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E5 Series User Manual
© 2009 Ematic
1-888-968-1985
http://www.Ematic.us
Windows and Windows Media Player are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
Mac OS X and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds
YouTube is a registered trademark of Google, Inc.

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  • Page 1 E5 Series User Manual © 2009 Ematic 1-888-968-1985 http://www.Ematic.us Windows and Windows Media Player are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation Mac OS X and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds YouTube is a registered trademark of Google, Inc.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Listening to Audio......................16 Accessing Audio Mode..................16 Play Basic Operations ..................17 Audio Menu ......................17 File Menu......................17 10.0 Viewing Pictures......................18 10.1 Entering Picture Mode ..................18 10.2 Basic Play Operations ..................18 E5 Series User Manual...
  • Page 3 20.0 Help ..........................33 20.1 Troubleshooting....................33 20.2 For More Help ..................... 33 Technical 21.0 Specifications....................34 22.0 Limitation of Liability Statement..................35 22.1 Links to Third Party Sites..................35 22.2 Limitation of Liability .................... 35 E5 Series User Manual...
  • Page 4: Introduction

     Protect the unit from static discharge. Computer Requirements Virtually any computer/operating system able to use USB storage devices ® can copy files to and from the player. These include Windows , Mac OS ® ® , and Linux E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 5: Layout Of The Player

    The following, however, is required in order to use the included Ematic video conversion software: Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Windows 7 800 MHz CD-ROM 4x speed Hard Disk 50 MB of available space USB Port One standard USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 port...
  • Page 6: Part I: Computer Operations

    Part I: Computer Operations E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 7: Connecting And Charging The Player

    The first time you connect the player to your computer; the computer will automatically detect it and install any necessary drivers. When it has finished, the player will appear in My Computer as EMATIC MP3 To safely disconnect the player from your computer, click the green arrow in the system tray (the area by the clock on your task bar), which will display a list of attached USB devices.
  • Page 8: Video Conversion

    Output File field. Note: You can save the converted files to your computer and copy them to the player later, or you can convert files directly to the player by selecting the player's VIDEO folder. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 9: Using Other Conversion Software

    Filter: Mix audio down to stereo three most powerful command line encoders are mencoder, ffmpeg. and AVI file container transcode. To make things easier, you can use one of the many available front-ends, although the simplest may be avidemux (pictured). E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 10 “Technical Specifications” in this manual. Note: E-matic 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. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 11: Copying Files

    Image files are copied to the PICTURES folder.  E-book files are copied to the TXT folder.  6. Disconnect the player from the computer using the safe removal method. See “Connecting and Disconnecting the Player to Your Computer” in this manual. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 12: Using Windows Media Player 11 ® 'S Sync Function

    When the process is complete, you should be able to see the song files on the player through My Computer. Note: See the full list of supported formats under “Technical Specifications” in this manual to determine which synced songs will be supported by the player. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 13: Expanding The Player's Storage

    7. Use the USB cable to connect the player to your computer. 8. Access your microTF card through My Computer. It should appear as EMATICTF. When in video, camera, and other modes, you can access files on your microTF card via the Dir List menu option. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 14: Using The Arcsoft Mediaimpression Software

    Media Files to Your Player” in this manual. The video will already be in the appropriate format and does not need to be converted. For more information on using ArcSoft MediaImpression Downloader, please visit http://www.arcsoft.com/public/software_title.asp?ProductID=147 E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 15: Part Ii: Player Operations

    Part II: Player Operations E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 16: Basic Operations

    Once any review mode (Music, Pictures, Videos, Ebook, or File Navi) has been selected, a list of your files will appear.  Highlight files using the arrow keys.  Select a file by pressing the MENU/ENTER button. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 17: Changing The Volume

     Press a virtual key with the PLAY/PAUSE/POWER button.  To delete typed characters, press the VOL/EXIT button.  Once you've typed your characters, use these same keys to highlight and select the checkmark key at the bottom of the virtual keyboard. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 18: Watching Videos

     Add Bookmark will create a bookmark at the current time mark of the current video. You can later access the bookmark directly.  Delete will delete the file.  Information will display statistics about the file being played. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 19: File Menu

