Table of Contents
Chapter One: Overview ................................................1 1.1 Features..................................................................1 1.2 Operating environment ...........................................1 Chapter two: Install and Uninstall .............................2 2.1 Install ......................................................................2 2.2 Uninstall ..................................................................3 Chapter Three: Use details ........................................4 3.1 Program composition ..............................................4 3.2 Introduction of interface window .............................5 3.3 Feature detail ..........................................................7 3.4 Program production process ................................14 Chapter Four: Text Display ......................................20 4.1 Play single-line text window ..................................20 4.2 Play multi-line text window ...................................22 4.3 Play Word/Excel ...................................................24 Chapter Five: Image Display ...................................27 5.1 New Multimedia Window ......................................27 5. 2 Set Multimedia Window .......................................27 5.3 Open the Playing files ...........................................27 5.4 Set the property of the played image. ...................28 Chapter Six: Video Display ......................................30 6.1 New Multimedia Window ......................................30 6.2 Set Multimedia Window ........................................30 6.3 Open playing files .................................................30 6.4 Set property of Video files.....................................31 Chapter Seven: Table Display .................................32 7.1 New Multimedia Window ......................................32 7.2 Set Multimedia Window ........................................32 7.3 Insert & Edit table .................................................32 Chapter Eight: Web Display.....................................36 8.1 New Multimedia Window ......................................36 1
8.2 Set Multimedia Window ........................................36 8.3 Open play files ......................................................36 8.4 Set Web property ..................................................37 Chapter Nine: Database Display .............................38 9.1New Multimedia Window .......................................38 9.2 Set Multimedia Window ........................................38 9.3 New Access Database ..........................................38 9.4 New ODBC drive database...................................43 Chapter Ten: Time and date .....................................44 10.1New Multimedia Window .....................................44 10.2Set Multimedia Window .......................................44 10.3 New date/ time ....................................................44 10.4 Set date/ time......................................................45 Chapter Eleven: Program.........................................48 11.1 New Multimedia Window.....................................48 11.2 Set Multimedia Window ......................................48 11.3 New External program ........................................48 11.4 Set External Program Window ............................50 Chapter Twelve: Timer Display ................................51 12.1 New Multimedia Window ....................................51 12.2 Set Multimedia Window ......................................51 12.3 New timer Display ...............................................51 Chapter Thirteen: Instant Messaging .....................53 13.1 New instant messaging.......................................53 13.2 Set instant messaging ........................................54 13.3 Play instant messaging .......................................55 Chapter Fourteen: Video input Display ..................56 14.1 New Multimedia Window ....................................56 14.2 Set Multimedia Window ......................................56 14.3 New external video .............................................56 Chapter Fifteen: Flash Display ................................58 15.1Make Flash effect text..........................................58 15.2 Play Flash ...........................................................60 2
15.2.2 Set Multimedia Window ...................................60 Chapter Sixteen: Screen Capture ...........................62 16.1 New multimedia window .....................................62 16.2 Set multimedia window .......................................62 16.3 New screen capture ............................................62 16.4 Set Screen Capture ............................................63 16.5 Start Recording ...................................................64 16.6 Play Video...........................................................64 Chapter Seventeen: Time Display ...........................65 17.1 Open time repertoire ...........................................65 17.2 New time repertoire ............................................66 17.3 Edit time order ....................................................68 17.4 Delete time order ................................................68 17.5 Start time order ...................................................69 17.6 Exit ......................................................................69 Chapter Eighteen: Environment monitoring ..........70 18.1 Open Brightness Control Repertoire ..................70 18.2 New brightness control repertoire .......................71 18.3 Edit brightness control repertoire ........................71 18.4 Delete brightness control repertoire ...................72 18.5 Restore fault brightness control repertoire .........72 Chapter Nineteen: Software Setting .......................73 19.1 Set basic properties of software .........................73 Chapter Twenty: Hardware setting..........................75 Chapter twenty-one: Screen control .......................77 21.1 Set Brightness/Contrast/Color Temperature .......77 21.2 Set Screen Location ...........................................78 21.3 Close/Freeze Screen ..........................................79 Chapter Twenty two: View Device Status ...............81 22.1 Open Device Status ............................................81 Chapter Twenty three: View environment monitoring
23.1 Open environment monitoring ............................84 23.2 Set Environment monitoring factors ...................85 3
Chapter Twenty four: FAQ .......................................87 84 4
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RealPlayer—in case of RM or RMVB files
Chapter One: Overview
Chapter two: Install and Uninstall
1.1 Features
<LED Manager 2010> is a professional player developed for LED display system, with
2.1 Install
the powerful feature of easy-to-learn and easy-to-use.
<LED Manager 2010> almost supports all of the mainstream media of computer files,
such as:
Videos: AVI/SWF/RM/MPEG/MPG...
Pictures: JPG/GIF/BMP/...
Files: txt/doc/xls/rtf/…
<LED Manager 2010>can be smoothly implemented to play controls on a general
computer; can be carried out several display window editor on one computer, and better
support for external video and audio input.
It is simple to install the <LED
Manager 2010> as below:
Double-click LED Manager
2010 file and then dialog box
popup,
Fig.2-1,
When the installation of the
<LED Manager 2010> is made,
<LED
appear
software>
in
<Start/<Program>.


select
<Next step> to start installing.
the
1.2 Operating environment
see
will
the
Click
Fig. 2-1
to
Operating System
start operation after entering
Windows2000/ XP Chinese and English
<LED Manager 2010> in the program as Fig. 2-2 shows.
Hardware
CPU: Celeron 2.4G or higher
Memory: 1G or higher
Display card: 32M or higher

