Epson P-3000 User's guide

Epson P-3000 User's guide
P-3000
User’s Guide
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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 2 Using Memory Cards
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Using the Documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Inserting and Removing Memory Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the CF Card Slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the SD Card Slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files From a Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying All Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Selected Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files to a Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a New Folder and Copying Files . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Lights and Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Removing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Turning On the Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Setting the Language, Date, and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Locking the Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Using the Home Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Turning Off the Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Saving Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Chapter 3 Viewing Photos and Videos
Using the Viewer Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Pop-up Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Image Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zooming an Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying a Wider Color Gamut. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Images as a Slide Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rotating an Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Viewing Videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Video Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing Videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Display Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Files on a TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4 Playing Music
Copying Music From Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supported Audio Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing Audio Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Repeat and Shuffle Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating a Playlist on the Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding Tracks to an Existing Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing Tracks From a Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Order of a Playlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Equalizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting Audio Files From the Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5 Managing Files
Copying Files To and From Your Computer. . . . . . . . . . .
Backing Up Files to Your Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files From Your Computer to the Viewer . .
Disconnecting the Viewer From Your Computer . . . .
Setting Backup and Conversion Preferences . . . . . . . .
Using the Viewer With USB Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a USB Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files to the Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying Files to the USB Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Folders as Private . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Renaming a Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting Files and Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking Files and Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Folder Icon or Home Screen Wallpaper . . . . . . .
Rating Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Screen Saver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 6 Printing
Connecting the Viewer to a Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Printing Your Photos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Printing Your Videos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
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Chapter 7 Customizing Settings
Hard Drive Capacity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Save . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
File Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Movie Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slide Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firmware Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 8 Maintenance and
Troubleshooting
Cleaning the Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Problems and Solutions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
File Viewing Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
File Operation Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printing Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updating the Firmware and Printer Driver . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Uninstalling Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Macintosh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Where To Get Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internet Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speak to a Support Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix A Notices and Specifications
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Macintosh System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standards and Approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
With the Epson® P-3000 multimedia viewer, you can enjoy
photos, videos, and music wherever you go. Your images are
displayed on Epson’s exclusive 4-inch Photo Fine™ Ultra
LCD in brilliant color and detail.
Features
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Large 4-inch LCD with true Adobe® RGB color gamut
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Support for JPEG and RAW files (including zoom)
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Support for MP3 and AAC audio, with music playlists
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Support for MPEG4, Motion JPEG, and DivX® (with
DRM) video
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40GB hard drive
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Two slots for CompactFlash® and SD™ memory cards
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Hi-speed USB 2.0 interface for PC or Macintosh®
❍
Software for convenient file conversion and transfer
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Direct printing to PictBridge® printers
❍
Lithium-ion battery and AC adapter
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Video output to display pictures on a TV or projector
Using the Documentation
This guide provides information and instructions for all the
viewer features, including troubleshooting tips.
Make sure you read and follow all the “Safety Instructions”
on page 71. Please follow these guidelines:
Warning:
Must be followed carefully to avoid bodily injury.
Caution:
Must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment.
Note:
Contains important information and useful tips on the operation
of your product.
If you need assistance using your viewer, see “Where To Get
Help” on page 69.
Your package also includes a P-3000/P-5000 Basics Guide.
Keep it with the viewer for handy reference.
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
Parts
SD card slot
CompactFlash card slot
Memory card
access light
CF card slot
Host USB connector
(for camera, flash drive, etc.)
eject button
Device USB
connector
A/V Out connector
(for computer)
Headphone
connector
Rubber
cover
Power switch
with Hold function
.
BATT
AC adapter
connector
Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD)
Battery cover
Strap hook
Reset button
Speaker
Getting Started 8
Lights and Buttons
4-way ring
Press to select a photo
or navigate the menus
Charge light
Green for battery
charging; orange
for problems
Zoom buttons
Press to zoom in or out,
or adjust the volume for
music or video
OK button
Activity light
Press to select an option,
open a folder or photo, or
play music or video
OK
Flashes blue during
power on, printing,
file transfer, and
computer connection
Back
Charge
Menu
Display
Back button
Press to cancel your selection
or return to the previous display
or menu item
Menu button
Display button
Press to display a
pop-up menu.
Press to change the display
or view photo information
button
Press to select a file or rate
a photo from 1 to 5 stars
Getting Started 9
Installing the Battery
The viewer comes with a lithium-ion battery.
4 Close the battery cover and slide it to the left until it
clicks.
1 Turn the viewer upside down.
2 Slide the battery cover to the right to open it.
BAT
BAT
T.
T.
3 Insert the battery into the compartment in the direction
of the arrow on the battery.
Charging the Battery
After installing the battery, you need to charge it using the
AC adapter. It takes about 3.5 hours to fully charge the
battery when the viewer is off, and longer when the viewer
is on.
The Charge light is green while the battery is being
charged. When the battery is fully charged, the light
turns off.
Getting Started 10
To charge the battery, connect the AC adapter as shown
below. Connect the other end to the power cord, and plug it
into an electrical outlet.
Note:
The battery may become hot when the viewer is operated
during charging. Charging will stop until the battery cools down.
Removing the Battery
If you plan to store the viewer for an extended period of
time, you should remove the battery.
1 Make sure the viewer is turned off.
Caution:
Remove the AC adapter if it is connected to the viewer.
Caution:
Do not connect the AC adapter when the battery is not installed;
this can damage the viewer. Turn off the viewer before
disconnecting the AC adapter.
The battery status is displayed in the top right corner of the
LCD screen when the viewer is on.
Never remove the battery while the viewer is turned on.
Doing so may cause files to be lost or damaged.
2 Open the battery cover.
3 Push the latch down. The battery pops out.
Battery is fully charged.
Battery power is about half full.
Battery power is low.
Battery power is running out. Charge the battery
using the AC adapter.
Battery is charging.
Getting Started 11
4 Pull out the battery. Then close the battery cover.
Setting the Language, Date, and Time
The first time you turn on the viewer, you see the Language
setting screen:
Turning On the Power
Slide the power switch down as shown below, then release it.
The activity light flashes for a moment then turns off.
Hold
Activity
light
Note:
If you see the Home screen instead (as shown in “Using the
Home Screen” on page 14), the language has already been
selected. To change it or check the date and time, select
Settings on the Home screen. Then follow the instructions in
“Date and Time” or “Language” on page 62.
1 Press OK to select English. You see a message about
setting the date.
Getting Started 12
2 Press OK. You see the Date and Time screen:
Locking the Buttons
You can lock the buttons on the viewer. This allows you to
place the viewer in a purse or backpack and use it with
headphones without accidentally pressing the buttons.
To lock the buttons, slide the power switch to Hold.
Hold
3 Press up or down on the 4-way ring to change the value
for the selected item (such as the year).
4 To go to the next option (Month or Day, for example)
press right or left.
5 After setting the date, set the date format.
6 When you finish, highlight Complete and press OK.
You see the Home screen. See “Using the Home Screen”
on page 14 for details.
To unlock the buttons, slide the power switch back to the
middle position.
Note:
If you remove the battery, the date and time settings will be
erased after about one day. The next time you turn on the
viewer, the date and time setting screen will be displayed.
Getting Started 13
Using the Home Screen
Icon
Whenever you turn on the viewer, the Home screen
appears. All operations can be started from this screen.
Hold icon
SD icon
CF icon
Battery icon
Home
My Music
View Rated Files
My Videos
Hold
icon
Indicates that the buttons are locked. See
“Locking the Buttons” (page 13).
My
Music
Listen to music copied from your computer.
See “Playing Audio Files” (page 36).
View
Rated Files
View files that you have rated with one or
more stars. See “Rating Photos” (page 54).
My
Videos
View folders and play videos that you have
copied into the Videos folder. See “Viewing
Videos” (page 30).
My
Photos
View folders and files that you have copied
into the Photos folder. See “Viewing Images”
(page 26).
Backup
Files
View folders and files backed up from memory
cards or USB devices.
Memory
Card
View files on memory cards or copy the files
to the viewer. See “Copying Files From a
Memory Card” (page 19).
USB
Device
Copy files to or from a USB device. See
“Using the Viewer With USB Devices” (page
46).
Settings
Check and adjust viewer settings. See
“Customizing Settings” (page 60).
My Photos
Backup Files
20122006.001
Memory Card
19122006.002
USB Device
19122006.001
Settings
18122006.001
17122006.001
The following table summarizes the Home screen.
Icon
Function
Battery
icon
Indicates the remaining charge in the battery.
See “Charging the Battery” (page 10).
CF icon
Indicates that a CompactFlash memory card is
inserted.
SD icon
Indicates that an SD memory card is inserted.
Function
Getting Started 14
Turning Off the Power
Saving Power
Before you turn off the viewer, make sure the memory card
access light is off. Then slide the power switch as shown
below, and hold it down for a few seconds until the activity
light flashes and the viewer turns off.
When you are not using the viewer, it goes into one of the
power-saving modes listed below. You can adjust the timing
for all of the power-saving modes; see “Power Save” on
page 60 for more information.
Memory card
access light
Hold
Activity light
❍
The LCD screen turns dark after one minute of
inactivity. Press any button to turn it on.
❍
The LCD screen turns off after five minutes of
inactivity. Press any button to turn it on.
❍
The viewer turns off automatically after 10 minutes of
inactivity. Slide down the power switch to turn it back
on.
When the AC adapter is connected, the viewer plays a
screen saver instead of turning off.
To customize the screen saver, see “Selecting a Screen
Saver” on page 55.
Getting Started 15
Chapter 2
Using Memory Cards
The viewer has two memory card slots: one for
CompactFlash cards and one for SD (Secure Digital) cards.
With a CompactFlash adapter, you can use the memory
cards listed below (up to 8GB) in the C/F Card slot:
This chapter explains how to insert and remove memory
cards and how to display and copy files.
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miniSD™ Card
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Memory Stick PRO Duo™
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Memory Stick™
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xD-Picture Card™
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Memory Stick Duo™
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SmartMedia Card
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Memory Stick PRO™ ❍ RS-MMC Card
Inserting and Removing Memory
Cards
The viewer supports the following types of memory cards:
Memory card type
Maximum Capacity
CompactFlash Card
(Type I and Type II)
8GB
Microdrive™
4GB
SD (Secure Digital) and SD High
Capacity Card
2GB
MultiMedia Card and Multimedia Card
Plus
1GB
Caution:
Make sure you follow all instructions included with your
memory card.
Never remove a memory card, or shake or drop the viewer
while the memory card access light is flashing. Doing so may
cause files to be lost or damaged.
Do not put labels or stickers on memory cards. The sticker may
peel off, preventing the card from being ejected and damaging
the viewer.
Avoid using or storing cards in direct sunlight, or in places that
are extremely hot, humid, or dusty.
