ADPF10XN Instruction Manual

ADPF10XN Instruction Manual

ADPF10XN

Instruction Manual

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ADPF10XN Digital Photo Frame User Guide

Thank you for purchasing the ADPF10XN 10.4” digital photo frame (DPF). Before operating your new digital photo frame please carefully read this instruction manual. If at any time during the life of your digital photo frame you encounter technical difficulties, please contact …….

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Table of contents

Table of contents 3

Package contents

Safety Warnings

Installing your unit

Connecting to a computer

Controls

Using your remote control

Using your digital photo frame

Browsing photos

Photo settings

Watching a video

Video settings

Listening to music

Music settings

Copy / Delete files

Clock, calendar and alarm settings

Clock and calendar

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Auto power

Calendar display

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Frequently asked questions 15

Troubleshooting 16

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Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of the ADPF10XN. Before operating your new unit, please read this manual carefully and retain it for future reference. This manual will help you use many of the exciting and useful features that will make your digital photo frame viewing more enjoyable.

The ADPF10XN lets you view digital pictures directly from your camera's memory cards. You will be able to create a slideshow using multiple transition effects, or display one picture at a time. No computer, digital camera or Internet connection is required.

This ADPF10XN is compatible with the following popular memory card formats:

Compact Flash®, SD™, XD, Multi-Media Card™, and Memory Stick®.

It can also read files stored on a USB flash drive, inserted in the USB host port.

Package Contents

USB cable

User guide

Digital photo frame

Remote control

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Safety Warnings

This symbol is intended to alert the user of the presence of non-insulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to a person.

Before operating your ADPF10XN please carefully read the instruction manual.

This product is not intended to be used by young children unless adequately supervised by a responsible adult.

This product is intended for household use only. Commercial or industrial use will void the warranty.

This product contains high voltage and should only be serviced by an authorized service centre.

Only power your ADPF10XN from a power source that corresponds with the rating label on the back of the unit. If you are unsure please call your local power company.

If your ADPF10XN becomes damaged please seek advise from you local service centre by calling 1300 300 346.

Turn off your ADPF10XN before storing or attempting to clean it.

Do not expose your ADPF10XN to wet or humid environments.

Do not expose your ADPF10XN to heat sources such as heaters or radiators.

Do not expose your ADPF10XN to naked flames such as candles.

Do not cover the ventilation slots.

Do not touch the LCD screen; it is easily damaged.

Only clean your ADPF10XN with a damp cotton cloth. Do not use cleaning agents or solvents.

Do not attempt to service your ADPF10XN, there are no user serviceable parts contained inside.

Please refer all servicing to a qualified service agent.

*Note. Some dark and bright spots may appear on your ADPF10XN. This is normal and in most cases they will disappear after a period of time.

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Installing your unit

Before installing you ADPF10XN, please find a flat and stable surface on which to place it.

Open the package and remove the protective sleeve from the unit.

Locate the removable stand and place it in the corresponding holes at the back of the unit.

Plug the AC adapter into the power outlet. Plug the other end into the unit.

Insert a memory card or USB storage device into the ADPF10XN.

*Note: Please ensure that you have one photo, music or video file downloaded onto the memory card.

Connecting to a computer

The following is a step by step guide to loading pictures from your computer directly to your

ADPF10XN.

Using the USB cable provided, plug the mini USB end into the digital picture frame.

Plug the other end of the cable into a USB port on your computer.

Turn on your ADPF10XN.

Upon connecting the unit to your computer, the picture frame interface will display as “Connected to PC”.

On your PC go to “My Computer”.

Under “Removable Device.” You will see a number of different drives. Each drive represents a removable storage device connected to your ADPF10XN.

Locate and select the contents that you wish to download onto the ADPF10XN. Drag and drop the photos into the selected Removable Device.

*Note: Do not insert a USB flash drive into the USB port on the ADPF10XN while it is already connected to a computer.

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Controls

Interfaces

1. Up

2. Down

3. Enter

4. Left

5. Right

6. Exit

7. USB host/port

8. USB device

10.. CF card Slot

11. Power switch

9. SD/MMC/MS/xD Card Slot 12. Power socket

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Using your remote control

Button Description and function

Switch on/off the ADPF10XN

Switch between Image/Music/Video

Start a slideshow

Opens the Setup menu

Opens the Function menu

Back / Home

Increases the volume

Decreases the volume

Confirm selection or rotate picture

Zoom in on the picture or video

Zoom out from the picture or video

Play / Pause

Navigate Up on screen

Navigate Down on screen

Navigate Left on screen

Navigate Right on screen

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Using your digital photo frame

Before starting please make sure you have at least one image, video or music file on your memory card or USB storage device.

