Braun DigiFrame 1040 manual

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  • Brand: Braun
  • Product: Digital Photo Frame
  • Model/name: DigiFrame 1040
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese

Table of Contents

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Contents
Important Safety Precautions ..............................13
Cleaning the LCD screen .....................................13
Cleaning the Digital Picture Frame.......................13
Introduction........................................................14
Box Content........................................................14
Setting up the Digital Picture Frame ....................15
Control Buttons and Remote Control ...................15
Using the control buttons....................................15
Using the remote control.....................................16
Setting Up a Slideshow .......................................16
Card selection screen..........................................16
Mode selection screen ........................................16
Thumbnail screen ...............................................17
Slideshow with selected pictures.........................17
Displaying a single photo full screen ...................17
Controlling Slideshows and Photos .....................17
Changing the displayed photo manually...............17
Rotating a photo .................................................17
Enlarging a photo................................................18
Copying displayed photo to built-in memory........18
Deleting the displayed photo
from built-in memory..........................................18
Adjusting the LCD color ......................................18
Adding music to a slideshow
(only model with MP3 function) ..........................18
Copying Photos from Flash Card
to Built-in Memory..............................................18
Deleting Photos from Built-in Memory.................19
Listening to Music
(only model with MP3 function) ..........................19
Controlling the volume
(only model with MP3 function) ..........................19
Watching a Video
(only model with video function) .........................19
Setting Viewing Options......................................19
Advanced Operations ..........................................21
Connecting to a Windows Computer....................21
Disconnecting the Digital Picture Frame
from the Computer..............................................21
Connecting to a Macintosh..................................22
Connecting a USB Flash Drive .............................22
Frequently Asked Questions ................................22
Technical Specifications......................................23
Important Safety Precautions
Always follow these basic safety precautions when
using your Digital Picture Frame. This will reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury.
Warning:To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard,
do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Warning:To prevent the risk of electric shock, do
not remove the cover. There are no user-service-
able parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified
personnel.
• The Digital Picture Frame is for indoor use only.
• Unplug the Digital Picture Frame before
performing care and maintenance.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the back of
the Digital Picture Frame.
• Keep your Digital Picture Frame out of direct
sunlight and heat sources.
• Protect the power cord. Route power cords so
that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed on or against them. Pay particu-
lar attention to the point where the cord is
plugged into the Digital Picture Frame.
• Only use the AC adapter included with the Digital
Picture Frame. Using any other power adapter will
void your warranty.
• Unplug the power cord from the outlet when the
Digital Picture Frame is not in use.
Cleaning the LCD screen
Treat the screen gently. The screen is made of
glass and can be scratched or broken.
To clean fingerprints or dust from the LCD screen,
we recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth
such as a camera lens cloth.
If you use a commercial LCD cleaning kit, do not
apply the cleaning liquid directly to the LCD screen,
but moisten a soft cloth with the liquid.
Cleaning the Digital Picture Frame
Clean the outer surface of the Digital Picture Frame
(excluding the screen) with a soft cloth moistened
with water.
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Introduction
Welcome to the Digital Picture Frame!
Now you can display your digital photos directly
from your memory card without needing a compu-
ter. Simply insert a memory card into the Digital
Picture Frame, turn it on, and you will be treated to
a slideshow of your photos.
It's as easy as that.
You can also display individual photos, play video
clips, or play background music with your slides-
how (only model with video and MP3 functions).
To learn more about your new Digital Picture
Frame's features and take full advantage of them,
please take a few minutes to read this User Guide.
Important!
Please note that this Digital Picture Frame comes
in different versions, with and without video or
MP3 functions. The detailed features of each Digi-
tal Picture Frame are specified on the package.
The Digital Picture Frame offers the
following key features:
• Displaying digital photos (JPEG) without
a computer.
• Simply insert a compatible memory card
(memory card not included) into the Digital
Picture Frame to show photos, play music or
supported video files (only model with video
and MP3 functions).