Using Memory Cards 16
Using the CF Card Slot
You can use Type I and Type II CompactFlash cards or
Microdrive cards in the CF Card slot. If you have a
CompactFlash adapter, you can also use other types of cards,
as described in “Inserting and Removing Memory Cards”
on page 16.
To remove a card from the CF Card slot, first make sure the
memory card access light is off. Then press the eject button
and pull out the card.
If the button is not sticking out, press it once to pop it out,
then press it again to eject the card.
Insert the memory card into the slot with the label facing
forward. Then push the memory card all the way into the
slot.
If you are using a CompactFlash adapter, put the card into
the adapter and insert the adapter into the slot.
Note:
If you are using a CompactFlash adapter, remove the adapter
from the viewer; do not remove only the memory card.
Caution:
Make sure you insert memory cards in the correct orientation.
Otherwise, the card and viewer may be damaged.
Using Memory Cards 17
Using the SD Card Slot
You can use Secure Digital or MultiMedia cards in the SD
Card slot.
To remove a card from the SD Card slot, first make sure the
memory card access light is off. Then press in on the top of
the card.
Insert the memory card into the slot as shown below. Then
push the memory card all the way into the slot.
When the card pops up, pull it out of the slot.
Caution:
Make sure you insert memory cards in the correct orientation.
Otherwise, the card and viewer may be damaged.
Using Memory Cards 18
Copying Files From a Memory Card
After you insert a memory card, you can browse the files and
decide what you want to do with them, or simply copy all
the files on the card to the viewer.
2 Select CF Memory Card Backup or SD Memory
Card Backup. Then press OK.
Note:
If the battery power is low, copying may not be completed. Use
the AC adapter if this happens.
The files are copied to a folder that is automatically
created in the Backup Files folder on the viewer. The
folder is named according to the date and the date
format you selected, for example, 12252006.001.
Folders are numbered in the order they are copied.
Copying All Files
If you want to change the name, see “Creating a New
Folder and Copying Files” on page 22.
1 Insert a memory card.
If the Memory Card Menu doesn’t open automatically,
select Memory Card in the Home screen, then press
OK. You see the following menu:
Memory Card
CF Memory Card Backup
When the backup is complete, you see thumbnail
images of the copied photos.
Note:
The files on the memory card can be automatically deleted after
copying is complete. For details, see “File Operation” on
page 61.
To check the copied files, select Backup Files in the Home
screen, then press OK. Press OK again to select the folder
you just copied and display the files.
Browse CF Memory Card
SD Memory Card Backup
Browse SD Memory Card
Using Memory Cards 19
Copying Selected Files
1 Insert a memory card. If the Memory Card Menu
doesn’t open automatically, select Memory Card in the
Home screen, then press OK.
2 In the Memory Card menu, select Browse CF Memory
Card or Browse SD Memory Card.
Small white check boxes appear on each thumbnail
image.
Check
box
3 Press OK. The files on the memory card appear in
thumbnail view.
Vista.JPG
6 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each photo you want to
copy, then press the button to select it. The selected
items are displayed with red check marks.
7 When you are finished selecting photos, press OK.
Vista.JPG
4 Press the Menu button to display the pop-up menu.
5 Select Backup, then press OK.
The files are copied to a folder that is automatically
created in the Backup Files folder on the viewer. The
folder is named according to the date and the date
format you selected, for example, 12252006.001.
Folders are numbered in the order they are copied.
If you want to change the name, see “Creating a New
Folder and Copying Files” on page 22.
Using Memory Cards 20
Copying Files to a Folder
You can copy selected files directly from a memory card to a
new or existing folder in My Videos or My Photos.
1 Insert a memory card.
If the Memory Card Menu doesn’t open automatically,
select Memory Card in the Home screen, then
press OK.
2 In the Memory Card menu, select Browse CF Memory
Card or Browse SD Memory Card.
3 Press OK. The files on the memory card appear in
thumbnail view.
4 Press the Menu button to display the pop-up menu.
5 Select Copy/Move, press OK, then press OK again to
select Copy to Folder.
Check boxes appear on each thumbnail image.
6 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each photo you want to
copy, then press the button to select it. The selected
items are displayed with red check marks.
Note:
To select all files and folders, press Menu and choose
Select All. To select more than one file or folder, you must
view them on the thumbnail, mini-thumbnail, or detailed list
screen. For more information, see “Changing the Display”
on page 24.
7 Press OK.
8 Use the 4-way ring to select the folder where you want
to copy the items. Then do one of the following:
❍
To copy the items into the selected folder, press OK.
Your items are copied.
❍
To copy the items into a new folder, highlight
Create New Folder and press OK. Then see the
next section to enter a name for the new folder and
copy the items.
Note:
It’s easier to manage your files if you to copy them into a
folder you’ve named, instead of placing them in the root of
a main folder (such as My Photos or My Videos).
Using Memory Cards 21
Creating a New Folder and Copying Files
You can create a folder and copy files to it from a memory
card, USB device, or from Backup Files.
1 To copy items to a new folder, follow the steps in the
previous section.
When you select Create New Folder and press OK, the
on-screen keyboard appears with the current date
entered as the default name for the folder.
3 To enter a new name, use the Back (backspace) button
to clear the current name. Then enter a new name using
the 4-way ring (highlight each character and press OK to
enter it).
❍
To move the cursor forward or backward, press
or .
❍
To delete the last letter input, press Back.
❍
To enter a space, press Menu.
❍
To switch between upper- and lowercase, press
Display.
❍
To cancel the name, highlight Cancel and press
OK.
07232007.001
4 After entering the name, highlight Done and press OK.
Your files are copied to the new folder.
You can either keep the name or enter a new one.
2 To keep the current name, highlight Done and press
OK. Your files are copied to the new folder.
Using Memory Cards 22
Chapter 3
Viewing Photos and Videos
After you have copied files from a memory card, you can
view or play them in various ways. This chapter explains
how to view photos and video files on your viewer and on a
TV or projector.
Folder is set as
screen saver
My Photos
Private
folder
Using the Viewer Screen
PV
01002000
2006.1217
2006.1205
2006.1201
The following illustrations identify the icons that appear on
the screen:
Rated file
❍
By default, unsupported files are not displayed. If you
want to change this setting, see “File Operation” on
page 61.
❍
Thumbnails of video files that have not been played
back, or have not been played back completely, are
displayed with
( ) or
( ) respectively (not
shown in mini-thumbnail view).
Locked file
Unsupported
file format
Music
file
Viewing Photos and Videos 23
❍
Thumbnails of folders that have been backed up on
your computer in Backup Files are displayed with the
icon.
❍
Files in unsupported formats or with names that contain
unsupported characters may be displayed as “?”, and
may not be accessible.
Details
(file name, date modified,
and file size)
My Photos
Changing the Display
You can change the file view by pressing the Display button
while in a folder.
Thumbnails
(12 per screen)
Press the Menu button at any time to display a menu of the
options currently available. These options vary, depending
on what you are doing with the viewer.
My Photos/2006.1205
The following table summarizes the menu functions:
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0013.TXT
Mini-thumbnails
(64 per screen)
Using the Pop-up Menu
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
EPV0480.MP3
Audio Track
Setting
Selects the audio track for DivX videos that
have multiple tracks.
Copy/Move
Copies or moves files or folders. See
page 21.
Delete
Deletes files or folders. See page 51.
Display mode
Selects modes for various types of videos.
See page 32.
Display photo
enhance
Displays photo images using a wider color
gamut. See page 28.
Viewing Photos and Videos 24
Supported Image Formats
Edit
Locks files or folders (page 53), renames
folders, (page 51), or rotates photos (page 29).
Rating
Rates files from one to 5 stars. See
page 54.
Image
files
Extension
Details
Photo Print
Prints photo images. See page 57.
JPEG
Play Settings
Sets the display size for videos, or returns
to the beginning of the video. See page 31.
.jpg
.jpeg
Minimum size: 72 × 72 pixels
Maximum size: 30 megapixels
Maximum image aspect ratio: 3:1
Settings
Adjusts LCD brightness, turns the key
beep on or off, and sets display options for
private folders and unsupported files. See
pages 61 to 62.
RAW
.arw
.cr2
.crw
.dng
.erf
Set as Screen
Saver
Creates a screen saver from the images in
a folder. See page 55.
Slide Show
Starts displaying the images in a folder as a
slide show. See page 28.
Sort
Organizes the files in a folder by date,
name, or file extension.
Subtitle
Setting
Selects subtitles for DivX videos that
include them.
Video Print
Prints video images. See page 59.
Wallpaper and
Icon Settings
Selects an image to be used as
background for a folder or the Home
screen. See page 54.
.mrw
.nef
.orf
.pef
.raf
JPEG data stored in the header of
RAW files is displayed.
Note:
TIFF files and progressive JPEG files are not supported.
For DNG files, the viewer supports only the JPEG preview
embedded in files saved with Adobe DNG Converter or Adobe
Photoshop.®
Viewing Photos and Videos 25
Viewing Images
You see a screen like this:
After you have copied files from a memory card you can
view them in various ways. You can display the images at
full screen, zoom in, or show several types of photographic
information.
1 Use the 4-way ring to select My Photos or Backup
Files.
Home
To move to the next screen, press and hold the bottom
of the 4-way ring.
My Music
View Rated Files
My Videos
My Photos
2006.1205
Backup Files
sample
Memory Card
USB Device
4 Use the 4-way ring to select the image you want to view,
then press OK. The selected image is enlarged to fill the
screen.
Settings
2 Press OK.
3 Select the folder containing the images you want to
view, then press OK.
Viewing Photos and Videos 26
Zooming an Image
Displaying Information
You can zoom RAW images up to 100% and JPEG images
up to 400%.
You can view metadata and Exif information, a histogram,
and a visual alert indicating poorly exposed highlight and
shadow areas of your photos.
❍
To zoom in on an image, press the
pressing it to zoom in up to 400%.
button. Keep
❍
To zoom out, press the
to zoom all the way out.
❍
To pan around a zoomed image, use the 4-way ring.
❍
To return to the normal full-screen view, press Back.
❍
To select an area to zoom in, press OK when a full-screen
image is displayed. Use the 4-way ring to move the red
box to the area you want to zoom, then press OK again.
button. Continue pressing it
When you are viewing a zoomed-in image, you can display
the next or previous photo without changing the zoom.
Press Menu to display the pop-up menu, then select Next
Photo or Previous Photo and press OK.
1 To view the file name and date for a full-screen image,
press the Display button.
2 To view metadata, Exif information, and a histogram,
press Display again:
28/12/2006
12:30:08
Viewing Photos and Videos 27
3 To view the over- and under-exposure preview, press
Display a third time:
Note:
Display Photo Enhance affects only the image shown on the
viewer, and does not change the file itself. The Menu, Display,
, , and
buttons are not available in this mode.
1 When you are viewing a full-screen image, press Menu
and select Display Photo Enhance. You can use the
4-way ring to view the next or previous photo in Display
Photo Enhance.
