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Epson P-1000 Quick Reference Manual

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Quick Reference Guide
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  • Page 1 EPSON ® Quick Reference Guide CPD-17374 Printed in USA CPD-17374...
  • Page 2 Flashes green when the battery is being charged P-1000 Main Menu Whenever you turn on the P-1000, the Main menu appears. All functions are started here. If you are viewing pictures or copying or deleting files, you can return to the Main Menu by pressing Cancel.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Turning the P-1000 on and off, page 4 ❍ Inserting and removing a memory card, page 6 ❍ Viewing photos, page 8 ❍ Copying photos to the P-1000 from a memory card (and vice versa), page 13 ❍ Managing albums, page 17 ❍ Deleting photos, page 21 ❍...
  • Page 4: Installing The Battery

    Installing the Battery The P-1000 comes with a Lithium-ion battery. Follow these steps to install it: 1 Slide the battery cover release button to unlock the battery cover. 2 Slide the cover off. 3 Insert the battery into the compartment, aligning the and –...
  • Page 5: Charging The Battery

    Charging the Battery After installing the battery, you need to charge it using the AC adapter. Connect the AC adapter to the P-1000 as shown. Connect the other end to an electrical outlet. Caution: Do not connect the AC adapter when the battery...
  • Page 6: Turning The P-1000 On And Off

    ACCESS light Note: It takes a few seconds for the power to come on. Before you turn off the P-1000, make sure the light is off. ACCESS Then slide the power switch as shown above, and hold it down for...
  • Page 7: Conserving Battery Power

    After 5 minutes, the power is turned off. If the screen goes dark because the backlight is turned off, press any button on the P-1000 to resume operation. If the P-1000 has been powered off, you need to turn it back on with the power switch.
  • Page 8: Inserting And Removing A Memory Card

    1 min 5 min Auto power off duration: 1 min The LCD screen goes dark when Photo Viewer is idle for this period of time. Press OK to apply the setting and return to the previous screen. Auto backlight control duration ™...
  • Page 9 HDD (Hard Disk Drive). Note: If you are using a memory card in a CompactFlash adapter, remove the CompactFlash adapter from the P-1000; do not remove only the memory card. Make sure the...
  • Page 10: Viewing Photos

    Progressive JPEG format files, non-JPEG images, some black and white or CMYK images, video files, or sound files cannot be displayed or played on the P-1000. However, it is possible to copy these files to the P-1000’s HDD (for temporary storage).
  • Page 11 Press OK to browse the Album Case. in the P-1000 Album Case your photos. (See page 17 for more information about albums.) Card Case memory card to the P-1000, it is stored in a folder in the Card Case. Select Memory Card inserted in the P-1000.
  • Page 12 4 If necessary, select a folder or album and press Storage location Device or storage icon 20021218.001 Press OK to browse this card folder. Press Cancel to return to the previous screen. When you open an album or folder, you see thumbnail versions of all the photos.
  • Page 13: Zooming An Image

    Accessing the Pop-up Menu While you are looking at your photos, you can press the button to display a Pop-up menu which lets you access a variety of functions. For example, if you are looking at a folder on a memory card, and you press the Delete Copy All Images to Album...
  • Page 14: Running A Slide Show

    It continues until you press button. CANCEL To see a slide show of photos in the P-1000’s Card Case, Album Case, or a memory card, follow these steps: 1 Select from the Main Menu and choose the folder (or Browse album) you want.
  • Page 15 3 seconds to 5 minutes. The default setting is 10 seconds. Copying Photos This section describes how to copy photos from a memory card to the P-1000’s Card Case or Album Case and from the P-1000 to a memory card. You can also: ❍...
  • Page 16: Copying Photos To The P-1000 From A Memory Card

    You can copy all the photos from a memory card to a folder in the P-1000’s Card Case or to an album in the Album Case. This is an easy way to make a backup of the photos on your card. Then you can delete the photos on the card so you have room for more.
  • Page 17 20040325.001 day, and this is folder number 1 copied on this day. If you copy the contents of your memory card to the P-1000 several times during the day, you’ll be able to distinguish them by the order in which they were copied.
  • Page 18 Follow these steps: 1 Insert a memory card in the P-1000. If you will be copying folders, the card must be empty. 2 Select a folder in the Card Case or a single image that you want to copy.
  • Page 19: Managing Photos In Albums

    Managing Photos in Albums You can group your favorite images in an album which is stored in the P-1000’s Album Case. An album named default. You can add photos to this album and other albums as you like. You can also create up to three album shortcuts on the Main Menu to access your favorite albums quickly.
  • Page 20 Family2. (You cannot create your own name on the P-1000.) Copying a Folder Follow these steps to copy all the photos in a folder in the Card Case, on a memory card, or on a CD-R/RW to an album: 1 Open the folder you want to copy to the album.
  • Page 21 Favorites2. You cannot create your own name on the P-1000. If you want to create a unique name, create a folder on your computer, then copy it to the Album folder on the P-1000. These albums cannot be selected as album shortcuts, as described in the next section.
  • Page 22: Adding An Album Shortcut

    Adding an Album Shortcut You can create shortcuts that let you go straight to your three favorite albums. 1 First select the photo you want to use as the album thumbnail picture. To do this, open the album you want the shortcut for and select a photo to be the thumbnail.
  • Page 23: Deleting Photos

    Deleting Photos There are several ways to delete a photo, folder, or album. The easiest way is to select the item and then hold down the several seconds. When you see the message to delete the files?” You can also delete an individual photo, folder, or album as follows: 1 Select an image, folder, or album to delete.
  • Page 24: Installing The Software

    If you don’t have any photo software already on your computer, you can install Film Factory to help you copy and manage your photos. If you’re connecting the P-1000 to a computer running Windows 98, you need to install a USB driver (included on the CD-ROM); see page 25 for instructions.
  • Page 25 Installing Film Factory 1 Insert the P-1000 CD-ROM into your CD or DVD drive. The CD automatically opens. If it doesn’t open, double-click the CD-ROM icon. EPSON If you’re using a Macintosh, double-click the icon. 2 Select Install EPSON Software Film Factory 3 Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
  • Page 26 P-1000 User’s Guide The CD includes an online User’s Guide with detailed instructions on using the P-1000. You can view the P-1000 User’s Guide from the CD-ROM or you can install it on your computer and view or print it from there.
  • Page 27 3 Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. 4 Click to close the P-1000 installer. Now that the driver is installed, you can connect the P-1000 to your computer to view and copy images. EPSON Click Cancel...
  • Page 28: Where To Get Help

    LCD. For a list of error messages and troubleshooting tips, see your User’s Guide on the CD-ROM. User’s Guide The User’s Guide on the CD-ROM contains detailed information on copying and organizing images, connecting the P-1000 to different hardware, archiving images to a CD-ROM, and printing from the P-1000. RESET button...
  • Page 29 Before you call, please have the following information ready: ❍ Product name (EPSON P-1000) ❍ Product serial number (see the bottom edge of the P-1000) ❍ Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of purchase ❍ Description of the problem...
  • Page 30 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. The information contained herein is designed only for use with this EPSON product. EPSON is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other products.
  • Page 31 Eject button Battery cover Battery cover release Memory card slot Control panel Power switch Video output connector Reset button USB interface connector AC adapter connector Connector cover...
  • Page 32 EPSON P-1000 Quick Reference Guide Printed i...