Philips PC webcam SPZ3000

Philips PC webcam SPZ3000
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User manual
SPZ3000
English
Contents
1 Your webcam
Welcome
What’s in the box
Functional overview
2 Get started
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(Optional) Install the webcam software and
driver
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Connect the webcam to your PC/notebook 4
3 Use the webcam for video chatting 5
4 Philips CamSuite
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5 Philips CamSuite Capture
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Take and view a photo
Record and play a video
Image resolution
Screen mode
Gallery
Open the photo/video folder
Photo/Video menu
Send photo(s)/video(s) via email
Delete photo(s)/video(s) from the
gallery
Using my Philips SPZ3000 webcam makes
my PC/notebook run slow. What should I
do?
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No image is available on the screen. What
should I do?
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9 Service and support
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Need help?
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Information to the customer
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Safety precautions
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Copyright
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Disclaimer
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FCC compliance
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Compliance with Electro-Magnetic Field
(EMF)
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Recycling
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Limitations of damages
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6 Features provided by Webcam Driver
SPZ3000
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Properties
General tab
Video tab
Audio tab
Features tab
7 Technical specications
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8 Frequently asked questions (FAQ) 16
How can I adjust image quality?
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The microphone of my Philips SPZ3000
webcam or headset does not work
(properly). What should I do?
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1 Your webcam
Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benet from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
• At www.philips.com/welcome, select
your language and choose Register my
product . Then follow the on-screen
instructions for registration.
Please read the following instructions carefully,
and retain them for future reference.
What’s in the box
Please check that the following items are
packed in the Philips SPZ3000 webcam box.
• Philips SPZ3000 webcam
Welcome
•
The Philips SPZ3000 webcam you have just
purchased is manufactured to the highest
standards and will give you years of trouble-free
use. Brilliant images and amazing sound quality,
that’s what you get with the SPZ3000 webcam.
After installation, the new webcam can be
used for all sorts of applications, such as:
• Video: Use the Philips SPZ3000 webcam
for video chatting and video calling. The
webcam works with Skype, Windows®
Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, AOL
Instant Messenger, QQ and other instant
messaging and VoIP (Voice over Internet
Protocol) services;
• Video sharing: Create your own video
clips and share them with friends and
family via email, etc.;
• Snapshot images: With Philips
applications installed, use the snapshot
button to easily take photos and share
your photos via Facebook, Flickr,
MySpace, and etc.;
The following sections in this manual give a
step-by-step description on how to use the
Philips SPZ3000 webcam.
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Quick start guide
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
SPZXXXX
Quick Start Guide
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Supply power to the webcam when
it is connected to the notebook or
desktop PC
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Functional overview
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a Snapshot button
• With Philips applications installed,
take photos directly
b Power LED
• Lights up when the webcam is in use
c Focus ring
• Adjust the focus of the image
manually
d Built-in microphone
• Capture voice and sound during
video calling and recording
e Rotating joint
• Change the viewing eld of the
webcam manually
f Clamp with rubber rims
• Mount the webcam on your (at
panel) PC monitor or notebook
screen
• Fold the clamp when the webcam is
placed on a desk or (large) desktop
monitor
g USB connector
• Connect the webcam to the USB
port of the notebook or desktop PC
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2 Get started
Connect the webcam to your
PC/notebook
(Optional) Install the webcam
software and driver
Note
• To use special features provided by Philips
CamSuite and Webcam Driver SPZ3000, visit
www.philips.com/support and download the
applications from the website. Philips CamSuite
only works on PCs with the operating systems
Microsoft® Windows® XP (SP2 and higher),
Vista, or Windows 7. After the software
installation, you can adjust Philips SPZ3000
webcam settings on respective property pages.
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At www.philips.com/support, click the
Choose country / language box to select
your country/language.
2
Click the Search box, enter SPZ3000 and
then click the search button.
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Click SPZ3000 under the search results.
Click Support .
