UT MyMovie MV3800 User`s guide

UT MyMovie MV3800 User`s guide
MV3800 MyMovie HD Media Recorder
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1.0 : Introduction............................................................................................................ 5
1.2.0 : Features Highlight ................................................................................................... 5
1.3.0 : Specifications.......................................................................................................... 5
1.3.1 : I/O Interfaces Supported .............................................................................. 5
1.3.2 : File System Supported .................................................................................. 6
1.3.3 : Content Formats Supported........................................................................... 6
1.3.4 : Video Codecs Supported ............................................................................... 6
1.3.5 : Audio Codecs Supported ............................................................................... 6
1.3.6 : Subtitle Formats Supported ........................................................................... 6
1.3.7 : Network Feature .......................................................................................... 6
1.3.8 : Description for details................................................................................... 7
1.3.9 : Video Recording Mode .................................................................................. 7
1.4.0 : Contents of box ....................................................................................................... 8
1.5.0 : Functionality ........................................................................................................... 8
1.5.1 : A/V Output.................................................................................................. 8
1.5.2 : Multimedia Playback ..................................................................................... 8
1.5.3 : DVB-T TV .................................................................................................... 8
1.5.4 : Video Recording........................................................................................... 8
1.5.5 : Network Feature .......................................................................................... 8
1.5.6 : File Copy..................................................................................................... 8
1.5.7 : USB 2.0 Support .......................................................................................... 9
1.6.0 : Packaging List ......................................................................................................... 9
1.7.0 : Cautions ................................................................................................................. 9
1.7.1 : Usage Cautions ............................................................................................ 9
1.7.2 : Power ......................................................................................................... 9
1.7.3 : Radio Interference........................................................................................ 9
1.7.4 : Repair ........................................................................................................10
1.7.5 : Disposing of the Player ................................................................................10
1.7.6 : Hard Disk Cautions ......................................................................................10
1.7.7 : Others .......................................................................................................10
1.8.0 Connection ..............................................................................................................11
1.8.1 : Connecting the power supply .......................................................................11
1.8.2 : Connecting to a PC......................................................................................11
1.8.3 : Connecting a USB Device .............................................................................11
1.8.4 : Connecting a Memory Card ..........................................................................12
1.8.5 : Connecting to a TV .....................................................................................12
1.8.6 : Connecting to an Digital Amplifier .................................................................14
1.8.7 : Connecting to a LAN....................................................................................14
1.8.8 : Connecting to a WLAN.................................................................................15
1.9.0 : Power ON/OFF .......................................................................................................15
1.9.1 : Power ON ..................................................................................................15
1.9.2 : Power OFF .................................................................................................15
1.10.0 : Menu Language ....................................................................................................15
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Chapter 2
2.1.0 : About the Player.....................................................................................................16
2.1.1 : Remote Control...........................................................................................16
2.1.2 : Front Panel.................................................................................................19
2.1.3 : Rear Panel .................................................................................................19
Chapter 3
3.1.0 : Setup menu ...........................................................................................................20
3.2.0 : Changing TV Settings..............................................................................................21
3.3.0 : Changing Audio Settings..........................................................................................23
3.3.1 : Night Mode ................................................................................................23
3.3.2 : Digital Output .............................................................................................23
3.4.0 : Changing Video Setting ...........................................................................................24
3.4.1 : Aspect Ratio ...............................................................................................24
3.4.2 : Brightness..................................................................................................24
3.4.3 : Contrast.....................................................................................................24
3.4.4 : TV System..................................................................................................24
3.5.0 : Changing Record Settings........................................................................................25
3.6.0 : Changing Network Settings......................................................................................27
3.6.1 : Wired LAN Setup.........................................................................................27
3.6.2 : Wireless Setup............................................................................................27
3.6.3 : Test Connection ..........................................................................................29
3.6.4 : Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc)..................................................................................29
3.7.0 : Changing System Settings........................................................................................30
3.7.1 : Menu Language ..........................................................................................30
3.7.2 : Text Encoding .............................................................................................30
3.7.3 : Login Control ..............................................................................................30
3.7.4 : System Info ................................................................................................30
3.7.5 : System Update............................................................................................31
3.7.6 : HDD Format ...............................................................................................32
3.7.7 : System Info ................................................................................................33
3.7.8 : Restore Default ...........................................................................................33
3.8.0 : Miscellaneous.........................................................................................................34
3.8.1 : Slide Show Timing.......................................................................................34
3.8.2 : Transition Effect ..........................................................................................34
3.8.3 : Background Music .......................................................................................34
3.8.4 : Screen Saver ..............................................................................................34
3.8.5 : Movie Preview ............................................................................................34
3.8.6 : Resume Playback ........................................................................................34
Chapter 4
4.1.0 : Browser Menu ........................................................................................................35
4.1.1 : Browsing All ...............................................................................................36
4.1.2 : Browsing Music...........................................................................................36
4.1.3 : Browsing Photos .........................................................................................37
4.1.4 : Browsing Movies .........................................................................................37
4.1.5 : A/V Streaming via Network ..........................................................................38
4.1.6 : Browsing through Workgroup .......................................................................39
4.1.7 : Browsing trhough ‘My_Shortcuts’ ..................................................................39
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4.2.0 : A/V Streaming via UPnP-Server ................................................................................40
4.2.1 : Installing UPnP Media Server on your PC .......................................................40
4.2.2 : Sharing Media on your PC ............................................................................41
4.2.3 : Streaming Media on your Player ...................................................................42
4.3.0 : Renaming / Deleting Files ........................................................................................43
4.4.0 : Managing the Playlist ..............................................................................................43
4.4.1 : Adding files to the Playlist ............................................................................43
4.4.2 : Browsing the Playlist ...................................................................................44
Chapter 5
5.1.0 : File Copy Menu ......................................................................................................45
5.1.1 : Station.......................................................................................................46
5.1.2 : Genre ........................................................................................................46
5.1.3 : Favorite .....................................................................................................46
Chapter 6
6.1.0 : Selecting Time REC.................................................................................................47
6.1.1 : Watching TV...............................................................................................47
6.1.2 : Watching DVB-T TV Programs.......................................................................47
6.1.3 : Program List Menu ......................................................................................47
6.1.4 : Info Bar .....................................................................................................48
6.1.5 : Electronic Programming Guide ......................................................................49
6.1.6 : Teletext Menu.............................................................................................49
6.1.7 : Subtitle List Menu .......................................................................................49
Chapter 7
7.1.0 : Timer Record Menu.................................................................................................50
7.1.1 : Creating a New Schedule .............................................................................50
7.1.2 : Editing Schedules ........................................................................................51
7.1.3 : Deleting Schedules ......................................................................................51
7.1.4 : Viewing Schedule Status ..............................................................................52
7.1.5 : Viewing Recording History ............................................................................53
7.1.6 : The REC List ...............................................................................................54
Chapter 8
8.1.0 : Web Server & BitTorrent..........................................................................................55
8.1.1 : Web Server (unicgi) ....................................................................................55
8.2.0 : Account Management .............................................................................................56
8.3.0 : Visit Neighbor (samba)............................................................................................56
8.4.0 : BitTorrent Download (btpd) .....................................................................................57
8.4.1 : Add new torrent..........................................................................................57
8.4.2 : Managing the downloads .............................................................................58
8.4.3 : Settings .....................................................................................................58
Chapter 9
9.1.0 : Upgrading the firmware ..........................................................................................60
Frequently Asked Questions...........................................................................................................61
Copyrights and Trademarks ...........................................................................................................65
Limited Warranty Statement ..........................................................................................................66
FTP Software Management............................................................................................................67
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Chapter: 1
1.1.0 : Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing the MV3800 HD Media Recorder product. We hope you will enjoy using
it as a great home entertainment partner.
The MV3800 HD Media Players & Recorders are designed to enhance the consumer experience with
breathtaking movie quality of High-Definition (HD) video and crystal sound clarity of DTS and Digital Dolby
digital audio. Featuring full support of major media formats, MV3800, offers users a simple way to play their
HD 1080p digital content on any TV.
Instead of keeping shelves full of music CDs, DVDs and Blue Ray Discs movies, more and more people prefer
to build large personal collections of digital content on their desktop or laptop computers. The drawback is
they must use the computer to play these files. Their movie watching or music listening experience is
confined to small screen and small speakers of their computer system. With MV3800, users can simply play
the digital content directly from the pre-assembled internal HDD up to 2TB or from USB external storage
device in the comfort of their living room or bedroom. They are free from struggling with burning media files
onto DVDs or connecting the computer to the TV.
MV3800 also has recording feature of TV shows from the Cable or Satellite, or family videos from a
Camcorder. It provides an ideal setup archiving old VCR tapes and DVDs to digital media files. MV3800 even
supports time-shift and scheduled recording functionalities - making Live TV playback a snap
1.2.0 : Features Highlight
High definition 1080p movie
Crystal clear high definition audio
More video format supported
Build-in HDD
Media Streaming with UPNP
Record, store and playback
USB 2.0 Host ports
Internet Radio
Download Station
NAS
Multi language support
1.3.0 : Specifications
1.3.1 : I/O INTERFACES SUPORTED:
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3.5’’ SATA HDD
USB 2.0 HOST port x 2 (compatible to USB 1.1)
Memory Card slot (supports SD/MMC/MS Pro)
USB 2.0 DEVICE port (connecting to PC)
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Composite (CVBS) A/V jack
Component Y/Pb/Pr jack
HDMI V1.3 interface
S/PDIF coaxial & optical jack
DC-IN 12V
1.3.2 : FILE SYSTEM SURPORTED:
 FAT/FAT32/NTFS/EXT3
1.3.3 : CONTENT FORMATS SUPPORTED:
 AVI/MKV/TS/TP/TRP/M2TS/MPG/MP4/MOV/M4V/VOB/ISO/IFO/DAT/WMV/ASF/RM/
RMVB/FLV, resolution up to 720p/1080i/1080p
 MP3/OGG/WMA/WAV/AAC/FLAC
 HD JPEG/BMP/GIF/TIF/PNG
1.3.4 : VIDEO CODECS SURPORTED:
 MPEG-1
 HD MPEG-2
 HD MPEG-4 SP/ASP/AVC (H.264)
 WMV9 (VC-1)
 RealNetworks (RM/RMVB) 8/9/10, up to 720p
1.3.5 : AUDIO CODECS SURPORTED:
 MP2/3, OGG Vorbis, WMA (DRM, and Advanced Profile not supported), PCM, LPCM, MS-ADPCM,
LC-AAC, HE-AAC, COOK, RA-Lossless
1.3.6 : SUBTITLE FORMATS SURPORTED:
 SRT, SMI, SSA, ASS, IDX/SUB, SUB
1.3.7 : NETWORK FEATURE
 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet
 802.11b/g/n WLAN, up to 300Mbps (supported by optional WLAN USB Adapter)
Record Format
(AV in)
Video/DVB-T Rec.
Audio Rec.
Recorded Format: MPG
DVB-T Record format : TS
Resolution:[email protected](PAL),[email protected](NTSC)
In AV in model :5 adjustable quality level: HQ/SP/LP/EP/SLP
Support TV system: NTSC/PAL/SECAM
MP3(.mp3)
2 Channel: 16KHz,32Kbps24KHz,64Kbps32JHz,96Kbps
Hardware
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Video Input
CVBS
Video Output interfaceHDMI, CVBS, Y/Pb/Pr(up to 720p/1080i)
Audio Output interfaceAnalog Stereo (L/R), S/PDIF, COAXIAL
USB 2.0 plug
1. USB Device*1
2. USB Host*2
Wired: 10M/100M
Ethernet
DVB-T tunner
Card Reader
