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VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 1 Table of Contents Welcome to VirtualDJ 8!... 3 Installation ... 4 WINDOWS ... 4 MAC ... 5 Opening VirtualDJ 8 for the first time... 7 Installation Notes ... 9 Application paths ... 9 Upgrading to Version 8 ... 9 Database ... 10 System requirements ... 11 Legal Information ... 12 VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 2 Welcome to VirtualDJ 8! Overview VirtualDJ 8 is the new, highly anticipated flagship product that will take your audio and video mixing to a whole new level of creativity. Version 8, with its rich and innovative tools, offers the user a truly powerful ...
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VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 1,

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Welcome to VirtualDJ 8!... 3 Installation ... 4 WINDOWS ... 4 MAC ... 5 Opening VirtualDJ 8 for the first time... 7 Installation Notes ... 9 Application paths ... 9 Upgrading to Version 8 ... 9 Database ... 10 System requirements ... 11 Legal Information ... 12 VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 2,

Welcome to VirtualDJ 8! Overview

VirtualDJ 8 is the new, highly anticipated flagship product that will take your audio and video mixing to a whole new level of creativity. Version 8, with its rich and innovative tools, offers the user a truly powerful DJ software platform. It has been created to unleash all of your mixing creativity within one DJ application. It is powerful and easy to use, equipped with all the features a DJ would want as his favorite DJ application. VirtualDJ 8 Features Include: ● High Quality Sound Engine: The new internal sound engine processes in high-quality 32-bit audio. ● Sandbox: A brand new key feature allows you to prepare and test your mix, while the audience is still listening to the master sound output. ● Sampler: With an unlimited amount of samples and banks, the user can organize audio and video samples into banks and groups to create new samples by recording from any deck, master or microphone input. ● Built-in Editors: A wide range of built-in editors have been added to extend the core functionality. Examples include: Tag Editor, Track Cleaner, Video Editor, Sampler Editor, POI Editor and BPM Editor. ● Optimized for Multi-Touch Screens and Tablets: with a custom interface tailored for the touch experience, VirtualDJ 8 will turn your touch device into a powerful DJ controller. ● Intel Dual Personality Technology Support: With Intel Dual Personality ready devices, VirtualDJ 8 will automatically switch based on the best suited interface to the current state of your computer.

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VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 3,

Installation

Download the installation file Visit your Account at http://www.virtualdj.com/users/edit.html or http://www.virtualdj.com/download/free.html to receive the latest version of the software. Download and save the Windows or Mac OS installation file to your computer. Navigate to the location where you saved the downloaded installation file (most likely in your Downloads folder). Double-click on the file: install_virtualdj_v8.0.msi (for Windows computers) or install_virtualdj_v8.pkg (for Mac OS computers) Follow the steps below to continue installation …

WINDOWS

1. Allow the installation to Run 2 Welcome screen … Next 3. End User License Agreement. 4. Choose Setup type Please Read thoroughly. Click I Accept then Next (typical is recommended) to agree with the terms and conditions of the License VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 4, 5. Ready to install … Install 6. Copying files... 7. Finish Installation … Finish Now your software is installed and you will find an icon on your desktop for opening VirtualDJ

MAC

1. Click Continue to begin the installation. 2. Click Continue after reading the License Agreement VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 5, 3. Click Agree to accept the License 4. Select installation Drive .. Continue Agreement 5. Ready to Install .. Install 6. Enter your password for installing applications 7. Validating Package … 8. Configuring…. VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 6, 9. Once files copied onto your system, Now your software is installed and you should click Close to finish the installation find an icon in your Applications folder for opening VirtualDJ 8

Opening VirtualDJ 8 for the first time

Simply double click on the VirtualDJ 8 icon on the desktop (for Windows) or your Applications folder (for Mac OS). On first launch a Login window will appear on top of the VirtualDJ GUI. VirtualDJ User Interface (Skin) Login Window VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 7, Login using the Username (or email) and the password of your current virtualdj.com account. If you don’t’ have a virtualdj.com account, you can still login using your Google or Microsoft ID, but it is suggested to create a virtualdj.com account. How to Create a VirtualDJ Account Click on the create a VirtualDJ account button. A window will appear to enter your personal data. Note that VirtualDJ will never share this data or intend to spam you. Enter a desired Username. Notice the side margin as you type. This will let you know if your desired username is available. Select a password. Type your First and Last Name and select your country. Next, enter your correct email address and click on the Send confirmation code button. The system will automatically send you and email with the information you need to enter in the Confirmation Code. Once you recieved the email and retrieved the confirmation Code, enter it on the screen and click on Create my account. Finally, click Back button to login. Locate your tracks from the Folders list. Drag and drop a couple of tracks on the decks and start having fun ! VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 8,

Installation Notes Application paths

VirtualDJ 8 installs files into the following locations: Default application path: Windows: C:\Program Files\VirtualDJ\ MAC OS X: ./Applications/ Application Configuration, Plug-ins, Skins, Database, Playlist, Tracklisting, Languages and Support Files are stored in: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\My Documents\VirtualDJ\ Windows VISTA & Windows 7 & 8: C:\Users\{username}\Documents\VirtualDJ\ MAC OS X: ./Users/{username}/Documents/VirtualDJ/ Settings are saved in: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\My Documents\VirtualDJ\settings.xml Windows VISTA, Windows 7 & 8: C:\Users\{username}\Documents\VirtualDJ\settings.xml MAC OS X: /Users/{username}/Documents/VirtualDJ/settings.xml

