High Definition AD Player
High Definition AD Player
Universal User’s Manual
L series and PF series
High Definition AD Player User’s Manual
Cautions
1. Do Not install and use the unit in moisture, high temperature, outdoor and closed
environment.
2. Please turn off the power supply before cleaning the unit. Spray cleaning solution
on rag to wipe down unit. Do Not spray cleaning solution directly on to unit.
3. Do Not block air vent and other holes, do not put the unit beside near any heat
source and other devices which may affect the vent.
4. In order to avoid the high voltage risk, please do not attempt to disassemble and
repair the unit, please call your representative or ask a professional to maintain if a
problem accours.
5. Use the unit under stable power supply. Do not use it together with another high
power device from the same power supply, this may affect the unit, or even damage it.
6. Turn off power or remove the power cable and network cable during a thunder
storm or severe weather.
7. Power off the unit if it is not being used or has stopped working.
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Contents:
Packing list ........................................................................................................................................ 4
1. Product Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 5
2. Remote Control ............................................................................................................................. 7
3. System Setting............................................................................................................................. 10
3.1 System Settings ................................................................................................................. 10
3.2 Playback Control ............................................................................................................... 13
3.3 Date & Time ...................................................................................................................... 15
3.4 On / Off Timer................................................................................................................... 16
3.5 Local ID ............................................................................................................................ 17
3.6 Screen Mode ..................................................................................................................... 18
3.7 File Management............................................................................................................... 18
3.8 Exit .................................................................................................................................... 18
4. Input Port Setting ........................................................................................................................ 19
4.1 Source................................................................................................................................ 19
4.2 System Setting................................................................................................................... 20
4.3 Image................................................................................................................................. 20
5. ADPlaylistEditor Introduction .................................................................................................... 21
5.1 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 21
5.2 Playlist Creation ................................................................................................................ 25
5.3 Player Settings................................................................................................................... 29
5.4 Save to USB ...................................................................................................................... 30
6. Content Update ........................................................................................................................... 31
6.1 Update content directly ..................................................................................................... 31
6.2 Update content via ADPE ................................................................................................. 31
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Packing list
In the carton, you will find the following:
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LCD display
Remote controller
Wall plate (It is optional for 42inch and above of PF series, L series has no plate)
Power cable
Key
CD
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1. Product Introduction
1.1 Overview:
High definition LCD display, support picture, video, text, time & date, 1080P HD media files.
ADPE software can provide multi zone function for both horizontal and vertical mode, customized
template is available for users with different requirement.
1.2 Product function
 Built in 4GB flash memory, can store thousands of high definition pictures
 Plenty of different transition modes are available
 Support scrolling text function
 Set the timer On/Off function by daily and weekly
 Set different schedule, and playback it accordingly
 Horizontal and vertical modes are available
 Support multi zone screen function, different templates are available
 An external media player can be used via the screens VGA or HDMI input ports
 High security, encryption function can be used to protect the content
 Read media files from USB stick directly, or input the media files from USB stick to
internal flash memory
1.3 I / O ports introduction
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RESET: Restart button for the unit
LAN: Network port, connect it with internet (not valid for standalone version)
HDMI: High definition HDMI signal input port
VGA: VGA signal input port
Audio: Audio input port
USB: USB stick port, used to input media files
The unit can playback media files from internal flash memory or USB stick directly.
1.4 Supported media files format
Item
Description
Picture
Support JPG, BMP, PNG
Video
Support MPG, AVI, MOV, MP4, RM, RMVB, TS
Scrolling text
p Support scrolling text, can set the font size, color and scrolling
speed
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1.5. Wall Mounting Plate
1.6 I/O Ports Cover
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2. Remote Control
MUTE
Change video input
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Replace remote control battery
1. Open the battery cover
2. Take out the battery box in the right direction as the following picture shows
3. Remove the used battery
4. Insert the new battery in the right way
5. Put back the cover
In order to enter set up menu you must first press “stop” button on remote to go back screen as
below picture and then press “setup” button on remote.