• Compatible memory cards include Compact
Flash™, Secure Digital™, MultiMedia Card™,
Memory Stick™, Memory Stick Pro™ and Memory
Stick Duo™.
• Music is played instantly with the integrated
speakers (only model with MP3 function).
• Digital photo slideshow with background music
(only model with MP3 function).
• Displaying JPEG images and motion JPEG AVI
files (only model with video function) stored on
digital cameras.
• Supports AVI/MJPEG and music (only model
with video and MP3 functions).
• Supports up to 12 mega pixel image files
(JPEG format).
• Main functions are controlled via the buttons on
the frame or the included infrared remote control.
• Bright TFT LCD screen.
• USB 2.0 high-speed connection to connect
to your PC.
• USB 2.0 (host) for connecting to your digital
camera.
• Built-in memory.
Box Content
• Digital Picture Frame
• Power adapter (12 V, 1.5 A)
• User Guide
• Remote control
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Setting up the Digital Picture Frame
The Digital Picture Frame is easy to set up.
Just follow these steps:
1. Connect the AC power adapter to the Digital
Picture Frame and a wall outlet.
2. Insert a memory card into the appropriate slot.
Slot 1: Compact Flash™
Slot 2: Secure Digital™, MultiMedia Card™,
Memory Stick™, Memory Stick Pro™ or Memory
Stick Duo™
Note: The card will only fit in one direction.
Do not force it. The card should fit snugly when
properly inserted.
3. Press the On/Off switch on the back of the
DigiFrame for about 2 seconds until the LED at
the side is on. A slideshow of the photos will
start automatically.
4. To display photos individually, press the EXIT
button to open the thumbnail screen. Use the
four arrow buttons to choose a photo. Press the
Play button (>II) on the top of the Digital Picture
Frame or the ENTER button on the remote
control.
Note: Pull the plastic tab sticking out of the
remote control. It protects the battery, and the
remote control will not work unless it is
removed.
5. To restart the slideshow, press the Play button
(>II) on the Digital Picture Frame again, or press
the SLIDESHOW button on the remote control.
Control Buttons and Remote Control
You can access all of the Digital Picture Frame fea-
tures either with the buttons on top of the frame or
via the remote control.
Using the control buttons
The control buttons are located on top of the Digital
Picture Frame. Their basic functions are the same,
no matter when you press them.
Note: You can open the appropriate menu any time
by pressing the EXIT button for a second. This cor-
responds to the SETUP button of the remote control.
Button Action
<< Move highlighting up or left
Display previous photo
Select previous file
>II Select highlighted option
Start slideshow
Pause
Play
>> Move highlighting down or right
Display next photo
Select next file
EXIT Exit current screen
Go back a screen
MENU Open control and setup menu
Power
button
Control buttons
Adjustable
stand
Speaker (only
model with
MP3 function)
Mini USB port
USB port for
USB flash drives
Memory Stick™
Memory Stick Pro™
Memory Stick Duo™
MultiMedia Card™
Secure Digital™
CompactFlash™
Power input
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Using the remote control
The remote control included with your Digital Pic-
ture Frame may look slightly different from the one
shown here, but it offers the same buttons and
functions.
Replacing the remote control battery
1. Hold the remote control with the control buttons
facing downward.
2. While pressing the ridged lug of the battery
cover to the inside, pull the tray out.
3. Place a CR2025 lithium battery on the tray with
the positive "+" end facing toward you.
4. Close the tray.
Setting Up a Slideshow
You can control all of the Digital Picture Frame
functions either with the buttons on top of the fra-
me or via the remote control. To display a menu,
simply keep the EXIT button on the frame pressed
for a second, or press the SETUP button on the
remote control.
Card selection screen
Use the Select Card menu to choose between
memory cards and the built-in memory.
