Index
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Package Contents ................................................................................................................................ 4
Product Overview ................................................................................................................................. 5
Panel Front side ............................................................................................................................ 5
Panel Back side ............................................................................................................................ 5
Remote Control ............................................................................................................................. 6
Connect................................................................................................................................................ 7
Setup.................................................................................................................................................... 8
Initial setup .................................................................................................................................... 8
Setup Menu................................................................................................................................... 9
Multimedia Jukebox ........................................................................................................................... 16
Playback the media files in the USB storage .............................................................................. 16
The first page ....................................................................................................................... 16
Movie ................................................................................................................................... 17
Subtitle display..................................................................................................................... 19
Resume Play........................................................................................................................ 19
Playback search................................................................................................................... 20
Music ................................................................................................................................... 20
Photo ................................................................................................................................... 22
Thumbnail preview............................................................................................................... 22
Slide show with Music.......................................................................................................... 23
Zoom in and pan the focus................................................................................................... 23
Rotating the photo................................................................................................................ 23
Browse the folder of digital camera...................................................................................... 23
All......................................................................................................................................... 24
Edit the media files...................................................................................................................... 25
Rename ............................................................................................................................... 25
Delete .................................................................................................................................. 25
Playlist......................................................................................................................................... 26
Network player ................................................................................................................................... 28
Setup the IP Address .................................................................................................................. 28
Setup the IP Address for PC manually ................................................................................. 28
Check the computer name and the workgroup for PC ................................................................ 31
Setup the share folder on PC ...................................................................................................... 34
Browse and play the media on your PC ...................................................................................... 35
My Shortcuts ............................................................................................................................... 38
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UPnP player ....................................................................................................................................... 40
The setup for Windows XP.......................................................................................................... 40
Windows Media Player 11 Setup (on Windows XP/Vista) ........................................................... 42
Import the media files on Windows Media Player 11................................................................... 44
Browse through UPnP................................................................................................................. 44
NAS function ...................................................................................................................................... 45
Enabling NAS function ................................................................................................................ 45
Access NAS function................................................................................................................... 46
Maintenance....................................................................................................................................... 48
Reset the device ......................................................................................................................... 48
Power on/Standby time ............................................................................................................... 48
Battery......................................................................................................................................... 48
Black screen ............................................................................................................................... 48
Can’t use Thumbnail function...................................................................................................... 48
Can’t see subtitle through UPnP playback .................................................................................. 48
Can’t playback the video ............................................................................................................. 48
Can’t playback the audio in the Movie......................................................................................... 49
Connect DVI to HDMI converter.................................................................................................. 49
Smooth playback through Ethernet/Wireless LAN ...................................................................... 49
TV Overscan issue...................................................................................................................... 49
Video/Audio codec support for PD-100N .................................................................................... 50
Specification................................................................................................................................ 52
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Introduction
PD-100N is a powerful media player which truly decodes, playback and outputs High Definition
1080p in the market. Through the USB 2.0 port and the HDMI interface, PD-100N playback the HD
MPEG2, HD VC-1, HD AVC/H.264 movie or transport stream from the USB flash drive or hard disk
drive to HDTV screen. The Network function allows you to browse the video file in your PC, NAS
which is in your room and play it on TV in the living room.
Feature Highlight:
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Decode and output High Definition 1080p video and Photo.
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Support Mainstream formats of HD video including MPEG-2, VC-1, H.264/AVC and RMVB HD.
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Within the next generation interface—HDMI 1.3 output.
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Ethernet port supports Network player function.
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High performance video playback. Experience fluent playback control like Zoom out/in, Pan the
picture, Fast Forward, Fast Reverse, Slow-motion.
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Fully supports the subtitle format. Dynamically change the subtitle display by remote control.
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Photo playback via HD. Supports Up to 4 mega-pixel photo files, 16X Zoom in, 3-direction
rotation.
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Slide show mode with 8 kinds of transition effect. Background music playback is supported.
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Rich types of music file. The playback function includes Fast Forward, Fast Reverse, Repeat,
Shuffle and Shuffle Repeat.
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Within USB 2.0 port, plug-and-play the USB Flash Drive, USB Mobile Hard Disk Drive , USB Card
Reader, USB Wi-Fi Dongle.
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Supports all most all formats of HDD and has the most interchangeability.
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Easy to use and intuitive control. Change to setup menu at any time even in media playing to
provide the fluent control.
Package Contents
Please check the parts in the package. Contact the distributor if something is missing.
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4.
One PD-100N HD Media Player
One power adapter
One remote control unit
Two AAA batteries
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One RCA cable
One quick installation guide
This User’s manual
One warranty
Product Overview
Panel Front side
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4.
5.
LED/button/connector:
(1) USB port: These two USB 2.0 type A sockets are for the external USB Flash Disk, USB Mass
Storage, or USB Wi-Fi Dongle.
(2) IR sensor: It receives the command from remote control unit. Do not block the port.
(3) Power indicator: It lights on when the power is plugged in.
(4) USB indicator: It lights when the USB Storage is plugged in and ready. It may take 5 seconds to
ready when the USB storage is plugged in.
(5) POWER STANDBY: Press it to standby or wake up this player.
Panel Back side
Video connection: Please select one below to connect the TV set.
HDMI output: This port is to connect with HDMI receiver or HDMI TV set.
VIDEO (CVBS): This port is for the CVBS input of TV set.
Audio connection: Please select one below to connect the TV set or S/PDIF receiver.
AUDIO L/R: These ports are the analog stereo audio channels to the input of TV set. If the HDMI is
connected, then you don’t need to connect AUDIO L/R.
S/PDIF: This is the TOSLINK digital output for audio.
Ethernet port: This is the Ethernet port for the sharing through Local Network.
DC IN: It connects the DC input of the Power Adapter. The power requirement is 12Vdc, 1.5 A.
