean that the video will be behind the audio by the number of ms specified.
If enabled, OpenKJ will output a debug log to a log file and the logging output from the program in the debug log window will be more verbose.
Where OpenKJ will store its debug logs. It generates a new log file for each program run.