Wireless: WI-FI(Optional)
1. support digital MPEG4 ,H.264 DVB-T signal.
2. support 6MHZ, 7MHZ, 8MHZ channel DVB-T signal.
3. support Electronic Program Guide function (EPG)
4. Support TV progrem TTX function.
SD/MMC/MS
Storage format
Build-in 3.5”SATA HDD hard disk, 20G-1.5T.
FAT32 AND NTFS ,EXT3 partial
Support external SD/MMC/MS card
Support USB Storage
Voltage
power adapter:
input:100~240V
Dimension
190(H)*173(D)*65mm(W)
Language
English, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean,
Dutch, Russian, Simple Chinese...
AC 50/60HZ, output:12V/3A
1.3.8 : Description for details:
AVI
NTSC
PAL
G/Hour
HQ
SP
LP
4.945Mbps,720*480,30fbs
3.428Mbps,720*480,30fbs
2.528Mbps,720*480,30fbs
4.945Mbps,720*576,25fbs
3.428Mbps,720*576,25fbs
2.528Mbps,720*576,25fbs
2G
1.5G
1G
EP
1.691Mbps,352*240,30fbs
1.691Mbps,352*288,25fbs
0.7G
SLP
1.268Mbps,352*240,30fbs
1.268Mbps,352*288,25fbs
0.5G
1.3.9 : VIDEO RECORDING MODE
Mode
DVD
80 GB HDD 120 GB HDD160 GBHDD
HQ
1hr
16hrs
24hrs
33hrs
LP
EP
SLP
3hrs
4hrs
6hrs
48hrs
64hrs
96hrs
72hrs
96hrs
144hrs
99hrs
132hrs
198hrs
SP
2hrs
32hrs
48hrs
66hrs
Note: The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice.
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1.4.0 Contents of box
MV3800 HD Media Recorder
Remote Control with Batteriese
Quick Installation Guide
Component AV Cables
Composite AV Cables
Power Adapter
HDMI Cable (optional)
Wireless N dongle (optional)
Note:
The actual contents in the package might be different from the packing list in this manual.
1.5.0 Functionality
This MV3800 HD Media Recorder has the following functionality.
1.5.1 : A/V Output
 HDMI V1.3 for high-definition video and digital audio
 Composite & component video and stereo audio for analog audio-visual connection
 S/PDIF coaxial & optical interface for high-fidelity digital audio
 Adjustable video output resolution (NTSC, PAL, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
1.5.2 : Multimedia Playback
 Supports major audio, video and image file formats (1080p HD video decoding)
 Movie format: AVI/MKV/TS/TP/TRP/M2TS/MPG/MP4/M4V/MOV/VOB/ISO/IFO/DAT/
WMV/ASF/RM/RMVB/FLV
 Music format: MP3/OGG/WMA/WAV/AAC/FLAC
 Photo format: HD JPEG/BMP/GIF/TIF/PNG
 Photo slide show with background music
1.5.3 : DVB-T TV
 supports Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial (DVB-T) TV reception
 supports Electronic Program Guide (EPG), Teletext and subtitle.
1.5.4 : Video Recording
 supports one button recording and scheduled recording, can easily record programs from
DVB-T TV, DVD player, DV, etc., and save as MPEG-2 (.mpg, or .ts) format;
 supports time shifting function
1.5.5 : Network Feature
 A/V streaming/transmission via Ethernet (10M/100M) & Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n, optional)
 File sharing via Samba server
 A/V streaming via UPnP Media Server
 BitTorrent download (controlled and managed via web server)
 Digital Radio (SHOUTcast) 3 / 63
1.5.6 : File Copy
 Supports copying & moving files among Card, USB, HDD, and Network
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1.5.7 : USB 2.0 Support
 USB DEVICE port (for computer connection)
 USB HOST port x 2 (for USB storage devices)
Note: All the information contained in this manual was correct at the time of publication. However, as our
engineers are always updating and improving the product, your device‟s software may have a slightly
different appearance or modified functionality than presented in this manual.
1.6.0 Packing List
Part
MV3800 recorder
A/V cable
USB cable
Remote Control
Remote Control Battery
AC/DC wall-mounted adaptor
US plug - UK plug convertor
User Manual
Y/Pb/Pr cable
DVB-T antenna
HDMI cable
Quantity
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1.7.0 Cautions
This player‟s design and manufacture has your safety in mind. In order to safely and effectively use this
player, please read the following before usage.
1.7.1 : Usage Cautions
User should not modify this player. If commercial hard disk is being used, the environmental temperature
should be within +5℃ ~ +35℃.
1.7.2 : Power
The player’s power voltage: DC 12V. When using this player, please connect the supplied AC adapter or AC
adapter cable to the player’s power jack. When placing the adapter cable, make sure it cannot get damaged
or be subject to pressure. To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the adapter first before cleaning it.
Never connect the adapter to the player in a humid or dusty area. Do not replace the adapter or cable’s wire
or connector.
1.7.3 : Radio Interference
If not properly shielded, almost all electronic devices will get radio interference. Under some conditions,
your player might get interference. The design of this player has followed the FCC/CE standard, and has
followed the following rules:
(1) This player may not cause harmful interference;
(2) This player could accept some interference received including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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1.7.4 : Repair
If the player has a problem, you should take it to an appointed repair center and let the specialists do the
repair, never repair the player yourself, you might damage the player or endanger yourself or your data.
1.7.5 : Disposing of the Player
When you dispose of the player, be sure to dispose it appropriately. Some countries may regulate disposal of
electrical device, please consult with your local authority.
1.7.6 : Hard Disk Cautions
The player uses an internal hard disk for data storage, in normal case, format or repair is not required.
You should carefully read the < Frequently Asked Questions > chapter, and check our website for latest
information before formatting the hard disk.
 Physical impact may create bad sector in the hard disk, you can use CHKDSK to fix the problem.
 All data stored in the player may be lost due to physical impact, electrical shock, power lost, HDD
format etc. Please backup your data.
 It is suggested to do defragment after a long period of usage.
 Regularly backup the data in the hard disk so that it can be recovered in the event of data
corruption or loss. Our company takes no responsibility for loss of data stored on the hard disk.
1.7.7 : Others
When using this player, please do not let the player come into contact with water or other liquid, if water is
accidentally spilled on the player, please use a dry cloth to absorb the spillage.
Electronic products are vulnerable, when using please avoid shaking or hitting the player, and do not press
the buttons too hard.
 Do not let the player come into contact with water or other liquid.
 Do not disassemble the player, repair the player or change the design of the player, any damage
done will not be included in the repair policy.
 Do not press the buttons of the player too hard.
 Avoid hitting the player with hard object, avoid shaking the player, and stay away from magnetic
fields.
 During electrostatic discharge and the strong electromagnetic field, the product will malfunction,
then unplug the power cable and the product will return to normal performance next time it is
powered on.
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1.8.0 : Connection
1.8.1 : Connecting the Power Supply
(1) Follow the picture and connect the AC adaptor to the player’s DC IN jack;
(2) Follow the picture and plug in the AC adaptor to the power outlet.
1.8.2 : Connecting to a PC
(1) Make sure the player is powered on;
(2) Plug in the squarish connector of the USB cable to this player’s USB DEVICE port;
(3) Plug in the rectangular connector of the USB cable to computer.
In this way, you can manage content on the built-in HDD of the player on your local PC.
1.8.3 : Connecting a USB Device
(1) Make sure the player is powered on;
(2) Plug in the USB stick or USB HDD etc. to the USB HOST port of this player.
In this way, you can browse contents on the USB device.
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1.8.4 : Connecting a Memory Card
Memory card can be used by inserting to the card slot
(1) Follow the picture to insert the memory card to the card slot properly;
(2) Insert the card by following the arrow pointer in the picture.
In this way, you can browse contents on the memory card.
1.8.5 : Connecting to a TV
A/V OUT
(1) Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color connector to the player’s A/V OUT jack;
(2) Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color connector to the TV’s A/V IN jack.
In this way, you can enjoy the content in the player on TV or other display devices.
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Y/Pb/Pr Component OUT
(1) Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color connector to the player’s Y/Pb/Pr jack;
(2) Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color connector to the TV’s Y/Pb/Pr jack.
Audio Connection while using Y/Pb/Pr Video out:
First method: use the audio output from the A/V OUT jack;
Second method: use the audio output from the S/PDIF Coaxial or Optical jack.
In this way, you can also enjoy videos, music, and photos in the player on TV.
HDMI OUT
(1) Follow the picture and plug one connector on your HDMI cable to the player’s HDMI jack;
(2) Follow the picture and plug the other connector on your HDMI cable to the TV’s HDMI jack. Note: The
HDMI cable is an optional accessory sold separately.
In this way, you can have the highest quality video and audio via a single cable.
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1.8.6 : Connecting to an Digital Amplifier
(1) Follow the picture and plug in the RCA connector on your coaxial cable to the player’s S/PDIF Coaxial
jack. Or if you use optical fiber, please plug in the Toslink connector on your optical fiber to the player’s
S/PDIF Optical jack;
(2) Follow the picture and plug in the other connector on your coaxial cable or optical fiber to the digital
audio device (digital amplifier or decoder).
Note: Optical fiber and coaxial cable are not supplied.
In this way, you can enjoy powerful Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG sound. (Please refer to ‘3.2 Changing
Audio Settings’ for configuration)
1.8.7 : Connecting to a LAN
To connect to a LAN (Local Area Network) you require a cat5, cat5e or cat6 network cable (not supplied).
(1) Connect one of the crystal plugs on the cable to the player’s RJ45 LAN socket;
(2) Connect the other crystal plug on the cable to a RJ45 LAN port on your router, switch, or hub devices.
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1.8.8 : Connecting to a WLAN
(1) Make sure the player is powered on;
(2) Plug the Wireless LAN USB Adapter (i.e. Wi-Fi USB Dongle) to the USB HOST port of the player.
Note: The Wi-Fi Dongle is an optional accessory sold separately. (Please refer to ‘Changing Network
Settings’ for more details about wireless setup)
1.9.0 : Power On / Off
1.9.1 : Power On
After connecting the DC IN jack and press the power button on the front panel, the player will soon enter the
home screen, and the power indicator will turn blue.
1.9.2 : Power Off
Press the power button on the front panel, the player will soon enter standby mode, and the power indicator
will turn red. Then unplug the power cord to cut off the power supply.
1.10.0 : Menu Language
The system language of this player can be set to English or other languages. Change the language you wish
in the setup menu, the selected language will take effect immediately.
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Chapter: 2
2.1.0 : About the Player
2.1.1 : Remote Control
All procedures in this manual can be carried out using the remote control buttons.
See the following for details on each button and its function:
Remark: EPG, TELETEXT, SOURCE button only available in DTV model
1.POWER
2.EPG
3. CONFIRM
4. TELETEXT
5. SELECT
6. TITLE
7. OPTION
8. EJECT
9. MENU
10. Numeric buttons
11. ZOOM
12. GOTO
13.DISPLAY
14. GUIDE
15. Navigational buttons 16.OK
No.
17. REC
18. RETURN
19. VOL-
20. VOL+
21. FR
22. FF
23. STOP
24. PLAY
25. PREV
26. NEXT
27. SLOW
28. PAUSE/STEP
29.SOURCE
30. SUBTITLE
31.TIME SHIFT
32. REPEAT
33. SETUP
34.MUTE
35. TV SYSTEM
36.AUDIO
Button
Function
1
POWER
Press to POWER on or off the AVHDD recorder.
2
EPG
Press to enter the Electronic Program Guide which displays an on-screen list of
programs for the coming week when watching Digital Terrestrial TV.
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3
CONFIRM
Press to confirm and add the selects to the playlist.
4
TELETEXT
Press to open Teletext OSD if it is available in the broadcasted stream of Digital
Terrestrial TV.
5
SELECT
Press to select files in browser and file copy menu.
6
TITLE
Press to show HDD or DVD Title List.
7
OPTION
Press to select option bar.
8
EJECT
Press to eject a DVD from the DVD-ROM drive.
9
MENU
Press in the browser menu to rename and delete files.
Press in My_Shortcuts in NET of the browser menu to add
shortcuts for network access.
10
Numeric buttons
Press to enter numeric input when changing settings.
11
ZOOM
Press to zoom in/out when playing back photos or Video programs.
Photo zoom levels:2X,4X,8X,16X;
12
GOTO
Press to jump to a specific point on a title. Specify the point using Title,
Chapter and Time.
13
DISPLAY
Press to display current status.
Press during playback and an onscreen display appears, showing track number and
time elapsed/remaining.
Press during recording and an onscreen display appears, showing the recording quality
setting and time elapsed.
14
GUIDE
Press to view the Guide menu.
15
Navigational
Press the arrow buttons to select menu options
buttons
16
OK
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
17
REC
Press to begin recording or to resume when recording has been paused.
Press repeatedly to set OTR length (30 mins / 60 mins / 90 mins / 120 mins / 180 mins
/240 mins/Off).
18
RETURN
Press to return to the previous screen while navigating menus.
19
VOL-
Press to decrease the volume.
20
VOL+
Press to increase the volume.
21
FR
Press to fast rewind the current playback. Press repeatedly to select speeds.
22
FF
Press to fast forward the current playback. Press repeatedly to select speeds.
23
STOP
Press to stop playback.
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24
PLAY
Press to begin playback.
25
PREV
Press to go the prev. on a HDD or USB file when playing music.
Press to page up the file list at Browser.
When play photo ,the button is enable; play Movie and Mp3 file, the button is disable.
26
NEXT
Press to go the next on a HDD or USB file when playing music.
Press to page down the file list at Browser.
When play photo ,the button is enable; play Movie and Mp3 file, the button is disable.
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SLOW
Press to play back in slow motion. Press the PLAY button to resume regular
playback.
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PAUSE/STEP
Press to pause the current playback. Press again to step to the next frame.
Press the PLAY button to resume playback.
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SOURCE
Select the signal source from Video, DTV and Analog TV
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SUBTITLE
Press to set subtitle options.
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TIME SHIFT
Press to activate the timeshift function, which allows you to pause live TV and resume
the program from the point you left it. While paused, the program is recorded to the
HDD, as long as space is available.
Press to activate TIME SHIFT function and wait for the
PLAY arrow to appear on the screen.
Press
and the program is paused.
Press
to resume viewing the program.
Timeshift mode remains active until you press the
button.
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REPEAT
Press to set repeat option: One, All, (and Shuffle).
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SETUP
Press to enter the setup menu.
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MUTE
Press to mute audio output, and press again to resume.
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TV SYSTEM
Press to switch between NTSC, PAL, 480P, 576P, 720P, 1080I, and 1080P.
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AUDIO
Press to select an audio track.
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2.1.2 : Front Panel
1. REC LED
3. Power LED
5. SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO SLOT
7.UP
9.LEFT
11.OK
2. DATA LED
4. IR indicator
6.POWER ON/OFF
8.DOWN
10.RIGHT
2.1.3 : Rear Panel
1. FAN
3. A/V OUT jack
5. POWER SW
7. ANT. OUT (Only available in DTV model)
9. Ypbpr jack
11. HDMI Jack
13. USB DEVICE port (mini5p-Type)
2. A/V in jack
4. COAXIAL jack
6. RJ45 LAN socket
8. ANT. IN (Only available in DTV model)
10. S/PDIF OPTICAL jack
12. USB HOST*2
14. DC IN jack
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Chapter: 3
3.1.0 : Setup Menu
The Setup menu allows you to personalize and configure the preferences for your player.
To select a Setup option:
Select the Setup icon on the home screen, or press the SETUP button on the remote control.
Use the LEFT/RIGHT navigational buttons to select an option, and then press ENTER.
There are five Setup options, including TV,Audio, Video,REC, Network, System, and MISC. Use the
UP/DOWN navigational buttons to select a menu. Press ENTER to confirm. Press RETURN to cancel and
display the previous menu screen.
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3.2.0 : Changing TV Settings
Press
TV Region
and
on the remote control to select the TV tab from the menu.
Select to set the region for TV.
Press
Channel Scan
and
to select , Press
to confirm.
Select to scan for available TV channels.
Press
and
to select AUTO SCAN , and press the ENTER button to
confirm.
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In AUTO SCAN mode, the system will automatically scan for available DVB-T TV
channels.
MANUAL SCAN
In MANUAL SCAN mode, you can select the CH name, Bandwidth, and Input
Frequency. Use the Navigational and Numeric buttons on the remote control
to select or input. Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Select to edit channel information.
Channel Set
Press
and
to select DVB-T or cancel, and press the ENTER button
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to confirm.
In this menu, you can edit the Name, and sequence for the DVB-T TV channels.
Use the Navigational buttons to select and modify the settings, and press the
ENTER button to confirm. You can also press the RED button to select Default,
and press the BLUE button to select Sort.
3.3.0 : Changing Audio Settings
Use this menu to configure audio settings.
3.3.1 : Night Mode
Choose between Off / On / Comfort. If the option is turned on, the audio output volume will be
decreased to make you more comfortable.
3.3.2 : Digital Output
Choose between HDMI LPCM / HDMI RAW / SPDIF LPCM / SPDIF RAW. In raw mode, Dolby
Digital, DTS, or MPEG sound can be bypassed to the HDMI TV or Digital amplifier.
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3.4.0 : Changing Video Settings
Use this menu to configure video settings.
3.4.1 : Aspect Ratio



