Models: DF-F1048b, DF-F1049r & DF-F1050s

Models: DF-F1048b, DF-F1049r & DF-F1050s
The moment keeps going
Jackie on holidays
- Great ocean road, Melbourne
Bringing memories to life!
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10.4" Sovereign Series
Bringing memories to life!
Product User Manual
(Model No's: DF-F1048b, F1049r & F1050s)
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What’s inside
Welcome!
Jess & Chris
Congratulations on your purchase of a DigiFrame! We understand how
special memories of your loved ones and moments that you encounter
through your journey are. Now they can be treasured in high quality
digital form.
Your DigiFrame is designed to bring your digital photos out of your
computer and into your life! It is packed with great features (like movies
& functions) to help you get the most out of your special moments.
- Friends forever
Introduction
Main Features
Getting Started
Package Contents
Installing your unit
Operation
Controls
Using your Remote Control
Inserting Memory Cards
Main menu
Viewing Pictures
Watching video
Listening to MP3 music
File Management
Playing a slideshow with music
Copying and Deleting Files
Using the SETUP option
Technical Support/ FAQ
Troubleshooting
Cleaning the LCD screen
Maintenance and Precaution
Specifications
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2.
What’s inside
Welcome!
Jess & Chris
Congratulations on your purchase of a DigiFrame! We understand how
special memories of your loved ones and moments that you encounter
through your journey are. Now they can be treasured in high quality
digital form.
Your DigiFrame is designed to bring your digital photos out of your
computer and into your life! It is packed with great features (like movies
& functions) to help you get the most out of your special moments.
- Friends forever
Introduction
Main Features
Getting Started
Package Contents
Installing your unit
Operation
Controls
Using your Remote Control
Inserting Memory Cards
Main menu
Viewing Pictures
Watching video
Listening to MP3 music
File Management
Playing a slideshow with music
Copying and Deleting Files
Using the SETUP option
Technical Support/ FAQ
Troubleshooting
Cleaning the LCD screen
Maintenance and Precaution
Specifications
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Introduction
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
This manual will help you use many of the exciting and useful features that will make your Digiframe
viewing more enjoyable.
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Package Contents
This Digiframe lets you view digital pictures directly from your camera’s memory cards.
You will be able to create a slideshow using multiple transition effects or display one picture at a time.
No computer, digital camera or Internet connection is required.
Main Features
This Digital Picture Frame is compatible with the following popular memory card formats: Compact Flash®, SD™, XD (m),
Multimedia Card™, and Memory Stick®.It can also read files stored on a USB Flash drive using the USB host port.
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Displays digital pictures (JPEG) without a computer.
Simply insert a compatible memory card into the Digital Picture Frame to show photos, play MP3 music or supported video files.
Compatible memory cards include Secure Digital Card (SD), Multimedia Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), XD Cards & Compact Flash
Able to read files located on a USB Flash drive.
Instantly plays MP3 music with the integrated speakers.
Instantly plays MPEG1*, MPEG2* & MPEG 4 files stored on supported memory cards*.
Supports up to 12 Mega Pixels image files (JPEG format).
Compatible with most digital cameras’ stored JPEG images and motion JPEG files.
Includes a credit card style remote control.
Automatic slide show with multiple transition effects.
Plays slide show with MP3 music in the background.
User-friendly on-screen display lets you access all controls easily.
*Video files may not play properly if stored on a low speed card.
1. Digiframe
4. Remote Control
2. USB Cable
3. AC Adapter
Bringing memories to life!
Product user manual for 10.4 & 15” Models
5. User Manual
3.
Introduction
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
This manual will help you use many of the exciting and useful features that will make your Digiframe
viewing more enjoyable.
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Package Contents
This Digiframe lets you view digital pictures directly from your camera’s memory cards.
You will be able to create a slideshow using multiple transition effects or display one picture at a time.
No computer, digital camera or Internet connection is required.
Main Features
This Digital Picture Frame is compatible with the following popular memory card formats: Compact Flash®, SD™, XD (m),
Multimedia Card™, and Memory Stick®.It can also read files stored on a USB Flash drive using the USB host port.
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Displays digital pictures (JPEG) without a computer.
Simply insert a compatible memory card into the Digital Picture Frame to show photos, play MP3 music or supported video files.
