Epson P-4000 manual

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    User’s Guide[...]

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    2 All rights reserved. No part of this publication ma y be reproduc ed, stored in a retrieval system[...]

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    3 Contents Introduction Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    4 Displaying Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Zooming an Imag[...]

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    5 Chapter 7 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Cleaning the P-4000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    6 Intr oduction With the Epson ® P-4000 multimedia storage viewer, you can enjoy photos, videos, an[...]

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    Getting Started 7 Chapter 1 Get ting Star t ed P - 4 000 P a r t s CompactFlash ® card slot Power s[...]

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    Getting Started 8 P -40 0 0 Lights and Butt ons OK button Selects a highlighted opti on, opens the s[...]

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    Getting Started 9 Ab o u t t h e AC Ada p te r The P-4000 comes with an AC adapter. Use th e adapter[...]

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    Getting Started 10 3 Close the battery cover and slide it to the right until it clicks. Char ging th[...]

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    Getting Started 11 Note: The P-4000 stops charging if the battery become s hot when operating it dur[...]

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    Getting Started 12 Using the Viewing Stand Assemble the viewing stand and place your P-4000 on the s[...]

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    Getting Started 13 Note: If you see the Home screen instead, the language has already been selected.[...]

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    Getting Started 14 Using the Home Scr een Whenever you turn on the P-4000, the Ho me screen appears.[...]

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    Getting Started 15 Tu r n i n g O f f t h e P o w e r Before you turn off the P-4000, make sure the [...]

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    Using Memory Cards 16 Chapter 2 Using Memory Car ds The P-4000 has two memory card slots: one for Co[...]

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    Using Memory Cards 17 Using the CompactFlash Card Slot You can use Type I and Type II CompactFlash c[...]

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    Using Memory Cards 18 Using the Secur e Digital Car d Slot You can use Secure Digital or MultiMedia [...]

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    Using Memory Cards 19 Cop ying Files fr om a Memory Car d After you insert a memory card, you can br[...]

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    Using Memory Cards 20 Copy ing Y our Files 1 Insert the memory card as described in “U sing the Co[...]

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    Using Memory Cards 21 Br o wsing Files on a Memory Car d After you select Browse the Memory Card, yo[...]

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    Using Memory Cards 22 Displaying Inf or mation To view information about a full-screen image, press [...]

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    Using Memory Cards 23 Displaying Imag es as a Slide Show You can display JPEG images on a memory car[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 24 Chapter 3 V iewing and Pla ying Imag es, A udio , a[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 25 Scr een Icon Descr iptions ❍ F iles whose names c[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 26 Displa ying Images You can display all images in Sa[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 27 Thumbnails of the images and other data are display[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 28 Displaying Imag es as a Slide Show You can display [...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 29 Pla ying A udio and V ideos The P-4000 supports vid[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 30 Playing A udio and Video Files Select a video or au[...]

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    Viewing and Playing Imag es, Audio, and Video 31 V iewing Files on a T V You can connect the P -4000[...]

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    Managing Files 32 Chapter 4 Managing Files This chapter explains how to work with albums, copy and d[...]

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    Managing Files 33 2 P ress the Menu button to display the pop-up menu, then select Copy to Albu m us[...]

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    Managing Files 34 5 Select the album you want to copy to and press the OK button. The files are copi[...]

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    Managing Files 35 Changing an Album’ s Name 1 Select the album whose name you want to change. 2 P [...]

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    Managing Files 36 Note: If the deleted album was se t as an album shortcut, the shortcut on the Home[...]

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    Managing Files 37 2 P ress the Menu button to display the pop-up menu, then select Delete using the [...]

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    Managing Files 38 The confirmation screen appears: 5 Select Yes and press the OK button. Pr ot ectin[...]

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    Managing Files 39 Cr eating an Album/Folder Thumbnail You can select an image to use as a thumbnail [...]

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    Managing Files 40 Set tings A v ailable in the P op-Up Menu * P.I.F. is an abbreviation for Print Im[...]

