Additional Settings

Zrythm stores all of its configuration using the GSettings mechanism, which comes with the gsettings command for changing settings from the command line, or the optional GUI tool dconf-editor.

Normally, you shouldn’t need to access any of these settings as most of them are found inside Zrythm’s UI, and it is not recommended to edit them as Zrythm validates some settings before it saves them or uses some settings internally, but in some cases you may want to change them manually for some reason - for example if your selected backend causes Zrythm to crash.

Viewing the Current Settings

See zrythm --print-settings.

Reset to Factory Settings

See zrythm --reset-to-factory.

Todo

This will be added to the UI soon.