Compatible memory cards include Secure Digital Card (SD), Multimedia Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), XD Cards & Compact Flash
Able to read files located on a USB Flash drive.
Instantly plays MP3 music with the integrated speakers.
Instantly plays MPEG1*, MPEG2* & MPEG 4 files stored on supported memory cards*.
Supports up to 12 Mega Pixels image files (JPEG format).
Compatible with most digital cameras’ stored JPEG images and motion JPEG files.
Includes a credit card style remote control.
Automatic slide show with multiple transition effects.
Plays slide show with MP3 music in the background.
User-friendly on-screen display lets you access all controls easily.
*Video files may not play properly if stored on a low speed card.
1. Digiframe
4. Remote Control
2. USB Cable
3. AC Adapter
Bringing memories to life!
Product user manual for 10.4 & 15” Models
5. User Manual
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Installing your unit
Operation
This Digital Frame is really easy to operate:
• Open the packaging and carefully remove the protective foam and the protective, plastic sleeve from the unit.
• Install the Digital Picture Frame stand into the back of the unit; Carefully align the stand in either the landscape or portrait orientation and gently press on the middle of the stand until it is fully inserted.
• Plug in the AC power adapter into power outlet and the other end into the unit.
1. Remove memory card from camera:
• Place all of the media you wish to show on the DigiFrame onto your memory card of choice and place it into the provided slot, making sure that it is in the correct way.
• Turn the DigiFrame ON via the ON/OFF switch.
2. Insert memory card into the frame
and ensure it is inserted correctly:
My favorite flower
- Grandad gardening
3. The slideshow will start automatically:
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Installing your unit
Operation
This Digital Frame is really easy to operate:
• Open the packaging and carefully remove the protective foam and the protective, plastic sleeve from the unit.
• Install the Digital Picture Frame stand into the back of the unit; Carefully align the stand in either the landscape or portrait orientation and gently press on the middle of the stand until it is fully inserted.
• Plug in the AC power adapter into power outlet and the other end into the unit.
1. Remove memory card from camera:
• Place all of the media you wish to show on the DigiFrame onto your memory card of choice and place it into the provided slot, making sure that it is in the correct way.
• Turn the DigiFrame ON via the ON/OFF switch.
2. Insert memory card into the frame
and ensure it is inserted correctly:
My favorite flower
- Grandad gardening
3. The slideshow will start automatically:
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Using your remote control
Controls & Slots
The following table briefly describes the remote control functions.
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Mini USB Port
CF Card
1. AUTO
4. NEXT
SD / MS / MMC / XD Card
Power
2. MENU
5. POWER
3. PREVIOUS
Button
Description
On/Off
Switch your Digiframe on/off
Card selection
Select your memory card
VOL -
Decrease volume
VOL +
Increase Volume
Slideshow
Start slideshow
Music
Display music files
Photo
Choose which photo files to display
Rotate
Rotate the current picture
Mute
Mute volume
Zoom
Zoom In on the current picture
Play/Pause and display OSD menu
Stop
Setup
Open the menu to changing settings
Arrows
Navigate on screen
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Using your remote control
Controls & Slots
The following table briefly describes the remote control functions.
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Mini USB Port
CF Card
1. AUTO
4. NEXT
SD / MS / MMC / XD Card
Power
2. MENU
5. POWER
3. PREVIOUS
Button
Description
On/Off
Switch your Digiframe on/off
Card selection
Select your memory card
VOL -
Decrease volume
VOL +
Increase Volume
Slideshow
Start slideshow
Music
Display music files
Photo
Choose which photo files to display
Rotate
Rotate the current picture
Mute
Mute volume
Zoom
Zoom In on the current picture
Play/Pause and display OSD menu
Stop
Setup
Open the menu to changing settings
Arrows
Navigate on screen
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Inserting Memory Cards
The Digital Picture Frame is compatible with the following memory cards:
Main Menu
Upon turning on the Digital Picture Frame, you will go straight to the MENU screen. To set the Auto Start feature Choose the
SETUP screen. Use the left/right arrow to go to the “Set up”. Press PLAY button to enter the options screen. Use the Up / down
arrows to choose your auto start option. Press the “Card selection” button to show the following menu:
• Secure Digital Card (SD)
Use the left and right arrows to move inside the menu and then press “PLAY”
to continue.
