SanDisk Sansa TakeTV User`s manual

PC to TV Video Player
User’s Manual
Technical Support
U.S.: 1-866-SANDISK (726-3475)
Worldwide: www.sandisk.com/techsupport
For more information on this product, please visit www.sandisk.com/sansa.
Part Number: TakeTV-8UM-ENG
Table of Contents
Safety Tips & Cleaning Instructions ..................................... 2
Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player at a Glance.............. 3
What You Need to Begin ................................................................ 3
Your Product Package Contains ....................................................... 3
Product Overview ......................................................................... 4
Remote Control ............................................................................ 4
Battery........................................................................................ 6
Connecting the Cradle ....................................................... 7
Loading Video................................................................... 9
Playing Video ................................................................. 10
Settings......................................................................... 11
Language ...................................................................................11
Video .........................................................................................12
Miscellaneous ..............................................................................12
Tips and Troubleshooting ................................................. 14
Learn More, Service, and Warranty Information .................. 16
Getting Technical Support .............................................................16
SanDisk Limited Warranty.............................................................16
End User License Agreement .........................................................17
FCC Regulation ............................................................... 19
Canadian Compliant Notice............................................... 20
Dolby Compliant Notice.................................................... 20
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This chapter provides you the safety tips and cleaning
instructions for your Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video
Player.
Safety Tips & Cleaning
Instructions
Read the safety instructions carefully before using your Sansa® TakeTV™ Player.
1.
Read this entire manual to ensure proper usage.
2.
Keep this User’s Manual for future reference.
3.
Keep your player away from sinks, drinks, bathtubs, showers, rain, and other
sources of moisture. Moisture can cause electric shocks with any electronic device.
4.
Follow these tips to keep your player working well for a long time:
5.
o
Clean your player with a soft lint-free cloth used on glass lenses.
o
Do not allow young children to use your player unsupervised.
o
Never force any connector into the ports of your player or your computer. Make
sure your connectors are the identical shape and size before you connect.
Do not disassemble, crush, short-circuit, or incinerate battery as it may cause fire,
injury, burns, or other hazards.
Disposal Instructions
Do not dispose of this device with unsorted waste. Improper disposal may be harmful to
the environment and human health. Please refer to your local waste authority for
information on return and collection systems in your area.
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This chapter helps you familiarize yourself with the
features and functionality of your Sansa® TakeTV™
Player.
Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV
Video Player at a Glance
Congratulations on your purchase of Sansa® TakeTV™ by SanDisk!
Sansa® TakeTV™ is a portable USB player that provides you a simple way for taking digital
video files from your PC to any TV.
All you need to do is:
•
Connect your TakeTV Player to an available USB port on your computer
•
Load the videos of your choice onto it, as you would normally copy files to a standard
flash drive
•
Slip the player into the cradle after connecting it to the TV
•
Navigate through your videos using the remote control
•
Press Play
What You Need to Begin
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Intel Pentium PC (or compatible) processor, 1.4 GHz with an available USB port
•
Windows XP or Vista, Mac OS X (v10+), Linux
•
Any TV set with either S-Video or composite input
Your Product Package Contains
•
Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player + Remote Control. When opened, the cover
of the player is the remote control
•
TakeTV Cradle
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•
The remote control includes a Coin Cell Lithium CR2016 battery
•
AC power adapter
Product Overview
The four main components of your Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player are shown in
Figure 1.
Figure 1: Sansa® TakeTV™ Components
1. TakeTV player – incorporates a USB connector and an IR sensor
2. Remote Control – coin cell lithium CRC2016 battery included
3. Cradle – adapts the TakeTV player to the TV set
4. AC power adapter – connects to the cradle
Remote Control
The remote control button names and their functions are described in Table 1.
Table 1: Sansa® TakeTV™ Remote Control Button Functions
Name
Function(s)
To start playing the selected video
Play
Turns on or off the TakeTV player
Power
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• To select the highlighted item
• To play selected content
Select
To display information of the content being played such as:
File Format, Track Number, Audio Format, and Subtitle On/Off
Info
• To pause
• Pressing this button again while playback is paused will
Pause
activate Single Stepping, during which each subsequent
press on Pause will advance to the next frame
To stop the video playback
Stop
To enter the Setup menu
Setup
Turns subtitle on or off and enables selection of the subtitle file
of choice
Subtitle
To change the viewing mode: Fill, Original, LetterBox, or Pan
Scan
Mode
• Pressing once during playback will advance the video at 1/2
Navigate up/slow
play
the normal speed. Each subsequent press will further
reduce the playback speed to 1/4, 1/6 and 1/8 of normal
speed
• Also used to navigate up within menus
• Pressing once during playback will rewind the video at 1/2
Navigate
down/slow rewind
the normal speed. Each subsequent press will further
reduce the rewind speed to 1/4, 1/6 and 1/8 of normal
speed
• Also used to navigate down within menus
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• Press and hold for 1 second to fast forward. Press again to
increase the speed, FF speed supported: 2X, 4X, 8X and 16X
Navigate
right/fast forward
• Also used to navigate right within menus
• Press and hold for 1 second to fast rewind. Press again to
increase the speed, FR speed supported: 2X, 4X, 8X and 16X
Navigate left/fast
rewind
• Also used to navigate left within menus
Battery
The Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player remote control uses one non-rechargeable Coin
Cell Lithium CR2016 battery, which can be found in the battery compartment located at the
bottom of the remote control.
