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HIGH DEFINITION MULTIMEDIA PLAYER

USER MANUAL

Thank you for purchasing this product. For your safety and this products optimum performance,please read this instruction manual first before using. Please keep this manual handy for future reference.

RTD1185V1.0

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRODUCT OVERVIEW SPECIFICATIONS SYSTEM CONNECTION FIRST USAGE MAINTENANCE TIPS BRIEF FEATURES FRONT PANEL REAL PANEL REMOTE CONTROLLER SYSTEM INITIALIZATION MENU LANGUAGE SYSTEM TIME HOME MENU SYSTEM SETUP FILE MANAGER MUSIC MENU PHOTO MENU MOVIES MENU SETUP MENU TEXT ENCODING R/RW AUTO-PLAY SCREEN SAVER MINIKBD LANGUAGE SCAN STORAGE AUDIO SETUP VIDEO SETUP FILE MANAGER PLAY PLAY MUSIC CREATE NEW PLAYLIST PLAY PHOTO PLAY MOVIES IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .........3 .........3 .........3 .........4 .........5 .........5 .........6 .........6 . . . . . . . . . 7--8 .........9 .........9 .........9 . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . 12--13 . . . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . . . 15 . . . . . . . . . 15 . . . . . . . . . 15 . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . . 18--20 . . . . . . . . . 21--32 . . . . . . . . . 33--43 . . . . . . . . . 44--46 . . . . . . . . . 47--58 . . . . . . . . . 59--71 . . . . . . . . . 72

PRODUCT OVERVIEW Thank you for purchasing the media player. this user manula provides step-by-setp instructions for installing and using your new media player. for the lastest product information and news, vist our website. The pruduct a compact, high-definition(HD)USB2.0 media player that attaches to an entertainmedt unit through a variety of audio/ video interfaces and supports playback of major audio, video, and image file formats. it supports high-definition for TVs with lower capabilities. high-fidelity digital audio is suppouted from an optical interface. Two usb ports are available to connect USB storage devices. The included remote control lets you quickly browst through your media library and configure settings.

SPECIFICATIONS H.264 Decode: Main and High Profile @ Level 4.1, Baseline profile @ Level 3.1 TS (.ts, .m2ts, .mts, .tp, .trp) VC-1: SP, MP, AP@L3 AVI (.avi, .divx) MKV (.mkv, .xvid) MP4, MOV (.mp4, .mov, .xvid, .m4v) DAT, MPG, MPEG (.dat, .mpg, .mpeg) VOB/ISO/FLV (.vob) RM/RMVB RV8 RV9/720P M-JPEG: support up to 640x480x30p MPEG-1: support up to 1920x1080x30p MPEG-2: support up to HD MPEG4 SP/ASP: up to 1920x1080x30p DIVX 3/4/5/6 support up to1920108030P

SYSTEM CONNECTION Please undergoing the below operation before using the player. Connect HDMI cable or component cable, audio cable and power cord. Instered USB flash driver or set USB hard disk playing file. Setup TV in HDMI inputer mode or component input, and power on media player, then there will be media player operating interface on TV screen. 3

Connect optical or coxial output with amplifier input.

NOTE: Setup digital output under AUDIO menu as HDMI LPCM. CONNECTING COMPUTER power on the player connect USB cable to the port. connect the other end of cable to computer. Storage device connection(like: usb drive, mp3, hard disk etc)after plug, press copy button to copy the contents from usb to hard disk. AUDIO/VIDEO CONNECTION plug the 3-color-av cable to the docks properly. plug the other ends to the outputs of TV. after connection you could playback files on TV display. HDMI OUTPUT(AV OUT) plug the HDMI cable to the docks properly. plug the other ends to the outputs of TV. STEREO SYSTEM CONNECTION connect RCA cable bundles to S/PDIF ports, if use optical cable, please Connect to S/PDIF ports. plug cable bundle to stereo system ports. POWER CONNECTION connect AC adaptor to the DC interface of player. connect player to AC power. INTERNET CONNECTION Please prepare an internet cable before goes the following steps. connect the internet plug to RJ45 dock of player. onnect the other end to router or internet devices. FIRST USAGE REMOTE CONTROL First use of remote control please install the batteries firstly. Power ON player will enter power on status when supply with power. front panel backlit turn blue when power on. 4

Power OFF in playback or other interface, user can press power button from the player or from remote to power off. display will boot to power off interface. after power off, front panel backlit will turn off and power indicator turn red. disconnect the power supply and indicator will turn off.

