Olympus DR-1000 manual

User manual for the Olympus DR-1000 in English. This PDF manual has 36 pages.

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DIRECTREC DR-1000 Dictation Kit Thank you for purchasing an Olympus DIRECTREC. Please read these instructions for information about using the product correctly and safely. Keep the instructions handy for future reference. INSTRUCTIONS EN INSTRUCTIONS EN
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2 Main Features ● New and improved microphone system reduces extraneous sounds such as wind or machine noise created while recording and thus enabling a higher quality of sound recording than ever before. ● New design and location of buttons enable single-handed control without ever having to visually check the placement of function buttons. Directrec fits easily into your hand providing effortless control coupled with superb dictation experience (☞P.4). ● The Directrec has 2 programmable (A,B) buttons (☞P.27,28). ● All button functions are easily customized to suit a particular preference or any recording environment (☞P.27-31). ● USB Audio Device Directrec, can be used as a USB microphone or USB speaker when connected to a PC. In addition, a powerful built-in speaker provides hi-fidelity acoustic playback. ● Directrec can be used as a remote-control for the DSS Player 6 (referred to as DSS Player from now on) not only for direct recording, but also when editing recorded files on a PC. ● Directrec can save a recording as a file on a PC in DSS (Digital Speech Standard) format. ● Two recording modes, SP (Standard Playback) mode or LP (Long Playback) mode (☞P.21). ● Microphone sensitivity can be adjusted to better suit recording conditions and environment (☞P.21). This product is equipped with the following features. • OLYMPUS IMAGING CORPORATION holds the copyrights for DSS Player Version 6 software and the instructions (this manual). • Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. • Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. • Other product and brand names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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3 Table of Contents Identification of Parts ............................ 4 Minimum Requirement ......................... 5 Installing DSS Player Software ............ 6 Uninstalling DSS Player Software ........ 8 Using Online Help................................. 9 Connection to Your PC ....................... 10 Running DSS Player........................... 11 Window Names................................... 12 Using the Remote Edit Window ......... 13 Direct Recording ................................. 15 Playback (Playing a Dictation File) .... 18 Save Recording .................................. 20 Microphone Sensitivity ....................... 21 Recording Modes ............................... 21 Index Marks ........................................ 22 System Sounds .................................. 25 Directrec Default User ID to Directrec ... 26 Directrec Button Function Customization ... 27 Troubleshooting .................................. 32 Specifications ..................................... 33 Technical Assistance And Support ..... 33 Introduction Getting Ready Let’s Get Started User Support
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4 1 Built-in microphone 2 Record/Play indicator light 3 PLAY button/STOP function 4 NEW button 5 A (Programmable) button 6 REW (Rewind) button 7 REC (Record)/STOP function 8 FF (Fast Forward) button 9 Left mouse button 0 Pointing device ! Right mouse button @ Built-in speaker # B (Programmable) button $ USB cable Identification of Parts How to use the pointing device Hold Directrec gently and use your thumb to move the pointer to your desired direction. To click, use the pointing device right or left button as your would with a PC mouse. Please do not press or move the pointing device Forcefully. @ 4 3 6 9 0 1 5 8 ! 7 # 2 $ Tip on the pointing device Holding Directrec gently and using a thumb can control the pointer like a PC mouse.
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5 Minimum Requirement Basic Minimum Requirement of DSS Player IBM PC/AT compatible PC Microsoft Windows Me/ 2000 Professional/ XP Professional, Home Edition Intel Pentium II class 333 MHz processor or faster (Processor 500 MHz or faster is recommended) 128 MB or more (256 MB or more is recommended) 50 MB or more 2x or faster CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM drive Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16 or 100% compatible sound card Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 SP2 or later 800 x 600 pixels or more, 256 colors or more One or more free ports PC: Operating System: CPU: RAM: Hard drive space: Drive: Sound card: Browser: Display: USB port:
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6 Installing DSS Player Software Before you connect your Directrec to your PC, you must first install the DSS Player software. Make sure to exit all running applications, eject the floppy disk if you are using one, and logon as administrator if you are running Windows 2000/ XP (Professional only) on the network. Installing DSS Player 5Register user information. Enter your name, company name and serial number. For the serial num- ber, see the label attached to the CD-ROM package provided with DSS Player. When entered, click [Next]. When the confirmation dialog appears, click [Yes]. 6Confirm your acceptance of the terms of the Licensing Agreement. You must accept the terms of the LicensingAgreement to install DSS Player. If you accept them, click [Yes]. 1Insert Olympus DSS Player CD into the CD-ROM drive. The installation program will start automatically. Once the program starts, jump to step 4. If it does not, follow the procedures in steps 2 and 3. 2Click the [start] button and select [Run]. 3Enter “D:\setup.exe” in the [Open] field and click [OK] . This is assuming the CD-ROM drive is D. 4The installation Language Selection dialog box opens. Click the desired language to select it.