• Multimedia Card (MMC)
• Memory Stick
Note: In all menus, pressing the “Card selection” button will bring you back to
the main menu.
• Compact Flash (CF) Card
• XD (m) Picture Cards
Insert your memory card. Do not force. If you are not able to easily insert the memory card completely, you may have
inserted it the wrong way.
Note:
The Digital Picture Frame will ONLY recognise digital pictures stored in JPEG format. Digital pictures stored in other
formats will be ignored by the device.
Make sure you have at least one picture stored on the memory card. The frame will not function properly without a
stored picture.
You can also use a USB flash drive in the exact same way as you would use a memory card. Simply copy files on to the
flash drive and insert it in the USB Host plug.
Function
Description
Nand
Play files in internal memory
Calendar
Display calendar, clock, alarm
Setup
Set system menu
SD/MMC/MS/XD Play files on SD/MMC/MS/XD memory card
CF
Play files on CF memory card
USB
Play files on USB flash drive
Dan gets the ball
- Age 15, striker
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Inserting Memory Cards
The Digital Picture Frame is compatible with the following memory cards:
Main Menu
Upon turning on the Digital Picture Frame, you will go straight to the MENU screen. To set the Auto Start feature Choose the
SETUP screen. Use the left/right arrow to go to the “Set up”. Press PLAY button to enter the options screen. Use the Up / down
arrows to choose your auto start option. Press the “Card selection” button to show the following menu:
• Secure Digital Card (SD)
Use the left and right arrows to move inside the menu and then press “PLAY”
to continue.
• Multimedia Card (MMC)
• Memory Stick
Note: In all menus, pressing the “Card selection” button will bring you back to
the main menu.
• Compact Flash (CF) Card
• XD (m) Picture Cards
Insert your memory card. Do not force. If you are not able to easily insert the memory card completely, you may have
inserted it the wrong way.
Note:
The Digital Picture Frame will ONLY recognise digital pictures stored in JPEG format. Digital pictures stored in other
formats will be ignored by the device.
Make sure you have at least one picture stored on the memory card. The frame will not function properly without a
stored picture.
You can also use a USB flash drive in the exact same way as you would use a memory card. Simply copy files on to the
flash drive and insert it in the USB Host plug.
Function
Description
Nand
Play files in internal memory
Calendar
Display calendar, clock, alarm
Setup
Set system menu
SD/MMC/MS/XD Play files on SD/MMC/MS/XD memory card
CF
Play files on CF memory card
USB
Play files on USB flash drive
Dan gets the ball
- Age 15, striker
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Viewing Pictures
When correspondent card is removed from card slot.
Viewing Pictures
• Otherwise press PLAY to enter the full screen
photo (pause mode) and press PLAY to enter into
slideshow mode.
Viewing Pictures
Make sure you have at least one picture on your memory card or your
USB flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “PHOTO” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
• A Photo thumbnail will appear. User UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT arrows to
move the highlight. If the highlighted is a folder, press PLAY to enter the
folder.
Relaxing in the park
- Brenda, mother of 2
• Once a slideshow is playing or a picture is being
shown, press the PLAY button. The following menu
will appear:
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Viewing Pictures
When correspondent card is removed from card slot.
Viewing Pictures
• Otherwise press PLAY to enter the full screen
photo (pause mode) and press PLAY to enter into
slideshow mode.
Viewing Pictures
Make sure you have at least one picture on your memory card or your
USB flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “PHOTO” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
• A Photo thumbnail will appear. User UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT arrows to
move the highlight. If the highlighted is a folder, press PLAY to enter the
folder.
Relaxing in the park
- Brenda, mother of 2
• Once a slideshow is playing or a picture is being
shown, press the PLAY button. The following menu
will appear:
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Viewing Pictures
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Watching Video
Previous
The Digital Picture Frame supports the following video formats:
Play previous picture in the picture list.
• Motion JPEG (AVI): video format used by
most digital cameras MPEG-I
Play or Pause
Play or pause the current slideshow.
Next
Play next picture in the picture list.
Rotate
Use the rotate function to change the picture orientation between either portrait or landscape.
