Epson P-6000 manual

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    P-6000/P-7000 Basics P6000-7000Basics.book Page 1 We dnesday, April 23, 2008 2 :25 PM[...]

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    2 Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of th is pu blication may be reproduced, stored in a[...]

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    3 Contents Introduction 5 About Your Software and User’s Guide 6 Getting Started 7 Unpacking Your [...]

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    4 Using the Viewer with USB Devices 36 Connecting a USB Device 37 Copying Files to the Viewer 38 Cop[...]

  • Page 5

    5 Introduction Y our Epson P-6000 /P-7000 M ultimedia S torage Vie wer ™ lets you enjoy photo s, v[...]

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    6 About Y our Software and User’s Guide The following software is included on your P-6000/ P-7000 [...]

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    7 Getting Starte d F ollow the instructions in this section to set up your P-6000/P-7 000. Unpacking[...]

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    8 Installing the Battery 1 Open the batter y cover . 2 Insert the batter y . 3 Close the battery cov[...]

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    9 Charging the Battery Plug the AC adapter into the viewer . Connect the power cord to the adapter a[...]

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    10 T urning the V iewer On and Off T o turn on the viewer , slide the power switch down and rele as [...]

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    11 Setting the Language , Date, and T ime When you turn on the viewer the first time, you see the La[...]

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    12 3 P ress right or left on the 4-way ring to highlight a setting to change. 4 P ress up or do wn t[...]

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    13 Installing Y our Software and User’s Guide T o transfer files between your computer and viewer [...]

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    14 3 U se the included USB cable to connect the viewer to your computer . 4 Make sure the viewer is [...]

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    15 6 Double-click the installation software located in the root of the drive: ◗ Windows: P_6000_WI[...]

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    16 Note: To view the U ser’s Guide , double-click its icon on your desktop. You need to have Adobe[...]

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    17 Using Memory Cards F ollo w the instructions in this section to insert a memor y card and copy fi[...]

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    18 Caution: Never remove a memory card while the memory card access light is flashing, or files may [...]

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    19 T o remove a car d from the CF Car d slot, first make sure the memor y card access light is off. [...]

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    20 Using the SD Card Slot Insert an SD, SD HC, M ultiMediaCard, or MMCplus card into the slot as sho[...]

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    21 Copying Files from a Memory Card After you insert a memor y card (as described on page 18 o r 2 0[...]

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    22 Note: The folder is named accordi ng to the date, for example, 03292008M.001 . You can change the[...]

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    23 2 Sele ct Browse CF Memory Card or Browse SD Memory Card, then press OK . Y ou see your photos di[...]

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    24 6 U se the 4-way ring or jog dial to highlight each photo you want to copy and press to select it[...]

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    25 Deleting Files After Copying Y ou can have files automatically deleted after you copy them to the[...]

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    26 Supported File Formats The P-6000/P-7000 suppor ts these image form ats: The P-6000/P-7000 supp o[...]

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    27 V iewing Photos and V ideos F ollo w the instructions in this section to view photos, create slid[...]

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    28 Y ou see a screen like this: 2 Select the image you want to view , then press OK . The selected i[...]

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    29 Changing How Files Are Displayed Y ou can change your view of the files by pressing the Display b[...]

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    30 Displaying Image Information T o view information about an image shown at full- screen, press the[...]

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    31 3 T o view rated photos, select Backup F iles or My Photos on the Home screen and press OK . 4 P [...]

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    32 3 Sele ct Slide Show and press OK . The slide show starts. T o stop the slide show , press the Ba[...]

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    33 2 Highlight the video file you want to play , then press OK . The video starts playing. Note: T o[...]

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    34 The viewer r emembers wher e you stoppe d. When you resume, playback starts 3 seconds before the [...]

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    35 1 Connect the cab le ’ s three R CA plugs to the video and audio IN jacks on your TV or project[...]

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    36 Using the V iewer with USB Devices Y ou can connect a flash memory drive or other USB device to y[...]