    9.0 Listening to Audio Accessing Audio Mode To listen to audio files: 1. Use the Mode Selector to select the MUSIC Mode. 2. Select an audio file from the list. 3. Press the MENU/ENTER button to begin playback. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 20: Basic Play Operations

     Genre lists songs based on their genre ID3 tag. Select a genre to listen to all your songs that are tagged with that genre. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 21: Viewing Pictures

     Zoom allows you to zoom in or out of an image. Once zoomed in, you can scroll around the image:  Scroll left and right with the arrow buttons.  Scroll up and down with the CAMERA and VOL/EXIT buttons, respectively. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 22: Shooting Photographs

    4. Use the arrow keys to scroll through your pictures. To view your photos from the Picture Mode: 1. Select a photo file from the list of thumbnails. 2. Press the MENU/ENTER button to view the photo. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 23: Camera Menu

     Date Stamp allows you to enable or disable the appearance of a red-lettered date stamp on the bottom-right corner of subsequent photographs. You can choose whether the stamp includes the date and time, or just the date. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 24: Recording Video

    January 5, 2010 at 7 seconds at 6:05pm, then the filename would be 20100105180507.avi. To view your videos from the Videos Mode: 1. Select a video file from the Camera folder. 2. Press the MENU/ENTER button to view the video. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 25: Video Recorder Menu

     Resolution allows you to select one of many resolutions. Higher resolution photos produce higher quality images, but take up more storage space.  Record Quality allows you to choose one of four quality presets. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 26: Recording Audio

    12. You can also choose to save your recordings to internal or card memory by entering the Save Path option in the menu page. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 27: E-Book Operations

    To enter E-Book Mode: 1. Use the Mode Selector to select the E-BOOK Mode. 2. Use the arrow buttons to browse the list of texts. 3. Press the MENU/ENTER button to select a text for viewing. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 28: Basic E-Book Operations

    To delete a tag, press the MENU button to display the tag menu, and then select Remove.  Auto Play Gap changes the number of seconds between each page turn when the reader is in automatic scrolling mode (“Auto Mode”). E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 29: Listening To The Fm Radio

     Save Channel If you are listening to a station that has not been saved as a preset, then select this command to save the station as a preset or “channel”. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 30 2. Select All Music for a list of your MP3-encoded FM recordings. (The FM recordings will have filenames beginning with “FM”.) 3. Press the MENU/ENTER button to select an FM recording. 4. While listening to the recording, press and hold the MENU/ENTER button for the file menu. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 31: Tools

    1. After selecting this tool from the menu, use the USB cable to connect the camera to your computer. 2. In Windows, the camera should appear in My Computer as USB Video Device, which you can use with any webcam-capable programs. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 32: System Settings

     Format External Memory formats an inserted MicroTF card and creates the necessary subfolders.  Set Owner allows the player to be named using the virtual keyboard.  System Check checks your player for any problems or updates.  Reset reboots the player. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 33: File Navi

    FILE NAVI Mode. 18.2 Basic File Navi Operations 1. Use the arrow buttons to browse the list of MUSIC, PICTURES, PLAYLIST, RECORD, TXT and VIDEO files. 2. Press PLAY/PAUSE to select a file to play. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 34: Miscellaneous

    Miscellaneous E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 35: Formatting The Player

    2. Connect the player to your computer via the USB cable. 3. Double-click My Computer. 4. Find the icon representing the player, which will probably appear as EMATIC MP3. 5. Right-click the player's icon and select Format. WARNING: Make certain the file system is FAT32;...
  • Page 36: 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.us You can expect a response within 1-2 business days. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 37: Technical Specifications

    FOR UPDATES ON SUPPORTED FORMATS TV-out frame rate NTSC 30fps; PAL 25fps AV-out voltage ≥1V (VPP) Operating temperature -5°C to 40°C Menu language English, Simplified Chinese, Tradition Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian. E5 Series User Manual Page...
  • Page 38: Limitation Of Liability Statement

    Ematic for lost data, inaccurate output, work delays or lost profits resulting from the use of the materials. You agree to hold Ematic entirely harmless from and you covenant not to sue Ematic, or its affiliates, successors or assigns, for any claims related to Ematic.