1. To open the Select Card menu, either insert a
new card or press the EXIT button repeatedly
to return to the menu screen.
2. Press the left and right arrow buttons to select
the desired memory card or the built-in memory.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm your
selection. The Select Mode screen opens.
Mode selection screen
The Select Mode screen appears after selecting the
memory source to choose the type of files you wish
to play or display. The screen shown here is from
the Digital Picture Frame model with video and
MP3 functions.
Exit On/Off
Zoom
Setup
menu
Rotate
Play
Slide-
show
Arrows
up/down
left/right
Volume
+/-
Play/
Pause/
Enter
Stop
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PHOTO: Display JPEG photo slideshows.
MUSIC: Play audio files
(only model with MP3 function).
VIDEO: Show motion JPEG AVI movies
(only model with video function).
FILE: View the file structure on the memory
card (only model with video and
MP3 functions).
1. Press the left and right arrow buttons on the
remote control or the Digital Picture Frame
to select the desired file type.
2. Press the ENTER button to confirm your
selection. If you selected PHOTO, the thumbna
screen opens which is described below.
If you selected another file type, a screen will
open listing all available files of the chosen type.
The files are selectable in the same way as
photos (only model with video and
MP3 functions).
3. To go back to the Select Mode screen, press
EXIT.
Thumbnail screen
This screen shows thumbnail versions of all photos
on the selected memory source. Up to 12 photos
are displayed at a time. Use this screen to select a
single photo to be displayed or to start a slideshow
of all photos.
1. Press the arrow buttons on the remote control or
Digital Picture Frame until the desired photo is
highlighted. The photo file name will be display-
ed at the top of the screen.
2. Press the SLIDESHOW button to start the
slideshow with the selected photo.
3. To stop the slideshow and return to the
thumbnail screen, press the EXIT button.
Slideshow with selected pictures
In the thumbnail screen
1. Use the four arrow buttons to select the desired
photos.
2. Confirm each selected photo by pressing the
VOL+ button. To undo the selection, press the
VOL- button.
3. Press the SETUP button and select Start
Slideshow, then Slideshow Selected.
Displaying a single photo full screen
You can choose a single photo to be displayed
without a slideshow.
1. With the thumbnail screen displayed, select a
photo and press ENTER to display the selected
photo on the full screen.
2. Press the left arrow button to go to the previous
photo.
3. Press the right arrow button to display the next
photo.
4. To stop the full screen display and return to the
thumbnail screen, press the EXIT button.
Controlling Slideshows and Photos
The Digital Picture Frame provides many options
for customising the display and for file
management.
These options are available only when viewing
photos.
Changing the displayed photo manually
During a slideshow, each photo replaces the
previous one at the interval set for the slideshow
speed in the Setup menu.
You can also change the displayed photo at any
time during a slideshow.
• Press the left arrow button to go to the previous
photo.
• Press the right arrow button to display the next
photo.
Rotating a photo
You can rotate a photo displayed in full screen
mode using the remote control.
Press the ROTATE button to rotate the photo 90
counterclockwise.
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Enlarging a photo
To magnify a photo displayed in full screen mode,
press the ZOOM button.
• The photo doubles in size each time you press
the button until it is 16 x normal size. Then it will
return to normal size.
• When the photo is in zoom mode, use the arrow
buttons to move the photo to display the
portions that are not currently visible.
Copying displayed photo to built-in
memory
Use the remote control to copy the displayed photo
from the memory card to the built-in memory.
1. Press the SETUP button to open the menu.
2. Press the up or down arrow button to select
Copy Photo.
3. Press ENTER. A confirmation message will be
displayed.
4. Press EXIT to close the menu.
Deleting the displayed photo from
built-in memory
When displaying a photo stored in the built-in
memory, you can delete it from the built-in memory
with the remote control.
1. Press the SETUP button to open the menu.
2. Press the up or down arrow button to select
Delete Photo.
3. Press ENTER. A confirmation message is
displayed.
