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Mitsubishi Electric DX-PC10E Instruction Manual

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Instruction Manual
Optional PC Playback Software
for Digital Recorder
Model
Please read and accept the
"
End User Software Licence Agreement "
using this software.
R
For Windows
98SE
R
For Windows
2000
R
For Windows
Me
Microsoft, Windows, IntelliMouse are registered trademarks or trademarks of the
Microsoft
Corporation in the US and other regions. (The official name of Windows is Microsoft
Windows Operating System.)
TM
Compact Flash
is registered trademark of Sandisk.
This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
All other company and product names appearing herein are the property of their
respective owners.
- Windows 98SE is an abbreviation of Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition.
- Windows 2000 is an abbreviation of Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional.
- Windows Me is an abbreviation of Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition.
DX-PC10E
(Refer to P.2 of this instruction manual) before
(ver.1.0.0)
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  • Page 1 Instruction Manual Optional PC Playback Software for Digital Recorder Model DX-PC10E (ver.1.0.0) Please read and accept the “ (Refer to P.2 of this instruction manual) before End User Software Licence Agreement “ using this software. For Windows 98SE For Windows...
  • Page 2 Users transfer of audio or video data during the use of this Software. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation assumes no responsibility or liability to User for damage, or demands of any kind, incurred during the use of this Software.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1.1 Product Features 1.2 Operating Environment 1.3 Compatible Digital Recorders 2 Installation 2.1 Installation Method 2.2 Uninstalling DX-PC10E 2.3 Starting/Ending a Session 3 Main Window: Display & Operation 3.1 Main Image Field 3.2 Operation Panel (Top) 3.3 Operation Panel (Bottom) 3.4 Information Panel...
  • Page 4 8.3 Bookmarks A, B Command 8.4 Repeat between A and B Command 9 View Menu 9.1 Operation Panel/Status Bar/Information Panel Commands 9.2 Quick Zoom Command 9.3 Zoom Command 9.4 Option Command 9.5 Smoothing Command 9.6 Audio Command 9.7 Camera Command 10 Help Menu 10.1 Help Command 10.2 Version information Command...
  • Page 5: Overview

    1 Overview The DX-PC10E is an application software for playing back media (Compact flash card) recoded on with a Mitsubishi Digital Recorder. This software works with Microsoft Windows 98SE, Windows 2000, and Windows Me. 1.1 Product Features - Playing back data in a compact flash card and the same data in other media which was transferred from the compact flash card.
  • Page 6: Installation

    2 Installation 2.1 Installation Method To install DX-PC10E, first start up SETUP.EXE on the provided CD. Follow the series of instructions that appear on-screen, and the software will be installed automatically. The default directory for the installation is C:¥Program Files¥dxpc10e .
  • Page 7: Main Window: Display & Operation

    3 Main Window: Display & Operation 3.1 Main Image Field The main image field, in its split-screen display mode, is shown in Figure 3.1-1. Figure 3.1-1 In the split-screen display, the camera number changes from green to yellow to indicate the most recently updated field.
  • Page 8: Operation Panel (bottom)

    3.2 Operation Panel (Bottom) The bottom portion of the Operation Panel is shown in Figure 3.2. Position slider (*1) Figure 3.2 Operation Panel (bottom portion) Each of the buttons appearing in the bottom portion of the Operation Panel has a different function as described below.
  • Page 9 Field Advance Moves to the next field and stops. Playback egins playback in the normal direction. Also, starts skip playback when Skip Playback has been selected in the Operation menu. This button is also used to activate the PC playback s oftware feature.
  • Page 10 Bookmark Activates the bookmark function saving the image into the PC’s memory. The image info is lo when PC is turned off. Playback speed adjustment slider y dragging the mouse on the slider underneath the buttons, playback speed can be increased up or decreased down.
  • Page 11: Information Panel

    3.3 Information Panel (Right) The left portion of the Information Panel is shown in Figure 3.3. It shows Media Information, Image Information, Zoom Rate and Time Search. Figure 3.3 Information Panel (Right portion) Media Information: Shows the range of recording times of the selected folder. Image information The date and time of image recording, camera number and comment are displayed .
  • Page 12 To activate the zoom function, single screen must be active. Zoom from 25 to 800 % is possible. For details regarding the Zoom Combo box, please refer to Section 11.(Image Enlargement). Time Search Enter the desired date and time for your search in the text boxes, and click the Search button.
  • Page 13: Status Bar

    3.5 Status Bar The Status Bar displays explanations of the selected menu or button, and shows the current playback mode and the current display range. Please refer to Section 3.6 (Hint Display) for further details The Status Bar can be displayed or hidden using the Status Bar command in the View menu.
  • Page 14: File Menu

