AVerMedia Technologies 2 Computer Accessories User Manual

AVerTV for Mac
User Manual
Version 2.0
2008-12-09
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depending on the product and software version. Information presented in this
documentation has been carefully checked for reliability; however, no responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies. The information contained in this documentation is subject to
change without notice.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ..................................................................................................................................i
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................1
System Requirements...................................................................................................................2
Running AVerTV for Mac for the First Time ...............................................................................3
Introducing the User Interface .....................................................................................................5
Combined .............................................................................................................................5
Horizontal and Vertical ........................................................................................................6
On Screen Menu ..................................................................................................................................7
TV ........................................................................................................................................................9
Scanning Channels.......................................................................................................................9
Scanning Channels (for Advanced Users) .................................................................................12
All Frequencies Scan .........................................................................................................12
Manual Add Channel .........................................................................................................14
Watch TV ...................................................................................................................................16
Operate by Control panel ...................................................................................................16
Operate by Control menu...................................................................................................16
Switching Channel by Keyboard .......................................................................................16
Channel Preview ........................................................................................................................16
Setting the Channel Preview ..............................................................................................17
TimeShift....................................................................................................................................17
Operate by Control panel ...................................................................................................17
Operate by Control menu...................................................................................................18
TimeShift Setting ...............................................................................................................18
Using the EPG Function ............................................................................................................20
Fine Tuning Color of the Display ..............................................................................................22
Using the OverScan function .....................................................................................................23
Adjusting Volume.......................................................................................................................24
Changing Audio Channels .........................................................................................................24
Change Signal Source ................................................................................................................24
Changing the OSD Attributes ....................................................................................................24
Changing Display Aspect Ratio .................................................................................................25
TV Window Controlling ............................................................................................................26
Other Layout Controlling in Window Menu......................................................................26
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Window Size Setting..................................................................................................................27
Personal Video Recorder....................................................................................................................29
Record Storage Setting...............................................................................................................29
Recording Format settings .........................................................................................................31
Using the Recording Function ...................................................................................................31
Schedule Recording ...................................................................................................................32
Playing the Recorded Programs.................................................................................................35
Picture-in-Picture Display..........................................................................................................38
Image Capture ....................................................................................................................................40
Capture a TV/Video Image ........................................................................................................40
Multiple Image Sequence Capture.............................................................................................40
Other Settings.....................................................................................................................................42
Setting Power Options ...............................................................................................................42
Application Information.............................................................................................................44
Customer Support ......................................................................................................................44
Closed Caption & Subtitle .........................................................................................................45
Use Apple Remote to control AVerTV .......................................................................................45
Hot keys .............................................................................................................................................46
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Introduction
Thanks for purchasing AVerTV for Mac!! This
powerful application allows you to watch TV,
listen to the radio, create slide shows, record
favorite programs and enjoy various features on
your Mac. With our easy-to-use remote control,
you will discover more fun from your Mac.
Turning your computer system into a media
center is just that simple!
This Chapter will introduce the essential
information of AVerTV for Mac to you. Please
do read this chapter carefully before using the
application.
Please be noted the functions and images may
vary depending on the product you purchased
and the area you’re living.
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System Requirements
System requirements are described in detail below. Before using AVerTV for Mac, make
sure your Mac meets all the requirements addressed below.
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z Processor: Macintosh computer with a Intel Core processor
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For watching MPEG-2 HDTV: Macintosh® computer with a Intel Duo Core processor
Operating System: Mac OS X v10.4 (or later)
Memory: 512 MB of physical RAM or above
Hard Disk: 300 MB of available hard-disk space
Drives: CD-ROM drive (or connection to a local area network if installing over a
network)
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Running AVerTV for Mac for the First Time
Go to the folder where the AVerTV for Mac was installed and double-click on the AVerTV
icon, the AVerTV for Mac will be launched.
When you run the AVerTV for Mac for the first time, the “Media Box” will automatically
appear.
1. From the Country drop-down menu, select your country or region.
2. Select an available Service Type.
3. Click All Channels Scan to start searching channels.
4. If you want to terminate the searching process, just click Stop.
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5. After scanning, new active channels/programs will be memorized and listed in the right
pane of the dialog box.