» Under Product support, you will
nd information about Software and
drivers.
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Download the software or driver installer
that you want.
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Run the installer and follow the
instructions on the screen to complete
the installation.
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2
Turn on the PC/notebook.
For the rst time you use the webcam
with Philips CamSuite, install the software
downloaded from the website.
» After the software installation is complete,
the Philips CamSuite icon is displayed at
the lower right corner of the screen.
3
Use the clamp to mount the webcam on
your PC monitor or notebook display.
• Fold the clamp to place the webcam
on a desk or (large) desktop monitor.
4
Connect the cable to a USB port on the
PC/notebook.
» After the webcam is properly
connected, the following pop-up
window is displayed at the lower right
corner of the screen .
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Aim the webcam in a proper angle.
» After you launch Philips CamSuite, you
can use the features provided by the
application for Philips SPZ3000 webcam.
Tip
• You can use the same way to download the
latest software and driver available for Philips
SPZ3000 webcam.
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3 Use the webcam
for video
chatting
Philips SPZ3000 webcam works with Skype,
Windows® Live Messenger,Yahoo! Messenger,
AOL Instant Messenger, QQ and other instant
messaging and VoIP (Voice over Internet
Protocol) services.
After you install one of the above applications,
you can plug the webcam into the PC/
notebook and use it for video chatting.
After use, you can fold the camera to store it.
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4 Philips CamSuite
Philips CamSuite provides a quick access to a
number of the most used features and settings.
To enjoy the special features and settings
provided by Philips CamSuite, install it before
using it with Philips SPZ3000 webcam.
After you install Philips CamSuite, you can
double-click the Philips CamSuite icon on
the Windows toolbar to access the Philips
CamSuite control panel.
• If Webcam Driver SPZ3000 is not
installed, the following control panel is
displayed :
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If you also have Webcam Driver
SPZ3000 installed on the PC/notebook, a
different interface of the Philips CamSuite
control panel is displayed and a different
[Properties] window is displayed after
you click .
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Record and play a video
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5 Philips CamSuite
Capture
Note
• If you select any resolution higher than 640
Via Philips CamSuite Capture, you have access
to the following webcam features:
• Take photos
• Record videos
• Send photos or videos by email
• Adjust settings for photo, video, mute,
and multimedia folders
• Know the software version of Philips
CamSuite
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To launch Philips CamSuite Capture, click
on the Philips CamSuite control panel
or double-click on the desktop.
To close Philips CamSuite Capture, click
the close button at the top right corner
of the Philips CamSuite Capture window.
x 480 (VGA), the recording icon is disabled.
You can select a lower resolution to enable
recording.
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2
Aim the camera as needed.
In the Philips CamSuite Capture window,
click to start recording.
• To pause recording, click .
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To stop recording, click .
» A video is recorded and stored in the
video gallery (also in the selected in
the video folder on the PC/notebook).
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To play a video in the video gallery,
double-click it.
Tip
• Before you play a video, ensure that you have a
Tip
multimedia player installed on the PC/notebook.
• If you are already using the webcam in another
application, you will not be able to see any image
in the viewer of Philips CamSuite Capture.
Take and view a photo
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2
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Aim the camera in a proper angle.
In the Philips CamSuite Capture window,
click .
» A photo is taken and stored in in the
photo gallery (also in the selected
photo folder on the PC/notebook).
To view a photo in the photo gallery,
double-click it.
Image resolution
You can set different image resolutions for
photos/videos taken via the webcam:
• 160 x 120 (SQVGA)
• 176 x 144 (QCIF)
• 320 x 240 (E-mail size)
• 352 x 288 (CIF)
• 640 x 480 (VGA)
• 1280 x 1024 (1.3 MP, for photo only)
• 2560 x 2048 (for photo only)
Note
• For video recording, the maximum resolution is
up to 640 x 480 (VGA).
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1
In the Philips CamSuite Capture window,
click the drop-down arrow.
» The provided resolution options are
listed.
