In the beginning it was suggested everyone only use the miniDSP Input channels for loading BEQ settings,
That would leave the 4 Output channels free for your own personal sub EQ/Delays/Levels and House Curve.
When DesertDog created a github repository for ALL the BEQ titles (in miniDSP xml. file format)
It saved everyone from manually typing BEQ settings into the input channels one at a time.
You would clone the list from the repo to your own hard drive,
Go to Load: in the miniDSP software and just click a title off the list, BEQ xml file goes to the Input Channels, no more typing. Yeah!
...However, that system would also overwrite the Output Channels (default bypassed) So you would have to manually insert your HC (if you had one)
3ll3d00d then created a "merge" function in the BEQ-Designer app
(software he created for everyone to use that generates the BEQ settings, graphs and charts)
You would create a house curve using only the miniDSP output channels, just like before, nothing on the input side (bypassed)
Hit Save in the miniDSP software to export a House Curve_1 into xml file format, put it in a HC folder you create in a separate directory.
Load up the BEQ-D app,
Hit the refresh button to pull the latest BEQ movie updates from the repo,
if you don't have it yet, it will prompt if you to clone it.
Hit Ctrl-X (or select merge from the toolbar)
Select your config file (enter path to the HC you just created)
Select the output directory (where your movie BEQ files will be stored)
The BEQ-D app then merges all 760+ BEQ's + your HC and overwrites your list in less than a minute.
Now to load any movie BEQ (with your HC), open the miniDSP software, click load button, navigate to your merged movie list,
One click on any Movie title puts the BEQ settings on the miniDSP Input channels and your HC on the Output channels at the same time.
If you want you can save several House Curve's in your HC folder.
It takes less than a minute to re-merge the entire list with a new curve/settings.
It may sound like a lot, but each step is well documented with screen shots in the setup guide,
and lots of help from others when someone gets stuck. Get it setup once, it's very easy to maintain.