2 To return to the normal display, press Back.
Displaying Images as a Slide Show
In the preview, poorly exposed highlight and shadow
areas show graduated tone reversal. The brightest 6% of
the image shows 4 levels of black, and the darkest 6%
shows 4 levels of white.
4 To return to normal display, press the Display button
again.
Displaying a Wider Color Gamut
Images are displayed in the color space they were captured
in: either sRGB or AdobeRGB. You can also display images
in a wider color gamut and correct color casts, backlighting,
underexposure, and low-contrast images with Display Photo
Enhance.
You can display images in My Photos as a slide show and
select transition effects, timing, and background music.
1 Select a folder you want to display as a slide show.
2 Press the Menu button to display the pop-up menu:
My Photos/2006.1205
Copy/Move
Edit
Rate
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
Sort
Photo Print
Wallpaper and Icon Settings
Slide Show
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
Settings
Return to HOME
Delete
EPV0013.TXT
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0480.MP3
Viewing Photos and Videos 28
3 Select Slide Show and press OK. The slide show starts.
Rotating an Image
4 To adjust the timing, effects, and music, press Menu
while the slide show is playing.
Images that contain rotation information are automatically
rotated on the viewer. You can also rotate an image
manually in My Photos.
5 Select one of the following, then press OK and adjust the
settings as noted.
❍
LCD Brightness: Choose from 10 brightness levels.
❍
Slide Show Duration: Choose the time between
slide transitions, from 1 to 30 seconds.
❍
Slide Show Music: Choose from three preset
music selections or a playlist that you have created.
You can use the
and
buttons to adjust the
volume while the slide show is playing.
❍
❍
Slide Show Effects: Choose from 4 transition
effects, or choose None to move through your
images without transitions.
Return to Home: End the slide show and return to
the Home screen.
You can also adjust slide show options by selecting Settings
on the Home screen. See “Slide Show” on page 61 for
details.
1 Select the image in thumbnail view, then press the
Menu button to display the pop-up menu.
2 Select Edit, then press OK.
3 Select Rotate Right rotate the image 90° clockwise, or
Rotate Left to rotate it 90° counterclockwise.Then
press OK. You see your photos displayed with white
check boxes.
4 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each photo you want to
highlight, and press to select it. The selected items are
displayed with red check marks.
5 Press OK to rotate the photos.
Note:
To rotate a photo displayed full-screen, press Menu, select Edit,
then select Rotate and press OK. Then select Right or Left and
press OK. To rotate other photos in the folder, press right or left
on the 4-way ring.
You can turn off the Auto-Rotation feature. See “File Operation”
on page 61 for details.
Viewing Photos and Videos 29
Viewing Videos
The viewer supports video files in resolutions ranging from
320 × 240 pixels to 720 × 576 pixels, with file sizes up to
2GB.
File
format
Video codec
Audio
codec
.mp4
MPEG-4
(Advanced
Simple Profile)
AAC, PCM
.mov
.mp4
.m4v
H.264/AVC
(Baseline Profile
Level 1.2)
AAC, PCM
.wmv
Windows®
Media Video 9
([email protected])
Windows
Media
Audio 9/9.1
30 fps: 352 × 288
850 kbps (peak)
768 kbps (avg.)
.mpg
.mpeg
MPEG1 MPEG2
([email protected])
PCM,
MPEG
Audio
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
10 Mbps (peak)
8 Mbps (avg.)
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
10 Mbps (peak)
8 Mbps (avg.)
Supported Video Formats
File
format
Video codec
Audio
codec
Detail
.avi
MPEG-4
(Advanced
Simple Profile)
AAC,
G.711,
PCM,
ADPCM
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
8 Mbps (peak)
4 Mbps (avg.)
Motion JPEG
G.711,
PCM,
ADPCM
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
60 fps: 320 × 240
.avi
.divx
DivX (Home
Theater Profile)
MPEG
Audio,
PCM,
ADPCM
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
8 Mbps (peak)
4 Mbps (avg.)
.vob
.mod
MPEG2
([email protected])
PCM,
MPEG
Audio
.mov
MPEG-4
(Advanced
Simple Profile)
AAC, PCM
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
8 Mbps (peak)
4 Mbps (avg.)
.asf
MPEG-4
(Advanced
Simple Profile)
ADPCM
Motion JPEG
G.711,
PCM,
ADPCM
Detail
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
8 Mbps (peak)
4 Mbps (avg.)
30 fps: 320 × 240
850 kbps (peak)
768 kbps (avg.)
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
8 Mbps (peak)
4 Mbps (avg.)
30 fps: 720 × 480
25 fps: 720 × 576
60 fps: 320 × 240
Viewing Photos and Videos 30
Note:
DVD-Video, DivX menu, and WMV DRM are not supported.
❍
To play or pause the video, press OK.
❍
To adjust the audio volume, press
To display your viewer’s DivX VOD registration code, see
“Movie Setting” on page 61.
❍
To rewind or fast-forward, press left or right on the
4-way ring. Press repeatedly to increase the speed. (This
function may not work with some videos, such as .mov).
❍
To stop the video and return to the previous screen,
press Back.
Playing Videos
You can transfer video files directly from memory cards as
described in “Copying Files From a Memory Card” on
page 19. Or you can copy and convert video files from your
computer, as described in “Copying Files From Your
Computer to the Viewer” on page 44.
3 Use the 4-way ring to select the video you want to play,
then press OK.
Note:
You can set the video screen size by selecting Play at Full
Screen or Play at Original Size from Play Settings in the
pop-up menu. Setting Play at Full Screen displays the image by
adjusting the longest side to the LCD display without changing
the aspect ratio.
.
The viewer remembers where you stopped. When you
resume, playback starts 3 seconds before the stop point
(for videos longer than 1 minute). If you want to play
the video from the beginning, press Menu, select Play
Settings, then select Play from Beginning.
1 Use the 4-way ring to select Backup Files or My
Videos, then press OK.
2 Select the folder containing the video you want to play,
then press OK.
or
❍
To view information about the video, press Display.
You see a progress bar on the video. Press Display again
to view information including frame rate, bit rate, and
video and audio codecs:
:15/12/2006 12:24
Viewing Photos and Videos 31
Setting the Display Mode
Viewing Files on a TV
You can choose from five different modes to adjust the
color, brightness, and contrast for various types of videos.
You can connect the viewer to a TV or projector and view
your images, videos, and slide shows.
1 While a video is playing, press the Menu button to
display the pop-up menu.
You will need a camcorder AV cable (3.5-mm mini-plug to
3 RCA plugs), available at many electronics stores.
2 Select Display mode, then press OK.
1 Connect the three RCA plugs to the video and audio IN
jacks on your TV or projector.
3 Select one of the following:
❍
Home video: for camcorder video (the default
setting)
❍
Cinema: for increased contrast and color saturation
❍
Nature: to display video in a wider color space than
2 Connect the mini-plug on the other end to the A/V Out
jack on the side of the viewer.
sRGB
❍
Power saving: to lower the backlight and save
battery life
❍
Original: to display video with the most accurate
color and brightness
4 Press OK to return to the video.
The viewer’s LCD screen turns off.
3 Set the TV or projector to display video input from the
viewer.
You can use all of the viewer’s controls to play slide shows,
photos, and videos on your TV or projector.
Viewing Photos and Videos 32
Note:
You may need to set the Video Out setting to match your TV
(see page 62).
Some TVs may crop your images on the top and bottom, or you
may notice some flickering, for example, near the edges of the
screen. This is a normal result of your viewer’s high image
resolution.
Viewing Photos and Videos 33
Chapter 4
Playing Music
You can transfer audio files from your computer and play
them on the viewer. You can create playlists using the Epson
Link2 software on your computer, or using the viewer itself.
This chapter describes how to transfer and play music, and
how to manage your audio files on the viewer.
Copying Music From Your Computer
First, make sure you have installed the Epson Link2
software, following the instructions in your P-3000/P-5000
Basics guide.
WMA and WAV files are automatically converted to M4A
when they are transferred. You can specify conversion
settings if necessary; see “Setting Backup and Conversion
Preferences” on page 45 for instructions.
1 Connect the AC adapter to the viewer and plug it in.
2 Turn on the viewer and your computer.
3 Use the included USB cable to connect the viewer to
your computer.
If you want to copy files from a music CD, you first need to
convert the file format to MP3 or M4A using CD copying
software on your computer. You can also use this software to
change the song and artist names displayed on the playlist if
necessary.
Larger end
Smaller end
The LCD screen turns off.
Playing Music 34
4 Double-click the Epson Link2 icon on your desktop
to open the program.
6 Click the
down arrow in the center of the screen to
transfer the files to your viewer.
5 Click My Music on the screen, then locate the audio
files you want to copy from your computer.
7 Disconnect the viewer from your computer:
❍
Windows: Right-click the icon in the lower right
corner of your screen and select Safely Remove
Hardware or Unplug or Eject Hardware. Then
remove the USB cable.
❍
Macintosh: Drag and drop the viewer icon to the
trash, then remove the USB cable.
8 If you see a message on the viewer asking you to update
the music list, click OK.
Note:
Only audio files transferred from a computer can be displayed in
My Music. If you want to play a music file copied from a
memory card, select it in Backup Files, then press OK to play it.
Caution:
Epson Link2 uses ID3 tags to organize your music files. If
the ID3 tag information is missing, these items will appear
as “unknown.” The viewer will rename your files to make
them playable. Always keep backup copies of your songs,
and never transfer your only copies to the viewer.
Playing Music 35
Supported Audio Formats
Playing Audio Files
The viewer can store up to 10,000 audio files. It supports
the following audio formats without copyright protection
and with a maximum file size of 100MB:
You can connect headphones to the
jack on top of the
viewer, or listen through the viewer’s built-in speaker.
Audio file
extensions
Audio codec
Details
.m4a
AAC (MPEG4)
.mp3
MP3 (MPEG 1/2/2.5
- Layer 3)
Maximum bit rate:
320 kbps
(48 kHz, 16 bit Stereo)
.wma
Windows Media
Audio 9
1 Select My Music on the Home screen using the 4-way
ring, then press OK.
Home
Bit rate: 48 to 192
kbps
(48kHz, 16 bit Stereo)
My Music
Music List
View Rated Files
Resume
My Videos
My Photos
Backup Files
Note:
The viewer supports non-lossless-compliant M4A and WMA
files. Some files may not be played, even if the formats are
supported.
2 Select Music List, then press OK.
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3 Select a category to start playing, then press OK.
4 Select the desired track using the 4-way ring, then
press OK.
My Music
Artist
Album
Genre
All
Playlist
Update Music List
All
Agians
Alimia
Andy Wells
Auidence Effects
Beaches
BOYS
Butterflies
Cindy Jackson
David Blues
Elvis Cole
JACKIE6
James Walter
johon jones
Micheal Pole
MOON 608
00001/00568
You can narrow your search by selecting one of the
categories and navigating its subcategories using the
4-way ring. Select All to include all items in the list.
