Epson P-6000 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    User’s Guide NPD3303-00 EN[...]

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    Contents Copyright and Trademarks Safety Instructions S a f e t y ................ ................ [...]

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    Inserting CF/SD memory cards ....................... .......................... ...... 3 0 Removi[...]

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    Setting folders as Priv a t e ............................................................ 5 3 C h[...]

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    Using the Features for Music ........................... ......................... ......... 7 9 [...]

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    No sound comes out when a video is p l a y e d .............. .............................. 9 4 O[...]

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    E l e c t r i c a l ..................... ................................................... 1 0 9 [...]

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    Copyright and Trademarks No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval syste[...]

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    Adobe ® , Adobe ® Photoshop ® , and Adobe ® RGB are registered trademarks of Adob e Systems In[...]

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    Safety Instructions Safety Read all of these instructions be fore using the viewer, and keep th is [...]

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    ❏ Do not touch the components in side the viewer unless instru cted to do so in the user documen[...]

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    ❏ Use only an Epson Lithium-ion ba ttery for the viewer according to the directions in the user [...]

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    ❏ Charge the battery before usin g it if it has not been used for a long period. When storing th[...]

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    ❏ Place the AC adapter near an electrical outlet where the power cord ca n be easily unplugged. [...]

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    ❏ The power cable should be placed so as to avoid abrasion s, cuts, fraying, crimpin g, kinking, [...]

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    ❏ Unplug the viewer from the power outlet before cleaning it . Use a damp cloth for cleaning and [...]

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    Appliance connector Use an appliance connector certified * to the releva nt IEC or BS standards. [...]

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    Chapter 1 Introduction Main Features With the viewer, you can easily sa ve, view, and print images y[...]

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    Chapter 2 Getting Started Parts Front a. Headphones connector b. SD Card slot c. Access lamp d. [...]

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    Back BA TT . a. USB connector (slave) b. USB connector (host) c. A/V Out connector d. Cover e. A[...]

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    LCD and control panel a - /+ key Press to zoom a photo, and adjust th e volume. b 4-way ring (Up[...]

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    Setting Up the Viewer This section describes how to turn the powe r on/off and use the Ho me screen,[...]

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    3. Set the date and time using the 4-way ring . 4. After you finish all settings, select Complete[...]

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    Holding the key operations You can deactivate the keys temporar ily by sliding the power switch to [...]

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    Indicates the C F memory card is set. Indicates the SD memory card is se t. Indicates the key ope [...]

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    Installing the software You are required to install the data in the viewer. Connect the viewer to th[...]

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    9. When a message appears indicating that installa tion is complete, click Exit or Restart Now . [...]

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    For Windows users 1. Quit all applications. 2. For Windows Vista, click Start , then click Cont[...]

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    Chapter 3 Transferring Data to the Viewer Transferring the data of a full me mory card or other USB [...]

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    Note: Commercially availabl e adapters wi ll be requir ed to use other memory cards (miniSD, micro[...]

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    2. For a CF memory card, push the eject button twice. The memory card is pushed out. For an SD mem[...]

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    Copying all data 1. Insert a CF/SD memory card. Note: According to the screen that appears when ins[...]

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    3. Press the OK key to show the data on the memory card. Note: If you are copying or movi ng only[...]

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    Transferring from USB Devices You can copy data from USB devices directly us ing the USB Standard-A[...]

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    Copying all data When a USB device, such as a digital camera, cont aining a DCIM folder is connected[...]

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    2. Select Connect to USB device using the Up or Down key, then press the OK key. 3. Select B[...]

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    Chapter 4 Transferring Data from the Viewer You can transfer data in the vi ewer to a USB device or [...]

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    4. Select Select and Copy Files using the Up or Down key, then press the OK key. Note: When s[...]

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    3. Select Connect to USB Devices using the Up or Down key, then press the OK key. 4. Select [...]

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    3. Open the USB connector’s cover and connect the USB cable to the viewer. Then connect the other[...]

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    Only data that ha s not yet been backed up will be copied to the computer automatically. For details[...]

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    For Macintosh 1. Drag and drop the viewer icon and memory cards (if inserted) to the trash can on [...]

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    Chapter 5 Viewing Images Viewing Photos and Videos Photo/Video file formats supported by the viewer [...]

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    Video File Format Video Codec Audio Codec Detail AVI MPEG4 (Advanced Simple Profile) AAC, G.711 [...]

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    1. Select Backup Files , My Photos , or My Videos , in the Home screen using the Up or Down [...]

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    Indicates that the fi le or folder is locked. For details, se e "Protecting files or folde [...]

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    Files or folders appear in 64 divided thumbnails. Details screen The modify date and file size are d[...]

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    Photo For a photo file, no information is displayed first. You can switch to the fi le information ([...]

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    Video For a video file, the progress information is displaye d first. You can switch to the file in[...]

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    Note: ❏ Photos can be rotated automatically if they ha ve automatic rotate information and the vie[...]

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    Key Operation Left/Right Rewind/Fast-forward ** * When you press the Back key to stop playback, t[...]

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    RAW processing You can process RAW images and then save them in JPEG format. You can make various a[...]

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    2. Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, select Slide Show using the Up or Down key, [...]

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    7. Use the 4-way ring and the key to enter check marks in the check box es of folders to set as [...]

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    4. The on-screen keyboard appear s. Select a letter using the 4-way ring , then press the OK key [...]

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    3. Use the 4-way ring and the key to enter check marks in the check boxes of files or folders to[...]

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    3. Select Select and Copy Files or Select and Move Files using the Up or Down key, then press t[...]

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    4. Use the 4-way ring and the key to enter check marks in the check boxes of files or folders to[...]

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    2. Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, select Wallpaper and Icon Settings using th e [...]

