Coby DP854 AC Instruction manual

Coby DP854 AC Instruction manual
COBY Electronics Corp.
1991 Marcus Avenue, Suite 301
Lake Success, NY 11042
www.cobyusa.com
www.ecoby.com
8″ Widescreen Digital Photo
Frame with Multimedia Playback
850 / 852 / 854 AC
DP850
DP852
DP854
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully before operation
WARNING:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this device to rain or moisture. Dangerous high
voltage is present inside the enclosure. Do not open the cabinet.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot of outlet and fully
insert.
Protect your hearing: Hearing experts advise against the constant use of personal stereos
played at high volume. Constant exposure to high volumes can lead to hearing loss. If you should
experience ringing in the ears or hearing loss, discontinue use and seek medical advice.
FCC Statement:
this device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
DP850, DP852 or DP854
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital
devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with Class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of
the FCC rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified
in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required
to stop operation of the equipment.
CALENDAR
Date & Clock Screen
CREATING SLIDESHOWS
Opening the Vividshare
Photo Set
Buttons in the Storyboard
Buttons in the Timeline
Editing the Length of Photos and Music in the Timeline
Top View
Left View
Right View
Front View
Rear View
Remote Control
SLIDESHOW MODE
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PHOTO MODE
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Photo Mode Screen
Photo View
Zoom
Rotation
Changing View
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MOVIE MODE
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Slideshow
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Video List Screen
Video Controls
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MUSIC MODE
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Music List
Music Playback Screen
Music Controls
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Style
On the Style Screen
Decoration
Text
Clipart
Effect
Adjusting the Length of the Text / Clipart / Effect
Buttons in the Timeline
Create
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VIVIDSHARE MODE
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Enjoying Your slideshows
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FILE MANAGER
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File List
Deleting / Copying a File
System Setup
Photo Setup
Calendar Setup
Video Setup
Music Setup
VividShare Setup
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KICKSTAND
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS for Vividshare
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Please make sure that the items shown below are included in the package. Should
an item be missing, please contact the local retailer from which you purchased this
product.
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DP850
DP852
DP854
DP850 / DP852 or DP854
CHANGE
VIEW
ROTATE
CLOCK
2
4
3
COPY
/DEL
+
MENU
-
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1.
2.
DP Frame x 1
(DP850 , DP852 or DP854)
3.
AC Adapter x 1
4.
Manual x 1
Remote Control x 1
5.
Kickstand and Screw x 1
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8" widescreen TFT LCD color display
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Displays JPEG, BMP and JPG photo files
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Plays MP3, WMA, OGG,ADPCM-WAV and PCM-WAV music files
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Plays MJPEG, MPEG-4, AVI, MOV, MP4, 3GP video files
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Photo slideshow mode with music
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Calendar and clock with alarm timer
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Card slots
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Full-size USB port for use with flash memory drives
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Integrated speaker
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Full-function remote control included
Wall-mountable design with detachable stand
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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6
9
• Press this button to fast-reverse through
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the ENTER button to confirm.
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2
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DP850
DP852
DP854
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the current track during music/video
playback, press again for normal
playback.
• Press this button to view the previous
image in photo / slideshow mode.
Up
• Press for up during menu selection.
• On the Main Menu Screen, select the
desired memory device, and then press
the ENTER button to confirm.
• Press this button to fast-forward through
the current track during music/video
playback, press again for normal
playback.
• Press this button to view next image in
photo / slideshow mode.
LEFT VIEW
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6. Power switch
7. USB Full-Size ( For use with USB flash
drives)
8. USB-Mini ( for PC connection)
9. Headphone / Earphone Jack
10. Power in Jack
RIGHT VIEW ( CARD SLOTS)
11. Secure Digital (SD) / Multi Media Card
(MMC) / Memory Stick (MS) /
XD-Picture (XD)
12. Compact Flash (CF)
FRONT VIEW
13. 8″ TFT LCD Screen
14. Remote Sensor
REAR VIEW
15. Detachable Kickstand
16. Speaker and Ventilation Slots
Remote Control
TOP VIEW
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1. VOL • Press for left in Photo Thumbnail Mode.
• To turn down the volume level in Music,
Video and Photo / Slideshow mode.
• In File Manager Mode: press this button
to access the “ Copy to internal
memory? ” dialogue box, select and
confirm Yes to start copying.
VOL +
• Press for right in Photo Thumbnail Mode.