You can do the following while listening to music or audio
files.
❍
Artist - Artist name - Album name - Track name
❍
To play or pause music, press OK.
❍
Album - Album name - Track name
❍
To adjust the volume, press
❍
Genre - Genre name - Artist name - Album name Track name
❍
To skip back or forward, press left or right on the 4-way
ring. Press and hold to rewind or fast-forward.
❍
All - Track name
❍
❍
Playlist - Playlist name - Track name
(for details, see “Creating a Playlist” on page 38)
To return to the previous screen (without stopping the
audio), press Back. (If you are not in My Music, the
audio stops when you press Back.)
❍
To display information about the audio file such as
codec, bit rate, and sampling rate, press Display.
❍
Update Music List (to update audio data after
transferring from your computer.)
or
.
Playing Music 37
Setting Repeat and Shuffle Options
Creating a Playlist
In My Music, press the Menu button and select Play
Mode. Set the following items using the 4-way ring, then
press OK.
You can create playlists using the Epson Link2 software, or
on the viewer itself. Follow the steps below to create a
playlist using Epson Link2, or see “Creating a Playlist on the
Viewer” on page 39.
First select either Shuffle or Normal Play Order to set the
playback order, then select the desired repeat play mode.
1 Connect the viewer to your computer as described on
page 34.
To play...
Select...
Current category once.
No Repeat
2 Double-click the Epson Link2 icon on your desktop
to open the program.
Current track repeatedly.
Repeat One Song
3 Click Playlist on the left side of the screen.
Current category repeatedly.
Repeat All
4 Click the
Current category in random order.
Shuffle
Current category in normal order
repeatedly.
Normal Play Order
icon in the lower right corner.
Playing Music 38
5 Enter a name for the playlist.
6 Select the songs you want to add. If you want to add all
the songs from an album or by an artist, you can select
the album or artist.
The on-screen keyboard appears, with Playlist001 as
the default name.
Text Input
Playlist001
7 Click the down arrow in the center of the screen to add
the songs to your playlist.
Caps
After you have created playlists, you can use the buttons in
the lower right corner of the screen to rearrange the songs
and edit the lists.
Creating a Playlist on the Viewer
You can also create and edit playlists on the viewer.
1 In My Music, press the Menu button to display the
pop-up menu.
2 Select Add to Playlist, then press OK.
3 Select Create New Playlist, then press OK.
1
2
3
Backspace
DISP
4
5
6
7
8
Back
9
0
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
_
-
(
)
Space
Cancel
Menu
Done
4 To use this name, highlight Done and press OK.
To enter a new name, use the Back (backspace) button
to clear the current name. Then enter a new name using
the 4-way ring (highlight each character and press OK to
enter it).
❍
To move the cursor forward or backward, press
or .
❍
To delete the last letter input, press Back.
❍
To enter a space, press Menu.
❍
To switch between upper- and lowercase, press
Display.
❍
To cancel the name, highlight Cancel and press OK.
Playing Music 39
5 After entering the name, select Done, then press OK.
Removing Tracks From a Playlist
6 Select the tracks for the playlist using the 4-way ring
and the button. The selected files are displayed with
red check marks.
1 Select a playlist in My Music, then select a track you
want to remove.
If you want to select all the tracks displayed, press
Menu and select Select All.
7 When you have selected all the tracks you want,
press OK.
2 Press Menu, select Delete, and press OK.
3 Select each file you want to remove using the 4-way ring
and the button, then press OK.
The tracks are removed from the playlist, but not
deleted from the viewer.
Note:
To delete a playlist, select it in My Music, press Menu, then
select Delete this Playlist.
Changing the Order of a Playlist
Adding Tracks to an Existing Playlist
1 Select a playlist in My Music, then select a track you
want to move.
1 Display a list of songs in My Music, then press Menu.
2 Press Menu, then select Change Song Order.
2 Select Add to Playlist, then press OK.
3 Press up or down on the 4-way ring to move the track
within the playlist.
3 Select the list you want to add to, and press OK.
4 Select the tracks for the playlist using the 4-way ring and
the button, then press OK.
4 When the list is in the order you want, press OK.
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Using the Equalizer
You can use the equalizer to select from 7 genre settings or
create a customized setting of your own.
1 In My Music, press the Menu button to display the
pop-up menu.
4 Adjust the level of each frequency using the 4-way ring,
then press OK.
Note:
You may need to listen with headphones to hear the effects of
the various settings.
2 Select Audio Equalizer Setting.
Deleting Audio Files From the Viewer
3 Select the setting you want and press OK.
❍
Normal
❍
Pop
1 In My Music, press the Menu button to display the
pop-up menu.
❍
Jazz
❍
Live
2 Select Delete.
❍
Classical
❍
Full Bass
❍
Rock
3 Select audio files to delete using the 4-way ring and the
button.
To create a custom setting, select Custom and press
OK.
4 Once you have selected all the files you want to delete,
press OK. You see a confirmation message.
5 Select Yes, then press OK.
+ 15
+ 12
+ 10
+8
+4
0
-4
-8
- 10
- 12
- 15
Bass
Treble
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Chapter 5
Managing Files
You can back up files from the viewer to your computer,
and copy files from your computer to the viewer. You can
also transfer files to and from USB devices.
2 Use the included USB cable to connect the viewer to
your computer.
This chapter explains how to work with the files and folders
on your viewer and transfer them between the viewer and
other devices.
Copying Files To and From Your
Computer
You can use the Epson Link2 software to back up files from
the viewer to your computer and copy files from your
computer to the viewer. Make sure you have installed the
software, following the instructions in your P-3000/P-5000
Basics guide.
1 Connect the AC adapter to the viewer and plug it in.
Then turn on the viewer and your computer.
Larger end
Smaller end
The LCD screen turns off.
Note:
Although your computer may recognize the viewer as a
removable drive, it is best to transfer files using the Epson Link2
software.
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Caution:
When the viewer is connected to a computer, do not connect a
USB device to the Host USB port on the viewer. Do not change
the names of any folders on the viewer from your computer, or
the viewer may become unusable.
Backing Up Files to Your Computer
You can back up files to your computer automatically or
manually. First, make sure you connect the viewer as
described on page 42.
1 Double-click the Epson Link2 icon on your desktop
to open the program.
2 If you see a message that Epson Link2 has found files in
your viewer’s Backup Files folder, click Yes to back up
the files automatically.
Note:
Only files that haven’t already been copied will be
transferred.
3 To transfer files manually, click the Backup icon on the
left side of the screen, then click the
icon in the
middle of the screen.
All the files in the Backup Files folder of the viewer are
copied to your computer.
By default, the files are copied to the Epson Link2
Backup folder in Documents or My Documents.
If you want to change the location or turn off the
automatic backup feature, see “Setting Backup and
Conversion Preferences” on page 45.
4 If a confirmation dialog box is displayed, select whether
to delete or keep the transferred files in the viewer.
Note:
You can also select individual video or photo files to transfer
from the viewer to your computer. For instructions, click the ? in
the upper right corner of the Epson Link2 screen.
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Copying Files From Your Computer to the
Viewer
Disconnecting the Viewer From Your
Computer
You can copy photos, videos, and music from your
computer to the viewer. For instructions on copying music,
see “Copying Music From Your Computer” on page 34.
When you are finished transferring files between your
computer and the viewer, make sure you follow these steps
to disconnect.
WMV files are automatically converted to MP4 when they
are transferred, and videos that exceed 2GB are
automatically divided into multiple files.
1 Do one of the following:
❍
Windows: Right click the USB Device icon in the
System Tray (lower right corner of your screen) and
select Safely Remove Hardware or Unplug or
Eject Hardware.
❍
Macintosh: Drag and drop the viewer icon to the
trash.
If you want to specify conversion settings, see “Setting
Backup and Conversion Preferences” on page 45.
1 Connect the viewer to your computer as described on
page 42.
Epson Link2 icon on your desktop
2 Double-click the
to open the program.
2 Remove the USB cable from your computer.
3 Remove the USB cable from the viewer.
3 Select Photos, Videos, or Music, depending on the
type of files you want to transfer.
4 Select the files to transfer in the Computer window,
then click the
down arrow in the center of the
screen. The files are transferred to the viewer.
Note:
You can also transfer files by dragging and dropping them into
the lower contents window. For more information, click the ? in
the upper right corner of the Link2 screen.
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Setting Backup and Conversion Preferences
The Settings window appears.
You can use the Settings window in Epson Link2 to change
the folder where files from the viewer are saved on your
computer.
You can also change the conversion settings for video files
transferred from your computer to the viewer. In Windows,
you can also change the conversion settings for audio files.
Epson Link2 icon on your desktop
1 Double-click the
to open the program.
2 Click the
the screen.
settings icon in the upper right corner of
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3 If you don’t want to have files from the viewer
automatically backed up on your computer, deselect the
Copy backup data to the computer check box. You
can still back up files manually, as described on page 43.
4 If you want to specify the conversion settings for video
files, click the arrow next to Normal in the Movie File
box.
6 If you want to change the folder where files are backed
up on your computer, you can adjust the Store Folder
Settings. The default folder is Epson Link2 Backup in
My Documents (Windows XP or 2000) or Documents
(Windows Vista™ or Macintosh).
7 When you are finished, click OK.
Select Normal, High Quality, High Compression,
Custom, or No Conversion.
For more information about backup and conversion settings
in Epson Link2, click the ? in the upper right corner of the
Epson Link2 screen.
Selecting Custom allows you to specify the resolution,
frame rate, and bit rate.
Using the Viewer With USB Devices
Choose higher settings for improved video quality, or
lower settings for reduced file sizes. Frame rates lower
than 29.97 may cause flicker or poor quality video.
5 If you want to specify the conversion settings for music
files, click the arrow next to Normal in the Music File
box (Windows only).
Select Normal, High Quality, High Compression, or
Custom.
Selecting Custom allows you to specify the sampling
rate and bit rate. Choose higher settings for improved
audio quality, or lower settings for reduced file sizes.
You can connect a flash memory drive or other USB device
to your viewer and copy files to or from the device.
The viewer supports devices that are compatible with the
USB Mass Storage specification, including:
❍
Digital cameras
❍
Flash memory drives
❍
Memory card readers
❍
External hard drives
❍
Epson multimedia storage viewers
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Note:
USB hubs are not supported, and some USB devices may not
work without a power connection. Epson cannot guarantee the
compatibility of any device.
Note:
To prevent a possible malfunction, do not use both USB
connectors on the viewer at the same time.
3 Turn on the viewer and the USB device if necessary.
Connecting a USB Device
Before you connect a USB device, connect the AC adapter
to the viewer and plug it in if possible. If your USB device
has an AC adapter, use it to prevent the possible loss of files
during transfer.