Caution: The photo will be deleted immediately
and irrevocably.
4. Press EXIT to close the menu.
Adjusting the LCD color
This option is used to adjust the brightness, con-
trast, tone, and colour of the display.
1. Press the SETUP button to open the Setup menu.
2. Press the up or down arrow buttons to select
Adjust LCD Color.
3. Press ENTER. A second menu opens.
4. Use the arrow buttons to select the option to
be adjusted.
5. Use the left and right arrow buttons to select the
desired value. The display will change according
to the selected setting.
6. Use the arrow buttons to select another option
to be adjusted.
7. When the display looks the way you want it to,
press EXIT to close the menu.
Adding music to a slideshow
(only model with MP3 function)
To play background music with a slideshow, copy
audio files onto the same memory card as your
photos. The music will play as the slideshow runs.
See "Connecting to a Windows computer" for
details on copying files.
You can also choose a music file to play without a
slideshow. Just select it from the MUSIC screen.
Note: Music files must be standard MP3 format and
not from licensed music download services.
Copying Photos from Flash Card
to Built-in Memory
In the thumbnail screen
1. Use the four arrow buttons to select the desired
photos.
2. Confirm each selected photo by pressing the
VOL+ button. To undo the selection, press the
VOL- button.
3. Press the SETUP button and select Copy Photo,
then Copy Selected.
Alternative:
Press the SETUP button and select Copy Photo.
Afterwards, select Copy All. This will copy all
photos to the built-in memory.
In the FILE screen (only model with video and MP3
functions)
1. Use the four arrow buttons to select the desired
photos.
2. Confirm your selection by pressing the
left arrow button.
3. Press the SETUP button and select Copy.
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Deleting Photos from Built-in Memory
In the thumbnail screen
1. Use the four arrow buttons to select the desired
photos.
2. Confirm each selected file by pressing the VOL+
button. To undo the selection, press the VOL-
button.
3. Press the SETUP button and select Delete, then
Delete Selected.
Alternative:
Press the SETUP button and select Delete.
Afterwards, select Delete All. This will delete all
photos from the built-in memory.
In the FILE screen (only model with video and MP3
functions)
1. Use the four arrow buttons to select the desired
photos.
2. Confirm your selection by pressing the
left arrow button.
3. Press the SETUP button and select Delete.
Listening to Music
(only model with MP3 function)
If there are music files on a memory card or built-
in memory, you can play them on your Digital Pic-
ture Frame.
1. Use the remote control to open the Select Mode
screen (described above) and select MUSIC.
A new screen opens listing all music files on the
selected card.
2. Use the left and right arrow buttons to choose
a file.
3. Press ENTER to play the file.
4. To stop the music and return to the MUSIC
screen, press the EXIT button.
Controlling the volume
(only model with MP3 function)
Use the remote control to adjust the volume on
your Digital Picture Frame during a slideshow or
when playing audio files. Press the VOL+/VOL- but-
tons to adjust the volume up or down.
Watching a Video
(only model with video function)
You can watch video files on your Digital Picture
Frame as well. It supports the Motion JPEG (AVI)
video format used by most digital cameras. The
screen shown here is from the Digital Picture
Frame model with video and MP3 functions.
1. Insert a memory card with video files on it.
The card selection screen opens. Choose the
desired card.
2. Press ENTER. The Select Mode screen opens.
3. Use the arrow buttons to select VIDEO and press
ENTER. A list with all available video files will be
displayed.
4. Use the arrow buttons to choose the desired file
and press ENTER. The Digital Picture Frame will
play the video.
5. Use the VOL+/VOL- buttons on the remote
control to adjust the volume.
Setting Viewing Options
You can control all viewing options in the Setup
menu using the buttons on the top of the frame or
the remote control. You can display the on-screen
Setup menu any time the Digital Picture Frame is
not displaying photos or videos by pressing the
SETUP button.
