Mustek DV 3000 Owner Manual

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Digital Video

User Guide

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Table of Contents

Getting Started

Getting to Know Your Digital Video...............................................3

Using the Panel............................................................. ..........4

Power.................................................................................. 5

Modes.................................................................................. 6

Mode Switch Button..................................................................9

Movie Mode

Taking Movies........................................................................10

Playback Movies.....................................................................11

Video Format/Video Out......................................................... 13

Camera Mode

Taking Pictures......................................................................14

Night Shot............................................................................15

Playback Pictures...................................................................16

Main Functions

Changing the Quality Setting.....................................................17

The Video Number and Recording Timer........................................ 18

The Picture Counter................................................................18

Using Self-timer..................................................................... 19

The LCD Display..................................................................... 19

Volume Adjust........................................................................19

Delete.................................................................................20

Advanced Functions

Attention Icon...................................................................... 22

Setup..................................................................................23

Notice for video clip playback on PC............................................ 25

Getting to Know Your Digital Video

Front View

Shutter/Set

( Note: Shutter button is equal

to “SET” in setup menu.)

Speaker

Back View

Status LED

(Power On/USB)

AV out

USB port

LCD Viewfinder

Panel

MMC/SD Card Slot

Zoom

Power Button

Lens

Front LED

Microphone

Battery

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Using the Panel

Back/Self-timer

REC/PLAY sub-mode switch Movie/Camera Mode Switch

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Play/

Pause

Delete/LCD(On/Off) Volume/Night Shot

NEXT/Quality

MENU

Stop

Power

Power On/Off

Nudge the Power slider to activate your

Digital Video. Nudge it again to turn this

Digital Video off.

If you leave your Digital Video unused for

3 minutes, the Power will turn off. (Only if the Auto-Off is on, see the section Auto-

Off.)

Power Low

If your battery is low, you will see a battery icon ( )shown on the top center of the LCD.

If your battery is about to run out, you will see a blinking battery icon ( ) shown on the top center of the LCD. Your Digital Video will turn off itself in 10 seconds.

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Modes

Power On

USB connected

Recorder Sub-Mode

Playback Sub-Mode

Movie Mode

Recorder Sub-Mode

Playback Sub-Mode

Camera Mode

Mass Storage Mode PC Camera Mode

Before connected to PC(Movie Mode/Camera Mode)

Before connected to PC, Digital Video has two modes: Movie Mode and

Camera Mode. Movie Mode lets you take sound videos.Camera Mode lets you take pictures.Each mode has a recorder sub-mode and a play-back sub-mode. You can switch between the two sub-modes to take and play videos or pictures.

Modes

Using Console (Not Available for MAC)

By connecting your Digital Video to a computer, the Console opens.

Meanwhile your Digital Video switches to Mass Storage Mode, too. You may choose either to transfer the camera data through Console program or through Mass Storage Mode.

Minimize

Help

Selected

Image

Personal

Style

Print

Exit

Transfer

Email

Link

Image Count

Total Memory

PC Cam

Setting

View

Delete

Delete All

Select All

Previous

Next

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Modes

Connected to PC(Mass Storage Mode/PC Camera Mode)

Mass Storage Mode

Connect your Digital Video to a computer, it will turn to Mass Storage

Mode. In Mass Storage Mode, your Digital Video acts exactly like a hard disk. That means you can access it via the Windows user interface. You can copy, move or delete pictures or movies exactly the way you manipulate files.

( Note : Please do not copy any files into the DCIM folder of your Digital

Video. Otherwise it may cause Digital Video unstable or crash.)

PC Camera Mode

You can connect this Digital Video to a computer with its supplied USB cable and use it as a PC camera. After USB connecting, press ; it will turn to PC Camera Mode. With a compatible video capture program, you can capture movies.

USB Cable

USB port

Mode Switch Button

Press the Mode Switch button to switch between two primary modes:

Movie Mode

When powering on your Digital Video, it will be in Movie Mode.

Camera Mode

You can press the Mode Switch button to shift to Camera Mode. Press the Mode

Switch button again to return to Movie

Mode.

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Taking Movies

Taking Your First Movie

1 Press Power

2 Press Zoom-in or Zoom-out to frame your picture

Zoom in or Zoom out

3

Press Shutter to start recording

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4 Press Shutter again to stop

Playback Movies

Playback a Movie

1 Switch to Playback sub-mode

2 Press Zoom-in or Zoom-out to preview

When press Zoom-in, it will show 1 movie on the LCD.

When press Zoom-out, it will show movie thumbnails on the LCD.

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Playback Movies

3 Press Next or Back to navigate

4 Press Play to start

5 Press Play again to pause

6 Press Stop to stop

Video Format

Video Format

This Digital Video uses Motion JPEG as its digital video format. Motion

JPEG (different from MPEG) is a compact video format supported by both

Microsoft’s Windows Media Player and Apple Computer’s QuickTime. You can play it on most Windows and Mac OS computers. There are a lot of freeware or shareware programs that supports playing or editing in

Motion JPEG format.