1 Open the connector cover on the side of the viewer.
2 Plug the device into the Host USB connector on the
side of the viewer.
Copying Files to the Viewer
After you connect a USB device, you can copy all the files to
the viewer, or select individual files to copy.
1 On the Home screen, use the 4-way ring to highlight
USB Device, then press OK. You see the USB Device
menu:
USB Device
If the device has a USB cable, connect one end of the
cable to the device and the other end to the Host USB
connector on the viewer.
Backup USB device to Viewer
Browse USB Device
Copy all Backup Files
2 Do one of the following:
❍
To copy all files, select Backup USB device to
Viewer, then press OK. The files are copied to a
folder that is automatically created in the Backup
Files folder on the viewer.
Managing Files 47
The folder is named according to the date, for
example, 12252006.001. You can change the date
format by selecting Settings > Date and Time on
the Home screen (see page 11). Folders are
numbered in the order they are copied.
Skip to step 7.
❍
To copy selected files, select Browse USB Device
in the USB Device menu, then press OK. You see
your files displayed in thumbnail view.
Continue with the steps below.
Copying Files to the USB Device
You can copy all the files or selected files from the viewer to
a USB device.
If your USB device has an AC adapter, connect the adapter
and plug it in before starting.
Backing Up All Files to a USB Device
This process may take some time, depending on the volume
of data in the viewer.
3 Press the Menu button to display the pop-up menu.
1 Follow the instructions on page 47 to connect the USB
device.
4 Select Backup, then press OK. Small white check boxes
appear on each thumbnail image.
2 On the Home screen, use the 4-way ring to highlight
USB Device, then press OK.
5 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each file you want to
copy, then press the button to select it. The selected
items are displayed with red check marks.
3 In the USB Device menu, select Copy all Backup
Files.
6 When you are finished selecting files, press OK.
The files are copied to a folder that is automatically
created in the Backup Files folder on the viewer.
USB Device
Backup USB device to Viewer
Browse USB Device
Copy all Backup Files
7 Wait until all the files are copied, then disconnect the
USB device.
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4 Press OK, then wait while the files are copied.
Copying Selected Files to a USB Device
You can select individual files or folders to copy.
1 Follow the instructions on page 47 to connect the USB
device.
2 Select the file or folder you want to copy.
3 Press the Menu button.
❍
If you selected an individual file, you see your
photos displayed with white check boxes.
Continue with steps 6 and 7 below.
6 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each photo you want to
copy and press to select it. The selected items are
displayed with red check marks.
7 When you are finished selecting photos, press OK. Your
files are copied to the USB device. When the copy is
complete, you can disconnect the device.
My Photos/2006.1205
Copy/Move
Edit
Rate
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
Sort
Photo Print
Wallpaper and Icon Settings
Slide Show
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
Settings
Return to HOME
Delete
Setting Folders as Private
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
You can select and hide folders so that other people cannot
view the files.
4 Select Copy/Move, then press OK.
Note:
Even if folders are set as private folders on the viewer, they may
still be viewed on a computer, depending on the computer
setting.
5 Select Copy to USB Device, then press OK.
1 Using the 4-way ring, select a folder you want to hide.
EPV0013.TXT
❍
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0480.MP3
If you selected a folder, all the files are copied to the
USB device. Wait until all the files are copied, then
disconnect the device.
2 Press the Menu button, select Settings, then press OK.
3 Select Show Private Folders, then press OK.
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You see the Password screen:
You see your folders displayed:
Select Folders to Set as Private
Select Folders to Set as Private
01002000
01002000
2006.0617
0
2005.1205
0
0
2006.0617
2006.1205
2006.1201
EPV0001.JPG
Password
0
4 If you have already set a password for your viewer, enter
the 4-digit password number using the 4-way ring, then
press OK.
If you have not set a password, leave the password at the
default setting, 0000, and press OK. For instructions on
setting a password, see “File Operation” on page 61.
5 Repeat step 2, then select Set/Unset as Private and
press OK.
6 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each folder you want to
set as private, and press to select it. The selected items
are displayed with red check marks.
7 Once you have selected all the folders you want to set as
private, press OK.
Note:
You can press Menu and select either Select all or
Deselect all, then press OK, or select Apply from the
pop-up menu.
8 When you see the Password screen, enter a 4-digit
password number using the 4-way ring, then press OK.
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Note:
To hide the folder set as a private folder, select Hide
Private Folders in step 3. To show private folders, select
Show Private Folders in step 3.
Renaming a Folder
❍
To move the cursor forward or backward, press
or .
❍
To delete the last letter input, press Back.
❍
To enter a space, press Menu.
❍
To switch between upper and lower case, press
Display.
❍
To cancel the name, highlight Cancel and press OK.
1 Using the 4-way ring, select a folder to rename.
2 Press Menu, select Edit, then press OK.
3 Select Rename, then press OK. You see the on-screen
keyboard:
Deleting Files and Folders
Text Input
My Favorite
Caps
1
2
5 After you enter the name, select Done, then press OK.
3
Backspace
DISP
4
5
6
7
8
Back
9
0
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
_
-
(
)
Space
Cancel
You can delete files and folders from the viewer using the
menu and buttons as described below. To use the Link2
software for deletion, click the ? in the upper right corner of
the Link2 screen.
1 Select a folder or file to delete.
Menu
Done
2 Press Menu, select Delete, then press OK.
4 Use the Back (backspace) button to clear the current
name. Then enter a new name using the 4-way ring
(highlight each character and press OK to enter it).
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Check boxes appear on each thumbnail image:
If you are viewing a full-screen photo, press Menu and
select Delete to enter deletion mode.
Select Files to Delete
Check
box
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
EPV0013.TXT
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0480.MP3
3 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each file or folder you
want to delete, and press to select it. The selected
items are displayed with red check marks.
4 Press OK.
Note:
You can press Menu in the thumbnail screen and select
Select all, Deselect all, or Apply.
Select Delete again, then press OK. You can display
additional photos to delete by pressing right or left on
the 4-way ring. To cancel deletion mode, select Cancel
and press OK, or press the Back button.
5 When the confirmation message appears, select Yes,
then press OK.
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Locking Files and Folders
You can lock selected files or folders so they cannot be
deleted or rotated. When a file or folder is locked, the
icon is displayed.
5 Press OK to lock the files or folders.
If you are viewing a full-screen photo, press Menu,
select Edit, then select Lock/Unlock to enter lock
mode.
1 Select a folder or file to lock.
2 Press the Menu button to display the pop-up menu.
3 Select Edit, then select Lock/Unlock and press OK.
Check boxes appear on each thumbnail image:
Select Files to Lock
Check
box
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
EPV0013.TXT
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0480.MP3
4 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each file or folder you
want to lock, and press to select it. The selected items
are displayed with red check marks.
Select Lock or Unlock then press OK. You can display
additional photos to lock by pressing right or left on the
4-way ring. To cancel, select Cancel and press OK or
press the Back button.
Note:
The lock on the folder or file remains in effect until you
unlock it, even if you turn off the viewer.
Note:
In the thumbnail screen, you can press Menu and select
Select all, Deselect all, or Apply.
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Setting a Folder Icon or Home Screen
Wallpaper
You can set your favorite file as an icon for the folder or
“wallpaper” for the Home screen.
1 Select the file you want to use.
2 Press Menu, then select Wallpaper and Icon Settings,
then press OK.
3 Select Set as Folder Icon or Set as Wallpaper of
HOME, then press OK.
Rating Photos
You can rate your photos from one to five stars. This lets
you quickly view your best photos from View Rated Files
in the Home screen. You can rate up to 3000 photos.
When you copy a rated file to your computer, you must use
the Epson Link2 software to copy the rating information.
You can then move your rated files into Adobe Bridge.
To rate a single photo, select it in My Photos or Backup
Files, then press the button to rate it. Continue pressing
the button to increase the rating up to 5, or remove the
rating.
You can use the menu to rate multiple photos or folders:
1 Select a photo or folder you want to rate.
2 Press Menu, select Rate, then press OK.
My Photos/2006.1205
Copy/Move
Edit
Rate
EPV2014.JPG
EPV2171.JPG
EPV2242.JPG
Sort
Photo Print
Wallpaper and Icon Settings
Slide Show
EPV2273.JPG
EPV2279.JPG
EPV2283.JPG
Settings
Return to HOME
Delete
EPV0013.TXT
EPV2619.JPG
EPV2620.JPG
EPV2269.JPG
EPV2314.JPG
Down the Black
Beaches
EPV0480.MP3
3 Select the number of stars you want to assign, then press
OK.
4 Use the 4-way ring to highlight each file or folder you
want to rate, and press to select it. The selected items
are displayed with red check marks.
Note:
In the thumbnail screen, you can press Menu and select
Select all, Deselect all, or Apply.
5 Once you are done selecting files, press OK.
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Note:
If you delete a file from My Photos, My Videos, or Backup Files,
the corresponding rated file will also be deleted from View
Rated Files.
Selecting a Screen Saver
You can select a folder to be used as a screen saver. The
photos in the folder will be displayed as a slide show when
the viewer is plugged in using the AC adapter and is inactive
for 3 minutes.
If you want to change the timing for the screen saver, see
“Power Save” on page 60. If you want to change the
transition effects, see “Slide Show” on page 61.
1 Select a folder, then press Menu to display the pop-up
menu.
2 Select Set as Screen Saver, then press OK.
Note:
To cancel the setting, select Don’t Use as Screen Saver.
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Chapter 6
Printing
You can print photos or videos by connecting the viewer to
a PictBridge-compatible printer, such as the Epson R260,
R380, or RX580.
Check the Epson web site to get the latest information on
supported printers. See “Where To Get Help” on page 69.
Depending on your printer model and settings, you can use
the following sizes and types of paper.
Paper
Size
Epson Ultra Premium
Photo Paper Glossy
4 × 6 in., Letter
Epson Premium Photo
Paper Glossy
4 × 6 in., 5 × 7 in., 8 × 10 in.,
Letter
Epson Premium Photo
Paper Semigloss
4 × 6 in., Letter
Epson Photo Paper Glossy
4 × 6 in., Letter, A4
Connecting the Viewer to a Printer
Refer to your printer manual to locate the external device
USB connector on the printer, which may be labeled or
EXT. I/F.
1 Connect the AC adapter to the viewer and turn it on.
2 Connect the small end of the USB cable to the Device
USB connector on the viewer.
Note:
For details about paper, see your printer documentation.
Printing 56
3 Connect the other end of the cable to the USB
connector on the printer.
3 Select Photo Print, then press OK.
The number of prints is shown for each photo.
Print Quality
Number of
prints
01
EPSN0001.JPG
01
EPSN0002.JPG
01
EPSN0003.JPG
00
EPSN0004.JPG
00
EPSN0005.JPG
Note:
Disconnect the USB cable from the viewer when not
operating with a computer or printer.