• To turn up the volume level in Music,
Video and Slideshow Mode.
• In File Manager Mode: press this button
to access the “ Delete files ? ” dialogue
box, select and confirm Yes to delete.
2. Enter / Slideshow
• Press for enter during menu selection.
• Press this button to play/pause music /
video.
• Press this button to pause the
background music in photo (full-screen)
display mode/ slideshow mode, press
again to resume the music.
• In photo (full-screen) display mode,
press and hold this button to start / stop
photo slideshow.
3. Change View
• Press this button to shift between the
view modes Crop to Fill, Full Screen and
Fit to Screen in photo (full-screen)
display mode.
• In Calendar Mode: Press this button to
change the Calendar Mode.
4. Menu
• Press for exit.
• On the Main Menu Screen, press this
button to move the cursor to the memory
device list.
5. Down
• Press for down during menu selection.
• On the Main Menu Screen, select the
desired memory device, and then press
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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10.
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12.
13.
CHANGE VIEW
ROTATE
SLIDESHOW
MENU
PLAY / PAUSE
UP
LEFT
DOWN
RIGHT
ENTER
CLOCK
COPY / DELETE
ZOOM
THUMBNAIL
VOL +
VOL -
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CHANGE
VIEW
CLOCK
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ROTATE
+
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4
5
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COPY
/DEL
MENU
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
Installing a Memory Card
Using the Remote Control
To load a battery in the remote:
Your picture frame supports the following types of memory cards:
Pull in the direction of the arrow
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Memory Stick (MS)
2.
Slide the compartment out
Compact Flash (CF)
3.
Place the battery in the compartment with the positive side ( + ) facing up
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4.
Push the compartment in to close
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Secure Digital (SD)
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Multi Media Card (MMC)
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USB Flash Storage Drive
1.
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2
3
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XD-Picture (XD)
Simply insert the memory card of your choice into its corresponding card slot located on the left panel of the photo frame. Take care to orient the card in the proper
direction.
Getting photos and files onto your picture frame for viewing couldn’t be easier!
To use the remote:
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Point the remote at the remote sensor of the photo frame at a distance of no
more than 15 feet (15″) and at an angle no greater than 60 degrees.
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Batteries will last for about one year under typical usage. Replace the batteries if the remote is no longer working.
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Do not spill water on the remote control.
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Do not use the remote control for other equipment at the same time.
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Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be in use for an extended
period of time.
The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical
hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, incinerate, or
heat the batteries.
Used batteries should be disposed of safely and not incinerated.
Attention should be shown to the environmental aspects of battery
disposal.
Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
Powering your Digital Picture Frame
Your Picture Frame should be connected to
an AC 100-240V wall outlet.
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DC OUT: 9V 1.5A
Using the supplied power adapter,
plug one end of the adapter into
your photo frame’s Power In jack
and plug the other end into an AC
100-240V wall outlet.
DP850 / DP852 / DP854
Do not connect the power plug to a power outlet other than that
which is indicated here or on the label as this may result in the risk
of fire or electric shock.
Do not handle the power plug with wet hands. Doing so may cause
electric shock.
Use only AC adapters of the type specified here. Failure to do so
may cause a fire or damage the player.
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
Turning Your Photo Frame On/Off
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To turn your photo frame on, set the Power Switch to the “On” position.
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To turn your photo frame off, set the Power Switch to the “Off” position.
Menu Interface Navigation
To select the different menu options and files of your digital photo frame:
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Use the Navigation keys to make a selection.
Main Menu Screen
Upon turning on the power, your photo frame will display the “ Main Menu ”
screen shown below.
Press the MENU button and then press the UP/DOWN button to select an
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available card slot.
Selected
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To move the selection up, press
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To move the selection down, press
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To move the selection left, press
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To move the selection right, press
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Press ENTER to confirm the highlighted selection.
Inserted
No Card
To return to the previous screen, press MENU.
Computer Connection (USB)
Selected
Connect the DP frame to a computer with a USB cable to:
• Transfer files to and from your photo frame’s installed memory cards.
• Perform basic file management functions.
• To make photo slideshows in Vividshare software. See Creating Slideshows
for operation details. To enjoy the slideshows on this DP frame , see
Vividshare Mode sections for operation details.
Connecting to a Computer
Connect the photo frame to your computer with a USB cable. Upon connection:
• Your computer will automatically recognize the memory cards installed in
your photo frame. Icons representing your installed memory cards will appear
as “Removable Disk ” when you open “My Computer”.