Fig.2-2
Related Software
Video Decoder--compulsory
Microsoft Media player--compulsory
And there is a shortcuts of < LED Manager 2010> in the desktop as icon
OFFICE2000—in case of *.doc files
double-click it can start the program.
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2
shows,
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Chapter Three: Use details
2.2 Uninstall
3.1 Program composition
<LED Manager 2010>
offers the feature of automatic
un-installation
which
is
Program (program files) includes one or more episode. And there are two kinds of episode:
convenient for you to delete all
normal episode and instant messaging programs. The former is the main component of
related files, programs and
shortcuts.
<Uninstall
User
LED
can
program, which can have more than one and be played in order; the latter is only one which
select
will be cycle played during the whole process, it is used to play a fixed content.
Manager
Episode is composed of one or more multimedia window, which is used to display such
2010> in the <LED software>
contents as the text, images, flash, multimedia clips. Multimedia windows can load 12 types
as Fig.2-2 shows, and can
of multimedia materials to play: <Material File>, < Text display >, < Text display >, < Time
select <Add/Delete Programs>
Fig.2-3
in the <Control Panel>, to
display >, < Audio control >, < External video >, < Custom Form >, < External program
window >, < Database Display >, < Web display >, < Temperature/humidity window >, <
uninstall software. Click Uninstall, the pop-up dialog box will ask for confirmation to
Instant messaging > and < Screen capture >.
uninstall the software, click the confirmation button, the software will uninstall automatically.
The process is completed as Fig.2-3 shows.
Material files: including pictures, video, flash, word, Excel and other media files.
Text display: including single-line text, multi-line text and Flash effects characters.
Time display: including the clock display, timer time display.
Audio control: including audio visual images and audio spectrum image.
External video: for other external video devices.
Custom Form: tabular data for editing play.
External program window: for embedding the external program into the display window,
mainly for playing small programs user developed for themselves.
Database Display: including ACCESS database and ODBC databases.
Web display: used to display web pages.
Temperature/humidity window: including environmental temperature and humidity.
Instant messaging: for quick input a short text, such as notification letter.
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Screen capture: used to record the current screen image inside the window.
3.2 Introduction of interface window
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3.2.2 Console
Console is used to control the position, size and program content of play window. The
console can be expanded into edit mode, the expanded control buttons as shown by the red
mark in Fig 3-2.
The main interface of <LED Manager 2010> shows as Fig.3-1, it includes two windows:
Play Window and Console.
Fig 3-2
In the edit mode, you can clearly see the console to expand in three parts, as shown in
Fig.3-3: Function Menu, Control Strip and Edit Area.
Fig.3-1
3.2.1 Play Window
Play window (The contents are displayed on the LED screen) is used to play the text,
images, animation, multimedia clips and other content the user want to. Here's the content
coincides with what the LED screen shows. This software supports play windows, up to 99
maximally, that means one computer can control the 99 pieces of display screen. Each play
window can have several multimedia windows. And each multimedia window can load
twelve types of multimedia files (that is described in chapter 3.1). Independently, each player
window can open program files and standalone play, independent editing without affecting
the other play window.
Fig 3-3
Function Menu:
orderly including seven sub-menu <Files>, <Edit>, <New>, <Material>,
<Settings>, <Tools>, <Help>.
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Control Strip: orderly including five functions of <Back>, <Play>, <Pause>, <Stop>,
<Forward>
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Save Project as: to save the current project file for the new LED Manager 2010
project files.
Edit Area: the toolbar at the top in sequence includes <new episode or media window>,
<import>, <move up>, <move down>, <delete>, <play>, <stop play>, <zoom in>, <zoom
Save Project: to save the current LED Manager 2010 project files.

Project Full Save: to save the current file and multimedia material. Differently
out>; left are the options for the program, show programs and sub- window information; the
this function is to copy the current project of multimedia material (such as: video,
right are options to edit, includes the special play effects, content ,time and so on.
photos, documents and other material), a new folder convenient for user’
engineering backup and other uses. For example: If the current project called
"New" to save, the system will create a "New. Files" folder, and copy all
3.3 Feature detail
materials used in engineering to the documents for use. (Note: If a user backup,
or move the project file, you need to copy project file name and". files "folder
3.3.1 Menu
together).
Function menu contains seven sub-menus : <Files>, <Edit>, <New>, <Material>,
<Setting>, <Tool>, and <Help>.
 Exit: Exit LED Manager 2010
<Edit>: as shown in Fig.3-5, including the seven options: <Copy>, <Paste>, <Move Up>,
<Move Down>, <Delete>, <Edit Material>, <Play Material>.
<File>: as shown in Fig. 3-4, including <New Project>, <Open Project>, <Save Project>, <
Save Project As>, <Project Full Save>, <Save the Default > and < Exit>.
Fig.3-5
Fig 3-4

New Project: to create a new LED Manager 2010 project files, it includes a
variety of settings.
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Copy: Used to copy an episode or multimedia windows.
Paste: Paste an episode or multimedia windows.
Move up: Move up an episode or the position of multimedia window. Only can
move on the same level, not move over level
Open Project: to open previously edited LED Manager 2010 project files.
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Move down: Move down an episode or the position of multimedia
window. Only can move on the same level, not move over level.
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

<New>:
Delete: Delete an episode or multimedia windows.
Edit material: Some material may be edited separately.
Play material: Play the currently selected material
As shown in Fig.3-6, includes the two options of <Episodes>, <Multimedia
window>.
Fig.3-8
Fig. 3-6


Episodes:
used to increase an episodes in the current play window
<Setting>: as shown in Fig.3-8, contains the <Brightness/Contrast /Color Temperature>,
<Screen Location Settings>, <Freeze screen>, <Close Screen>, <Time Repertoire>,
Multimedia window: used to increase a multimedia window in the current
<Brightness
episode.
<Software settings>, <Hardware Settings>, <Audio Input Select>, <Video Input Settings>,
<Material>: as shown in Fig 3-7, contains 12 categories of multimedia material:
control
repertoire>
<Environment
<New Display>, <Display Settings>, <Delete Display> and <language>.
<Material File>, <Text display>, <Time Display>, <Audio Spectrum>, <External video>,
<Custom Table>, <External program >, <Database Display>, <Web Display>,
<Temperature/Humidity Windows>, <Instant messaging>, and <Screen Capture>.
All kinds of media files have their own editing properties. Later, will be a detailed
description.
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<Device
Status>,
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 Device Status: used to monitor the status of the system.(see Twenty two: View Device
Status)
 Software Settings: used to set the basic parameters of software. (see details in
<Chapter Nineteen, software settings>)
 Hardware Settings: used to set advanced parameters of the screen. (see "Chapter
Twenty, hardware setting ")
 Audio input options: use to select an audio source in this option, when playing music
materials files such as Audio spectrum.
 Video Input settings: use to select a video source in this option, when there are
multiple external video sources.
 New display: used to create a new play window for display screen.
 Display settings: used to set play window. (see "3.4.1 the first step: setting play
window size").
 Delete display: used to delete the specified screen play window in the software.
 Language: used to switch the language in the software (supporting English, Simplified
Chinese, and Traditional Chinese).
Fig.3-7
 <Tool>: as shown in
 Brightness / Contrast / Color Temperature: used to adjust the screen brightness,
Fig.3-9, including the
contrast, color temperature (see "21.1 Setting Brightness / contrast / color
<Screen Test>,
temperature").
<View Tools>, <Screen Correction >, <Remote Monitoring >.
 Screen Location Settings: used to set the LED screen location (see Chapter 21.1 to set
the position of LED screen).
 Freeze Screen: used to lock the currently playing content of LED screen.
 Close screen: used to display the blank screen.
 Time Repertoire: used to set the time repertoires. (see "Chapter Seventeen “Time
play”)
 Brightness control repertoire: used to automatically adjust LED screen brightness
according to the environment. (see "Chapter eighteen, environmental monitoring.")
 Environmental Monitoring: used to monitor the external environment of LED screen.
Fig. 3-9