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    37 Connecting a USB Device Befor e you connect a USB device, connect th e AC adapter to the viewer a[...]

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    38 Copying Files to the Viewer After you connect a USB device, y ou can copy all the files to the vi[...]

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    39 The folder is named according to the date, for example, 03292008M.001 . Y ou can change the date [...]

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    40 Backing Up All Files to a USB Device This process may take some time, depending on the volume of [...]

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    41 Copying Selected Files to a USB Device Y ou can select individual files or folders to copy . 1 F [...]

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    42 6 U se the 4-way ring or jog dial to highlight each photo you want to copy , then press to select[...]

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    43 Playing Music Y ou can copy audio files from your computer and play them on the P-6000/P-700 0. Y[...]

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    44 3 U se the included USB cable to connect the viewer to your computer . 4 Make sure the viewer is [...]

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    45 8 When the transfer is complete, disconnect the viewer from your computer: ◗ Windows: Right-cli[...]

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    46 1 Sele ct My Music on the Home scr een using the 4-way ring or jog dial, then press OK . 2 Sele c[...]

  • Page 47

    47 ◗ Genr e - Genr e name - Artist name - Alb um name - T rack name ◗ All - T rack name ◗ Play[...]

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    48 ◗ T o skip back or for ward, pr ess left or right on the 4-way ring. Pr ess and hold to rewind [...]

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    49 Managing Y our Files Y ou can copy the files you ’ ve backed up from memor y cards or USB drive[...]

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    50 3 Do one of the following: ◗ T o copy files to another folder , select Select and Copy Files , [...]

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    51 6 U se the 4-way ring to s elect a folder to co py or mov e the items to. Then do one of the foll[...]

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    52 Creating a New Folder 1 T o copy items to a new folder , follow steps 1 through 6 in the previous[...]

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    53 Note: You can rename a folder by highlighting it, pressing the Menu button, and selecting Edit &g[...]

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    54 Backing Up Files to Y o ur Computer Y ou can automatically copy al l the files from the vie wer ?[...]

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    55 Note: Although your computer may recogniz e the viewer as a removable drive, it is best to transf[...]

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    56 Solving Problems Check this list of common problems and possible solutions. F or more troubleshoo[...]

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    57 ◗ The viewer may need to be reset. U se the end of a paper clip to gently press the Reset butto[...]

  • Page 58

    58 Replacing the Battery Y ou can purchase a replacement lithium-ion batter y (B32B818262) fr om an [...]

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    59 Speak to a Support Representative Before you call E pson for support, please have the following i[...]

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    60 Appendix Important Safety Instructions Additional saf ety information f or the P-6000/P-7000 can [...]

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    61 ◗ Do not charge the batter y near open flame or in ve ry hot locations. ◗ Keep batteries away[...]

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    62 Disposing of the Battery Before disposing of the battery, make su re you discharge it completely.[...]

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    63 FCC Compliance Statement For United States Users This equipmen t has been tested and found to com[...]

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    64 For Canadian Users This Class B digital apparatus co mplies w ith Canadian ICES-003. C e t a p p [...]

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    65 Epson America, Inc. Limited Warranty What Is Covered: Epson America, Inc. (“Eps on”) warrants[...]

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    66 What This Warranty Does Not Cover: This warranty covers only normal use i n the United St ates an[...]

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    67 SPECIAL, INCIDENTA L OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAM AGES, RESULTING FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE EP[...]

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    68 P6000-7000Basics.book Page 68 We dnesday, April 23, 2008 2:25 PM[...]

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    69 Index A A/V cable, 34 AC adapter, connecting, 9 Access light, 18 , 20 Audio copying files to v ie[...]

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    70 F FCC Compliance Statement, 63 to 64 File formats, 26 , 43 Files copying from memory card, 21 to [...]

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    71 M Memory card access light, 18 , 20 adapter, 17 copying files, 21 to 24 deleting files, 25 insert[...]

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    72 T Technical support, 58 to 59 Thumbnail view, 29 Troubleshooting, 56 to 57 Turning viewer on and [...]