Viewing JPEG / Play MP3 & WMA
This unit can play JPG, WMA & MP3 files on CD-R/RW discs. A handy on-screen player will appear automatically.
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MP3 Audio Files
WMA Audio Files
JPEG Images & Slideshows
Viewing JPEG (.jpg) Image Files on Disc
The above screen displaying the files on the disc
will automatically begin.
To display a JPEG file, use the
a file then press ENTER or PLAY to display a file.
Press the MENU key to exit the slide show and
return to the on-screen player. Press the STOP, or
DIGEST, key to enter thumbnail mode. See below.
During Thumbnail mode above, use the
to cycle through the navigation buttons.
Image cursor. Use the
cursor between thumbnails.
Help menu provides keystrokes available.
Remote Key Function
During playback of JPEG files, you can use the
/ keys to rotate the image either
clockwise or counterclockwise.
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JPEG Image Files
/ keys to select
/ keys to move
The disc file information & playback status bar.
The display bar for the file list.
Displays up to 8 music files at one time. Use the
keys to navigate this list.
/ keys to adjust volume.
Displays current folder or file.
Displays information on current file.
Repeat mode, for MP3 or WMA files only.
Audio level (WMA & MP3), Image resolution
information (JPG files)
Preview window for images
MP3 & WMA file playback
Inserting an M 3 / WMA Disc
The navigation screen will automatically come up
after inserting a disc with MP3 or WMA files.
to select tracks you wish to
playback, then press PLAY to begin playback. Use
the REPEAT A-B key to specify repeat segment of
MP3 or WMA file. Press REPEAT 1/ALL key
repeatedly to select the different repeat options.
Repeat Folder - Repeats current folder
Folder - Repeats current folder once.
Random - Randomly selects a song until all have
Single - Repeats a selected song continuously.
Repeat One - Replays single MP3 file repeatedly.
This unit supports CD-R/RW discs recorded with JPEG,
WMA and MP3 files.
JPEG files must be named with the extension ".JPG"
MP3 files must be named with the extension ".MP3"
WMA files must be named with the extension ".WMA"
This unit will NOT play "protected" WMA files. These
are types of WMA files usually downloaded from a
commercial website and embedded with a license key.
JPEG images must be saved with "standard"
encoding, rather than "progressive" encoding.
Discs created with personal computers may have
problems playing due to differences in recording
techniques. Compatibility with all recordable formats is