Inserted:
No Card:
Selected:
A card icon that is in-color indicates that a memory card has
been inserted (installed) in the corresponding slot.
A card icon that is grayed-out indicates that a memory card
has not been installed in the corresponding slot and is not
available for use.
A highlighted frame indicates that the card slot is selected. Only
card slots with an installed memory card may be selected.
Highlighted: the Video icon is being selected.
Memory: Built-in Memory
CF: CF card
USB Port
(computer)
USB Port (mini)
DP850 / DP852 / DP854
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MAIN MENU SCREEN
Make sure that there’s no USB flash drive connecting to the DP frame
before connecting the DP frame to a computer.
4 IN 1: SD / MMC / MS / XD Card
USB: USB flash drive
You can save pictures on the Memory ( built-in memory ) and enjoy them as
a demo slideshow. see File Manager section for operation details.
The demo slideshow will automatically start in approximately 8 seconds if
there is no card inserted.
The demo slideshow will stop when a card is inserted or any button is
pressed.
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PHOTO MODE
SLIDESHOW MODE
Slideshow
To display your photographs as a slideshow, press the SLIDESHOW
time.
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button at any
To pause / resume background music during the slideshow, press the ENTER button.
To play the next / previous track, press the UP or DOWN button.
To adjust the volume level, press the VOL- or VOL+ button.
To stop the slideshow, press the SLIDESHOW
resume.
To exit, press the MENU button.
button, press it again to
Press the Thumbnail button or select the PHOTO icon on the Main Menu
screen and press the ENTER button to enter the Photo Mode shown
below:
( Make sure that the Display Mode is set to Thumbnail in Photo Setup, See
SETUP section.)
PHOTO MODE SCREEN
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To display a photo (full screen), use the direction buttons to select a
thumbnail and press the ENTER button to confirm.
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Photo
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Photo1.JPG
302×227
39.1KB
2009/1/9
17:10
1/66
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1. An image file is being selected.
2. Information of the Seleted image file.
3. Current Memory Device
The Photo List will display supported Photo files, only.
Your photo frame can display baseline JPEG / JPG / BMP files.
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MOVIE MODE
PHOTO MODE
Photo View
Select a thumbnail from the Photo Mode screen and press t h e ENTER button to
display the photo in full-screen.
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To view the previous photo, press the LEFT button (or the UP button on the
DP frame).
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To view the next photo, press the RIGHT button (or the DOWN button on the
DP frame).
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To change the background music press the UP / DOWN button on the remote
control.
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To rotate the photo, press the ROTATE button.
To play your digital video files, select the Video icon from the Main Menu screen and
press the ENTER button.
Video List Screen
Upon entering Video Mode, your photo frame will scan the memory device for available video files and display the “Video List“ screen shown below. The Video List
displays the filenames of all available video files.
Use the direction keys to select a video file and press t h e ENTER
b u t t o n to start playback.
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FLODER A
Zoom
FLODER B
To change the level of magnification, press ZOOM.
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125%
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FLODER C
Each successive press of ZOOM will change the level of magnification as
shown below:
150%
175%
200%
225%
250%
ZOOM OFF
FLODER D
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Video
MOVIE FILE A
2009/1/9
15:52
2.473MB
5/12
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MOVIE FILE A
MOVIE FILE B
To pan around the magnified picture, use the direction keys.
During magnification, press the ENTER button for 100% display.
MOVIE FILE C
MOVIE FILE D
Rotation
To rotate the picture, press the Rotate button.
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Each successive press of ROTATE will change the degree of rotation as shown
below:
Rotation 90
Rotation 180
Rotation 270
Rotation 0
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1.
2.
3.
A video file is being selected.
Information of the selected File.
Current Memory Device
Changing View
Press the CHANGE VIEW button to change between the screen ratio modes Full Screen, Fit to
Screen and Crop to Fill.
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The Video List will display supported Video files, only.
Your photo frame can play Motion JPEG, AVI, MPEG1 and MPEG4 video files.
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MOVIE MODE
Video Controls
Use the DIRECTION keys to select a video file and press the ENTER button to start
playback.
During playback:
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To pause playback, press the PLAY / PAUSE button. To resume playback,
press it again.
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To adjust the volume level, press the VOL- or VOL+ button.
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MUSIC MODE
To play your digital audio files, select Music icon from the Main Menu screen
and press the ENTER button.