1. To display the Setup menu during a slideshow or
while playing a video, press the EXIT button
followed by the SETUP button.
2. With the Setup menu open, use the up and
down arrow buttons to choose a viewing option.
3. Press ENTER to select the respective option.
A second menu will open listing the available
settings.
A white square indicates the current setting.
4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to choose
the desired setting.
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Viewing Option Settings Description
Magic Window ON/OFF ON: Shows 4 photos in the display
OFF: Shows 1 photo in the display
Display Image Size Original/Optimal The Digital Picture Frame can optimise the display
of your photos to the screen size.
Slideshow Transition Normal Special effects used for the transition from one
Random photo to the next in a slideshow.
Fade
Curtain
Open_Door
Cross_Comb
Slideshow Speed 3S Defines the speed of the slideshow
5S (display interval of photos).
10S
30S
60S
Slideshow Music ON/OFF Slideshow runs with or without music.
Slideshow Shuffle ON/OFF Displays photos randomly.
Video Playback Repeat Repeat Single Choose to repeat a single video file,
(only model with video function) Repeat All all video file
No Repeat or play the selected file only once.
Audio Playback Repeat Repeat Single Choose to repeat a single audio file,
(only model with MP3 function) Repeat All all audio files,
No Repeat or play the selected file only once.
Power Saving 2 Hours The Digital Picture Frame will turn itself off after
4 Hours the specified amount of idle time.
8 Hours
No Power Saving
Factory Default Immediately resets all settings to the factory
defaults. There is no warning message.
5. Press ENTER to confirm the setting. The second
menu closes.
6. You can make any changes to the viewing
options in this manner. When you are finished,
press the EXIT button to close the Setup menu
and return to the thumbnail screen.
7. The following table lists the viewing options in
the Setup menu as well as the available settings
and their effects.
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Advanced Operations
In addition to the basic functions described above,
you can connect the Digital Picture Frame to your
computer to copy files to the built-in memory.
Connecting to a Windows Computer
To copy files between your computer and the
Digital Picture Frame, perform the following steps:
1. Plug in and turn on the Digital Picture Frame.
2. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the
USB port on the side of the Digital Picture
Frame.
3. Connect the larger end of the USB cable to
a USB port on your computer.
4. Open My Computer on your Desktop. A window
showing all drives connected to your computer
will open.
5. Each readable memory card and the built-in
memory of the Digital Picture Frame are listed as
Removable Disk.
6. Double-click the desired drive to display the files
on the respective card.
The example below shows a card with several JPG
images on it.
7. To copy files from the card, simply select and
drag them to the desired location on your
computer.
8. To copy photos from your computer to the
card, locate the files on your computer at first.
Most cameras and graphic programs store
photos in the My Pictures folder of Windows. If
you didn't move them somewhere else, they are
probably there.
9. Select the files you wish to copy. Use the right
mouse button to open the context menu and
select Copy. Now, return to the path of your
removable card.
10. Click in the window, and use the right mouse
button to open the context menu and select
Paste.
Note: If your PC is connected to Local Area Net-
work drives, or if you have multiple drive letters
already assigned to peripheral devices, you will
need to manage your drive settings in Windows
to free up the four drive letters immediately
following your CD-ROM drive so that the Digital
Picture Frame can assign them to the memory
card slots properly.
Disconnecting the Digital Picture
Frame from the Computer
It is important not to just unplug the Digital Picture
Frame when you are done transferring files.
It can seriously damage the memory.
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1. In Windows, look for the USB icon and select
Safely Remove Hardware. A dialog box opens.
2. Select USB Mass Storage Device and click Stop.
Another dialog box opens.
3. Click OK. A final dialog box opens.
4. Select Close. When the message It is Now Safe
to Disconnect Hardware appears, you can
disconnect the USB cable from your computer.
Connecting to a Macintosh
You can also copy files from your Macintosh
computer to your Digital Picture Frame.