• MPEG-2
• MPEG 4
Make sure you have at least one video on your memory card or your USB
flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “MOVIE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
Stop
Stop slideshow and return to photo thumbnail.
Zoom
Increase the size of the picture by 2/4/8/16/1 times.
A list of all movie files will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right side consists of the movie preview window and
information display of the current movie. Use Up/Down arrows to select the movie and press PLAY to play.
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Viewing Pictures
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Watching Video
Previous
The Digital Picture Frame supports the following video formats:
Play previous picture in the picture list.
• Motion JPEG (AVI): video format used by
most digital cameras MPEG-I
Play or Pause
Play or pause the current slideshow.
Next
Play next picture in the picture list.
Rotate
Use the rotate function to change the picture orientation between either portrait or landscape.
• MPEG-2
• MPEG 4
Make sure you have at least one video on your memory card or your USB
flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “MOVIE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
Stop
Stop slideshow and return to photo thumbnail.
Zoom
Increase the size of the picture by 2/4/8/16/1 times.
A list of all movie files will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right side consists of the movie preview window and
information display of the current movie. Use Up/Down arrows to select the movie and press PLAY to play.
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Watching Video
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Watching Video
Once a movie is playing, press the PLAY button on the remote control.
The following menu will appear:
Fast Forward
Previous
Play forward the movie by 2/3/4 times speed.
Play previous movie in the play list.
Play or Pause
Zoom
Play or Pause the movie.
Increase the size of the picture by 2/3/4/1 times.
Fast Backward
Play backward the movie by 2/3/4 times speed.
Next
Play next movie in the play list.
Stop
Stop the movie and return to the play list.
Listening to MP3 Music Files
Make sure you have at least one MP3 file on your memory card or your USB flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “MUSIC” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
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Watching Video
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Watching Video
Once a movie is playing, press the PLAY button on the remote control.
The following menu will appear:
Fast Forward
Previous
Play forward the movie by 2/3/4 times speed.
Play previous movie in the play list.
Play or Pause
Zoom
Play or Pause the movie.
Increase the size of the picture by 2/3/4/1 times.
Fast Backward
Play backward the movie by 2/3/4 times speed.
Next
Play next movie in the play list.
Stop
Stop the movie and return to the play list.
Listening to MP3 Music Files
Make sure you have at least one MP3 file on your memory card or your USB flash drive. When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “MUSIC” option from the menu and press “PLAY”
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Listening to MP3 Music
A list of music files will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right
side consists of the frequency chart and information status bar. The song
information area is below the status bar. Use Up/Down arrows to select the
music file and press PLAY to play.
• Press VOL+ to increase the volume or VOL- to decrease the volume.
• Press PLAY /PAUSE button on remote control to play or pause the
music file.
• Press STOP button on the remote control to return to the card menu.
Pictures with Music Background
Playing a slideshow with music
Ensure you have at least one picture on your memory card or your USB flash drive. Additionally, you
must have one MP3 file saved on the same selected memory card/USB/Internal Memory.
When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory).
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of all files on the selected memory card or internal
memory will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right
side consists of the file information. Use Up/Down arrows to
select a picture file and press PLAY to enter a full screen photo
(pause mode). Press Slideshow button on the remote control, an
audio slideshow will begin automatically.
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Listening to MP3 Music
A list of music files will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right
side consists of the frequency chart and information status bar. The song
information area is below the status bar. Use Up/Down arrows to select the
music file and press PLAY to play.
• Press VOL+ to increase the volume or VOL- to decrease the volume.
• Press PLAY /PAUSE button on remote control to play or pause the
music file.
• Press STOP button on the remote control to return to the card menu.
Pictures with Music Background
Playing a slideshow with music
Ensure you have at least one picture on your memory card or your USB flash drive. Additionally, you
must have one MP3 file saved on the same selected memory card/USB/Internal Memory.
When this is done:
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory).
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of all files on the selected memory card or internal
memory will be listed on the left side of the screen. The right
side consists of the file information. Use Up/Down arrows to
select a picture file and press PLAY to enter a full screen photo
(pause mode). Press Slideshow button on the remote control, an
audio slideshow will begin automatically.
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Pictures with Music Background
• Once an audio-slideshow is playing, press the PLAY button. The following menu will appear:
File Management
VOL
Previous
Press VOL+ or VOL- on remote control to increase or decrease the volume
Play previous picture in the picture list.
