Select output format. Can select between available sample converters.
Select the numbers of samples per second.
Pass through output agent
This lets you listen to what you are saving to disk. When using this option, the sample created will be in the format the other sound output agent deliver the sound in. This means that you can still select the output format.
Here you have the choice to select which CIA chip to be emulated.
If your favourite C64 tune seem to play at an odd speed you can try to change this setting.
Most of the modules come with information about which SID chip the player should emulate, but you can override this or choose the default if unknown with this setting.
Options - Enable filter
You can disable and enable the filter emulation here, if you want to save some CPU time.
Options - Boost digisounds
On the 8580 SID chip, sampled sounds may be played with a really low volume. This is not a bug, but is exactly how the 8580 works, which a lot of people complained about in the old days. If you got such a tune, you can boost it with this option.
Options - Mixer
Select which mixer you want to use. You can choose between these:
Normal interpolation when mixing.
This is the most accurate mixer. It uses more CPU power than Interpolate since it does a lot of real-time calculations.
These settings is specific for High Volume SID Collection. If you have downloaded this package, set the path to the root of your HVSC folder. SidPlay can then lookup some extra information if available and show them in the comments.