Screen Test: used to test the display screen effect. Click and pop up a text box to
shut up current play window. Then right click the mouse button in the player window,
(see " Twenty three: View environment monitoring ").
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do the appropriate testing according to the need, as shown in Fig.3-10. Currently
support: Grayscale test, grid test, splendid testing, color bar test and aging test.


Back<
>:Backward

Play <
>:Play program

Pause <
>:Pause play

Stop<

Forward <
View tools: including the
color and location view.
View color: used to view
>:Stop play
>:Forward
the gray value in one pixel.
View location:
3.3.3 Edit area
used to
view the coordinate value
It is the core of this software; see the next section-program production process, for details.
of a pixel.

Fig.3-10
Full Screen correction:
use to correct the screen brightness with LED Colorbrate system. This version can’t
3.4 Program production process
support now.

Remote Monitoring:
use to control LED screen through a remote network.
3.4.1 Step 1: Set the size of Play Window
<Help>: as shown in Fig.3-11, contains two options of <about> and< help>.
Fig.3-11
 Help: Display the Using Guide of the software.
 About: Display the details of the software version information.
3.3.2 Control strip
Control strip: used
to control the program
play.
button<
Click
the
Fig.3-12
>to
Fig.3-13
minimize the play window, as Fig.3-12 shows. The buttons from left to right:
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The size of Play window must be set correctly, otherwise the program may only display a
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part because the play windows is not big enough.
Set Method:
<Menu>→<Settings>→<Display settings>, as shown in Fig.3-13, you can
lock display position in the set of software
Left border and upper border (X, Y) are set to (0, 0) to ensure the Play Window in the upper
left corner of the screen. And set the width, height, according to the size of your screen, such
as your screen width and height is 512×256, and then set to (512,256).
3.4.2 Step Two: New episodes
Fig.3-15
3.4.4 Step Four: New Multimedia window
Fig.3-14
Episodes are only a framework; it contains any number
Episodes are the basic elements of the program. The toolbar as shown in Fig.3-14, click the
button <New
> and the main menu pop-up, you can click on episodes. Program can
contain any number of episodes. And the function button includes <Delete
up
>, <Move down

<Delete

<Move up

> and <Zoom in
>, <Zoom out
>, <Move
>
Fig. 3-16
Fig.3-16.
>.
>: used to delete episodes.
>and<Move down
of multimedia windows. Click the button <New
and select the <Multimedia Window>, as shown in
3.4.5 Step Five: Set property of Multimedia window
>: The episodes are played in position order.
you can click the button to change the position of episodes.
Each Multimedia Window can set the attributes of < Location>, <Size>, <Background>, <
<Zoom in
Transparency>, as shown in Fig.3-17.
>and<Zoom out
>: used to change the display proportion of LED
screen.
3.4.3 Step Three: Set the options of episode
As Fig.3-15 shows, the options of episodes includes <Name>, <Play Option>,
<Timer/Plays>, and <Background Music>.
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this multimedia window. For example: episodes includes ten multimedia windows, if
you select this option in the third multimedia window interface, then when the third
multimedia window finishes playing,
other multimedia windows are stop playing at
the same time.
Lock position: Lock location of multimedia window.
3.4.6 Step Six: Add Multimedia Material
Each multimedia window can simultaneously play different texts, pictures, tables, animation,
and video. There are 12 kinds of multimedia material for choice, as shown in Fig. 3-18.
Fig. 3-17
The details of each property as below:
Name: the name of the multimedia window, it will appear in the left directory editor
column, as on the left menu bar shown Fig. 3-17.
Left, Top: the distance from the left frame of media window to the left frame of its
play window; the distance from the upper frame of media window to that of its play
window.
Width, height: media window height and width.
Transparency: the transparency of the background of the media window
Fig. 3-18
Transparent background: on / off transparency.
Maximize: media windows full with play window.
Back image: The background image of media window.
Stretch Mode: Display format of background image of multimedia window.
Back color: background color of the media window.
Border Style:
border styles of windows media
Border Color:
border color of media window
Play options: used to set the play time or times of multimedia window.
Episodes Play, Set as the benchmark: The end time of episode if based on the time of
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Material File: the most important material, including pictures, video, Flash, Word and Excel
and other formats of media files.
Text Box: used to play text files, such as: notice, advertisement text, you can add single-line
text, multi-line text and the word special Flash effects (default rate of 12 frames / sec).
Time display: use to display time. Include the clock display, timer time.
Audio Spectrum: including audio visual images and audio spectrum image.
External Video: for other external video devices.
Custom Table: use to edit and display the tabular data.
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External program: for embedding the external program into the display window, mainly for
Chapter Four: Text Display
playing small programs user developed for themselves.
Database: use to display the database file. Include ACCESS database and ODBC databases.
Web display: used to display web pages.
There are four methods for playing text: single-line text window play, multiple-line text
Temperature/Humidity Display: use to display the current environmental temperature and
window play, Word/Excel play and spot instant messaging.
humidity.
Instant Messaging: used to quick input a short text, such as notification letter.
4.1 Play single-line text window
Screen Capture: used to record the current screen image inside the window.
3.4.7 Step Seven: Set property of multimedia material
This window is used to play single-line text such as <welcome subtitles>, <notices>, etc.
For each of the properties of multimedia material, we will point out in the later chapter. You
4.1.1 New Multimedia Window
need to create multimedia form type upon needs, find the corresponding chapter, which can
obtain more detailed property information.
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window.
3.4.8 Step Eight: Finish program production
4.1.2Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
After eight steps above, a complete program can be completed. If need more episodes, just
repeat step 2 to step 7. When finished, click the drop-down menu→ <File> → <Save
4.1.3 Add single line text
Project> or <Save Project as> to facilitate the next use.
3.4.9Step Nine: Play program
Click<
> to select the <Text Box>→<Single Line Text>, or right-click the <Multimedia
window>→<Single Line Text>, as Fig. 4-1 shows below.
Click the button <play
<Stop
> in the control to start playing shows, <Pause
>button, and
> for stop playing.
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Action (action effect), Time (action time):
the effect of the text when enter the
scene shows, as well as the duration of the process.
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Animation, Speed (animated speed): the animation effect when the texts enter into
the scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.

