PC Connection Manual

PC Connection Manual
Windows, Macintosh
Windows Users
Macintosh Users
Step 1
PC Connection Manual
System Requirements
Step 2
USB connection
Install the image viewing/managing
software (ACDSee 2 for Mac) on your
Macintosh.
• PCs with preinstalled versions of Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista
must be updated with the latest version.
• USB port must be standard equipment
• For Macintosh computers with Mac OS 9.2/Mac OS X (10.1.2 to 10.5) preinstalled
• USB port must be standard equipment
Application Software
<ACDSee 2 for Mac>
(Six languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese)
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<ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0>
(Nine languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese [traditional
and simplified], Korean, Japanese)
Step 3
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Set up your digital camera for connecting with your computer.
*on reverse side
Connect the camera and your PC,
and transfer images.
Step 4
*on reverse side
Connect the camera and your
Macintosh, and transfer images.
OS
Mac OS X (10.3 to 10.4)
CPU
PowerMacintosh 233 MHz or higher
Memory
8 MB minimum
Hard Disk space 6 MB minimum
CD-ROM drive
QuickTime 4.0 or later
∗ If your operating system was preinstalled on your computer it must be updated to the latest
version.
OS
Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista
CPU
Intel Pentium® III or higher
Memory
256 MB minimum (512 MB or higher recommended)
Hard disk space 100 MB minimum (1 GB or higher recommended)
Monitor
Display adapter capable of displaying a minimum of 256 colors
CD-ROM drive
Internet Explorer 5.0 or later
Windows Media Player 9.0 or later
DirectX 9.0 or later
∗ Operation is not guaranteed on all computers.
∗ If your operating system was preinstalled on your computer it must be updated to the latest
version.
∗ Operation is not guaranteed on all PCs.
∗ The recommended system requirements are the minimum necessary to playback and edit
Windows
• ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0 (Image viewing/editing/managing software)
videos.
Macintosh
Step 5
• ACDSee 2 for Mac (Image viewing/managing software)
*on reverse side
Use the supplied software to view,
edit and manage images transferred
to your PC. Enjoy laying out and
printing images or creating slide
shows with music.
You are recommended to use an AC adapter connected to a power outlet when
connecting the camera to a computer. If the battery runs out of power while images
are being transmitted to the computer, the image data may be lost or damaged.
When using an AC adapter, make sure that the AC plug cord is properly connected
to the camera.
Step 5
*on reverse side
Use the supplied software to view
and manage images transferred to
your Macintosh.
The versions of Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and Windows Installer Service required for use of
ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0 are not included in the provided CD-ROM (S-SW80).These can be downloaded
from the following sites and installed.
• Internet Explorer
http://www.microsoft.com/ie
• Windows Media Player
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/
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Windows
Step 2
Installing the Software
Install the image viewing/editing/managing software (ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0).
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Macintosh
Click the [Install] button next to [acdsee™].
Follow the on-screen guidance and enter the registration
information when the Setup screen appears.
Reboot your PC after installation is finished.
• Windows Media Player 9.0 or later must be installed in your PC to install ACDSee
for PENTAX 3.0.
• When multiple accounts have been setup in Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows
Vista, log on with an account that has administrative rights before installing the software.
Turn your PC on.
Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW80) into the CD-ROM drive.
The PENTAX Software Installer screen appears.
Operation is not guaranteed if the proper version of DivX is not installed on your PC. Be
sure to install DivX to ensure full operation of ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0.
If the PENTAX Software Installer screen does not appear
Display the PENTAX Software Installer screen following the steps below.
1) Double-click [My Computer] on the desktop.
2) Double-click the [CD-ROM drive (S-SW80)] icon.
3) Double-click the [Setup.exe] icon.
Step 2
Installing the Software
Install the image viewing/managing software (ACDSee 2 for Mac).
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Turn your Macintosh on.
Insert the CD-ROM (S-SW80) in the CD-ROM drive.
Double-click the CD-ROM (S-SW80) icon.
Double-click the [ACDSee Installer] icon.
The PENTAX Software Installer screen appears.
Double-click the [Master Installer] icon to display the PENTAX Software Installer screen.
Choose a language from the displayed screen.
The ACDSee 2 for Mac installer screen appears.
For Windows Vista
Use the following procedure to display the language selection screen when the Auto Play
screen appears.
1) Click [Run Setup.exe].
2) Click [Allow].
The language selection screen appears.
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USB connection
Application Software
Software Provided
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Playing movies on Macintosh is not supported.
• Applications that utilize USB connections are not supported in Windows 95, Windows 98,
Windows 98SE, Windows Me, and Windows NT.
• In order to play movies recorded using Optio S12 on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and
Windows Vista, you are required to install Windows Media Player 9.0 or later and the
DivX codec (CPU: Pentium 4 with 2.0 GHz or higher, or Pentium M with 1.0 GHz or
higher recommended.).
Step 2
Install the image viewing/editing/
managing software (ACDSee for
PENTAX 3.0) on your PC.
