A15-0794-110 10W 电子相框说明书_AML6213D_遥控_

A15-0794-110 10W 电子相框说明书_AML6213D_遥控_
Copy the Displayed Photo to the Built-In Memory
Use the Remote control to copy the displayed photo from the memory card to the built-in memory.
1.
Press the Setup button. A setup menu opens.
2.
Press the Up or Down arrow to select Copy Photo.
3.
Press Enter. A confirmation message is displayed.
4.
Press Exit to close the menu.
Delete the Displayed Photo
Use the Remote control to a photo from the built-in memory.
1.
Press the Setup button. A setup menu opens.
2.
Press the Up or Down arrow to select Delete Photo.
3.
Press Enter. A confirmation message is displayed.
Caution:
4.
The photo will be deleted immediately; you will not be able to change your mind.
Press Exit to close the menu.
Adjust the LCD Color
Choose this option to adjust the Brightness, Contrast, Tint, and Color of the display.
1.
Press the Setup button. A setup menu opens.
2.
Press the Up or Down arrow to select Adjust LCD Color.
3.
Press Enter. A second menu opens.
4.
Use the Arrow buttons to select an option to adjust.
5.
Use the Right and Left arrows to adjust the option. The display changes.
6.
Use the Arrow buttons to select another option to adjust.
7.
When the display looks the way you want it to, press Exit to close the menu.
Add Music to the Slide Show
To play background music with a slideshow, copy audio files onto the same memory card as your
photos. The music will play as the slide show runs. See "Copying Files from a Computer" for
details on copying files.
You can also choose a music file to play without a Slideshow. Just select it from the Music screen.
Note:
Music files must be standard MP3 format and not from licensed music download services.
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How to copy pictures from Flash Card into Built-in
memory?
(1) In the Thumbnail Screen
a. select pictures by press Up.Down.Left and Right button.
b. confirm by press Vol+ button; cancel by Vol- button.
c. press Setup button firstly, then select Copy Picture and then
copy selected.
Other way: press Setup button firstly, then select Copy Picture, and then Copy All, in this way, all
the pictures will be copied into built-in Memory.
(2) In the File Mode
a. select files by press Up or Down button.
b. confirm by press Vol+ button; cancel by Vol- button.
c. press Setup button firstly, then select Copy.
2. Slide show selected
(1) In the Thumbnail
a. select pictures by press Up, Down, Left or Right button
b. confirm by press Vol+ button; cancel by Vol- button.
c. Press Setup button firstly, then select Slide Show, and then Slide Show selected.
3. Delete pictures from Built-in Memory
(1) In the Thumbnail
a. select pictures by press Up, Down, Left or Right button.
b. confirm by press Vol+ button; cancel by Vol- button.
c. press Setup button firstly, then select Delete, and then Delete Selected.
Other way: press Setup button firstly, then select Delete, and then Delete All, in this way, all the
pictures will be deleted from Built-in Memory.
(2) In the File Mode
a. select files by press Up or Down button.
b. confirm by press Vol+ button; cancel by Vol- button.
C. press Setup button firstly , then select Delete.
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Listening to Music
If there are Music files on a memory card or in the built-in memory, you can play them on the Digital
Picture Frame.
1.
Use the Remote Control to open the Select Mode screen (described above) and select
Music. A new screen opens listing all of the music files on the selected card.
2.
Use the left and right arrows to choose a file.
3.
Press the Enter button to play the file.
4.
To stop the music and return to the Music screen, press the Exit button.
Control the Volume
Use the Remote Control to adjust the volume on the Digital Picture Frame or when playing Audio
files.Press the VOL+/VOL - buttons to adjust the volume up or down.
Watching a Video
You can watch video files on your Digital Picture Frame as well. It supports the Motion JPEG (AVI)
video format used by most digital cameras.
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To watch a video, there need to be video files on the memory card.
.
1.
Insert a memory card with video files on it. The Card Selection Screen opens. Choose the
desired card.
2.
Press Enter. The Mode Selection screen opens.
3.
Use the Arrow keys to choose Video and press Enter. A screen listing all of the video files
opens.
4.
Use the Arrow buttons to choose the desired file and press Enter. The Digital Picture
Frame plays the video.
5.
Adjust the volume by using VOL+/VOL buttons on the Remote Control.
