|OldMovie can save a
virtually unlimited number of settings through using the load &
save buttons. The blue button on the left, containing the folder
icon is used to load in previously saved settings, the yellow one
with the disk icon is used for saving.
If you've painstakingly configured OldMovie to perfection you'd
probably like to be able to save these settings for later use. You
can do this by pressing the "Save" button. Next you will see a
standard Windows dialog for saving files. Just specify the filename
and the settings will be saved. Note that if you do not or
wrongfully specify the default .oms extension of the settings
files, OldMovie will add it for you. The configuration files need
not be saved into the default location but it is more convenient to
do so. You could also create subdirectories containing different
types of settings.
Loading in a previously saved configuration works similar to
saving. Just press the "Open" button and a standard Windows dialog
will appear, this time showing all the previously saved settings
files. Just double-click or press the "Open" button and the
settings will be loaded.
Pressing the "Delete" button will also
show you a window. From this window you can select a previously
saved settings file and upon double-clicking or pressing the "Open"
button in this window, that specific file will be
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