Step 4
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Macintosh System Requirements
Windows System Requirements
First, check the system requirements for the provided software.
You can transfer images and movies captured with a digital camera to your computer and
then display and manage them by installing the software included on the provided CD-ROM
to your computer and connecting your digital camera to your computer with the USB cable.
This section explains how to install the provided software and the other necessary
preparations for enjoying your digital camera pictures and movies on your computer.
PENTAX and Optio are trademarks of PENTAX Corporation.
© 2008 ACD Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. ACDSee and the ACDSee logo are trademarks
of ACD Systems Ltd. in Canada, the U.S., Europe, Japan and other countries.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and other countries.
Windows Vista is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
Mac OS and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
All other brands or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
companies.
Step 1
Windows, Macintosh
Setting Up Your Digital Camera
Setting the USB Connection Mode to [PC]
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Press the 3 button.
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Use the four-way controller (23) to select [USB
Connection].
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Click the [Install] button next to [acdsee™].
Step 3
Press the four-way controller (5) to display the [H
Set-up] menu.
Press the four-way controller (5).
Set-up
USB Connection
Video Out
Brightness Level
Power Saving
Quick Zoom
Auto Power Off
MENU
PC
PictBridge
NTSC
5sec
3min
Cancel
A pull-down menu appears.
Use the four-way controller (23) to select [PC].
Press the 4 button twice.
If your camera’s USB mode was set to “PictBridge” when you connected via USB to the
PC, you must disconnect the camera from the computer and set the camera’s USB mode
to “PC” before reconnecting the camera to the computer.
The setup screen appears. Follow the on-screen guidance to
input registration information and install the software.
Choose a language from the displayed screen.
The software selection screen appears.
Product Registration on the Internet
Please click [Product Registration] on the software selection
screen in Step 2 .
A world map for Internet Product Registration is displayed.
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Installing DivX.
If the proper version of DivX is not installed on your PC, install
it before installing ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0. Click the [Install]
button next to [DivX®]. Follow the on-screen instructions and
enter the registration information when the Setup screen
appears. When installation is completed, the software
selection screen reappears.
OK
If your PC is connected to the Internet, click the displayed
country or region and then follow the instructions to register
your product.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
Only customers in displayed countries and regions can register their products on the
Internet Product Registration.
Windows
Step 4
Transferring Images to a Windows PC
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Double-click the [DCIM] folder.
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on the desktop.
• When you connect the USB cable to the camera, be sure to face the marks of the camera
and the cable to each other.
• The access lamp blinks while the camera is connected to a PC with the USB cable. Do
not turn the power off or pull out the cable during this time.
Transferring Images
4 Confirm that [Acquire images from the device with
ACDSee] is checked and click [OK].
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10 Specify the destination folder.
11 Click [OK].
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Double-click the
in the task bar.
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Select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [OK].
A message appears indicating that the hardware can be safely
removed.
Click [OK].
Disconnect the USB cable from your PC and the
camera.
• If the camera (removable disk) is being used by an application such as ACDSee for
PENTAX 3.0, the camera cannot be disconnected until the application is closed.
• The camera will automatically switch to the Playback mode when the USB cable is disconnected.
Step 4
Transferring Images to a Macintosh
Macintosh
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Click [Next].
Connecting the Camera and Macintosh
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Select an image to copy and click [Next].
The image is copied to the PC.
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The Safely Remove Hardware screen appears.
The Stop a Hardware device screen appears.
Turn your Macintosh on.
With your camera turned off, connect it to your Macintosh using the USB cable.
If there is no SD Memory Card in the camera, the images stored in the built-in memory will
be transmitted to your Macintosh.
A Menu bar
You can access the various menu commands.
B Toolbar
Provides quick access to shortcuts for frequently used tasks and functions.
C Folders pane
Displays the configuration of folders in your computer. When you browse a folder, the
contents of the folder appear in the File List pane.
D Preview pane
Displays a preview of the image or media file currently selected in the File List pane. You
can change the size of the preview image or play back the media file.
E File List pane
Displays the contents of the currently selected folder or the results of the most recent
search, in other words the file or folder that matches the search item. It is the only pane
that always appears in the Browser and it cannot be hidden or closed.
F Category pane
Files assigned to Categories, Ratings, Auto Categories, and Special Items are displayed
in a list. Use the Easy Select Bar (the column of check boxes to the left of the Folders or
Categories pane) to mix and select Categories, Ratings, Auto Categories and Special
Items.
G Image Basket pane
Displays files selected in the File List pane. By choosing images and files and putting them
in the Image Basket pane, you can use the editing and creating functions on images from
different folders and categories.
H Status bar
Displays information and properties for the selected file.
Using the Help Pages
Refer to the help pages for a more detailed description of how to use each function.
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Click the [Help] button on the tool bar.
The help screen appears.
Double-click the desired topic.
Turn your camera on.
The camera is recognized as [NO_NAME] ([untitled] in Mac OS 9) on the
desktop. The drive name can be changed.