LANGUAGE System language can be set to English or other languages. To select language is from setting interface. MAINTENANCE TIPS The product is of complicated and sophisticated structure, so only service-trained professionals are allowed to open the product to prevent damage to the product. Do not dismantle components of the product on your own. The warranty mark will be invalidated automatically if you dismantle and repair the adapter and its power cord. Do not open the enclosure of the product to ensure your safety. Please ask service-trained professionals to conduct maintenance if necessary. To replace devices or accessories, please select the original ones designated by the manufacturer.

BRIEF FEATURES Video decoding: support MKV, TS, M2TS, TP, TRP, VC1, AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB, ISO, MOV, ASX, DIVX, XDIV, RM / RMVB, format files, up to 1920X1080P resolution. Audio decoding: supported DTS MASTER AUDIO, BOLBY TURE HD, AC3, AAC, APE, FLAC and ALAC. MP3, WMA, WAV, Ogg vorbis, Decodes BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF and other popular picture formats. Subtitle support *.SRT, *.SSA,*.AAS, *.SUB formats files. File system: support read, write, copy, delete and move under FAT16/32, NTFS, (Linux)EXT3. Friendly UI and easy operation. Variable Aspect Ratio(4:3,16:9) with pan vector or Letter Box option. Support forward, backward and pause mode. Software upgraded by USB Host.

FRONT PANEL

1. Power key 1. Power LED

3. Receptor IR 2. Reset key

REAL PANEL

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2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

9 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Optical audio output Coaxial audio output Reset key HDMI output Ethernet interface USB to pc USB 2.0 host

Power switch DC IN 12V 2.5A Component video(Y)output Component video(Pb/Cb)output Component video(Pr/Cr) output CVBS video output Right audio output Left auido output

INTRODUCTION FOR REMOTE CONTROLLER POWER: Turn on/off the media player MUTE: Turn off the volume, press again to turn on the volume again Number KEYS: Select the number of input GOTO: Search for an arbitrary point in time to play INFO: Displays the current state of play and system mode SETUP: During playback, into the system setup options TVMODE: Loop switch output screen resolution 720p/1080p PSCAN: Loop switch output the screen ratio 4:3/16:9 DEVICE: Stop the connected peripherals AUDIO: Loop switch audio output format SUB-T: Switch the subtitles supported by the media files MAIN: Enter the guide menu, you can choose system setup directly 7

INTRODUCTION FOR REMOTE CONTROLLER EXIT: Enter the guide menu, you can choose system setup directly OPTION: Press to pop up option menu when playing files Press to pop up iption menu in file browser VIEW: Loop switch the current file browse mode P-LIST: Create a file Playlist, when browse file listing mode EDIT: copy, move,Rename, your files ZOOM: Zoom in/out mode playback SLOW: Slow motion button, press Play button to return to normal playback REPEAT: Repeat the current playback A-B: Repeat files from point A to point B TITLE: When playing a file has navigation menu, press to return to the title menu MENU: When playing a file has navigation menu, press to return to the main menu 8

SYSTEM INITIALIZATION At first start up,Initial Setupmenu will come up for assigning following system settings.

G 2.0-1 MENU LANGUAGE Initial Setup - > Menu Language Select from the list of languages UsingUpandDownbuttons to select item, pressOKto confirm.

G 2.1-1 SYSTEM TIME Initial Setup - > Time The second is to set the time, shown in Figure G 2.2-1 PressOKbutton to enter time adjustment screen, shown in Figure G 2.2-2, use the arrow keyLeftandRightbuttons to select items, 9

and the arrow keyUpandDownbuttons to adjust the value of year, month, day, hour, minute, second.

G 2.2-2 PressOKbutton to enter the confirmation screen G 2.2-3, select YesorNopressOKbutton to confirm.