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Remote Control
MUTE: Mute
POWER: Power on/Suspend
MUSIC: Hotkey to view the music file
PHOTO: Hotkey to view the photo file
MOVIE: Hotkey to view the movie file
RED / GREEN / YELLOW / BLUE: Special function
Function key
File browser
Network function
Red
None
Refresh
Green
Edit
Edit
Yellow
Switch to
None
Thumbnail
Blue
Back to home
Back to home
c: UP
e: LEFT
f: RIGHT
d: DOWN
ENTER: ENTER
RETURN: go up one folder/Exit the current menu
MENU: open System Setup page
1 FR: Number key 1, Fast Reverse
2 PLAY: Number key 2, Playback
3 FF: Number key 3, Fast Forward
4 SLOW: Number key 4, Slow motion
5 PAUSE/STEP: Number key 5, Pause and step in frame by frame
6 STOP: Number key 6, Stop
7 REPEAT: Number key 7, 1/ALL repeat
8 PREV: Number key 8, Previous file/section
9 NEXT: Number key 9, Next file/section
0 ZOOM +/-: Number key 0, Zoom In/Fit
RESOLUTION: Change resolution for the video output.
VOLUME +/-: increase/decrease volume
INFO: Display the information/DVD menu during playback
EDIT: Delete, Rename and add the folders and the files to the playlist.
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Connect
There are three ways shown below to connect this player to your TV set. Please choose one to apply.
Basic connection:
Power Cord: Connect the DC input in the device.
Audio cable output: Connect the cables to TV set.
CVBS video output (NTSC or PAL): Connect to TV set.
HDMI connection:
Power Cord: Connect the DC input in the device.
HDMI output (Up to 1080p): Connect to HDMI input of TV set. The HDMI port sends digital video
and audio signal through the cable. In this configuration, the audio output must be set
to LPCM 2CH. Please refer to the section of Audio setting.
*HDMI output to HDMI receiver: Connect HDMI input to the HDMI receiver, and then connects
another HDMI cable from the receiver to TV set like PD-100N -> HDMI receiver ->
HDMI TV set. In this configuration, the multichannel audio can be enabled and
decoded by the HDMI receiver. Please set the audio output to HDMI RAW. Refer to the
section of Audio setting for further instruction.
SPDIF connection:
Either Basic connection or HDMI connection can apply SPDIF connection. This connection provides
5.1 audio data to the SPDIF receiver, and then the receiver decodes it into 5.1 audio outputs.
TOSLINK cable: Connect the optical cable from this port to the SPDIF input of the audio receiver.
When connecting SPDIF, the connection of AUDIO R/L isn’t required.
Multichannel audio setting: To obtain the multichannel audio via SPDIF, setup the audio output to
SPDIF RAW.
Network connection:
Choose either Ethernet cable or USB Wi-Fi dongle for the network connection.
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Setup
Please check the battery of Remote Control first, and then start the initial setup.
Initial setup
When plugged in the power at the first time, after the booting logo, the setup page should display to
start the initial setting. The first item is the menu language. Please setup the menu language for OSD.
Use ▲▼ button to select the language and press “ENTER” to confirm.
Note: Before beginning this process, if you want to connect HDMI, please connect it first and then
start the configuration.
The second item is to choose the resolution of the video output according to your TV set and the
connection between this play and TV set.
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For HDMI TV set, the device detects the available resolution of your TV set and lists them on
screen. In the list of resolution, the available option is in white character and the unsupported one
is in dark character. We recommend you to select the option “HDMI Auto” which enables the
maximum resolution on your TV set.
For CVBS output, choose “NTSC” for NTSC TV set or “PAL” for PAL TV set.
Note: The CVBS is always output SD video no matter which resolution is chosen.
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The final item is to setup the aspect ratio for your TV set. If your TV set is 4:3 then you can choose
Pan Scan 4:3 or Letter Box 4:3. If you have wide-screen TV then you can choose 16:9. Use ▲▼
button to select one and press “ENTER” to confirm.
The initial setting can be configured anytime in the setup menu. Please refer to the setup menu.
Setup Menu
You can press “MENU” to open the setup menu. Use ◄► key to select different pages among
“System”, “Video”, “Audio”, “Photo” and “NET”. Use ▲▼ key to select different item to setup. Press
“ENTER” to open detail setting for configuration.
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The menu structure and options are listed below.
1. System
Select this option to open the detail setting for the system.
Menu Language: Select the OSD language among English, Chinese Traditional, Español, Fran ais,
Deutsch, Italiano, Dutch, Pyccкий, Chinese Simplified and Portuguese.
Screen Saver: Select to turn off/no the screen saver. The default setting is on which displays icon
randomly on screen after 5 minutes idle. When using the device on the plasma TV, it
is recommended to turn on screen saver
Restore Default: Select this option to reset the setting to factory default.
Firmware Update: Select this option to apply the new firmware. When you find the new firmware,
please check the “System Info” for current firmware vision to see if the device
needs to upgrade. If so, please download the firmware file for upgrade. The
upgrade procedure is below.
1. Prepare an empty flash disk. Plug it into PC and copy all firmware files to its root directory.
2. Plug it into this device.
3. Open the “Firmware Update” option in the configure menu. Press it and select “OK” to
continue.
4. Wait for 5 minutes. Do not unplug the power during the upgrade procedure. When the
upgrade is completed, it will reboot and return to the main screen.
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System Info: It displays the firmware version including system version, audio-firmware version
video-firmware version and the TV system of this device.
2. Video
Select this option to open the detail setting for video display.
Aspect Ratio: Select one among these options “Pan Scan 4:3, Letter Box 4:3, 16:9”.
Pan Scan 4:3: Select for a full-height picture with both sides cut.
Letter Box 4:3: Select for the “wide screen” display with black bands on the upper and lower parts
of the TV screen.
16:9: Select this for a wide screen 16:9 TV.
Note: When the movie is in wide screen 2.40:1, the both sides of the video is still cropped. Press
“Zoom -” to zoom out the video to fit the screen.
TV System: Select the resolution for the TV picture. This page is the same as the one in the initial
setup.
Entering this page and you can see the available resolution. Choose one to change the resolution.
The possible resolution for each TV system is listed below. Select the right resolution according to
the capability of your TV set.
TV System & Resolution
Standard Definition
High Definition
NTSC
NTSC, 480p
720p@60Hz, 1080i@60Hz, 1080p@60Hz
PAL
PAL, 576p
720p@50Hz, 1080i@50Hz, 1080p@50Hz
Only HDMI connection can output HD TV picture. Refer to the details below.
HDMI Connection: When the HDMI is connected, this device can detect the available resolution of
TV set. After entering the video setup page, the available resolution will be
shown in white character and the negative one will be in dark character.
HDMI Auto: When HDMI is connected, you can choose this option to use the maximum resolution
of TV set. If it is in dark character and can’t be selected, re-plug the HDMI cable and
re-enter this page to try again.