6. Close the “Media Box” window and the TV window will appear.
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Introducing the User Interface
There are 3 types of control panel: Horizontal, Vertical and Combined. You can click on
Select Control Panel from the Window menu to select.
Combined
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1. Mute
2. Volume
7. Pause
8. Play
3. Time Info
4. Snapshot
9. Stop
10. Channel Down
5. TimeShift
6. Record
11. Channel Up
12. Resize Window
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Horizontal and Vertical
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1. Power
2. Open Playlist
9. Volume
10. TimeShift
3. Mute
4. Play Previous File
11. Record
12. Pause
5. Channel Info
6. Play Next File
13. Play
14. Stop
7. Current time
8. Snapshot
15. Channel Down
16. Channel Up
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On Screen Menu
AVerTV offers you an alternative operating method, press MENU button on the Apple
Remote to display the on screen menu. Use + and - buttons to move the selection and
button to enter the submenu,
button to exit the submenu. Press
button to execute
the selection or enter the submenu (if available).
Menu
Description
Channel
Enter the channel list to switch channels.
Audio
Enter the Audio submenu to switch between available audio modes.
Control
Enter the Control submenu to record, TimeShift, Snapshot the current
program or turn on the closed caption/subtitle/Teletext function.
EPG
Enter the EPG submenu to display the selected program information.
Playback
Enter the Playback submenu to play/stop an existing file or
enable/disable the PIP function.
Signal Source
Enter the Signal Source submenu to switch between available signal
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sources.
Window
Enter the Window submenu to adjust the image size to full screen, adjust
the image with keep aspect ratio, or enable the overscan function.
Quick AVerTV for Mac
Close the AVerTV application.
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TV
Scanning Channels
If you haven’t done channel scanning when you first run the application, or want to rescan
the channels, follow the steps to complete this procedure.
1. Go to Program Manager.
2. From the Country drop-down menu, select your country or region.
3. Select an available Service Type.
4. Click All Channels Scan to start the searching process.
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5. If you want to terminate the searching process, just click Stop.
6. After scanning, new active channels/programs will be memorized and listed in the left
pane of the dialog box.
7. Close the “Media Box” window and the TV window will appear.
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The application comes with a default frequency table; therefore, the application will
use this table to search for active channels/programs.
button contains more function:
Rename: To change the selected channel name.
Reset Channel Number: To change the selected channel number
Manual Add Channel: To add a channel by entering the channel frequency
and shorten the channel scan.
Enable Selected Channels: To activate the channels when switching
channels.
Disable Selected Channels: To skip the unwanted channels when switching
channels temporarily.
Remove Selected Channels: To delete the unwanted channels.
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Scanning Channels (for Advanced Users)
All Frequencies Scan
We recommend using the All Channel Scan function first. If there are channels missing
after you perform All Channels Scan, use All Frequencies Scan function and repeat the
searching process.
1. Go to Program Manager.
2. From the Country drop-down menu, select your country or region.
3. Select an available Service Type.
4. Click All Frequencies Scan to start the searching process.
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5. If you want to terminate the searching process, just click Stop.
6. After scanning, new active channels/programs will be memorized and listed in the left
pane of the dialog box.
7. Close the “Media Box” window and the TV window will appear.
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If an alert about removing action shown on the screen, it means to execute the
scanning process will replace the existing program list. Click OK to continue or
click Cancel to stop the rescanning.
Manual Add Channel
If you already know a particular channel number for your local transmitter, use Manual Add
Channel function to add it by entering the channel numbers and shorten the channel scan.
1. Click
in the Media Box.
2. Select Manual Add Channel.
3. Enter the channel frequency that you want to start scanning and press Scan.
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4. Click Add to save the scanned channel.
5. Click OK to exit the window.
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Watch TV
Use control panel or menu to control TV
watching.
Operate by Control panel
1. Use Channel Down
and Channel
Up
buttons to go to the next upper or
lower active channel.
Operate by Control menu
Channel Preview
„ Previous Channel
Go to the next lower active channel.
„ Next Channel
Go to the next upper active channel.