Clear (Clear effect), Time (clear time): the animation effect of text out of the scene,
and the time out of the scene.
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Border style, Border width:
the outline effect of text, and the width of the effect.
Texture Move, Texture Speed, and Texture Style: the texture animation effect, speed
and styles of text.


Fig. 4-1
Text Mask: This feature is to make text transparent, while the background opaque.
Background Anime (animation), Play (play counts): Text-background animation
supports AVI format video and video play times.

4.1.4 Set a single line text
Font (set font): Set text attributes, including fonts, font, size, word width, spacing,
color.
Note: The text color and texture animation are mutually exclusive. Set the text color,
The set interface window of <One-line text> shows as Fig. 4-2.
texture animation need to set the <no mixing>, when setting text color, software
automatically set texture animation to no mixing

Text (edit text): Edit the displayed text, such as <welcoming>, <notice> and so on.
4.2 Play multi-line text window
Need to enter multiple lines of text information on the screen such as advertisements, notices,
etc., can be achieved through multi-line text window.
4.2.1 New Multimedia Window
Fig. 4-2

Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
Click button<
> for a new multimedia window
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 4-2.
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4.2.2 Set Multimedia Window
Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 4-4.
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)

Edit: Click the <Edit> button will pop up editing interface, shown as Fig. 4-5, enter
the text to be displayed, such as the <welcome message>, <notification>, etc ,can also
4.2.3 Add single line text
Click<
be included in txt text. You can set text font, font, size, color in the editing interface
> to select the <Text display> → <Multi-line text>, or right-click the
<Multimedia window>→< Multi-line text>. As Fig. 4-3。
and also can use the shortcut of <cut> and <paste> and <copy>.
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Action (Action effect), Times (action time):
the effect of the text when enter the
scene shows, as well as the duration of the process.

Animation, Times (animated time): the animation effect when the texts enter into the
scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.

Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time): the animation effect of text out
of the scene, and the time out of the scene.

Border Style, Border Width:
the outline effect of text, and the width of the effect.
Fig. 4-3
4.2.4 Set multi-line text
Fig. 4-5
The set interface of Multi-line text window shows as Fig. 4-4.
4.3 Play Word/Excel
For the written Word or Excel document, you can directly play them.
Fig. 4-4
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4.3.1 New Multimedia Window
Click button<
> for a new multimedia window.
4.3.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
4.3.3 Add single line text
Click<
> to select the <Material File> → <Word/Excel File> or right-click the
<Multimedia window>→ <Word/Excel File> shown as Fig. 4-6.
Fig. 4-7

Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 4-7.

Edit: Click the <Edit> button will pop up the original Word/Excel files convenient for
editing.

File Path: shows the directory where files. Click the button<
> can replace the
Word / Excel documents.
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Fit Mode: the way of files fit with the Play Window.
Action (Action effect), Times (action time): the effect of the text when enter the
scene shows, as well as the duration of the process.

Animation, Times (animated time): the animation effect when the text enters into the
scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.

Fig. 4-6
4.3.4 Set Word/Excel files
The setting interface of Word/Excel shows as Fig. 4-7.
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Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time): the animation effect of text out
of the scene, and the time out of the scene.
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Invert Color:
invert the background color and text color, such as change fonts color
from white to black.

Lock rows, locking columns: Locking rows or column of Excel sheet.
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to play.
5.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window.
5. 2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
5.3 Open the Playing files
Fig. 5-2
Click button<
>, select the <Material File>→<Image File>,or right-click <Multimedia
Window>→<Material File>→<Image File>, as Fig. 5-1 shows.
5.4 Set the property of the played image.
The setting interface of the picture (Imager file) shown as Fig. 5-3.
Fig. 5-1
Popup the<Image Viewing Window> shown as Fig. 5-2 and then select the pictures needed
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Fig. 5-3
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Name: the program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown as
Chapter Six: Video Display
on the left menu bar of Fig. 5-3.

Edit: edit the pictures from pop-upped Window’s picture viewer.

File Path: shows the directory where files. Click the button<
> can replace the
Word / Excel documents.

Fit Mode: the way of files fit with the Play Window.

Action (Action effect), Times (action time):
the display effect of the pictures when
6.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
enter the scene, as well as the duration of the process.

Animation, Speed (animated time):
the animation effect when the text enters into
the scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.

Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time):
the animation effect of text
out of the scene, and the time out of the scene.

