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YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki
T.Takahashi
YIT J.Scarborough
R4CG710
User's Guide
FRONT.FM
2/1/06
User's Guide
Rev. E
A5 size
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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi FRONT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 User’s Guide...

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    Epson product. Epson is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other products. Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties as a result of accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply with Seiko Epson Corporation’s operating and maintenance...

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    DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and all rights in those marks.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Holding the key operations ....12 Launching the Epson Link2 software ..25 How to use the Home screen .

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PHOTOVTOC.fm A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Chapter 4 Viewing Images Chapter 5 Playing Music Copying Data to Photos or Videos ....27 Transferring Audio Data from the Computer .

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    Important Safety Instructions ..... . 78 Uninstalling the Epson Link2 Software ....65 Safety requirements .

  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Introduction

    ❏ affected due to malfunction caused by these factors. Epson Photo Fine is a high-resolution liquid Make sure to handle the device in which your crystal display. You can view images easily in...

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    Do NOT format the device’s hard disk drive from your computer, as this will render the device inoperable. If this happens, you should contact an authorized Epson service center. Repairs will be chargeable and are not covered by Epson’s warranties.

  • Page 9: Chapter 2 Getting Started

    Getting Started Unpacking Your Device Make sure that all of the items shown below are included in the box with your device. Lithium-ion battery Strap Remote control P-2500/4500 Power cable* AC adapter Headphones Carrying case Quick Reference Guide Software CD-ROM USB cable (including this User’s Guide)

  • Page 10: Parts

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Back Parts Reset button A/V Out connector Front USB connector CF Card slot SD Card slot Access lamp* CF Card slot eject button Power switch with Hold function Rubber...

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 LCD and control panel 4-way ring Press to move the cursor or (Up/ Down/Left/Right highlight. You can select an key) item by pressing this key to Charge lamp Home key the up, down, left, or right.

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Remote control Skip back key Press to skip back to the beginning of the current Headphones connector Play/Pause key track. Press and hold to rewind. Skip forward key Volume up/ Press to adjust the volume.

  • Page 13: Setting Up The Device

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Connecting the Remote control and Setting Up the Device Headphones You can listen to videos and music from the Speaker This section describes how to charge the battery and of this device or using the supplied headphones.

  • Page 14: Charging The Battery

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Insert the battery into the compartment in the Charging the battery direction of the arrow on the battery sticker. After installing the battery, connect the AC adapter. The installed battery will be automatically charged.

  • Page 15: Removing The Battery

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Connect the AC adapter as shown below, then Caution: ❏ plug the other end into a power outlet. Remove the AC adapter if connected. ❏...

  • Page 16: Turning The Power On

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Pull out the battery, then close the battery cover. When you turn on this device the first time, the Language screen and Date and Time screen are displayed.

  • Page 17: Turning The Power Off

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ The Date and Time screen appears. Select the If the date and time settings are erased, the Date and setting to change using the Up or Down key and Time screen is displayed when you turn on this device press the OK key.

  • Page 18: Holding The Key Operations

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Slide the power switch to I/ as shown below Holding the key operations and hold it down for several seconds until the shut down display appears. The power switch You can deactivate the keys temporarily by sliding will return to the original position.

  • Page 19: How To Use The Home Screen

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi GET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 How to use the Home screen SD icon Indicates the SD memory card is set. When turning on this device, the Home screen appears first.

  • Page 20: Installing The Software

    2/1/06 Installing the Software Music Select to listen to the music stored via the Epson Link2 software. For details, see This section describes how to install the software on “Playing Music” (page 47). your computer. You can transfer data from the computer to your device easily using the software.

  • Page 21: Installing The Software

    For Windows XP and Windows 2000, you need administrative privileges to install the software. For Macintosh The installer starts automatically. If necessary, start it by double-clicking the EPSON CD-ROM Mac OS X 10.2 or later icon. Processor PowerPC G4 700 MHz or higher...

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    For Macintosh users Double-click the EPSON CD-ROM icon on your desk top, then Mac OS X icon in the EPSON folder. If a message appears prompting you to disable your antivirus software, click Continue.

  • Page 23: Chapter 3 Backing Up Memory Cards

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Chapter 3 Backing Up Memory Cards Transferring the data of a full memory card to this Caution: ❏ device makes it possible for you to continue taking To use a memory card correctly, read the pictures.

