MVIX Wireless Hi-Def Multimedia Player
User Guide
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Congratulations
on your purchase of Mvix® Wireless, Hi-Definition Multimedia Player and Welcome to the Mvix® Family !
The Mvix HD Multimedia Player is a portable player that allows vivid and crisp playback of dozens of multimedia files.
You can now enjoy your favorite movies, home videos, digital music and digital photos on TV or Home-theater System.
The Mvix Player brings all digital content to your living room so that you can enjoy movies, music and photos with your
near and dear ones.
Mvix Players incorporate state-of-the-art technology, commonly used in high-end computing and consumer electronic
solutions. The highly-refined manufacturing process, timeless engineering and careful quality control have resulted in
a product of the highest long-term aesthetic and commercial value. We hope you will find the Mvix player to be a
rewarding experience and a worthy investment.
We have made this manual as short as possible so that it is practical for someone to read it carefully and thoroughly.
Please take the time to do this now and feel free to follow the instructions with your unit as you read through the manual.
You’ve selected one of the best-built, best-backed products available today. With its comprehensive manufacturer’s
warranty, you can be assured that your player will provide consistent playback and viewing entertainment through many
years of use. We’ll do everything in our power to keep you happy with your purchase for many years to come.
You can count on our uncompromising commitment to your total satisfaction.
All of this is our way of saying welcome – and thanks for investing in Mvix® - a brand that cares about customer
satisfaction.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Safety & Precautions
1.1 Do’s and Don’ts
Page.5
1.2 Limitations and Usage Precautions
Page.6
Introduction
2.1 Introducing the Wireless MVIX Hi-Def Multimedia Player
Page.7
2.2 Technical Specifications
Page.8
2.3 Package Contents
Page.9
2.4 Getting Familiar with your Unit
Page.10
Basic Setup
3.1 Connections
3.11 Audio and Video Connection Setup
Page.13
3.2 Installing an Internal Hard Disk Drive
3.21 Inserting the Hard Disk
Page.14
3.22 Formatting the Hard Disk
Page.15
3.23 Transferring files to the Hard Disk through USB
Page.18
3.3 The SETUP Menu
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Page.19
Connecting to your PC through a Network
4.1 Setting up Network Sharing using Windows XP on your PC
Page.24
4.2 Wired Network Connections
Page.30
4.3 Wireless Network
Page.31
Media Playback
5.1 Video Playback
Page.33
5.2 Audio Playback
Page.36
5.3 Image Playback
Page.38
5.4 Mixed-Media Playback
Page.39
5.5 Using MY LIST for Media Playback
Page.40
How do I…?
6.1 … play music files randomly or in shuffle mode?
Page.41
6.2 … create a playlist or MY LIST?
Page.41
6.3 … play a video in a loop or continuous repeat?
Page.41
6.4 … play music while watching photo slideshow?
Page.41
6.5 … change the subtitle language?
Page.41
6.6 … backup and play a DVD?
Page.41
Firmware Upgrading
Page.42
Troubleshooting
Page.43
Limited Warranty
Page.44
Copyright and Legal Attributions
Page.45
Contact Information
Page.46
Glossary
Page.47
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Chapter 1: Safety & Precautions
1.1 Do’s and Don’ts
Do’s
ඞUnplug the player during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
ඞ Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider tha
n the
other. The wide blade is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
ඞ Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, or at the point where they exit from the player.
ඞ When connecting or disconnecting AV cables, disconnect the power first.
ඞ Do read all safety information and follow all instructions in this user manual.
ඞ When cleaning the Mvix product, disconnect the power and then wipe the unit with a soft piece of dry cloth. Do not use any
chemicals or sprays for cleaning.
ඞ Visit mvixusa.com for additional product information & for troubleshooting.
Don’ts
ඞ Don’t expose your MVIX unit to heat sources or high temperatures.
ඞ Don’t expose your MVIX unit to water, oil, dust or magnetic materials.
ඞ Don’t block the vents. Free airflow should be maintained around the unit.
ඞ Don’t attempt disassembling or remodeling the unit.
ඞ Don’t drop the MVIX unit. This might cause irreversible damage to the unit and the Hard Drive.
ඞ Do not touch the power plug with wet hands or use defective power cables & electric outlets. Doing so might result in electric
shock or fire. Only use attachments / accessories specified by the manufacturer.
ඞ Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline, etc.) in the Mvix Remote Control. Remove batteries when the unit
is not used for a long time.
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1.2 Limitations and Usage Precautions
Please read the following Limitations and Usage Precautions before using your Mvix player.
ඞ While Mvix players support dozens of file formats and codec, they are not intended to work with every codec-variation.
Mvix players provide limited support to standardized versions of codec as stated in the Technical Specifications of this manual.
ඞ Turn off your Mvix player when connecting or disconnecting USB devices. Failure to do so may result in malfunction and/or loss of
data on your USB device.
ඞ We strongly recommend backing-up your data or media files stored on the Mvix-HDD. Power surge, HDD-failure, accidental deletions
are common causes of data loss. Place your Mvix player away from magnetic sources.
ඞ Mvix supports 3.5” Hard Disk Drives only. Kindly ensure that the jumper setting on your Hard-disk Drive (HDD) is set to MASTER or
SINGLE before installing it in the Mvix Player. Some HDDs (depending on the manufacturer) may work with the SLAVE or CABLE
SELECT (CS) jumper combination. If your PC fails to recognize Mvix as an external storage device, try changing the setting to SLAVE
or CS. Do not forget to format and partition your HDD after installing it in the Mvix player. “Primary Partition” is recommended when
creating two or more partitions within a single Hard Disk Drive.
ඞ When connected to the computer through the USB cable the Mvix player works like an external USB storage device (During this
operation, there is no video/audio playback). To resume playback mode, disconnect the USB cable connected to your PC and turn
on the Mvix player.
ඞ The network capability of the Mvix player is designed to work with Windows-based Operating System (OS) and its Network Sharing
capability. Depending on the OS and Network environment, Network-Sharing may not work reliably. This issue can be caused by a
variety of factors beyond the functionality of the Mvix player.
ඞ The supplied cables and accessories are recommended for customized best performance of the Mvix Media Player. Using any
other (after-market) cables or accessories may not provide best performance
ඞ In order to unplug your Mvix Media Player, press the STOP button before removing cables or turning off the power.
ඞ Do NOT open the unit and service or modify the basic assembly. Do NOT modify the firmware of the Mvix unit. Improper or
unauthorized repair will VOID your warranty coverage.
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2.1 Introducing the Wireless MVIX Hi-Def Multimedia Player
ඞ HD Playback: The Mvix player supports a max resolution of 1920 x 1080 Progressive Scan video output providing
Hi-Definition display of clear and crisp picture quality.
ඞ Video / Movie File Player: Supports various video file formats, including DivX® (3/4/5), Xvid, MPEG, WMV-9,
ASF(WMV9), DAT, DVD(IFO, VOB), ISO as well as HD-level TP, TS, TRP etc. Convenient Automatic Decoding and
Bookmarking of multiple files within a folder.
ඞ Audio Jukebox: A perfect music jukebox that supports multiple audio formats: MP3, AC3, WMA, DTS with digital
audio output and down-mixing capability.
ඞ Digital Photo Album: Supports multiple image formats. Now your entire family can enjoy the digital photo slide-show
on the big screen TV.
ඞ Network Capable Decoding: Supports streaming of media files on the network.
ඞ HD DVI Interface: Produces digital video signals to enjoy high quality, vivid, Hi-Def video.
ඞ USB-Host: Supports TWO USB2.0 Ports. USB-Host functionality allows easy connection to External Storage
(e.g. Flash Drive or External HDD) or an External DVD-ROM.
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2.2 Technical Specifications
Product Name
Mvix MX-760HD Wireless Hi-Definition Media Player
Processor
SEM8621L (By Sigma Designs)
Memory
64MB (RAM), 8MB (Flash)
Operating System
ucLinux
Supported Files &
Formats
Video Output
Video
DivX® (3/4/5), AVI, Xvid, MPEG, MPG, VCD(DAT), DVD(VOB, IFO), WMV(WMV-9),
ASF(WMV-9), TP, TS, TRP
Audio
MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, PCM, AC3, DTS decoding including down-mixing, DTS pass through
Image
BMP, JPEG/JPG, PNG
Composite, S-Video, Component, and DVI.
Analog
Stereo RCA, 5.1 channel RCA
Digital
Coaxial, Optical
Audio Output
TV System
NTSC, PAL, or AUTO
HD COMPONENT Y, Pb, Pr (480p, 720p,1080) / HD DVI (480, 720,1080i, 1080p)
Hi-Def Decoding
WMV, ASF, AVI and MP4 formats
MPEG-2 MPat HL(720P/1,080I)MPEG-4 ASPat L5 (720p) and WMV9 MPat ML (720p)
Audio Decoding
MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 Layers I, II and III (MP3), MPEG-2 BC multi-channel layers I, II and III, MPEG-2 and
MPEG-4 AAC-LC,WMA9 and WMA9 Pro decoding
Wire
Ethernet (10/100) LAN via RJ-45 Port
Wireless
Wireless LAN : 802.11b/g or Pre-N MIMO(option)
Networking
Network Security
Wireless: WEP, and MAC-address Filtering
Network Protocol
Wireless : IEEE802.11b/g, 5dBi antenna (SMA type)
Wire : 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet (RJ45)
TCP/IP (DHCP client mode, Manual IP mode)
Hard-Disk Type
3.5” Internal IDE(PATA)
USB Interface
USB2.0 host, USB2.0 Slave
Power
AC-DC Adapter 12V, 2.5A
Dimension
187mm(W) X 193mm(H) X 58mm(D) or 7.4”(W) x 7.6”(H) x 2.3”(D)
Specifications subject to change without prior notice
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2.3 Package Contents
MX-760HD
Remote Control
Stand
5dBi Antenna
A/V Cable
Power Adaptor
Power Cable
USB Cable
User Manual
Driver CD
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2.3 Getting Familiar with your unit
Front View
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1
Navigation / Toggle Switch
2
Power Button
3
Select / OK Button
4
Stop Button
5
Setup Button
6
LCD Screen
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Rear View
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ᐲ
ᐳ
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1
Wireless Antennae Jack
9
S-video Port
2
Optical (Audio) Port
10
DVI Port
3
10/100 Mbps (RJ45) LAN
11
High Velocity Fan
4
USB 2.0 Host A-Type 2
12
USB 2.0 Slot
5
Stereo RCA Port
13
External Infra-Red Jack
6
Component Port
14
Power
7
Composite Port
15
Case Clamp Screw
8
Coaxial Cable Jack
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Mvix Remote Control
POWER
Toggle Unit Power (ON / OFF)
SETUP
Enter Setup Menu, Apply/Confirm Setup Settings
TVOUT
Toggle Video Output Modes
FUNC
Display Control Options (Vol, Contrast, Subtitle etc..)
MUTE
Stop Audio Output from the Player
(ARROW)
Cursor Navigation Arrow Buttons
REFRESH
Refresh Shared-Folder / Directory Contents
INFO
Display Media File Information
RETURN
Return to Previous Screen / Folder
JUKEBOX
Toggle Jukebox Display Options (Audio Only)
ENTER
Enter / Play (Individual file) / Select the Highlighted Selection
ADD
Add the file to MY LIST
DELETE
Delete file from MY LIST
MEDIA
Toggle Media List (Video / Audio / Photo / Mixed)
STOP
Stop Playback
PLAY / PAUSE
Play (Continuous-Sequential Play) / Pause Playback
VOL + / -
Volume (Increase / Decrease)
FF / End
Fast Forward Playback. Scroll to end of File List.
FB / Home
Fast Backwards / Rewind Playback. Scroll to beginning of File List.
PREV / PGUP
Previous Chapter / File / Page Up on List
NEXT / PGDN
Next Chapter / File / Page Down on List
LOCK
Set Folder Password (Folder access Control)
SUBTITLE
Subtitle ON / OFF, Change Settings
GOTO
Time-Stamp based Search and FF/FR.
ZOOM
Zoom Video Playback
REPEAT
Repeat Media file(s) Playback
RND/SEQ
Switch between Random – Sequential Playback.
TITLE
Display DVD / VCD Title Screen on Main Menu Screen
AUDIO
Display a list of AUDIO files & start JUKEBOX
A-B
Repeat one Small Segment of a Media File
MENU
DVD / VCD Menu Screen (Chapters, Extras etc.)
SLEEP
Set Sleep Timer
EJECT
Eject CD or DVD ROM drive (USB host)
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3.1 Connection
3.11 Audio & Video Connection Setup
MX-760HD to TV :
Video Connections
MX760HD
TV
Y/Pb/Pr
Y/Pb/Pr
Video
Video
Audio Connection Options
Video Connection Options
S-Video
S-Video
R/L
R/L
DVI
DVI
MX-760HD to Home Theater :
Audio Connections
MX760HD
Home Theater
Coaxial
Coaxial
Optical
Optical
R/L
R/L
MX-760HD Back Panel
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3.2 Installing an Internal Hard Disk Drive
3.21 Inserting the Hard Disk
NOTE: Before Installing, ensure that the jumpers on your HDD are set to MASTER or SINGLE. Hard Disks with
CABLE SELECT jumper settings may not work in Mvix Hi-Def Multimedia Player.
1. Locate the casing screw and turn it in clockwise direction.
2. Open the casing cover of the Mvix Player.
3. Gently lift the slide-panel cover as shown
4. Gently press the enclosure bracket
5. Slide the Hard Drive in the space so as to snugly fit the
HDD in the enclosure brackets.
6. Release the bracket to secure the HDD in position.
7. Connect the TWO cables to your HDD. - HDD Data Cable
(Flat Grey Cable) and 4-pin Power Cable.
8. Slide the side panel cover back into place and lock the
enclosure using the case screw button at the back.
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3.22 Formatting the Hard Disk
Formatting and Partitioning the HDD using Win 2K/XP
The drive is initially not visible in Windows Explorer. For the drive t
o been seen in Windows Explorer it needs to be configured via the
disk management Utility. Win-XP will normally recognize the unfor
matted /unpartitioned drive when you open disk management and
start the wizard.
1. Right click on “My Computer”. Choose “Manage” from
the pop up menu and “Computer Management” window
will appear. Under “Storage”, choose the “Disk Management”
folder.
2. The disk list will appear on the right side of the
“Computer Management” windows. Right click the Mvix
HDD (marked as “Unallocated HDD”) from the list and
from the pop up menu choose “New Partition” to make
partitions on the chosen disk.
3. The New Partition Wizard opens up. Click Next.
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4. Select the appropriate Partition Type. Choose Primary
partition.
Primary –Normal selection for less than 4 partitions.
Extended – Used for 4 or more partitions.
5. Select the Partition Size. If you want one partition, simply
click “Next”.
Set the size of the partition (The full drive capacity is the
default). If the full Partition Size is not used, right click on the
remaining free space once the wizard has completed to
partition that space. Repeat the Partition Wizard until the
drive is how you want it.