G 2.2-3 NOTE: Once theTimesettings are applied, and Home Menu launches. Initial Setup menu will not appear when next re-start the system. Home Menu Every time you start the system, you will see the Home Menu except first time to configure the initial setup, shown in Figure G 3.0-1. At Home Menu, use the arrow keyLeftandRightbuttons to select each item, to enter the item please pressOKbutton. Each item described as below .

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G 3.0-1 SYSTEM SETUP

Set the system functions, such as System, Audio, video, Misc... etc.

FILE MANAGER

If external storage devices be plugged in system, such as USB flash drive, USB HDD, it will begin to scan all files of this device and will identify the media types to place in different folder. The File Manager menu is a folder which allows you browse and play music, photo and movie files stored on a HDD or an external USB device.

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MUSIC MENU

The Music menu is the folder which to place the music files.

PHOTO MENU

The Photo menu is the folder which to place the photos.

MOVIES MENU

The Movies menu is the folder which to place the movies files. There are all items of the Home Menu. Later chapters we will describe in more detail.

SETUP MENU It is recommended that the Setup menu be applied to set the user environment when first using the system. In Home Menu, use theLeftandRightbuttons to select Setup item and pressOKbutton to enter the menu.

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G 4.0-2 Setup Menu according to the setting type is divided into five. System - Associated with the entire system environment settings, such as menu language, time, screen saver. Audio - Setup HDMI and SPDIF output mode . Video - Output mode can be set as Aspect ratio, TV system, Video zoom etc. MISC - Other miscellaneous settings, such as version information, USB upgrade etc. Described as follows System -> Setup -> System Menu Language Setup -> System -> Menu Language

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G 4.1.1-1 In screen G 4.1.1-1, pressOKbutton to enter the multi-language list and use the arrow keyUpandDownbuttons to select the language, PressOKbutton to confirm.

G 4.1.1-2 TEXT ENCODING Setup -> System -> Text Encoding you can choice the different encoding, Unicode (UTF8), Simplified Chinese (GBK), Traditional Chinese (BIG5), Turkish, etc., pressUpandDownbuttons to select item, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 4.1.2-2 R/RW AUTO-PLAY Setup -> System -> R/RW Auto-Play If you system has plugged in DVD-R/RW loader, enable this option will auto play. PressOKbutton to enter the confirmation screen, select YesorNopressOKbutton to confirm.

SCREEN SAVER Setup -> System -> Screen Saver This setup is to enable or disable the screen saver function UsingUpandDownbuttons to selectOnorOff, PressOKbutton to confirm.

MINIKBD LANGUAGE Setup -> System -> MiniKBD Language To select language of on screen Mini Keyboard, including English Lower Zhu Yin - phonetic input TChinese - Traditional Chinese SChinese - Simplified Chinese Please useUpandDownbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 4.1.8-1 SCAN STORAGE Setup -> System -> Scan storage This item is to set the scan mode of the storage detection Auto scan on - system will scan the storage automatically Auto scan off Rescan storage Stop scanning storage Do not scan the storage Please useUpandDownbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm.

G 4.1.9-1 RESUME PLAY The device support video resume play function. This item is to enable or disable the resume play function Factory Default This item is to resume the default value of the system setup. 16

AUDIO SETUP Setup -> Audio

G 4.2-1 This menu is to set audio environment, shown in Figure G 4.2-1, including Night Mode HDMI Output SPDIF Output

G 4.2-1 Night Mode Setup -> Audio -> Night Mode This item is to select Open/Close the night mode to reduce the sound. HDMI Output Setup -> Audio -> HDMI Output This setting is optional HDMI Audio on the output mode, including LCPMLinear pulse code modulation two channel 17

LCPM Multi-Channel-Linear pulse code modulation Multi-Channel 5.1,7.1 RAW Audio Raw data.

G 4.2.2-1 UsingUpandDownbuttons to select item, pressOKbutton to confirm.

SPDIF Output Setup -> Audio -> SPDIF Output This setting can choose the Audio SPDIF output modes, including LCPM Linear pulse code modulation two channel RAW Audio Raw data.

G 4.2.3-1 UsingUpandDownbuttons to select item, press theOKbutton to confirm.

