I think the creators of Print Studio were trying to make the settings more readable, and weren't expecting many users to edit the settings files directly.
Below is a translation of the parameters from Print Studio to the printsettings file. Note that any setting that begins with "Model" can also be substituted with either "First" or "BurnIn", because each layer type has that same setting. For example
ModelExposureSec controls the exposure time for the Model layers (all the layers after the Burn-in layers), so
BurnInExposureSec control the same setting for the First and Burn-in layers.
Layer height = LayerThicknessMicrons
Burn-in Layers = BurnInLayers
Wait (before exposure) = ModelApproachWaitMS
Exposure time = ModelExposureSec
Separation slide velocity = ModelSeparationRPM
Z-axis overlift = ModelZLiftMicrons
Separation Z-axis velocity = ModelSeparationMicronsPerSec
Approach slide velocity = ModelApproachRPM
Approach Z-axis velocity = ApproachMicronsPerSec
Angle of rotation = ModelRotationMilliDegrees
Overpress = ModelPressMicrons
Overpress velocity = ModelPressMicronsPerSec
Wait (after overpress) = ModelPressWaitMS
Overpress return velocity = ModelUnPressMicronsPerSec
Separation slide maximum jerk = ModelSeparationRotJerk
Separation Z-axis maximum jerk = ModelSeparationZJerk
Approach slide maximum jerk = ModelApproachRotJerk
Approach Z-axis maximum jerk = ModelSeparationZJerk
@scott_chabineau as for your question, the reason you see settings via SSH that you don't see in the printsettings file is that you're accessing the global printer settings file, not the settings for that specific print (the printsettings file). Pretty confusing, especially given that the settings from the printsettings file are copied to the printer settings file when a job is loaded.
Here's a PDF of all the settings: Ember Print and Printer Settings.pdf (131.3 KB)
This and other Ember info can be found in Word doc format (the most searchable and web-friendly format ever!) in the docs folder on the Ember github.