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7 oftware Installing the Device Driver 11Connect the Directrec to your PC, referring to “Connection to Your PC” (☞P.10). When you connect the Directrec to your PC for the first time after installing DSS Player, the Directrec’s driver will be installed automatically. If the driver is installed properly, DSS Player will start automatically. (For details about operation for DSS Player see pages from P.11) 7Select where to install DSS Player. This lets you specify the folder in which to install DSS Player. Click [Browse] to find the desired installation folder. To accept the default folder, click [Next]. Note If the installation folder does not exist, a confirmation dialog box opens to get your permission to create a folder for this purpose. Click [Yes]. 8Select a program menu folder. You may change the program menu folder to another one, such as [Start Up]. To accept the default folder, click [Next]. 9Authorizing the start of file copying. Confirm all “Current Settings”. To accept them, click [Next]. Note To change the program menu folder or installation folder, click [Back]. 10Copy files. Wait until DSS Player is installed on your PC, then click [Finish]. The screen returns to the opening screen automatically.
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8 Uninstalling DSS Player Software 1Exit DSS Player. 2Select [Control Panel] from [start] menu. 3Click [Add/Remove programs] in the control panel window. 4A list of applications that have been installed is displayed. Select the software you would like to uninstall/remove. 5Click [Change/Remove]. 6Confirmation of Deleting the program. Click the [OK] button to start uninstalling. An additional message may appear, if so, read it carefully and follow the instructions given. 7When the [Maintenance Complete] screen is displayed, click [Fin- ish] to complete uninstalling. To uninstall any of the software components of the DSS player software installed on your PC, follow the steps below. .............................................................................................................................. Note • The voice files you made are stored in the [MESSAGE] folder. If you don’t need them, delete them. You can confirm the location of the [MESSAGE] folder by clicking [Options] in the [Tools] menu before uninstalling.
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9 Using Online Help Search by Contents 1Once the Online Help screen appears, click the Contents tab. 2Double-click the icon of the desired topic heading. The title of the topic is displayed. 3Double-click the icon of the desired topic. An explanation of the topic is dis- played. Search by Keyword 1Once the Online Help screen appears, click the Index tab. 2Enter text. Matching keywords are located automatically. 3Choose a topic, then click [Display]. An explanation of the topic is dis- played. 2 3 1 2 1 3 For information on the DSS Player usage and features, refer to the Online Help. To open Online Help, you have the following options. • Click the [start] button, select [All Programs], then [Olympus DSS Player], then click [Help]. • While DSS Player is running, choose [Contents] from the [Help] menu. • While DSS Player is running, press [F1] on the keyboard. .............................................................................................................................. Note • For more information on menus and operations, refer to Online Help.
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10 Connection toYour PC Be sure to install the DSS Player software before connecting the Directrec to the PC. However, if you do connect the Directrec before or during the software installation, the “Add New Hardware Wizard” will appear. In this case, cancel the wizard by pressing the [Cancel] button in the wizard screen and then install or continue the installation of DSS Player software. Disconnecting fromYour PC .............................................................................................................................. Notes • Some PCs and USB hubs may not supply sufficient power and the Directrec fails to connect. Refer to your PC User’s Manual regarding the USB port or USB hub on your PC. • When using a USB hub to connect the Directrec, always use a self-powered (AC adapter) USB hub. • Never disconnect the USB code while the record/play indicator light is flashing. If you do, the data will be destroyed. Connecting to your PC Using the USB Cable 1Connect the Directrec USB cable directly into the USB port or USB hub of your PC. When the DSS Player is activated, the icon will appear in Device Tree View (☞P.12) of the DSS Player. 1Disconnect the Directrec USB cable from your PC USB port or USB hub.