VIDEO SETUP Setup -> Video Setup menu third option is video environmental settings, including 18

Aspect Ratio -> TV System -> Video Zoom -> Digital Noise Reduction -> 1080P 24HZ.

G 4.3-1 Aspect Ratio Setup -> Video -> Aspect Ratio This setting can choose the ratio of the screen, including Pan & Scan 4:3 - 16:9 picture in 4:3 screen mode which adjust the ratio to meet 4:3 Letter Box 4:3 - 16:9 picture in 4:3 screen mode which leave the black side in up and down. 16:9 -> 16:10.

G 4.3.1-1 TV System Setup -> Video -> TV System This item can choose TV system, options include NTSC - National Television System Committee PAL - (Phase Alternating Line) Recommendation ITU-R BT.470-6, Conventional Television Systems 480P -> 576P -> 720P 50Hz -> 720P 60Hz -> 1080i 50Hz -> 1080i 19

60Hz -> 1080P 50Hz -> 1080P 60Hz.

G 4.3.2-1 Video Zoom Setup -> Video -> Video Zoom This item is able to select video zoom in/out function. Digital Noise Reduction Setup -> Video -> Digital Noise Reduction This setup is to enable or disable the digital noise reduction

G 4.3.4-1 1080P 24HZ Setup -> Video -> 1080P 24HZ If the TV supports 1080P 24HZ, you can turn on this option.

MISC Setup -> MISC Other miscellaneous settings Version Info - List of some version information. 20

Parental Control USB upgrade Using USB flash drive loaded Firmware, and follow the instructions to automatically upgrade.

FILE MANAGER PLAY The File Manager allows you browse and play music, photo and movie files stored on a HDD or an external USB device, DVD disc, etc. To enter the menu, select File Manager from the Home Menu.

G 5.0-1 Browsing File File Manage -> pressOptionbutton PressOptionbutton to pop up Option window which can switch the browsing file mode, including Thumbnail, List, Preview, All Media, Movies, Photos, Music Using the arrow keyLeftandRightbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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Thumbnails File Manage -> press Option button -> Thumbnails This item is to set the browser with thumbnail mode, Figure G 5.1-1 Music menu has the rules of thumbnails. Directory Thumbnail If there is at least one image file under this directory then the directory will have a thumbnail which made from this image file. Otherwise it will have a normal thumbnail made from default directory picture.

G 5.1.1-1 In thumbnail mode, you can press buttons: Arrowto browse files, NextorPreviousto jump page, OKto enter directory if it exists, Returnto back to the previous directory. OKbutton to play Audio, Video, Photos etc.

List File Manage -> pressOptionbutton -> List Using this option to view the files byList, Figure G 5.1.2 -1

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G 5.1.2-1 Preview File Manage -> pressOptionbutton -> Preview Using this option to preview the file, when you focus on file, it will play video or display a picture and show the information in preview window, shown in Figure G 5.1.3-1.

G 5.1.3-1 All Media File Manager -> pressOptionbutton ->All Media All of the file including movies, music and photos will show in screen.

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G 5.1.4-1 Movies File Manager -> pressOptionbutton -> Movies Only Movies file show in screen.

G 5.1.5-1 Photos File Manager -> pressOptionbutton -> Photos Only photo files show in screen. This browsing photos function supports High Definition Photo Playback.

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G 5.1.6-1 Music File Manager -> pressOptionbutton -> Music Only music files show in screen. This browsing music files function supports Audio Playback.

G 5.1.7-1 File Editing File Manager -> PressGreenbutton PressGreenbutton will pop up File Editing window, there are items to do file handling operation, including Copy -> Delete -> Move -> Rename -> Send to Buddy -> Multiple Select -> Described as follows Copy File Manager -> PressGreenbutton -> Copy Single fileCopyoperation step: Select the file and pressGreenbutton to pop up File Editing window. 25

G 5.2.1-1 Select Copy option will pop up Copy Destination window. Follow the instructions below the screen will copy files to the destination.

G 5.2.1-2 Delete File Manager -> PressGreenbutton -> Delete Single fileDeleteoperation step: Select the file and pressGreenbutton to pop up File Editing window. SelectDeleteitem Follow the instructions below the screen to complete the operation.