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The position of the IR remote receiver on both the PF & L series as pictured below.
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3. System Setting
Main menu pictured below.
TIPS: By pressing the PLAY / PAUSE button on the Remote Control, you can go into the
sub-menu or confirm the item you choose, use the arrow navigation button to choose the
item you want.
3.1 System Settings
Under System Settings you can set the OSD Language, Clock Display, Scrolling Text, USB
Port, Restore To Factory Settings, Return to Main Menu.
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OSD Language
The OSD supports four languages – Simplified Chinese, English, French, and Japanese are
available now, and more languages will be supported in the future.
Clock Display
There are 4 options as pictured below:
 Top Left: The time will be displayed on top left of the screen.
 Bottom Left: The time will be displayed on bottom left of the screen.
 Top Right: The time will be displayed on top right of the screen.
 Off: The screen doesn’t display time.
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Scrolling Text
There are 2 options as pictured below, the default setting is “On”.
 Off: The screen doesn’t display scrolling text.
 On: The screen will display scrolling text from the txt file in the playlist, if there is no playlist
or there is no txt file in the playlist, the screen doesn’t display scrolling text.
USB Port
There are 2 options as pictured below, the default setting is “On”.
 On: The product can support the USB device.
 Off: The product can not support the USB device.
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Restore To Factory Settings
After factory settings are restored, all system settings will default back to the original settings.
3.2 Playback Control
Storage Priority
This is used to set the LCD display to read media files from Internal Storage or USB Disk.
There are two options as pictured below:
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Internal Storage: The LCD display reads media files from internal storage only
USB Disk: The LCD display reads media files from USB disk only
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Playback Mode
There are three options as pictured below:
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Free: The user copies the media files into USB stick and the LCD display will read it directly
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Encrypted: The user makes playlist with encryption by using the ADPlaylistEditor software,
the LCD display will read the media files after verifying password. (The default password is
12345678)
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None Encrypted: The user makes playlist without encryption by using the ADPlaylistEditor
software, the LCD display will read the media files directly.
TIPS: Under the Free Playback Mode, the LCD display will playback the media files according to
the file name. For example, it will playback like this: 001.avi, 002.jpg, 003.mov, or a.avi, b.jpg,
c.mov.
Do Not use special characters in the file name ([email protected]#¥%&* ), and blank space is not
supported.
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Play Time
This is used to set the play time for pictures under the Free Playback Mode and is not valid for
video file.
3.3 Date & Time
The procedure is listed below:
1. Choose Date & Time in the Main Menu, and press PLAY/PAUSE to go into the sub-menu.
2. Press Left or Right Navigation button to choose the item you want to modify.
3. Press Up or Down Navigation button to change the number.
4. Choose Update Date & Time to finish your setting
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3.4 On / Off Timer
There are 2 Timer Modes to choose from pictured below
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Weekly
User can set the on/off timer weekly. For example, on Sunday, 6:00am on, 11:00am off:
1. Choose Weekly in the On/Off Timer menu, press PLAY/PAUSE to confirm, see below.
2. Choose Timer in the Control Mode, then the three Timer items are valid, Choose the Status
of Timer(1) to be ON, then make the On Time to be 06:00, Off Time to be 11:00.
3. Choose Save New Settings to finish the setting
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Daily
User can set the on/off timer daily.
Choose Daily in the On/Off Timer menu, press PLAY/PAUSE to confirm, see below.
There are 3 items for option:
A. Timer: user can set 3 groups Timer, each group can set “On” or “Off”.
B. Always On: after connecting the power cable, the product will keep power on.
C. Always Off: after connecting the power cable or turn on the unit by remote control, the
product will power off automatically one minute later.
3.5 Local ID
Set the ID as pictured below. After setting, choose Save to finish it.
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3.6 Screen Mode
Set the screen to horizontal or vertical display for landscape or portrait use.
3.7 File Management
Here user can check the storage and Format the disk. Format Disk will erase all data, please
be cautious.
3.8 Exit
The system will exit the main menu.