  • Page 24: Inserting A Cf Memory Card Into The Cf Card Slot

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Supported types of memory cards Inserting a CF memory card into the CF Card slot ❏ CF (CompactFlash) memory card (Type1/Type2 and 3.3 V, including Micro Drive) You can insert a CF memory card (or other cards with the CF adapter) into the CF Card slot.

  • Page 25: Removing A Cf Memory Card From The Slot

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Removing a CF memory card from the slot Note: When using a memory card set in the CF adapter, do Make sure that the Access lamp is off. not remove only the memory card.

  • Page 26: Removing An Sd Memory Card From The Slot

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: The memory card is ejected. Insert memory cards in the correct direction. Otherwise, the memory card and this device may be damaged. Removing an SD memory card from the slot Make sure that the Access lamp is off.

  • Page 27: Copying All Data

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ It may take more than 15 minutes to copy, depending Press the OK key to start copying. on the memory card you use. The following screen appears.

  • Page 28: Copying Particular Data

    The folder memory card. is named according to the date (e.g.: “19092005.XXX”). XXX is the number assigned according to the copying order (maximum 999). CF Memory Card [ EPSON DSC ] ANTLERS.JPG BALLOON.JPG FLOWERS.JPG GARDEN.JPG Copying particular data Follow steps 1 and 2 of “Copying all data”...

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, Use the 4-way ring and the OK key to enter select Backup using the Up or Down key, then checkmarks in the check boxes of files or folders press the OK key.

  • Page 30: Backing Up Data From The Device Onto The Computer

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ You can also copy data from this device to a memory Connect the AC adapter. card by selecting Copy/Move in step 5. Backing Up Data from the Device onto the Computer Connecting the device to the computer...

  • Page 31: Launching The Epson Link2 Software

    Note: For Macintosh ❏ When you view the HDD of this device on your Double-click the Epson Link2 icon in the Epson Link2 computer, BACKUP, MUSIC, PHOTOS, and program folder. VIDEOS correspond to Backup Files, Music, Photos, and Videos of this device.

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MEMOR.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: The message differs depending on the Windows version. Turn off this device, then disconnect the USB cable from the computer. Disconnect the USB cable from this device. For Macintosh Drag and drop the device icon to the trash can on the computer screen.

  • Page 33: Chapter 4 Viewing Images

    Copying from a computer Copying from Backup Files or Memory Card Using the Epson Link2 software makes it easy to copy photo and video data from a computer. For details Select Backup Files or Memory Card in the about connecting a computer, see “Connecting the Home screen using the 4-way ring, then press device to the computer”...

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select a file or folder to copy to Photos or Select Photos or Videos using the Up or Down Videos. key, then press the Right key. Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, Select Folder to Copy to select Copy/Move using the 4-way ring, then...

  • Page 35: Photo/video File Formats Supported By This Device

    * The progressive JPEG format is not supported. ** This device supports images in RAW format taken with most digital cameras produced by Nikon, Canon, KONICAMINOLTA, PENTAX, Olympus, and Epson. Contact our customer support for details. Note: TIFF is not supported.

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Video File Video Audio Detail Format codec codec File Video Audio Detail MPEG4 30 fps: 720 × 480 Format codec codec (Advanced 25 fps: 720 × 576 Simple 4 Mbps (Avg.) MPEG4...

  • Page 37: Viewing Photos And Videos

    The maximum supportable video file size is 2 GB. 01002000 2006.0617 2005.1205 EPV0001.JPG ❏ Some data may not be played even if the data is supported by this device. ❏ DVD-Video is not supported. ❏ WMV is supported with the Epson Link2 software. Viewing Images...

  • Page 38: Switching The Screen

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: Photos/2005. 1205 ❏ Thumbnails of the video files which have not been played back, or have not been played back completely are displayed with respectively.

  • Page 39: Displaying Photos Or Videos

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Thumbnails screen Details screen Photos/2005. 1205 EPV2014.JPG EPV2171.JPG EPV2242.JPG EPV2269.JPG EPV2273.JPG EPV2279.JPG EPV2283.JPG EPV2314.JPG Down the Black Beaches EPV0013.TXT EPV2619.JPG EPV2620.JPG EPV0480.MP3 Mini-thumbnails screen Displaying photos or videos Select Photos or Videos in the Home screen using the 4-way ring, then press the OK key.