Invert Color:
6.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property).
invert the background color and text color, such as change fonts color
6.3 Open playing files
from white to black.
Click the button <
>, select < Material file>→<Video File>, or right-click <Multimedia
window>→< Material File>→<Video File>, shown as Fig. 6-1.
Fig. 6-1
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6.4 Set property of Video files
The setting interface of video files shown as Fig. 6-2
There are two ways for table display, one is to add custom table to display, the other is to edit
table file in Word or Excel documents.
7.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
7.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
Fig. 6-2
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Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
7.3 Insert & Edit table
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 6-2.
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File Path: shows the directory where video files. Click the button<
> can replace
the video.
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Click the button <
Start Frame, End Frame: Users can select video from the first few frames to start or
> and select <Custom Table>, or right-click <Multimedia Window> and
select <Custom Table>, then <Table Editor > interface pop up as Fig. 7-1shows.
end playing, which convenient for end user to remove the video they do not want to
play.
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Play Rate: The play speed of the video episodes.
Volume: can adjust the volume of video, ranging from 0 to 100
Frame by frame: to play the video frame by frame to avoid the frame loss
phenomenon of some low-profile computer, but no audio during play.
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Set table property
Set table property in the editing area of software as shown in the Fig. 7-2.
Fig. 7-2
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Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 7-2.
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Click the button <edit> and above <Table editing interface> pop up.
Fit mode:
the way of files fit with the Play Window
Action (Action effect), Times (action time): the display effect of the table when enter
the scene, as well as the duration of the process.
Fig. 7-1
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Toolbar
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The button <Grid Color
>:used to set the color of table line
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The button <Back Color
>:used to set the color of background
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The button < merge (Merged Table)
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The button <Paste
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Common text layout features: font, size, color, background color, style,
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To right-click the table area have the features of <Merge>, <Cancel
Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time): the animation effect of table
out of the scene, and the time out of the scene.
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>:used to merge the table
Invert Color:
invert the background color and text color, such as change color from
white to black.
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>,<Cut
Animation, Speed (animated time): the animation effect when the table enters into
the scene after the stop, and the time of table to stay in the scene.
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>, <Copy
Edit:
Lock rows, lock columns: Locking rows or column of table.
>
alignment.
Merge >, <Insert row>, <Insert column>, <Delete Row>, <Delete
Column>, etc.
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Chapter Eight: Web Display
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Merge/Cancel merge
shows.
8.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
8.2 Set Multimedia Window
Fig. 7-3
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
If want to cancel the merge, select the < cell> and right-click it, then select < Cancel Merge>
8.3 Open play files
as Fig. 7-4 shows.
Click the button <
> and select<Web display>, or right-click <Multimedia Window> and
select < Web display >, then <Web Editing interface> pop up as Fig. 8-1shows.
Fig. 7-4
Fig. 8-1
Key in what web address you want in the edit box and click OK, then multi-media window
displays the address of the website. It is noteworthy that this software can only display
simple pages.
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8.4 Set Web property
Set web property in the editing area of software as shown in the Fig. 8-2.
9.1New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
9.2 Set Multimedia Window
Fig. 8-2
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Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column,
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
shown as on the left menu bar of Fig. 8-3.
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File Path: shows the directory where current web is. Click the button<
> for
9.3 New Access Database
local save.
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> for a new multimedia window
Cut top, Cut bottom, Cut left, Cut right: Used to adjust the web’s display
location.
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Play Time: The web’s stop time in the multimedia window.
9.3.1New Access database
Click the button <
> and select<Database >,
or right-click <Multimedia Window> and
select <Database>, then <Database Editing
interface> pop up as Fig. 9-1shows.
Fig. 9-1
In the pop-up Database window, select a
well-established database file, as shown in Fig. 9-2
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9.3.2 New Access Data
Fig. 9-4
Set the data property
Fig. 9-2
The control window after increasing the database shows as Fig. 9-3,
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Name: Data table name.
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Edit: edit the data base from pop-upped Window’s picture viewer.
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File Path: shows the directory where files. Click the button<
> can replace the
Word / Excel documents.
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Fit Mode: the way of files fit with the Play Window.
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Action (Action effect), Times (action time):
the display effect of the pictures when
enter the scene, as well as the duration of the process.
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Animation, Speed (animated time): the animation effect when the text enters into
the scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.
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Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time):
the animation effect of text
out of the scene, and the time out of the scene.
Invert Color:
Fig. 9-3
The above table is a database list, you can use the button <Delete
following table is a list of the database table.
> to remove it, and the
invert the background color and text color, such as change fonts color from
white to black.
9.3.3 Set table property
On the left of the table property interface is the name of the Access data table, shown
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as Fig. 9-5, there are three tables then. Click a table you want to edit on the left of the
interface and edit its property on the right. Note that the edit only change the table displayed
in the software, but does not change the original database file.
Fig. 9-6
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=
Fig. 9-5
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Name: Data table name.
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Font: Click the Color button to select font color of the table name.
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Alignment: select the position of the table’s name flush.
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SQL: select query data table (if familiar with it, you can customize the database
query).
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Line height: the height of table rows.
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Background: Click the Color button to select the background color of the table.
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Grid lines: click the color button to select the grid line color.
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Stunts: the effect of the text when enter the scene shows
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Move up: move up the position of the selected key word and its
column.
Move down: move down the position of the selected key word and its
column.
Name: use to set the column name.
Width: use to set the column width.
, the column will be shown; click
Shown: click
again
, the column will not be shown.
Background: use to set the background color of the column.
Text: use to set the color of text in column, lines can be set
independently by parity
Fonts: use to select fonts.
Alignment: set the mode of text alignment.
9.3.5 Delete Access data
Select the table you want to delete in the data table, then click the button< delete
data table toolbar.
9.3.4 Set column property
> in
Click the button <Preview> to preview the table just added, click the button <OK> to
At the left of the column property interface, the list is shows all the keywords of
complete the steps of adding Access data table
database tables, you can click a key word and edit it. Please note that the edit only change
the table displayed in the software, but can not change the original database file.
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9.4 New ODBC drive database
To add the ODBC database requires some basic knowledge of database, please look at the
relevant database books, do not be introduced here.
Click the button <New Database
10.1New Multimedia Window
> in Database toolbar; the dialog box < Select
Database > will appear as Fig. 9-3 shows. Then in dialog box, select <ODBC driver
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
database>, click <OK> and select the data source you want to open in the dialog box <Select
Data Source>.Click button <OK> to open the data source (Fig. 9-7).
If you have not set up a data source, can first click the button <Create>, open the <Create
10.2Set Multimedia Window
Data Source wizard> to create a data source.
Table and set are the same as access database (see 9.3).
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
10.3 New date/ time
Click the button <
> and select<Time Display>→<Clock>,or right-click <Multimedia
Window> and select <Time Display>→<Clock>, shown as Fig.10-1.
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
Fig.9-7
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Text: setting the text appears in the dial, such as: Beijing. Location and font can
be set.
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10.4 Set date/ time
Hour tick: Set the marker of hours tick inside dial clockwise, can adjust marker
color, size and shape.
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You can set the date / time in the software editor, as shown in Fig. 10-2. There are two clock
modes - an analog clock and digital clock. There are the options in the < Display Style > of
<Setting interface>, and the default display in software is analog clock. Detail as below.
Analog Clock:
Setting interface and display of analog clock are as shown in Fig. 10-2.
Minute Tick: Set the marker of hours tick inside dial clockwise, can adjust
marker color, size.
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Hour hand, Minute hand, Second Hand: Set their colors
Date: Set whether to display the date inside the dial and date display location.
Week: Set whether to display week inside the dial, and the week display
position.
Digital Clock:
Setting interface and display of analog clock are as shown in Fig. 10-3.
Fig. 10-2
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Name: The name of the program.
Time difference: set the time difference compared to local time.
Lead: the time difference ahead.
Lag: time lag
For example: the local time is 7:00 pm, Tokyo time is 8:00. If you want to show
the time in Tokyo, simply fill out the time difference of 1 hour, you can choose in
advance, no need to adjust local time
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Display Style: the clock's display style.
Fig. 10-3
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Name: The name of the program.
Time difference: set the time difference compared to local time.
Lead: the time difference ahead.
Lag: time lag
For example: the local time is 7:00 pm, Tokyo time is 8:00. If you want to show
the time in Tokyo, simply fill out the time difference of 1 hour, you can choose in
advance, no need to adjust local time
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Display style: the clock's display style.
Chapter Eleven: Program
Text: setting the text appears in the dial, such as: Beijing. Location and font can
be set.
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12 hours / 24 hours: the time format is set to display 12 hour or 24 hour clock.
2 digit year / 4 digit years: set the display format is two digit years or four
11.1 New Multimedia Window
digits.
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Single / multi-line: the time, date, etc is displayed in a line or multiple-line way.
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
Years/Day/Minute/Second: Set the year, month, day, hour, minute, second,
week, Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year date.
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Date / time / week / Lunar: set display fonts, font, size, color
Unified:
As unified way to set the fonts, font, size, color in the clock interface
11.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
11.3 New External program
Click the button <
> and select<External Program Window>, or right-click <Multimedia
Window> and select <External Program Window>, then the dialog box popup as Fig.
11-1shows. Select what program you want to open.
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Fig. 11-2
11.4 Set External Program Window
Fig. 11-1
Sometimes the application program will have several windows; software will list all the
windows to the window menu. For example, in this case, select the calculator application
program carried with the Windows system, this program has two windows: Calculator
window and CalcMsgPumpWnd window, as shown in Fig. 11-2. Some of these windows
are not used to display, while others cannot display it, so you must correctly select the
window to display in the window list.
The setting interface of external program is shown as Fig.11-2.
 Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column,
shown as on the left menu bar of Fig. 11-2.