Remember: For the FAT32 Formatting, Partition Size is
limited to 32GB
6. Select the Driver letter. This allows you to select the drive
letter for this partition. This will be the identification label of
your Mvix HDD on your PC. We recommend that you do not
change anything on this screen and simply press “Next”.
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7. Select the Partition Format. NTFS is the default format type
in Windows XP, but FAT32 is popular for users that dual
boot between XP and 9X. There is a limit that Windows XP
cannot create a partition larger than 32 GB using FAT32.If
you want the FAT32, Partition Size is limited to 32GB.
8. When the formatting is completed, detailed information will
appear as shown. Click the “FINISH” button to complete the
work.
9. Once the drive has been initialized, partitioned, and formatted
it will display as a healthy drive with the size and type of partition
below the volume name and drive letter.
ඞ There is no limit on the number of folders / sub-folders that can be created within the Mvix-HDD. The access or seek-time
increases significantly if number of folders > 6400.
ඞ The Mvix player recognizes file and folder names up to 256 characters.
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3.23 Transferring files to the Hard Disk through USB
When connected to your PC, the Mvix Player works exactly like an
external storage device (e.g. USB Flash drive).
1. Power OFF the Mvix Media Player
2. Connect the USB2.0 Slave Port to the USB Port of your
PC via a USB2.0 A-B Cable.
3. Power ON the Mvix Media Player.
4. Your PC will recognize the new external USB drive**.
5. Simply drag and drop your media files from your PC to the Mvix
Multimedia Player. It works exactly like any other external storage
device.
** If your PC fails to recognize the Mvix Media Player when connected via USB, check the jumper settings on the installed HDD.
Try and test the jumpers in the following order:
ඞ MASTER or SINGLE jumper setting
ඞ CABLE SELECT (CS) jumper setting
ඞ SLAVE jumper setting
ඞ Complete Remove all jumpers.
USB Host Functionality: The Mvix player also provides a USB-host port built upon a full speed, USB 2.0 compliant host/function processor.
USB-host (also referred to as USB-OTG or USB-On-the-Go) allows communication between two USB devices. You can connect any external
storage device (e.g. Flash drive) or an external DVD-ROM and play video files residing on these external devices. You can even connect your
Digital Camera to directly transfer digital images/pictures from the camera to the HDD residing inside Mvix player.
ඞ Turn off your Mvix player before connecting your external device to the player.
ඞ Some 2.5” external-HDD may require additional power to the external HDD to be recognized. Use the AC-adapter included with your
2.5” external HDD to enable its use with the Mvix player.
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3.3 The SETUP Menu
Before using the Mvix player, you may need to configure the
Mvix player to work with your Display (TV) and Network Setup.
Press SETUP menu on the Mvix Remote to view the setup
options on the main panel. The main panel displays options to
configure settings for TV, Network, Wireless, Media file
playback settings and some Miscellaneous settings for the
Mvix Player.
To apply SETUP settings, select the option and press SETUP
on the Mvix Remote.
Use the navigation button on the Mvix Remote to select the TV
icon/option. This option allows you to configure your video-out
settings.
Use the right-arrow button on the Mvix Remote to navigate to
the main panel and select configuration option. Press ENTER
on each configuration to view available setup options.
SPDIF out: DownMix and Passthrough
Audio Channel: 2 Channels and 5+1 Channels.
Video Out: S-Video, Component, DVI etc.
TV Standard: PAL versus NTSC (USA customers use NTSC)
TV Type: 4:3 versus 16:9 (If using Widescreen Display / TV use 16:9)
Use the left -arrow button on the Mvix Remote to navigate
back to the left-side column.
From the left-side navigation column, select NETWORK Setup.
Press ENTER / SELECT on the Mvix Remote.
Enable: Wired / Wireless (Choose Wired versus Wireless Network)
Address Setup: Auto vs Manual (Choose manual to enter IP Address,
Netmask and Gateway manually)
IP Address: (IP address is set automatically, if Address Setup is AUTO)
Netmask: Subnet Mask setup
Gateway: (If using Router, use IP address of the router)
MAC Address : Displays MAC address information (Wired / Wireless)
Wire Apply: Displays Wired Network Status: Success vs Fail
Wireless Apply: Apply Displays Wireless Network status: Success vs Fail
(If Wireless Appy is selected, the System automatically moves to next
screen… <see next page>)
( Select Wire Apply or Wireless Apply to apply settings or Press SETUP
on Mvix Remote to Apply these settings.)
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If Wireless Network is selected in the previous step, the
Wireless Network Setup screen is displayed in this step.
(Use navigation arrow button on Mvix Remote to select each
setup options, Use ENTER button to display options)
ESSID: (Manually enter the Wireless Signal Name or SSID of your network
router).
Channel: (Unless using a Peer-to-Peer network, do not change anything).
Encryption (WEP): (Only select when using WEP security setting on your
network router. Select NONE, if the router runs without encyrption)
WEP Key: If using WEP encryption (above), manually enter WEP key.
Apply: Displays Wireless Network status : Success versus Fail
( Select Apply to apply settings or Press SETUP on Mvix Remote to
Apply these settings.)
Use the left-arrow button on the Mvix remote to navigate back
to the left-side column.
From the left-side navigation column, select PLAYBACK Setup.
Use the arrow keys and press ENTER / SELECT on the Mvix
Remote.
Video Display: Original (Letterbox), Expand (Pan-Scan), Full Screen (Modify
display size)
Sub Position: Top, Middle, Bottom (Select the display position of subtitles
during playback)
Sub Size: Small or Large (Select Subtitle Size)
Sub Color: (Select from a list of over 10 subtitle colors)
Slide Interval:3 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec or 20 sec (Select slide show interval for
image file playback)
Use the left-arrow button on the Mvix Remote to navigate back
to the left-side column.
From the left-side navigation column, select MISC Setup. Use
the arrow keys and press ENTER / SELECT on the Mvix
Remote.
OSD Language: Korean vs English (Menu Language)
Sound Effect: ON vs OFF (Setup various sound effects)
Change Admin Password: (Password setup: 4-digits)
Select Background: (select JPEG file as wallpaper)
Use Def. Background: (Use original/default image as wallpaper)
Show Firmware Ver: (Verify / Confirm Firmware Version)
Factory Reset: (Reset the unit to Factory Default)
Firmware Upgrade: (Select to upgrade firmware)
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PASSWORD FUNCTIONS:
In order to password-protect folders, you will first need to
setup Admin Password.
Default Admin Password: 0000 (4-zeros)
Recommended: Change Admin Password when installing
the Mvix Unit.
ADMIN PASSWORD: _________________
(Use this space to write/safekeep new admin password)
Admin Password is also required for Factory Reset operation.
Perform a Hardware Reboot if Admin Password is lost
In order to password-protect individual folders:
1. Using navigation button on the Mvix Remote, select the folder
to protect.
2. Press LOCK button on your Mvix Remote
3. Enter the Admin Password
4. Set Folder Password
To remove/undo Folder Password:
1. Navigate to the folder and press LOCK.
2. Enter the Admin Password
3. Remove Folder Password
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To access a password-protected folder:
1. Using the arrow-buttons on the Mvix Remote, navigate to the
folder and press ENTER / SELECT.
2. An Enter-Password prompt will popup. Enter the folder
password to access the folder contents.
3.Inputting an incorrect password displays the warning as
shown.
NOTE: Folder Passwords are CASE SENSITIVE
MODIFY BACKGROUND WALLPAPER:
Background wallpaper of the setup menu and playback screens
can be changed as per user preference.
Under MISC setup, navigate and choose “Select Background”.
A Select Background file popup allows browsing and choosing a
JPEG/JPG, BMP, PNG file. Any of these digital image files can
be applied as a wallpaper
The wallpaper files can be selected from the local Mvix-HDD,
USB-Host Storage or Network-Shared folder on the PC.
Maximum resolution of a digital image file that can be used as a
Background Wallpaper: 1920 x 1080
Browse, select and press ENTER / SELECT the image file.
The Background Wallpaper will be applied.
In order to revert to the Default Background, choose “Use Def.
Background” under MISC setup.
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CAUTION: Avoid Choosing a “bright” image as the Background
Wallpaper. Menu items may not be visible on a bright
background.
If a bright image is accidentally chosen, perform a Hardware
Reset to revert to original, Factory-Default Background.
FACTORY RESET FUNCTION:
The Factory Reset function is provided under the MISC setup
menu to revert setup settings to Factory-Default condition.
To perform Factory Reset:
1. Navigate to MISC Setup menu using the Mvix Remote, select
FACTORY RESET.
2. Enter Admin Password when prompted.
3. Select YES, Press ENTER / SELECT.
CAUTION: Factory Reset Function cannot be performed
without the correct ADMIN PASSWORD.
Remember to store the ADMIN PASSWORD, if changed.
Original, Default Admin Password: 0000
HARDWARE RESET/REBOOT PROCEDURE:
A Hardware Reboot may be required if the player fails to perform reliably. Hardware Reboot may also be needed if the Admin
Password is forgotten, lost or misplaced.
1. Power off the Mvix Player completely. Remove the power cord from the player.
2. Simultaneously press the STOP and OK buttons on the unit (not on the Remote). Wait for 10-seconds
3. Plug-In the power cable. Wait for 10 seconds.
4. Turn the unit ON.
5. The unit Reboots and returns to Factory Default condition.
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4.1 Setting Network Sharing using Windows XP on your PC
In order to connect your Mvix Player to your local area network
or to an individual PC, we need to configure the Internet
Protocol on your PC:
ඞ On your Win-XP PC, Click START.
ඞ Right-click on MY NETWORK PLACES, and
ඞ Select PROPERTIES
Alternatively, if the “MY NETWORK PLACES” icon is visible on
your Desktop, simply right click on the Icon and Select
Properties.
Navigate to Local Area Connection. Right click on it and
left click Properties.
The Local Area Connection Properties window is displayed.
Right click the Connection and hit 'Properties'. The window on
the right opens up.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click INSTALL.
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Click / Select PROTOCOL and Select ADD
Select Network Protocol Window opens up as shown here.
Click the NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport
Protocol and click OK.
Two NWLink items are added to the connection's Properties
As shown, two NWLink items are added to the connection's
Properties.
Verify that the NWlink protocol has been installed and click
CLOSE.
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Setting Up Folder / Drive Sharing on Win-XP PC:
ඞ Right-click the folder or drive that you want to share, and
then click SHARING AND SECURITY.
Tip: If you want to share your entire My Documents folder,
open My Documents, and then click the UP button on
the toolbar. You can then select the My Documents
folder.
Under Network Sharing and Security Section:
If you see a message that reads, As a security measure,
Windows has disabled remote access to this computer.
Click the Network Setup Wizard link and follow the
instructions
If you are sharing a Drive, under the the Sharing tab, click:
If you understand the risk but still want to share the root of
the drive, click here.
Click on the warning message link to expose the sharing
options. Assuming you already have your internet connection
configured and firewall settings in place, you can choose the
Just Enable File Sharing option (unless you already enabled
file sharing previously) When you finish, your computer should
be prepared to share files on the network.
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Under the Sharing tab, as shown in the picture, you can do
one of the following:
ඞ Share this folder on the network - This allows you to share
the contents of the drive or folder available to other users
on the network. Choose a Sharing name that you will like
to see on your TV Display.
ඞ Allow network users to change my files
- This allows network users to change files over the network.
Click on APPLY and then select OK
A hand will appear under the folder icon, indicating that the
folder is shared.
In Windows XP Pro, you may also need to define the users
who can have access to these shared folders and files.
In order to use folder sharing with Mvix, it is recommended
to provide guest access to the shared folders.
ඞ Right Click on MY COMPUTER and Select MANAGE.
ඞ Click on the ‘+’ next to LOCAL USERS AND GROUPS.
Select USERS.
ඞ Note the Red ‘X’ sign next to GUEST.
ඞ Double click on the GUEST account and Click ENABLE.
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Disabling Windows Firewall:
Network Sharing makes it possible for home and small office
users to share the Local Area Network (LAN). In order to
prevent unsolicited network traffic on this LAN, Windows XP
protects the connections via the Internet Connection Firewall
(ICF). ICF is automatically turned on in Win-XP (SP2). If the
ICF is turned on on your PC, your Mvix player may not be
able to access files residing on your PC. Follow this
procedure to disable it:
ඞ Click the START menu button, and click CONTROL PANEL.
ඞ In the CONTROL PANEL, click SECURITY CENTER.
ඞ In the Windows Security Center window, click Windows
Firewall.
ඞ In the Windows Firewall window, select OFF to disable
the Windows Firewall and click OK.
ඞ Close the remaining Windows Security Center window
and the Control Panel.
Remember: Turning OFF Windows Firewall is not
recommended by Microsoft. Disable the Windows Firewall
at your own Risk.
Troubleshooting:
In certain Win-XP setups/installations, the Network Sharing procedure may not work correctly. According to Microsoft, to run
Network sharing (share files, etc.) you only need one NetBIOS protocol. The NetBIOS protocols are: NetBEUI, IPX/SPX, and
TCP/IP. If you have already installed IPX/SPX (previous pages), you should be fine. However, sometimes it may not work and
may require installation of the NETBEUI protocol. The files necessary for installing the NetBEUI protocol on Windows XP are
Netnbf.inf and Nbf.sys. Windows XP Pro does not come with the NetBEUI protocol installed. These files are available on your
Windows XP CD-ROM.
NetBEUI stands for NetBIOS Enhanced User Interface. NetBEUI (NBF) is a non-routable protocol suitable for small networks.
It is a simple protocol that is based on local computer names (no IP addresses like TCP/IP). NetBEUI has less overhead, so it is
very efficient in small networks (less then 10 computers), and it is actually faster then TCP/IP.
NOTE: Support for this protocol in Microsoft Windows has been discontinued.
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Installing NETBEUI Protocol
As in the previous Protocol installation procedure, open the
NETWORK COMPONENT TYPE window.
(START -> Right Click on MY NETWORK PLACES, Select
PROPERTIES. In LOCAL AREA CONNECTIONS window,
Select INTERNET PROTOCOL (TCP/IP) and click INSTALL).
ඞ Select Protocol and Click ADD.
Select HAVE DISK - > Click BROWSE (note: NetBEUI is not
on the list...yet)
Insert the Win-XP Professional CD into the CDROM –
Browse to
CD drive :\VALUEADD\MSFT\NET\NETBEUI, select
NETNBF.inf,
Click on the file and click Install.
Restart your computer if you receive a prompt to complete
the installation.
Note: In case of Windows XP Pro, you may need
Administrator Access to install this protocol.
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4.2 Wired (via 10/100 LAN, RJ45 port) Network Connections
For Sharing and Accessing media files / folders and drives residing on your PC
NOTE: If using Win-XP, turn-off your Firewall Setting before
initiating this setup.
Use LAN (Ethernet, RJ-45) cables to connect to your network
Switch / Hub / Router to share the media files residing within
folders or drives on your (wired-networked) PC.