Music List
Upon entering Music Mode, your photo frame will scan the memory device for available audio files and display the “Music List“ screen shown below. The Music List
displays the filenames of all available audio files.
Use the direction keys to select an audio file and press t h e ENTER
b u t t o n to start playback.
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To fast-forward through the current file, press the RIGHT button on the remote
control (or the UP button on the DP frame).
To fast-reverse through the current file, press the LEFT button on the remote
control (or the DOWN button on the DP frame).
FLODER A
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Press the ENTER button for normal playback.
FLODER B
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To stop playback, press the MENU button.
FLODER C
FLODER D
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Music
MUSIC FILE A
4MB
ARTIST
TRACK’S NAME
ALBUM
2
5/16
MUSIC FILE A
MUSIC FILE B
MUSIC FILE C
3
MUSIC FILE D
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2.
3.
4.
5.
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A music file is being selected.
Information of the selected File.
Current memory device.
Music Effect ( See SETUP section).
Playback Mode ( See SETUP section).
Once
Normal
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The Music List will display supported audio files, only.
Your photo frame can play digital MP3, WMA and OGG audio
. files
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MUSIC MODE
CALENDAR
Music Playback Screen
To view the time and date, press the CLOCK button on the remote control or select
the Calendar icon from the Main Menu screen and press the ENTER button to
access the Date & Clock Screen.
FLODER A
FLODER B
FLODER C
FLODER D
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MUSIC FILE A
4MB
ARTIST
TRACK’S NAME
ALBUM
2
Jan
MUSIC FILE A
MUSIC FILE B
MUSIC FILE C
MUSIC FILE D
00:02:58 00:03:47
Once
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Normal
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Current Audio File
Information of the Current Song.
Elapsed Time / Total Playback Time
Playback Mode ( See Music Setup in SETUP section).
Music Effect ( See Music Setup in SETUP section).
Music Controls
During playback:
• To pause playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button. To resume playback,
press it again.
• To fast-forward through the current file, press the RIGHT button on the remote
control, press it again for normal playback.
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Date & Clock Screen
To fast-reverse through the current file, press the LEFT button on the remote
control, press it again for normal playback.
To play the next file, press the DOWN button to select and press the ENTER
button to confirm.
To play the previous file, press the UP button to select and press the ENTER
button to confirm.
To stop playback, press the MENU button.
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
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11 12 13 14 15
18 19 20 21 22
25 26 27 28 29
2009
Fri Sat
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30 31
PM
03:06:06
• Press the UP/DOWN button on the remote control to view the next /
previous month.
• Press the ENTER button to pause the background music and the
slideshow, press again to resume.
• Press the VOL+/VOL- to adjust the volume level.
• There’re five Date & Clock display modes available, you can press the
CHANGEVIEW button to select the desired one.
Details of operation for setting the time, date and alarm, see Calendar
Setup in SETUP section.
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CREATING SLIDESHOWS
CREATING SLIDESHOWS
To create photo slideshows in the Vividshare and enjoy them on this DP frame.
Opening the Vividshare
• Connect the DP frame to a computer by a USB cable ( see Computer
Connection section).
• Open “My Computer” and double-click the
Vividshare icon to access
the Vividshare shown below.
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Photo Set
Select images files from the Preview Panel for creating photo slideshow.
• In Preview Panel, hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard and select the desired
image files, then release the Ctrl key and click the Add Photo button to add the
image files in the Storyboard / Timeline.
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Storyboard / Timeline
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Vividshare
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2.
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5.
6.
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Disks / Folders on the Computer.
Preview Panel: displays photo thumbnails of the selected disk.
Sort / Size: sorts files by size, name etc.
Photo Set / Style / Decoration / Create Tab
Storyboard / Timeline
Buttons in Storyboard / Timeline
Make sure that there’s no USB flash drive connecting to the DP frame
before connecting the DP frame to a computer.
Buttons in the Storyboard
Add Photo: Select image files from the Preview panel and click Add Photo to confirm
them to be the slideshow photos, which will be displayed in Storyboard / Timeline.
Add Audio: Click this button and select the desired audio file from the computer,
press the OK button to confirm.
Edit Photo: Select a photo file from the Storyboard, and press this button to access
the Edit Photo window.
• Click the Add Text button
to active the Text panel for
adding text.
• Select Rotate / Crop to rotate
/ crop the current image.