2
Select a preferred resolution option.
To apply another resolution setting,
repeat Step 1 and Step 2.
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Screen mode
Via Philips CamSuite Capture, you can view a
photo or play a video in different modes:
• Normal screen mode
• Full screen mode
• Fit on screen
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In the Philips CamSuite Capture window,
click to switch between modes, from
[Normal screen mode] to [Full screen
mode] / [Fit on screen] or from [Full
screen mode] / [Fit on screen] to
[Normal screen mode].
» You can select [Fit on screen] or [Full
screen mode] in the drop down list.
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Click to show the video gallery.
To hide the gallery, click
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Open the photo/video folder
In the photo gallery:
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Select a photo and then click
the photo folder.
In the video gallery:
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Select a video and then click
the video folder.
To display the photo/video menu via rightclick on the mouse:
1
In the photo/video gallery, select a photo/
video.
2
Right-click the mouse.
» The photo/video menu is displayed.
3
Select an option to continue.
Options on the photo menu:
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Photos and videos taken via the webcam are
stored in the photo or video gallery and in the
selected photo or video folder (multimedia
folders).
To access the gallery:
1
In Philips CamSuite Capture, click
to show gallery.
2
Click
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to show the photo gallery.
to open
Photo/Video menu
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Gallery
to open
[View]: To view the selected
photo(s)
[Email]: To send the selected
photo(s) via email
[Delete]: To delete the selected
photo(s)
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To cancel the deletion, click [No] in the
pop-up window.
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Options on the video menu:
[Play]: To play the selected video(s)
[Email]: To send the selected
video(s) via email
[Delete]: To delete the selected
video(s)
Send photo(s)/video(s) via email
1
In the photo/video gallery, select
photo(s)/video(s) that you want to send
via email.
2
Click .
» An email message is displayed with the
selected photo(s)/video(s) attached.
3
Send the email.
Delete photo(s)/video(s) from the
gallery
1
In the photo/video gallery, select
photo(s)/video(s) that you want to delete.
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3
Click
beside .
In the pop-up window, click [Yes].
» The selected photo(s)/video(s) are
deleted from the gallery.
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6 Features
provided by
Webcam Driver
SPZ3000
Audio settings
• Noise reduction
If both Webam Driver SPZ3000 and Philips
CamSuite are installed on the PC/notebook,
Philips CamSuite provides a quick access to the
following features provided by Webcam Driver
SPZ3000:
Webcam settings
• Select an available Philips webcam
• Adjust properties
Image settings
• Digital zoom
• Face tracking
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1
Click one of the buttons on the Philips
CamSuite control panel to access a
settings panel.
2
In each settings panel, check the boxes to
activate the features.
• To disable a feature, clear the box.
Tip
• For details of the features, see the “Properties”
section.
1
In the Philips CamSuite control panel,
click .
2
Click the [Webcam settings] button.
» The [Properties] window is displayed.
3
In the [Properties] window, click one
of the following four tabs to go on with
settings adjustment:
• General
• Video
• Audio
• Features
General tab
images. If this option is used under normal
lighting conditions, the video image may be
overexposed.
[Region]
During installation, this parameter will be set
automatically to the correct region frequency.
When you travel, you may need to change the
setting to optimize the image quality.
The region frequency settings for different
countries are listed below.
Country (region)
Region frequency
Europe
50 Hz
North America
60 Hz
China
50 Hz
Taiwan
60 Hz
Japan
Region-dependent
Tip
• Please check your local mains output to nd the
correct region setting.
On the [General] tab, you can adjust the
following settings:
[Flickerless image]
The [Flickerless image] option should only
be used under ickering light conditions
(e.g. uorescent or neon lamps) to prevent
ickering or strangely colored video
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Properties
Video tab
On the [Video] tab, you can now adjust the
following settings:
[Full automatic control]
This full automatic control mode provides
a very easy way to get the best out of your
Philips SPZ3000 webcam. Or you can choose
to have maximum manual control over
the webcam settings by switching the full
automatic control mode off. Full automatic
control ‘on’ is the preferred setting for normal
use.
