User manual AIPTEK POCKET DV8300


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[. . . ] User's Manual English Welcome Dear user, thanks for purchasing this product. Much investment in time and effort has gone into its development, and it is our hope that it will give you many years of trouble-free service. Do not drop, puncture or disassemble the camera; otherwise the warranty will be voided. Do not expose the camera to high temperature or leave it in direct sunlight. [. . . ] 32 Installing the driver to your PC (continued) 3 Install the driver. The Install Shield Wizard will then appear and automatically install the program. Click on Next and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. After the driver installation is completed, the program will prompt you to install Windows Media Player Codecs. If you are not sure whether the codecs have been installed in your computer, please click on Yes and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. After the codecs installation is completed, you will be prompted to install Direct X 9. 0c or above are necessary for viewing the video clips recorded by the camera. After the installation is completed, you may need to restart your computer for the driver to take effect. 33 Connecting the camera to your PC 1 Connect the USB cable Turn on your computer, and then connect the accessory USB cable to the USB port of your computer. 3 Connect the USB cable to your camera Connect the other end of the USB cable to your camera. The default is set to “Disk” mode, if you would like to set other modes as default, please refer to “USB Mode” section on page 30 for more information. Notice for Windows 2000/XP/ME users: If you want to disconnect the camera from your computer, please follow these steps: 1. Follow the on-screen instructions to safely disconnect the camera from your computer. 34 Copying files to the PC 1 This step varies depending on your operation system: For Windows XP users: After the camera is connected to your computer, a dialogue window will appear automatically. Please select the item Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer and click OK. Then doubleclick on the icon of the removable disk that has just appeared. 35 Copying files to the PC (continued) 2 Double-click on the DCIM file folder. 36 Viewing/Playing files on your PC 1 Double-click on My Documents or any other folder that stores your files. 2 Double-click on the desired file, and the file will be opened by the program matching the file type. 37 File location After connecting the camera to your computer, a removable disk will appear in your computer. The removable disk actually represents the storage medium of your camera. 38 Using PC Camera Installing the software The PC camera software is included in the camera driver, and therefore you should install the driver before using the PC camera function. [. . . ] A popup will appear and inform you once all the files have been converted and stored to the location you selected. Playing the converted ASF files in your camera To play the video clips or movies (MPEG-4 in ASF format only) converted by ArcSoft MediaConverter in your MPEG-4 digital camera, please follow the steps below. Step 1 Insert a SD/MMC card in the card slot of the camera and connect the camera to PC via the USB cable. You could follow the instructions of “Connecting the camera to your PC” on page 34 for more information. [. . . ]


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