• Select Effect to change the
color / brightness / contrast
of the current image file.
• To save the settings, click
Save. Click OK to save it in
the Timeline / Storyboard
Edit Photo Window
and exit. Click Restore to
reset all these settings to
their factory default state. Click Cancel to exit without saving.
Delete Photo: Select the unwanted photo from the Storyboard and click this button
to delete it from the Storyboard.
Background: Sets the background color of the current slideshow.
Creating a Photo Slideshow needs at least 6 image files.
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CREATING SLIDESHOWS
CREATING SLIDESHOWS
Style
• Buttons in the Timeline
To select / change animated styles of the photos.
Click Style tab to enter Style screen shown below.
Click the Timeline button on the Vividshare window to access the Timeline.
Add Photo / Add Audio /Background: Operation details, see Buttons in the
Storyboard section.
Delete Sytle: Select the unwanted style from the Timeline and click this button
to delete it.
• Editing the length of photos and music in the Timeline
Music
Bar
File List
Music AA.wma
Preview Window
Connection
Line
• Move the cursor to the connection line of images, click the line to view the
length of the image.
• Move the cursor to the connection line of the images, the cursor then will turn
to
, drag the connection line to the left / right to adjust the length.
• To adjust the length of the audio, move the cursor to the end of the Music bar,
when the cursor becomes
,drag the end of the bar to the left/right.
You can also slide the Music bar to the left / right in the Timeline.
On the Style screen:
• Click a style file from A_Modern / B_Theme / C_Photon to preview it.
• Select the desired style file from the File List and click the Add Style button
to add the style in the Timeline.
• To replace a style, drag and drop a new style to the one that you want to
replace in the Timeline.
• To delete a style file, select an unwanted style from the Timeline, and click
Delete Style button.
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Details of operation for Double Click to Add Text, Drag Clipart to
here, Drag Effect to here, see Decoration Section.
You can edit the length of photos, music, Text, Clipart and Effect
in the Timeline.
The number shown on the animated style file is the number of photos
needed for this style.
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CREATING SLIDESHOWS
Decoration
CREATING SLIDESHOWS
• Clipart
you can add your customized text caption with different text effects, stunning
scene effect, animated clipart and sound in flexible timeline to make your photo
slideshows more funny and lively.
Click Clipart button and select a clipart image from the File List and click the Add
button to access the Edit Clipart window shown below:
File List
Edit Clipart
Decoration Screen
• You can adjust the Size / Rotation / Alpha of the current clipart.
• Click the OK button to add the Clipart in the Timeline.
• Text
• Effect
Click the Add Text button
for editing texts, click the
Advanced
button
for
advanced text effect.
Click Ok to add the text in
the Timeline.
• Click Effect button and select a file from the File List.
• Click the Add button to add it in the Timeline.
Add Text Window
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CREATING SLIDESHOWS
• Adjusting the length of the Text / Clipart / Effect
After adding the Text, Clipart and the Effect, the Timeline displays their bars shown
below:
Text
Clipart
Effect
To adjust the length of the Text / Clipart / Effect, move the cursor to the end of the
bar, when the cursor beocmes
,drag the end of the bar to the left / right.
You can also slide the bar to the left / right in the Timeline.
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CREATING SLIDESHOWS
Create
After you preview the whole photo slideshow and feel satisfied with the effect,
click the Create VVD button to create your photo slideshow in VVD format .
Create
VVD Button
Preview Window
Buttons in Timeline
Intro/Credit
You can preview and pick your favorite Intro / Credit file and add your movie
information, such as title, director, cast, etc, and set the text effects like movie
style.
Play button Stop button
• Click the Play button to preview the whole photo slideshow.
• Click the Stop button to stop.
• Click the Create VVD button to start creating the photo slideshow in VVD
format.
• After finished, click the YES to confirm.
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VIVIDSHARE MODE
Enjoying Your slideshows
To enjoy the slideshows made by Vividshare on the DP frame. Select and confirm
VividShare on the Main Menu screen.
FILE MANAGER
You can browse all supported digital files of the selected memory device and to delete
files from the memory device or copy files from other memory devices to the built-in
memory.
File List
Upon entering File Manager, your photo frame will scan the memory device for all available files and display the “File List“ screen shown below.
VividShare
Slideshow 1.VVD
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Use the navigation keys to select a file and press the ENTER button to view its
information.
Press the MENU button to exit.