Upgrading to Version 8

When upgrading VirtualDJ 8 from prior versions, the default application path stays the same and the application configuration, plug-in, skins, database files, and support files are copied to the appropriate location listed above. Upgrading from version 3 or Prior VirtualDJ 8 will not carry forward any existing information from your current setup. You will have to analyze and set cue points after adding your collection to the new database. Upgrading from version 4 If possible, you should have your complete Gig Ready setup connected before running the latest version for the first time. This will give VirtualDJ 8 the ability to build the appropriate database files using the information from the previous version database files. Upgrading from version 5 VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 9, All existing database information will be maintained. However, a new database file will be created to accommodate the new Unicode support provided in version 6. Upgrading from version 6 All existing database information will be maintained. Upgrading from version 7 All existing database information will be maintained.

Database

What are the database files and what do they contain? VirtualDJ stores track’s information and creates Database files on each Hard Drive separately. Main Database For the tracks stored in the primary internal Drive, VirtualDJ creates a database.xml file and a VirtualDJ folder to save information for your created Favorite, Virtual and Filter folders in the following location: Name Path database.xml & Windows : C:\Users\{Username}\MyDocuments\VirtualDJ folder VirtualDJ folder Mac OS : /Users/{Username}/MyDocuments/VirtualDJ folder Additional Drive Databases For tracks stored in any other Internal or External Hard Drives, VirtualDJ 8 creates for each Drive a database.xml file and a VirtualDJ folder to save information for your created Favorite, Virtual and Filter folders in the following location: Name Path database.xml & Windows : Drive Letter\VirtualDJ folder VirtualDJ folder Mac OS : /Volumes/VirtualDJ folder How it works … For versatility and flexibility, VirtualDJ‘s database system segments the database to each drive attached to the system. The data is stored in the database files. VirtualDJ 8 analyzes the data about the sound track, song length, BPM, key, etc., relative path to the file stored on the drive. The split database design provides users of external hard drives the ability to COLD or HOT SWAP drives between single and/or multiple systems. This allows for multiple DJs of a club, venue, or mobile setup to utilize a single VirtualDJ installation and not have different logins in order to maintain separate, unique databases to each DJ. The DJ can just walk in, plug in the external device, and begin playing. VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 10, First time opening VirtualDJ 8 after upgrading … VirtualDJ 8 will read the database files created with older versions and it will automatically create its own separate ones, leaving the existing databases untouched. If an External Hard Drive is not connected at the time of first launch, VirtualDJ 8 will then read and create a new database for this Drive, the next time this is connected.

System requirements

Windows Mac Supported Operating Systems Supported Operating Systems - Windows XP SP3 - OS X v.10.7 (Lion) - Windows Vista - OS X v.10.8 (Mountain Lion) - Windows 7 (32/64bit) - OS X v.10.9 (Mavericks) - Windows 8 - Windows 8.1 Minimum Hardware requirements Minimum Hardware requirements - Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon™ XP - Intel® processor - Windows XP SP3 - Mac OS X v10.7 - DirectX compatible soundcard - CoreAudio compatible soundcard - 512MB RAM - 1024MB RAM - 20MB free on the hard drive - 30MB free on the hard drive Recommended Hardware requirements Recommended Hardware requirements - Intel® Core™ 2 or AMD Athlon™ X2 - Intel® processor - Windows 7 - Mac OS X v10.9 - Multi-channel DirectX compatible soundcard - Multi-channel CoreAudio compatible soundcard - 2048MB (2 GB) RAM - 2048MB (2 GB) RAM - 200MB free on the hard drive - 200MB free on the hard drive Additional requirements for Video mixing Additional requirements for Video mixing - ATI™ or NVIDIA® video card w/256MB of - ATI™ or NVIDIA® video chipset w/256MB Dedicated DDR3 RAM of Dedicated DDR3 RAM - Video card must support dual-screen output - Video card must support dual-screen output VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 11,

Legal Information

Website : http://www.atomixproductions.com Website : http://www.virtualdj.com

Atomix Productions Inc.

Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA VirtualDJ Copyright: Copyright 1997-2014 Atomix Productions Inc. All Rights Reserved Number IDDN.FR.001.040012.01.R.C.2000.000.31400. Trademarks: The VirtualDJ Logo is a registered trademark of Atomix Productions Inc. VirtualDJ softwareis a registered trademark of Atomix Productions Inc. License and Restrictions: According to the EULA (End User License Agreement) accepted by every user upon installation of VirtualDJ: ● You MAY NOT make or distribute copies of VirtualDJ, or electronically transfer VirtualDJ from one computer to another over a network. ● You MAY NOT decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or otherwise reduce VirtualDJ to less than human perceivable form. ● You MAY NOT modify or create derivative works from VirtualDJ. ● You MAY NOT sell, rent, transfer or sublicense the software. You may not sell, rent, transfer or sublicense hardware on which the software is installed, without written prior agreement of Atomix Productions Inc. Reproduction of this manual in full or in part without written permission from Atomix Productions Inc. is prohibited. VirtualDJ 8 – Quick Setup Guide 12]
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