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G 5.2.2-1 Move File Manager -> pressGreenbutton -> Move Single fileMoveoperation step: Select the file and pressGreenbutton to pop up File Editing window. SelectMoveitem Follow the instructions below the screen to complete the operation.

G 5.2.3-1 Rename File Manager -> pressGreenbutton -> RenameRenameoperation step: Select the file that you want to rename and pressGreenbutton to pop up File Editing window.

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G 5.2.4-1 SelectRenameitem will pop up Rename window.

G 5.2.4-2 SelectRenameoption to enter Mini Keyboard and then edit the file name.

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Finally, confirm the operation.

G 5.2.4-4 Multiple Select ( Using File List) If you want to select multiple files to Copy, Delete or Move files (except Rename) in file browser (File Manager, Music, Photo or Movies). PressGreenbutton will pop up File Editing window, shown in G 5.2.5-1,

G 5.2.5-1 you can use theFile Listdescribed as below: SelectMultiple Selectitem, it will come up aFile listwindow.

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G 5.2.5-2 Please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus onFile List.

G 5.2.5-3 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, select the item that you want to operate, where for example isCreate Photo Album, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 5.2.5-4 If you want to rename Album file, please selectRenameand pressOkbutton to confirm it which will pop upMini Keyboardto edit file name.

G 5.2.5-5 Please follow the instruction below the screen fill the Album file name in Edit Bar. Select Edit Bar or OK pattern pressOkbutton to confirm.

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G 5.2.5-6 Select OK pattern pressOKbutton to confirm. It will back toFile List, pressGreenbutton selectExitto complete the operation.

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Music Menu The Music menu is the folder placing the music files. You can browse all music files in the folder and can play the music file that you selected.

G 6.0-1 PLAY MUSIC Music -> pressOKorPlaybutton If you want to play the selected music file, pressOKbutton orPlaybutton to start playback. During playback, you can press buttons: Nextto jump to the next song in play list, Previousto jump to the previous song in play list, VOL+/-to increase or decrease the volume, Stopto stop play, Returnwill return to file browser, but still continued playing.

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You can press theOptionbutton to selectRepeat Modeduring playback. Repeat Off -> Repeat One -> Repeat All -> Shuffle Loop

G 6.1-2 Browsing File Music -> pressOptionbutton PressingOptionbutton in the Music browser, shown in Figure G 6.1-3, will pop up Option window which can switch the browsing file mode, including

G 6.1-3 Search -> Thumbnail -> List -> Preview -> All Songs -> Albums -> Artists Genres -> Years -> Playlists -> Recently Played -> Recently Added -> Name Use the arrowUpandDownbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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You can selectSearchoption to search file by name.

G 6.2.1-1 Thumbnails Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Thumbnails Music menu has the rules of thumbnails. Directory Thumbnail If there is at least one image file under this directory then the directory will have a thumbnail which made from this image file. Otherwise it will have a normal thumbnail made from default directory picture.

G 6.2.2-1 List Music -> PressOptionbutton -> List Music file browser display files byList.

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G 6.2.3-1 Preview Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Preview Using this option to preview the file, when you focus on file, it will show the information in preview window, shown in Figure G 6.5-1.

G 6.2.4-1 Go to Folder Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Go to Folder This option will go to the folder where the file place in, and will transfer the menu from Music into File Manager with option: Music.

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G 6.2.5-1 All Songs Music -> PressOptionbutton -> All Songs. In Music file browser, the default option isAll Songs, it will list the total music files in this browser no matter where the file place in.

G. 6.2.6-1 Albums Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Albums. The music file with the information included Album, Artist, Genre, Year, etc. You can choose the files are classified by Album. Press OK button to enter the folder.

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G 6.2.7-1 Artists Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Artists. The files are classified by Artists.

G 6.2.8-1 Genres Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Genres. The files are classified by Genres.

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G 6.2.9-1 Years Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Years. The files are classified by Years.

G 6.2.10-1 Playlists Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Playlists. The files are classified by Playlists.

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G 6.2.11-1 Recently Played Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Recently Played. This option will sort files byRecently played.

G 6.2.12-1 Recently Added Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Recently Added. The files are sorted byRecently Added.

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G 6.2.13-1 Name Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Name. The files are sorted by name.