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4. Input Port Setting
Press MUTE button of the remote control, below menu will pop up, this is used to choose the
input signal and other system setting.
4.1 Source
There are HDMI, VGA, and Digital Signage to choose from
HDMI: Display the content from external HDMI signal port
VGA: Display the content from external VGA signal port
Digital Signage: Display the content from internal digital signage system
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4.2 System Setting
OSD Language: Simplified Chinese and English
Reset: Reset will restore the system to what’s listed below:
Language: English
Source: Digital Signage
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 50
Saturation: 50
4.3 Image
Here user can set the Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation.
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5. ADPlaylistEditor Introduction
ADPlaylistEditor (here after called ADPE) is a fantastic solution for digital signage, it is an
innovation that entertain while maximizing the impact of your message. Create your own signage
content by using your PC and the free ADPE software.
Transfer that content by using a USB stick and plug it into the LCD display to run the content,
no additional hardware is needed.
5.1 Installation
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Install Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5
The installation of ADPE need Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5, user can double click
Dotnetfx.exe in the accessory CD-ROM, or click below link:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/zh-cn/details.aspx?familyid=333325FD-AE52-4E35-B
531-508D977D32A6&displaylang=zh-cn to download and install it.
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Install FinalCode.exe
FinalCode is used to decode the media files when you use the Preview function in the ADPE
software, it is suggested you install, otherwise the Preview may not work well.
Double click on the installer "FinalCode.exe" and follow the on-screen instructions:
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Install ADPlaylistEditor
Double click on the installer "setup.exe" and follow the on-screen instructions.
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Run the software
User may need to install another software if below Error pops up when you run ADPE.
Double click vcredist_x86.exe in the accessory CD-ROM, which is a system patch.
Interface
1. Menu Bar: Provide access to all the features of this software.
2. Media Library: Help user to locate media files on your computer and give previews in the
bottom box. Supported formats include:
 Video: av, divx, mp4, mpeg, vob, h264, ts, tp, m2ts, flv, mov, m4v, mkv,
wmv, rmvb, rm
 Image: jpg, bmp, png, gif, jpeg
 Audio: mp3, wma, ogg, aac, wav
 Text: txt
3. Tool Bar: Provide access to the main functions.
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 New - create a new program.
 Open - open a program file already exists.
 Close - close all the current works and clear the work space.
 Save/Save As - save your current work with the name as *.gpl.
 Options – allow user to setup a playback duration and transition style for all the
images.
 Player Settings – allow the user to change the settings on their screens.
 Preview - preview the current file.
 Save to USB - save the content and schedule a USB disk.
4. Program Name: Display the name of the current program. It will be named as
Untitled-*.gpl by default.
5. Schedule Section: Define the start and end time of a file, as well as the screen layout.
6. Playlist Section: Allow user to add media files to the playback zones.
5.2 Playlist Creation
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New Screen
First choose the screen mode.
Click File -> New in the menu bar or click the button New on the tool bar to get below dialog
box.
Select the appropriate screen mode, this must be the same as the screen mode in the main
menu, otherwise it will affect the display performance.
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Schedule
User can set the schedule according to the requirement.
Add – add an extra new schedule
Remove - delete the selected schedule
Modify - edit the selected schedule
To add a new schedule, click Add to get Schedule Editor as below.
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Selecting the checkboxes Date and Time allows the user to setup the playback duration. It also
allows user to change the screen mode.
TIPS 1: There are three Screen modes for option as example under 16:9: VID which can display
videos or pictures only, VID+PIC+BOT which can display videos on left, pictures on right and
scrolling text at bottom, PIC+VID+BOT which can display pictures on left, videos on right and
scrolling text at bottom.
Below is the suggested size of the media files.
TIPS 2: One period time allows one schedule only, otherwise conflict alert will be given. If you
don’t set the Date and Time, the content will display continually.
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The playlist with specific playback date and time will be played prior to those with no
pre-definition. Take the following schedule for example:
The second playlist will be played first during 13:00->14:00 on 2012-05-16 and the first playlist
will be played second.