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11 Running DSS Player By default, connecting the Directrec to your PC will start the applica- tion automatically. Disabling automatic start 1Right click Device Detector icon in the System Tray in the lower right hand corner of the screen, and select [Setting]. The application which enables setting will be displayed by dialog. 2Click the of the [DSS Player Version 6]. The check mark on [DSS Player Version 6] disappears. For automatic start, select and click DSS Player to reinstate again. 1Start Windows. 2Click the [start] button, then select [All Pro- grams]. 3Click [Olympus DSS Player]. Manual start ...................................................................................................................................... Note • If you connect the Directrec before installing DSS Player, the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog box will open. If this happens, click [Cancel] to exit the wizard, then install the DSS Player software. 2 2 2 3
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12 Window Names 1 Playback Control Bar Provides the control buttons to play and stop dictation files. 2 Dictation Tree View Displays the directory structure of the DSS, WAVE -format files stored on your PC’s hard disk. Recordings made using Directrec will be saved as a file in the Message Tray ( ) in the Dictation Folder ( ). 3 Device Tree View Displays the directory structure of the Directrec. 4 Dictation List View Displays the dictation files in the folder selected in 2 and 3. Main Window(Windows XP) *Main screen is displayed when DSS Player is started. 1 4 2 3 Massage Tray
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13 Using the Remote EditWindow Starting the [Remote Edit] window for the DSS Player main window 1Ensure Directrec is properly connected to your PC and then start the DSS Player. DSS Player main window appears. 2From the DSS Player main window, click the [File] menu, then select [New File...], or click the icon. [Remote Edit] window appears. 3Directrec button functions are completely supported when the [Remote Edit] window is open. ...................................................................................................................................... Notes • Ensure that the [Remote Edit] window is open when you use Directrec, or the remote control will not function. • The [Remote Edit] window can also be displayed without opening the main menu when starting the DSS Player (☞P.14). For enjoyable recording experience, use Directrec with the DSS Player software to record to your PC. The DSS Player can be configured to provide you with complete remote control over your recording session from the Directrec without the use of the PC mouse.
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14 Starting the [Remote Edit] window without opening the DSS Player main window With a push of a button on the Directrec, you can set your PC to open the [Remote Edit] window directly without entering the DSS Player main window. Using the Remote Edit Window 1From the DSS Player main window, click the [Tools] menu, select [Options...], then click the [Directrec] tab. 2Check [Start Remote Edit window automatically when Dictation Module is launched] and then click the [OK] button. The pre-settings are now complete. When pre-settings are checked, the computer recognizes the Directrec device connection as the DSS Player starting, and opens the [Remote Edit] window without opening the main application window (☞P.12). 2
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15 Current recording time Remaining recording time Direct Recording 1From the DSS Player main window, click the [File] menu, then select [New File...], or click the icon. [Remote Edit] window appears. 2Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Record) button in the [Remote Edit] window to start recording. The red record/play indicator light on Directrec will become lit. Point the micro- phone at the sound source. 3Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Stop) button in the [Remote Edit] to stop recording. If you want to append additional recordings to the same file, Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the button again. New Recording 2,3 2 3 1
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16 Overwrite Recording You can overwrite a previous recording from any point within the file. Note that the overwritten recordings will be premanently erased. 1Make sure you are at the starting point of the recording to be overwritten. 2Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Record) button in the [Remote Edit] window. The record/play indicator light on the Directrec will light up and Overwrite Recording will start. 3Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Stop) button in the [Remote Edit] window to stop overwriting. Direct Recording Do not check here ...................................................................................................................................... Notes • Ensure that the “Insert recording” box (☞P.17) in the [Remote Edit] window is not checked or the overwrite recording will not proceed. • You cannot select a different recording mode (SP, LP) than that of the original file before overwriting a recording. 2 3 2,3