  • Page 40

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: Select a file to view using the 4-way ring, then You can also select a photo or video file from Backup press the OK key. Files.

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    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ ❏ Pressing and holding the OK key shows the You cannot rotate a photo in Backup Files. navigation screen on the photo displayed in full ❏...

  • Page 42: Basic Operations While Playing Videos

    1 minute or less.) ** Rewind and fast-forward speed becomes faster if you press the Left/Right key several times while rewinding/fast-forwarding. EPV0001.JPG 0001/1256 (Rewind/Fast-Forward does not work for some video files.) EPSON RD-1 2005. 04. 28 12:30:08 Note: 2. 8 1 /128s Manual...

  • Page 43: Displaying Photos As A Slide Show

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: Displaying photos as a slide show ❏ In the over-under exposure preview, about 6% on each end of the brightness range (low and high) throughout You can display JPEG photos as a slide show.

  • Page 44: Setting Folders As Private

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ When slide show music is set, you can turn the Photos / 20051205 volume up or down by pressing the Up or Down key.

  • Page 45: Changing A Folder's Name

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: Changing a folder’s name Pressing the Menu key in the thumbnails screen displays the pop up menu. You can select either Note: Select all or Deselect all, then press the Display You cannot change a file’s name.

  • Page 46: Creating A Folder Shortcut

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select Rename using the Up or Down key, then Note: ❏ press the OK key. The cursor can be moved forward/backward by pressing the Home/Tag key. Photos / 20051205 ❏...

  • Page 47: Deleting Files Or Folders

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, select Set as Shortcut using the Up or Down select Delete using the Up or Down key, then key, then press the OK key.

  • Page 48: Protecting Files Or Folders

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: After the following confirmation dialog box Pressing the Menu key in the thumbnails screen appears, select Yes using the Up or Down key, displays the pop up menu.

  • Page 49

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select Lock/Unlock using the Up or Down key, Use the 4-way ring and the OK key to enter then press the OK key. checkmarks in the check boxes of files or folders to lock, then press the Display key to complete.

  • Page 50: Setting A Folder Thumbnail

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 When you want to lock files in full screen, press Select an image to set as a thumbnail for the the Menu key to display the pop up menu, then folder.

  • Page 51

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 After selecting a file in the thumbnails screen, press Select the tag name in which to set a file using the the Tag key. A tag is marked on the selected file. Up or Down key, then press the OK key.

  • Page 52: Setting The Screen Saver

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PLAY.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: Note: ❏ ❏ You can change a tag name (except for Wallpaper For using a screen saver, see “Changing the Device for Music). When a tag folder in File Tag is selected, Settings”...

  • Page 53: Chapter 5 Playing Music

    Copy audio files from the list of your computer, 2/2.5 - and transfer files to the connected device. Layer 3) Note: * Without copyright protection. ❏ For details about the software, see the online Epson Link2 User’s Guide. Playing Music...

  • Page 54: Selecting The Category And Starting Playback

    ❏ WMA files will be converted automatically to M4A files during transfer from the computer to this device Photos Videos Music using the Epson Link2 software. Shortcut Shortcut Settings Selecting the Category and Starting Playback Select a category to start playback using the Up or Down key, then press the Right key.

  • Page 55: Basic Operations While Playing Music

    The artist, album, genre, and track name information is contained in the ID3 tag. You can change the information Left/Right Skips back/forward.* using the Epson Link2 software. Display Displays Codec, Bit Rate, and Sampling Rate.** Select the desired track using the 4-way ring, * Pressing and holding the Left/Right key rewinds/fast-forwards the music.

  • Page 56: Repeat And Shuffle Play

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MUSIC.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ** The information contained in the ID3 tag (the name of file, track, Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu artist, etc.) is displayed.

  • Page 57: Deleting Audio Files From This Device

    Creating a Playlist on This Device Select Song A hard day's night Not only can you create a Playlist on the Epson Link2 I Should Have Known Better If I Fell software, you can also create them on this device.

  • Page 58

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MUSIC.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select Add to Playlist using the Up or Down key, The on-screen keyboard appears. Select a letter then press the OK or Right key. using the 4-way ring, then press the OK key to input the selected letter.