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Set up Playlist
Playlist section allows user to add media files to playback zones to setup a playlist.
Click the relevant tab title to edit content for the zone:
VID - video zone, PIC - image zone, BOT - bottom zone
Add - Add a media file to the current zone.
Edit - Allow user to edit a media file in the playlist.
Delete - Remove a media file from the playlist.
Up/Down - Allow user to adjust the playback sequence of listed items.
For example, in VID tab, clicking Add to get PlayList Item Editor.
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Media File
To add video, image and audio file, click the button Browse in PlayList Item Editor window.
TIPS: User can only click the Add button in Media Library part to add media files.
NOTE: Only image files can be added to PIC and BOT zones.
The maximum number of media files is 100 for PIC and BOT zones. Only one media file can be
added to BOT zone.
The Duration and Transition Style portions will only be available when an image is selected as
the media file.
Duration: Set the period that the image will be played. User can define the playback duration for
each image by entering a figure in the time box or dragging the time bar. The supported maximum
duration is 2 hours.
Transition Style: The transition effect is used to introduce the next image. User can define the
transition style for each image.
TIPS: The Options button in the Tool Bar allows you to setup a uniform duration and transition
style for all images.
Scrolling Text: To add or edit scrolling text, select the checkbox at the lower part of the Playlist
section.
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To add a scrolling text, click the button Browse to select a pre-prepared text file which will
then be displayed in the edit box.
NOTE: Only *.text file is supported.
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To edit a scrolling text, just enter the text in the edit box.
To delete a scrolling text, just uncheck Scrolling Text.
User can set the Encoding, Font size, Color, Scrolling speed, back ground color and Transparency
of the scrolling text.
The scrolling text will be displayed at the bottom of the screen in full-screen mode, or in BOT
zone in split-screen mode.
Now the user can preview and save the finished playlist.
5.3 Player Settings
The Player Settings button on the tool bar allows user to make settings on the player. These
settings can be imported to the player via the feature Save to USB.
TIPS: To import these settings to players, the user needs to enable this feature by clicking
Player Settings box in the Save to USB window.
Click Player Settings to get the window pictured below:
The above menu is the same as the Main Menu set by remote control.
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5.4 Save to USB
The function Save to USB allows user to save the finished playlist to a USB disk for input
into LCD diplay.
Click Save to USB in the Tool bar or click Tools -> Save to USB.
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Select the player type, X86 or SW110. SW110 is for standalone type LCD display.
Insert a USB disk, and then select the disk you wish to save to.
Choose whether to encrypt the playlist. This step is not necessary.
Select the checkbox Encrypt to enable this function. Then click the button Password Setting
to change the password if necessary.
Please note that the password should be the same as the player password, otherwise the
playlist cannot be imported into the LCD display.
TIPS: The password can also be setup via Tools -> Password Setting, and the player
password via Tools -> Player Password Update. The default password is 12345678.
 Player Settings. This step is not necessary.
Select the checkbox Player Settings to enable this function. Then click the button Player
Setting to change the settings if necessary.
TIPS: The player settings will be packed together with the playlist and then imported into
LCD display. This step is not necessary.
Click OK to finish.
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6. Content Update
6.1 Update content directly
If user doesn’t want to use ADPE to make playlist, they can copy their media files into a USB
stick, and plug it into the USB port of the LCD display.
If the Storage Priority in Playback Control Menu is set to USB Disk, then the LCD display
will playback the media files directly.
If the Storage Priority in Playback Control Menu is set to Internal Storage, then the media
files will be imported into the internal storage, and will playback the media files after they are
uploaded.
6.2 Update content via ADPE
After making a playlist and saving it to the USB successfully by ADPE, plug the USB into the
USB port of the LCD display.
If the Storage Priority in Playback Control Menu is set to USB Disk, then the LCD display
will playback the media files in the playlist directly.
If the Storage Priority in Playback Control Menu is set to Internal Storage, then the playlist
will be imported into the internal storage, and will playback the media files after they are
uploaded.
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