Use the left -arrow button on the Mvix Remote to navigate
back to the left-side column.
From the left-side navigation column, use the arrow keys and
select “NETWORK” Setup. Press ENTER / SELECT on the Mvix
Remote.
ඞ Under ENABLE options- If using Wired setup, choose and
apply “Wired”.
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If the network is setup correctly, the word “Success” appears in
front of “Wire Apply”
ADDRESS SETUP:
Default Setup: Auto Assign IP from DHCP server.
Manual Setup: Manually enter the IP address to be assigned
to the Mvix Player.
Choice of “wired” or ”Wireless” also displays the respective
MAC Address of the Mvix unit.
ඞ w™ŒššGSETUP button on the Remote to apply your preferred
settings
Once the settings are applied, you can view the shared Folders
and Drives on your Display Screen (e.g. TV)
Wired networks are the best way to connect your PC / Network
to the Mvix player. While wireless networks offer flexibility, wired
networks offer unbeatable performance, reliability, and security.
Specially when streaming high definition video files from your
PC or network-connected shared drive, it is highly advisable to
use Wired networks. Wireless networks do not have enough
bandwidth to stream high resolution video files.
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4.3 Wireless Network
Mvix player is equipped to be connected to your Wireless
Network and is capable of streaming media files directly from
your PC.
Upon completing the setup as described below, the Mvix
player will acquire the IP address automatically from your
router.
NOTE: Try to use Wireless setup in an environment with
minimal interference. Avoid Wireless setup if streaming hi-def
video files.
Under SETUP menu, select “NETWORK”. Use the arrow key
s and select ENABLE. Navigate and ENTER / SELECT the
“Wireless” Network option.
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network router or Auto is default.
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WEP KEY: If using WEP-Encryption on router, manually input
WEP key here. (refer: next page)
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ENTERING SSID:
Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to ESSID and press
ENTER/SELECT.
ඞ A Key-Panel Window pops up on the TV Screen. On the
Key
ඞ Panel Window, navigate and SELECT each alphanumeric
character to manually enter the SSID.
ඞ Once done, navigate to OK and press ENTER / SELECT.
SETTING ENCRYPTION OPTIONS:
Encryption (WEP):
ඞ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to Encryption (WEP)
and press ENTER/SELECT.
ඞ Select, choose and apply the encryption (WEP) settings used
by the network. If you choose WEP option, ensure that the WEP
key (to be entered in the next option) correctly matches the
WEP-key set on the network router.
ENTERING WEP KEY:
ඞ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to WEP and press ENTER/SELECT.
ඞ A Key-Panel Window pops up on the TV Screen. On the Key Panel
Window, navigate and SELECT each alphanumeric character to
manually enter the WEP accurately. Be cautious of upper case versus
lower case letters.
ඞ Once done, navigate to OK and press ENTER / SELECT.
Select “Apply” to apply wireless network settings and press SETUP
button on the Remote to apply your changed settings.
NOTE: Under Wireless Network connection, media streaming may experience lag or jitters for some HD video files. Such problems are
caused primarily due to insufficient bandwidth available via common home-based wireless routers. Wired 10/100 LAN connections are
recommended for streaming of HD-video.
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5.1 Video Playback
When the Mvix player boots up, a list of all recently-played
video files is displayed on the main panel.
The displayed list (icons) consists of the last SIX recently-played
video files.
Using the Remote, navigate to one of these files and press
ENTER / SELECT. Playback will resume from the last
PAUSED / STOPPED position of that file.
Mvix provides playback of video files residing on your PC
(via network streaming), external storage device (via USB-Host)
or local IDE-HDD (installed inside the Mvix player)
If you select MOVIE from the left-side navigation column, a list of all
available video files is displayed.
If the device or folder does not appear or cannot be located, navigate
to the left menu (see screen), select REFRESH and press
ENTER / SELECT.
If you want to navigate to the previous screen, folder or device,
press the RETURN button on the Remote Control.
Once the video files are visible on the display screen (e.g. TV),
navigate (using the Remote) to the desired file and press wsh€G
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(Some AVI files may not be playable due to incompatible codec.
Please check the codec of your video file to verify that it is
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During Video playback, Press VOLUME button on the Remote to display the video settings float box. Use UP/DOWN arrow keys to
select Volume, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Subtitle settings options, ENTER / SELECT to change settings.
Changing Volume
Modifying Brightness Settings
Modifying Display Contrast
Changing Saturation Settings
MVIX REMOTE TIPS:
ඞ Press the INFO button to display video file info such as Video/Audio
Format, File Size, Subtitle, Time etc.
ඞ Press the GOTO button and enter the time to jump to a desired
time-stamp of the video file.
ඞ During Video playback, press the A-B button to mark a start-point (A)
and end-point (B). This function assigns a loop/repeat video segment.
Video between these two points will play indefinitely. Press the A-B
button to release.
ඞ While the list of video files is displayed on the main panel, use the
LEFT or RIGHT arrow key or the FF / FR buttons on the Remote to
search for a video file by name (max 32 characters).
Synchronizing Subtitle Playback
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Changing Subtitle Display Position
Choosing Subtitle Language
Choosing Subtitle File
INFO BUTTON: Display Basic File Information
GOTO BUTTON: Jump to desired time stamp.
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5.2 Audio Playback
Mvix provides playback of audio files residing on your PC
(via network streaming), external storage device
(via USB-Host) or local IDE-HDD (installed inside the Mvix
player) A list of available devices is as depicted in this image.
If the device or folder does not appear or cannot be located,
navigate to the left menu (see screen), select REFRESH and
press ENTER / SELECT.
If you want to navigate to the previous screen, folder or device,
press RETURN on the Mvix Remote Control.
If you press the AUDIO button on the Mvix remote, a list of all available
audio files will be displayed.
Once the audio files are visible on the display screen (e.g. TV), navigate
(using the Remote) to the desired file and press PLAY
(Sequential playback) or ENTER/SELECT (play selected file only). For
example if you have 10 files in a folder, navigate to the first file and
press PLAY. All files from File1 through File10 are played sequentially. If
you navigate to File4 and press PLAY, then all files from File4 through
File10 are played sequentially.
However, if you navigate to FILE4 and press ENTER/SELECT, then only
FILE4 is played. Playback stops after FILE4 playback is completed.
You can sort (ascend/descend) your audio files by NAME and TIME.
(Some audio files may not be playable due to incompatible codec.
Please check the codec of your audio file to verify that it is compatible
with the Mvix player)
Using the Music JUKEBOX Function:
JUKEBOX function provides an excellent mechanism of playing
and managing audio files.
In order to utilize the JUKEBOX function, first you have to
select files to include in JUKEBOX list.
Suppose you have 10 audio files in a folder, navigate to the
First file and press ENTER. Within few seconds, use the arrow
buttons on Mvix Remote to scroll to FILE2 and press ENTER,
move to FILE3 and press ENTER… and so on.
All the files that are selected in this fashion are automatically
included in JUKEBOX list.
To playback JUKEBOX files, simply, use the PREV / NEXT
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Use the RND / SEQ button on the Mvix Remote Control to
toggle between Random vs Sequential playback of Audio files
in JUKEBOX list. This feature can also be used for IMAGE
playback.
Use the REPEAT button on the Mvix Remote Control to play
an audio (music) file repeatedly. Toggle the button to remove
repetition. This is a easy way to play a audio/image file in LOOP.
To adjust volume, click the VOLUME button on the Mvix
Remote Control. A vertical slider is displayed. Use + / - to
change volume. The vertical slider fades away after 3 seconds
of inactivity.
Also note the JUKEBOX function of file list display.
Filename1.mp3 (X/Y)
X – File number in the Jukebox List
Y – Total number of audio/image files in selected in Jukebox
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5.3 Image Playback
Mvix provides playback of digital image files residing on your
PC (via network streaming), external storage device
(via USB-Host) or local IDE-HDD (installed inside the Mvix player)
A list of available devices is as depicted in this image.
If the device or folder does not appear or cannot be located,
navigate to the left menu (see screen), select REFRESH and
press ENTER / SELECT.
If you want to navigate to the previous screen, folder or device,
press the RETURN button on the Mvix Remote Control.
Once the digital image files are visible on the display screen
(e.g. TV), navigate (using the Remote) to the desired file and
press PLAY (continuous-sequential playback) or ENTER / SELECT
(selected file playback only).
You can sort (ascend/descend) your digital image files by NAME
and TIME.
(Some image files may not be playable due to incompatible codec.
Please check the codec of your digital image file to verify that it is
compatible with the Mvix player)
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5.4 Mixed-Media Playback
When the Mvix player boots up, a list of all recently-played media
files is displayed on the main panel.
In case of video files, you can resume playback (from the point
it was last stopped).
The list contains six files of each media type: video, audio and
image i.e. a total of 18 files.
Select MIXED media list from the left navigation column.
The main panel will display the entire media collection available
on your HDD (or Network-Shared folder or USB-host).
You can sort (ascend/descend) your media files by NAME and TIME.
Navigate to the desired file on the main panel, select the file and
press PLAY. (Some media files may not be playable due to
incompatible codec.
Please check the codec of your media file to verify
that it is compatible with the Mvix player)
MIXED media mode: It is a convenient and efficient to move between folders and select and play the desired media files.
REMEMBER:
Use PLAY button on Mvix remote to play all files in a folder continuously and sequentially.
Use ENTER button on Mvix remote to play the individually-selected file only.
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5.5 Using MY LIST for Media Playback
The MY LIST feature allows creation of a list of your favorite files
and folders. This feature enables you to bookmark and keep a
list of commonly-used media files separately for easy and quick
access and playback.
Select the file(s) and/or folder(s) that you will like to include in MY
LIST and press the ADD button on the Mvix Remote. The file / folder
will be added to MY LIST.
The ADD icon will be visible on the main panel to confirm addition of an
item to MY LIST.
Use the navigation buttons on the Mvix Remote to move to
MY LIST tab. A list of all files and folders included in MY LIST is
displayed.
To remove / delete any file / folder from MY LIST, navigate and
select the desired file / folder and press the DELETE button on
the Mvix Remote Control.
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6.1 … play music files randomly or in Shuffle Mode?
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to the folder containing music files.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate, and Press ENTER button to select and add all audio files that you intend
to randomize. these files will be in a JUKEBOX list. (Refer Page 36 – AUDIO PLAYBACK).
˧ Press JUKE BOX button on the Mvix Remote, and then Press RND/SEQ button.
˧ All selected files will play in Shuffle mode. Press RND/SEQ button again to play files sequentially.
6.2 … create a playlist or MY LIST?
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to the folder containing files that you will like to add in the playlist.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate, select media files one at a time. Press ADD button on your remote to add these
files to MY LIST and create a Playlist.
˧ Use DEL button on Mvix Remote to remove the selected file from MY LIST.
˧ All Playlists are automatically stored until removed. NOTE: Playlists can be saved even when the unit is powered off.
6.3 … play a video in a loop or continuous repeat?
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to the folder containing files that you will like to play in LOOP.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate, select the video file(s) for intended for continuous repeat.
Press ADD button on your remote to add these files to MY LIST and create a Playlist.
˧ Using Mvix Remote, press REPEAT button to play the MY LIST file(s) in LOOP or in continuous repeat playback.
˧ All Playlists are automatically stored until removed. Playlists can be saved even when the unit
6.4 … play music while watching photo slideshow?
˧ Press MEDIA button on the Mvix Remote to choose MIXED Media Mode. (You may have to press this button 2-3
times to toggle to MIXED Media Mode)
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate to the folder containing audio files that you will like to use for background music.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, Press JUKEBOX button, select and start audio playback.
˧ Press JUKEBOX button again to come out of JUKEBOX mode.
˧ Using Mvix Remote, navigate to the folder location containing your digital photos.
˧ Start Digital Photo slideshow by pressing PLAY button on the Mvix Remote.
(Remember DO NOT initiate slideshow playback using the ENTER button. ENTER button playbacks only ONE
media file at a time)
6.5 … change the subtitle language?
˧ Start Video file playback. Ensure that the subtitle files are located in the same folder as the Video file.
˧ During Video File playback, press FUNC button on the Mvix Remote. The Display Control Options are presented
on the screen.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, navigate and select the option for Subtitle Language. Choose and Select the desired Language.
6.6 … backup and play a DVD?
˧ A movie DVD consists of a bunch of VOB and IFO files. These files can be transferred to the Mvix Player via the
USB2.0 or USB-Host Port. The files can be transferred from a PC, an external storage device, a USB flash drive or
even an external DVD-ROM.
˧ The network streaming function can be used to stream DVD files from the PC-DVDROM to the Mvix player.
˧ In Order to extract and transfer the VOB and IFO files, the DVD should be decrypted.
Decrypting DVDs is beyond the scope of this manual. Note: Decrypting Copyrighted DVDs can be illegal.
˧ Simply drag and drop all VOB and IFO files from the DVD to the Mvix-HDD. Using folders and subfolders is a good
house-keeping practice when backing up a number of DVDs.
˧ Using the Mvix Remote, select the folder containing the VOB and IFO files. Press PLAY on the Mvix Remote to play
the files like a normal DVD playback.
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Firmware version check
1) Connect your Mvix Hi-Def Multimedia Player to your TV and power-on the player.
2) Press the SETUP button on the Remote Control. Using the Mvix Remote, navigate (arrow buttons), scroll down and Select
‘MISC’. Then use the RIGHT ARROW button on the Mvix Remote to scroll down and select “SHOW FIRMWARE VER”
3) Check the latest firmware version of your Mvix Player.
** For firmware updates or news, login to your account at: http://support.mvixusa.com/
** Signup on the Mvix Newsletter (http://www.mvixusa.com/) to be automatically notified of new firmware updates
How to download Firmware Updates
1) Download the latest firmware from http://support.mvixusa.com to your PC. Unzip the file containing the firmware.
2) Connect the Mvix Player to your PC through USB connection and power-on.
3) Your system will recognize the Mvix Player as an external hard drive.
4) Transfer the Mvix Firmware Upgrade to the Mvix HDD.
** For firmware updates or news, login to your account at: http://support.mvixusa.com/
** Signup on the Mvix Newsletter (http://www.mvixusa.com/) to be automatically notified of new firmware updates
How to Upgrade Firmware:
1) Press the SETUP button on the MVIX remote. Navigated
and select MISC on the left menu column
2) Use the arrow buttons on the Mvix Remote to navigate to
FIRMWARE UPGRADE option. The player will search for
Firmware Upgrade file within Mvix-HDD, USB-Host.
3) RECOMMENDED: To ensure a smooth error-free upgrade
process, transfer the firmware upgrade file to the local
Mvix-HDD before performing the firmware upgrade
procedure.
4) Firmware upgrade over the network is possible but not
recommended. Network congestion or unreliable networks
may disrupt the upgrade process, thereby rendering the
Mvix player unusable.
!! CAUTION !!