File Path: shows the directory where the program is in the local computer. Click
the button<
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

> to select other application programs.
Cut Top, Cut Bottom, Cut Left, Cut Right: Used to adjust the
application program’s display location.
Play time: The program’s stop time in the multimedia window.
Select Play form: Software has listed program windows related to this
external application program, so the users need to correctly select the desired
display window.
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12.4 Set Timer
The setting interface of timer is shown as Fig. 12-2.
12.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
12.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
12.3 New timer Display
Click the button <
> and select<Time Display> → <Timer> or right-click <Multimedia
Fig. 12-2
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Name: The name of the program.
Fixed text: the fixed text shown in the time display box, such as "Welcome Mr.
Johnson"
Window> and select<Time Display>→<Timer>, as Fig. 11-1 shows.
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Arrival date: Set arrival date.
Arrival time: Set the time of arrival.
Days / Hours / Minute / Second: Set the time amount need to show or hide.
Multi-line: Set single or multi-line display.
Countdown: the countdown or set time being.
Fig. 12-1
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It is used to insert the instant messaging temporarily and urgently, when the
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The setting interface of instant messaging is shown as Fig.13-2.
13.1 New instant messaging
Click the button <
> and select <Instant messaging>, or right-click <Multimedia
window>→<Instant messaging>, as Fig. 13-1 shows.
Note: the instant messaging is universal, not a proprietary for some multi-media, and
therefore only one can be created.
Fig. 13-2
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Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column, shown
as on the left menu bar of Fig. 13-2.
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Action (Action effect), Times (action time):
the effect of the text when enter the
scene shows, as well as the duration of the process.

Animation, Speed (animated time): the animation effect when the text enters into the
scene after the stop, and the time of text to stay in the scene.

Clear (Clearance effect), Times (the clearance time): the animation effect of text out
of the scene, and the time out of the scene.
Fig.13-1
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Border Style, Border Width:
the outline effect of text, and the width of the effect.
Texture Movie, Texture Speed, and Texture Style: the texture animation effect,
speed and styles of text.
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Text Mask: This feature is to make text transparent, while the background opaque.
Back Anime (Background animations), Play (Play Counts): Text-background
animation supports AVI format video and video play times.
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Plays (Set the font): Set text attributes, including fonts, size, word width, spacing, and
color.
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Note: The text color and texture animation are mutually exclusive. Set the text color,
texture animation need to set the <no mixing>, when setting text color, software
automatically set texture animation to no mixing
13.3 Play instant messaging
Instant messaging is generally being played during inserted into other programs. When play,
External video input display is mainly used to display the external video accessed to, such as
the camera.
14.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
right-click the <Control Strip> and select <Play Instant Messaging>, as Fig. 13-3 shows.
14.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
Fig. 13-3
14.3 New external video
When the interface <Instant Messaging Insertion> as Fig. 13-4 shows, select which screen to
play the instant messaging, key in message and click the button <Play>. Then the screen will
play this inserted instant messaging.
Click the button <
> and select<External Video>→<External Video Device>,or right-click
<Multimedia Window> and select<External Video>→<External Video Device>, as Fig. 14-1
shows.
Fig. 13-4
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The software will search the system automatically; connect external video equipment and
Chapter Fifteen: Flash Display
display the external video display in the media box.
This software can play flash files, and moreover can make Flash effect text.
15.1Make Flash effect text
15.1.1 New FLASH effect text
Click <
> and select <Material File>→<Flash Effect Text>, as Fig. 15-1 shows.
Fig. 15-1
15.1.2 Make Flash effect text
The interface of Flash Effect Text as Fig. 15-2 shows, it includes the features of video clips,
background selection, background effects, text editing, font effects, font interactive, sound
playback. You can edit the Flash effect text upon need. If edit the half, you want to save the
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interface. It can store your work process as in the format of <. ini> file. When need to
continue to make next, click the button <Add>, load the last stored <. ini> file, will continue
production.
Fig. 15-3
15.2 Play Flash
15.2.1 New Multimedia Window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
15.2.2 Set Multimedia Window
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
15.2.3New Flash file
Fig. 15-2
Click the button <
15.1.3 Save Flash effect text
> and select<Material Files>→<Flash Files>,or right-click <Multimedia
Window> and select<Material Files>→<Flash Files>, as Fig. 15-4 shows.
When finish making the Flash effect text, click the button <Release> in the right bottom
corner of interface, and then output the SWF format of flash, as Fig. 15-3 shows.
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Screen capture function is to store the operations in the screen as AVI video
16.1 New multimedia window
Click the button<
> for a new multimedia window
16.2 Set multimedia window
Fig. 15-4
Set multimedia window properties (see 3.4.5 Step five: multi-media window property)
15.2.4 Set Flash property
The setting interface of flash property is shown as Fig. 15-5.
16.3 New screen capture
Click the button <
> and select<Screen capture>, or right-click <Multimedia Window> and
select<Screen capture>. The dialog box will pop up as Fig. 16-2 shows.
Fig. 15-5