1. Use the included USB cable to connect your
Digital Picture Frame to your Macintosh.
Macintosh will recognize the Digital Picture
Frame as an external storage device.
2. Drag and drop the files between the two devices
as you normally move photo files.
3. To safely disconnect the Digital Picture Frame
from your Macintosh, drag the Digital Picture
Frame icon on your desktop to the eject icon
(paper basket). When the icon is no longer on
the desktop, it is safe to unplug the USB cable.
Connecting a USB Flash Drive
Your Digital Picture Frame will see a USB Flash
Drive the same way it sees memory cards.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I set up my Digital Picture Frame?
A: It is very simple to get your Digital Picture Frame
out of the box and running in just a few minutes.
Just plug the power adapter into the Digital
Picture Frame and into a standard wall socket.
Insert a memory card into the appropriate card
slot on the side of the Digital Picture Frame, and
turn it on. Your first slideshow will automatically
start to play.
Q: What memory cards can the Digital Picture
Frame read?
A: Compatible memory cards include Compact
Flash™, Secure Digital™, MultiMedia Card™,
Memory Stick™, Memory Stick Pro™ and Me-
mory Stick Duo™.
Q: I set up the Digital Picture Frame. Why won't it
turn on?
A: The adapter is not securely connected to the
Digital Picture Frame or the power switch is
not on.
Q: I have a memory card in the Digital Picture
Frame. Why can't I view my photos?
A: First, make sure that the memory card is one of
the formats listed above and that the files on the
card are JPEG image files. Second, turn the
Digital Picture Frame off and make sure that the
memory card is inserted all the way into the card
slot and is facing in the correct direction. Third,
turn the frame on. After a couple of seconds, you
should see your first photo. Press EXIT to open
the Select Card screen and select the card. Then
select PHOTO. You should see the thumbnail
screen listing all photos on the card. If you
don't, you may want to try another card.
Note: Some digital cameras save images in other
formats. Please refer to your camera's manual if
your photos are not JPEG files.
Q: Why is the picture display slower with some
pictures and faster with others?
A: Higher resolution pictures load more slowly.
Try using lower resolution pictures or down
sampling your images. See your camera's
operating manual for details on down sampling
photos.
Q: Can I insert multiple memory cards?
A: Yes. Turn on the Digital Picture Frame before
inserting any card. The Select Card screen lets
you choose between all available memory cards.
Q: Does the Digital Picture Frame have a built-in
memory?
A: Yes. The volume depends on your model.
Q: Does the Digital Picture Frame support all JPEG
and Motion JPEG files?
A: No, it supports JPEG and Motion JPEG files
taken from a digital camera. The Digital Picture
Frame may not read all image or video files
downloaded from the internet or from other
software graphics applications. Some video
formats downloaded from the internet are not
supported either. To support video files, a Digi-
tal Picture Frame featuring video functions is
required.
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Technical Specifications
Product: 10.4” (approx. 26 cm) LCD
screen Digital Picture Frame
Resolution: 800 x 600 pixel (4:3)
Internal memory: See package specifications
Memory card Compact Flash™, Secure
formats: Digital™, MultiMedia Card™,
Memory Stick™, Memory Stick
Pro™, Memory Stick Duo™ and
USB Flash Drives
File formats: Standard JPEG, Motion JPEG
AVI (only model with video
function), MP3 (only model with
MP3 function)
Features: Slideshow mode
Multiple transitional styles for
slideshow
Variable speed for slideshow
four position adjustable stand
for optimum viewing angle
USB Ports: USB 2.0 (host) and USB 2.0
Internal speakers: 2 x 1 W
(only model with MP3 function)
Power input: 100 V - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Output: 12 V DC, 1.5 A
Dimensions: approx. 315 x 261 x 60 mm
Weight: approx. 1,450 g
Certification: CE/FCC/PSE
(adapter)/SGSS/RoHS
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