Do NOT turn off the Mvix
Player or select any other
command during the
Firmware Upgrade
Process.
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Troubleshooting
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty. Do not open the system
as there is a risk of electric shock. If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair.
No Screen Display. Video
Output not working.
1. Press the TVOUT button on Mvix remote to toggle between TVOUT settings.
2. Check the TV-OUT settings and cable-type on the Mvix player and ensure that it is consistent
with the VIDEO-IN settings of the TV.
3. Ensure that the Video Cable is securely connected to the Mvix player and to the TV.
The Player does not
respond to the Remote
Control. Menu Items
cannot be selected.
1. Reduce the distance between the Remote and the Mvix Player and try again.
2. Replace remote batteries
3. Perform a Hardware Reset Procedure
Mvix player does not
recognize the HDD.
1. Check the IDE / USB connection to the Hard Disk Drive (HDD).
2. Check to ensure that the HDD has been correctly partitioned and formatted.
3. Try changing the jumper settings to MASTER or SINGLE. If that does not work, try SLAVE or
CABLE SELECT (CS) jumpers.
Unable to Play DivX®, or
Xvid, or MPEG, or AVI video
files etc.
(or Black Screen problem)
1. Ensure that the selected video file contains supported video codec.
2. Defragment the Mvix-HDD.
3. If playing a file from a Network-shared PC, there may be too much traffic on the network
(check for virus). Try to reboot your PC and establish connection again.
Cannot view the Network
-shared Folder on your
networked-PC.
1. Check network connection between your PC and the Mvix Player.
2. Reboot the Mvix Player and re-establish the connection.
3. Depending on network environment, there may be a delay in searching for the network. Try
REFRESH.
4. Ensure that WEP and ESSID settings are accurate.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose your Mvix Media player to rain or moisture.
For any further assistance please visit our support site at www.mvixusa.com/support or call costumer service at (866) 310 4923.
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Limited Warranty
Your Mvix Wireless Hi-Definition Multimedia Player comes with a
full 1-yr manufacturer’s warranty on parts and labor.
The Warranty coverage on this player begins the day you buy
your product. This warranty covers defects in manufacturing only,
and expressly excludes coverage for excessive wear and tear,
physical or accidental abuse, loss and theft. Kindly contact your
local distributor for the warranty and service procedures. Warranty
service is available in all countries where the product is officially
distributed. The warranty covers any service or exchange required
for a defective unit during the coverage period.
The service / exchange opportunity ends one year after the date of
purchase. The replacement product is covered only for the warranty
period of the original product. When the warranty on the original
product expires, the warranty on all replaced products also expires.
When it is necessary for you to ship the product to distributor /
service center for service / exchange, you will pay the shipping
costs for shipment to the distributor. The distributor will pay the
shipping costs when returning the product to you.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND REMEDY...
UNICORN or ITS DISTRIBUTORS ARE NOT LIABLE UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HOWSOEVER
INCURRED, EVEN IF NOTIFIED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LOCAL LAW, THE
REMEDIES PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS,AND YOU
MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM
STATE/PROVINCE TO STATE/PROVINCE.
REMEMBER...Please record below the model and serial numbers
found on the product.
MODEL #_______________________
SERIAL #_______________________
To receive warranty service, please be sure to have your proof of
purchase and a barcode from the product's packaging. Warranty
requests cannot be processed without proof of purchase.
In no event shall Unicorn’s (or its distributors’) liability exceed the
price paid for the product from direct, indirect, special, incidental,
or consequential damages resulting from the use of the product,
its software, or its documentation.
Unicorn does not offer refunds for any product. As a part of our
warranty service, we offer to repair or replace the product. We
offer cross shipments, a faster process for processing and receiving
your replacement. Unicorn and its distributor pay for ground shipping
only. Please contact Unicorn’s Distributor in your country for more
details.
Your warranty does not cover the following:
ඞ Shipping charges to return defective product.
ඞ Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment
of customer controls on the product, and installation or repair of
systems outside of the product.
ඞ Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation, connections to improper voltage supply, abuse,
neglect, misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause
not within our control.
ඞ Damage occurring to product during shipping when improperly
packaged or cost associated with packaging.
ඞ Incidental or consequential damages resulting from the product.
(Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to
you. This includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material,
whether copyrighted or not.) Unicorn Information Systems Co.
Ltd., Mvix(USA), Inc. and its other partners and distributors DO
NOT assume any responsibility in any way for how you choose to
use this product, associated firmware and this manual.
By purchasing or receiving this product, you automatically agree
to this disclaimer, and eliminate this company and any affiliates of
any responsibility in this matter.
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Copyright and Legal Attributions
All textual references, brands, logos or product names are the copyrights, trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners
/holders. Use of these trademarks on our website, products, literature, communications, manuals, advertising material, press releases, etc.
do not represent endorsements by the respective companies for Mvix(USA), Inc.'s products, services or brand, but merely reflect their
possible compatibility with our products.
ඞ DivX® is a registered trademark of DivX Networks Inc. DivX is a digital video compression format based on the MPEG-4 technology.
ඞ DivX files can be downloaded over high-speed lines in a relatively short time without sacrificing the quality of the digital video
ඞ Dolby, AC3 are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corp.
ඞ DTS is a registered trademark of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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ඞ Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both.
ඞ UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.
ඞ XVID is a trademark of XVID Project
REFERENCES TO CORPORATIONS, THEIR SERVICES, PRODUCTS and BRANDS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. IN NO EVENT SHALL MVIX(USA), INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THOSE
RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGE, AND ON
ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS INFORMATION.
MVIX Multimedia Players are not officially licensed or certified by DivX® Networks.
Any MvixUSA, Inc. publication may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. The information presented here is intended for
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Federal law provides severe civil and criminal penalties for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution, rental or digital transmission
of copyrighted video and audio files. (Title 17, United States Code, Sections 501 and 506). Mvix players are designed to assist you
in backing up, storing and reproducing material which you own the copyright for or for which you have obtained permission
from the copyright owner. UNLESS YOU OWN THE COPYRIGHT OR HOLD PERMISSION TO COPY FROM THE COPYRIGHT
OWNER, YOU MAY BE VIOLATING COPYRIGHT LAW AND BE SUBJECT TO PAYMENT OF DAMAGES AND OTHER
REMEDIES.
IF YOU ARE UNCERTAIN ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS, YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR LEGAL ADVISOR. YOU ASSUME FULL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE LEGAL AND RESPONSIBLE USE OF THE MVIX MULTIMEDIA PLAYER. Use of Mvix Players, its
accessories and software/firmware for illegal purposes is strictly prohibited.
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Contact Information
Corporate Headquarters:
Unicorn Information Systems Co. Ltd.
Unbo B/D 226-16, Sukchon-Dong,
Songpa-Gu, Seoul, Korea
www.mvix.co.kr
www.eunicorn.co.kr
Tel. 82 2 420 2713
Fax. 82 2 420 2723
sales@eunicorn.co.kr
USA: Marketed and Distributed by:
Mvix(USA), Inc.
www.mvixusa.com
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Glossary
Aspect Ratio
Used to describe the distribution of pixels in a digital
image. Increasing the aspect ratio of an image lowers
the efficiency of the use of the pixels. The resulting
image will have less detail than an image with the
same amount of pixels, but with a lower aspect ratio.
MP3
Also known as MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3. A popular digital
audio format that was designed to reduce the amount of
data required to represent audio, without compromising
the audio quality.
Audio Video
Interleave (AVI)
Developed by Microsoft, a multimedia container format
which contains both audio as well as video data allowing
Simultaneous playback.
MPEG
The Moving Picture Experts Group is a working group that
is responsible for the development of video and encoding
standards.
Bandwidth
The range of signal frequencies that a piece of audio or
video equipment can encode or decode; the difference
between the limiting frequencies of a continuous
frequency band. Video uses higher frequency that audio,
thus requires a wider bandwidth
NTSC
Adopted by the National Television Systems Committee,
the analog television system that is currently in use in
Canada, Japan, South Korea, the United States and some
other countries, mostly in the Americas.
Composite
Video
A picture signal combined with synchronization and
(possibly) color information. It is a composite of three
source signals called Y, U and V (together referred to as
YUV).
OGG Vorbis
An audio compression format that is absolutely free, open
and unpatented
DivX®
Created by DivX Inc., a video codec that is able to
compress large video segments into smaller sizes while
maintaining a high visual quality.
Phase
Alternation Line
(PAL)
The analog (a 625-line / 50 Hz) television system that is
currently in use in Europe and several countries in Asia.
Dolby Digital
or AC3
Audio compression technology developed by Dolby
laboratories. The technology contains up to 6 channels
of sound, five channels for normal range speakers,
which include Right front, Center, Left Front, Right
Rear and Left Rear, as well as one channel for the
subwoofer. Mono and Stereo usages are also supported
by this format.
Progressive
Scan
A method for displaying, storing or transmitting moving
images in which the lines of each frame are drawn in
sequence. It subjectively increases vertical resolution and
reduces flickering.
S-Video
Digital Rights
Management
(DRM)
Technology used by publishers to control access to and
usage of hardware and digital data, such as software,
music and movies.
Separate video is an analog video signal that carries the
video data as two separate signals. S-Video works in
480i or 576i resolution.
Digital Theater
Systems (DTS)
A multi-channel digital surround sound form at that is
used for theatrical as well as consumer grade
applications.
DVD-Video
Object (VOB)
A file format that contain DVD-Video media. It includes
the video, audio, subtitle and the menu contents in a
streaming format.
VBR
Downmixing
Downmixing allows playback device' to deliver a 5.1
channel signal to a mono signal. This allows the
traditional 2-CH television to use a 5.1CH audio signal.
Variable Bit Rate means that a bit stream has a
changing number of bits per second. Simple scenes can
be assigned a low bit rate, with complex scenes using a
higher bit rate. This enables maintaining the consistency
across audio and video quality with optimal file size.
Hi-Definition
(HDTV)
Broadcasting of television signals with a significantly
higher resolution than traditional formats, such as PAL or
NTSC, would allow.
Windows Media
Audio (WMA)
A Microsoft product that is a compressed audio format
developed to compete with the MP3 audio format.
MVIX(USA), Inc. MAKES THIS DOCUMENT AVAILABLE ON AN "AS IS" BASIS AND MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
AS TO THE ACCURACY, CAPABILITY, EFFICIENCY, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FUNCTIONING OF THIS DOCUMENT. IN NO EVENT
WILL MVIX(USA), Inc. BE LIABLE FOR ANY GENERAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY, OR SPECIAL
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ᱽ⣩᫙⩶ ၰ ᔍ᧲
ᱽ⣩ᔍ᧲
Product Name
Mvix MX-760HD Wireless Hi-Definition Media Player
Processor
SEM8621L (By Sigma Designs)
Memory
64MB (RAM), 8MB (Flash)
Operating System
ucLinux
Supported Files &
Formats
Video Output
Video
DivX® (3/4/5), AVI, Xvid, MPEG, MPG, VCD(DAT), DVD(VOB, IFO), WMV(WMV-9),
ASF(WMV-9), TP, TS, TRP
Audio
MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, PCM, AC3, DTS decoding including down-mixing, DTS pass through
Image
BMP, JPEG/JPG, PNG
Composite, S-Video, Component, and DVI.