To replace the battery, please use the following steps:
1. Place the tip of a pen in the hole on the release lever, move the lever to the right.
This will release the battery compartment.
Figure 2: Release Lever
2. Gently pull the battery compartment out.
3. Remove the battery.
4. Slide the new battery into the compartment with the plus (+) sign facing down.
5. Close the battery compartment by pushing it back into its slot until it clicks into
place.
Figure 3: Slide Battery Compartment into Remote
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This chapter helps you get the Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to
TV Video Player cradle connected to your television set.
Connecting the Cradle
Figure 4: Sansa® TakeTV™ Cradle
Follow these steps:
1. Connect the power supply unit to the TakeTV cradle.
2. Connect the power supply unit to an external power source.
3. Connect either the composite (yellow) or S-Video connectors. If both
connections are available, S-Video is preferable.
4. Connect the left (red) and right (white) audio connections.
Figure 5: Composite Video
Connecting the Cradle
Figure 6: S-Video
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Once the cradle is connected, make sure the TV input selection corresponds to the
TakeTV connection. Slip the player into the cradle. Adjust the cradle’s swiveling support
foot until that the player and cradle are upright.
The following screen will be displayed until initialization of the application is completed.
Screenshot 1: Welcome Screen
Connecting the Cradle
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This chapter shows you how to transfer video content
from your computer to your Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV
Video Player.
Loading Video
This chapter describes how to transfer video files from your PC. The process of obtaining
or generating content is not covered. The Sansa® TakeTV™ supports MPEG-4 – DivX and
xVid with a maximum resolution of 720x576 and a maximum bit rate of 7Mbps.
Follow these steps:
1. Connect your Sansa® TakeTV™ to an available USB port on your computer. The
player will appear as a Removable Disk on your computer with a new drive letter
and name.
2. Drag and drop video files from your computer to your TakeTV as you would copy
files to a standard flash drive
NOTE:
-
Organization of files on the device can be according to the user’s
preference – either sorted into folders or not. The device will recognize
the file type and play the content accordingly.
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The TakeTV product is intended to be used for playing back video for
your home and personal enjoyment.
Loading Video
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This chapter shows you how to watch videos stored in
your Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player on the TV.
Playing Video
The Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video player supports MPEG-4 – DivX and xVid, with a
maximum resolution of 720x576 and a maximum bit rate of 7Mbps.
Follow these steps to play video:
1. Insert the Sansa® TakeTV™ player into the cradle
2. The Main Menu will appear once the initialization is completed
Screenshot 2: Main Menu
3. Use the Up or Down arrows to the video you want to watch
4. Press Play or Enter to start the video of your choice
5. If the player identifies a subtitle file (*.srt) in the same folder as the video file,
the Subtitle File Selection window is automatically displayed. The default subtitle
option is off. Select the relevant subtitle for the selected video and press Play to
start
NOTE: If the subtitles are not displayed correctly, you may need to change the
subtitle font in the Settings options.
Playing Video
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This chapter shows you how to customize your Sansa®
TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player’s settings.
Settings
Screenshot 3: Setup Menu
You can change the language, video and other settings on your Sansa® TakeTV™ through
the Setup Menu. Press the Setup button on your remote control to enter the Setup
Menu.
Language (see Page 11)
Video (see page 12)
Miscellaneous (see page 12)
Language
Follow these steps to change the On-Screen Display language:
1. Use the Up or Down arrow buttons to navigate to the Language option
2. Press Enter to display the available languages
3. Select the desired language then press Enter
NOTE: There is only one language available in some regions.
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Video
Follow these steps to change the video settings:
1. Use the Up or Down arrow buttons to navigate to the Video option.
2. Press Enter to move across to the Video menu.
3. Navigate to the setting you wish to change then press Enter.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to navigate between the options and press Enter to
make your selection.
The following Video options are available:
Aspect Ratio
The aspect ratio of an image is its displayed width divided by its height (usually
expressed as X:Y). The aspect ratio of most traditional (CRT) television screens
are 4:3, while high definition (HD) television and most flat screen televisions use
an aspect ratio of 16:9. Use this option to select the aspect ratio best suited to
your television
View Mode
The View Mode determines the way that you will see the image on your screen.
The following options are available:
Fill: This will scale the image up/down horizontally and vertically
respectively in order to fill the height and width of the screen.
Original: This fits the original screen size (only valid for DivX and MPEG).