CVBS: The SD video will always output from this port no matter what resolution you selected.
Note: When connecting LCD monitor via DVI to HDMI converter, the player will detect the support
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resolution of LCD monitor. Only the supported resolution (white characters) can be selected.
1080P 24HZ: Select “On” to enable this option. When this option is on, the player will output 1080p
24Hz video when the condition below is all fulfilled:
1. The video output of this player is HDMI.
2. The EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) sent by the TV set through HDMI indicated
the support of 1080p 24Hz display.
3. The frame rate of the video file is 23.976 fps or 24 fps.
Movie Preview: Turn off this option to disable the preview of the movie file in the file browse
window.
Resume Play: Turn off this option to disable this function. The default is enabled and the video
playback progress is saved when stop and can be continued next time.
3. Photo
Select this option to open the detail setting for the photo display.
Slide Show Timing: Choose from these options “Off, 2 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 30
Seconds, 1 Minutes and 2 Minutes”. It decides the waiting time before changing
to the next photo while viewing photos.
Transition Effect: Choose from these options “Off, Cross Fade, Left to Right, Top to Bottom, Waterfall,
Snake, Dissolve, Strip Left Down and All Effect Shuffle”. It decides the transition
effect for changing photos.
4. Audio
Select this option to open the detail setting for the audio playback. There are four kinds of digital
audio output, and can be roughly divided into two categories “HDMI” and “SPDIF”. For the HDMI, it is
recommended to connect HDMI output to HDMI receiver or TV set. For the SPDIF Only, it is
recommended to connect SPDIF receiver.
HDMI LPCM (2CH): When connecting the HDMI to TV set directly, select this option for the correct
audio. The player transcodes the Multi-channel audio data into stereo digitized analog
audio (Linear pulse code modulation) and output through HDMI port.
HDMI RAW: When connecting to the HDMI receiver, select this option for the multichannel audio.
The player bypasses the digital audio such as Dolby Digital AC3 or DTS through HDMI
port. Please be aware of that the additional HDMI receiver is required to decode and
output the digital audio.
SPDIF LPCM (2CH): When connecting to the SPDIF receiver, select this option to output the digitized
analog audio (LPCM) audio.
SPDIF RAW: Select this option for the multichannel audio. The RAW data of audio such as DD AC3
or DTS will be sent through SPDIF to the receiver which decodes the digital audio data.
Note: For HDMI TV set + HDMI receiver: Select HDMI LPCM (2CH) or HDMI RAW.
For HDMI TV set + SPDIF receiver: Select SPDIF LPCM (2CH) or SPDIF RAW.
For HDMI TV set only: Select “HDMI LPCM (2CH)” for the correct sound.
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capability, select “HDMI RAW” might cause the breaking audio from TV set.
Karaoke Vocal Removal: Some MTV video stores vocal and music in the audio channel separately,
for example, the vocal in the right channel and the music in the left channel. Choose one
to remove Left or right channel audio. Because the audio location on every MTV video
file may be different, try to choose different audio channel to remove the right channel.
The rest channel will be output both channels so both speakers of TV set have audio. To
restore the normal audio, select “Normal” to apply.
5. Subtitle
Select this option to open the detail setting for the subtitle display.
Subtitle Encoding: Select the encoding for subtitle file, file name and folder name display from
Unicode (UTF8), Chinese Simplified (GBK), Chinese Traditional (BIG5),
Western (CP1252), Turkish (CP1254), Central European (CP1250), Greek
(CP1253), Cyrillic (CP1251), Hebrew (CP1255) and SE European (ISO
8859-16). Please select the right code to display or the garbage characters may
appear on OSD.
Subtitle Font Size: Select the font size for the subtitle. The available options are “+2, +1, Normal, -1
and -2”. The default setting is “Normal”. If the format of font is “idx + sub” or it is
the subtitle in DVD Video/ISO/IFO, the font size option here won’t be applied.
Subtitle Color: The default color is white for subtitle display and you can choose one of the other
colors including red, yellow, green, blue and black.
Subtitle Delay: If you find the display of external subtitle and the movie playback are not sync, you
can increase or decrease the delay for the subtitle display. Use the right/left key to
choose the time from -2000 ms to 2000 ms. The negative value means to show
subtitle earlier and the positive value means to show the subtitle later.
6. Net
Setup the IP Address of the player for the network sharing.
Connection: Choose to use either onboard Ethernet or external Wireless LAN to connect the network.
Only one interface is enabled at the same time. Both kinds of connection can use the
network function on this player.
Wired LAN setup: the available options are “Cancel”, “DHCP IP (AUTO)” and “FIX IP (MANUAL)”.
Select “Cancel” to discard the changes, “DHCP IP (AUTO)” to get the IP Address, or
“FIX IP (MANUAL)” to setup the IP Address manually. For selecting the DHCP IP, the IP
Address should show in the field after DHCP Renew window. For the FIX IP, the IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS server IP Address fields are required
filling in.
NAS: Select “On” to enable the NAS function. When it enabled, the USB storage inserted in this
player can be accessed from the LAN. Please refer to the chapter to use the NAS function.
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MAC Address: The MAC Address of this player is showed in this field.
Wireless LAN setup: Before configuring the WLAN network, insert the USB 802.11n Wi-Fi Dongle.
To setup the WLAN connection, you will go through the steps below. In each step, setup and press
“ENTER” to continue or press “RETURN” to previous step.
Profile
WLAN mode
Infra AP
WLAN Setup
Get SSID
Security Setup
IP Setup
Enter the key
DHCP
(Scan WLAN)
FIX IP
OK
Connection
Profile
Peer to Peer
1. Setup SSID
Ad Hoc
2. Security
Enter the key
FIX IP
OK
Profile: Choose one profile to edit or apply. The saved profile can be applied later. To apply the
profile, choose it and press blue key to apply. In the first setting, choose “Connection 1” and
press “ENTER” key to continue.
Connection: Select either to use “Infrastructure (AP)” or “Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc)”. The Infrastructure
mode requires an Access Point to access and the Ad Hoc mode is for the dongle to
dongle network.
The procedure divides into two ways here.
Infrastructure AP Mode:
Get SSID: select one SSID which is the network name for AP and then press “Enter” to continue.
Signal Strength: in this page, you can find the signal strength for every SSID. Adjust the position,
angle of the dongle or AP to get the high signal strength.