Name: The program's name, it will appear in the left directory editor column,
shown as on the left menu bar of Fig. 15-2.

File Path: shows the directory where the program is in the local computer. Click
> to replace flash files.
Play Time: The program’s stop time in scene.
the button<
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Fig. 16-1
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Fig. 16-2
16.4 Set Screen Capture
Select a save path, the <video compression options> pop-up. Upon need, select the
appropriate compression procedures and compression quality, and then click OK as Fig. 16-3
shows. As for general requirements for video recording, we recommend using the default
settings as Fig. 16-4 shows.
Fig. 16-4
16.5 Start Recording
The recording interface shows as Fig. 16-5, it includes in sequence the buttons <Record>,
<Pause>, <Stop> and <Capture Rate>. Click the button <
> to start recording. The
software will record automatically the contents of multimedia window and save as AVI
format to the path regulated.
Fig. 16-5
16.6 Play Video
See the details in the < Animation Display> of Chapter Six.
Fig. 16-3
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17.1 Open time repertoire
Click <Settings> in the menu and select the button <Time Repertoire> as Fig. 17-1, then
start the Dialog box <Scheduled Command Table> as Fig. 17-2.
Fig.17-1
Fig.17-2
17.2 New time repertoire
17.2.1 Step One: Open the Dialog Box < Scheduled Command Table >
Click the button <Add> in the < Scheduled Command Table >, the Dialog box < Scheduled
Command > pop up as Fig. 17-3 shows.
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17.2.2 Step Two: Set < Scheduled Command >
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Order content: Select the implementation of orders, the default is to display the
option of large-screen contents.
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Fig. 17-4
17.3 Edit time order
Screen number: Choose the number of the screen.
Program file: when Directive content is only the Play Grogram, the option will
Select what orders need to edit in the time repertoire, and click the button <Edit> to open the
be valid. Click the button <Select> to select the file.
dialog box <Time order> to edit orders.
Execution time: the time set to open orders.
Effective Date: set the date the order takes effective.
Effective weeks: setting the effective date within the week the orders take
17.4 Delete time order
effective.
Select what orders need to delete in the time repertoire, and click the button <Delete>; if
17.2.3 Step Three: Exit<Time Repertoire>
need delete all orders, click the button < Delete All>.
Click the button <Confirm> to finish adding the orders, as Fig. 17-4 shows.
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17.5 Start time order
Chapter Eighteen: Environment monitoring
Click <Start time order table> in the <Time Repertoire>, make it stay in the selected
condition. Otherwise it cancels the time repertoire, as Fig. 17-5 shows.
Environmental monitoring is that the system monitors environment information around
screen, such as ambient light, temperature, humidity, etc; and according to these
environmental parameters, the system will automatically adjust screen brightness and make
Fig. 17-5
the screen always running in top condition. This function must comply with the
environmental monitor device.
17.6 Exit
18.1 Open Brightness Control Repertoire
Click the button <Exit> to finish time display.
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select <Brightness Control Repertoire> as Fig. 18-1
shows, the interface < Brightness control repertoire > pop up as Fig. 18-2shows.
Fig. 18-1
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18.4 Delete brightness control repertoire
Select what brightness orders needing to edit in the automatic brightness control repertoire,
click the button <Delete>; or the button<Delete All> to remove all orders needed.
18.5 Restore fault brightness control repertoire
Software has its own default brightness control orders; click the button < Default > can
display the default value of this brightness.
Click the button <Exit> to finish settings.
Fig. 18-2
18.2 New brightness control repertoire
Map Relation of the illumination value and brightness of the LED screen in the
Brightness Control Repertoire.
18.3 Edit brightness control repertoire
Select what brightness orders needing to edit in the automatic brightness control repertoire,
enter the new illumination value or brightness value, click the button <Update>, a new set of
values will replace the original content.
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19.1 Set basic properties of software
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select <Software Settings> as Fig. 19-1
shows; the interface < Software Settings> pops up as Fig. 19-2 shows.
Fig.19-2
There are following functions to set in the software setting interface: Start automatically
when Windows is running, Software runs automatically play, Auto Play and then minimize
to the system tray icon, Show Mouse Cursor, Play Window Always on Top, Border width,
sequential play upon display screen, timing off.
Fig.19-1
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reset the system.
Chapter Twenty: Hardware setting
Advance: Use in specific application.
Exit: exit the interface.
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select <Hardware setting> as Fig. 20-1 shows, the
interface < Hardware settings> pop up as Fig. 20-2 shows.
Fig. 20-1
Fig. 20-2
From: load down a LED screen connect file.
Send to Screen: click it to send the LED screen connect file, and immediate take effect, and
the file will lose when power off.
Save to screen: Write the LED screen connect file into the hardware, and take effect when
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Chapter twenty-one: Screen control
21.1 Set Brightness/Contrast/Color Temperature
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select < Brightness/Contrast/Color Temperature> as Fig.
21-1 shows, the interface < Brightness/Contrast/Color Temperature > pop up as Fig. 21-2
shows.