The Channel Preview function can display
4, 9 or 16 consecutive TV channels
on-screen at the same time. You can see
clearly which TV programs are currently
showing on these channels. To display a
channel on the TV Monitor window, select
any one of the channels on-screen and
double-click on that channel, you will then
be tuned in to that channel. Select a
channel and click your mouse to view it
only and freeze the other channels.
To start the Channel Preview function, point
to View>Open Channels Preview.
„ Channel Loop
Return to previously accessed channel.
Switching Channel by Keyboard
You may use the numeric keypad to switch
channels. After you type a number, the
correlated channel will be highlighted with a
light bar on the On Screen Menu. Press
Enter to confirm your selection.
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Setting the Channel Preview
1. Click Genral
16 channel preview
icon in the
Preference pane.
2. Select desired number of channels to
preview.
TimeShift
4 channels preview
The TimeShift function performs
background recording of a TV/Radio
program, and lets you return and watch any
part of the recorded program. At the same
time, the live TV/Radio program continues
to be recorded and played back so you
won’t miss any part of the show. You can
also advance forward to skip commercials
or rewind to replay scenes one more time.
„ TimeShift Controls
Operate by Control panel
9 channels preview
1. Use
2. Click
button to start timeshift.
button to temporarily freeze
the playback.
3. Click
button to terminate recording
and return to the live program
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Operate by Control menu
„ Pause
To temporarily freeze the playback.
„ Stop
To terminate the recording and return to the
live program.
„ TimeShift
Start TimeShift function.
TimeShift Setting
Before you start using the TimeShift function, first check its recording settings to see if they
fit your needs.
1. Click Record
icon in the Preference pane.
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2. By default, TimeShift performs recording of the TV program by creating a temporary
video file and deletes this file once you click the Stop button.
3. In the TimeShift Disk Volume section, you can determine desired disk volume to save
the TimeShift file.
4. In the TimeShift Buffer Size section, you can determine the buffer size. The default
value is 2000MB, and the minimum size is 200MB.
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Using the EPG Function
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) is a service that allows you to check the succeeding
program schedule and even the program schedules of the whole week. If the EPG service
is provided in your region/country, simply click the EPG
button in the Preference pane,
or point to menu File>Open EPG to open the EPG window.
First, select the desired date and time from the drop-down menu and the EPG window will
display the schedule for the day.
Our EPG window also allows you to preset a schedule for watching or recording programs.
Just select your favorite programs and click New Schedule button, the system will execute
your command on schedule.
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The program time data will be automatically set. Input the schedule name in Title, select
the action in Function and After Scheduled option and click OK.
If you want to download the latest program schedule, click the
Update EPG button.
button and select
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Fine Tuning Color of the Display
If the color or picture quality of the TV displays needs to be adjusted, please do the
followings.
1. Click Color
icon in the Preference pane.
2. Then you can adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation and Sharpness with
sliders until you get an accurate color.
3. If you want to revert to default settings, just click Set Defaults button.
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Using the OverScan function
On some broadcast channels, you might see distorted lines or black spaces on the top,
sides, or bottom of the screen. These video artifacts device from the source signal, and can
be masked using the OverScan feature.
To hide the edges of the picture:
1. Click the Display
icon in the Preference pane.
2. Specify an appropriate number (1~20%).
3. Select Turn On to enable the Overscan function or Turn Off to disable it.
Another way to enable and disable the Overscan function is point to menu View>Overscan.
You can see the difference from the pictures below:
Before using OverScan function
After using OverScan function
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Adjusting Volume
On the Control Panel, click and drag your
mouse over the Volume meter
in
the control panel to increase or decrease
the volume level.
2. Click Next Signal Source to switch
between available signal sources. Or
select the desired source directly.
Point to menu Audio>Volume Up to
increase the volume level. Or point to menu
Audio >Volume Down to decrease the
volume level. Point to menu Audio>Mute
to turn off/on the sound. .
Changing Audio Channels
Changing the OSD
Attributes
To change the on screen display in the TV
window, do the following:
1. Click on the Display
icon in the
Preference pane.
2. Click Others button.
Select Stereo, Reverse Stereo, Left
Channel Only or Right Channel Only in
the Audio Channels for change the audio
output type. Click Next Audio Track to
switch between available audio tracks or
select the desired audio track directly.