LetterBox: Refers to the image of a wide-screen picture on a standard 4:3
aspect ratio television screen, typically with black bars above and
below. It is used to maintain the original aspect ratio of the
original source (usually a motion picture of 16:9 aspect ratio or
wider). This setting takes the minimum value of the horizontal
fit scale ratio and determines the vertical fit scale ratio.
Pan Scan: A method of adjusting widescreen film images so that they can
be shown within the proportions of an ordinary 4:3 aspect ratio
television screen, cropping off the sides of the original
widescreen image to focus on the composition's most important
aspects. If 16:9 is selected on 4:3 aspect ratio television, 16:9
content will appear distorted during playback (objects look thin).
NOTE: The View Mode can also be modified by pressing the
Mode button on the remote control while watching video.
TV System
Use this option to select your TV system: PAL or NTSC.
Miscellaneous
Subtitle Font
The language of the DivX subtitle is determined according to the subtitles file.
The DivX subtitle font defines the language domain to use when displaying the
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subtitles on the screen. You cannot change the actual language of the subtitles
by changing this option. If your subtitle do not display correctly on the screen,
check that the selected language domain is correct and, if necessary, change it.
To define the language domain to be used for the DivX subtitles:
1. Use the Right arrow button, navigate to the OSD Language menu option.
2. Press Enter to display the available language domains.
3. Select the required domain then press Enter.
Use Default Settings
On this screen you can choose whether or not to use the default settings.
Selecting the Use Default Settings option will display a dialog box where you
have two options:
- Select Yes to restore use default settings. The system will exit and reload
with the default settings
- Select No to close the setup menu and continue using your custom settings
DivX Registration
The Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player supports DivX DRM for DivX video
downloaded from DivX website. You will be asked to provide the DivX registration
code provided in this menu.
Please refer to http://vod.divx.com for the list of video available for download to
your Sansa TakeTV PC to TV Video Player, and full instructions.
Firmware Version
This menu shows the current firmware version of your Sansa® TakeTV™. SanDisk
may occasionally release firmware updates, which includes bug fixes and
performance enhancements. To make sure your Sansa® TakeTV™ has the latest
firmware, please visit the download area at www.sandisk.com.
Settings
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This chapter helps you get the most from your SanDisk
Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV Video Player with tips and
troubleshooting.
Tips and Troubleshooting
Does Sansa® TakeTV™ support HDMI?
No, the current version of TakeTV supports composite and S-Video outputs and a
resolution of up to 720x576.
Is TakeTV™ compatible with my computer?
The TakeTV player is compatible with any Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X (v10+),
or Linux computer that has a USB port. The device does not require any software
installation.
What video codecs are supported by TakeTV™?
The TakeTV player supports MPEG-4 – DivX and xVid.
What audio formats does TakeTV™ support?
TakeTV supports the following audio formats: WMA, MP3 mono and stereo audio
(including low sampling rate), MPEG 1 layer II, AC3, PCM, and LPCM.
What bit rate does the Sansa® TakeTV™ Player support?
TakeTV supports up to 7Mbps.
Does Sansa® TakeTV™ Player support Mac and Linux?
Yes, the Sansa TakeTV supports Mac OS 10.X and higher, and Linux.
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Does TakeTV™ support subtitles?
Yes, decoding and playback of sub-pictures (including highlight), and closed captions
(“line 21”) data. DivX subtitles are also supported.
What TV systems are supported?
Both the PAL and NTSC TV systems are supported.
Does TakeTV™ support wide screen TV?
Yes. The TV Aspect setting allows you to select the aspect ratio of the TV. The following
options are available:
• TV aspect ratio of 4:3 - CRT, ordinary TV set
• TV aspect ratio of 16:9 - LCD, Plasma, most flat screen TVs
The view mode determines how the image will be viewed on your screen and is also
user-definable. Please refer to the Settings chapter for full details of the available
options.
Which Audio/Video output signals does TakeTV™
support?
TakeTV supports the following outputs:
-
Video output: Composite video (CVBS) and S-video (Y/C).
-
Audio output: Analog stereo. May be in Dolby Surround 2.0, depending on content.
What is the maximum resolution that the TakeTV™
supports?
TakeTV supports up to 720 x 576 resolutions.
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This chapter provides information to help you get
service and support for your Sansa® TakeTV™ PC to TV
Video Player.
Learn More, Service, and
Warranty Information
Getting Technical Support
Before you contact Technical Support, we encourage you to read the Tips &
Troubleshooting section on page 14 to see if your question is covered there.
If you have questions about the use or features of your player, please call the SanDisk
Technical Support Center at 1-866-SanDisk (1-866-726-3475), or fill out an on-line
support request at http://www.sandisk.com/techsupport.
When you call or contact us for support, please include as much information as you can
from your packaging material. This will allow us to help you more quickly.
Learn More
You can also visit us on the web at http://www.sandisk.com to learn more about your
player as well as other SanDisk products.
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use for one year from your date of purchase, subject to the conditions below. This
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whether authorized or not. This warranty does not apply to any third party software
provided with the product and you are responsible for all service and repair needed for
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