    D00001.TLX D00002.TLX When this file configuration is modified or changed, Mitsubishi will not guarantee its function or performance. For example, when only folder file is transferred in FSM1 file format, DX-PC10E can’t play back, because there is no relation between information...
  • Page 15: Save As

    4.2 Save As… Command Clicking the Save As… command in the File menu opens the following dialog box (Figure 4.2), which allows the currently displayed image to be saved as either a Windows bitmap file (.bmp) or an JPEG file (.jpg). Figure 4.2 Save As…...
  • Page 16 When JPEG format is selected, a window appears to designate where to save. After designating SAVE AS and clicking SAVE command, the conversion starts and the following window appears. When completed, the message box appears “Data conversion to JPEG is Completed.”. How to be stored in file: A new folder which is named conversion date is automatically generated in the designated folder.
  • Page 17 When AVI format is selected, the following set up window appears: Image size: The size of AVI file can be selected among the following 3 steps: Large: 981 x 720 pixels, Medium: 654 x 480 pixels, Small: 327 x 240 pixels Frame rate: The speed of playing back AVI file can be selected among 5 steps, fast to slow.
  • Page 18 Clicking the Print command in the File menu opens the following window (Figure 4.3). After making desired adjustments to Margin, Printer settings…, and other options, click the Print button to create a printout of the image. Figure 4.3 Print window The Preview column shows what the printout will look like.
  • Page 19 Various elements are included in the printout. Date and time are printed in the margin above the image. Mitsubishi DX-PC10E, the name of the recorder used (e.g., DX-TL800 Series), and the printing proportions (in portrait or landscape orientation)
  • Page 20: Comment.../find Next Command

    5 Edit Menu Figure 5 Edit menu 5.1 Copy Command The currently displayed image can be copied to the clipboard by using the Copy command in the Edit menu. 6. Search Menu Figure 6. Search menu 6.1 Comment…/Find Next Commands Clicking the Comment...
  • Page 21: Alarm List

    The Previous Alarm command in the Search menu starts a search for Alarm Recordings through earlier recorded times, and displays the field if any are detected. The Next Alarm command performs a similar function through later recording times. 6.3 Alarm List… Command Clicking the Alarm List…...
  • Page 22: Block

    6.5 Block… Command Clicking the Block... command in the Search menu opens the following window (Figure 6.5). Searches can be made by selecting the desired block from the list box and clicking the Search button. Figure 6.5 Block Search The list box contains the block number, its recording start time, its recording end time, the flag, and the camera number.
  • Page 23: Operation Menu

    7 Operation Menu Figure 7 Operation menu 7. 1 Stop Command Clicking the Stop command in the operation menu stops playback or search. 7. 2 Playback / Reverse Playback Command Clicking the Playback command in the operation menu plays back the images in the selected folder.
  • Page 24: Bookmarks Menu

    Bookmarks menu. Up to 30 bookmarks can be registered. When this limit is exceeded, bookmarks will be erased starting with the oldest bookmark. All bookmarks are erased when the DX-PC10E session is ended. This command has the same function as the Bookmark button on the Operation Panel.
  • Page 25: View Menu

    9 View Menu Figure 10 View menu 9.1 Operation Panel/Status Bar/Information Panel Commands The Operation Panel can be displayed or hidden using the Operation Panel command in the View menu. In the same manner, the Status Bar and the Information Panel can also be displayed or hidden using their respective commands in the View menu.
  • Page 26: Smoothing Command

    9.4 Options… Command The following dialog box (Figure 9.4) can be accessed through the Options… command in the View menu. Figure 9.4 Option dialog box Number of Fields to skip Specify number of field to skip for use of Search / Reverse Search command. Selections from 2 to 32767 fields.
  • Page 27: Audio Command

    9.6 Audio Command Adding a check mark to the Audio command in the View menu outputs the audio when plying back the audio-recorded medium. Stopping the image playback starts the audio for several seconds before and after the stopped frame. 3 levels of audio settings (short/middle/long) are available.
  • Page 28: Help Command

    10.1 Help Command Help can be displayed by selecting the Help command in the Help menu. 10.2 About… Command Information on the version of DX-PC10E being used can be accessed through the About… command in the Help menu. 11 Zoom function 11.1 Specifying Zoom rate...
  • Page 29: Restrictions

    12 Appendices 12.1 Restrictions - The playback speed of DX-PC10E is determined by the host computer’s processing speed and the type of playback devices used. For these reasons, there will be cases where the software’s playback speed does not match the recording intervals of the digital recorder.

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