Printing Your Photos
Make sure the printer is turned on and has paper and ink.
Make sure the AC adapter is connected to the viewer before
you print.
4 Select the number of prints you want for each photo
using the
or
button.
If you are printing a full-screen photo, you can set the
number of prints you want, then display the other
photos in the folder by pressing right or left on the
4-way ring.
1 Using the viewer, highlight an image you want to print.
Note:
You cannot print a JPEG file if the vertical or horizontal size
of the image exceeds 4600 pixels.
2 Press Menu to display the pop-up menu.
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To display a preview of the color when you print with
PhotoEnhance™ on an Epson printer, press Display.
6 In the Print Settings screen, specify the settings using
the 4-way ring, then press OK.
You can adjust the following settings:
Press Back to return to the normal display.
5 Once you have selected all of the photos and set the
number of prints for each, press OK. The viewer checks
the printer connection, and you see the Print Settings
screen.
Print Settings
Start Printings
Picture number
1
Number of Prints
Paper size
Paper kind
Layout
Print Date
Print Mode
1
4x6in
Photo paper
Border
Do Not Print
Photo
Setting
Description
Number of
Prints
Set the number of prints (video only).
Paper size
Choose the paper size loaded in the printer.
Paper kind
Choose type of paper loaded in the printer.
Layout
Choose Border or Borderless.
Print Date
Print the date when the photo was taken. If
the photo does not include date
information, the printing date is added.
Print Mode
Choose Photo, High speed, or Best Photo.
Note:
Depending on the printer, the paper settings may be limited
or set to Automatic. The settings will be cleared once the
image has been printed.
7 Select Start Printing, then press OK.
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Printing Your Videos
You can print images from video files at 12 frames per sheet
on 4 × 6-inch paper only.
6 Select the frame where you want to start printing by
pressing right or left on the 4-way ring, then press OK.
Video Print
Make sure the printer is connected and has paper and ink,
and the AC adapter is connected to the viewer.
1 Start playing the video.
2 When you see the frame you want to print, press OK to
pause the video. You can press left or right on the 4-way
ring to search for the frames you want to print.
3 Press Menu to display the pop-up menu.
4 Select Video Print, then press OK.
5 Select a Frame Interval (Long, Medium, or Short) to
take still images from the video.
7 In the Print Settings screen, specify the settings by
pressing up or down on the 4-way ring, then press OK.
See page 58 for more information.
8 Select Start Printing, then press OK.
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Chapter 7
Customizing Settings
You can change settings for displaying images, copying files,
controlling the viewer’s sounds, and other functions.
From the Home screen, select Settings and press OK. You
see this screen:
Hard Drive Capacity
Use this option to check the available space on the viewer’s
hard drive and also on any memory cards that are loaded in
the viewer. The total file size is also given for all files in the
Backup, My Photos, My Videos, and My Music folders.
Settings
Hard Drive Capacity
Power Save
File Operation
Movie Setting
Slide Show
Power Save
Use the following options to adjust how the viewer saves
power:
Sound
View Mode
❍
Backlight Timer to set when the LCD screen turns
dark during inactivity. You can select 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15
minutes.
❍
Sleep Timer to set when the LCD turns off during
Date and Time
Language
Use the 4-way ring to select and change any of the settings
described below.
inactivity. You can select 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15 minutes.
❍
Power Off Timer to set when the viewer turns off
during inactivity. If the AC adapter is connected to the
viewer, it will not turn off but will play a screen saver
instead. You can select 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15 minutes.
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❍
Screen Saver to set when the screen saver begins
during inactivity (if the AC adapter is connected). You
can select 1, 3, 5, 10, or 15 minutes. See “Slide Show”
(below) to control the features of the screen saver.
Movie Setting
Use these options for movies played on the viewer:
❍
DivX Reg. Code to display the DivX registration code.
This code is required when you buy copyright-protected
DivX VOD video content for downloading.
❍
Play Settings to adjust the screen size of a video. You
can select Play at Full Screen or Play at Original
Size.
File Operation
Use these options to change how the viewer handles various
file-related operations:
❍
Auto-Rotation to determine whether the viewer
auto-rotates images according to Exif information
included in the file by the camera that took the photo.
❍
❍
❍
Unsupported Files to set whether unsupported files
are displayed on the viewer. If you select Show,
unsupported files appear as gray boxes with ? question
Slide Show
Use these options to select effects, timing, and background
music for slide shows. These settings also control the
features of your screen saver.
marks inside.
❍
Effects to choose one of five slide transition effects.
Delete After Copying to set whether files are deleted
after copying them. Select Delete to clear the files from
❍
Duration to choose the time between slide transitions.
their original location automatically after copying them,
or Confirm to ask each time if you want to clear them.
Or select Do Not Delete to copy files without deleting
them from their original location.
❍
Slide Show Music to choose background music for the
slide show. You can select none, one of three presets, or a
music playlist that you’ve created.
❍
Clock to choose whether to display the current time in
the corner of the screen.
Set Password to set a password for private folders. The
default password is 0000.
You can select from 1 to 30 seconds.
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Sound
Date and Time
Use these options to control the default volume for movies
and music, and to set audible alerts.
If you remove the battery, the date and time settings will be
erased after about one day. Use this screen to re-enter the
date and time, if necessary.
❍
Key Beep to turn on or off sounds made by the viewer
when you press the buttons.
❍
Enter the Year, Month, Day, Hour, and Minute.
❍
Backup Complete Sound to select one of several
preset sounds to alert you when the viewer finishes
backing up files.
❍
Use Date Format to change the format of the file dates
shown on the Details screen. Folders created in Backup
Files are also named according to the selected format.
❍
Volume to set the default volume for music and videos.
You can change the volume when playing music or
videos by pressing
or .
View Mode
Use these options to adjust the LCD screen and how the
viewer displays images:
❍
LCD Brightness to control the brightness of the screen.
❍
Video Out to select NTSC or PAL according the type of
TV system or external display connected to the viewer.
❍
Color Space to set the color space, if color space
information in the image is unspecified. Select sRGB or
AdobeRGB.
Language
Lets you choose one of ten languages.
Firmware Version
Displays the viewer’s firmware version.
Customizing Settings 62
Chapter 8
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
This chapter describes how to clean the viewer and solve
problems.
Cleaning the Viewer
Follow these guidelines to clean the viewer:
❍
Turn off the viewer and unplug the AC adapter before
cleaning.
❍
Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe it clean.
❍
Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners.
Error Messages
When a problem occurs, an error message or icon may
appear on the LCD. Refer to the following table to diagnose
an error message. For more assistance, see “Problems and
Solutions” on page 64.
Error message
Description
Unable to access file.
Wait until the memory card
access light turns off, then
reinsert the memory card and try
again.
An error occurred during
verification. Files were not
deleted from the memory
card.
Some files failed to be copied.
Check the files and try again.
Cannot access the hard
drive. There may be a
problem with the hard
drive, or it may not be
formatted as FAT32.
Backup all the data to the
computer and contact Epson as
described in “Where To Get
Help” on page 69.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 63
Error message
Description
Problems and Solutions
No response from the
printer. Please check the
printer.
Make sure your printer is on and
the USB cable is connected
correctly. Check the printer’s
manual to make sure it’s
PictBridge-compatible.
Use the information in this section to diagnose problems
and find solutions.
Turn off the viewer and wait until
it cools down.
The battery power is running
out. Charge the battery. For
details, see “Charging the
Battery” on page 10.
Press the reset button.
See “Resetting the Viewer” on
page 68.
Power Problems
The power does not turn on.
Cause
What to do
The battery has run out.
When the
icon appears on
the top right corner of the LCD,
the battery has run out. See
“Charging the Battery” on page 10
and charge the battery.
The battery is not installed
correctly.
Make sure the battery is installed
correctly. See “Installing the
Battery” on page 10.
The viewer may have shut off Slide the power switch down to
automatically to save battery turn the viewer back on.
power.
The battery may need to be
replaced.
See “Replacing the Battery” on
page 69.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 64
File Viewing Problems
The image is not displayed.
Cause
What to do
The image format is not
supported.
If an image doesn’t appear or
appears as ?, it may not be in a
supported file type. See “Supported
Image Formats” on page 25.
The image data is
corrupted.
Copy the image again.
The video or audio file
is not supported.
See “Supported Video Formats” on
page 30 or “Supported Audio
Formats” on page 36.
The LCD is too dark.
Adjust the LCD brightness. See
“View Mode” on page 62.
The screen may have turned off
automatically to save power. Press
any button to turn the screen on.
You’ve connected the
Some TVs may crop your images at
viewer to your TV and the the top and bottom, or you may
image is cut off or flickering. notice some flickering near the
edges of the screen. This is a normal
result of your viewer’s high image
resolution.
The video is not displayed clearly or stops abruptly.
Cause
What to do
The bit rate of the video is
too high.
Check the bit rate. See “Supported
Video Formats” on page 30 for
details.
Sound breaks off when the video or audio is played.
Cause
What to do
The bit rate of the file is
too high.
Check the bit rate. See “Supported
Video Formats” on page 30 or
“Supported Audio Formats” on
page 36 for details.
If you’ve connected the viewer to
your TV or computer, the LCD
screen turns off.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 65
No sound comes out when a video is played.
Cause
What to do
The Audio Codec of the
file is not supported.
Check the file format. See
“Supported Video Formats” on
page 30 or “Supported Audio
Formats” on page 36 for details.
File Operation Problems
You cannot copy files from Connect the AC adapter to the
an external USB device.
viewer. If the external USB device
has its own power adapter, connect
it too.
You cannot delete a file.
Cause
What to do
The file is locked.
Unlock the file and then delete it.
See “Locking Files and Folders”
(page 53) and “Deleting Files and
Folders” (page 51).
You cannot copy a file or files.
Cause
What to do
You cannot use the buttons on the viewer.
There is not enough space
available on the hard drive
to copy all of the files on the
memory card.
Check the hard drive space. See
“Hard Drive Capacity” on page 60.
Delete unnecessary files or reduce
the number of files to copy from the
memory card.
Cause
The viewer’s hard drive
space doesn’t increase, even
though data has been
deleted.
If you’ve connected the viewer to
your computer, it’s best to delete
files using the Link2 software, or
data may not be removed
completely. Check the Recycle Bin
(Windows) or Trash (Macintosh)
and empty it to clear any files.
You cannot set/unset a folder as private.
What to do
The buttons are deactivated Slide the power switch back to the
because the power switch is middle position.
set to Hold.
Cause
What to do
The password is incorrect.
If you forget the password, enter
5555, 7777, then 3333 to reset it to
the default (0000).
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 66
Updating the Firmware and Printer
Driver
Printing Problems
You cannot print.