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17 Insert Recording Additional recording can be inserted into a previously recorded file. 1Check ( )“Insert recording”box in the [Remote Edit] window. 2Make sure you are at the right position in the file where recording insert should take place. 3While playing the file, press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Record) button in the [Remote Edit] window to start inserting an additional recording. The red record/play indicator light on Directrec will become lit. 4Press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Stop) button in the [Remote Edit] window to the stop inserting the additional recording. 3,4 ...................................................................................................................................... Notes • Ensure that the “Insert recording” box in the [Remote Edit] window is checked or the recording will not be inserted. • You cannot select a different recording mode (SP, LP) than that of the original file before overwriting a recording. 4 3 1
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18 1Press the PLAY button on the Directrec or press the (Play) button in the [Remote Edit] window to start playback. The green record/play indicator light on Directrec will become lit. 2Adjust the volume slider in the [Remote Edit] window to the required level. The recording will be played through the Directrec speaker. 3Press the PLAY button on the Directrec or press the (Stop) button in the [Remote Edit] window at any point you want to stop the playback. 1,3 2 3 1 Playback slider Shows the current playback position. Time axis Current playback time Total recording time of the file being played Playback (Playing a Dictation File)
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19 Playback functions Operation Press the FF button once while stopped. Press the REW button once while stopped. Hold the FF button while stopped or playing a file. Hold the REW button while stopped or playing a file. How to Cancel Press the PLAY button. ➥ The Directrec starts the operetion of the set position. Release the FF button. Release the REW button. Playback functions Fast Forward (FF) Rewind (REW) Cue (CUE) Review (REV) • Please refer to our Online Help for further information about Directrec functions and controls (☞P.9). Various functions are available with Directrec and the [Remote Edit] window to playback a recorded file. Directrec playback functions Operation Press the button once while stopped. Press the button once while stopped. Hold the button while stopped or playing a file. Hold the button while stopped or playing a file. How to Cancel Press the button. ➥ Recorded file will play again. Release the button. Release the button. Playback functions Fast Forward (FF) Rewind (REW) Cue (CUE) Review (REV) Functions using the [Remote Edit] window ation File)
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20 Save Recording 2,3 1To save the current recording, press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Stop) button in the [Remote Edit] to stop recording. 2Either press the NEW button on Directrec or click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. [File Save] window will appear to save the data. 3To save the file, either press the NEW button on the Directrec or click the [Save] button on the [Remote Edit] window. The recorded data will be saved. 4The Directrec is now available for recording on a new file, press the REC button on the Directrec or press the (Record) button in the [Remote Edit] window to start recording. 3 File number... A serial number automatically assigned by the DSS Player. The ID that has been set on the Directrec. The default name on the Directrec is “DR_1000”. The user ID can be modified with DSS Player (☞P.26). File names are assigned in the following manner. File Name Format DR_1 0001.dss Extension 1,4
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21 Microphone sensitivity is adjustable to meet recording needs. Microphone Sensitivity Two recording modes are available with the Directrec. SP (standard recording) and LP (long-term recording). Recording Modes 1Select from the “Sensitivity” box either “Dictation” or “Conference” in the [Remote Edit] window. Conference: The high-sensitivity mode suitable for recording the ambient sounds. Dictation: The low-sensitivity mode suitable for recording dictation. ...................................................................................................................................... Note • If you want to record clear or noise-free dictation, select Dictation mode and place the microphone 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 inches) from the source. 1Select from the “Quality” box either “SP (mono)” or “LP (mono)” in the [Remote Edit] window. SP: Default recording mode. LP: Can record in a smaller file size with the same recording time as the SP mode. 1 ...................................................................................................................................... Note • Choose SP mode for recording meetings or lectures with crisp clarity. 1
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22 Index marks can be placed in a file during recording or playback to provide a quick and easy way of identifying important sections in the file. Index Marks Setting an Index Mark ...................................................................................................................................... Notes • Up to 16 index marks can be set in a file. • Index marks cannot be set or cleared in a locked file. Please see the Online Help for further details (☞P.9). 1 1 1Either press the A button on Directrec, or click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window while recording or playing. Index Mark will now be set. A icon will appear on the time axis bar in the [Remote Edit] window. The index mark can also be set by selecting [New Index Mark] in the [Tools] menu. Time axis Playback slider Displays the current position of playback or recording.