Switch on the frame and insert a memory card into the unit; it will automatically start a slideshow.

Press the “Back” button on the remote control; it will display the main menu.

Press the “Back” button until the screen displays all available storage devices.

Use the directional arrows on the remote control, highlight the desired file or image / music / video from a flash device, USB, CF, SD, MMC, MS, XD.

0Press the “Enter” button or wait for 3 seconds. The ADPF10XN will enter into the corresponding

IMAGE / MUSIC / VIDEO / CLOCK interface automatically.

*Note: You can see the icons for Memory, USB, CF/ and D/MMC/MS/xD in the top left of the screenshot above.

Browsing photos

Before starting, please make sure you have at least one image, video or music file on your memory card or USB storage device.

Press the “Back” button until the screen displays all available storage devices.

Using the directional arrows

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highlight the desired flash device (USB, CF, SD, MMC, MS,

Press the “Enter” button or wait for 3 seconds. The cursor position will move to the corresponding interface.

Using the directional arrows highlight an image and press the “Enter” button or wait for 2-3 seconds and the cursor position will move to the image in thumbnail format.

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Photo settings

While viewing an individual image, press the “Setup” button on the remote control. You will then be given a list of possible features to change:

OSD Language

Slide Duration

Slide Order

Slide Effect

Display Mode

Photo Play Mode

Photo Effect

Photo Frame

Contrast

Brightness

Colour

Reset

Select the on screen display language (English, French, German,

Netherlands or Spanish).

Select the duration of time between slides (Slow/Normal/Fast).

Select the slideshow order: Normal or Random.

Adjust the transition effect between each image in a slideshow. Optional effects include Off, Random, Slide, Door, Shutter, Mosaic, Cross Comb,

Corner Slide, Snail, Dissolving or Roll.

Select image display size, Original or Full screen.

Select an image play mode. Select between: Single play mode, Slide show mode, Multi image mode, Multi round thumb, Round thumb, Free thumb, Puzzle and Photo info.

Select different effects for the current image. Select between: Black &

White, Sepial1, Sepial2, Sepial3 and No Effect (original colour).

Select different frame effects for the current photo.

Adjust display contrast.

Adjust display brightness.

Adjust display colour.

Return to the factory default setting.

Watching a video

Before starting please make sure you have at least one image, video or music file on your memory card or USB storage device. To watch a movie file follow these steps:

Press the “Back” button until the screen displays all available storage devices.

Using the directional the arrows highlight ‘’Video’’, press the “Enter” button or wait for 3 seconds, the cursor position will move to the list of available videos.

Using the directional arrows watch the selected video.

highlight the desired video file and press the “Enter” button to

Press the “Back” button on the remote control to display the video with a small screen.

Press the smaller screen.

button to zoom in to a full screen display, and press to zoom back to the

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Video Settings

Press the “Func” button on the remote control to display the video setup menu. Using the directional arrows selecting and pressing the following buttons will:

Play previous video file

Show the video being played in full screen mode

Fast forward

Play / Pause video

Fast backward

Stop playing video

Play next video file

*Note: Under full screen video play mode, press play next video file.

to play previous video file, press

Press to fast forward and press to fast rewind.

Use the directional arrow for repeat mode:

Repeat all files

No repeat

Random repeat all files

Repeat single file

Repeat folder

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Listening to music

Before starting please make sure you have at least one image, video or music file on your memory card or USB storage device. To listen to a music file please follow these steps:

Press the “Back” button until the screen displays all available storage devices. Using the directional arrows highlight ‘’Music’’. Press the “Enter” button or wait for 3 seconds. The cursor position will move to the list of available music files.

Press the directional arrows to switch between the lists of music files. Using the directional arrows highlight the desired music file and press the “Enter” button to listen to it.

Music settings

Press the “Func” button on the remote control to display the music setup menu. Using the directional arrows selecting and pressing the following buttons will:

Play previous music file

Fast forward

Play / Pause music

Fast backward

Stop playing music

Play next music file

Use the directional arrow for repeat mode:

Repeat all files

No repeat

Random repeat all files

Repeat single file

Repeat folder

Using the directional arrow select from the following EQ (equaliser) effects: Ballad, Club, R&B,

Dance, Normal, Rock, Classic, jazz, Pop or Studio.

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Copy / Delete files

Use the following commands to copy and delete files:

Copy / Delete images

Under the Photo thumbnail menu, use the directional arrows images.

Press the “Func” button then the “Setup” button on the remote control.