Analog
Stereo RCA, 5.1 channel RCA
Digital
Coaxial, Optical
Audio Output
TV System
NTSC, PAL, or AUTO
HD COMPONENT Y, Pb, Pr (480p, 720p,1080) / HD DVI (480, 720,1080i, 1080p)
Hi-Def Decoding
WMV, ASF, AVI and MP4 formats
MPEG-2 MPat HL(720P/1,080I)MPEG-4 ASPat L5 (720p) and WMV9 MPat ML (720p)
Audio Decoding
MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 Layers I, II and III (MP3), MPEG-2 BC multi-channel layers I, II and III, MPEG-2 and
MPEG-4 AAC-LC,WMA9 and WMA9 Pro decoding
Wire
Ethernet (10/100) LAN via RJ-45 Port
Wireless
Wireless LAN : 802.11b/g or Pre-N MIMO(option)
Networking
Network Security
Wireless: WEP, and MAC-address Filtering
Network Protocol
Wireless : IEEE802.11b/g, 5dBi antenna (SMA type)
Wire : 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet (RJ45)
TCP/IP (DHCP client mode, Manual IP mode)
Hard-Disk Type
3.5” Internal IDE(PATA)
USB Interface
USB2.0 host, USB2.0 Slave
Power
AC-DC Adapter 12V, 2.5A
Dimension
187mm(W) X 193mm(H) X 58mm(D) or 7.4”(W) x 7.6”(H) x 2.3”(D)
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MX-760HD
⫠⯜䂌
䆠⣌☘
5dBi 㙼䊀⇌
A/V 䀴㢨⽈
Power 㛨⒵䉤
Power 䀴㢨⽈
USB 䀴㢨⽈
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㉘㾌 ☐⢰㢨⽀ CD
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渂汞 ͒
穞姢娚枪畲庂 懾 洢禎櫖 沫焯穦 柢櫖垚 穞姢娚枪畲汞 洖碂 晑砋汊 ‫΄ג‬ΚΟΘΝΖ͑;ΒΤΥΖΣ͑嬖垚 ;ΒΤΥΖΣ‫ד‬嵢 昪洛穢 篊 懾 洢禎刂 沫焯穞柢匶
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͞ʹΠΞΡΠΤΚΥΖ͑͝ʹΠΞΡΠΟΖΟΥ͑͝΄͞·ΚΕΖΠ͑͝͵·ͺ歆 償汆 捊娚欪 犢崫 埮沖庂 ΅·姷汞 ͵ΚΤΡΝΒΪ沫獞櫖 櫶冶穯城埪͟
͞΄ΥΖΣΖΠ͑΃ʹͲ͑͝΀ΡΥΚΔΒΝ͑͝ʹΠΒΩΚΒΝ姷汊 決殯穞櫲 欪娚欪 沫獞喞 ΅·姷汞 欪娚欪 犢崫 埮沖櫖 櫶冶穯城埪͑͟
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΅·͑埮沖
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櫶冶
Ί͠΁Γ͠΁Σ
·ΚΕΖΠ
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击氦匶姷汞 斲殯筞凃櫖昢 ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ庂 斲殯穞垚 ΁ʹ櫖昢 惾娚檺砒沂決 姪檺沎垚 磺塚喞 姢岂決挒庂 击氦穯城埪͑͟決婒͑͝Ή΁汞 凃殶
懺橎 昪洛汊 空洢穯城埪͑͟
ఐ 嵢珲櫖 櫶冶夢 儇儇汞 ΁ʹ汞 昪洛汆 ‫ג‬嘪瞾毒畲 击氦‫ד‬庂 焾浶穞柳柢欪͟
͚͑͢氦昦嘪瞾毒畲
ͫ͑岢 理決挚汊 決殯穞櫲 击氦匶喞 竎挒姷櫖 櫶冶穞櫲 氦昦 嘪瞾毒畲嵢 櫶冶夢 ΁ʹ姪決 击氦穢 磺塚͠姢岂決挒 橎汞 惾娚檺 砒沂汊 滇洗
沲旣穯城埪͑͑͟
͚͑͢涒猧汞 嘪瞾毒畲 彚坺庂 昦痣穞処͑͝Ό斲殯Ύ汊 昦痣穢 篊͑͝Ό氦昦Ύ求嵢 昦痣穯城埪͑͟匶懾汆 Ό氦昦Ύ沋城埪͟
͚ͣ͑沖壟 渂暒 愡匶 穳徯汊 ‫ג‬沖壟‫ד‬求嵢 昦痣穯城埪͑͟決婒 穞埮汞 ͺ΁渂暒͑͝嘽廎枪畲͑͝冒決瞾毮決垚 捊筢昷筚 夯城埪͑͟廒沂͑͝朞壟求嵢
ͺ΁庂 滆洛穞崪彺͑͝‫ג‬滇洗沋崫‫ד‬汊 昦痣穢 篊 ͺ΁渂暒͑͝嘽廎枪畲͑͝冒決瞾毮決庂 洛筛穞冒 沋崫穯城埪͟
͚ͤ͑Ό氦昦洇殯Ύ汊 昦痣穞彺͑͝昪洛喺殯決 洆沫夯城埪͑͟櫶冶決 夞彺 ‫ג‬櫶冶昷击‫ד‬決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
廒沂 ‫ג‬櫶冶柪砮‫ד‬儆 喞痆喞彺͑͝Ό氦昦洇殯Ύ汊 埪柢 昦痣穯城埪͟
͚ͥ͑昪洛決 歊巒夞彺͑͝庲微瑞汞 ‫ג‬ΤΖΥΦΡ‫ד‬汊 圊幺彺͑͝筞凃昪洛 碞決滆儆 埱粟城埪͟
ఐ 焾処͑͟;Ͳʹ渂暒垚 氦昦汊 昦痣穞彺 懾熺汞 氦昦 ;Ͳʹ決 祢柢夞彶͑͝怺昦汊 昦痣穞彺 懾熺汞 怺昦 ;Ͳʹ決 祢柢夯城埪͟
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΁ʹ櫖昢 击氦 昪洛決 歊巒夞櫎埪彺͑͝΅·庂 皻空 嘪瞾毒畲汞 击氦夢 磺塚喞 姢岂決挒儆 筛汾 夯城埪
廒沂 庲枪瞾儆 喞痆喞滆 橐垚埪彺 涒猧彚坺汞 Ό旎嵢処獮Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͟
͚ͣ͑怺昦嘪瞾毒畲
氦怺昦 击氦匶 嬖垚 Ͳ΁汞 ΄΄ͺ͵庂 沋崫穞処͑͝ΈͶ΁懺橎決 昪洛夞檺 沎埪彺͑͝洛筛穞冒 ΈͶ΁疪庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟怺昦求嵢 櫶冶夢 ΁ʹ姪決
击氦穢 磺塚͠姢岂決挒 橎汞 惾娚檺 砒沂汊 愚嵢 沲旣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
ఐ 怺昦 嘪瞾毒畲嵢 割昷穢 旇痢櫖昢垚 筞凃͙渂砒朞 儊昳姷͚櫖 娶岂昢 沲旣決 毖筢穞冒 橎夦 朞壊 沎枻城埪͑͟
儆匏洇͑͝渂砒朞 儊昳決 橎沂檺 喞壊嵣 击氦匶汞 煊嘖汊 懆凃穞彺昢 斲殯穞壊嵣 穯城埪͑͑͟
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͚͑͢‫ג‬嘪瞾毒畲‫ד‬昪洛櫖昢 Ό斲殯Ύ汊 昦痣穞櫲 庲微瑞汞 ΖΟΥΖΣ庂 決殯穞櫲 Ό怺昦Ύ汊 昦痣穯城埪͟
͚ͣ͑͑穞埮汞 Ό怺昦 洇殯Ύ汊 昦痣穞櫲 庲微瑞汞 ΖΟΥΖΣ庂 圊幺彺͑͝涒猧彚坺汞 ‫ג‬怺昦嘪瞾毓‫ ד‬筚彺求嵢 洊筞決 夯城埪͟
͚ͤ͑Ͷ΄΄ͺ͵庂 昦痣穢 篊 ͑͝Ͷ΄΄ͺ͵沋崫煃決 喞痆喞彺 櫶冶 穞処沖 穞垚 氦怺昦 击氦匶 嬖垚 Ͳ΁汞 ΄΄ͺ͵庂 沋崫穯城埪͟
͚ͥ͑煊嘖汆 匶懾 Ό沖壟Ύ求嵢 昪洛穯城埪͑͟廒沂͑͝毖筢穢 櫶冶決 橎夦 凃殶 氦怺昦 击氦匶 嬖垚 Ͳ΁͑煊嘖汊 懆凃穢 篊 斲殯穯城埪͟
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͚ͦ͑氦怺昦 击氦匶喞 Ͳ΁櫖 ‫ג‬橚笾筚 愯柣͙ΈͶ΁͚‫ד‬儆 昪洛夞檺 沎埪彺͑͝昦痣汊 穞櫲 ‫ג‬ΈͶ΁‫ד‬庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟‫ג‬ΈͶ΁‫ד‬昪洛汊 斲殯穞滆
橐垚埪彺͑͝橊岞͚ͩ憎求嵢 愚嵢 儗城埪͑͟匶懾汆 ‫ג‬斲殯橎穮‫ד‬求嵢 夞檺 沎枻城埪͟
͚ͧ͑ΈͶ΁微姢庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟匶懾決 Ό沖壟Ύ決匶 婒怾櫖 懆凃穞滆 橐橊壊 夞滆廒 沂抆 怺昦嘪瞾毒畲筞凃櫖昢 毖筢穞滆 忁穦 凃殶
空埿 嘪瞾毒畲櫖昢 斲殯夞垚 ΀ΡΖΟ͑決喞 ΄ΙΒΣΖΕ微姢庂 昦痣穯城埪͟
͚ͨ͑ΈͶ΁疪庂 昦痣穞櫲͑͝氦怺昦 击氦匶喞 Ͳ΁櫖 昪洛夢 ΈͶ΁疪歆 壟沂穞冒 沋崫穯城埪͑͟ΈͶ΁疪汞 沖庲朞歆 堆暒怾沖庂 割把穞櫲
洛筛穞冒 沋崫穯城埪͟
͚ͩ͑Ό洇殯Ύ汊 昦痣穞彺͑͝昪洛夢 儘姪決 洆沫夯城埪͑͟勾庲処 櫶冶決 昷击夞彺 ‫ג‬櫶冶昷击‫ ד‬決岂 祢柢儆 夯城埪͑͟廒沂 ‫ג‬櫶冶柪砮‫ד‬儆
夞彺 埪柢 Ό洇殯Ύ汊 昦痣穯城埪͟
͚ͪ͑昪洛決 歊巒夞彺͑͝庲微瑞汞 ‫ג‬ΤΖΥΦΡ‫ד‬憊矂汊 園峲 筞凃 昪洛 煃汊 埱枻城埪͟
Ά΄ͳ櫶冶
͚͑͢΁ʹ歆 洢禎 櫶冶
Ά΄ͳ͑Ͳ͑ΥΠ͑ͳ理決挚汊 決殯穞櫲 ΁ʹ汞 Ά΄ͳ磲瞾櫖 櫶冶穞櫲 砒沂 懻斲喞 斳洢姷汊 穦 朞
沎枻城埪͑͑͟΁ʹ櫖昢 洢其穦 婒垚 吳 橎洊穞冒 沫獞洢其 匶垫汊 決殯穞櫲 斲殯穞壊嵣
穯城埪͑͟
͚ͣ͑Ά΄ͳ͑͹ΠΤΥ͑櫶冶
洢禎汞 洊毖汊 啎 旇痆橦昢 Ά΄ͳ͑洆沫 沫獞喞 Ά΄ͳ͑歾沫笛 ͵·͵姷汊 櫶冶穢篊͑͝洢禎汞 洊毖汊 琢処 斲殯穯城埪͑͟
洢其穦 婒壊 洢禎汞 洊毖汊 啊処 喢篊͑͝洢其庂 穞壊嵣 穯城埪͙͑ͣͦ͟͟‫ ד‬歾沫笛 穞姢娚枪畲 理決枪汞 凃殶 怺洊毖求嵢 壟沗決 橎夦 朞壊
沎枻城埪͑͟決婒垚 懺浶 洊毖汊 櫶冶穞櫲 斲殯穞壊嵣 穯城埪͚͟
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΁ΠΨΖΣ
洊毖 ΠΟ͠ΠΗΗ
΄ΖΥΦΡ
昪洛筚彺儆匶͑͝昪洛洆沫
΅·΀Ά΅
΅·͑犢崫愯柣 昦痣
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朱沖疪
朱沖沋崫
΃ΖΗΣΖΤΙ
击氦磺塚喺殯 儷柦
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沲旣洛懺
΃ΖΥΦΣΟ
旇氊磺塚嵢 決壟
ͻΦΜΖ͑ΓΠΩ
汒橋旇沖 愚嵢儆匶
愯窫疪
珪昢 決壟 愕 戂幮 櫋͠埪殺͑͝妪嵢儖匶͑͝橤求嵢 儖匶
ͶΟΥΖΣ
昦痣͝沲旣
ͲΕΕ
喞汞 庲枪瞾櫖 犚儆
͵ΖΝΖΥΖ
喞汞 庲枪瞾汞 昦痣夢 穳徯 斳洢
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Media Ⰲ㓺䔎 ㍶䌳 (Video / Audio / Photo / Mixed)
΄ΥΠΡ
沲旣洛滆
΁ΝΒΥ͠΁ΒΦΤΖ
沲旣͑͝沂柢洛滆
·ΠΝ
戂幮浶洎
ͷͷ͠͹ΠΞΖ
橤求嵢儖匶͠熞汒求嵢
ͷͳ͠ͶΟΕ
妪嵢据庲儖匶͠廎滆廏求嵢
΁΃Ͷ͠΁͸Ά΁
決洊筚彺͠旇氊碞決滆
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埪汒筚彺͠穞氊碞決滆
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磺塚 橚笾昪洛
΄ΦΓΥΚΥΝΖ
沖廏昪洛
͸ΠΥΠ
柢儊痖族
΋ΠΠΞ
渒
΃ΖΡΖΒΥ
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Ά΄ͳ͑ΙΠΤΥ櫖 櫶冶夢 歾沫笛 ʹ͵͠͵·͵͑΃΀;͑΀΁ͶͿ͑憊矂
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΁ʹ歆 ;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汊 Ά΄ͳ理決挚汊 皻空 櫶冶汊 穞処͑͝;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汞 洊毖汊 琳城埪͑͟
殺欇熺洢懊 砒矶晞 旣昷
͚͑͢ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͪͩ΄Ͷ͠;Ͷ͑砒矶晞 旣昷
ͪͩ΄Ͷ汞 凃殶 愞姢柢 姢岂決憊庂 彂洆 昪獞穞処 砒矶晞旣昷 愕 磲廽汊 滊窏穯城埪͟
Β͑͟Ό柢沗Ύ͞Ό柪窏Ύ汊 昦痣穞櫲 沋崫煃櫖 ‫ג‬ΔΠΞΞΒΟΕ‫ד‬庂 沋崫穞処 筛汾 憊矂汊 畺庳穞其喞 Ό柢沗Ύ͞Ό稊嵢勾岮Ύ͞Ό穢匆 ΞΤ͞ΕΠΤΎ庂
柪窏穯城埪͑͑͟;Ͷ汞 凃殶垚 Ό柢沗Ύ͞Ό稊嵢勾岮Ύ͞Ό懺浶稊嵢勾岮Ύ櫖 沎枻城埪͟
Γ͑͟壊枪煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬ͷΕΚΤΜ‫ד‬岂 沋崫汊 穞処 櫚瘶疪庂 圊庋城埪͑͟決洢 橊岞歆 償汆 ͷ͵ͺ΄ͼ͑筚彺決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬Ί‫ד‬庂 圊庋城埪͑͟
Δ͑͟穞姢娚枪畲 姢岂決挒 懆凃汊 氊空 ͦ憎汊 昦痣穯城埪͙͑͟朱沖疪 決殯͚
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Ε͑͟爎匶筚 穞崪垚 穞姢娚枪畲 穳徯汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
決 筚彺櫖昢 娚枪畲 穳徯汞 ͣ憎求嵢 喞歆 沎垚 冉決 Ά΄ͳ庂 皻空 ΁ʹ歆 櫶冶夢 ;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汞 穞姢娚枪畲決惆嵢 決庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