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23 1 1Either press FF or REW button on Directrec twice, or click the button on the [Remote Edit] window. The Playback slider will automatically jump to the Index Mark ( ) position. Locating an Index Mark The icon on the time axis bar in the [Remote Edit] window indicates the position of the Index Mark. To jump to a marked position follow this procedure. Position of the Index Mark 1 Time axis 1Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select [View All Index Marks...] in the [Tools] menu. The [View All Index Marks] window will appear. 2Select the marked position you want to jump to and click [Skip]. Directrec will jump to the selected Index Mark position. 2 Using the [View All Index Marks] window to jump to the Index Mark
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24 1Locate the index mark you want to clear. 2Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select the [Delete Index Mark] in the [Tools] menu. The index mark is erased. Clearing an Index Mark ...................................................................................................................................... Note • Index marks cannot be set or cleared in a locked file. Please see the Online Help for further details (☞P.9). Index Marks
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25 1Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select [Directrec Configuration Tool] in the [Tools] menu. The [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box will appear. 2Select the [Customizing] tab and check the [Enable Beep Sound] box. With check: System sound is On. Without check: System sound is Off. 3Click [Upload Settings]. The settings are now completed. System Sounds The Directrec beeps to alert you to button operations. System sounds may be turned off. 1 2 3
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26 1Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select the [Directrec Configuration Tool] in the [Tools] menu. The [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box will appear. 2Input your user ID into the [User ID] box and click [Upload Settings]. The input User ID will be transferred to Directrec. The ID can be any combination of “A” to “Z”, Numeric and/or “_”, and up to a maximum of 16 letters long. ...................................................................................................................................... Note • Never disconnect the USB access if the indicator light is flashing red. If you do so, the data may be destroyed. 1 Directrec Default User ID to Directrec The Directrec User ID plays an essential part in the file naming process of new recordings. The default User ID is “DR1000”. In order to change the default user ID, follow the procedure below. 2
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27 1Select [Directrec Configuration Tool] in the [Tools] menu in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, click the icon on the toolbar. The [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box will appear. 2Select the function to be assigned to each button and click [Upload Settings]. The “Successfully upload setting” alert will appear and complete customization. If the “Failed to upload setting” alert appears, try the setting procedure once again. DirectrecButtonFunctionCustomization Using [Directrec Configuration Tool], Directrec button functions can be easily customized to suit individual user needs. Customizing Directrec Buttons 1 2
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28 List of customizable buttons REW PLAY FF NEW REC A B Default settings REW PLAY FF NEW REC Application (INDEX/DSS Player) Application (EXIT) Functions available for settings REW, PLAY, FF, NEW, INDEX*1 , PRIORITY*2 , INSERT/OVERWRITE*3 , DISABLE*4 , Application...*5 *1: [INDEX] button function...To insert an index mark using the [Remote Edit] window. *2: [PRIORITY] button function...To switch the “Priority” settings in the [Remote Edit] window. *3: [INSERT/OVERWRITE] button function...To switch the Insert and Overwrite recording modes in the [Remote Edit] window. *4: [DISABLE] button function...No function will be assigned. *5: [Application…] button function...To programme to start a shortcut key for the DSS Player and a selected application by using the [Directrec APP] tab. Example: (EXIT) indicates that the shortcut key for the exit command in the [Remote Edit] window is assigned. Refer to the Online Help for registration. List of Customizable buttons and Available Functions Displaying Programmable Buttons The Directrec Programmable (A,B) buttons can be displayed in the [Re- mote Edit] window. They are useful as the assigned functions are also shown. 1Select and check the [Show Custom Button] box in the [Tools] menu of the [Remote Edit] window. The Programmable (A,B) buttons along with their programmed function will be displayed in the toolbar. ...................................................................................................................................... Note • The Programmable buttons will not be displayed if the connected device does not include the same function buttons. Directrec Button Function Customization 1
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29 1Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select [Directrec Configuration Tool] in the [Tools] menu. The [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box will appear. 2Select the [Directrec App] tab in the [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box. The shortcut keys for the [Remote Edit] window programmed to each button on the Directrec as well as each start-up application are displayed. Programming Shortcut Keys (Registration) You can customize the functions of other applications to the Directrec buttons. This enables you to use the other application software easily while dictating with Directrec. The selected application shortcut keys can be programmed to Directrec Programmable (A,B) buttons by using [Directrec Configuration Tool]. By doing so, the Directrec buttons can be used to start the applications and command the functions. The icon will be displayed in the task tray as a regular application in [Directrec Configuration Tool]. Programming [Remote Edit] Function (Default) The shortcut keys in the DSS Player [Remote Edit] window are programmed as default. 1 2 n
