Samsung SDP-860 User`s manual

Samsung Digital Presenter
Software User's Manual
(Macintosh Program)
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Installing the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program) ······················································· 1
System Requirements ·······················································································································1
Connecting the SDP-860 ···················································································································2
Software Installation ··························································································································3
Opening the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)························································· 7
Getting Familiarized with the SDP-860 Viewer Screen ·····································································7
How to use the Image and Save feature of the SDP-860································································10
Troubleshooting ················································································································ 13
Installing the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)
Installing the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)
System Requirements
♦ System Hardware: Any Macintosh with PowerPC G5, or higher and an USB port.
♦ Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
♦ Memory: 512MB of available RAM space for application. (1GB as recommended)
♦ USB 2.0 Port
♦ CD-ROM Drive
♦ Monitor with resolution of 1024x768 or higher
♦ Note
- This viewer program does not officially support USB 2.0 PCI or PCMCIA cards.
- The USB 2.0 mode of this viewer program may not function correctly in
computers with a USB 2.0 PCMCIA card.
- SDP860 does not have a separate USB Driver and use a UVC.
In the Mac OS 10.6, it is supported officially.
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Connecting the SDP-860
Connect the USB cable to the USB ports of your computer and the digital presenter.
Connect the power cable of the digital presenter, and then turn on the power.
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Software Installation
1. Insert the enclosed CD, then double-click on the following program.
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2. If the screen above appears, click “Continue”. Your operating system must be using 10.6
or above, with lower versions the installation may fail.
Installing the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)
3. Read the information then click “Continue”.
4. Read the license agreement then click “I agree” or “I do not agree”.
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5. Select a drive to install the program to then click “Continue”.
6. The installation is complete as the following dialog appears.
The installed SDP-860 Viewer program is found in the “Application Programs” folder.
Opening the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)
Opening the SDP-860 Viewer (Macintosh Program)
Getting Familiarized with the SDP-860 Viewer Screen
The projected image size can be changed between 1280x1024 and 640x480.
Shows an image at 640x480.
Shows an image at 1280x1024.
Shows an image in Full Screen mode.
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Fits the length and width of a projected image to the actual image resolution, or to the screen
display ratio.
Fits the length and width of a projected image to the actual image resolution.
Ignores the actual image resolution, and fits an image to the screen display ratio.
Environment Settings
Environment Settings Window Picture
 In the Environment Settings window, you can change the directory and file
format for Quick-Saved images.
 Click the Setup button to change the directory of saved image files.
 In the Format popup menu, you can select TIFF, JPG or PNG image formats.
Image and Save
 Capture: Captures and displays the current image in the separate Capture
 After closing the Capture window, you can press this button again to bring it
 For more information, please refer to “How to use the Image and Save
features of the SDP-860”.
Quick Save
Q-SAVE: Pressing this button immediately captures and save the current image
to the selected folder in the Environment Settings. Images are captured in the full
size even if the current display screen is not.
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Status Display
Displays the status of the viewer: the current resolution, audio on/off
and recording/stop recording.
Record/Stop Recording Video
Record Video:
Saves the current image as a video file;
First, press the record button to record an image that is being
projected from the digital presenter.
Upon recording, the status bar displays the current elapsed time of
the recording along with the Recording message above it to show the
current recording status.
You can change the Record settings in the Environment Setting:
recorded files’ directory, Image quality, and other attributes.
Audio Status & Remaining Free Space
Displays the volume of an audio input in real-time along with the total
and remaining free storage space: a hard disk or USB memory.
View Area
Displays an image that is being projected from the digital presenter lens, is updated each time
you change options using the control board or remote controllers.
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How to use the Image and Save feature of the SDP-860
Image and Save enables you to capture the current image and save it as the JPG, TIFF, or
PNG format to your computer hard disk. You can also print the current image out to a
connected printer.
1. Capturing Images
While an image is being projected on the View Area, click
to bring up the Capture window containing the captured image.
2. Saving Images
To save the captured image, click
Select a filename and formatthen click “Save” to save the image.
Images can be saved in a total of 12 different formats including TIFF, JPG, and PNG. The
most popular, TIFF format does not compress images while JPG and PNG do. The PNG
format decreases the number of colors, however, although it does not cause degradation in
the image quality.
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Unlike the file format, the filename cannot be customized as it is automatically named based
on the current time.
3. Printing Image
In the Capture window, click
to display the Print dialog box.
The contents of this dialog box may vary depending on your printer brand and model.
Detailed settings such as paper size and print type appear according to your printer drivers.
For more information about printer settings, please refer to your printer manual.
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When clicking the “Preview” button, the current image is converted to PDF, as shown in the
picture below, allowing you to preview before printing it out.
4. Quick Save & Environment Settings
While an image is projected from the digital presenter, press Q-SAVE or the hotkey Cmd-K to
quickly save the video of the image. Quick-saved images are saved in the full size:
To change the directory and format of saved images, go to Environment Settings.
5. Rotating Images
You can rotate and invert images to the left and right in increments of 90 degrees in the
Capture window. When rotating or inverting, images are saved or printed at the currently
viewed angle.
he Quick Save option does not support this feature.
Cause & Solution
The SDP-860 Viewer does
To open the SDP-860 Viewer, the digital presenter must be turned on
not open.
and connected to your computer.
► Please check the USB connection and power of the digital
The digital presenter is
Please close all other application programs. Computers with a low-end
connected, but the screen
graphics card may slow down the performance of the viewer program.
is sluggish.
Keep the audio off to enhance the recording speed.
activates very slowly (for
low-end computers).
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