Cause
What to do
The printer is not supported. Make sure your printer is
supported. See page 56.
The printer’s power is off.
Turn on the printer.
The USB cable is not
connected correctly.
See “Connecting the Viewer to a
Printer” on page 56 and reconnect
the cable.
You cannot print a JPEG
image.
Make sure the JPEG image does
not exceed 4600 pixels in either the
vertical or horizontal direction.
If you connect the viewer to Connect the viewer to the printer
after selecting an image to print.
a printer with the Home
screen displayed, the printer
may be recognized as a
computer.
Epson will occasionally update the viewer firmware. You can
download the latest firmware for the viewer from Epson’s
support website. Instructions for updating the firmware are
provided online.
Uninstalling Software
If you need to uninstall the Epson Link2 software, follow
the procedure below for Windows or on page 68 for
Macintosh. Be sure to back up any viewer installation data
before deleting.
Windows
1 Click Start, point to All Programs (or Programs),
then select EPSON. Select Epson Link2, then click
Uninstaller.
Note:
For Windows Vista, when you see the User Account
Control screen, click Allow.
2 After the confirmation dialog box appears, click Yes.
3 When you see a message that uninstallation is complete,
click Finish.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 67
4 If you see a message asking you to restart, click Restart
Now.
Macintosh
1 Connect the viewer to your Macintosh.
Resetting the Viewer
If the viewer stops working, or you want to restore its
default settings, you can reset it.
Gently insert the end of a paper clip into the Reset button
next to the viewer’s USB ports.
2 Double-click the P-3000 drive on your desktop.
3 Double-click the installation software.
4 Select Custom Install.
5 Select Epson Link2.
6 On the software installation screen, select Uninstall.
7 When you see a message asking you to restart, click
Restart Now.
The viewer shuts off, resets to its default settings, and comes
back on.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 68
Replacing the Battery
Speak to a Support Representative
You can purchase a replacement lithium-ion battery
(B32B818262) from an Epson authorized reseller.
To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON
(800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online at
www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or www.epson.ca
(Canadian sales).
Before you call Epson for support, please have the following
information ready:
Where To Get Help
Epson provides these technical support services:
Internet Support
Visit Epson’s support website for solutions to common
problems with your viewer. You can download software and
documentation, get FAQs and troubleshooting advice, or
e-mail Epson with your questions.
❍
Product name (Epson P-3000)
❍
Product serial number (located on the bottom of the
viewer)
❍
Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of
purchase
❍
Computer configuration
❍
Description of the problem
Then call:
❍
U.S.: (562) 276-4303, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time,
Monday through Friday.
❍
Canada: (905) 709-3839, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time,
Monday through Friday.
Toll or long distance charges may apply.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 69
Appendix A
Notices and Specifications
System Requirements
Macintosh System Requirements
To use your viewer software, your system should have:
Windows System Requirements
To use your viewer software, your system should have:
❍
700 MHz G4 processor or higher (PowerPC® or Intel®
CoreDuo)
❍
A Microsoft® Windows compatible PC with a
Pentium® III processor (1 GHz or faster recommended)
❍
Macintosh OS X 10.2.8 to 10.4.x
❍
At least 512MB RAM
❍
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional (SP3 or later),
Windows XP Home, Windows XP Professional,
Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, or Windows
Vista
❍
150MB free hard disk space for installation,
2GB required for operation
❍
SVGA monitor (800 × 600), 32000 colors or more
❍
USB type A connector
❍
At least 256MB RAM
❍
100MB free hard disk space for installation,
2GB required for operation
❍
SVGA monitor (800 × 600), 16-bit color or higher
❍
USB type A connector
Notices and Specifications 70
Safety Instructions
❍
Read all these instructions before using the viewer, and keep
this guide handy for later reference. Follow all warnings and
instructions marked on the viewer and any options.
Do not insert objects into the slots or openings on the
viewer.
❍
Do not touch the components inside the viewer unless
instructed to do so in the documentation. Never force
the viewer’s components into place. Although the viewer
is designed to be sturdy, rough handling can damage it.
❍
Never spill liquid onto the viewer.
❍
If the viewer emits unusual noises, odors, or smoke,
cancel the current operation and turn it off immediately.
Remove the battery and disconnect the AC adapter from
the viewer, then unplug the AC adapter from the power
outlet. Contact Epson.
❍
Do not use your headphones for long periods at high
volume as this can cause permanent hearing loss.
❍
Do not use your headphones while operating a vehicle
or performing an activity that requires attention to
external sound. When wearing your headphones, we
strongly recommend setting the volume so that you can
hear your normal speaking voice.
❍
Do not stand the device upright as it may fall over and
be damaged.
❍
Do not use the viewer after moving it between extreme
temperatures, which may cause condensation to form on
electronic parts.
Using the Viewer
Caution:
Do not drop the viewer or expose it to any impact, to avoid
damaging the internal hard disk and losing stored files. Do not
format the hard disk from your computer, or the viewer will be
unusable.
Epson is not responsible for backing up or recovering data. It is
strongly recommended that you make your own backup files.
❍
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this
product.
❍
Use only AC adapter model A351H and lithium-ion
battery model D111A with this product.
❍
When connecting the viewer to a computer or other
device with a cable, ensure the correct orientation of the
connectors. Each connector has only one correct
orientation. Inserting a connector in the wrong
orientation may damage both devices connected by the
cable.
Notices and Specifications 71
❍
If you use the viewer in places where the use of
electronic devices is limited, such as in airplanes or
hospitals, follow all instructions in those places.
❍
Do not use the viewer outdoors during a thunderstorm.
❍
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not cover the viewer
with a blanket or other covering that may give off a
static electric shock.
❍
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose the
viewer or its options to rain or moisture.
❍
To prevent fire or explosion, do not use the viewer where
flammable or volatile gas is stored.
Using the Battery
Caution:
There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by the
incorrect type. Use the specified new batteries only. Dispose of
used batteries according to the instructions.
❍
❍
❍
Use only AC adapter model A351H and the viewer
(Model G961A/G961B) to charge batteries.
❍
Do not use the battery that comes with the viewer for
other devices.
❍
To protect against short-circuiting, do not remove the
outside sleeves of the battery.
❍
Do not handle the battery with wet hands or use it near
water.
❍
Do not expose the battery to water or high humidity.
❍
Do not drop, puncture, disassemble, mutilate, or
short-circuit the battery.
❍
Do not place the battery near or into fire or water.
❍
Do not use batteries that are leaking or damaged in any
way.
❍
Do not charge the battery on devices except the viewer.
❍
If battery acid gets into your eyes or on your skin,
immediately rinse the affected area thoroughly with
water and seek medical treatment. If a battery is
swallowed, seek medical treatment immediately.
Do not charge the battery near open flame or in very hot
locations.
❍
Keep batteries away from heat sources.
❍
Use only an Epson lithium-ion battery for the viewer
according to the instructions in this manual.
Do not leave the battery in a vehicle to prevent the
battery from overheating.
❍
Do not insert objects into any openings as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short-circuit
components.
Notices and Specifications 72
❍
Prevent the battery from coming into contact with
metal objects that could short-circuit it, such as coins or
keys.
Disposing of the Battery
Before disposing of the battery, make sure you discharge it
completely.
❍
Do not insert the battery into power outlets or other
power sources such as car cigarette lighter sockets.
❍
Do not solder wires or terminals directly to the battery.
Warning:
Be sure to securely cover the end of the battery with tape to
prevent combustion or explosion when disposing.
❍
Do not touch battery terminals.
Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery in fire.
❍
Keep batteries away from open flame if they leak or
smell strange.
Do not dispose of batteries as ordinary refuse. Instead, dispose
of them in a collection or recycle box in accordance with local
laws.
❍
If overheating, discoloration, or distortion occur,
remove the battery from the viewer and do not use it.
For users in North America and Canada:
❍
Charge the battery before using it if it has not been used
for a long period.
This mark indicates that the battery will be
recycled by the RBRC. When you are ready to
dispose of the battery, contact the RBRC at
(800) 822-8837.
Storing the Battery
❍
When not using this device for a long period, remove
the battery from the viewer and store it separately.
❍
Do not store batteries where the temperature or
humidity is very high.
❍
Store batteries out of children’s reach.
Using the AC Adapter
❍
Use only the type of power source indicated on the AC
adapter’s label, and always supply power directly from a
standard, domestic power outlet with a power cord that
meets the relevant local safety standards.
❍
Place the AC adapter near an electrical outlet where the
power cord can be easily unplugged.
Notices and Specifications 73
❍
The AC adapter and power cable provided are designed
for use with the viewer. Do not attempt to use them
with other electronic devices unless specified.
❍
Do not remove the AC adapter from this device during
operations (connecting the AC adapter during
operations is possible).
❍
The AC adapter included is designed for use with the
viewer. Use of any other adapter could result in fire,
electrical shock, or injury.
❍
Use only AC adapter model A351H with the viewer.
❍
Do not connect the AC adapter when the battery is not
installed. Otherwise, the viewer may be damaged.
❍
Use only the power source that meets the power
requirements indicated on the label attached to the
product. If you are not sure of the power supply
specifications in your area, contact your local power
company or regulatory agency.
❍
Make sure the total amperage of all devices plugged into
the power outlet does not exceed the power outlet’s
ampere rating.
❍
Do not use a damaged or frayed AC adapter.
❍
If you use an extension cord with the viewer, make sure
the total amperage of all devices plugged into the
extension cord does not exceed the cord’s amperage
rating.
❍
Never disassemble, modify, or attempt to repair the AC
adapter by yourself.
❍
Do not use power outlets controlled by wall switches or
automatic timers.
❍
Do not use power outlets on the same circuit as large
motors or other appliances that may cause voltage
fluctuations.
❍
Avoid using outlets on the same circuit as photocopiers
or air control systems that regularly switch on and off.
❍
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not cover the AC
adapter with a blanket or similar covering.
❍
Position the viewer’s power cord so that it will not be
stepped on or run over.
❍
Do not place any objects on the power cord and the AC
adapter.
❍
Keep the power cord straight at the ends and at the
points where it enters the transformer.
❍
The power cord should be placed to avoid abrasions,
cuts, fraying, crimping, kinking, and other damage.
Notices and Specifications 74
❍
If you cannot insert the plug into the power outlet,
contact an electrician.
❍
Remove the AC plug from the outlet during lightning
storms.
❍
If the liquid crystal solution contained in the LCD panel
on the viewer leaks out and gets onto your hands, wash
them thoroughly with soap and water. If it gets into
your eyes, flush them immediately with water. If
discomfort or vision problems remain after a thorough
flushing, see a doctor immediately.
❍
Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the display. Do not
use liquid or chemical cleaners.
Using a Memory Card
❍
Only memory cards designed for the product’s
specifications can be used. (See page 16.)
❍
The methods for using memory cards vary according to
card type. See the documentation included with your
memory card for details.
