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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    98063 EasyCam ™ Instruction Manual For technical support contact Jasco Products at 1-800-654-8483 or
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    User’s Manual EasyCam User’s Manual Table of Contents 1. Getting Started a. Package Contents ...02 b. System Requirements………………………………………………………..02 c. EasyCam Camera View Nomenclature...02 d. Verifying USB Presence...03 e. How To Install and Use EasyCam ...04 f. How To Use Your PC Camera……………………………………………….05 2.
  • Page 3: Package Contents

    Package Contents ● EasyCam and stand ● USB connector cable ● Quick Start Guide ● Installation CD-ROM ○ Camera Driver ○ Application Software ● ArcSoft VideoImpression 2.0 ● ArcSoft PhotoImpression 5.0 ○ User’s Manual System Requirements ● Intel Pentium III 800MHz or equivalent ●...
  • Page 4: Verifying Usb Presence

    Verifying USB Presence Power up your computer and check to see if USB is implemented. Visually inspect the USB ports of your computer. If you cannot find the USB ports at the back of your computer (See Figure 1), read the documentation that came with your computer main board.
  • Page 5: How To Install And Use Easycam

    How To Install and Use The PC Camera There are two ways to install Camera Driver: 1.1 Use Installer to install camera driver (Recommended) Don’t connect the camera to your computer yet! 1.1.1 Install Driver Insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive; the installer screen will automatically come up.
  • Page 6: 1.2 How To Use Your Pc Camera

    1.2 How To Use Your PC Camera 1.2.1 Plug PC camera's connector to the USB port on your computer. 1.2.2 Set the Focus 1. Start VideoImpression. 2. Select “Capture Video” 3. Turn the focus ring until image becomes sharp. 1.2.3 Video Recording: 1.
  • Page 7: Getting Started With Arcsoft Videoimpression

    Getting Started With VideoImpression When you first run the program, a window will appear that lets you choose the type of project you want to make (you can also open previously saved projects). Choose “Create a New Video.” A new window will appear. It will contain multiple options for gathering your video content.
  • Page 8 1 MEDIA This first step is where you select the “media” (still images, videos, and sound clips) that you want to use to create your movie. All you need to do is choose the components you want and add them to the Storyboard. When you save—or “produce”—your movie, all the components on the Storyboard will be combined together into a single video file.
  • Page 9 2 EDIT You’re now ready to touch up and modify your movie components. Different editing options are available depending on the component type. 2.1 MODIFYING IMAGE AND VIDEO BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST 1. Single-click the desired still image or video clip on the Storyboard. 2.
  • Page 10 3 EFFECTS-TRANSITIONS The third step in the creation process lets you add cool scene transitions between each still image or video component on the Storyboard. Transitions are effects that occur as one movie component changes to another. You can add/delete transitions in the same way that you add/delete media components. Click the “Randomize”...
  • Page 11 5 NARRATE In addition to being able to add audio files to the Storyboard, you can also record audio directly within the program. To record audio: 1. Click the Audio Settings button and verify the audio configuration (in general, higher settings will yield higher audio quality but larger file sizes).
  • Page 12 6 PRODUCE The final step lets you save your movie in a variety of ways. Consult the Help file for details on the specifics of each case. For this guide, we’ll save a movie as a VCD. When you do this, you can pop the CD into most commercial DVD players to see your movie on your TV! 1.
  • Page 13 7 Getting Help VideoImpression provide an extensive online help. If you need more information or instructions on how to use a specific feature or tool, click the [Help] button on the upper corner of the screen.
  • Page 14: Getting Started With Arcsoft Photoimpression

    1.3 PhotoImpression main Screen will appear on your desktop. 2 Viewing Camera Images through PhotoImpression 2.1 To capture a video from the camera to the PhotoImpression main screen . 2.2 Click the [Digital Camera/Scanner ] button. 2.3 Click the [Soc PC Camera...
  • Page 15 3 PHOTO VIEW OPTIONS When viewing a single photo, use the set of tools along the top of the screen to zoom in/out, skip to other photos stored in the same location, and rotate the current picture left or right. 4 ENHANCING PHOTOS When you’re ready to edit a photo, bring it up on the screen and then proceed to the Enhance module.
  • Page 16: How To Install Netmeeting

    How to Install Microsoft NetMeeting 1 How To Install NetMeeting (XP includes as standard) For Windows 98/Me Users Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to Internet Tools and then click NetMeeting. For Windows 2000 Users Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to Communications, and click NetMeeting.
  • Page 17: How To Install Msn Messenger

    How to Install MSN 2.1 How To Install MSN Messenger 2.1.1 For Windows Vista/XP/2000/Me/98 Users Please log on to to download. After the installation package is downloaded to your computer, it will start installing MSN Messenger. All you have to do is follow the instructions. After the installation is completed, click Start, point to Programs, and click MSN Messenger.
  • Page 18: Product Specifications

    Specifications Sensor Color Depth Interface White Balance & Gain Exposure Focus Range View Angle Aperture Shutter Anti-Flicker Video Output Video Frame Rate Video Data Format File Format Camera Control Settings Dimension Driver Compliance OS support CMOS with 352X288 (100K) Pixels 24 Bits, 16.7 million RGB true color USB V1.1 Automatic...
  • Page 19: Two Year Limited Warranty

    (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Distributed for GE by Jasco Products Company 10 E. Memorial, Oklahoma City, OK 73114...