Copying and Deleting Files
Play or Pause
Play or pause the current slideshow.
Copy and delete files on your memory card, USB drive or internal memory.
Next
Copy
Play next picture in the picture list.
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
Rotate
Use the rotate function to change the picture orientation to either portrait or landscape.
Stop
Stop slideshow and return to photo thumbnail.
Zoom
Increase the size of the picture by 2/4/8/16/1 times.
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of available files will be displayed. Use the up and down
arrows to highlight your desired file and press the RIGHT ARROW to
highlight the desired file. Repeat for all files that you want to copy.
• Press the “SETUP” button to display the Copy and Delete menu.
Select Copy function and Press “PLAY” button to display the C:/ and
D:/ menu.
• Use Up/Down arrows to select the file destination folder.
Press Right button to confirm.
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Pictures with Music Background
• Once an audio-slideshow is playing, press the PLAY button. The following menu will appear:
File Management
VOL
Previous
Press VOL+ or VOL- on remote control to increase or decrease the volume
Play previous picture in the picture list.
Copying and Deleting Files
Play or Pause
Play or pause the current slideshow.
Copy and delete files on your memory card, USB drive or internal memory.
Next
Copy
Play next picture in the picture list.
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/
NAND-Internal Memory)
Rotate
Use the rotate function to change the picture orientation to either portrait or landscape.
Stop
Stop slideshow and return to photo thumbnail.
Zoom
Increase the size of the picture by 2/4/8/16/1 times.
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of available files will be displayed. Use the up and down
arrows to highlight your desired file and press the RIGHT ARROW to
highlight the desired file. Repeat for all files that you want to copy.
• Press the “SETUP” button to display the Copy and Delete menu.
Select Copy function and Press “PLAY” button to display the C:/ and
D:/ menu.
• Use Up/Down arrows to select the file destination folder.
Press Right button to confirm.
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Copying & deleting files
• Press PLAY to start copying the file.
• Press the STOP button to bring you back to the Copy and
Delete menu.
Delete
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of available files will be displayed. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight your required file and press
the RIGHT arrow to highlight the desired file. Repeat for all files that you want to copy.
• Press the “SETUP” button to display the Copy and Delete menu. Select Delete function and press PLAY. File
will be deleted.
• Pressing the STOP button will bring you back to the Copy and Delete menu.
Using the set-up option
Upon turning on the Digiframe, you will go straight to the MENU screen. Press the “SETUP” button to display the Setup menu on
the remote control. The following options can be changed by using the “SETUP” option from the main menu:
Function
Description
Language
English, French, Spanish, German, Italian
Slideshow time
Slideshow duration: 3s/5s/15s/1mins/15mins/1hr
Slideshow mode
Off, Random, Fading, Bottom to top, Top to bottom, Left to right, Right to left, Door close, Door open, Hori cross, Verti cross
Music Repeat
Mode
Repeat one , Repeat all, Repeat off
Movie Repeat
Mode
Repeat one, Repeat all, Repeat off
Display mode
Normal, Wide,
Time
Year/Month/Date/Time setup
Alarm
Alarm Time/Alarm Music/Alarm On/off setup
Default
Recover the factory default setup
NOTE: When entering into the “setup” menu, you can only use the remote controller for operation.
Then set the system function. The OSD button can not be used to operate your Digiframe.
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Copying & deleting files
• Press PLAY to start copying the file.
• Press the STOP button to bring you back to the Copy and
Delete menu.
Delete
• Select the desired flash media on main menu. (SD/XD/CF/MS/USB/NAND-Internal Memory)
• Select the “FILE” option from the menu and press “PLAY”.
• A list of available files will be displayed. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight your required file and press
the RIGHT arrow to highlight the desired file. Repeat for all files that you want to copy.
• Press the “SETUP” button to display the Copy and Delete menu. Select Delete function and press PLAY. File
will be deleted.
• Pressing the STOP button will bring you back to the Copy and Delete menu.