Pan Scan 4:3: Display a wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the redundant portions.
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
Letter Box 4:3: Display a wide picture with two black borders on the top and bottom of 4:3 screen.
Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
16:9: Compress the image to convert the whole image. Select when a 16:9 TV is connected.
3.4.2 : Brightness
Adjust the level of brightness.
3.4.3 : Contrast
Adjust the level of contrast.
3.4.4 : TV SYSTEM
Select to adjust video output resolution:
NTSC / PAL / 480P / 576P / 720P 50HZ / 720P 60HZ / 1080I 50HZ / 1080I 60HZ / 1080P
50HZ / 1080P 60HZ.
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3.5.0 : Changing Record Settings
Press
and
on the remote control to select the Record tab from the menu bar.
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Quality
Select to set the default recording quality setting.
Press
and
to select the quality setting you require.
The highest quality setting is HQ which requires the most storage space. The
other settings reduce recording quality sequentially but also require less
Permanent timeshift
storage space. Press
to confirm.
Select to set the Permanent timeshift on or off.
Record Device
Press
and
to select. Press
to confirm.
Select to choose the device to which to record .
Press
and
to select from HDD and USB.
Press
to confirm.
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3.6.0 : Changing Network Settings
Use this menu to configure Ethernet and WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) settings.
3.6.1 : Wired LAN Setup


