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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Turning the Player On and Off .................. 11 Understanding and Navigating Menus ..............11 Changing the Volume ....................13 Watching Videos ........................14 Playing a Video ......................14 Basic Play Operations ....................14 Video Menu Commands ................... 15 Page ii E4 Series User Manual...
  • Page 3 14.2 FM Radio Menu ...................... 28 15.0 PC Camera ........................... 29 15.1 Accessing the PC Camera ..................29 16.0 Device Settings ........................30 17.0 Flash Games ......................... 31 17.1 Installing New Games ....................31 Page iii E4 Series User Manual...
  • Page 4 Formatting the Player ......................34 18.1 Understanding File systems ..................34 18.2 Reformatting Your Player in Windows ............... 34 19.0 Help ..........................35 19.1 Troubleshooting ......................35 19.2 For More Help ......................35 20.0 Technical Specifications ......................36 E4 Series User Manual Page iv...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    The player pictured in this manual may differ from yours, but the information in this manual will still apply. Please visit our website for more information: www.Ematic.us Package Contents Your player comes with the following items:...
  • Page 6: Layout Of The Player

    At least 50MB free hard disk space Layout of the Player If the screen freezes, this device can be rebooted by using a pin to press the RESET at the back of the player E4 Series User Manual Page 2 of 36...
  • Page 7: Part I: Computer Operations

    Part I: Computer Operations E4 Series User Manual Page 3 of 36...
  • Page 8: Connecting And Charging The Player

    2. Connect your player to a turned-on computer via the USB cable. Charging will begin after using the stylus to press the battery button. 3. Let the player charge for 4 hours. E4 Series User Manual Page 4 of 36...
  • Page 9: Video Conversion

    File field, navigate your folders, and select one or more videos to convert. (Note that the program will not convert from any video format.) Once a video is selected, it will be added to a file list at the E4 Series User Manual Page 5 of 36...
  • Page 10: Using Other Conversion Software

    To make things easier, you can use one of the many available front-ends, although the simplest may be avidemux (pictured). Regardless of the tool you use, transcode videos as follows: E4 Series User Manual Page 6 of 36...
  • Page 11: Copying Files

    For a full list of supported formats, see “Technical Specifications” on pg. 36. Note: Ematic does not provide support to Linux users; however, you can get help from the Linux community on the Internet via information sites, forums, and e-mail lists.
  • Page 12: Using Windows Media Player's Sync Function

    My Computer. Note: See the full list of supported formats under “Technical Specifications” on page 36 to determine which synced songs will be supported by the player. E4 Series User Manual Page 8 of 36...
  • Page 13: Expanding The Player's Storage

    If the card is inserted there will be a “Card” directory on each menu, if you cannot see the “Card” directory, slide the bottom menu (where it displays Songs, Dir List, Albums, etc…) to left or right until you see it. E4 Series User Manual Page 9 of 36...
  • Page 14: Part Ii: Player Operations

    Part II: Player Operations E4 Series User Manual Page 10 of 36...
  • Page 15: Basic Operations

    Mode Selector. Browse the modes with the stylus by swiping your finger left to right and vice versa, and then select a mode with the stylus or your finger by double tapping the screen. E4 Series User Manual Page 11 of 36...
  • Page 16 Whether you are still in the file list, or looking/listening to a file, you can display a menu of file and play options by using the stylus to press the screen button (EQ, repeat or Volume). E4 Series User Manual Page 12 of 36...
  • Page 17: Changing The Volume

    In all viewing/listening modes, you can return to the Mode Selector by pressing the EXIT button. Changing the Volume In Video Player, My Music, or Radio mode, the volume is changed as follows: E4 Series User Manual Page 13 of 36...
  • Page 18: Watching Videos

    “Technical Specification” on pg.36, for a list of supported formats. See page. 5 for Video Conversion. Use the Mode Selector to select the Video Player mode, and then select a video. Basic Play Operations E4 Series User Manual Page 14 of 36...
  • Page 19: Video Menu Commands

    Use the stylus to click your option on the screen. File Menu Commands When you are viewing a file list, you can select more list option by using stylus to slide the screen bottom folder icons, including access microSD E4 Series User Manual Page 15 of 36...
  • Page 20: Listening To Audio

    Mode Selector. 8.0 Listening to Audio Playing an Audio File Use the Mode Selector to select the My Music mode, and then select an audio file to listen to. Basic Play Operations E4 Series User Manual Page 16 of 36...
  • Page 21: Audio Menu Commands

    On the music playback screen, use the stylus to select the following functions: Repeat allows you to select one of many repeat patterns. EQ Settings allows you to select one of many equalizer presets. Information display BitRate and SampleRate for the audio file. E4 Series User Manual Page 17 of 36...
  • Page 22: File Menu Commands