Using the set-up option
Upon turning on the Digiframe, you will go straight to the MENU screen. Press the “SETUP” button to display the Setup menu on
the remote control. The following options can be changed by using the “SETUP” option from the main menu:
Function
Description
Language
English, French, Spanish, German, Italian
Slideshow time
Slideshow duration: 3s/5s/15s/1mins/15mins/1hr
Slideshow mode
Off, Random, Fading, Bottom to top, Top to bottom, Left to right, Right to left, Door close, Door open, Hori cross, Verti cross
Music Repeat
Mode
Repeat one , Repeat all, Repeat off
Movie Repeat
Mode
Repeat one, Repeat all, Repeat off
Display mode
Normal, Wide,
Time
Year/Month/Date/Time setup
Alarm
Alarm Time/Alarm Music/Alarm On/off setup
Default
Recover the factory default setup
NOTE: When entering into the “setup” menu, you can only use the remote controller for operation.
Then set the system function. The OSD button can not be used to operate your Digiframe.
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Using the set-up option
Calendar/Clock Display
Upon turning on the Digiframe, you will go straight to the MENU screen. If you select Calendar/Clock and press PLAY, you will go to
Calendar/Clock screen. If the Alarm is turned on, it will also show the alarm time. A picture slideshow will begin at the
picture preview window at the right part of the screen.
Technical Support
Frequently asked questions
1) Q: Can I use touch-enabled technology for my Digiframe?
A: The LCD screen does not support touch-enabled technology. Please use the buttons or remote control to control the Digiframe.
2) Q: If I keep showing the same photo for a long time, will it damage the LCD screen?
A: No. The Digiframe can display the same photo continuously for a long period time. But it is recommended not to show
the same picture continuously for more than 1 month.
3) Q: How do I store music files?
A: First, use a personal computer and popular audio editing software to convert your music to MP3 format. The Digiframe
will only play MP3 files so All Windows Media Player™ and/or iTunes™ files will have to be converted first. You can use a card reader or your digital camera to transfer those files to your memory card.
4) Q: Does the Digiframe have built-in memory?
A: Yes. The Digital Picture Frame has built-in memory to store your files.
5) Q: What is the maximum picture size?
A: Your Digiframe is able to display pictures up to 12 Mega Pixels.
6) Q: What is the best picture resolution displayed on the screen?
A: The frame’s best resolution is 800×600.
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Using the set-up option
Calendar/Clock Display
Upon turning on the Digiframe, you will go straight to the MENU screen. If you select Calendar/Clock and press PLAY, you will go to
Calendar/Clock screen. If the Alarm is turned on, it will also show the alarm time. A picture slideshow will begin at the
picture preview window at the right part of the screen.
Technical Support
Frequently asked questions
1) Q: Can I use touch-enabled technology for my Digiframe?
A: The LCD screen does not support touch-enabled technology. Please use the buttons or remote control to control the Digiframe.
2) Q: If I keep showing the same photo for a long time, will it damage the LCD screen?
A: No. The Digiframe can display the same photo continuously for a long period time. But it is recommended not to show
the same picture continuously for more than 1 month.
3) Q: How do I store music files?
A: First, use a personal computer and popular audio editing software to convert your music to MP3 format. The Digiframe
will only play MP3 files so All Windows Media Player™ and/or iTunes™ files will have to be converted first. You can use a card reader or your digital camera to transfer those files to your memory card.
4) Q: Does the Digiframe have built-in memory?
A: Yes. The Digital Picture Frame has built-in memory to store your files.
5) Q: What is the maximum picture size?
A: Your Digiframe is able to display pictures up to 12 Mega Pixels.
6) Q: What is the best picture resolution displayed on the screen?
A: The frame’s best resolution is 800×600.
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26.
Technical Support
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Corrective Actions
Digiframe doesn’t power on
The POWER connector to the unit is not
securely inserted.
Make sure you connect the AC adapter to the
frame properly. When you connect the AC
adapter to the frame and power up the unit, even
without a memory card, you should see a opening
screen. If you don’t see the opening screen, check
if the power is connected to the Digiframe and
make sure it is securely attached.
No Start-up screen
Memory card is not inserted correctly.
Make sure there is at least one supported photo
file on the memory card.
7) Q: How come the Digiframe does not show some of my photos?