DHCP IP (AUTO)
Select to obtain IP address automatically.
FIX IP (MANUAL)
Select to manually input the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Server IP Address.
3.6.2 : Wireless Setup
-
Selecting a connection profile
-
This player can store up to three wireless network connections. Press ENTER to go to next step, press
RETURN to cancel, and press PLAY to connect.
Get Connection Mode
-
Choose between Infrastructure (AP) and Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc). Press ENTER to go to next step,
and press RETURN to cancel.
Infrastructure (AP)
Infrastructure mode is used to connect computers with wireless network adapters, also known as
wireless clients, to an existing wired network with the help from wireless router or access point.
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Get SSID Name
Press ENTER to go to next step, press RETURN to cancel, and press SELECT to refresh the SSID list.
Note: In the Security list, WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) means
the network is encrypted, i.e. an encryption key is needed to access the network. NONE means it is an
open system network.
Input WEP / WPA Key
Encryption keys can be inputted via the virtual keyboard. Press the navigational buttons to select,
ENTER to input, CAPS to switch between uppercase and lowercase, <- to delete a character, -> to
insert a space, shift to make more symbols available, and OK to confirm.
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3.6.3 : Test connection
The testing process will take for a while, please be patient to wait. If the test is ok, the network
information (Profile Name, IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, etc.) will be displayed on the screen.
3.6.4 : Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc)
Peer to Peer mode, which is also called Ad Hoc mode or computer-to-computer mode, is used to connect
wireless clients directly together, without the need for a wireless router or access point.
Ad-Hoc Setup
Press ENTER to go to next step, press RETURN to cancel, and press PLAY to connect.
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3.7.0 : Changing System Settings
Use this menu to configure system settings.
3.7.1 : Menu Language
Select to choose the OSD (On-Screen Display) language.
3.7.2 : Text Encoding
Select to set the text encoding option (subtitle display).
3.7.3 : Login Control
Select to turn on / off password protect for the Web server (Neighbor Web).
3.7.4 : System Info
Select ON/OFF to format HDD and install the BT download software.
BT and SAMBA option to continue
UUU
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3.7.5 : System Update