    Songs lists all your songs by filename. Dir List shows you the files stored on the internal memory E4 Series User Manual Page 18 of 36...
  • Page 23: Viewing Pictures

    Use the Mode Selector to enter My Picture mode, and then select a photo from the file list. (See “Unders tanding and Navigating Menus” o page. 11). Basic Play Operations While viewing a photo E4 Series User Manual Page 19 of 36...
  • Page 24: My Pictures Menu Commands

    This will pop up a dialog box for remove of file Remove will delete the file Press the button on the screen to return to the Mode Selector E4 Series User Manual Page 20 of 36...
  • Page 25: Shooting Photographs

    CAMERA folder. 10.3 Camera Menu Commands Use the stylus or finger to double click the middle of the screen to access the camera menu (press the Down Arrow for more options): E4 Series User Manual Page 21 of 36...
  • Page 26 Date Stamp sets whether a red-lettered date stamp is superimposed on the bottom-right corner of subsequent photographs. If so, you can choose whether the stamp includes the date and time, or just the date. E4 Series User Manual Page 22 of 36...
  • Page 27: Recording Video

    The files are named using the digits of the date and time. If, for example, you recorded a video on January 5, 2010 at 7 seconds after 6:05pm, then the filename would be 20100105180507.avi. E4 Series User Manual Page 23 of 36...
  • Page 28: The Dv Menu

    12.1 Entering Recorder Mode Use the Mode Selector to enter Recorder mode which will immediately display the Recorder Mode menu. 12.2 Basic Recorder Operations Set record options by selecting Rec Type from the recorder screen E4 Series User Manual Page 24 of 36...
  • Page 29 PLAY button. To listen to the recorded file: Once voice has been recorded, go to the Mode Selector to enter Music mode, and select Record List for a list of your wav recordings. E4 Series User Manual Page 25 of 36...
  • Page 30: E-Book Operations

    While viewing a text, press the screen button to display the E-Book menu. From the menu, you can select the following commands: Add To Tag List to create a bookmark at the current page of the text. E4 Series User Manual Page 26 of 36...
  • Page 31: Listening To The Fm Radio

    Manual Tuning Use the arrow buttons to tune into a specific frequency. Volume can be changed by the stylus to control volume bar. You can mute the radio by pressing the PLAY button. Press PLAY again to unmute the radio. E4 Series User Manual Page 27 of 36...
  • Page 32: Fm Radio Menu

    Remove All will delete all preset station, and the FM MENU will be changed to default 3 selections Remove If you are listening to a station that has been saved as a preset, you can delete the preset by selecting this command. E4 Series User Manual Page 28 of 36...
  • Page 33: Pc Camera

    Stop Playing simply turns off the radio without leaving the FM Radio mode. 15 .0PC Camera 15.1 Accessing the PC Camera Use the Mode Selector to enter the PC Camera mode where you can select the following: E4 Series User Manual Page 29 of 36...
  • Page 34: Device Settings

    Main menu style allows you to change Mode Selector from sliding style to small icon Memory management is a submenu of Format Card: formats an inserted MicroSD card, and creates the necessary subfolders. E4 Series User Manual Page 30 of 36...
  • Page 35: Flash Games

    In order to add new games you mush download the .swf file type of that game. For more information on downloading flash games please check out our website at www.emaitc.us and click on Game section (Coming Soon). E4 Series User Manual Page 31 of 36...
  • Page 36: Removing Games

    Note: All games are subject to either free use and all copyrights are that of their respected owners and modification of these titles is strictly prohibited. E4 Series User Manual Page 32 of 36...
  • Page 37: Miscellaneous

    Miscellaneous E4 Series User Manual Page 33 of 36...
  • Page 38: Formatting The Player

    6. When the Warning message appears, click OK. Once started DO NOT remove the USB cable as this may damage the player! 7. Once the formatting is complete, you may access the drive through My Computer. E4 Series User Manual Page 34 of 36...
  • Page 39: Help

    See the FAQ page on our website for information and how-to videos: http://www.ematic.us Check the Updates section of our website. View how-to videos on our website. E-mail customer service: customerservice@ematic.com. You can expect a response within 1-2 business days. E4 Series User Manual Page 35 of 36...
  • Page 40: Technical Specifications

    THE WEB AT E-book http://www.ematic.us FOR UPDATES ON SUPPORTED FORMATS Operating temperature -5°C to 40°C Menu language English, Simplified Chinese, Tradition Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian. E4 Series User Manual Page 36 of 36...