CCT(Correlated Color Temperature) :Can be manually set the linear
adjustability of three-color(RGB) contrast
Automatic adjustment of brightness available: If you click this option, open
the automatic adjustment of brightness, the system automatically adjusts screen
brightness according to the feedback value of environmental monitoring and the
parameters of automatic brightness control table; otherwise, turn off the
automatic brightness adjustment.
21.2 Set Screen Location
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select < Screen Location Settings> as Fig. 21-3 shows;
the interface < Set Screen Area > pops up as Fig. 21-4 shows.
Fig. 21-1
Fig. 21-3
Fig. 21-2
The interface < brightness/contrast/color temperature includes below:
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Brightness: Set the screen’s brightness
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Contrast Ratio: Set the screen’s contrast
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Start X:Horizontal starting point
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screen, the screen will be open.
Border width: Set the Border width of the display area.
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select < Freeze Screen > as Fig. 21-6 shows.
Border Color: Set the color of the display area.
Virtual Display: click it and output control signal of virtual display.
Start up Mouse Drag: click it and you can drag the display area with mouse.
Inner frame of display area: click it and there will be a 1 pixel border in the display area.
Lock Screen Position: click it and display area will follow the screen area. It can be set in
display setting interface, shown as Fig.21-5
Fig. 21-6
Screen will freeze the current display image. Re-click will defreeze the image. And the
Save to display
screen will restore to normal.
Fig. 21-5
21.3 Close/Freeze Screen
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select < Close Screen > as Fig. 21-5 shows.
Fig. 21-5
System will stop outputting the display images, and the screen is close. Re-click will re-start
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Chapter Twenty two: View Device Status
22.1 Open Device Status
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select <Device Status> as Fig. 22-1 shows, the interface
< Device Status > pop up as Fig. 22-2 shows.
Fig. 22-2
Fig. 22-1
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The area on the left of the top shows the status of the transmitting card, the
area on the right shows the statue of the receiving cards. The area on the
bottom shows some information.
Start Detection: start to detect the statue of receiving cards. When it be
pressed, the button turn to Stop Detection, when you press it, the detecting will
stop.
Clean Content: Reset the counter of the receiving card. The total packages
and wrong packages will be count start of zero.
View Report: Chick it to read the statue report of txt format, shown as Fig.
22-3. Content the statue of the transmitting card and receiving card.
Exit: Exit the interface.
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Chapter Twenty three: View environment
monitoring
23.1 Open environment monitoring
Click the <Setting> in the menu and select <Environment Monitoring> as Fig. 23-1 shows,
the interface < Environment Monitoring > pop up as Fig. 23-2 shows.
Fig. 22-3
Fig. 23-1
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measuring range the same with the probes). Double click to change them, shown as
Fig.23-3.
Fig. 23-2
23.2 Set Environment monitoring factors
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Fig.23-3
Illumination (Illumination value): the system shows the value of the current
environment.
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Screen brightness: The system displays the current screen brightness.
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Sensitivity: sensitivity from 0-100. Higher sensitivity, temperature displays shorter test
time.
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Environment Temperature: The system displays the current environment temperature;
optional temperature value is Celsius or Fahrenheit.
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Environment Humidity: The system displays the current humidity.
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Speed (Sampling rate): the faster sampling, the shorter the time of environmental
monitoring devices detect.
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Monitor Setting: Change the measuring range of temperature and humidity (set
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Chapter Twenty four: FAQ
1、 How to set the display effect of picture in picture?
Fig.24-2
2、 How to adjust the word or excel file size, making it suitable
for play window.
Fig.24-1
1) Create a program episode
2) Create a multimedia window (window1) in this episode. Adjust the size of
the window, and load a material file.
3) Create another multimedia window (window2) in this episode. Adjust the
size of the window, and load a material file.
4) The window 2 will superimposed on the window 1, this is the display
effect of picture in picture, shown as Fig.24-1.
5) If you want to the window1 superimposed on the window 2, select the
window1 and click the “move on” button, as shown in Fig.24-2.
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Fig.24-3
Select the file name in the left part of the interface, and set the file size in
“Fit mode” items in the right of the interface. There are four modes, you
can select the appropriate mode which you need, as shown in Fig.24-3.
3、 How to set the background transparent?
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Fig.24-6
6、 How to solve the problem of multi window play is not synchronized.
Avoid playing large video files and reduce the number of the play
window.
Fig.24-4
Select the multimedia window in the left part of the interface, and click the
“transparent” items in the right of the interface, as shown in Fig.24-3.
4、 How to lock the row / column of custom table.
Select the custom table in the left part of the interface, you can input the
number of locked row / column in the right of the interface, as shown in
Fig.24-5.
Fig.24-5
5、How to set the video play speed?
Select the video in the left part of the interface, you can adjust the speed
in the right of the interface, as shown in Fig.24-6.
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7、 What needs attention when play Word/Excel document.
The excel file can’t be too large.
8、 What needs attention when play the multiple lines text
Please don’t directly copy the text from word document to multiple lines
text. Because word document may contain special characters not recognized by
software. You can copy the text from word document to TXT file, then copy
the text form the TXT file to multiple lines text.
9、How to lock screen position?
See chapter 21.2 set screen position
10、 Set screen area and play window area.
Set screen area: It shows the area that LED screen display. Click Setting→
Screen Location Setting. Screen area border consist Inner frame border and
External frame border. External frame border only displays on the monitor and
can be set as one to ten pixels width. Inner frame border displays both on the
monitor and LED screen display, has a fixed width of 1 pixel. The color of
them is the same.
Setting screen area: you can set border width and border color and inner border
frame of display area on the Setup Screen Area interface as shown in Fig. 24-7.
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External frame
Inner frame of
of display area
display area
Fig.24-7
Set inner frame of display area: click Inner frame of display area in Setup
Screen Area interface. It shows in the display area.
Set play window area: click Setting→Software Setting→Border Width,
shown as Fig. 24-8.
Window
area border
图 24-9
11 How to View the Playlists
In the "User" folder under the software installation directory, there is a ".
CSV" file. This file records the playlists of each episode, you can double click
the file to view the playlists.
图 24-8
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