Change Signal Source
1. Point to the menu View>Signal Source.
Choose a desired OSD display time by
dragging the OSD Display Time slider bar
Drag the LCD Speed slider bar to set the
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speed of marquee.
To set the Teletext and Closed Caption
background color to Transparent,
Semitransparent or Opaque, click the
drop-down menu in Teletext Background
and Closed Caption Background section.
Changing Display Aspect
Ratio
Aspect ratio indicates the ratio of the width
of an image to its height. To switch the
aspect ratio of the display, do the following:
2. Select the aspect ratio of home video
you want.
4:3 and 16:9 is the two most
common aspect ratio of home
video. You can choose Free to
adjust the aspect ratio as you want.
1. Click on the Video
icon in the
Preference pane.
2. Click Video button.
3. In the Keep Aspect Ratio section,
Or select Keep Aspect Ratio to
preserve the original width and
height of an image.
choose Turn Off to extend the video. Or
You can see the difference from the
pictures below:
select Turn On to preserve the original
width and height of an image.
„ Normal
OR
1. Point to menu View>Aspect Ratio.
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„ Keep Aspect Ratio
Other Layout Controlling in
Window Menu
„ Minimize
TV Window Controlling
You can minimize the AVerAP window to
the dock/unhide the AVerTV for Mac
window, hide all other application windows
expect AVerTV for Mac or close AVerTV for
Mac application from the AVerTV menu.
Minimize the AVerTV windows to the Mac
dock.
„ Zoom
Click to change the AVerTV window size.
„ Show Media Box
Open/Close the Media Box.
„ Compact Mode / Full Mode
When in compact Mode, select Full Mode
to display the AVerTV control panel; When
„ Hide AVerTV for Mac
Minimize the AVerTV for Mac window to the
dock.
in Full Mode, select Compact Mode to hide
the AVerTV control panel.
„ Compact Mode
„ Hide Others
Hide all windows except AVerTV for Mac .
„ Show All
Show all windows in hiding.
„ Quit AVerTV for Mac
Close the AVerTV for Mac application.
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„ Full Mode
„ Select Control Panel Style
Select a control panel type you like,
Horizontal, Vertical or Combined.
„ Bring All to Front
Bring all AVerTV windows to the front.
Window Size Setting
There are 4 window size options: Half Size, Normal Size, Max Size and Full Screen. Point
to the menu View>Window Size then select a size you want.
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„ Half Size
„ Max Size
„ Normal Size
„ Full Screen
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Personal Video Recorder
You can use your Mac as a personal video recorder, and record your favorite TV programs
or capture video from an external source into your hard drive. Besides, you can also divide
the recording files in proper sizes to facilitate burning onto removable optical media, such
as CD-R and DVD disks. Before recording, check if the settings of Storage Setting and
Recording Format settings meet your needs.
Record Storage Setting
1. Click the Record
icon in the Preference pane.
2. By default, the system sets the recording “Date”, “Time”, “Signal Source” and “Channel
Name” as the file name format. To create your own file name format, please click
Custom.
3. Determine the File Location destination folder. Click Change to choose a folder you
want.
4. The Duration option allows you to specify a recording duration; otherwise the system
will record the largest clip that your hard drive can accommodate.
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5. This application allows you to divide the recording files in parts for burning onto
removable optical media, such as VCD (650 MB) and DVD (4096 MB) discs. Enable the
Split Recordings into: option and select the appropriate video file size from the
drop-down menu so that each video file will not exceed the limit you set. Or you can
choose Custom to assign the file size you want.
Click Custom button in the File Name Format section to custom the recording file
name, you can preview the file name format from the Preview section.
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Recording Format settings
1. To setting the recording format settings, click the Record
icon in the Preference
pane.
2. From the Record Format drop-down menu, determine the video file format you wish to
use for saving the recorded video file.
Format Information:
File Format
Description
Auto
Record the current program into your hard drive.
Audio Only
Record the audio part only of the current program into your hard drive.
To hide the sound of the TV program when recording, click the Mute button
on
the Control Panel.
Using the Recording Function
To record a TV/Radio program that you want, do the following:
1. Click the Record button
on the Control Panel.
2. You can click the Stop button
to terminate the recording and return to the live TV
program.