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Security setup: If the key is required for accessing AP, use the virtual keyboard on the monitor to
input the key. The key must be the same as the setting on your AP.
IP Setup: Choose to use DHCP IP or FIX IP. Generally, you select DHCP IP. If FIX IP is required, use
the virtual keyboard to input the IP Address.
Test Connection: In the final step, press “ENTER” to save the setting. The player will try this
connection and report the status. If it works then the setup is completed.
Peer to Peer Ad Hoc mode:
SSID: Use the default SSID or enter a new SSID.
Security: Select “None” for No encryption or “WEP” for WEP encryption. Press blue key to continue.
Enter the key: If choose WEP, use virtual keyboard to input the key. For WEP key, the length of
password could be 10 or 26 hex digits. The other Dongle associating to this
Peer-to-Peer network must use the same key.
Note: Only the personal encryption modes are supported including WEP-Open, WPA-PSK, and
WPA2-PSK.
Note: For the security season, this dongle only supports 11n data rate (Phy 300 Mbps) with no
wireless encryption or AES encryption. In the other encryption like WEP-Open,
WPA-PSK-TKIP or WPA2-PSK-TKIP mode, the data rate could only reach 11g (54 Mbps)
mode. We recommend setting AES algorithm like WPA-PSK-AES or WPA2-PSK-AES to
encrypt the WLAN.
Note: For the Ad Hoc wireless network, the dongle supports 11 b/g modes (Phy 54 Mbps Max.).
Support Dongle: ZW-N290 1T2R 802.11n USB dongle.
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Multimedia Jukebox
Playback the media files in the USB storage
You can playback the movies, music and photos in the connected USB storage via this device. Plug
in the USB storage, and then press the three buttons “MUSIC, PHOTO, MOVIE” to enter the interface
and playback the media files. In the interface, select “USB” and then press “ENTER” to browse the
media files.
When plugging in the USB Mass Storage device, USB card reader or USB flash disk into this device,
wait for 5 seconds, and you can see the message on screen “USB Detected” Then you can continue
to browse the USB device.
If the USB storage device is unplugged, the USB LED on the player will be off, and the following
message will show on screen: “USB Removed”
When selecting “USB”, the following message may pop up. Please follow the instructions to
continue. “USB Storage is not detected. Please plug in the USB Storage and try again. Please wait
about 5 seconds till the USB indicator lights if you already plug in the USB Storage.”
The first page
When powering on the player at the first time, the browser window with 5 options will be always
there for you to choose. Select “USB” to browse and play the USB storage, “NET” or “UPNP” to
browse the folders in PC, and “Playlist” to play the media files in the playlist. Select “Setup” for system
setup of the player. The tab in the top will filter the files such as “All” for all files, “Movies” for movie files,
“Photo” for picture files and “Music” for music files.
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Movie
Press “MOVIE” button to enter the interface. In the interface, you can use ▲▼ arrow keys to
move and highlight the file titles. Press “ENTER” to open the folder or file title, or press “RETURN” key
to return to the previous folder. After entering this page, you can select the USB icon, folder, or files to
browse. The right panel will show preview of the highlighted title.
*: To disable the movie preview, enter the menu and navigate to Video page to disable this function.
Press the file title and it starts to playback the video. When the movie begins to play, the four keys
“Red, Green, Yellow, Blue” will be showed in the top of the TV screen.
Red, Green, Yellow, Blue: When playing the video files supporting DVD menu such as ISO/IFO file,
you can press red key for “Menu”, green key for “Audio”, yellow key for “Subtitle” and blue key for
“Angle”.
►, ▐▐►: Press Play key to play file. Press Pause key to hold the playing. Press Play key again
to continue playing.
REPEAT: When playing the media, press to switch the repeat modes among the following modes,
“Repeat Title” to repeat the current file, “Repeat ALL” to repeat all files in the directory,
“Repeat Chapter” to repeat current chapter in VOB/IFO/ISO file, or “Repeat Off” to turn
off the repeat mode.
│◄◄, ►►│: Jump to the previous or next file. While playing VOB/ISO/IFO video files, press it to
jump to the previous/next chapter. If there is no chapter in this file, the player will
remind you to press the button again to jump to the next file.
: Ban sign. When pressing the irrelevant button, it will be blocked and shows this sign on
screen.
◄◄, ►►: Press to play fast forward or fast reverse. Press it again to switch the rate among
“1.5X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, and 32X”.
SLOW: While playing the video, press the button to play slow motion. Press again to toggle among
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the speeds 3/4X, 1/2X, 1/4X, 1/8X, 1/16X and 1X (normal speed)。
ZOOM +, -: Press “+” to enlarge the video to 2X, 3X, 4X, 8X. Press “-” to recover the video to 8X,
4X, 3X, 2X, 1X and Zoom-out. When zoom the video, you can use the direction key to
change the visible picture of the whole video.
Note: if the edge of the video is cut in the TV screen, press the Zoom “-” to fit the screen.
VOLUME +, -: Press volume keys to control the volume.
RETURN: Press it to go up one folder in the browse window.
Repeat: While playing the movie, press the key to loop the repeat mode among Title, Chapter, All
and off. “Title” is to repeat the current file. “Chapter” is to repeat the current chapter in the
title such as VOB, ISO and IFO format. “All” is to play every file in the current directory.
INFO: During the playing, press this key to pop up the DVD menu, and press it again to change to
the video information. For DVD menu, you can press the color key to toggle the respective
function.
Green key: In the browser, press it to edit the file name. You can rename or delete the file. Please
refer to the edit section for details.
Blue key: In the browser, press it to go to the root directory.
Yellow key: While playing ISO/IFO file which supports DVD menu, you can press it to switch the
language of the subtitle. When playing the other formats of video file, you can press it
to change the subtitle code among “OFF” for turning off the subtitle, “BIG5” for the
traditional Chinese, “GBK” for the simplified Chinese, and the rest European
languages.
When finishing the current video file, it will continue to play the next file in the directory to the last
file. You can also use REPEAT key (All, Chapter, Title) to repeat the current file or all files in the
directory during the playback. You can also use the playback control while playing the video. If you
press “INFO” key, the video information will show on screen.
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Subtitle display
External subtitle files: This device supports the subtitle file including the
formats of srt, sub, smi, idx+sub, ssa and ass. Please change the file
name of subtitle file as the same as the video file and put them in the
same folder. This device detects and applies the subtitle file automatically.