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30 Directrec Button Function Customization Directrec programmable (A,B) buttons as well as the [Remote Edit] window can be used to control and navigate through applications when they are individually programmed as application shortcuts. The shortcuts to applications can be saved individually as templates. As the template can be switched automatically when the application becomes active, the various applications can be operated by remote control when required. 1Click the icon on the toolbar in the [Remote Edit] window. Or, select [Directrec Configuration Tool] in the [Tools] menu. The [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box will appear. 2Click the icon on the toolbar in [Directrec ConfigurationTool]. Or, select [New Template] in the [File] menu. The [Open] dialog box will appear. Button B Shift+FF Shift+NEW Shift+A Shift+PLAY Shift+REC Assigned command Application (Exit the Remote Edit window) Jump to the index mark To turn up the volume To turn down the volume PRIORITY Switching Insert/Overwrite Recording The default programmed shortcut keys are shown below. 2 Only the programmable (A,B) buttons can be programmed. Programming of the NEW, REW or FF button is not possible. However, the combination with Shift key or Ctrl key of the PC will enable programming. Programming shortcut keys to your desired application
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31 3Browse and Select the application executable and click [Open]. The application shortcut is now set. For example, if you select Microsoft Word “winword.exe” executable file, “winword” will be added to the [Directrec Configuration Tool] dialog box. 4Select the tab added to the [Directrec ConfigurationTool] dialog box and program the shortcut key to Directrec Programmable (A,B) buttons. The registered contents will be automatically saved as a template. Programming to the buttons other than Programmable (A,B) buttons is possible with the combination with Shift key or Ctrl key of the PC. Refer to the Online Help (☞P.9) for further information on programming shortcut keys. A:The [Button] column shows Directrec buttons. Shift+XXX and Ctrl+XXX indicates the combination of Shift key or Ctrl key on the keyboard and Directrec buttons. B:The [Assign] column shows the currently programmed shortcut keys or the start-up application status. n 3 A B
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32 Troubleshooting Symptom Unable to use Directrec controls No playback tone heard Noise heard during playback Recording level too low Unable to set index marks Cannot connect to PC Unable to use Directrec USB microphone/ speaker. Probable cause DSS Player (included in the package) is not installed. The [Remote Edit] window in the DSS Player (included in the package) is not open. The sound volume in the [Remote Edit] window is set to 0. The sound volume of your computer is set to 0. The Directrec was shaken during recording. The Directrec was placed near a cell phone or fluorescent lamp while recording or during playback. The microphone sensitivity is too low. The maximum number of index marks (16) has been reached. Sometimes a connection cannot be made with some PCs running Windows XP. USB Audio Device is not selected in the device settings of your PC. Action Install the DSS Player (☞P.6). Open the [Remote Edit] window first and then use Directrec. Adjust the volume level. Move the Directrec. Set the microphone sensitivity to Conference mode and try again (☞P.21). Erase unnecessary index marks (☞P.24). You need to change the PC’s USB settings. See DSS Player Online Help for details (☞P.9). Go to the Windows [start] menu, = [Control Panel] and then select [Sounds and Multimedia]. Open the [Audio] tab and select USB Audio Device as the setting for “Sound Playback” and “Sound Recording”. For the latest information not included in the user manual, please refer to the Online Help (☞P.9).
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33 Technical Assistance And Support The following is contact information for technical support for Olympus Directrec and software only. ◆ Technical Hotline Number in the U.S. and Canada 1-888-553-4448 ◆ User Support E-mail address in the U.S. and Canada distec@olympus.com ◆ Technical Hotline Number in Europe Toll free number 00800 67 10 83 00 available for Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Charged numbers for the Rest of Europe +49 180 567 1083 +49 40 23773 899 ◆ User Support E-mail address in Europe dss.support@olympus-europa.com Specifications Recording format: DSS (Digital Speech Standard) Input level: –70 dBv Overall frequency response: 100 to 15,000 Hz Maximum working output (5 V DC): 300 mW or more (8 Ω speaker) External dimensions: 157 x 49 x 27 mm (without protrusions) Weight: 200 g Cable legth: 2.5 m Plug shape: USB connector A type
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E1-BZ8156-01 AP0602 Shinjuku Monolith, 3-1 Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0914, Japan. Tel. 03-3340-2111 Two Corporate Center Drive, PO BOX 9058 Melville, NY 11747-9058, U.S.A. Tel. 1-800-622-6372 (Premises/Goods delivery) Wendenstrasse 14-18, 20097 Hamburg, Germany. Tel. 040-237730 (Letters) Postfach 10 49 08. 20034 Hamburg. Germany. 2-8 Honduras Street, London EC1Y 0TX, United Kingdom, Tel. 020-7253-2772 http://www.olympus.com/

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