Press ”confirm” button,
【Extension Package Upgrade】/【System Upgrade】
Select【Extension Package Upgrade】to do manually install BT download software.
Select to update the firmware or extension package via a USB stick.
1. Copy ‘install.img’ or extension files to the root directory of a USB stick, and connect it to the USB
HOST port of the player.
2. Go to System upgrade under setup Menu
3. Press ENTER to confirm.
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3.7.6 : HDD Format
HDD Format
Select to HDD Format.
Press
and
button on the remote control to select Cancel or
CONFIRM from the menu.
When select HDD format, please according the following steps:
1.Warring
Press
and
to select OK. Press
2.Step1:Timeshift Butter Disc Capacoty
Press
Press
and
and
to confirm.
to adjust the capacity of time shift buffer.
to select Next, and Press
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to confirm.
3.Step3:Hard Disc Format
Press
and
to select Format. Press
to confirm.
And the formatting will start, which will take for several minute, please be
patient to wait.
4.Congratulation
When formatting is completed, press
to reboot.
3.7.7 : System Info
Select to view system information (firmware version, HDD info, Mac address, etc.)
3.7.8 : Restore Default
Select to restore factory defaults.
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3.8.0 : Miscellaneous
Use this menu to adjust miscellaneous settings.
3.8.1 : Slide Show Timing
Select to set the interval time for photo slide show.
3.8.2 : Transition Effect
Select to set the transition effect for photo slide show.
3.8.3 : Background Music
Select to set the background music options while view pictures: Off / Folder / Playlist.
3.8.4 : Screen Saver
Select to turn on / off screen saver.
3.8.5 : Movie Preview
Select to turn on / off movie preview in the browser menu.
3.8.6 : Resume Playback
Select to turn on / off resume playback (auto-bookmarking) feature for movies.
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Chapter: 4
4.1.0 : Browser Menu
The browser menu allows you to browse and play media files stored on Removable Devices DVD,(USB,
Card), HDD, Network, UPnP-server, and Playlist. To enter the menu, select the Browser icon on the home
screen, or press the BROWSER button on the remote control.
The following buttons can be used while navigating the browser menu.
Button
UP / DOWN
LEFT / RIGHT
PREV / NEXT
ENTER
SELECT
CONFIRM
RETURN
Function
Move cursor up / down to select devices, folders, or files.
Select filter options: All, Music, Photos, and Movies.
Go to previous / next page.
Enter or confirm the selected item.
Select files under Browser -> HDD menu.
Add the selected files to the playlist.
Return to the previous menu.
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4.1.1 : Browsing All
In this mode, all folders and supported contents (music, photos, and movies) will be displayed.
Note:
 Please refer to chapter ‘10.1 Specifications‘for more about the supported content formats.
 Muisc tracks might not be able to played continously under All filter, please switch to the Music filter
instead.
4.1.2 : Browsing Music
In this mode, all folders and supported audio files in current directory will be displayed.
The following buttons can be used to control music playback.
Button
Function
PLAY
Begin playback.
PAUSE / STEP
Pause playback.
FR / FF
Fast rewind or fast forward. Press repeatedly to select the speed.
REPEAT
Set repeat options: One, All, (and Shuffle).
INFO
Hide or display the information bar during playback.
STOP
Stop playback.
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4.1.3 : Browsing Photos
In this mode, all folders and supported image files in current directory will be displayed.
The following buttons can be used to control music playback.
Button
Function
PLAY
Begin playback.
PREV / NEXT
View the previous or next photo.
LEFT / RIGHT
Rotate a photo in any angle.
REPEAT
Set repeat options: One, All, (and Shuffle).
ZOOM IN / OUT
Zoom in / out the image.
INFO
Hide or display the information bar during playback.
STOP
Stop playback.
You can view photos in slide show mode with background music. When it is enabled, the slide show starts
automatically once you press PLAY button. (Please refer to Slide Show Timing, Transition Effect, and
Background Music in chapter ‘3.7 Miscellaneous’ for more details)
4.1.4 : Browsing Movies
In this mode, all folders and supported video files in current directory will be displayed.
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The following buttons can be used to control video playback.
Button
PLAY
PAUSE / STEP
SLOW
FR / FF
PREV / NEXT
REPEAT
ZOOM IN / OUT
INFO
GOTO
A-B
ANGLE
MENU
INS REPLAY
CM SKIP
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
STOP
Function
Begin playback.
Pause playback; Press again to step to next frame.
Play video in slow motion. Press repeatedly to select the speed.
Fast rewind or fast forward. Press repeatedly to select the speed.
View the previous or next movie.
Set repeat options: One, All, (and Shuffle).
Zoom in / out the image.
Hide or display the information bar during playback.
Display playback search menu.
Set the beginning and end points of a section to repeat.
Change the view angle during DVD (with multi-angle) playback.
Return to the root menu during DVD playback.
Backward 10 seconds of the current playback
Advance 30 seconds of the current playback.
Select an audio track while watching BivX video or DVD with multiple audio
tracks.
Set subtitle options.
Stop playback.
4.1.5 : A/V Streaming via Network
You can stream the media files shared on the home network (Ethernet or WLAN). Please refer to ’Changing
Network Settings’ for details about network settings.
There are two ways to locate media files shared on your local network in the Network menu. One is to
browse through workgroup; the other way is to browse through ‘My_Shortcuts’.
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4.1.6 : Browsing through Workgroup
You can choose the workgroup which your PC belongs to from the workgroup list, find your PC name, and
press the ENTER button to confirm. Then you can select and play the shared media files that you want to
browse.
Note:
 While browsing high definition video files (resolution up to 720p / 1080i / 1080p) via Ethernet or WLAN,
the video might be buffering. It is normal due to the limit of network speed or signal strength.
 Due to different network conditions, sometimes the workgroup might not be accessed or shown in the
list. And then you need to use ‘My_Shortcuts’ to browse shared files.
4.1.7 : Browsing through ‘My_Shortcuts’
You can also set ‘Specific File Server IP’ and access it from ‘My_Shortcuts’ in the menu.
- Press the MENU button and a popup menu appears.
-
Select Add to open a popup menu where you can input Label, Net User ID, Net Password, Domain,
Host Name, and Specific File Server IP. Select OK to confirm, Cancel to cancel, and Simple /
Detail to switch between simple and advanced options.
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Select the shortcut you added and press the ENTER button to confirm. Then you can select and play
the shared media files on the destination computer.
4.2.0 : A/V Streaming via UPnP-server
A built-in UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) client has been integrated on the system, which enables the player
to auto-detect UPnP Media Servers on the network to browse and stream media files from them.
4.2.1 : Installing UPnP Media Server on your PC
There’re a lot of free and commercial UPnP Media Server software, such as Windows Media Connect,
Windows Media Player 11, XBMC Media Center (Linux/Mac/Windows), MediaTomb (Linux), etc. Please install
one of them on you computer. In the following chapters, we will take Windows Media Player 11 on Microsoft
Windows XP SP2 for an example.
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4.2.2 : Sharing Media on your PC
The Media Sharing feature of Windows Media Player 11 lets you enjoy the contents of your Windows Media
Player library from anywhere in your home.
- Open Windows Media Player 11, click Library -> Add Library -> Advanced Options to add or
remove media files from the library.
-
Click Library -> Media Sharing, then you can allow or deny devices to access the media library. Click
Allow to authorize your player.
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4.2.3 : Streaming Media on your Player