OR
1. Point to menu Control>Record to start the recording.
2. Point to menu Control>Stop to terminate the recording.
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Schedule Recording
The Schedule allows you to create a list of preset schedules for watching and recording
your favorite TV/Radio programs. You can set the day and time to record the TV/Radio
program and specify the length of recording.
To open the recording schedule to add a new recording or activate the schedule, do the
following:
1. Click the
button.
OR
2. Point to the menu File>New Schedule.
3. The following dialog box will then appear:
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1. Type the desired name in the Title text box.
2. From the Function drop-down menu.
z Select Watch TV to watch a TV program or listen to a radio broadcast.
z Otherwise, select Record to save a TV/Radio program for future viewing/listening.
z You can also select Silent Record which means the system will perform background
recording instead of activating the TV/Radio program.
z If you want to schedule a task to enable Timeshift function, select Timeshift.
3. In the After Record drop-down menu it automatically switches to the selected power
control mode when the schedule recording is completed. Choose an appropriate power
control status listed below:
z Watch TV: Switch to real-time TV mode.
z Exit: Turn off the AVerTV for Mac Application.
z Sleep: Turn off your monitor and hard disks or save everything and then turn off your
computer according to your system setting.
z Shut Down: Turn off your computer.
4. Click the Channel list, select the channel you want to watch or record.
5. Set the schedule to tune in live TV or to perform recording. You can set the schedule
repeat frequency to None, Everyday, Weekly, Weekend or Custom.
z Choose None to perform schedule at a preset day and a preset time.
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z Choose Everyday to perform schedule everyday at a preset time.
z Choose Weekly to perform schedule every week, at a preset day and time.
z Choose Weekend to perform schedule every weekend, at a preset day and time.
z Choose Custom to select the days you want, at a preset day and time.
6. If you choose Watch TV in step 4, click OK to complete the settings. If you choose
Record or Silent Record, please do the following.
7. In the Format section, you can determine the file format, recording duration, file size,
destination folder or audio mode.
8. Click OK to save the new schedule or click Cancel to abort the saving.
If you want to delete a selected schedule, click
to delete it, or click
to make
changes.
If a schedule conflict alert shown on the screen, it means the schedule is conflicted
with an existing schedule. You need to adjust the schedule date or time.
button contains more function:
Rename: To change the name of the selected schedule.
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Playing the Recorded Programs
Each TV/Radio program that you recorded will be saved in the assigned destination folder.
You can find the file list in PlayList.
To play back the recorded files:
1. Click the Play button
in the control panel to playback.
2. Use
and
buttons to playback the previous and next file in the playlist.
3. Use
and
buttons to pause and stop the playing file.
4. When you want to rewind or forward, use the Playback Seek slider bar to move back or
forward.
OR
5. Use the options in Control menu to operate the playback.
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„ Playback
Play back recorded video files.
„ Continue/Pause
Play/Pause (for playback, recording, and TimeShift).
„ Stop
Stop the playback, recording, TimeShift, or Channel Preview. Exit full screen back to normal
view.
„ Forward
Press to fast forward.
„ Backward
Press to rewind.
„ Play Next File
Play the next file in the playlist.
„ Play Previous file
Play the previous file in the playlist.
If you want to open or customize the playlist, do the following:
1. Point to menu File>Open Playlist to open the playlist.
OR
1. Click Playlist
icon in the Media Box.
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2. Click button
to play back the selected files.
Click button
to add a supported media file into the playlist.
3. Click button
to delete the selected files from the list.
Click button
to delete all files from the list.
You can change the size of the file icon by dragging the slider bar under the
window
.
button contains more function:
Rename: To change the selected file name.
Show in Finder: Use Finder to open the folder where the file located.
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Picture-in-Picture Display
With the picture-in-picture window feature, you will be able to play back recorded video files,
and at the same time, watch live TV.
1. To enable the PIP function, point to menu View>Picture in Picture.
2. Choose desired position of the PIP window.
3. Select Turn on to enable the PIP function, and select Close PIP to disable the PIP
function.