Techniques active within full automatic control
mode are:
• Automatic exposure control and
automatic white balance control, to
provide the best video source signal
possible;
• Automatic frame rate selection for
improved webcam sensitivity in low
light conditions.
[Frame rate]
A frame is a single picture or still shot, that is
shown as part of a larger video or movie. The
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frame rate is the number of frames displayed
per second. The higher the frame rate, the
better the video display but the higher the
load on the processor.
You can use the scroll open menu to set
the frame rate of the video that you wish to
capture. For example, 30 fps means that the
webcam will capture video at 30 frames per
second.
[Auto Exposure]
The exposure is the amount of light received
by the sensor and is determined by how long
the sensor is exposed to capture a snapshot
or video frame. The result depends on the
sensitivity of the sensor. The webcam will nd
the optimal setting if you select the automatic
exposure option.
[Shutter Speed]
The shutter speed determines how long the
camera shutter remains open as a picture
is taken. The slower the shutter speed, the
longer the exposure time. The shutter speed
controls the total amount of light reaching the
sensor.
Use the slider to set the desired shutter
speed.
[Gain]
In video, gain is the amount of white in a video
picture. Use the slider to set the desired gain
level.
[Reset]
Press this button if you would like to reset
the webcam settings to the default factory
settings.
[Restore]
Press this button if you would like to restore
your preferred settings.
[Save]
Press this button if you would like to save your
preferred settings.
[Auto White Balance]
Most light sources are not 100% pure white
but have a certain ‘color temperature’.
Normally our eyes compensate for lighting
conditions with different color temperatures.
If the automatic white balance is selected,
the webcam will look for a reference point
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which represents white. It will then calculate
all other colors based on this white point and
compensate the other colors accordingly, just
like the human eye.
You can also select xed settings for [Indoor],
[Outdoor] and [Fluorescense] conditions or
use the ‘Red’ and ‘Blue’ effect if you would like
to set the webcam according to your color
temperature preferences.
[Brightness]
Brightness enables you to adjust the brightness
of the displayed image or video to suit your
own preference. Use the slider to nd your
preferred setting.
[Contrast]
Contrast enables you to control the ratio
between dark and light according to your
own preference. Use the slider to nd your
preferred setting.
[Gamma]
Gamma enables you to brighten dark areas
within the displayed image or video and
visualize more details without over-exposing
already light areas. Use the slider to nd your
preferred setting.
[Saturation]
Saturation enables you to set the color
reproduction from black and white to a
full color image or video according to your
own preference. Use the slider to nd your
preferred setting.
[Black & White]
The [Black & White] checkbox is used to
switch from color images to black and white
or bring back the color.
[Backlight compensation]
Turn on the backlight compensation to
improve the image quality when you have
a scene where the background has a high
illumination level (for instance when you are
sitting in front of a bright light).
[Mirror]
When you enable this function, the image
ips horizontally. You can use this feature
when you want to use the Philips SPZ3000
and monitor as a mirror, or to take pictures of
mirrored images.
On the [Audio] tab, you can now adjust the
following settings:
[Noise Reduction]
With this function, you can signicantly
reduce all stationary noises picked up by the
webcam’s microphone, such as air conditioner
noise and the noise made by the fan inside
your computer. It enhances clarity of speech in
both quiet and noisy environments.
Volume slider
This slider provides manual control over the
microphone.
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Features tab
On the [Features] tab, you can now adjust the
following settings:
[Face tracking]
If you activate the [Face tracking] option,
the webcam will track your face. This gives
you more convenience during video chatting,
because you stay in the centre of the image
even if you move during video chatting.
[Digital Zoom]
With this function, you can get a closer view
of an object.
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Use the slider to dynamically zoom in and
out.