If you have multiple formats of subtitle file with the same file name in the
same folder, this device will show the menu for you to select one to play.
Use the direction key to select one and press “ENTER” to apply.
Adjust subtitle in the playback: when playing Movie with external subtitle, press ◄► keys to
change the font size of subtitle. There are 5 levels of size for selection including -2, -1, normal, +1,
and +2. Press ▲▼ keys adjust the position in the screen up or down.
External subtitle prior internal subtitle: some movie files, such MKV file, have internal subtitle. If
the internal subtitle is in foreign language that you can’t read, you can find an external subtitle like
SRT file which is in right language and put them in the same directory with same file name. The
player will display the external subtitle file instead of the internal subtitle.
Resume Play
This play supports play resuming function. When the video playback is stopped by the STOP key
or POWER key, the progress will be saved in the player. When you play the same file next time, the
confirming window pops up to apply this function. Select “OK” to replay from the last-time stop, or
select “Cancel” to play from the beginning. The video progress is saved even the electricity is
unplugged.
To disable this function, open the menu and navigate to Video page to select the “Resume Play”
option, and then turn off the option.
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Playback search
In the Movie playback, press “PLAY” key to open the sub menu. Use the direction key to navigate
among “Title”, “Chapter” and “Time”. Press “ENTER” key to enter each item and enter new unit, and
press “ENTER” key again to jump into the progress. When configuring the time, use the direction key
or the number key in the remote control to enter the value. To close the sub menu, press “RETURN”
key to close it.
Music
Press the “MUSIC” button to enter the interface. Navigate to highlight the file and press “ENTER”
to playback the file. When the file is highlighted, the right panel shows the tag information about the file
including artist, title, album, genre and track. It will continue to play next file till the last file. You can
also use the playback control while playing the video.
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►, ▐▐►: Press Play key to playback. Press Pause key to hold the playback. Press Play key again
to continue playing.
REPEAT: When playing the media, press to switch the repeat modes among the following modes:
Repeat Off: turn off the repeat mode.
Repeat Track: repeat the highlighted music file.
Repeat All: repeat to play all music files in the folder.
Shuffle Repeat: repeat the randomly select music file in the folder to playback.
Shuffle Only: randomly select music file in the folder to playback.
INFO: During the playing, press this key to pop up the audio information. The information includes
Index current song No. / Total song No, playback time, and the music title. The music title
will scroll automatically if it is too long to fit the field.
│◄◄, ►►│: Press to leap forward or backward 6 files.
◄◄, ►►: Press to play fast forward or fast reverse. Press it again to switch the rate among “2X,
4X, 8X, 16X, and 32X”. When switching to FF 2X, the playback still comes with audio.
VOLUME +, -: Press volume keys to control the volume.
RETURN: Press it to go up one folder in the browse window.
Green key: In the browser, press it to edit the file name. You can rename or delete the file. Please
refer to the edit section for details.
Yellow key: If the tag of the song is in garbage code or broken character, press this key to show
the information.
Blue key: In the browser, press it to go to the root directory.
: Ban sign. When pressing the irrelevant button, it will be blocked and shows this sign on
screen.
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Photo
Press the “PHOTO” button to enter the interface. Navigate to highlight the file and press “ENTER”
to playback the file. When the file is highlighted, the right panel shows the detail information about the
file. It will continue to play next file till the last file. You can also use the playback control while viewing
photo.
►, ▐▐►: Press Play key to playback. Press Pause key to hold the playback. Press Play key again
to continue playing.
REPEAT: When playing the media, press to switch the repeat modes among the following modes,
“Repeat All” to repeat all files in the directory or “Repeat Off” to turn off the repeat mode.
VOLUME +, -: Press volume keys to control the volume.
RETURN: Press it to go up one folder in the browse window.
Green key: In the browser, press it to edit the file name. You can rename or delete the file. Please
refer to the edit section for details.
Yellow key: In the photo browser, press this key to switch to thumbnail preview.
Blue key: In the browser, press it to go to the root directory.
: Ban sign. When pressing the irrelevant button, it will be blocked and shows this sign on
screen.
Thumbnail preview
When browsing the photo files, you can select the thumbnail view to browse the photo files. In the
browser, change the top-tab to Photo and then enter the folder to browse the photos. Press the yellow
key to switch to thumbnail mode. Use the direction keys to highlight the photo and press “ENTER” to
play. In the thumbnail window, press the yellow key again to return to the file list.
Note: The thumbnail function only applies under “Photo” tab and browsing photo files.
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Slide show with Music
Before viewing the photo, you can enter the Music interface to playback Music files first. Don’t
press “Stop” key but press “Photo” key to enter Photo interface and start viewing photo files. The photo
will show and change with music playing in the background.
The second way is to put music files in the same folder with photo files. When playing photo files,
the device will also play music files to start as slide show.
Zoom in and pan the focus
When viewing the photos, press “+” to zoom in and then “-” to change back. You can switch the
rate between 2X, 4X, 8X and 16X. When zoom-in to the photo, press ▲▼◄► arrow keys to move the
focus on the photo. You can see the overview window in the bottom right corner to indicate the current
focus.
Rotating the photo
When viewing the photos, press ◄► arrow keys to rotate from 90 to 180 or 270 degree. However,
if you zoom in the photo then you cannot rotate the photo.
Browse the folder of digital camera
When a digital still camera or a card reader within the memory card of digital still camera is
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inserted, this player can detect it and display the photo in the storage. Choose “OK” in the confirming
window to browse the photo.
*: This player only supports USB Storage mode so the digital still camera must be able to change to
USB Storage mode, otherwise it can’t be supported.
All
If the browse interface is already opened, press ◄► keys to navigate to “All” category to
browse all files including Movies, Music and Photo. Navigate to highlight the file and press “ENTER”
to playback the file. When the file is highlighted, the right panel shows the detail information about
the file. It will continue to play next file which is in the same kind of media till the last file. You can also
use the playback control while playing the media files. Please refer to the section of video, music and
photo playback.
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Edit the media files
In the browser window, press the “EDIT” key to open the edit window. You can rename or delete
the files in the browser. If you don’t want to continue, select “Return” or press “Return” key on the
remote control.
Rename
Choose “Rename” and the keyboard will be pop-up for entering new name. Use the arrow key to
highlight the key and press “ENTER” to input the character. When the input is complete, navigate to
highlight the “OK” button and then press “ENTER”.
