Special Function Playback
JPEG DISC PLAYBACK
Insert a Kodak picture CD or JPEG picture CD into the tray and the disc will be loaded
automatically. If the disc type can be identified, the player will start showing the pictures one by one
(slide show mode).If a navigation menu will be displayed use the navigation buttons to select a file,
then press the PLAY/ENTER button.
Each picture in the CD will be displayed consecutively in a slide-show fashion and will be scaled to
fit in the whole TV screen. Some slide show transition modes are provided, use "PROGRAM" key to
select. Customer can set transition effects for each picture.
To display an image indefinitely, press the "PAUSE" key. To view the next or previous picture, press
"NEXT" or "PREV" key. T o resume the slide show, press the " PLAY/ENTER" key.
Press the STOP button to preview the photos in a folder. Press navigation buttons to rotate a picture.
SCREEN SAVER FUNCTION
If this unit is not working by 3 minutes, it will go to sleep mode with screen saver on. In this mode,
you can press any key on remote control or on front panel to activate the unit.
You can set SCREEN SAVER function to
MPEG4 DISC FUNCTION INTRODUCTION
MPEG-4 is the forth video and audio encoding standard released by
MPEG (The abbreviation of " Moving Pictures Experts Group"). VCD is
based on MPEG-1 technology and DVD is based on MPEG-2. MPEG-4
takes advantage of narrow bandwidth, pursue the best picture quality
by compress and transmit the data in frame reconstruct technology.
The audio data is compressed by WMA or MP3 standard. MPEG-4 is
the most advanced compression technology standard in AV field. It has
the highest compression rate. By MPEG-4 technology, we can encode
and compress a DVD film into one or two CD-R disc with pretty good
picture quality, or can burn several films that has same quality as VCD
into one CD-R disc, or can burn several films that has similar quality to
DVD into DVD-ROM disc.
1. The MPEG-4 discs in market now have many different formats, such as XVID, AVI, DIVX, RM etc. But
some discs with "MPEG4" logo in market are not encoded by MPEG technology. It is normal that some of the discs
can't be played well in this player because of the incorrect encoding standard.
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