Tip
• Digital zoom magnies the pixels but not the
actual image. It degrades image quality.
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Sensor
resolution
VGA (640 x 480 pixels)
Video capture 1.2 MP (Software enhanced,
resolution
with Philips CamSuite
(Max.)
installed)
Photo
resolution
(Max.)
1.2 MP (Software enhanced,
with Philips CamSuite
installed);
5.0 MP (Software enhanced,
with Philips CamSuite and
Webcam Driver SPZ3000
installed)
Frames per
second
30 fps Max.
Lens F-number F2.6
Lens angle of
view
50 degrees
Minimum
subject
illumination
< 5 lux
Video format
YUY2, RGB24 and I420
(With Webcam Driver
SPZ3000 installed)
Microphone
Built-in microphone with
audio enhancement
Windows®
OS
Windows® 7 compliant
USB interface
USB 2.0 High speed
USB video
class
UVC compliant
USB cable
length
1.5 m
Power
Supplied via USB cable;
5V DC, 0.15A
System requirements for a Microsoft
Windows-based PC:
• Minimum system requirements:
• 1.6 GHz or equivalent
• 512 MB RAM for Windows XP
• 1 GB RAM (32Bit) for Windows
Vista and Windows 7
• OS: Windows XP SP2, Vista, and
Windows 7
• 200 MB of available hard disk space
• One free USB2.0 port
• Soundcard and speakers (OScompatible)
• 16-bits Color display @ 800x600
with DirectX 3D support
• DirectX 9.0c or higher
• Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
• Broadband Internet connection to
download drivers, Philips CamSuite,
and manuals
• Adobe reader to read *PDF les
•
Recommended system requirements:
• 2.4 GHz dual core or equivalent
• 1 GB RAM (32Bit) / 2GB RAM
(64Bit) for Windows XP, Vista, and
Windows 7
• DirectX 9.0c or higher
• Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0.
• Broadband Internet connection
• Adobe reader to read *PDF les
Recommended system requirements for an
Apple Mac:
• Mac OS X v10.4 ‘Tiger’ - 10.5
‘Leopard’
• 200 MB of available hard disk space
• USB port 2.0
Note
• This webcam works with Mac OS X as plug-andchat device.
• The software for video and sound enhancement
is only compatible with Windows XP and later
versions.
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7 Technical
specifications
8 Frequently
asked questions
(FAQ)
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Click the Voice tab in the displayed
window.
4
Set the Philips SPZ3000 webcam or the
connected headset as default device for
Voice recording.
5
Click OK to save your settings.
How can I adjust image
quality?
The default settings of the Philips webcam
usually offer the best possible image quality.
If you have Philips CamSuite or Webcam Driver
SPZ3000 installed on the PC/notebook, you
can also adjust image quality via the settings
provided by Philips CamSuite or Webcam
Driver SPZ3000.
The microphone of my Philips
SPZ3000 webcam or headset
does not work (properly).
What should I do?
For Windows XP (SP2):
1
On the PC/notebook, click Start >
Control panel.
2
Click Sounds and Audio Devices.
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On the PC/notebook, click Start >
Control panel.
2
3
4
Click Hardware and Sound.
Click Sound.
Click the Recording tab in the displayed
window.
Using my Philips SPZ3000
webcam makes my PC/
notebook run slow. What
should I do?
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For Windows Vista:
Close the software applications that do
not necessarily need to run.
Tip
• The maximum frame rate (frames per second
(fps) produced by the webcam) and the
maximum image resolution depend on the
specications of your PC/notebook.With the
Full automatic control feature, the webcam
software will automatically adjust frame rate
and resolution as good as possible for your
particular situation. It might be possible that the
specications of your PC/notebook do not meet
the requirements for maximum frame rate and
resolution setting.
No image is available on the
screen. What should I do?
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Select the Philips SPZ3000 webcam
or the connected headset and click Set
Default .
6
Click OK to save your settings.
For Windows 7:
1
On the PC/notebook, click Start >
Control panel.