6.
Press direction buttons
to select a different video file.
Setting Clock and Calendar
The digital photo frame supports the functions of clock and calendar. Entering Clock mode and
select Set up, you will see the options: Set Current Time.
Notice: please press Left/Right key to choose the hh-mm-MM-DD-YY, and press Up/Down key to
modify the number of time , and press Enter to save the time.
Setting Viewing Options
You can control all of the viewing options in the Setup Menu using the buttons on the top of the
frame or the remote control. You can display the on-screen Setup Menu any time the Digital Picture
Frame is not displaying Photos or Videos, by pressing the Setup button.
1.
To show the Setup menu during a photo or video, press the Exit button, then the
Setup button.
2.
With the Setup menu open, use the Up and Down arrows to choose a display option.
3.
Press Enter to select the option. A second menu opens, listing the available settings.
A white square shows the current setting.
4.
Use the Up and Down arrows to choose the desired setting.
5.
Press Enter to select the setting. The second menu closes.
6.
You can make as many changes as you wish in the same manner. When you are finished,
press the Exit button to close the Settings Menu and return to the Thumbnails screen.
7.
The following table lists the display options in the Setup Menu, their options, and a
description of their actions.
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Display Option
Settings
On
Magic Window
Display Image Size
Off
Original/Optimal
Description
Turning off magic window will allow you to view
pictures one at a time during slide show
The Digital Picture Frame can optimize your
photos to display on the screen.
Normal
Random
Slide Show Transition
Fade
Special effects shown to transition from
one photo to the next in a Slide Show.
Curtain
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Cross_Comb
Fast
Slide Show Speed
Medium
Determines how quickly the next photo is
displayed.
Slow
Slide Show Music
On/Off
The selected music file will repeat
continuously, or play once.
Slide Show Shuffle
On/Off
Displays photos randomly.
Repeat Single
Video Playback Repeat
Repeat All
Choose to repeat a single video playback,
all videos, or none.
No Repeat
Repeat Single
Audio Playback Repeat
Repeat All
Choose to repeat a single audio file, all
audio files, or none.
No Repeat
2 Hours
Power Saving
4 Hours
8 Hours
The Digital Photo Frame will turn itself off
after the specified amount of time.
No Power Saving
Factory Default
Copy File
--
Immediately returns all settings to the
factory defaults.There is no warning
message.
This allows a file to be copied from a memory card into the internal
flash memory.
Delete File
This allows an image to be deleted from the internal flash memory.
Rotate
This allows a file to be rotated 90 degrees clock-wise
Zoom
This allows you to zoom into a picture.
Brightness/ Contrast This function allows you to adjust the brightness of the screen and
adjust the contrast
Color/ Tint
This function allows you to adjust the color and adjust the tint
Set Current Time
Clock & Calendar setting
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Advanced Operations
In addition to the basic functions described previously, you can connect the Digital Picture Frame to
your computer to copy files to the built-in memory.
Connect to a Windows Computer
To copy files from between your computer and the Digital Picture Frame do the following:
1.
Plug in and turn on the Digital Picture Frame.
2.
Connect the small end of the USB cable to the USB port on the side of the Digital Picture
Frame.
3.
Connect the Larger end of the USB cable to a USB port on your computer.
4.
Open My Computer on your Desktop. A window showing all drives connected to your
computer opens.
5.
Each memory card in the Digital Picture Frame and one for the
built-in memory are listed as Removable Disk.
6.
Double-click the desired drive to display the files on the card.
The example below shows a card with several JPG images on it.
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7.
To copy files from the card, simply select them and
drag them to the desired location on your computer.
8.
To copy photos from your computer to the card; first
locate the files on your computer.
Most cameras and graphic programs store photos in
the Windows My Pictures folder. If you didn't move
them somewhere else, they are probably there.
9.
Select the files you wish to copy, choose File, Copy,
and then move your cursor back to the open window
for the removable card.
10.
Click in the window, and choose File Paste.
Note:If your PC is connected to Local Area Network drives,
or if you have multiple drive letters already assigned to
peripheral devices, you will need to manage your drive settings in Windows to free up the four
drive letters immediately following your CD-ROM drive so the Digital Picture Frame can as sign
them to memory card slots properly.
