How to Add Editor Images

So you want to use one of our images in editor? Fortunately it’s a pretty simple process, once you know what you’re doing.


Setup: Editor images should be a 600×324 bitmap file. The editor images offered on this site should already be formatted correctly.

If adding an image for a V5 voicebank: Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\VOCALOID5\Voicelib (Replace C with whatever drive you installed it to)
If adding an image for any other voicebank: Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\VOCALOID6\Resource\Voice (Replace C with whatever drive you installed it to)

Turn on image thumbnail view if you don’t want to be searching for your voicebank for hours.

Place setup.bmp into the folder of the corresponding voicebank, either replacing the original Setup.bmp, or renaming it in the process.

Inside of V5 Voicebank Folder
Inside of V3/4/6 Voicebank Folder

If done correctly, you should now see the new editor image when selecting a voicebank in the part tab. (You can change voicebank names using regedit, but showing how might get this site taken down so I won’t)

Synthesizer V Studio

Setup: SynthV voicebanks have 2 images you can change. The profile image that shows up in the License & Updates tab that every voicebank has, and the background image that shows up in editor which most mascot voicebanks have by default. Your profile image should be a 256×256 png named “profile” and your background should be a png named “background”, the standard size for backgrounds is around 500×707, but a lot of official voicebanks break this rule

Find your install location: The default install location is C:\Users\[YOUR NAME]\Documents\Dreamtonics\Synthesizer V Studio\databases, with [YOUR NAME] being your username. If you do not see your voicebank there you can check the install location in the License & Updates tab’s status menu.

Once you’ve found the install location, it’s as simple as dragging the two images in. You will have to either rename or replace profile.png, and may have to do the same for background.png depending on the voicebank.

If done correctly you should see this when you open the editor:

This could be different post the 1.7.1 update, but at least in earlier version of the editor, updating a voicebank clears the contents of it’s folder, replacing the profile and background images, or in the case of Dreamtonics voicebanks, erasing the background image. I would highly recommend making a backup of the profile and background images before updating.