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    Managing Files 41 Set tings A v ailable in the Slide Show P op-Up Menu Cop ying Files t o and F r om[...]

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    Managing Files 42 The PC peripheral mode ic on is displayed briefly, then the LCD turns off. You can[...]

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    Managing Files 43 Disconnecting the P -400 0 Fr om Y our Macintosh 1 Drag and drop the P-4000 icon t[...]

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    Direct Printing 44 Chapter 5 Dir ect Pr inting You can print your photos dire ctly on any of the fol[...]

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    Direct Printing 45 3 Connect the small end of the U SB cable to the P-4000. 4 Connect the other end [...]

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    Direct Printing 46 4 Do one of the following: ❍ T o print only the sel ected image, choose Print T[...]

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    Direct Printing 47 7 P ress the OK button when y ou are ready to start printing. During printing, th[...]

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    Customizing Settings 48 Chapter 6 Cust omizing Set tings You can easily change the P-4000’s settin[...]

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    Customizing Settings 49 Set ting the Slide Sho w Options You can select transition effects, backgrou[...]

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    Customizing Settings 50 Changing the Cop y Mode Set ting This option lets you tell the P-4000 how to[...]

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    Customizing Settings 51 Changing the V iew Mode Set tings You can change the way certain files and f[...]

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    Customizing Settings 52 2 P ress right or left on the 4-way ring to change the value for the selecte[...]

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    Maintenance and Troublesh ooting 53 Chapter 7 Maint enance and T r oubleshooting This chapter descri[...]

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    Maintenance and Troubleshoot ing 54 Pr oblems and Solutions Use the information in this section to d[...]

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    Maintenance and Troublesh ooting 55 File V iewing Problems The image is not displayed. Cause What to[...]

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    Maintenance and Troublesh ooting 56 File Oper ation Pr oblems You cannot cop y a file or files. Caus[...]

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    Maintenance and Troublesh ooting 57 Pr inting Problems Updating the Fir mw ar e and Pr int er Dr ive[...]

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    Maintenance and Troublesh ooting 58 Wher e to Get Help Epson pro vid es technical assist ance 24 hou[...]

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    Notices 59 Appendix A Notices Saf ety Instr uctions Read all these instructions be fore using the Ep[...]

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    Notices 60 ❍ Do not use this product outdoors during a thunderstorm. ❍ Do not use this product a[...]

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    Notices 61 ❍ Keep batteries away from open flame if they leak or smell strange. ❍ If overheating[...]

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    Notices 62 ❍ Do not connect the AC adapter when the battery is not installed. Otherwise, the P-400[...]

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    Notices 63 ❍ If the liquid cr ystal solution contained in the LCD panel on this product leaks out [...]

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    Notices 64 FCC Compliance Stat ement f or Unit ed Stat es Users This equipment has been tested and f[...]

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    Notices 65 Declar ation of Conf or mity According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for Class B Personal Compu[...]

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    Notices 66 Specifications General * Times may vary depending on the memory card being used, the numb[...]

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    Notices 67 Interf ace Bat tery AC A dapter Optional A ccessory USB connector: One USB 2.0 (Mass Stor[...]

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    68 Index Numerics 4-way ring , 8 A A/V Out connector , 31 aac files , 29 AC adapter connecting , 10 [...]

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    69 B Background music, slide show , 49 Backlight, power-off , 11, 50 Battery charging , 1 0 cover , [...]

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    70 Deleting albums , 35 files and folders , 36 to 38, 50 Direct printing , 44 to 47 Disk space , 52 [...]

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    71 I Icons , 24, 25 Images copying to album , 32 to 34 displaying as a slide show , 23, 28 displayin[...]

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    72 O OK button , 8 P P.I.F. , 24, 40, 46 PAL , 51 Paper option , 46 types and sizes , 44 PC_DATA fol[...]

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    73 Settings Copy Mode , 50 customizing , 48 to 52 Date and time , 12 to 13, 51 Home screen option , [...]

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    74 Turning on beep sound , 48 power , 12 TV, connecting to , 31 U Unsupported files , 25, 51 Updatin[...]