• If the SD Memory Card has a volume label, the volume label name appears instead of
[NO_NAME]. A new unformatted SD Memory Card may show the manufacturer name or
model number.
• The access lamp blinks while the camera is connected to a Macintosh with the USB
cable. Do not turn the power off or pull out the cable during this time.
10 Click [Finish].
The ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0 Browser starts.
Transferring Images
When the Device Detector screen does not appear
4 Double-click the [ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0] icon on
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After images are copied to your Macintosh, the browser for
ACDSee 2 for Mac starts.
the desktop.
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Double-click [My Computer].
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Double-click [Removable Disk].
• When [Delete images from device] is checked, images are deleted from the camera after
transfer is complete.
• Even if camera images are not transferred, they can be directly displayed on the
Macintosh from a camera connected to the Macintosh.
• To edit images, first transfer them to your Macintosh.
Disconnecting the Camera from Your Macintosh
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If the SD Memory Card has a volume label, the volume label name appears instead of
[Removable Disk]. A new unformatted SD Memory Card may show the manufacturer
name or model number.
Specify a save location, make sure that [Launch
ACDSee] is checked, and click [Download].
Drag [NO_NAME] on the desktop to the trash.
If the SD Memory Card has a volume label, drag the icon of that name to the trash.
Disconnect the USB cable from your Macintosh and the camera.
• If the camera (removable disk) is being used by an application such as ACDSee 2 for
Mac, the camera cannot be disconnected until the application is closed.
• The camera will automatically switch to the Playback mode when the USB cable is
disconnected.
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[Safely Remove Hardware] icon
Select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [Stop].
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Disconnecting the Camera from Your PC
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Specify the name and save destination of the image,
and click [OK].
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Click [Next].
Under File Options make sure that [Always prompt
for which files to copy] is selected, and under File
Name and Save Destination Options that [Use
custom settings] is selected. Then click [Settings] to
the right.
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The image is copied to the PC.
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ACDSee Browser Interface
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The Device Detector screen appears automatically.
If the Device Detector screen does not appear, display and copy the images following the
steps in “When the Device Detector screen does not appear”.
ACDSee Browser Interface
Select [Copy To Folder...] from the [Edit] menu.
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Turn your camera on.
Starting ACDSee 2 for Mac
1 Double-click the [ACDSee 2] folder inside the [Applications] folder.
2 Double-click the [ACDSee 2 for Mac] icon.
ACDSee starts and the main window, which is called the
browser, appears.
ACDSee starts and the main window, which is called the
browser, appears.
The Copy Files screen appears.
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ACDSee 2 for Mac lets you view, organize, search for, share, and print images.
Starting ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0
1 Double-click the [ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0] icon
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Step 5
Using ACDSee 2 for Mac
ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0 lets you view, edit, organize, search for, share, and print images.
Select folders
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Macintosh
Using ACDSee for PENTAX 3.0
Select the folders you want to copy to the PC.
If there is no SD Memory Card in the camera, the images stored in the built-in memory will
be transmitted to your PC.
Step 5
Using the Software
Images are stored in folder [xxxPENTX], where “xxx” is a threedigit folder number.
If “Date” is set for the “Folder Name” in the “H Set-up” menu, a
folder named for each day is displayed (taking January 26 as an
example, the folder name would be: “three digit folder number_0126”).
When the digital camera is connected to your Windows PC and the camera is turned on, the
PC automatically recognizes the camera and the confirmation dialog box for transferring
images (the Device Detector screen) appears.
Connecting the Camera and PC
1 Turn your PC on.
2 With your camera turned off, connect it to your PC using the USB cable.
Windows
Using ACDSee Showroom
ACDSee Showroom displays a slideshow of your favorite images on the desktop in a small
window. You can start up to 16 slideshows at once.
The ACDSee Showroom is preset to display the slideshow window on top of other
applications. Also, you can set the ACDSee Showroom window to automatically run when the
computer starts. You do not need to open ACDSee to use ACDSee Showroom.
Create a Desktop Slideshow with ACDSee Showroom
1 In ACDSee, browse to the folder which contains the images you want to
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add to the slideshow.
Select [Create ACDSee Showroom] from the [Create] menu
The slideshow starts immediately.
See the help file for detailed instructions.
A Menu bar
You can access the various menu commands.
B Toolbar
Provides quick access to shortcuts for frequently used tasks and functions.
C Folders pane
Displays the configuration of folders in your computer. When you browse a folder, the
contents of the folder appear in the File List pane.
D Preview pane
Displays a preview of the image or media file currently selected in the File List pane. You
can change the size of the preview image or play back the media file.
E Favorites pane
You can add frequently used items (folders, etc.).
F File List pane
Displays the contents of the currently selected folder or the results of the most recent
search, in other words the file or folder that matches the search item. It is the only pane
that always appears in the Browser and it cannot be hidden or closed.
G Status bar
Displays information and properties for the selected file.
Using the Help Pages
Refer to the help pages for a more detailed description of how to use each function.
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Select [ACDSee 2 for Mac] from [Help] on the menu bar.
The help screen appears.
Click the desired topic.
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