2
3
4
Click Hardware and Sound.
1
Ensure that the webcam is connected
properly.
2
Check whether you are using the
webcam in another application.
3
Close the other application.
Tip
• You cannot use the webcam in more than one
application at the same time.
Click Sound > Manage audio device.
Click the Recording tab in the displayed
window.
5
Select the Philips SPZ3000 webcam
or the connected headset and click Set
Default .
6
Click OK to save your settings.
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9 Service and
support
Need help?
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•
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First of all, read this user manual carefully.
The model number of your product is
SPZ3000.
When you need further support about
registration, setup, usage, features, software
upgrade, specication, and warranty, etc. of the
product, see www.philips.com/support.
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•
1
At www.philips.com/support , click the
Choose country / language box to select
your country/language.
•
•
2
Click the Search box, enter SPZ3000 and
click the Search button.
•
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4
Click SPZ3000 under the search results.
Click Support .
» Under Product support, you will nd
information about Overview, Latest
updates, Manuals and documentation,
Frequently asked questions, Product
information, Product registration, and etc..
» Under Service information, you will
nd information on warranty.
» Under Contact, you will nd telephone
numbers of Philips Consumer Care
helpdesk.
Information to the customer
Safety precautions
Observe the following guidelines to ensure
that the webcam will operate safely and to
prevent defects.
• Do not use your webcam in
environments outside the following
range: temperature: 0°C to 40°C, relative
humidity: 45% ~ 85%.
• Do not use or store your webcam in/under:
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• direct sunlight exposure;
• very humid and dusty environment;
• near any kind of heat sources.
If your webcam gets wet, dry it with soft
cloth as soon as possible.
If the lens is dirty, do NOT touch the lens
with your ngers.
Clean the outside of the webcam with a
soft cloth.
Do NOT use cleaning uids based on
alcohol, methylated spirit, ammonia, etc.
Do NOT attempt to disassemble or
repair your webcam by yourself. Do
not open the webcam. In the event of
technical difculties return it to your
Philips retailer.
Do NOT use your webcam in the water.
Protect the webcam from oil, vapour,
steam, moisture, and dust.
Never point the webcam lens at the sun.
Copyright
Copyright © 2009 by Philips Consumer
Lifestyle B.V.
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Disclaimer
Philips makes no warranty of any kind with
regard to this material, including, but not limited
to, the implied warranties of merchantability
and tness for a particular purpose.
Philips assumes no responsibility for any error
that may appear in this document. Philips
makes no commitment to update nor to keep
current the information contained in this
document.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
a this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
b this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Note
• This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
• These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
Any unauthorized modication to this
equipment could result in the revocation of
the authorization to operate the equipment.
Compliance with Electro-Magnetic
Field (EMF)
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
manufactures and sells many products
targeted at consumers, which, like any
electronic apparatus, in general have the
ability to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to
take all necessary health and safety measures
for our products, to comply with all applicable
legal requirements and to stay well within
the EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop, produce and
market products that cause no adverse health
effects. Philips conrms that if its products are
handled properly for their intended use, they
are safe to use according to scientic evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the development
of international EMF and safety standards,
enabling Philips to anticipate further
developments in standardisation for early
integration in its products.
Recycling
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin
symbol attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
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disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
All redundant packing material has been
omitted. We have done our utmost to make
the packaging easily separable into mono
materials.
Please observe the local regulations regarding
the disposal of packing materials.
Warning
• Plastic bags can be dangerous.To avoid danger of
suffocation, keep this bag away from babies and
small children.
Limitations of damages
The vendor will not be liable for any indirect,
special, incidental or consequential damages
(including damages for loss of business, loss
of pro ts, or the like), whether based on
breach of contract, tort (including negligence),
product liability or otherwise, even if the
vendor or its representatives have been
advised of the possibility of such damages and
even if a remedy set forth herein is found to
have failed its essential purpose.
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All rights reserved.
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