  • Page 59: Setting The Wallpaper For Music

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MUSIC.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Press the Display key to complete. Select a track of which to change the order to move. Note: If you want to select all the tracks to include in the Playlist, Press the Menu key to display the pop up menu, select All in step 6.

  • Page 60: Chapter 6 Customizing Settings

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi SET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Chapter 6 Customizing Settings You can customize various settings for displaying Changing the Device Settings and copying images, or change the sound setting to make your device more useful.

  • Page 61

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi SET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 The following table shows details of each setting. Slide Show Effects** Sets one of the five slide show effects. The slide show is executed with the selected effect.

  • Page 62

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi SET.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Power Save Backlight Sets the time at which the LCD’s Movie Setting DivX Displays the registration code. Timer backlight will turn off and the LCD Registration will go blank if there are no Code...

  • Page 63: Chapter 7 Direct Printing

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Chapter 7 Direct Printing Preparing to Print Paper Size Premium Glossy Photo Paper 4 × 6 in., 10 × 15 cm, You can print an image by connecting this device 5 ×...

  • Page 64: Connecting To A Printer

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Connecting to a printer Connect the other end of the USB cable to the connector on the printer. Make sure that this device and the printer are turned off.

  • Page 65: Printing Photos

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select a photo and the number of prints using the Printing Photos 4-way ring and the OK key, then press the Display key. Connect the AC adapter.

  • Page 66

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 When you select a photo in full screen, select the In the Print Settings screen, make the appropriate number of prints using the Up or Down key and settings using the Up or Down key, then press press the OK or Display key.

  • Page 67: Printing Videos

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Select Start Printing using the Up or Down key, Select the start of the frames to print using the then press the OK key to complete. Right or Left key, then press the OK key.

  • Page 68: Printer Settings

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DIRCT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 In the Print Settings screen, make the appropriate Printer settings settings using the Up or Down key, then press the OK key. Setting Detail Number of Prints Sets the number of video prints.

  • Page 69: Chapter 8 Viewing On An External Display Or Tv

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DEVICE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Chapter 8 Viewing on an External Display or TV Connect a commercially available AV cable to the Using A/V Out TV. Then connect the other end of the AV cable to this device.

  • Page 70

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi DEVICE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Note: ❏ The LCD turns off when you connect an AV cable to this device. ❏ Some monitors cannot display full images and the top and bottom parts may be missing.

  • Page 71: Chapter 9 Additional Information On The Software

    Additional Information on the Software Note: Uninstalling the Epson Link2 Software You can access the online Epson Link2 User’s Guide using the Start menu in Windows. Or for Macintosh, Execute an uninstall program for the Epson Link2 double-click the MANUAL folder in each of the software’s software.

  • Page 72: Chapter 10 Maintenance And Troubleshooting

    Back up all the data to onto the There may be a problem with the computer and send the device to hard drive, or it may not be an authorized Epson service formatted as FAT32. center. (The data on the device will be deleted.) Repairs will be chargeable and are not covered by Epson’s warranties.

  • Page 73: Problems And Solutions

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MAINT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Problems and solutions Error message/Icon Description No response from the printer. Make sure that your printer is on Use the information in this section to find the source Please check the printer.

  • Page 74

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MAINT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Viewing and playback problems The video cable is Disconnect the video cable to connected to the device. display the LCD. Cannot access data. Cause What to do The movie is not displayed clearly or stops abruptly.

  • Page 75

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi MAINT.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 No sound comes out when a video is played. Cannot copy. Cause What to do Cause What to do The Audio Codec of the Check the audio codec and the The space available on the Delete unnecessary data in the...

  • Page 76: Resetting The Device

    Try to print a different file. Avoid using the fragile objects such as pencil. Contacting Customer Support If your Epson product is not operating properly and you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting information in your product documentation, contact customer support services for assistance.

  • Page 77: For Users In Hong Kong

    Customer support will be able to help you much Internet Home Page more quickly if you give them the following Epson Hong Kong has established a local home page information: in both Chinese and English on the Internet to provide users with the following information: ❏...

  • Page 78: Appendix A Appendix

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Appendix A Appendix For photo files Using the Pop Up Menu For advanced operations and settings of Photos, Copy/Move Copies/Moves files or folders. Videos, and Music, press the Menu key to display Delete Deletes files or folders.