斲殯沖筞凃櫖 娶岂昢 櫲峲儢汞 穞姢娚枪畲庂 斲殯穢埪彺͑͝娚枪畲 憎笾儆 埪庂朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
Ζ͑͟‫͑͟͢ג‬穦欇櫳 嬖垚 嚂庲 ͵΀΄͑姢岂決挒 滆洛‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
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Η͑͟‫͑͟͢ג‬匶懾 ͵΀΄͑把穦欇櫳 滆洛‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Θ͑͟姢岂決挒 怺冶昪 円斲儆 滊窏夯城埪͖͑͟͢͡͡儆 夦婒卒滆 洊毖汊 啊其喞 埪幾 沗櫋汊 柢壊穞滆 廎柳柢欪͟
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Ι͑͟斲殯 儆垫穢 牢堆 殯峏 斲殯櫖 堆穢 怾汞櫖昢 ‫ג‬Ί‫ד‬疪庂 圊庋城埪͑͟穞姢娚枪畲汞 砒矶晞汊 把穦空昢 斲殯穦 凃殶 ‫דͿג‬汊 圊庋穯城埪͑͟
儆匏洇 ͢儢汞 砒矶晞汊 斲殯穞壊嵣 穞柳柢欪͑͟
Κ͑͟怺冶昷 円斲儆 柢沗夞処͑͝涋巒儆 夞彺 ‫ג‬Ͷ΄ʹ‫ד‬疪庂 圊幺彺 橊岞歆 償汆 筚彺決 喞欪冒 夯城埪͑͟穢憎 塚 圊幺彺 ͷ͵ͺ΄ͼ儆 涋巒夯城埪͑͟
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Λ͑͟;Ήͨͧ͞͡汊 ΁ʹ櫖昢 把庲 窎埪儆 埪柢 櫶冶汊 穯城埪͑͟勾庲処͑͝愚痛筚彺汞 Ό喺 珺秮瘶Ύ庂 柪窏穞彺 姢岂決挒儆 旣昷夢 冉決 筛汾夯城埪͑͑͟
空埿 姢岂決挒庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穞櫲 Ό磲廽Ύ汊 穯城埪͑͟
͚ͣ͑ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͣ͡͡͡͠Ή΁ͣͤ͑͠͡͡砒矶晞 旣昷
Β͑͟愚痛筚彺汞 喺珺秮瘶庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂汊 決殯穞櫲 畺庳穞櫲 ‫ג‬分庲‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穯城埪͟
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Γ͑͟涒猧汞 Ό洆沫暒Ύ͞Ό娚枪畲 分庲Ύ庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Δ͑͟娚枪畲 爎匶筚 愕 懆筞 廎憛斲儆 喞欪彺͑͝Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Ε͑͟爎匶筚穦 娚枪畲儆 昦痣夞彺͑͝Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Ζ͑͟娚枪畲 分庲 筚彺櫖昢 ‫ג‬穦埿夞滆 橐汒‫ד‬求嵢 祢柢夢 姢岂決挒庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂汊 畺庳穞櫲 ‫ג‬旎砒矶晞‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Η͑͟砒矶晞 廒姪匶 廎憛斲儆 柢沗夞彺͑͝Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Θ͑͟‫ג‬渂砒矶晞‫ד‬汊 昦痣穞処 Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟筛沫砒矶晞 昦痣汆 穞滆 廎柳柢欪͟
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Ι͑͟砒矶晞 畲匶庂 滆洛穞処 ‫ג‬埪汒‫ד‬汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟儆垫穞彺 懆凃穞滆 橐処 ‫ג‬埪汒‫ד‬汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Κ͑͟姢岂決挒 怾沖 穦埿 昪洛筚彺決 喞欪彺͑͝Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Λ͑͟砒矶晞 磲廽筚彺決 喞痆喞彺͑͝Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟儆垫穞彺 匶懾 旇痢嵢 奖檺 懆凃穞滆 橐処 Ό埪汒Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Μ͑͟砒矶晞 廒姪匶儆 歊巒夞櫎枻城埪͑͟Ό廎獮ΎΎ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Ν͑͟砒矶晞 旣昷決 涋巒夢篊 沖壟求嵢 磲廽決 滊窏夯城埪͖͑͟͢͡͡儆 夞檺 殯峏刂 洛旇決岆 喺殯決 祢柢夞彺͑͝磲廽決 歊巒 夢 冉沋城埪͑͟
磲廽決 夞垚 壟橎 埪幾 沗櫋汊 穞其喞 洊毖汊 啊滆 廎柳柢欪͑͟
ఐ 渂汞 ͫ͑ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͣ͡͡͡͠Ή΁ͣͤ͠͡͡汞 凃殶 砒沂 橛犛 斲殯 欻晞汆 熺畲穞滆 廎柳柢欪͑͟
嬖穢͑͝ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͣ͡͡͡͠Ή΁ͣͤ͠͡͡櫖昢 Ϳ΅ͷ΄嵢 磲廽穢 穞姢娚枪畲垚 ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͪͩ決喞 ;Ͷ櫖昢 汾柣穞滆 橐枻城埪͑͟
ΈΚΟΕΠΨΤ͑ͪͩ決喞 ;Ͷ櫖昢壊 斲殯穦 凃殶岂彺͑͝ͷͲ΅ͤͣ嵢 磲廽穞柳柢欪͟
͙;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵決 沲旣穞垚 冉櫖垚 旇分 櫌枻城埪͚͟
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稊嵢皦瑢 昪獞
Β͑͟愚痛筚彺汞 ‫ג‬喺 嘪瞾毒畲 筞凃‫ד‬汊 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穞処͑͝‫ג‬姷嵣洛懺‫ד‬庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Γ͑͟橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝Ό犚儆Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͑͟
Δ͑͟橊岞歆 償決 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬稊嵢皦瑢‫ד‬汊 昦痣穞処͑͝Ό犚儆Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Ε͑͟橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 喞痆喞彺͑͝洢浶櫋熺垚 ;ΚΔΣΠΤΠΗΥ儆 昦痣夢 旇痢嵢 殶猧汞 嘪瞾毒畲 稊嵢皦瑢櫖昢 ‫Ϳג‬ΖΥͳͶΆͺ‫ד‬庂 昦痣穢 篊͑͝
Ό筛汾Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Ζ͑͟橊岞歆 償決 ͿΖΥͳͶΆͺ儆 昪獞夢 冉決 筛汾夯城埪͑͟穞埮汞 Ό砒沂 愕 稊庶瘶 击氦Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͑͟
Η͑͟橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬儢汾 砒沂 击氦‫ד‬櫖 熺畲庂 穯城埪͑͟
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Θ͑͟橊岞 勾廂熞崂 柢枪癢汊 沲抆砋穢埪垚 煃決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟Ό欎Ύ庂 畺庳穞櫲 ΁ʹ庂 沲抆砋穯城埪͑͟
Ι͑͟沲抆砋決 夞彺͑͝击氦穞処沖 穞垚 磺塚͠姢岂決挒庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穞櫲 ‫ג‬击氦‫ד‬庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Κ͑͟‫ג‬击氦‫ד‬庂 昦痣穢 埪汒 Ό筛汾Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟击氦決床汆 ΅·旇櫖 祢柢夞垚 決床沋城埪͑͟
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Λ͑͟橊岞 勾廂熞崂 击氦穞処沖 穞垚 磺塚͠姢岂決挒汞 橊決瑞櫖 暖微檗汞 廎畲儆 沎垚 冉決 筛汾夯城埪͑͟
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Β͑͟愚痛筚彺汞 ‫ג‬喺 嘪瞾毒畲 筞凃‫ד‬汊 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穞櫲 ‫ג‬暓昷‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑ͣ͟͡͡͡汆 ‫ג‬姷嵣洛懺‫ד‬沋城埪͟
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Γ͑͟嵢珲欇櫳 櫶冶 橊決瑞汊 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳汊 穞櫲 ‫ג‬暓昷‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑ͣ͟͡͡͡汆 ‫ג‬姷嵣洛懺‫ד‬沋城埪͟
Δ͑͟橊岞歆 償決 嵢珲欇櫳櫶冶汞 暓昷煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝Ό昪獞Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Ε͑͟橊岞歆 償汆 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬稊嵢皦瑢‫ד‬汊 昦痣穞処͑͝Ό犚儆Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Ζ͑͟橊岞 勾廂刂 償汆 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫Ϳג‬ΈͽΚΟΜ ͺ΁Ή͠΄΁Ή笾筞瞾岢枪磲瞾 稊嵢皦瑢‫ד‬汊 昦痣穢 篊͑͝Ό筛汾Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
Η͑͟橊岞歆 償決 ͿΈͽΚΟΜ 稊嵢皦瑢 ͣ儢儆 旣昷 夢冉決 筛汾夯城埪͑͟
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Θ͑͟击氦穞処沖 穞垚 磺塚喞 姢岂決挒庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穢 篊 ‫ג‬击氦 愕 懺橎‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
Ι͑͟橊岞歆 償決 姷嵣洛懺 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬击氦‫ד‬痳汊 昦痣穞処͑͝‫ג‬嘪瞾毒畲櫖昢 決 磺塚 击氦‫ד‬庂 熺畲穯城埪͑͟
勾庲処͑͝Ό筛汾Ύ汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
廒沂͑͝姢岂決挒庂 击氦穦 凃殶 殶猧汞 勾廂刂 償決 喞痆喞垚塶͑͝決婒͑͝‫ג‬氊竞汊 儖朞穞処 姢岂決挒 差瞾庂 击氦穞崪彺 櫲匶庂 畺庳
穞柳柢欪͟‫ ד‬廇畲庂 畺庳穢篊͑͝涒猧汞 勾廂刂 償決 喞痆喞彺͑͝磺塚 击氦庂 熺畲穯城埪͑͟
击氦 決床汆 ΅·櫖 祢柢夞垚 決床沋城埪͑͟
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Κ͑͟橊岞歆 償決 磺塚儆 击氦夢 冉決 筛汾 夯城埪͑͟击氦匶 夞檺 沎垚 磺塚垚 橊決瑞穞埮櫖 暖微檗決 祢柢夯城埪͑͟
Κ͑͟Ή΁喞 ͣͤ͡͡汞 凃殶 匶懾洇求嵢 懺橎匶垫決 壟沗穞壊嵣 夞檺
沎檺 击氦匶 洛旇洇求嵢 夞滆 橐汊 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟決婒垚 氊 ʹ͚
汞 煃櫖昢 ‫ג‬処匏‫ד‬痳汊 昦痣穢 篊͑͝Ό昪洛Ύ憊矂汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Λ͑͟殶猧 勾廂刂 償決 ‫ג‬斲殯橎穮‫ד‬汊 昦痣穢篊͑͝筛汾汊 畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Ή΁櫖昢 击氦昪洛汊 窎滆廒͑͝橎夞垚 凃殶
沂抆 柢枪癢 嬖垚 筞凃櫖昢 氊歆 償決 昪洛汊 空壊 击氦匶 毖筢穞冒 夞滆 橐垚 凃殶儆 沎枻城埪͑͟決婒垚 Ή΁汞 ʹ͵櫖 沎垚 ͿΖΥͳͶΆͺ庂