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FLODER A
PHOTO
VIDEO
VVD
1
MUSIC FILE A
File
Manager
VVD
3FILES
2021/12/25
08:01
2
4/36
MUSIC FILE B
LYH55144. VVD
Selected File
LYH55156. VVD
• Press the LEFT / RIGHT button to select the desired slideshow file which
will be displayed in the middle, press the ENTER button to start playback.
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MOVIE FILE C
1.
2.
3.
Selected Folder in the File List
Information of Selected Folder / File
Current Memory Device
Deleting / Copy a File
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To delete a file, select the unwanted file from the File List and press the COPY /
DEL button to access the “ COPY / DEL” dialogue box. Select DEL and then
Confirm YES.
To copy a file to the Memory (built-in memory), select the desired file from the
File List and press the COPY / DEl button to access the “ COPY/DEL” dialogue
box. Select COPY and then confirm YES.
Press the MENU button to exit.
Please refer to the Photo Mode, Music Mode, and Video Mode
sections of this manual for playback controls
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SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
To adjust the settings and options of your digital photo frame, select SETUP from the
Main Menu and press the ENTER button to confirm. The Setup Menu will be
displayed on screen.
Photo Setup
Display Mode
Display Ratio
System Setup
Slideshow Duration
Photo Setup
Slideshow Effect
Slideshow Repeat
Calendar Setup
Video Setup
Sets the photo display mode for
entering the Photo Mode from the
Main Menu.
Slideshow
Fit to Screen
Sets the photo display ratio.
Sets the time interval of slideshow 5Sec.
photos.
Sets the photo slideshow effect.
Random
Sets the photo slideshow repeat On
function on/off
Music Setup
Calendar Setup
VividShare Setup
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Use the DOWN/UP keys to highlight and display an option / sub-menu.
Press the RIGHT/LEFT button to select an option.
To exit the Setup Menu, press the MENU button.
System Setup
Brightness
Backlight
Contrast
Saturation
Hue
Language
Sets the brightness of the screen.
Sets the backlight of the screen.
Sets the Contrast of the screen.
Sets the Saturation of the screen.
Sets the Hue of the screen.
Sets the menu language of the player.
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English
Display Mode
Date
Clock Mode
Sets the Clock Mode
Clock Time
To set the Clock Time: Press the UP / DOWN
button to select the the time, and press the
LEFT/RIGHT button to select the desired time.
To set an Alarm Time: Press the UP / DOWN
button to select the Off/On and time and press the
LEFT/RIGHT button to select the desired time and
On.
To delay the alarm timer, when the alarm timer
sounds, press the ENTER button to turn it off
completely, press any other buttons to delay it. The
alarm timer will sound again 9 minutes, 18 mintues
and 27 minutes later. The alarm will then turn off
automatically.
Mon to Fri.
Sets the Alarm Frequency
Alarm 1
Sets the Alarm Tone
Sets Snooze Mode
Alarm Time
Sets the auto-power on/off time for the player.
Auto-Power On 1. Make sure the Power switch on the DP frame is set to ON.
Auto-Power Off 2. Press the UP/DOWN button to select On / Off and time.
Auto-Power
Frequency
Reset
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3. Press the LEFT/RIGHT button to select the desired time and
On/Off.
Sets the Auto-Power On / Off Frequency.
Resets all settings to their factory default state.
Calendar+
Time+Slideshow
To set Date: Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the number of the date and year, and press the
LEFT/RIGHT button to adjust.
Sets the Calendar display mode
Alarm Frequency
Alarm Tone
Snooze
12-Hour
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SETUP MENU
CONNECTION
Headphones
Video Setup
Display Ratio
Play Mode
Sets the Video display ratio.
Sets the Video Playback Mode.
Fit to Screen
Repeat
Sets the music effect .
Sets the music playback mode.
Normal
Repeat
Music Setup
Music Effect
Play Mode
DP850 / DP852 / DP854
VividShare Setup
Play Mode
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Sets the playback
Slideshows.
mode
of
VVD
Repeat
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KICKSTAND
Using the Kickstand
FIRMWARE UPGRADES
From time to time, COBY may release firmware updates to improve the performance of the DP frame or to add additional features. Please check the COBY web site periodically at www.cobyusa.com to see if new firmware has been released for
your photo frame.
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Attach the kickstand to the DP frame.
2
Turn the screw to the right to tighten the kickstand.