  • Page 79: Standards And Approvals

    Sets the order of displaying in the list. Standards and Approvals Subtitle Setting* Sets the track subtitles. Video Print Prints video images. P-2500 (Model: G951A) P-4500 (Model: G951B) Wallpaper and Icon Sets Wallpaper and icons of folders. Settings U.S. model: * Availability of settings depends on video file being viewed.

  • Page 80

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 European model: AC adapter (Model: A351H) U.S. model: EMC Directive 89/336/EEC EN 55022 Class B EN 55024 EN 61000-3-2 Safety UL60950 (Use with AC adapter) CSA C22.2 No.60950 EN 61000-3-3 (Use with AC adapter)

  • Page 81: Specifications

    Height: 85.2 mm (3.4 inches)* Battery (Model: D111A) and weight Width: 148.4 mm (5.8 inches)* U.S. model: Depth: 32.6 mm (1.3 inches)* Weight: Approx. 433 g (1.0 lb) for P-2500; Safety UL2054 Approx. 438 g (1.0 lb) for P-4500 (including the battery) Temperature Operating: 5 to 35°C**...

  • Page 82

    Lithium-ion battery (Model: D111A) AC adapter (Model: A351H) Rated current Maximum 2.3 A Battery life Approx. 3.1 hours (for P-2500) 3.0 hours (for Power consumption 4 W (Using with the battery) (when fully P-4500) when playing a slide show (in the...

  • Page 83: About Optional Accessories

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Battery About Optional Accessories Type Lithium-Ion battery The following options are available for this device. Model D111A Size (H × W × L) 22.45 mm ×...

  • Page 84: Important Safety Instructions

    ❏ Epson is not responsible for backing up or ❏ recovering data. We recommend that you make Never spill liquid onto this device. your own backup files.

  • Page 85

    To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose immediately. this device or its accessories to rain or moisture. ❏ Use only an Epson Lithium-ion battery for the ❏ To prevent fire or explosion, do not use this device according to the directions in the user device where flammable or volatile gas is stored.

  • Page 86

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ ❏ Do not use the battery that comes with this Do not leave the battery in a vehicle, to prevent device for other devices. the battery from overheating.

  • Page 87

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 When storing the batteries For European users: ❏ Do not dispose of batteries with ordinary refuse. When not using this device for a long period, Instead, dispose of them in a recycle box in remove the batteries from this device and store accordance with local laws.

  • Page 88

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ ❏ Place the AC adapter near an electrical outlet If you plan to use this product in Germany, the where the power cord can be easily unplugged. building installation must be protected by a 16 amp circuit breaker to provide adequate ❏...

  • Page 89

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ To prevent fire or electric shock, do not cover the When using a memory card AC adapter with a blanket or similar covering. ❏...

  • Page 90

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 ❏ ❏ Only use a soft, dry cloth to clean the display. Do Remove the battery from and unplug this device not use liquid or chemical cleaners. and refer servicing to qualified service personal under the following conditions: The power cable or plug is damaged;...

  • Page 91: Safety Requirements

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi APSPE.FM A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 The blue wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug marked with the letter N. The brown wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug marked with the letter L.

  • Page 92: Index

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PHOTOVIX.fm A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Index Audio equalizer setting, 50 Deleting audio files, 51 files or folders, 41 Disconnecting from the computer, 25 Backing up data Displaying photos or videos, 33 from the device onto the computer, 24 Battery charging, 8...

  • Page 93

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PHOTOVIX.fm A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 Printer, 57 available types of paper, 57 connecting, 58 while playing music, 49 settings, 62 while playing videos, 36 Printing photos, 59 videos, 61 Private folders, 38 Main features, 1 Protecting files or folders, 42...

  • Page 94

    R4CG710 Proof Sign-off: YIT N.Yoshida, A.Seki User’s Guide Rev. E T.Takahashi PHOTOVIX.fm A5 size YIT J.Scarborough 2/1/06 LCD brightness, 55 play settings, 56 Tag, 44 power off timer, 56 Transferring audio data, 47 screen saver, 56 Troubleshooting, 66 set password, 55 error messages/icons, 66 sleep timer, 56 operation problems, 69...

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