Video Out

This Digital Video can output analog video to a home TV set. To configure the Digital Video, please refer to the section NTSC/PAL.

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Taking Pictures

Taking Your First Picture

1

Press Power

2

Switch to Camera Mode

3 Press Zoom-in or Zoom-out to frame your picture

(Only under “ ” low resolution)

Zoom in or Zoom out

4 Press Shutter to take a picture

Night Shot

Taking a night shot

Night shot is about 1 second exposure to let you take a picture at night or in dim light.

1 Press Night Shot 2 Night Shot on

3 Press Shutter to start about 1 second exposure

4

Press Night Shot again to exit

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Playback Pictures

Playback a picture

1

Switch to Playback sub-mode

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2 Press Zoom-in or Zoom-out to preview

When press Zoom-in, it will show 1 picture on the LCD.

When press Zoom-out, it will show picture thumbnails on the LCD.

Changing the Quality Setting

Movie Recorder Sub-Mode

You can change the movie’s quality setting whenever you want.

1. In Movie Mode, press the button.

2. The LCD will display your current quality setting on the top left corner. Which could be “ ” for fine quality, “ ” for normal quality.

Fine quality Normal quality

Camera Recorder Sub-Mode

You can change the picture’s resolution setting whenever you want.

1. In Camera Mode, press the button.

2. The LCD will display your current picture’s resolution setting on the top left corner. Which could be “ ” for fine resolution, “ ” for high resolution or “ ” for low resolution.

Fine resolution High resolution Low resolution

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The Video Number and Recording Timer

the last video number

While you’re filming, the last video’s number and recording timer will be displayed on the LCD.

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The Picture Counter

Picture counter

You can see the picture counter displayed on the top right corner of your

LCD. If you have taken thirty pictures, your LCD will display “30”.

Using Self-Timer

This Digital Video has a built-in 10 second self-timer.

1

Press Timer

2

Press Shutter to start

The LCD Display

LCD On/Off

To save energy, Digital Video allows you to switch off the LCD panel. In

Playback Mode, the LCD will always be on. In Recorder Mode, press the

button to turn the LCD on or off.

Volume Adjust(only for Movie Mode)

You can adjust playback volume by using or .

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Delete

Delete one

1 Switch to Playback sub-mode

2

Press Next or Back to select one, then press

3 Press SET to confirm

Delete

Delete All

1

Follow the same steps as “DELETE ONE”, then press again. Or you

could directly press twice in Playback submode.

Del one Del All

2 Press SET to confirm

Note: You can press Menu to exit “DELETE ONE” or “DELETE ALL”.

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Attention Icon

Memory Full

If your Digital Video’s memory card is full, you can not take any new picture. So when you press the

Shutter to take a picture, the LCD will display a huge icon in the center. The icon will be shown for 2 seconds to remind you of it, then it will be hidden unless you press the Shutter again.

No Card

If you don’t install a MMC card or SD card in this

Digital Video, the LCD will display “NO CARD” in the center.

Card Lock

If you have installed a SD card correctly in this

Digital Video, you will see a card lock icon in the left side of the LCD. (Only if you turn on the security lock of a SD card, there will be a card lock icon.)

Setup

1

Press Menu

2

Press Next or Back to select

3

Press SET to change

4

Press Menu again to quit

Under the menu, you can setup the BEEP ON/OFF, AUTO-OFF, FORMAT the memory card, analog video output format (NTSC/PAL) and 50Hz/60Hz

(power supply).

Beep On/Off

If you choose Beep On, there will be beep sound when you press the button. If you choose Beep Off, there will be soundless when you press the button. (Note: When you connect this Digital Video to a PC by USB or

Power on, there will be one beep sound.)

Auto-Off

Under Auto-Off, if you leave your Digital Video unused for 3 mintues, this

Digital Video will auto-off.

Auto-Off on

LCD Off Power Off

1 Minutes 2 Minutes

Auto-Off on LCD Off Power Off

3 Minutes

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Format your Memory Card

If you want to erase all movies, pictures and other files, you can select

FORMAT under the menu and press SET to wipe out the memory completely. If you want to keep your memory contents, press MENU to quit.

YES NO

NTSC/PAL

NTSC/PAL are two incompatiable analog TV singal formats. You can toggle between NTSC and PAL to your TV set’s preference.

NTSC: North America and Japan

PAL: U.K. and Germany, France, Russia, certain European and African countries

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NTSC PAL SECAM

50Hz/60Hz

Match up with the frequency of the main power supply in your country.

Please refer to the following figures:

50 Hz : Europe, P.R.C.,Hong kong, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

60 Hz : America, Canada, Taiwan, Japan,and Korea.

Notice for video clip playback on PC

Our video clip adopts Microsoft latest video technology(Direct X

8.0). Therefore user(Mindows 98, 2000) needs to install our enclosed Direct X to playback the video clip files.

Note: Direct X is a program to upgrade Microsoft’s Media Player codec.

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