DP850,DP852 or DP854
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have a problem with this device, please read the troubleshooting guide
below and check our website at www.cobyusa.com for Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQs) and firmware updates. If these resources do not resolve the
problem, please contact Technical Support.
ADDRESS
COBY Electronics Technical Support
56-65 Rust Street
Maspeth, NY 11378
EMAIL
[email protected]
WEB
www.cobyusa.com
PHONE
800-727-3592: Weekdays 8AM–11PM EST
Saturdays 9AM–5:30PM EST
718-416-3197: Weekdays 8AM–5:30PM EST
The player does not turn on.
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Make sure the unit has been powered on manually (i.e., the Power Switch has
been physically set to the ON position).
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Ensure that the power cord has been properly connected to the power outlet.
The sound quality of the music is poor.
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Try playing the file on your computer. If the sound quality is still poor, try downloading the file again or re-encoding the file yourself.
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Ensure that the bit rate of the file is not too low. The higher the bit rate of the
file, the better it will sound. The minimum recommended bitrate is 8-320 kbps
for MP3s and 5-384 kbps for WMAs,64-320 for OGGs, 32--384 for ADPCM-WAVs
and 128--1536 for PCM-WAVs
I cannot select a memory card.
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Ensure that a memory card has been installed.
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Ensure that the memory card is properly installed.
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Ensure that the memory card is not defective.
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Do not use SDHC memory cards. They are not supported by
this DP frame.
The player will not play my music file.
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Ensure that the file is in a compatible format (MP3,WMA, OGG, ADPCM-WAV
or PCM-WAV).
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The file may be copy-protected. This player cannot play copy-protected files.
The player will not play my video file.
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Ensure that the video file will play on your computer using Windows Media
Player 10. If the file works on the computer, use the same computer to convert
the video to a compatible format.
The Vividshare Can’t be opened on a computer.
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Make sure that there’s no USB flash drive connecting to the DP frame.
Remove the USB flash drive and reconnect the DP frame to a computer.
There is no sound.
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Ensure that the volume level of the DP frame has been set to a reasonable
level by the remote control or the volume buttons on the top panel of the DP
frame.
The remote control does not work.
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Make sure the unit has been powered on manually (i.e., the Power Switch has
been physically set to the ON position).
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Remove any obstacles between the remote control and the frame.
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Point the remote control towards the remote sensor on the frame.
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Ensure that the battery has been installed correctly in the remote control.
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Replace the battery.
The alarm does not work.
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Make sure the Alarm Setting is set properly in Calendar Setup in Setup Menu.
Make sure the volume is set to a comfortable listening level by the remote
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control or the volume buttons on the top panel of the DP frame.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Display Type
8″ Full-Color TFT LCD
Display Resolution
800 (H) x 480 (V)
Memory
MS Card Slot
CF Card Slot
SD/MMC Card Slot
xD Card Slot
Full-size USB port
Audio Format Support
WMA (5 ~ 384kbps 8~48KHz)
MP3 (8 ~ 320kbps 8~48KHz)
OGG (64~ 320kbps 8~48KHz)
ADPCM-WAV (32 ~ 384kbps 8~48KHz)
PCM-WAV (128 ~ 1536kbps 8~48KHz)
Video Format Support
AVI, MOV, MP4 and 3GP
MPEG4, MJPEG
Photo Format Support
JPEG, BMP, JPG
USB Host
USB 2.0 High-Speed
Audio Output
3.5mm Stereo / Headphone
Built-in Speaker
DC 9V, 1.5A
100-240V AC Adapter
Supply battery for the clock for
about 900 days.
From 1900~ 2099 years.
Power Supply
Built-in lithium battery
Calendar
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Specifications and manual are subject to change without prior notice.
907-DP85-0000-00R/907-DP85-2000-00R/907-DP85-4000-00R
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS for VIVIDSHARE
NOTE
System Requirements for Vividshare
Item
Basic
Recommended
Processor (CPU)
Pentium IV 1.0 GHz
Pentium IV 2.4 GHz or above
RAM
256 MB (For Windows
2000 and XP)
1GB (For Windows Vista)
Free Disk Space
512 MB available
1G or above
Software Support
Macromedia Flash
Player 8.0
Macromedia Flash Player 9.0
or above
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP
(SP2 or later) /Vista
DirectX 9.0 or above
Other reqirements
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Windows-- compatible display with at least
1024dpi x 768dpi resolution
Windows- compatible sound card (Recommended)
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