Storing, Maintaining, or Transporting the
Viewer
❍
Do not remove a memory card or turn off the product
while the memory card access light is flashing.
❍
Do not store the viewer outdoors.
❍
Do not store the viewer near water.
❍
Do not store the viewer in a location subject to high
temperature or humidity.
❍
Do not store the viewer in a location subject to rapid
changes in temperature or humidity.
❍
Do not store the viewer in a location subject to direct
sunlight or strong light sources.
❍
Unplug the viewer from the power outlet before
cleaning it. Use a damp cloth for cleaning and do not
use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Using the LCD
❍
The LCD panel on the viewer may contain a few small
bright or dark spots. These are normal and do not mean
that your LCD panel is damaged in any way.
❍
If the LCD panel on the viewer is damaged, contact
Epson.
Notices and Specifications 75
❍
Remove the battery and unplug the viewer and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions: The power cord or plug is
damaged; liquid has entered the viewer or its options;
the viewer or its options have been dropped or the case
is damaged; the viewer or its options do not operate
normally or exhibit a distinct change in performance.
WARNING: The cords included with this product contain
chemicals, including lead, known to the State of California
to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash
hands after handling. (provided in accordance with
Proposition 65 in Cal. Health & Safety Code § 25249.5 et
seq)
Standards and Approvals
Epson P-3000
EMC:
FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class
CAN/CSA-CEI/IEC CISPR22 Class B
AC Adapter (Model A351H)
Safety:
UL60950
CSA C22.2 No. 60950
EMC:
CAN/CSA-CEI/IEC CISPR22 Class B
Battery (Model D111A)
Safety:
UL2054
Notices and Specifications 76
Specifications
Memory card:
General
LCD:
4 inches, 640 × 480 pixels,
Approx. 16,770,000 colors
HDD:
2.5 inch HDD, 40GB, FAT 12/16/32
VFAT supported
Dimensions
(without
projections)
and weight:
Height
3.5 inches (88.7 mm)
Width
5.9 inches (150 mm)
Depth
1.3 inches (33.1 mm)
Weight 15.0 oz (426 g),
(approx.) including battery
Temperature:
Operating (or charging): 41 to 95 °F
(5 to 35 °C)
Non-operating: –4 to 140 °F
(–20 to 60 °C)
Humidity
(without
condensation):
Operating: 30 to 80%
Non-operating: 10 to 80%
Altitude
Operating: 3000 m or less
Non-operating: 12000 m or less
CompactFlash memory card (Type I/
Type II, including Microdrive);
SD memory card, SD High-Capacity
Card, MultiMedia Card, MultiMedia
Card Plus
Note:
A commercially available CF adapter is
needed to use other memory cards.
Power sources:
Lithium-ion battery (Model D111A)
AC adapter (Model A351H)
Battery life
(when fully
charged)*:
Approx. 3 hours when playing a slide show
(in the default settings)
Approx. 3 hours when playing video
(MPEG4, 2 Mbps, using headphones)
Approx. 6 hours when playing audio
(MP3, 128 kbps, using headphones)
* Times may vary depending on the memory card being used, the number
of files, ambient temperature, and other factors.
Notices and Specifications 77
Electrical
Battery
Input voltage:
DC 5.0 V
Type:
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Rated current:
Maximum 2.3 A
Model:
D111A
Power
consumption:
6.3 W (when using the battery)
7.9 W (when using the AC adapter)
Size:
(H × W × D)
0.88 × 0.80 × 2.78 inches
(22.45 × 20.4 × 71 mm)
Ratings:
3.7 V, 2600 mAh
Temperature:
Storing: –4 to 104 °F (–20 to 60 °C)
Interface
USB connector:
A/V Out
connector:
Two USB 2.0 (Mass Storage Class)
interfaces Full Speed and High Speed
mode
Host: Standard A
Device: Mini-B
Quadrupole mini pin jack (Ø 3.5 mm)
Keep the battery in a cool place when
storing for a long period.
AC Adapter
Model:
A351H
Input:
AC 100 to 240 V, 50 to 60 Hz, 0.3 to 0.1 A
Headphone Out Quadrupole mini pin jack (Ø 3.5 mm)
connector:
Output:
DC 5.0 V, 2.3 A
CF Card slot:
One slot (Type 1/Type 2, 3.3V) for
CompactFlash memory card or
Microdrive
Power
Maximum 18 W
consumption:
SD Card slot:
One slot for SD memory card or
MultiMedia card
Optional Accessory
Model:
Lithium-ion battery, D111A
Product code:
B32B818262
Notices and Specifications 78
Index
A
B
A/V Out connector, 8, 32
AC adapter
connecting, 11
connector, 8
safety, 73 to 75
specifications, 78
standards, 76
Activity light, 12
Adobe Bridge, 55
AdobeRGB, 28, 62
Audio
conversion, 46
copying files to viewer, 34 to 35
creating playlist, 38 to 40
deleting files, 41
equalizer, 41
file formats, 36
playing, 36 to 41
problems, 65 to 66
repeat and shuffle, 38
Backing up
from memory cards, 19 to 21
preferences, 45
to/from USB devices, 47 to 49
to computer, 42 to 44
Backup Files icon, 14
Battery
charging, 10 to 11
cover, 8
disposing of, 73
icon, 11
installing, 10
removing, 11
replacing, 69
safety, 72 to 73
specifications, 78
Beep settings, 62
Bit rate
audio, 36
video, 30
Index 79
Buttons
locking, 13
using, 9
C
Cable
USB, 42 to 44, 56 to 57
video, 32
Charge light, 10
Charging the battery, 10 to 11
Cleaning the viewer, 63
Codec, 30
Color space, 28, 62
CompactFlash
adapter, 16
card slot, 8, 17
icon, 14
Computer
connecting to, 34, 42
disconnecting from, 35, 44
Connecting
computer, 34, 42
printer, 56 to 57
TV or projector, 32
USB devices, 47
Copying
files from memory cards, 19 to 21
files to/from computer, 42 to 44
files to/from USB devices, 47 to 49
problems, 66
Customizing settings, 60 to 62
D
Date and time, setting, 12 to 13, 62
Deleting
audio files, 41
files and folders, 51
Device USB connector, 8, 34, 42 to 44, 56 to 57
Direct printing, 56 to 59
Display button, 27
Display modes, video, 32
Display Photo Enhance, 28
DivX, 30, 61
DNG files, 25
E
Eject button, 8
Electrical specifications, 78
Epson
Link2, 35, 38, 42 to 46
printers, 56
purchasing battery, 69
technical support, 69
Index 80
Equalizer, 41
Error messages, 63 to 64
Exif, 27
F
File formats
audio, 36
image, 25
video, 30
File Operation settings, 61
Files
copying from memory card, 19 to 21
copying to/from computer, 42 to 44
copying to/from USB devices, 47 to 49
deleting, 51
locking, 53
problems copying, 66
problems viewing, 65
rating, 54 to 55
Firmware, updating, 67
Firmware version, 62
Folders
changing display, 24
copying files to, 21
creating, 22
deleting, 51
locking, 53
renaming, 51
setting as private, 49 to 51
setting as screen saver, 55
setting icon, 54
H
Hard drive capacity, 60
Headphones
connector, 8
using, 36
Histogram, 27
Hold icon, 14
Home screen, 14
Host USB connector, 8, 47
I
ID3 tags, 35
Index 81
Images
copying to folder, 22
displaying as a slide show, 28
displaying information, 27
display problems, 65
file formats, 25
printing, 56 to 59
rating, 54 to 55
rotating, 29, 61
viewing, 26 to 29
zooming, 27
Installing battery, 10
Interface specifications, 78
J
JPEG files, 25
L
Language setting, 12, 62
LCD, 8, 65, 75
Lights, 9
Link2 software
backing up files, 43
copying files, 42 to 44
creating playlist, 38
setting preferences, 45
transferring music files, 35
Locking
buttons, 13
files and folders, 53
M
Macintosh
disconnecting from, 44
system requirements, 70
Maximum bit rate, video, 30
Memory card
access light, 15
adapter, 16
copying files, 19 to 21
safety instructions, 75
types, 16
Memory Card icon, 14
Memory Stick, 16
Menu options, 24 to 25
Metadata, 27
Microdrive, 16
Movie Settings, 61
MultiMedia card, 16
Index 82
Music
conversion, 46
copying to viewer, 34 to 35
creating playlist, 38 to 40
deleting files, 41
equalizer, 41
file formats, 36
playing, 36 to 41
repeat and shuffle, 38
O
Overexposure preview, 27
P
Paper, types and sizes, 56
Password, 50
Photo Enhance, 28, 58
Photos, see Images
PictBridge, 56
Playing
music, 36 to 41
videos, 30 to 31
Playlist
creating, 38 to 40
modifying, 40
Pop-up menu, 24 to 25
Power
problems, 64
saving, 15, 60
switch, 8
turning off, 15
turning on, 12
Printing
photos, 56 to 59
problems, 67
videos, 59
Private folders, 49
Problems
audio and video, 65 to 66
copying and deleting files, 66
power, 64
printing, 67
solving, 63 to 67
viewing files, 65
Projector, connecting to, 32
Protecting files, 53
R
Rating photos, 54 to 55
RAW files, 25
Reset button, 8, 68
Resetting the viewer, 68
Rotating images, 29
Index 83
S
Safety instructions, 71 to 76
Screen icons, 23
Screen saver, 55
Secure Digital
cards, 16
card slot, 8, 18
icon, 14
Settings
customizing, 60 to 62
Date and time, 12 to 13, 62
icon, 14
Language, 12, 62
Slide show
creating, 28
settings, 61
Sound
problems, 65 to 66
settings, 62
Speaker, 8
Specifications
AC adapter, 78
battery, 78
electrical, 78
general, 77
interface, 78
standards and approvals, 76
sRGB, 28, 62
Status and error messages, 63 to 64
Support, technical, 69
System requirements, 70
T
Technical support, 69
Time, setting, 12 to 13
Troubleshooting
audio and video problems, 65 to 66
error messages, 63 to 64
file operation problems, 66
file viewing problems, 65
power problems, 64
printing problems, 67
Turning off power, 15
Turning on power, 12
TV, connecting to, 32
U
Underexposure preview, 27
Updating firmware, 67
USB
cable, 34, 42 to 44, 56 to 57
connectors, 8
USB devices
connecting, 47
copying files, 47 to 49
types, 46
Index 84
V
Video
codec, 30
conversion, 46
display modes, 32
DivX registration code, 61
file formats, 30
playing, 30 to 31
printing, 59
problems, 65 to 66
screen size, 31
selecting NTSC or PAL, 62
settings, 61
View Rated Files, 14
W
Wallpaper, 54
Windows
disconnecting from, 44
system requirements, 70
X
xD-Picture card, 16
Z
Zooming images, 27
Index 85
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