G 6.2.14-1 File Handling (Using File List) Music -> PressRedbutton. PressRedbutton will pop up File List window, there are items to do file handling operation, including. Copy -> Delete -> Move -> Save Playlist.

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G 6.3-1 Described as below Copy/Delete/Move operation Music -> PressRedbutton -> Copy

Copyoperation step: In File List window, please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus onFile List.

G 6.3.1-1 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, select Copy, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 6.3.1-2 Select the directory inCopy Destinationand pressPlaybutton to do the operation.

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G 6.3.1-4 Delete and Move operation is the same asCopyoperation, please reference toCopyprocess. CREATE NEW PLAYLIST Music -> PressRedbutton -> Save Playlist If you want to create a new audio playlist please follow the step: In File List window, please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus on File List

G 6.3.2-1 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, select Save Playlist, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 6.3.2-2 If you want to rename playlist file, please selectRenameand press Okbutton to confirm it which will pop upMini Keyboardto edit file name.

G 6.3.2-3 Please follow the instruction below the screen fill the playlist file name in Edit Bar. Select Edit Bar or OK pattern pressOkbutton to confirm

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G 6.3.2-4 Select OK pattern pressOKbutton to confirm. It will back toFile List, pressGreenbutton selectExitto complete the operation.

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PLAY PHOTO The Photos menu is the folder placing the image files. You can browse all image files in the folder and can display the image file you selected.

G 7.0-1 Display & Slide Show Photos -> pressOKorPlaybutton If you want to display the selected image file or slide show in full screen, pressOKbutton orPlaybutton to start the operation. During display, you can press buttons: Nextto jump to the next file in the play list, Previousto jump to the previous file in the play list, Zoomto zoom in/out 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X StoporReturnto stop playing. PressInfobutton to display the information of the image file.

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NOTE: 1. When the photo is displayed in full screen mode, the slide show starts automatically. 2. While listening to MP3 files, you can browse the photos at the same time. During playback, you can pressOptionbutton to change the setup of slide show. There are Slide Timing Setting the display time of each picture. Slide Transition Optional special effects when switch picture Repeat off To Stop Slide Show. Repeat all To show all files in the play list. Shuffle Loop - Randomly select file in the play list during Slide Show Select Music - Background music can

G 7.1-3 Browsing File Photo -> pressOptionbutton Pressing Option button in the Photo browser, shown in Figure G 7.2-1, will pop up Option window which can switch the browsing file mode, including.

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G 7.2-1 Thumbnail -> List -> Preview -> Photo Directory -> Date View -> All Photos -> Albums Name -> Recently Added.

Recently Played Use the arrowUpandDownbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm. Search Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Search You can selectSearchoption to search file by name.

G 7.2.1-1 Thumbnails Photos -> Press Option button -> Thumbnails Photos menu has the rules of thumbnails. Directory Thumbnail If there is at least one image file under this directory then the directory will have a thumbnail which made from this image file. Otherwise it will have a normal thumbnail made from 49

default directory picture. File Thumbnail All the photos have their thumbnail made from themselves.

List Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> List Photos file browser display files byList.

Preview Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Preview Using this option to preview the file, when you focus on file, it will show the information in preview window, shown in Figure G 7.2.4-1

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G 7.2.4-1 Photo Directory Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Photo Directory This mode will show the directory where the file place in.

G 7.2.5-1 Date View Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Date View The photo file with the information included Album, Date, etc. You can choose the files are classified by Date. PressOKbutton to enter the folder.

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G 7.2.6-1 All Photos Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> All Photos In Photos file browser, the default option is "All Photos", it will list the total photos in this browser no matter where the file place in, it means, system will scan and collect all photos and listed here.

G 7.2.7-1 Albums Music -> PressOptionbutton -> Albums The photo file with the information included Album, Date, etc. You can choose the files are classified by Albums. PressOKbutton to enter the folder.

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G 7.2.8-1 Go to Folder Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Go to Folder This option will go to the folder where the file place in, and will transfer the menu from Photos into File Manager with option: Photos. Name Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Name This option will sort files by name.

G 7.2.10-1 Recently Added Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Recently Added This option will sort files by Recently Added.