Delete
Choose the “Delete” and the confirm window will pop up. Select “OK” to delete the file or “Return”
to cancel.
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Playlist
Edit playlist on this player to play Movie, Photo and Music in order. When browsing files,
press “EDIT” key to pop up the sub menu and select “Add into playlist” to add the file. To
play the files in the playlist, select “Playlist” in the first page, and choose one item to play.
Playlist type: There are four lists including “All”, “Music”, “Photo” and “Movie”. When adding a file to
playlist under media tab, you need to switch to the proper media tab which is added the
playlist to view it. For example, switch to “Movie” tab and add the file to playlist, and then
view the “Playlist” under “Movie” tab.
Green Key: In the browse window, press it to clear the playlist. The file won’t be erased and
only deleted in the playlist.
Blue Key: Press it to return the first page.
M3U playlist: Besides the playlist function in the player, the player also supports the M3U playlist file.
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User can edit a M3U file and put it in the USB storage for the player to play by its sequence.
For example, use the PC software “WINAMP” http://www.winamp.com/ to edit playlist and
export it to M3U file. If the file/folder name has non-English characters, it may require to
choose “M3U8 (Unicode) playlist” to export, or the player may not recognize it and report
the invalid file message.
After entering the M3U/M3U8 playlist, you can select the media tab to filer All, Music, Photo and
Movies.
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Network player
This player features an Ethernet port to allow it to browse and play the media files in the other PC
via Ethernet or Wireless LAN. With a few settings and the network connection, you can sit down in the
living room and watch the TV to operate this device, to browse and playback the Video, Music and
photo on your computer even it’s in your study room. The network topology is like below.
For the Wireless LAN connection, plug in the optional USB Wi-Fi dongle to apply the network function.
Refer to the setup chapter for setup WLAN.
Setup the IP Address
Before using this function, you have to connect the Ethernet port to your network. For the network
with a DHCP server such as a residential gateway, you can select “DHCP IP (AUTO)”. If you connect
this device to your PC directly, you can select the “FIX IP (MANUAL)” to setup an IP Address in the
same IP domain of PC. Please refer to the setup section for details.
Setup the IP Address for PC manually
If you connect the player to PC directly or don’t have a DHCP server, you need to configure the IP
Address for the Ethernet port of PC. The procedure below will walk you through the steps of the
setting. We take the setting of Windows XP for example.
First, double-click on the Network icon on the task bar.
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When the setup window shows, click “Properties” button to continue.
Choose the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and then click “Properties” button to continue.
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Click “Use the following IP address” and input the IP Address. The Static IP Address for the PC
should be in the same domain as the one of the player. For example, setup 192.168.2.3 for PC and
then setup 192.168.2.2 for the device. Please refer to the setup section for the setting of the player.
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Check the computer name and the workgroup for PC
In the beginning, you need to check the computer name and the workgroup of your PC. The
computer name and the workgroup are exposed in the LAN for being browsed and accessed. Right
click on the “My Computer” icon and select the “Properties” to continue.
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Select the tab “Computer Name” in the pop up window, and then check the Full computer name
and the Workgroup. The computer name and the workgroup can be found by the other PC to browse
and access. For the simplest network environment, we recommend choosing “WORKGROUP” as
your workgroup. The workgroup and the computer can be found by the player in the procedure later. If
you want to change the computer name or workgroup, click the “Change..” button to the next step.
After clicking the “Change..” button, the change window shows. Input the new computer name and the
workgroup in the respective fields and then click “OK”.
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When applying the new computer name and the new workgroup, the system will remind you to restart
the system to take effect. Confirm it in the next two windows. The PC will restart.
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Setup the share folder on PC
Now you can choose the folder to be shared. The shared folder can be accessed by the player or
other PC in the LAN. In order to browse the media files on your PC from the player, you have to put the
files in the folder and then make it to be a shared folder. Right click on the folder and select “Sharing
and Security” to continue.
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In the next window, select “Sharing” tab and check the option “Share this folder on the network”
and then click “OK” to apply. You can select multiple folders to share.
Browse and play the media on your PC
Now you can browse the folder on your player. Select “NET” in the first page. The scanned
workgroup will be showed in the list. In our example, the /My Shortcuts/ and /WORKGROUP/ are
displayed in the list. The /My Shortcuts/ is empty now because not set yet, so choose /WORKGROUP/.
After entering the workgroup, you may find multiple computer names in the network depend on your
network environment. Choose the one to continue.
Red Key: in the network list, press it to refresh the list.
Blue Key: press it to return to the first page.
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Generally you have an account name and password for login your PC. In the pop up window,
enter the User ID (Account name) and password for login. Press “ENTER” key and the keyboard
screen pops up.
Green Key: When you want to re-enter the User ID and the Password, press the key to pop up the
window again to input them.
In the virtual keyboard, navigate the highlighted key on the keyboard and press “ENTER” key to
input. When finished, select “OK” and press “ENTER” key to enter. After entering User ID, navigate the
highlighted block to password field and input it via the same steps.
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When the User ID and password are inputted, select “OK” to login and browse the file. For the
frequent PC for sharing, select “OK & Save to My Shortcuts” to login and also add this account in the
shortcut.
When entering the folder, select the file to browse. The Network Speed will be showed in the right
panel. The operation of playback is the same as the precious section. Please refer it for the operation.
Red Key: Press it on the remote control to refresh the file list.
Green Key: Press it to edit the file. You can rename or delete the file. Please refer to the previous
section for the details.
Blue Key: Press it to return to the first page.
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My Shortcuts
If you add the shortcut in the previous step, you can select the shortcut to login the PC. Select /My
Shortcuts/ and then you can see the shortcut you have set. Choose it to enter without re-entering the
User ID and Password. If you haven’t set up the shortcut yet, you can add it manually. Press the green
key to enter the edit window.
In the edit window of my shortcut, there are 3 actions can be taken. You can add a shortcut or
modify a shortcut or delete the shortcut. The Modify and the Delete function can only be performed
when at least one shortcut exists.
After choosing the “Add” or “Edit” function, the edit window shows. Select the field to input the
value. For adding a shortcut, the User ID, Password and Specified File IP are required. Select the field
to open the virtual keyboard to input.
Enter the IP Address: When entering the IP Address, just use the number key on the RCU to enter.
No virtual keyboard pops for entering in these fields of IP Address.