Disconnect the Digital Picture Frame from the
Computer
It is important not to just unplug the Digital Picture Frame when you are done transferring files.
It can seriously damage the memory.
1.
In Windows, look for the USB icon and select Safely Remove Hardware. A dialog box opens.
2.
Select USB Mass Storage Device and click Stop. Another Dialog box opens.
3.
Click OK. A final dialog box opens.
4.
Select Close. When the message It is Now Safe to Disconnect Hardware appears, you
can disconnect the USB cable from your computer.
Connect to a Macintosh
You can also copy files from your Macintosh Computer to your Digital Picture Frame.
1.
Use the included USB cable to connect your Digital Picture Frame to your Macintosh.
Macintosh will recognize the Digital Picture Frame as an external storage device.
2.
Drag and drop files between the two devices as you normally move photo files.
3.
To safely disconnect the Digital Picture Frame from your Macintosh, select Digital Picture
Frame's icon on your desktop and press Command-e to eject the disk. When the icon is
no longer on the desktop, it is safe to unplug the USB cable.
Connect a USB Flash Drive
Your Digital Picture Frame will see a USB Flash Drive the same way it sees memory cards.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q:
A:
How do I set up my Digital Picture Frame?
It is very simple to get your Digital Picture Frame out of the box and running in just a few minutes.
Just plug the power adapter into the Digital Picture Frame and into a standard Wall Socket.
Insert a memory card into the appropriate card slot on the side of the Digital Picture Frame, and
turn it on. Your first slide show will automatically start to play.
Q:
A:
What memory cards can the Digital Picture Frame Read?
Compatible memory cards include Secure Digital , MultiMedia Card , Compact Flash ,
Memory Stick , MemoryStick Pro , Memory Stick Duo , Memory Stick Pro Duo , and xD card.
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Q: I set up the Digital Picture Frame; why won't it turn on?
A: The Adapter is not securely connected to the Picture Frame or the Power Switch is not on.
Q:
A:
I have a memory card in the Digital Picture Frame; why can't I view my photos?
First, make sure that thememory card is one of the formats listed above and that the files on the
card are JPEG images files. Second, turn the Digital Picture Frame Off and make sure that the
memory card is inserted all the way into the card slot and is facing the correction. Third, turn
the Frame On. After a couple of seconds, you should see your first photo. Press Exit to open the
Card Selection screen and select the card. Then select Photos. You should see the Thumbnails
screen listing all photos on the card. If you don't, you may want to try another card.
Note: Some digital cameras save images in other formats. Please refer to your camera's manual if
your photos are not JPEG files.
Q:
A:
Why is the picture display slower with some pictures and faster with others?
Higher resolution pictures load more slowly. Try using lower resolution pictures or down
sampling your images. See your camera's operating manual for details on downsampling your
photos.
Q: Can I insert multiple memory cards?
A: Yes. Turn on the unit before inserting any card. The Card Selection Screen lets you choose
between all available memory cards.
Q: Does the Dgital Picture Frame have built-in memory?
A: Yes. It has built-in of memory. The volume depends on your model.
Q:
A:
Does the Digital Picture Frame support all JPEG and Motion JPEG files?
No, it supports JEPG and Motion JPEG files taken from a digital camera. The Digital Picture
Frame may notread all images or video files downloaded from the Internet or from other
software graphic applciations. Some video formats downloaded from the Internet are not
supported either.
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Technical Specifications
Product:
10" LCD Digital Picture Frame
Input Formats:
Secure Digital , Multi Media Card , Compact Flash ,
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Memory Stick Duo , Memory Stick PRO Duo
and USB Flash Drives
File Format:
JPEG, AVI Motion JPEG
Features:
Individual Picture View and Slide Show
Range of Transitional Styles for Slide Show
Variable Speed for Slide Show
Random Picture Shuffle
Set Favorite Picture
Copy and Save Functions
Color Adjustment Functions
AVI Motion JPEG Player
Extendable Stand for Angle Adjustment
Wall-mountable VESA hole pattern (75mm x 75mm)
Setting Power On / Off Automatically
Internal Memory:
Optional
USB Ports:
Mini-USB (for file transfer)
USB (for USB Flash Drives)
Power: Input:
100V-240V AC, 50~60HZ
Output:
12V DC, 1.5A
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Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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 into 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
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