Connect your player to the home network (LAN or WLAN).
Visit Browser - > UPnP menu on the player, select the UPnP-server, and press ENTER.

Then you can browse the media library shared by Windows Media Player 11.
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Note:
 Make sure your player and your computer are on the same local area network and subnet.
 Firewalls may prevent your player to communicating with your computer. Please open the ports
manually and add your player to the ‘trusted’ list, or disable the firewall temporarily.
4.3.0 : Renaming / Deleting Files
When navigating in the browser menu, you can press the MENU button to activate a popup menu where
you can rename and delete files or folders.
Press the UP / DOWN buttons to select from Return, Rename, and Delete. And press ENTER to
confirm.
4.4.0 : Managing the Playlist
This player supports the playlist function, which allows you to add your favorite contents on local HDD to the
playlists (All, Music, Photos, and Movies), and enjoy them at any time. Pls format HDD before use it.
4.4.1 : Adding files to the playlist
Select the favorite file you wish to add, press the SELECT button, and the file will be ticked. Press the
CONFIRM button to confirm, and then an on-screen message ‘Add selects to list’ will be shown. Multiple
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selections are allowed. See photo below.
4.4.2 : Browsing the playlist
Press the UP / DOWN buttons to select Play List in the browser menu. Press the LEFT / RIGHT buttons
to select between All, Music, Photos, and Movies. And press the ENTER button to confirm. Then you will
enter the playlist.
If you wish to delete a file from the playlist, press the SELECT button to select, and then press the
CONFIRM button to confirm.
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Chapter: 5
5.1.0 : File Copy Menu
Select the File Copy icon from the home screen to enter the File Copy menu, which allows you to copy
files between Removable Devices (Card, USB), HDD, and Network.
The following buttons can be used under the file copy menu.
Button
Function
UP / DOWN
Move cursor up / down to select devices, folders
RIGHT
Go to the next step.
SELECT
Select (or cancel) folders or files (The selected items will be ticked).
STOP
Cancel all selections.
ENTER
Confirm the selected options.
Please