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Detail window: When adding a new shortcut or modifying a shortcut, select “Detail” block to open
more fields to input. There are extra fields including Label, Domain and Host Name
for enter or modify. Enter it if it is required in your network environment.
Multiple accounts for login: For the advanced user, he may hope to login the PC with more than one
account with different priorities. For example, the administrator account
for himself to login PC and the user account for the player to just browse
and play the file. In this case, please refer to Windows help to add
multiple accounts in Windows.
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UPnP player
Besides the network player function in the previous section, this player also supports the UPnP
player function for easier usage. The device can read the media library on the UPnP media server.
The Music, Pictures and Video files on the server will be classified automatically so you can find the
right kind of media files easily.
In this manual, we use Windows Media Player 11 as the UPnP media server. First we will learn how
to enable the UPnP function in Windows XP, and configure the Media Player 11 to add the device, and
then use the player to view the media files.
Note: For media player, the UPnP is only supported at version 11 or above in the future.
The setup for Windows XP
The UPnP User Interface isn’t installed in the fresh Windows XP. You need to install it manually.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the “Control Panel”, find the “Add or Remove Programs” and open it.
In the panel, click “Add/Remove Windows Components”.
In the Windows Components Wizard, select “Networking Services” and click “Details..”.
In the Networking Services, check the “Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client” and
“UPnP User Interface” and click “OK” to continue.
5. The installation will process automatically. When done, continue to the next phase.
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After the installation of UPnP User Interface, you need to check if the related services running in the
background. Open the “Control Panel”, and “Administrative Tools”, and then the “Services”.
Find the items below in the “Services” and change their “Startup Type” to “Automatic” to make sure
they run in the system background.
Check item:
Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service
HTTP SSL
Universal Plug and Play Device Host
SSDP Discovery Service
Note: For Windows Vista, the above procedure isn’t required.
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Windows Media Player 11 Setup (on Windows XP/Vista)
Before configuring Media Player, make sure the network is setup and passing through Ethernet or
WLAN to this computer. Open the Media Player 11, and click the button “Library, Media Sharing”.
In the pop-up window, check the item “Share my media” and click “OK”.
Now look at the TV screen to operate the player, go to the first page and enter “UPNP”. You should
be able to see your computer in the list. Please continue to the next step to setup the Media Player.
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The player should appear in the below window. Click “OK” to finish. If not, please operate the player
to enter “UPNP” again and it should display.
If the player is still missing in the window, click “Settings” and check the option “Allow new devices
and computers automatically (not recommended)”, and then operate the player to browse the UPNP.
The player should be able to view the category in the UPnP media server now.
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Import the media files on Windows Media Player 11
Click the button “Library, Add to library” on Windows Media Player 11 to add the media information
into its database. The media files on the PC will be sorted by the Media Player 11. Please refer to
Windows help for more setting.
Browse through UPnP
During the setup of Windows Media Player, we already browse the UPNP server on this player. Now,
select the name of your computer in the list.
The media files on your computer are sorted into “Music”, “Pictures”, “Playlists” and “Video”. To
watch the video files, select “Video” to continue.
You can see that the video files are sorted into Folders, Rating, Series and etc. Select one to browse
and play the video.
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NAS function
This player allows the other hosts in the LAN to access its USB flash disk. Turn on the function for
accessing it.
Enabling NAS function
Before enabling this function, you need to setup LAN or WLAN for this player. Please refer to the
setup section to setup the LAN/WLAN connection.
To enable NAS function, press “MENU” key to enter menu, and navigate to “NET”, “NAS”. Select NAS
and choose “On” to turn on the function.
In the NET page, you can find the IP Address showed in the column of Wired Lan setup or Wireless
Setup. Memorize this IP Address for accessing later.
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Access NAS function
Open a PC in the same LAN/WLAN of this player. For example, open a Windows XP PC.
Click “Start”, and navigate to “Run”. In the “Run” window, enter the command \\IP Address which is the
IP Address you memorized for this player in the previous section.
Click “OK” to input command. Wait a while and the browse windows pops up. Click the folder
“public” to continue.
In the next window, you may see one or two folders depending on how many USB Storages
connecting to the player. Choose one to enter. You can see the folders and files in the USB storage,
and you can browse, play, rename, copy, or move the folders or files now.
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Maintenance
Reset the device
You can press “MENU” to open the setup menu. To Reset the device, navigate to Setup menu and
select “Restore Default” and press “ENTER”. Please refer to setup section for the details.
Power on/Standby time
The device needs sometime to power on. The time costs are listed below.
Plug in the power -> power on and ready to use: it takes about 27 seconds.
Power on status -> Standby mode by pressing the power button: it takes about 16 seconds.
Standby mode -> power on mode by pressing the power button: it takes about 10 seconds.
In this short time, the remote control unit and the power button are not functional.
Battery
When the distance of remote control is dropped dramatically, please replace the new battery for
the remote control.
Black screen
If you get black screen while starting to play Movie or Photo files, please check the connection
from TV to the device and the resolution. Press “RESOLUTION” key to change the resolution until the
screen displays. For HDMI connection, select “HDMI Auto” to detect the resolution of TV set
automatically. For CVBS, it always output SD 480i/576i so you can change to CVBS to check the
setting of player.
Can’t use Thumbnail function
Check the tab in the top. The thumbnail function can only be toggled under “Photo” tab. The
second point is to make sure to enter the folder and browse the photo files, and then press the yellow
key for thumbnail view.
If browsing photos through UPnP function, the thumbnail function can’t be enabled. Please try to
use Network player function to browse the photos.
Can’t see subtitle through UPnP playback
The file of subtitle isn’t supported by UPnP media server, and therefore the external subtitle file
can’t be loaded while watching video though UPnP function. Please try to use Network player function
to play video with subtitle file.
Can’t playback the video
If you found some video files can’t be playback by this device and reported the invalid format
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message, please use the free PC software “MediaInfo” to check the video codec with the codec table
in the manual. If it is not in the table then the player can’t support it. Pease visit the URL to download
the software http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/ .
Can’t playback the audio in the Movie
If you don’t hear the audio while playing the Movie, it could be a DTS audio track and the player is
an un-licensed model. Try pressing “Green” key on the RCU to switch to the other sound track like
AC3 while playing the audio.
The second point is to check the audio setting. Choose the correct setting according to your
device. Please refer to the audio setting pages in this manual.