A menu will be displayed to copy, move or delete the selected image.

Copy / Delete music

to highlight the desired

Under the Music list menu, use the directional arrows to highlight the desired music file.

Press the “Func” button and then the “Setup” button on the remote control.

A menu will be displayed to copy, move or delete the selected music file.

Copy / Delete Video

Under the video list menu use the directional arrows to highlight the desired video file.

Press the “Func” button and then the “Setup” button on the remote control.

A menu will be displayed to copy, move or delete the selected video file.

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Clock, Calendar and Alarm settings

To set up the clock, calendar and alarm settings, follow these steps:

Clock and calendar

Using the directional arrows highlight the “Clock” icon

Press the “Enter” button or wait for 3 seconds, it will enter into clock/calendar interface.

Press the “Setup” button on the remote control. You will then be given the following list of possible settings:

OSD Language: Select the on screen display language. Select between: English, French,

German, Netherlands or Spanish

Date & Time: Press the “Enter” button on the remote and using the directional arrows

set the date (YY-MM-DD), Time and Time mode (12 hours / 24 hours).

Alarm

Alarm: Press the “Enter” button and using the directional arrows set the alarm:

Repeat: Select alarm Disable / One Day / Every Day / Weekday / Weekend.

Time Settings: Set the time for the alarm.

Sound: Select your favorite alarm sound.

Auto power

Auto Power: Press the “Enter” button and using the directional arrows power on/off:

set the auto

Repeat: Select auto power on/off Disable / One Day / Every Day / Weekday / Weekend

Power on time: Set the time when you want the unit to automatically power on.

Power off time: Set the time when you want the unit to automatically power off.

Calendar display

Calendar Display: Select the calendar display mode. Select between: slide, with single, with clock.

Contrast: Adjust the display contrast.

Brightness: Adjust the display brightness.

Colour: Adjust display colour.

*Note: The frame will enter into the Calendar interface when the cursor stays on the image/video interface for longer than 7 minutes.

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Frequently asked questions

Q: Why do my images take so long to load?

A: Generally, the higher the resolution of an image, the longer it will take to load. Resizing your images to a lower resolution will quicken the processing time.

Q: What is the best picture resolution to display on the screen?

A: The frame’s best resolution is 800x600.

Q: How can I get my videos to play on the frame?

A: Please ensure that your video files are in a compatible format. This product will play MPEG

1/2/4 , DivX (except V3.11) encoded.

Q: How do I store music files?

A: First, use a personal computer and popular audio editing software to convert your music to

MP3 or WMA format .The ADPF10XN will only play MP3 and WMA files, so all Windows Media

Player™ and/or iTunes™ files will have to be converted first. You can use a card reader or your digital camera to transfer those files to your memory card.

Q: Does the ADPF10XN have built-in memory?

A: No. The ADPF10XN does not have internal memory.

Q: How come the ADPF10XN does not show some of my images?

A: The ADPF10XN is designed to show images following the same camera industry standards.

This format is a JPEG or BMP. Some images, such as web images, scanned images, or images in RAW format, are not stored according to camera industry standards and therefore cannot be displayed correctly on the ADPF10XN. Please use your PC applications to convert such images into standard JPEG or BMP format before viewing them on the ADPF10XN. If using Photoshop ensure that the JPEG/BMP are saved as baseline standard and NOT progressive.

Q: If I keep showing the same image for a long time, will it damage the LCD screen?

A: No. The ADPF10XN can display the same image continuously for a long time. But it is recommended not to show the same image continuously for more than 1 month.

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Troubleshooting

Symptom

ADPF10XN doesn’t power on

No Start-up screen

No photo, videos or music files on the memory card

Cause

The power connector to the unit is not securely inserted.

Card is wrongly inserted

Corrective Actions

Make sure you connect the AC adapter to the frame properly. When you connect the AC adapter to the frame and power up the unit, even without a memory card, you should see a blank screen. If you don’t see the lit screen, check if the power is connected to the

ADPF10XN and make sure it is securely attached.

Memory card is not inserted correctly

Insert a supported memory card.

Verify if the way you inserted the card is correct. Make sure the front label of the memory card is facing AWAY from the front of the unit. Do not force the memory card into the slot.

The file doesn’t play

Incompatible format

Make sure there is at least one supported image/music/video file on the memory card.

Compatible Photo format: JPEG, BMP

Compatible Music format: MP3, WMA

Compatible Video format: MPEG 1/2/4, DivX (except

V3.11)

If at any time during the life of your digital photo frame you encounter technical difficulties, please contact ……..

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