refer to the following operations to copy / move folders / files between devices.
Step 1: Select the source device and destination device.
Step 2: Select the source files you want to copy.
Step 3: Select the destination folder to store the above files.
Step 4: Select Copy or Move to proceed.
The following buttons can be used under this menu.
Button
UP / DOWN
PREV / NEXT
ENTER
MENU
PLAY
STOP
RETURN
Function
Move cursor up / down to select station, channel, and genre.
Page up / down.
Confirm and enter the selected menu.
Add / delete a station to / from Favorite while it is highlighted.
Begin playback after a channel has been selected.
Stop playback.
Return to the previous menu.
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5.1.1 : Station
All downloaded stations will be listed under this menu.
5.1.2 : Genre
You can search for stations by genre (pop, rock, jazz, etc.) under this menu.
5.1.3 : Favorite
Your favorite stations can be kept under this menu.
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Chapter: 6
6.1.0 : Selecting Time REC
To enter the Time REC setup page, select
the guide menu page.
on the remote control or select Timer REC button on
6.1.1 : Watching TV
Equipped with an internal Dual TV Tuner, It’s supporting recording another while watching one channel.
Please refer to ‘ Changing DVB-T TV settings’ in order to make correct settings before reading the
following chapters.
6.1.2 : Watching DVB-T TV programs
To enter the TV mode, select the Video in icon on the main interface.
The following are some functional buttons on the remote control available during watching Digital TV
programs.
Name
Function
ENTER
Press to view the program list menu.
UP / DOWN
Press to switch channels. (Channels cannot be switched in the recording mode.)
PREV / NEXT
Numeric buttons
GOTO
REC
TIME SHIFT
EPG
TELETEXT
SUBTITLE
ZOOM
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
input channel numbers. Press the ENTER button to confirm.
switch between the last two viewed channels.
start recording the current TV program.
activate the time shift function.
activate the EPG menu if available.
activate the Teletext menu if available.
activate the subtitle list menu if available.
zoom out the image.
6.1.3 : Program List Menu
Press the ENTER button when watching DVB-T TV programs, and the program list menu where you can see
the program number and name will be displayed.
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Press the LEFT / RIGHT button to select from TV and Radio. Press the PREV / NEXT button to page up
/down. Press the UP / DOWN button to select channels, and press the ENTER button to confirm.
6.1.4 : Info Bar
While switching channels by the UP / DOWN button, an info bar will be displayed to show the channel
information, or Press the RETURN button to display the info bar.
There’re 4 strings displayed on the bar. Taking the info bar in the above photo for example:
11+ – Stands for TV rating;
N/A – Stands for the voice language;
SS – Stands for subtitle;
TT – Stands for Teletext;
SD – Stands for resolution (SD - Standard Definition, HD - High Definition);
When the string looks concave, the option will be available.
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6.1.5 : Electronic Programming Guide
Press the EPG button when watching DVB-T TV programs, the Electronic Programming Guide will be
displayed.
Press the PREV / NEXT button to change channels. Press the LEFT / RIGHT button to change date. Press
the UP / DOWN button to change program. Press the TIMER button to add / delete scheduled recording.
6.1.6 : Teletext Menu
If the broadcasted stream supports Teletext, press the TELETEXT button to enter the Teletext menu.
Press the Navigational buttons to view the content in the Teletext menu.
6.1.7 : Subtitle List Menu
Press the SUBTITLE button when watching DVB-T TV programs, the Subtitle List menu will be displayed.
Press the LEFT / RIGHT button to switch between Subtitle and TTX Subtitle List
Press the UP / DOWN button to select the subtitle, and press the ENTER button to confirm.
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Chapter: 7
7.1.0 Timer Record Menu
The Timer Record menu allows you to create, edit and delete recording schedules and view all
schedule status and history. To enter the menu, select Timer Record from the Guide menu .
7.1.1 : Creating a New Schedule
Press
and
on the remote control to select the Edit tab from the menu bar.
Select Add a New Schedule and press
. The schedule setting screen appears.
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Use
and
adjust each setting.
Source
Start Time
Length
Repeat
Quality
Nicam
on the remote control to move between fields and Press
and
Select the signal source from Video, DTV and Analog TV.
Enter the date and time of the recording.
Enter the length of the recording
Select how often you want the schedule to record. Choose from
Once, Everyday, Mon-Fri, Mon-Sat or for an individual day of the week.
Select the recording quality. Choose from HQ, SLP, EP, LP and SP.
The higher the quality, the more space required on the hard drive. See HDD/USB Free
Space on the left of the screen for details of how long you can record for using each
setting.
Nicam On or Off.
7.1.2 : Editing Schedules
Press
and
on the remote control to select the Edit tab from the menu bar.
Select the schedule you want to edit from the list and press
. The schedule setting screen
appears. Modify the schedule as described in “Creating a New Schedule” on page 43.
7.1.3 : Deleting Schedules
Press
to
and
on the remote control to select the Delete tab from the menu bar.
Select the schedule you want to delete and press
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. A confirmation message appears.
Select CANCEL, Delete the selected schedule or Delete all schedules. Press
to confirm.
7.1.4 : Viewing Schedule Status
Press
and
on the remote control to select the Schedule tab from the menu bar.
The schedule list is displayed. Select a schedule and press
.
Select Disable the timer by user’s setting or Pause the selected schedule.
Press
to confirm.
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7.1.5 : Viewing Recording History
Press the left and right navigation arrows on the remote control to select the History tab from the
menu bar.
Here you can view a complete history of all recordings that were set.
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7.1.6 : The REC List
The REC List menu allows you to play all saved titles.
When you press
to begin recode. System will make a “My Recordings” folder at “HDD1” or USB
device automatically for the first time. And your recode movie file will be saved at this folder. The file
name will be rename according system time.
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Chapter: 8
8.1.0 : Web Server & BitTorrent
8.1.1 : Web Server (unicgi)
A Web server called ‘Neighbor Web’ has been integrated into the player.
 Connect the player to your home network (LAN or WLAN).
 Get the IP address of the player under SETUP -> NETWORK menu.
 Type the IP address (e.g., 192.168.3.15) in the address bar of Internet Explore on your PC.
Then you can access the Web server on your PC.
Note: Please refer to Extension Info in chapter ‘Changing System Settings’, and make sure all related
packages ‘btpd’, ‘samba’, and ‘unicgi’ are installed and run properly in advance.
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8.2.0 :
Account Management

Click Account Management on the home page of Neighbor Web.

This page allows you to set a password for accessing Neighbor Web.
Note:
 Password will become effective when Login Control is turned on. (Please refer to Login Control in
chapter ‘Changing System Settings’ for more details)
 The default user name is ‘admin’, and the default password is ‘123’.
8.3.0 : Visit Neighbor (samba)


Click Visit Neighbor on the home page of Neighbor Web.
Then you will be able to browse, edit, and copy files to / from the local HDD of the player.
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8.4.0 :
BitTorrent Download (btpd)
BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer file sharing protocol used for distributing large amounts of data on the Internet.
A BitTorrent utility (btpd – BitTorrent Protocol Daemon) has been integrated into the player (Please refer to
Extension Info in ‘Changing System Settings’ for more details about installing and uninstalling btpd).
The BitTorrent client btpd is running in daemon (a process running in the background) mode and you can
manipulate the process via the Web server.
- Click BitTorrent Download on the home page of Neighbor Web, then you will enter the BitTorrent
Download page.
8.4.1 : Add new torrent

Click Add new torrent on the BitTorrent Download page.

Click Browse to upload a torrent file, and click Yes to confirm.
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8.4.2 : Managing the downloads
The BitTorrent Download page also allows you to start, stop, delete torrents, and set priorities for torrents,
as well as view the status of current torrents.






Click
Click
Click
Click
Click
Click
Start to begin download.
Stop to stop download.
Delete to delete the selected torrent.
Refresh to refresh the current status.
Down arrow to decrease the priority for the selected torrent.
Up arrow to increase the priority for the selected torrent.
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8.4.3 : Settings
-
Click Setting on the BitTorrent Download page to enter the BitTorrent Setting page.
In the