Connect DVI to HDMI converter
When using the DVI to HDMI converter to connect the player, some LCD monitors could only
accept the SD video. This player detects the support format of the LCD player and locks the HD option
if the monitor doesn’t support it. In this case, the player output SD video to the monitor.
Smooth playback through Ethernet/Wireless LAN
For the Ethernet connection, check if use at least 10/100 Mbps Ethernet switching Hub and the
10/100 Ethernet adapter on PC.
For Wi-Fi Dongle, we recommend using Infrastructure (AP) mode and “NO” or
“WPA/WPA2-PSK_AES” for the maximum data rate. In the other mode such as encrypted with WEP,
TKIP algorithm, or use Ad Hoc as the radio mode, the data rate is only up to 54 Mbps (802.11 g).
TV Overscan issue
Some video can’t be watched as full frame on TV set. The edges on the both sides may be
outside the TV screen. In such case, press the Zoom “-” key to zoom out the video to fit the screen.
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Video/Audio codec support for PD-100N
Codec
Feature
Others
Movie
Video
AVC
Flash Video
File container
AVI
MP4
H.264 BP@L3.1
480p, 10 Mbit/s
FLV
MTS
H.264 MP@L4.1
720p, 50 Mbit/s
M2TS
TP
H.264 HP@L4.1
1080p, 62.5 Mbit/s
MKV
TRP
MOV
TS
H.264
Sorenson H.263
352x288
FLV
AVI
Motion JPEG
M-JPEG
640x480x30p
MP4
MOV
MPEG-1
MPEG-2
MPEG-1
Up to MP@HL
MPEG-1 up to 1930x1080x30p
VCD
1080p, 80 Mbit/s
DAT
TP
MPG
TRP
MPEG
TS
DVD-ISO
MPEG
IFO
TP
M2TS
TRP
MKV
TS
MPG
VOB
DivX 3.11
DivX 4.12
MPEG-4 SP/ASP
DivX 5
1080p
DivX 6
Xvid: GMC function not support
DivX HD
AVI
DIVX
MKV
Xvid
Quick Time
Real Video
H.263
H.264
Real Video 8, 9, 10
1080p
Up to 720p@30f
50
MOV
RM/RMVB
ASF
WMV, VC-1
WMV9
VC-1 AP@L3
TP
AVI
VC-1 1080p, 45 Mbit/s
TRP
M2TS
TS
MKV
WMV
MTS
Dolby Digital
DTS
AC3, DD Plus, TrueHD
DTS,
7.1 down-mix*
Digital pass-through
7.1 down-mix*
DTS HD Master Audio, LBR Digital pass-through
Movie LPCM
Audio MPEG I
MPEG II
MPEG I Layer 1, 2, 3 (2CH)
MPEG II Layer 1, 2
(Multi-Channel)
MPEG-4 HE AACv2
Real Audio
RA1/RA-cook/RA-lossless
MPEG-2/4 LC/HE profile
AAC
AAC+ ver 1/2
AAC
UP to 288 kbps
iTune M4A
FLAC
MP3
WMA
JPEG
Photo
BMP, PNG, GIF, TIF,
TIFF
M4A
2 channels, VBR
MPEG-1 Layer 3
2 channels, 8~320kbps, VBR
M3U (MP3 list) supported
Sampling rate: 32K, 44.1K, 48K,
Music OGG Vorbis
WAV
MP4
64K, 88.2K, 96K, 176K, 192K
LPCM, ADPCM
MP3
OGG
WAV
WMA ver. 9.1 (2 CH)
WMA: CBR up to 320kbps, VBR
ASF
WMA Pro 9.1 (Multi-CH)
up to 256kbps
WMA
Up to 40 M-pixel with unlimited
JPG
Baseline JPEG
resolution
Width <=3968 pixel
*: The 7.1 down-mix for DTS and Dolby TrueHD function is only available on licensed model.
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JPEG
Specification
Specification Model name
Interface
Multimedia
Playback
PD-100N
Disc format
FAT16/FAT32/NTFS/UDF/EXT3
Subtitle
Chinese Traditional/Chinese Simplified/UTF8/Europe
Video
capability
1080p HD decoding & video output
SD to HD video upscaling
SD & HD video output simultaneously
CVBS & HDMI output simultaneously
Aspect ratio
Pan Scan 4:3 / Letterbox 4:3 /16:9
Video output
CVBS composite RCA Video
HDMI 1.3
Audio
Analog: AUDIO L/R RCA
Digital: TOSLINK for SPDIF, HDMI
USB
USB 2.0, 5V~1000mA
Support USB external HDD, USB Flash Disk
Network
10/100 Mbps RJ-45, SAMBA Client, UPnP Client
Optional Wi-Fi
dongle
USB wifi 11n dongle ZW-N590, SAMBA client, UPnP
Movie
Video format
AVC H.264 (AVI / M2TS / MKV / TS)
DivX 3/4/5/6/HD, Xvid (AVI / DIVX / MKV)
Flash Video (FLV)
MPEG-1 (DAT / MPG / MPEG)
MPEG-2 (IFO / ISO / M2TS / MPG / MPEG / TP / TS / VOB)
MPEG-4, M-JPEG (AVI / MP4)
Quick Time (MOV)
Real Video 8/9/10 (RM / RMVB), up to 720@30p
VC-1 (AVI / M2TS / MKV / TS / WMV)
WMV 9 (ASF / WMV)
Movie
Audio format
Dolby Digital AC3/Plus/TrueHD, DTS/HD Master Audio/LBR*,
LPCM, MPEG-I Layer 1/2/3, MPEG-II Layer 1/2 multichannel,
MPEG-4 HE AACv2, Real Audio
Support 7.1 audio channels
Subtitle format
srt, sub, smi, ssa, ass, idx+sub, DVD subtitle, DivX subtile
Music format
MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, AAC, OGG Vorbis, MP4, iTune M4A(AAC),
M3U(Playlist)
Photo format
JPG(40-mega pixel without limitation of resolution, Baseline), BMP,
PNG, GIF, TIF, TIFF
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Housing
Button
Power/Standby
LED
Power, USB
Power rating
+12V
Power
consumption
Operation: 5.5 W (USB device consumption not included)
Standby: 0.5 W
Size
115x171x37 mm (L x W x H)
Operation
temperature
0~40 Celsius
1.5A
*: The 7.1 down-mix for DTS and Dolby TrueHD function is only available on licensed model.
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