A: The Digiframe is designed to show photos following the same camera industry standards format as digital
cameras. This format is a JPEG format. Images, such as web images, scanned images, or photos in RAW format, are not stored according to camera industry standards and therefore cannot be displayed correctly on the Digiframe. Please use your PC applications to convert such images into standard JPEG format before viewing them on the Digital Picture Frame.
• Compatible Photo format: Compatible
format: JPEG
Photo
• Compatible Music format: MP3
• Compatible Video format: Motion JPEG (AVI),
MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4.
Video doesn’t play properly
Slow Memory Card
Make sure you use a high-speed memory card to
play video files.
Small video size on the screen
Low Video Resolution
Most digital cameras take video in 320x240 or
lower resolution. The best supported resolution
of a photo or video is 640x480. Use the Zoom
button on the remote control to enlarge it.
25.
26.
Technical Support
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Corrective Actions
Digiframe doesn’t power on
The POWER connector to the unit is not
securely inserted.
Make sure you connect the AC adapter to the
frame properly. When you connect the AC
adapter to the frame and power up the unit, even
without a memory card, you should see a opening
screen. If you don’t see the opening screen, check
if the power is connected to the Digiframe and
make sure it is securely attached.
No Start-up screen
Memory card is not inserted correctly.
Make sure there is at least one supported photo
file on the memory card.
7) Q: How come the Digiframe does not show some of my photos?
A: The Digiframe is designed to show photos following the same camera industry standards format as digital
cameras. This format is a JPEG format. Images, such as web images, scanned images, or photos in RAW format, are not stored according to camera industry standards and therefore cannot be displayed correctly on the Digiframe. Please use your PC applications to convert such images into standard JPEG format before viewing them on the Digital Picture Frame.
• Compatible Photo format: Compatible
format: JPEG
Photo
• Compatible Music format: MP3
• Compatible Video format: Motion JPEG (AVI),
MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4.
Video doesn’t play properly
Slow Memory Card
Make sure you use a high-speed memory card to
play video files.
Small video size on the screen
Low Video Resolution
Most digital cameras take video in 320x240 or
lower resolution. The best supported resolution
of a photo or video is 640x480. Use the Zoom
button on the remote control to enlarge it.
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28.
Maintenance & Precaution
Maintenance and Precaution
• The Digiframe is for indoor use only.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock; do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the back of the Digiframe at any time.
• Keep your Digiframe out of sunlight. Direct sunlight may cause damage.
• Do not open the case of the Digiframe. There is a risk of electric shock, and there are no user serviceable parts inside. Opening the case will void your warranty.
• Do not use the Digiframe if conditions could allow condensation to occur, or damage may result.
• Your Digiframe is a complicated electronic device and cannot withstand shock from drops.
Cleaning the LCD screen
• Treat the screen gently. The screen on the Digiframe is protected with glass and can be scratched or broken.
• If fingerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty, we recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cleaning cloth to clean the LCD screen.
• If you use an LCD Cleaning Kit sold on the market, apply the cleaning liquid to the cloth. Do not apply the liquid directly to your LCD screen.
We hope you enjoy your
Digiframe!
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28.
Maintenance & Precaution
Maintenance and Precaution
• The Digiframe is for indoor use only.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock; do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the back of the Digiframe at any time.
• Keep your Digiframe out of sunlight. Direct sunlight may cause damage.
• Do not open the case of the Digiframe. There is a risk of electric shock, and there are no user serviceable parts inside. Opening the case will void your warranty.
• Do not use the Digiframe if conditions could allow condensation to occur, or damage may result.
• Your Digiframe is a complicated electronic device and cannot withstand shock from drops.
Cleaning the LCD screen
• Treat the screen gently. The screen on the Digiframe is protected with glass and can be scratched or broken.
• If fingerprints or dust make the LCD screen dirty, we recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cleaning cloth to clean the LCD screen.
• If you use an LCD Cleaning Kit sold on the market, apply the cleaning liquid to the cloth. Do not apply the liquid directly to your LCD screen.
We hope you enjoy your
Digiframe!
The moment keeps going
Jackie on holidays
- Great ocean road, Melbourne
Bringing memories to life!
For additional hints & tips - visit us at www.digiframe.com.au
For Repairs & Service please contact CUSTOMER SERVICE on 1300 559 881
or email [email protected]
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Product User Manual for 10.4” Sovereign & 15” Mirage Series
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