BitTorrent Setting page, you can configure the following settings.
Set the maximum download rate.
Set the maximum upload rate.
Set the idle hours to start the next download automatically.
Set the seeding hours.
Set to delete the finished torrent files automatically or not.
Set the maximum number of simultaneous download tasks.
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Chapter: 9
9.1.0 : Upgrading the Firmware
The firmware is the operating system (OS) installed on the device. Firmware upgrades can bring new
features, improvements and bug fixes.
Please refer to System Update and Extension Info in the chapter ‘Changing System Settings’ for
more details.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question 1. When I try to disconnect the USB device, I keep on getting “The device
‘Generic volume’ cannot be stopped right now. Try stopping the device again later.”
message, what should I do?
Answer:
Close any program that might be accessing data on the player, including Windows® Explorer. If
it does not work, close all programs and wait for another 20 seconds, then try the green arrow
icon again. If it still does not work, you should shut down the player and disconnect the USB
cable.
Question 2. I find new file names and folder names that I never created before or
they have strange gibberish names.
Answer:
Most likely, the player’s file allocation table (FAT) has been corrupted. This might be due to the
player shutting down (due to low battery power) while reading or writing to your computer by
the USB connection. Windows and Macintosh often write extra files to the hard disk such as
finder.def or System volume info. These are normal and will not do any harm to the player.
Question 3. I used my player to transfer files back and forth between different
computers. Will defragmenting the player hard disk do any harm to it?
Answer:
Defragmenting the player hard disk may be useful after having transferred many files to and
from the player. It is never harmful to use the defragment on the player. Make sure no other
programs are running while using the Windows® defragment utility. Make sure you have
connected the player with the external power adapter during this procedure.
Question 4. My files have disappeared from the player.
Answer:
Make sure that you browse your files via the correct browser mode which means correct filtered
views such as Photos, Music, or Movies.
Question 5. During power on, why does the TV will have a short flashing, blue
screen or screensaver?
Answer:
This is normal, when the system initializes, it will setup the corresponding parameters so it can
output the correct video signal to the TV, during the initializing time, the TV will receive
incorrect signals or the signals will not be stable and will cause the TV screen to flash, some
TV’s will treat this as no signal, and will display a blue screen or screensaver.
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Question 6. Why when I switch to Y/Pb/Pr 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p,
does the TV screen display an unwatchable picture?
Answer:
Please check if your TV supports Y/Pb/Pr 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p output, if your
TV does not support, please use the A/V signal display instead, press the TV SYSYEM button on
the remote control, then switch the TV’s video input to NTSC or PAL.
Question 7. Why is there no sound on movie or music playback when using Y/Pb/Pr
component output?
Answer:
Y/Pb/Pr output is a video output only, and does not include sound signals. When using Y/Pb/Pr
output, please plug the A/V OUT or the S/PDIF jack to output sound.
Question 8. I cannot get SSID name, the screen always displays: ‘Can’t get any
SSID!!’
Answer:
When the WLAN USB Adapter is connected to the player, it needs some time to get initialized.
Please wait for about 1~2 minutes and try refreshing the SSID list again.
Question 9. I cannot see files shared on my computer via Browser->Network menu.
Answer:
Please check following items:
1) Connect the player to network and obtain an IP address first;
2) Please enable NetBIOS of TCP/IP on computer;
3) Please check your PC’s firewall settings;
4) Please enable your PC’s ‘Guest’ account;
5) Please share the folders which you wish to browse on your PC, and make sure that
‘Everyone’ or ‘Guest’ has the right to access.
Question 10. I configured everything correctly, but still cannot get the wireless
network or UPnP function to work.
Answer:
Are you using a firewall such as Norton Internet Security, McAfee Personal Firewall, Zone Alarm,
etc. or even the built-in firewall of Windows XP? (Don’t forget that Service Pack 2 for Windows
XP automatically upgrades your firewall and turn it on by default)
If you have a firewall, it may need to be configured or have exceptions created to allow you to
see and communicate with the player on the network. To test if your firewall is preventing
network communication (including PING and access shared folders), try disabling it to see if
you can connect. If you can connect with the firewall disabled, you may need to add the player
to the ‘Trusted’ list or configure the firewall for local intranet access. Worst-case, disable your
firewall long enough to use the player, then enable it again when done.
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Question 11. I am using the 802.11n Wi-Fi dongle with an 802.11n wireless router,
why the speed is still 802.11g 54Mbps rather than 300Mbps?
Answer:
The IEEE 802.11n Draft standard prohibits using high throughput with WEP or TKIP as the
unicast cipher. If you use these encryption methods (e.g. WEP, WPA-TKIP), your data rate will
drop to 54 Mbps. You may contact the Access Point or router manufacturer to download the
latest firmware, or try other encryption methods (WPA2-AES or WPA2-TKIP), or choose to
configure an unsecured profile, but this option is not recommended.
Question 12. Where can I find .torrent files for BitTorrent download?
Answer:
A lot of torrent sites can be found on the Internet, such as The Pirate Bay, Isohunt.com,
TorrentPortal.com, Mininova.org, etc. Please take care of the contents you’re downloading and
their usage, which might cause copyright infringements and violate the local laws.
Question 13. Why do some supported photo formats, cannot be shown in the photo
function?
Answer:
In the JPEG format there are different modes. The player doesn‟t support all the modes. So you
have to change your photo format first as follow:
1. Use Photoshop to open the photo;
2. Choose ”File” then “save as” from the menu, as the picture on the left hand side shows,
select the picture format as JPEG, input the file name and click the “save” icon;
3. After click on the “save” icon, a new window will appear as the picture on the right
hand side shows, select “Baseline (standard)” or “Baseline optimized”;
4. Click the “OK” icon.
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Question14. Why couldn‟t the player find the hard disc?
Answer:
Make sure the firmware is installed correctly, and no system partitions on the HDD were deleted.
If hard disc failure occurs, please backup your data and reinstall the firmware.
Question15. Some functions like recording, time shift etc. do not work. What
should I do?
Answer:
If you find some functions do not work properly on the player, please change system settings to
the default (Refer to “changing system settings”).
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Copyrights and Trademarks
Copyrights
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, or transmitted in any form or
by any means, whether by electronically or mechanically, without the express written
permission from the copyright holder.
Copyrighted materials, such as software, music files, or movies, are protected by local law, and
may not be illegally copied or used without permission from the copyright owner.
Trademarks
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other
trademarks are property of their respective holders.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #‟s:
5,451,942;5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 &
other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and
the Symbol are registered trademarks, & DTS 2.0+ Digital Out
and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes
software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
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Limited Warranty Statement
MV3800 MyMovie HD Media Recorder
Warranty Duration
Hardware: 3 years Limited Warranty
Hardware Limited Warranty
Universal Tech warrants that the product that you have purchased from Universal Tech is free
from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use during the Limited Warranty Period.
The Limited Warranty Period starts on the date of purchase. Your dated sales or delivery receipt
showing the date of purchase is your proof of purchase date.
Limitation of Liability
If your UT hardware product fails to work as warranted above, UT’s maximum liability under
this limited warranty is expressly limited to the lesser of the price you have paid for the product
or the cost of repair or replacement of any hardware components that malfunction in conditions
of normal use.
Exclusions
Universal Tech does not warrant that the operation of the product will be uninterrupted or
error-free. UT is not responsible for damage that occurs as a result of your failure to follow the
instructions intended for the product. This Limited Warranty does not apply to product under
the following circumstances:

serial number has been removed

product enclosure has been opened

product has been damaged or defective due to
a) transportation,
b) accident, misuse, abuse, water, fire, lightning or other acts of nature,
c) improper or inadequate site maintenance,
d) normal wear and tear,
e) software not supplied by UT.
ENSURE THAT YOUR DATA IS BACKED UP PERIODICALLY. UT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
DAMAGE OR LOSS OF DATA, AND IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR RECOVERY OF PROGRAMS OR
DATA OTHER THAN THE SOFTWARE SUPPLIED BY UT WHEN THE PRODUCT IS
MANUFACTURED.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT HTTP://WWW.UNIVERSAL-TECH.BIZ
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FTP software management
1. Enter into Setup and Format HDD
2.
Enter the software icon
3.Intall vsftp server
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4. Pls make sure your Player is connected to Local network .
5. Download the “Flashfxp” software from internet directly.
Open Flashfxp, click sites ->sites Management-> Set up New IP ,the IP ADDRESS should be the
media recorder’s IP , User’s name :root
passwords: 1234
Click “advantage” choose code “UTF-8” and click apply-connecting ,it’s will be connect to the
HD Recorder . Noted : Pls confirm you choose Code UTF-8 ,otherwise it’s will be a mess.
After the connection succeed, you can up-load the file to HDD by ftp function.
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