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G 7.2.11-1 Recently Played Photos -> PressOptionbutton -> Recently Played This option will sort files by Recently Played.

G 7.2.12-1 File Handling (Using File List) Photo -> PressRedbutton PressRedbutton will pop up File List window, there are items to do file handling operation, including Copy -> Delete -> Move -> Create Photo Album.

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Described as below

Copy/Delete/Move operation Photo -> PressRedbutton -> Copy Copyoperation step: In File List window, please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus on File List.

G 7.3.1-1 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, selectCopy, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 7.3.1-2 Select the directory inCopy Destinationand pressPlaybutton to do the operation.

G 7.3.1-3 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, selectExitto complete the process.

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G 7.3.1-4 Delete and Move operation is the same asCopyoperation, please reference toCopyprocess. Create Photo Album Photo -> PressRedbutton -> Create Photo Album If you want to create a new photo album please follow the step: 1. In File List window, please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus on File List.

G 7.3.2-1 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, select Create Photo Album, pressOKbutton to confirm.

G 7.3.2-2 If you want to rename playlist file, please selectRenameand press Okbutton to confirm it which will pop upMini Keyboardto edit file name. 57

G 7.3.2-3 Please follow the instruction below the screen fill the playlist file name in Edit Bar. Select Edit Bar or OK pattern pressOkbutton to confirm

G 7.3.2-4 Select OK pattern pressOKbutton to confirm. It will back toFile List, pressGreenbutton selectExitto complete the operation.

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G 7.3.2-6 PLAY MOVIES The Movies menu is the folder placing the video files. You can browse all video files in the folder and can play the video file that you selected.

G 8.0-1 Video Player Movies -> pressOKorPlaybutton If you want to play the selected video file in full screen, pressOK button orPlaybutton to start the operation. During playback, you can press buttons: Leftto skip to the position after 10 sec Rightto jump back to the position before 10 sec FFto fast forward 1.5x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x FRto fast rewind 1x, 1.5x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x 59

Nextto jump to the next section in video playing Previousto jump to the previous section in video playing Zoomto zoom in/out 2X, 3X, 4X, 8X StoporReturnto stop playing PressInfobutton to display the information of the video file.

G 8.1-2 During playback, you can also pressOptionbutton to change the setup of playback.

G 8.1-3 DVD Menu Movies -> Playback -> pressOptionbutton -> DVD Menu When playing DVD, it will return to DVD main menu if this option be selected. Subtitle Movies -> Playback -> pressOptionbutton -> Subtitle To set the national language subtitles, there are Open/Close show subtitle Position of subtitles: 0 ~ 640 Font size : 3 ~ 40 Synchronous tuning National language 60

Subtitle color Using arrow keysLeftandRightbutton to select items,Upand Downto adjust the value. PressReturnto back playing.

G 8.1.2-1 Audio Movies -> Playback -> pressOptionbutton -> Audio To set the Audio Mode UsingUpandDownbuttons to select audio mode, OK button to confirm. PressReturnto back playing.

G 8.1.3-1 Go to Movies -> Playback -> pressOptionbutton -> Go to Time shift to the location you wanted There are three type of jump mode: Time : Hour : Min : Sec 61

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G 8.1.4-1 Using arrow keysLeftandRightbutton to select items,Upand Downto adjust the value. PressReturnto back playing.

Video Setting Movies -> Playback -> pressOptionbutton -> Video Setting Brightness -> Contrast -> Saturation -> Hue

G 8.1.5-1 Browsing File Movies -> pressOptionbutton PressingOptionbutton in the Movies browser, shown in Figure G 8.2-1, will pop up Option window which can switch the browsing file mode, including.

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G 8.2-1 Search -> Thumbnails -> List -> Preview -> All Movies -> Show DVDs -> Flash Animation -> Go to Folder -> Name -> Size -> Most Viewed -> Recently Added Use the arrowUpandDownbuttons to select, pressOKbutton to confirm.

Search Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Search You can selectSearchoption to search file by name.

G 8.2.1-1 Thumbnails Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Thumbnails Movies menu has the rules of thumbnails Directory Thumbnail If there is at least one image file under this directory then the directory will have a thumbnail which made from this image file. Otherwise it will have a normal thumbnail made from default directory picture. 63

File Thumbnail If there is an image file which has the same file name with the video file then this video file will have a thumbnail made from this image file. Otherwise it will have a normal thumbnail made from default video picture.