昪獞穯城埪͑͟
昪獞垚 氊汞 ‫ג‬Ζ‫ד‬卒滆汞 刂洛汆 壟沂穞処͑͝‫ג‬Ζ‫ד‬汞 筚彺櫖昢 ‫ג‬娚枪畲 沎汒‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
凃嵢 ͫ͑͑͑ʹ͵汞 ·ͲͽΆͶͲ͵͵΍;΄ͷ΅΍ͿͶ΅΍ͿͶ΅ͳͶΆͺ΍ͿͶ΅Ϳͳͷ͟ΚΟΗ庂 決殯穞櫲 昪獞穯城埪͑͟
͞ Ή΁͑΁ΣΠ汞 凃殶͑͝斲殯沖 劒穢 昪洛決 穊殚穦 朞壊 沎枻城埪͙͑͟埪幾 殺欇熺洢垚 怺分͚
愚痛筚彺汞 喺珺秮瘶庂 廎殶枪 欪幾濃 憊矂求嵢 畺庳穢 篊͑͝‫ג‬分庲‫ד‬庂 昦痣穞櫲 橊岞歆 償決 煃決 喞痆喞冒 穯城埪͑͟勾庲処 涒猧 彚坺櫖昢
‫ג‬嵢珲 斲殯沖 愕 勾巿‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
斲殯沖 磺塚庂 昦痣穞彺͑͝殶猧櫖 ͸ΦΖΤΥ儆 ‫׎‬Ή‫׏‬祢 夞檺 沎枻城埪͑͟決 ͸ΦΖΤΥ庂 塚挚畺庳穯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
օ✙ᬭⓍ Ŗᮁ
涒猧 勾廂刂 償決 喞痆喞彺͑͝‫ג‬凊洛 斲殯橎穮‫ד‬櫖 熺畲夢 冉汊 空洢穯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
熞汒 沫獞庂 抆砋穞彺͑͝氊汞 勾廂刂 償決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟殶猧汞 橊決瑞姪汆 牢匂 沲旣窎塞 砒沂姪沋城埪͑͟
儇儇汞 惾娚檺廎埪 ͧ儢卒滆 洆沫夞檺 沎枻城埪͑͑͟決 橊決瑞汊 昦痣穞櫲 沲旣穞彺͑͝空埿 砒沂汞 洛滆夞櫎塞 氊獞抆瘶 沲旣汊
柢沗穯城埪͑͟
ఐ ΅ͺ΁͟
儊碾穞冒 沲旣 儆垫穢 惾娚檺 昦痣汊 穞崪彺 庲微瑞汞 ;Ͷ͵ͺͲ憊矂汊 圊庋城埪͟
欇筚 ‫ ױ‬汒橋 ‫ ױ‬斲滊 ‫ ױ‬洊熺懺匶 ‫ ױ‬欇筚 朢求嵢 懆筞 穯城埪͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
壟欇旇 沲旣
͞ 喺沫夢 ͹͵͵喞 Ά΄ͳ͑͹ΠΤΥ嵢 櫶冶夢 洆沫沫獞 嬖垚 嘪瞾毒畲旇汞 击氦夢 磺塚汞 壟欇旇汊 沲旣穯城埪͑͑͟
廒沂͑͝庲枪瞾儆 喞痆喞滆 橐其喞 煄汊 朞 櫌埪彺͑͝庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΗΣΖΤΙ‫ד‬庂 圊幺其喞 涒猧 彚坺汞 ‫ג‬旎嵢処獮‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
旇氊 凃嵢嵢 決壟穦 婒垚 庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΥΦΣΟ‫ד‬決喞 涒猧 彚坺汞 ‫ג‬決洊筚彺‫ד‬汊 昦痣穯城埪͑͑͟
決床 洛崲͑͝柢儊 洛崲 ͫ͑庲枪瞾庂 決床決喞 旣昷夢 柢儊汞 欪床͠喺廂焮朢求嵢 洛崲汊 穯城埪͟
͚͑͢沲旣 ͫ͑庲枪瞾櫖昢 沲旣穞処沖 穞垚 砒沂汊 昦痣穞櫲 ΡΝΒΪ憊矂 嬖垚 ΖΟΥΖΣ͑憊矂汊 圊庋城埪͟
͙ΒΧΚ砒沂決岂壊 斲殯夞垚 瑚塷決 埪幺惆嵢 沲旣決 橎夦 朞壊 沎求城 瑚塷 筛汾汊 穯城埪͚͟
͚ͣ͑処暓 痖族 ͫ͑庲微瑞汞 涒殶 愯窫疪喞 ͷͳ͑͝ͷͷ憊矂汊 決殯穞櫲 愶暓 痖族決 儆垫穯城埪͙͑͟牢堆 ͤͣ愶暓͚
͚ͤ͑瞿洛 氊獞 愚嵢儆匶 ͫ͑庲微瑞汞 ͸΀΅΀憊矂汊 圊幾篊͑͝毖穞垚 氊獞汞 柢儊汊 沋崫穯城埪͟
͚ͥ͑戂幮 浶洎 ͫ͑庲微瑞汞 旇穞 愯窫疪喞 戂幮 憊矂汊 決殯穞櫲 浶洎穯城埪͑͟
͚ͦ͑汒暒其 ͫ͑;Ά΅Ͷ憊矂汊 圊幺彺 汒暒其儆 夯城埪͑͟穢憎塚 圊幺其喞 戂幮 憊矂汊 圊幺彺 空洢儆 夯城埪͑͟
͚ͧ͑沲旣 洛懺 ͫ͑庲微瑞汞 ͺͿͷ΀憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝壟欇旇 砒沂汞 匶懾 洛懺儆 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
͚ͨ͑筚彺 愣匶͑͝堆捊浶洛͑͝煊壊浶洛͑͝沖廏砒沂͑͝沖廏檾檺͑͝沖廏 嚘決͑͝沖廏 柷畲浶洎 ͫ͑壟欇旇 沲旣渗 戂幮疪庂 園峲 ΀΄͵彚坺嵢 喞痆喞惆嵢
昦痣穞櫲 浶洎決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
͚ͩ͑割儊 愞懻 ͫ͑沲旣渗 庲微瑞汞 Ͳ͞ͳ憊矂汊 決殯穞櫲 柢沗氊獞 ‫ ׊‬啣嗂 氊獞庂 昦痣穞櫲 愞懻 沲旣穯城埪͑͟空洢庂 穞崪彺͑͝穢憎 塚 圊庋城埪͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
┍㜵ㇵ 㣠㈑ 㩅 㢨㟝 ⮈⎨
T ┍㜵ㇵ 㣠㈑ 㩅 m|ujⶸ䏰㢨⇌ ⸰⪜ⶸ䏰㡸 ⌸⪨⮨SG㙸⣌㝴 ᵍ㢨 šœ‰T”Œ•œᴴ ⇌㝩⏼␘UGㇵV䚌 ⵝ䛙䇘⪰ 㢨㟝䚌㜠 ⮈⎨⪰ ㉔䈑䚔 ㍌
㢼㏩⏼␘U
Β͑͟戂幮 浶洎
Γ͑͟愣匶 浶洎
Δ͑͟堆捊浶洛
Ε͑͟煊壊浶洛
Ζ͑͟沖廏柷畲 ͫ͑沖廏汞 柷畲 浶洎汊 穯城埪͑͟
Η͑͟沖廏嚘決 沖廏汞 嚘決庂 浶洎穯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
Θ͑͟沖廏檾檺 ͫ͑皻穯沖廏汾 凃殶͑͝沖廏檾檺庂 昦痣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
Ι͑͟沖廏砒沂 ͫ͑沖廏砒沂汊 昦痣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟櫚瘶庂 圊幺彺͑͝殶猧汞 勾廂刂 償決 沖廏砒沂汊 昦痣穦 朞 沎垚 痖族匶儆 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
沖廏砒沂汊 昦痣穢 篊 櫚瘶 憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝空埿 沖廏決 洇殯夯城埪͑͟
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㥉⸨ᴴ ⇌䇴⇝⏼␘UG䚐ⶼ⒈ ⌸⪨⮨SG㇠⢰㬅⏼␘UG
Λ͑͟柢儊 痖族 ͫ͑壟欇旇 沲旣渗 ΘΠΥΠ憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝橊岞歆 償汆 煃決
喞痆喯城埪͑͟毖穞垚 氊獞汞 柢儊汊 朱沖 憊矂汊 決殯
穞櫲 沋崫穞処͑͝櫚瘶庂 圊幺彺͑͝沋崫穢 柢儊 氊獞嵢
愚嵢 決壟夯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
欪娚欪 沲旣
爎匶筚彺櫖昢 汒橋姩匶庂 昦痣穞彺͑͝欪娚欪 砒沂廒 祢柢儆 夯城埪͟
廒沂͑͝庲枪瞾儆 喞痆喞滆 橐其喞 煄汊 朞 櫌埪彺͑͝庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΗΣΖΤΙ‫ד‬庂 圊幺其喞 涒猧汞 ‫ג‬旎嵢処獮‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
旇氊 凃嵢嵢 決壟穦 婒垚 庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΥΦΣΟ‫ד‬汊 圊幺其喞 涒猧 彚坺汞 ‫ג‬決洊筚彺‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
決床 洛崲͑͝柢儊 洛崲 ͫ͑庲枪瞾庂 決床決喞 旣昷夢 柢儊汞 欪床͠喺廂焮朢求嵢 洛崲汊 穯城埪͑͑͟
͞ ͶͿ΅Ͷ΃庂 圊幺彺͑͝空埿 砒沂決 汒橋旇沖櫖 犚儆夞檺 沖壟 沲旣夞処͑͝΁ͽͲΊ憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝空埿 磺塚汞 微姦 欪娚欪 砒沂決 汒橋旇沖櫖
犚儆夞処͑͝昦痣夢 砒沂抆瘶 沲旣夯城埪͟
͞ 汒橋決 洛滆夢 旇痢櫖昢 ΁ΣΖΧ ͑͠ͿΖΩΥ垚 決洊凧͑͝埪汒凧汊 筛汾穦 朞 沎処͑͝沋崫櫌決 堆匶穞処 沎求彺 檃 ͣίͤ爎篊 笊沲 沲旣穞塞 砒沂
氊獞嵢 懆筞夯城埪͟
͞汒橋決 沲旣夞垚 旇痢櫖昢 ΁ΣΖΧ ͠ͿΖΩΥ垚 決洊凧͑͝埪汒凧汊 沲旣穯城埪͑͟
͞ 碾滗汊 穞崪彺͑͝‫ג‬砒沂 庲枪瞾‫ד‬櫖昢 毖穞垚 凧姪汊 昦痣穞櫲 ‫ג‬ΒΕΕ‫ד‬憊矂汊 園峲 ‫ג‬喞汞 徯嵣‫ד‬櫖 犚儆庂 穞処͑͝沲旣汊 穞彺͑͝喞汞 徯嵣櫖 沎垚
庲枪瞾姪決 汒橋旇沖櫖 汾柣夞檺 沲旣夯城埪͑͟
͞ ΃Ϳ͵͠΄Ͷ΂庂 圊幺彺͑͝朢焮沲旣͑͝岢塪 沲旣汊 昦痣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͑͟
͞ ΃ΖΡΖΒΥ憊矂求嵢 愞懻沲旣決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
͞庲微瑞汞 ͻΦΜΖ͑ΓΠΩ憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝汒橋旇沖 煃決 喞痆喞壊 埱粎垚 壟沗決 夯城埪͑͟
͞ 汒橋旇沖儆 埱粒 旇痢櫖昢 汒橋決 沲旣夞処 沎汊婒͑͝沲旣汊 涋巒穞崪彺͑͝΃ΖΥΦΣΟ決喞 ͻΦΜΖ͑ΓΠΩ͑憊矂汊 園峲 湲畲愛枪 煃決 喞痆喞彺͑͝
庲微瑞汞 洛滆憊矂汊 園峲 汒橋汊 洛滆 柢疮篊͑͝埪柢 ͻΦΜΖΓΠΩ憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝汒橋旇沖 煃決 埱粟城埪͑͑͟
͞ 愷勾岂殺姢櫖昢 汒橋決 沲旣夞垚 旇痢櫖昢 壟欇旇 沲旣汊 穞彺͑͝壟欇旇廒 洛旇 沲旣決 夞処͑͝壟欇旇 沲旣決 啣喞彺͑͝埪柢 愷勾岂殺姢櫖昢
汒橋決 沲旣夯城埪͑͟
͞汒橋旇沖 煃決 祢柢夢 旇痢櫖昢 徯嵣 決壟汆 夞滆 橐枻城埪͑͟庲微瑞汞 ͻΦΜΖΓΠΩ憊矂汊 決殯穞櫲 汒橋旇沖 煃汊 埱汆 埪汒͑͝埪幾 彚坺姷汊
昦痣穯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
汒橋旇沖 斲殯
ͻΆͼͶͳ΀Ή͑憊矂汊 圊幺彺 筚彺 穞埮櫖 汒橋旇沖儆 喞痆喞処͑͝穢憎 塚 圊幺彺 斲岂滗城埪͑͟
͞汒橋決 洛滆夢 旇痢櫖昢 ΁ΣΖΧ ͑͠ͿΖΩΥ垚 決洊 凧͑͝埪汒 凧汊 筛汾穦 朞 沎処͑͝沋崫 櫌決 堆匶穞処 沎求彺 檃 ͣίͤ爎篊 笊沲 沲旣穞塞 砒沂
氊獞嵢 懆筞夯城埪͑͑͑͟凧律汊 筛汾 渗櫖 ΖΟΥΖΣ憊矂汊 圊幺彺 昦痣夢 凧決 沲旣夯城埪͑͟
͞汒橋決 沲旣夞垚 旇痢櫖昢 ΁ΣΖΧ ͠ͿΖΩΥ垚 決洊 凧͑͝埪汒 凧汊 沲旣穯城埪͑͟
͞ ΃Ϳ͵͠΄Ͷ΂庂 圊幺彺͑͝朢焮沲旣͑͝岢塪 沲旣汊 昦痣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͟
͞ ΃ΖΡΖΒΥ憊矂求嵢 愞懻沲旣決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
͞汒峏汊 浶洎穞崪彺͑͝汒橋旇沖儆 祢柢夢 旇痢櫖昢 戂幮 憊矂汊 決殯穞彺 橊岞歆 償決 涒猧櫖 廏堆 勾岞稊儆 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
橊怺島 沋崫汊 穞滆 橐垚埪彺͑͝檃 ͤ爎篊櫖 汒峏祢柢儆 斲岂滗城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
斲滊 沲旣
ͻ΁Ͷ͸͑͝ͳ;΁͑͝΁Ϳ͸砒沂姷汊 沲旣穦 朞 沎処͑͝枲岂決姢朂嵢 儖旇決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
枲岂決姢朂嵢 滊窏汊 穞崪彺͑͝決惾滆砒沂汊 昦痣穞処͑͝沲旣憊矂汊 園峲檂 穯城埪͑͟ͶΟΥΖΣ庂 圊幺彺͑͝空埿 砒沂廒 沲旣夯城埪͑͟
廒沂͑͝庲枪瞾儆 喞痆喞滆 橐其喞 煄汊 朞 櫌埪彺͑͝庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΗΣΖΤΙ‫ד‬庂 圊幺其喞 涒猧汞 ‫ג‬旎嵢処獮‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
旇氊 凃嵢嵢 決壟穦 婒垚 庲微瑞汞 ‫΃ג‬ΖΥΦΣΟ‫ד‬汊 圊幺其喞 涒猧 彚坺汞 ‫ג‬決洊筚彺‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穯城埪͑͟
決床 洛崲͑͝柢儊 洛崲 ͫ͑庲枪瞾庂 決床決喞 旣昷夢 柢儊汞 欪床͠喺廂焮朢求嵢 洛崲汊 穯城埪͑͑͟
͞愶凃汒橋汊 沲旣穞彺昢 枲岂決姢 朂庂 儖旇穞匶 氊空昢垚 汒橋旇沖庂 決殯穞櫲 欪娚欪庂 沲旣穞処͑͝決惾滆 砒沂決 沎垚 磺塚櫖昢
΁ΝΒΪ憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝愶凃汒橋決 沲旣夞彺昢 枲岂決姢 朂儆 滊窏夯城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
洊熺懺匶
微姦 沲旣儆垫穢 惾娚檺 砒沂姪汊 祢柢穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͑͟
沫獞庂 抆砋穞処 熱 筚彺櫖昢 ‫ג‬洊熺 懺匶‫ד‬庂 昦痣穞彺͑͝橊岞歆 償決 儇 惾娚檺 涋幞懊 徯嵣決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