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    3. Select the filter setting using the Up or Down key. Photos with that star ratin g or higher ar[...]

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    Note: Some functions in Adobe applications are not suppo rted. For details, see the documentation st[...]

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    For photo files Rating Filter Display Sets the rating filte r. Enhanced Photo Display Mode Display[...]

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    Return to HOME Returns to the HOME screen. Delete Deletes file s or folders. Note: Different pop [...]

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    Chapter 6 Creating Custom Print You can print photos from this viewer without co nnecting it to a co[...]

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    ❏ Maximum data size: 10 MB ❏ Maximum image size: 720 x 480 pixels ❏ Not including animated f[...]

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    1. On the Home screen, select Print Wizard using the Up or Down key, then press the OK key. [...]

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    3. Use the 4-way ring to select the photo you wa nt to edit, then press the OK key. You can selec[...]

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    2. If you select Manual Settings , choose the setting item you wa nt to change on the Retouch Addi[...]

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    ❏ In some cases, you may not be able to displa y or process RAW data ed ited by o ther software [...]

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    5. Your photo with cropping applied is displayed on the Cropping Previ ew screen. If you want to s[...]

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    3. Press the Menu key to make the background colo r, frame, and water mark settings. Menu Details[...]

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    6. When saving the image, a conf irmation screen appears asking whether or not you want to save it[...]

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    2. Connect the other end of the USB ca ble to the connector on the printer. *USB (Standard-A) Note[...]

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    Setting Detail Paper Kind * Sets the k ind of paper to use. Print Date ** Sets whether or not to p[...]

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    3. Select the file you want to print using the 4-way ring , and select the number of copies using t[...]

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    Chapter 7 Playing Music You can listen to music on the viewer. Transferring Audio Data from the Comp[...]

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    Starting Playback When playing back music, you can select the category or start resume play from the[...]

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    Resume play 1. Select My Music in the Home screen using the Up or Down key, then press the OK [...]

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    Always select either Shuffle or Normal Play Order to set the playback order, and select the desire[...]

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    Customizing equalizer setting Selecting Custom in Audio Equalizer Setting allows you to create your[...]

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    4. The on-screen keyboard appear s. Select a letter using the 4-way ring , then press the OK key [...]

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    To change track orde r of a created Playlist 1. Open the track list of the Playlist to change the [...]

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    Chapter 8 Customizing Settings You can customize various settings for displaying and copying imag es[...]

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    Power Save Backlight Timer Sets the time at which the LCD’s backlight will turn off and the LCD[...]

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    Slide Show Effects * Sets one of the five slide show effects. The slide show is executed with the [...]

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    Chapter 9 Viewing on a TV Using A/V Out The viewer has an A/V Out connecto r. You can play slide sho[...]

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    Chapter 10 Maintenance Cleaning the Viewer To keep the viewer operating at its best, you shou ld cle[...]

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    2. Insert the battery into the co mpartment in the direction of th e arrow on the battery sticker. [...]

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    2. Connect the AC adapter as shown below, th en plug the other end into a power outlet. * Charge l[...]

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    3. Push the catch down. The battery is pushed out. 4. Pull out the battery, th en close the batter[...]

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    Chapter 11 Troubleshooting Error messages / Icons When a problem occurs, an error me ssage or icon u[...]

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    Power supply problems The power does not turn on Cause What to do The battery is set incorrectly. [...]

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    The data is not displayed Cause What to do The photo, video, or audio file you selec ted is not sup[...]

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    Sound breaks off when the video or audio is played Cause What to do The bit rate of t he file is t[...]

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    Cannot copy Cause What to do The space availab le on the HDD is not sufficient to copy all of the[...]

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    Printing problems Cannot print Cause What to do The printer is not supported. See "Preparing [...]

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    Formatting Data in the Viewer You can delete all of the data from the viewer . Settings in the viewe[...]

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    Appendix A Customer Support Contacting Customer Support Before Contacting Epson If your Epson produc[...]

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    Speak to a Support Represent ative Dial: (562)276-1300 (U.S.), or ( 905)709-9475 (Canada), 6am to 6p[...]

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    Your Dealer Don’t forget that your dealer can often help iden tify and resolve problems. The deal[...]

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    Epson HelpDesk (Phone: (65) 6586 3111) Our HelpDesk team can help you wi th the following over the [...]

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    World Wide Web (http://www.epson.co.id) ❏ Information on product s pecifications, drivers for down[...]

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    Makassar MTC Karebosi Lt. Ill Kav. P7-8 JI. Ahmad Yani No.49 Makassar Phone: (62)411-350147/411-350[...]

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    ❏ Frequently Asked Question s (FAQ), Sa les Enquiries, questi ons through e-mail Epson Trading ([...]

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    Location Telephone numbe r Fax number Delhi 011-30615000 011-30 615005 Chenna i 044-30277500 044-[...]

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    ❏ Sales enquiries and product information ❏ Product usage ques tions or problems ❏ Enquiries[...]

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    Appendix B Technical Specifications Standards and Approvals P-6000 (Model: G971A) U.S. model: EMC FC[...]

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    European model: Low Voltage Dir ective 2006/95/EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC EN 60950-1 EN 55022 Clas[...]

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    HDD 2.5" HDD (73.8 GB) FAT12/16/32 VFAT supported Dimensions and weight Height: 88.7 mm (3.5 i[...]

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    Interface USB connector Two USB 2.0 (Mass Storage Class) interface Host: 2.0 Full Speed and H igh[...]

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    About Optional Accessories The following options are available for the viewer. optional product pr[...]

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    Index A Audio equalizer setting............................... ...................... ..79 B Backing[...]

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    Private folders............... ............. ........... ............. ............ ......53 Problem[...]