Position
Description
Top-left Corner
Display the PIP window on the top-left corner
Bottom-left Corner
Display the PIP window on the bottom-left corner
Top-right Corner
Display the PIP window on the top- right corner
Bottom-right Corner
Display the PIP window on the bottom-right corner
Free
Resize the PIP window and separate it from the main
window
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By default, you will be able to play back recorded video files on the main window, and at the
same time, watch live TV in the PIP window. If you want to switch the video playback to the
PIP window and the live TV to the main window, press the button
press button
. To exit the PIP window,
.
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Image Capture
While you watch TV or a recorded video on your Mac monitor, you can use the AVerTV for
Mac application to capture images for your documents, presentations or web pages. Before
you start capturing images, first set the destination folder for saving captured images.
Capture a TV/Video Image
1. Point to the menu Control>Snapshot to start the capturing.
OR
1. Click the Sanpshot
icon in the control panel.
Multiple Image Sequence Capture
To capture a continuous sequence of images, do the following:
1. Click the Snapshot
icon in the Preference pane.
2. Select the Export to iPhoto checkbox to save the captured image file to the assigned
location and export to the iPhoto.
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3. From the File Format drop-down menu, select the format for saving the captured image.
There are 4 options in the Format list:
z PNG
z BMP
z JPEG
z TIFF
4. In the Number of Pictures box, specify the number of images you want to capture.
5. In the Interval Time box, specify the interval between captures. For instance, if you
specify 10 seconds, an image will be captured every 10 seconds.
6. To determine the File Location destination folder for saving captured images, click
Change.
7. To create your own file name format, click Custom in the File Name Format.
Click Custom button in the File Name Format section to custom the capture file
name, you can preview the file name format from the Preview section.
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Other Settings
Setting Power Options
This option allows you to exit the application and put your Mac into log off, sleep mode or
shut down your Mac while you are away from it.
1. Click the General
icon in the Preference pane.
2. Select the Sleep mode you want to use in the System Sleep Setting section.
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3. After selected the desired sleep mode, then choose an execution time.
4. Point to the menu Control>System Sleep Turn On.
5. The time setting will be displayed on the TV monitor.
For details, please see the description below.
Time setting mode
Description
Now
Your computer will go into the selected mode in about 10
seconds.
30/60/90/120 Minutes
Your computer will go into the selected mode in 30/60/90/120
minutes.
If you want to clear the countdown timer, Point to the menu Control>System Sleep Turn
Off.
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Application Information
Display version and other information of AVerTV for Mac software.
1. Point to menu AVerTV>About AVerTV for Mac.
2. You can check the AVerTV for Mac version here.
Customer Support
If you need to find more supporting information, you can link to the local AVerMedia
webpage.
1. Point to menu AVerTV>Link To.
2. Select Product Information to link to the web page about product information or select
Technical Support to open the support webpage. Please make sure that you have
already connected to the Internet.
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Closed Caption & Subtitle
Closed Caption & Subtitle are systems to
display text on a television. AVerTV for Mac
supports both of them.
1. Point to the menu View>Subtitle.
2. Select Turn On to display the subtitle.
Use Apple Remote to
control AVerTV
To enable Closed Caption function:
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1. Point to the menu View>Closed
Caption.
2. Select Turn On to display the Closed
Caption information.
3. Select desired Closed Caption system.
To enable Subtitle function:
1. Move the selection up/Volume up
2. Enter or execute the submenu/Play or
pause
3. Enter to submenu/Play next file
4. Move the selection down/Volume down
5. Open the On Screen Menu
6. Back to upper menu/Play previous file
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Hot keys
The following is the default definition:
Hot Key
Description
AVerTV
Preference
Hide AVerAP
Hide Others
Quit AVerTV
File
Add schedule
Open Playlist
Open Program management
Open Schedule
Close Window
View
Half Size
System Default
Max Size
Full Screen
Source>Next Source
Subtitle>Open
Teletext>Open
EPG
Audio
Add Volume
Sub Volume
Mute
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Next Audio Channel
Control
Snapshot
Record
Pause
Space
Stop
Forward
Backward
Playback
Play Next File
Play Previous file
Next Channel
Previous Channel
Channel Loop
Channels Preview>Open/Close
Window
Hide Control Panel
Select Control Panel>Horizontal Panel
Select Control Panel>Vertical Panel
Select Control Panel>Combined Panel
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