決垚 牢匂 沲旣窎塞 喺殯求嵢 儇 惾娚檺懊 ͧ儢樯 爣 ͩ͢儢汞 徯嵣決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
壟欇旇汞 凃殶 抇廎畲汞 匶垫求嵢 洛滆夞櫎塞 柢洖抆瘶 沲旣決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
殶猧 徯嵣汊 沲旣穞崪彺͑͝殶猧 愯窫疪庂 決殯穞櫲 決壟穢 篊 空埿 砒沂汊 昦痣穞櫲 沲旣穞彺 夯城埪͑͟
洊熺懺匶庂 昦痣穞彺͑͝櫶冶夢 ͹͵͵沫獞姪決喞 嘪瞾毒畲 击氦夢 磺塚姪決 喞痆喞処͑͝決婒 沲旣儆垫穢 微姦 惾娚檺儆 祢柢夞惆嵢
碾庲穞冒 磺塚儊 決壟汊 皻空 惾娚檺 砒沂汊 昦痣穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
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Unicorn Information System
ၙॵᨕ ᰍᔾ
喞汞 徯嵣
毖穞垚 砒沂姪廒 犚犢穞櫲 庲枪瞾庂 沗昷穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟毖穞垚 砒沂決喞 磺塚庂 昦痣穞処͑͝ΒΕΕ憊矂汊 圊幺彺 庲枪瞾櫖 犚儆儆 夯城埪͑͑͟
殶猧 旇埮櫖 犚儆夞垚 冉汊 橒庲垚 橊決瑞決 喞痆喲埪 斲岂滗城埪͑͟
殶猧 愯窫疪庂 圊幺彺͑͝喞汞 徯嵣 痳求嵢 決壟決 夞檺 犚儆夢 砒沂͠磺塚儆 懺沋城埪͑͑͟
庲枪瞾汞 穳徯汊 洢其穞崪彺͑͝洢其穞崪垚 穳徯汊 昦痣穞処͑͝ΕΖΝΖΥΖ憊矂汊 畺庳穞彺 斳洢儆 夯城埪͑͟
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ၙॵᨕ ⪹Ğᖅᱶ
͚͑͢涒猧 彚坺汞 ‫ג‬筞凃 昪洛‫ד‬彚坺庂 昦痣穞櫲 橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 ΄Άͳ彚坺庂 昦痣 篊͑͝穊殚穢 昪洛汊 懆凃 愕 筛汾穯城埪͑͟
͚ͣ͑庲微瑞汞 ‫΄ג‬Ͷ΅Ά΁‫ד‬憊矂汊 圊幺彺͑͝筞凃昪洛 筚彺求嵢 愚嵢 儆冒 夯城埪͑͟
͚͑͢΅·昪洛
橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 欪娚欪 犢崫櫖 堆穢 昪洛刂 捊娚欪 犢崫櫖 堆穢 昪洛汊 穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
ዋ΄΁͵ͺͷ犢崫 ͫ͑埪殺惿枪͑͝砮槶槶差
ዋ 欪娚欪 煊嘖 ͫ͑ͣ煊嘖͑ͦ͑͜͢͝煊嘖
ዋ 捊娚欪 犢崫 ͫ͑΄͞·ͺ͵Ͷ΀͑͝珺磲嘒瞾͑͝͵·ͺ͑͝·͸Ͳ͑͝΄·͸Ͳ͑͝Ή͸Ͳ͑͝΂·͸Ͳ͑͝΄Ή͸Ͳ͑昪洛 儆垫͑͟
͙珺磲滆瞾垚 ΄͞·ͺ͵Ͷ΀嵢 昪洛空 嚙求彺 犢崫夯城埪͚͟
ዋ ΅·祢渆 ͫ͑΁Ͳͽ͑͝Ϳ΅΄ʹ
ዋ ΅·筚彺捊 ͫ͑ͥͫͤ͑͑ͧͫͪ͢͝
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ၙॵᨕ ⪹Ğᖅᱶ
͚ͣ͑氦昦嘪瞾毓
橊岞歆 償決 嘪瞾毒畲 洛懺庂 筛汾 愕 懆凃穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
櫶冶 旇痢 ͫ͑斲殯͑͟斲殯橎穮͑͟氦昦 斲殯櫲抆 祢柢͑͟怺昦汞 斲殯氦怺庂 昪洛穞崪彺͑͝斲殯橎穮求嵢 昪洛空檂 穯城埪͑͟͟
沖壟 渂暒 愡匶 ͫ͑斲殯͑͝滇洗沋崫͑͟击氦匶姷汞 ͵͹ʹ΁筞凃櫖昢垚 斲殯求嵢 昪洛穞彺 沖壟求嵢 ͺ΁庂 穦埿 愡冒 夯城埪͑͟滇洗 沋崫穞崪彺͑͝
‫ג‬滇洗沋崫‫ד‬汊 昦痣穢 篊͑͝橊岞汞 ͺ΁渂暒͑͝嘽廎枪畲͑͝匶懾岂殶瘶 洛懺庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
ͺ΁渂暒 ͫ͑沖壟 渂暒愡匶 沂婒垚 沖壟求嵢 祢柢儆 夯城埪͑͟朞壟求嵢 沋崫穞崪彺͑͝ͶΟΥΖΣ憊矂汊 圊幾篊͑͝沋崫穞処沖 穞垚 ͺ΁渂暒庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
嘽廎枪畲 ͫ͑昢挒嘽 廎枪畲 昪洛沋城埪͑͟
匶懾岂殶瘶 ͫ͑冒決瞾毮決儆 祢柢夯城埪͑͟击氦匶 筞凃決岂彺͑͝击氦匶汞 ͺ΁渂暒儆 喞痆域城埪͑͟沖壟 渂暒愡匶庂 滇洗沋崫求嵢 昪洛 窎埪彺͑͝
击氦匶汞 ͺ΁庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
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ၙॵᨕ ⪹Ğᖅᱶ
͚ͤ͑怺昦嘪瞾毓
橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 怺昦嘪瞾毒畲 洊愞櫖 分穢 昪洛汊 穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
怺昦岢 斲殯 ͫ͑斲殯͑͝斲殯橎穮͑͟氦昦嘪瞾毒畲庂 昪洛穞崪彺͑͝‫ג‬斲殯橎穮‫ד‬求嵢 昪洛穯城埪͑͟
Ͷ΄΄ͺ͵͑ͫ͑Ͳ΁喞 氦怺昦 击氦匶汞 怺昦柦笾 決床汊 沋崫穯城埪͙͑͟堆暒怾沖 割把͚
煊嘖 ͫ͑͢ίͤ͢憎卒滆 昪洛穦 朞 沎枻城埪͙͑͟Ͳ΁喞 氦怺昦 击氦匶櫖 櫶冶柢櫖垚 昪洛穞滆 橐橊壊 夯城埪͑͟΁ΖΖΣ͑ΥΠ͑΁ΖΖΣ昪洛柢櫖 穊殚͚
汾溣 愯柣 ͫ͑ΈͶ΁沖壟͑͝ΈͶ΁͑΄͹Ͳ΃Ͷ͵͑͝ΈͶ΁͑΀΁ͶͿ͑͝Έ΁Ͳ΁΄ͼ͑͝Έ΁Ͳͣ΁΄ͼ昪洛
橚笾筚 愯柣͙ΈͶ΁͚͑ͫ͑ΈͶ΁͑͝櫌汒͑͟ΈͶ΁庂 斲殯穦 凃殶櫖 昪洛͑͟Έ΁Ͳ庂 斲殯穞其喞 怺昦懺橎 昪洛決 櫌垚 怺昦嘪瞾毒畲岂彺͑͝‫ג‬櫌汒‫ד‬昦痣͟
ΈͶ΁疪 ͫ͑ΈͶ΁疪庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
沖壟 渂暒 愡匶 ͫ͑斲殯͑͝滇洗沋崫͑͟击氦匶姷汞 ͵͹ʹ΁筞凃櫖昢垚 斲殯求嵢 昪洛穞彺 沖壟求嵢 ͺ΁庂 穦埿 愡冒 夯城埪͑͟滇洗 沋崫穞崪彺͑͝
‫ג‬滇洗沋崫‫ ד‬汊 昦痣穢 篊͑͝橊岞汞 ͺ΁渂暒͑͝嘽廎枪畲͑͝匶懾岂殶瘶 洛懺庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
ͺ΁渂暒 ͫ͑沖壟 渂暒愡匶 沂婒垚 沖壟求嵢 祢柢儆 夯城埪͑͟朞壟求嵢 沋崫穞崪彺͑͝ͶΟΥΖΣ憊矂汊 圊幾篊͑͝沋崫穞処沖 穞垚 ͺ΁渂暒庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
嘽廎枪畲 ͫ͑昢挒嘽 廎枪畲儆 祢柢夯城埪͑͑͟
匶懾岂殶瘶 ͫ͑冒決瞾毮決儆 祢柢夯城埪͑͟击氦匶 筞凃決岂彺͑͝击氦匶汞 ͺ΁渂暒儆 喞痆域城埪͑͟沖壟 渂暒愡匶庂 滇洗沋崫求嵢 昪洛窍埪彺͑͝
击氦匶汞 ͺ΁庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
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ၙॵᨕ ⪹Ğᖅᱶ
͚ͥ͑沲旣分崮
橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 沲旣柢 欇旇͑͝沖廏姷櫖 堆穢 昪洛汊 筛汾 愕 懆凃穦 朞 沎枻城埪͑͟
ዋ欇旇 祢柢 ͫ͑毖懾͙崎瘶愛枪͚͑͝筛堆͙砲枪玚͚͑͝筚彺煊殶匶͑͟壟欇旇汞 筚彺畲匶 昪洛汊 穯城埪͑͟
ዋ沖廏 氊獞 ͫ͑旇埮͑͝儆殺塶͑͝穞埮͑͟沖廏砒沂決 沎垚 凃殶͑͝沖廏汞 氊獞庂 祢柢穯城埪͑͟
ዋ沖廏 畲匶 ͫ͑沗汆 匆樮͑͝當匆樮͑͟沖廏汞 畲匶庂 昪洛穯城埪͑͟
ዋ沖廏 族博 ͫ͑籶族͠円洛͑͝噾岗͠円洛͑͝熳嵣͠円洛͑͝沖筓͠円洛͑͝円洛͠籶族͑͝据儛͠籶族͑͝噿族͠籶族͑͝砒岗͠籶族͑͝籶族͑͝円洛求嵢
沖廏 族汊 昪洛穯城埪͑͟
ዋ枲岂決姢朂 儊冯 ͫ͑ͤ爎͑ͦ͝爎͑͢͝͡爎͑ͣ͝͡爎͑͟決惾滆 砒沂 沲旣柢 枲岂決姢 朂柢儊汊 昪洛穯城埪͑͟
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ၙॵᨕ ⪹Ğᖅᱶ
͚ͦ͑匶痆昪洛
橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 碒毮檺 櫋勾崎決姢͑͝愶凃͑͝橚笾昪洛姷 匶痆 昪洛決 儆垫粟城埪͑͟
ዋ΀΄͵檾檺 ͫ͑穢剳檺͑͝欇檺͑͟΀΄͵彚坺 檾檺庂 祢柢穯城埪͑͟
ዋ暒庲 箮刂 ͫ͑琢匶͑͝啊匶͑͟儇涋 箮刂汒櫖 堆穢 昪洛沋城埪͑͟
ዋ分庲沖 橚笾 懆凃 ͫ͑磺塚橚笾͑͝爎匶筚姷汊 穦 凃殶 分庲沖 橚笾庂 沋崫空檂 劒穢汊 儆滆冒 夯城埪͙͑͟朱沖 ͥ沖庲͚
ዋ愶凃勾廂 滆洛 ͫ͑ͻ΁͸砒沂汊 決殯穞櫲 愶凃勾廂求嵢 斲殯穯城埪͑͟
ዋ匶懾 愶凃勾廂 斲殯 ͫ͑氊汞 勾廂刂 償汆 匶懾 愶凃汊 斲殯穯城埪͑͟
ዋ碒毮檺 憊洊筛汾 ͫ͑笊沲 壟沗夞垚 碒毮檺 憊洊汊 筛汾穯城埪͑͟
ዋ击沫 爎匶筚 ͫ͑洢禎汊 爎匶筚 穯城埪͑͟
ዋ碒毮檺 櫋勾崎決姢 ͫ͑穊殚櫖 娶岂 碒毮檺庂 櫋勾崎決姢 穦婒 斲殯穯城埪͑͟
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⟭ᭉᨕ ᨦə౩ᯕऽ
⫠⯜䂌㢌 zl{|wⶸ䏰㡸 ⌸⪬䟸SGὤ䇴㉘㥉㢌 䓀㠜㛨 㛹Ἤ⤼㢨☐ ⮈⎨⪰ ㉔䈑䚌⮨SG≘䏬㠀䆠 ⇨㢌 ḩ㡔═ 䔨⒈⇌ |zi⇌ pkl䀴㢨⽈⦐
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୔ 䓀㠜㛨 㛹Ἤ⤼㢨☐ᴴ 㫸䚽╌⏈ ┍㙼㜄 㤸㠄㡸 ⅸᶤ⇌ ␘⪬ ┍㣅⮹⥭㡸 䚌㫴 ⫼㐡㐐㝘UG
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ᦵ⪙ʑ‫܆‬
ሲ 分庲沖 橚笾
匶懾洇求嵢 磺塚 橚笾匶垫汊 斲殯穞崪彺͑͝分庲沖 橚笾庂 昪洛空檂 穯城埪͑͟橊岞歆 償決 橚笾庂 昪洛穞櫲 斲殯穯城埪͟
分庲沖 橚笾汞 匶懾汆 ‫׏͡͡͡͡׎‬沋城埪͑͟分庲沖橚笾庂 沐滆 橐壊嵣 渂汞 穞柳柢欪͑͟
͞ 橚笾垚 朱沖 ͥ沖庲嵢 沋崫空檂穯城埪͟
͞ 決 分庲沖 橚笾垚 ;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汊 爎匶筚 穦 婒壊 穊殚穯城埪͑͟
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ᦵ⪙ʑ‫܆‬
ሲ 磺塚 橚笾兾匶
橚笾庂 兾処沖 穞垚 磺塚庂 昦痣穞処͑͝庲微瑞汞 ΝΠΔΜ憊矂汊 圊幺彺 橊岞歆 償決 橚笾 沋崫 煃決 喞痆喯城埪͑͟
分庲沖 橚笾庂 沋崫穞柳柢欪͟
橊岞 勾廂刂 償決 空埿 磺塚汞 橊決瑞櫖 沖恂曦 祢柢儆 喞痆喯城埪͑͑͟空埿 磺塚櫖 洗匂 穦 婒 洛筛穢 橚笾庂 沋崫穞滆 橐求彺 洗匂決
橎夯城埪͟
橚笾昪洛汊 空洢穞崪彺͑͝埪柢 庲微瑞汞 ͽΠΔΜ憊矂汊 圊幾篊 橚笾沋崫煃櫖 橚笾庂 沋崫穯城埪͑͟
ఐ渂汞͑͟橚笾庂 沐滆 廎柳柢欪͑͟
廒沂 橚笾儆 匶檻決 喞滆 橐汊 凃殶櫖垚 穞姢毮檺 爎匶筚庂 穞柢彺͑͝匶懾 昪洛求嵢 壒橊儆冒 夯城埪͑͟匶懾 橚笾垚 ‫׏͡͡͡͡׎‬沋城埪͟
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႑Ğəฝ ᄡĞ⦹ʑ
愶凃 決惾滆庂 斲殯沖儆 毖穞垚 決惾滆 砒沂嵢 懆凃決 儆垫穯城埪͑͟埮͑͝愶凃櫖 嘎怺 愣汆 決惾滆儆 斲殯夞彺͑͝彚坺儆 懺決滆 橐汊 朞
沎求城 渂汞 穞柳柢欪͑͟
匶痆昪洛汞 愶凃 勾廂 滆洛汊 昦痣穞彺 橊岞歆 償決 砒沂汊 昦痣穞冒 夯城埪͑͟櫶冶夢 ͹͵͵喞 嘪瞾毒畲旇櫖 击氦夢 砒沂渗 決惾滆
砒沂汊 昦痣穞彺͑͝愶凃求嵢 滆洛決 夯城埪͙͑͑͟牢堆 空旇壊 ͪͣ͑͢͡Ή͑ͩ͑͢͟͡͡ΛΡΖΘ͑͝ΡΟΘ͑͝ΓΞΡ砒沂 斲殯儆垫͚
愶凃汊 匶懾筚彺求嵢 斲殯穞崪彺͑͝匶懾愶凃勾廂 斲殯汊 昦痣穞彺͑͝;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汞 匶懾 愶凃求嵢 懆凃決 夯城埪͑͟
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Ⅹʑ⪵
ሲ 击沫 爎匶筚
͞ 洢禎汞 昪洛姷汊 割廪埿柢汞 爎匶 昪洛求嵢 洊筞穞其喞͑͝爎匶筚儆 穊殚穦 凃殶櫖 斲殯穯城埪͑͟
決婒櫖壊 橚笾序 沋崫空檂 穯城埪͑͟匶懾橚笾汾 ‫׏͡͡͡͡׎‬汊 沋崻穞彺͑͝爎匶筚儆 滊窏夯城埪͑͟
ሲ 穞姢毮檺 爎匶筚 愯憛
洊毖汊 歊洊粎 啎 旇痢櫖昢 洢禎 歾分櫖 沎垚 ΤΥΠΡ刂 ΠΜ憊矂汊 圊幾 旇痢嵢 洊毖汊 櫶冶穞処 檃 ͢͡爎篊櫖 園崆塞 憊矂汊
嚙枻城埪͑͟勾峲彺͑͝沖壟求嵢 沲抆砋決 夞彺昢 爎匶筚儆 夯城埪͑͟
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ḩྙŝ ‫ݖ‬ᄡ
΂͑ͫ͑砒沂律 嬖垚 磺塚律汞 匾決洢穢汆 檺嫁冒 夞喞殚Ͱ͑
Ͳ͑ͫ͑殺欇熺洢 旇櫖昢垚 ͣͦͧ儢儆 牢堆決滆廒͑͝;Ήͨͧ͞͡͹͵汆 ͣͤ͢沖庲卒滆 沋崫 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
΂͑ͫ͑磺塚 喺抆櫖 砒沂 嬖垚 ΄Άͳ磺塚庂 徍儢卒滆 汾柣穞喞殚Ͱ
Ͳ͑ͫ͑洢穢決 櫌枻城埪͑͟穞滆廒͑ͧͥ͝͡͡儢儆 嘞求彺 嵢娯柢儊決 匾檺滗城埪͑͟嵢娯柢儊汊 埮犛穞匶 氊空昢垚 分庲庂 空渂晚檂 穯城埪͑͟
΂͑ͫ͑击氦夢 庲枪瞾垚 徍儢卒滆 祢柢夞喞殚Ͱ
Ͳ͑ͫ͑姢岂決憊͑͝磺塚姷汊 微奖 磲穮空昢 ͤͣ儢卒滆 祢柢儆 儆垫穯城埪͑͟
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