G 8.2.2-1 List Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> List Movies file browser display files byList.

G 8.2.3-1 Preview Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Preview Using this option to preview the file, when you focus on file, it will show the information in preview window, shown in Figure G 8.2.4-1

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G 8.2.4-1 All Movies Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> All Photos In Movies file browser, the default option isAll Movies, it will list the total video files in this browser no matter where the file place in, it means, system will scan and collect all video files and listed here.

G 8.2.5-1 Show DVDs Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Show DVDs This option only shows DVD-related folders or files, others such as avi, mov, rmvb and so on are not displayed.

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G 8.2.6-1 NOTE: This folder is not a directory, but used to play DVDs links Go to Folder Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Go to Folder This option will go to the folder where the file place in, and will transfer the menu from Movies into File Manager with option: Movies.

G 8.2.7-1 Name Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Name This option will sort files by name.

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G 8.2.8-1 Size Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Size This option will sort files by size.

G 8.2.9-1 Most Viewed Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Most Viewed This option will sort files by Most Viewed.

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G 8.2.10-1 Recently Added Movies -> PressOptionbutton -> Recently Added This option will sort files by Recently Added.

G 8.2.11-1 File Handling (Using File List) Movies -> PressRedbutton.

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PressRedbutton will pop up File List window, there are items to do file handling operation, including

Copy -> Delete -> Move NOTE: Unlike Music file browser, Movies file browser no support to create a new playlist Copy/Delete/Move operation Movies -> PressRedbutton -> Delete Deleteoperation step: In File List window, please follow the instructions below the screen select files toFile List, and pressLeftbutton to change focus on File List

G 8.3.1-1 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, select Delete, pressOKbutton to confirm.

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G 8.3.1-2 SelectYesand pressOKbutton to confirm.

G 8.3.1-3 PressOKbutton to confirm the operation.

G 8.3.1-4 PressGreenbutton to pop upMulti-File Editingwindow, 70

selectExitto complete the process.

G 8.3.1-5 Copy and Move operation is the same as Photo file Browser operation, please reference to section 7.3.1 Copy process.

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TIPS: A simple file folder system will greatly accelerate the response speed of the system. More complicated file folders will bring extra load to the system, and affect the processing speed of the system. A single file folder system is recommended. Try to use English and Chinese character for the folder name. Characters no more than 10, excessively frequently; otherwise, the processing speed of the system will be seriously affected. Please do not print the key frequently when the system is busy with your last operation, or the system process speed would be affected seriously. If any fault occurs due to disoperation, please restart and the system will make re-initialization. After being used for a period of time, your mobile harddisk may contain some file fragments. Please properly clear it up in time; otherwise the operating speed of the system will be affected. Please use the DEFRAGMENT program attached to your computer to do such a job. NOTE:Due to continuous perfection and upgrade of the system, the actual display and operations may differ from the operating instructions. This is a normal phenomenon, which will not affect your normal operation and enjoyments. USB INTERFACE COMPATIBILITY The system supports both USB1.1 and USB2.0 protocol. USB interface devices include: a) USB memory devices, such as mobile hard disks, USB disks, MP3 players, memory card readers (supporting SDMMCMemory Stick, MS Pro and other memory cards). b) USB image devices, such as digital cameras. c) USB Hub devices, such as Hubs with USB1.1 USB2.0 interfaces. he file system of USB interface supports FAT16/32NTFS(Linux) EXT3. NOTE:based on the USB1.1 protocol, due to the data reading speed of USB devices and fragmented files in the file system (in successive addresses for file storage), some video images at very high speed possibly cannot be played smoothly. Memory devices in USB 2.0 High Speed interface protocol are recommended. 72

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This devices is designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper usage can result in elecrtic shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated into this will protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, usage, and servicing. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Do not move the device when it is powered on. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus(including amplifiers)that produce heat. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Olny use attachments/accessories specified by the manucturer. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnl. servicing is required wehn the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has benn exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. Carefully read and follow the quick install guide and user manual. Do not overload wall outlets.

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