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Please read these instructions before using your camcorder, and retain them for future reference. This package may contain plastic bags or other materials that pose a hazard to children. Be sure to safely dispose of all packing materials after opening. The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical hazard if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, incinerate, or heat the batteries. Used batteries should be disposed of safely.

Install the Battery 1. Remove the battery compartment door by sliding it toward the base of the camera. Load the battery pack into the compartment as shown in the diagram.

The text on the battery should be visible and the metal contacts should face left. Replace the battery compartment door and snap it into place. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Charging the Battery 1. Turn off the camera. Connect the camera to the USB port of a computer. The LED light will turn on while charging and will turn off when the battery is fully charged.

Fully charge the battery before using the camera for the first time. The maximum supported card size is 16GB. English 1. Install the memory card by inserting it gently into the card slot on the side of the video camera. Push the card until it clicks into place.

Make sure the card is properly aligned as indicated by the marking next to the card slot. To avoid data corruption, turn off the digital video camera before inserting or removing a memory card. Avoid touching the gold contacts of the memory card. A compatible memory card should fit easily into the card slot; if you encounter resistance, check the alignment of the card. Do not attempt to force the card in. To release and remove the card, press the card in; it will spring out of the slot.

Grasp the card by its edge to remove it. To save power, the camera will turn itself off automatically after one minute when not in use. Changing Camera Modes Your video camera includes three modes. Press to toggle between them. The mode icon displayed on the upper left corner of the screen indicates the current camera mode.

Photo Capture still photos. Video Mode Place the camera in Video mode to record videos. When you turn on your camera, it will enter Video Mode automatically. The camera can record at a maximum video size of x pixels HD p. To increase recording time, you may wish to record video at a lower resolution.

When the camera is recording, the elapsed recording time is displayed on the upper right corner of the screen. When the camera is not recording, the estimated available recording time is displayed instead. The video size is displayed on the upper right corner of the the screen. Recording must be stopped to change the video size. The magnification level is displayed on the screen. The estimated number of available photos on the memory card is displayed on the upper right corner of the screen. Photo Size The camera can record at a maximum photo size of 5 MP x To increase the amount of photos you can take, you may wish to record photos at a lower resolution.

Press pause video playback. To enter setup mode: to place the camera in Video or 1. Press Photo mode. Press to enter Setup mode. Some setup options are related to Video or Photo mode only.

To access to these specific options, place the camera in Video or Photo mode before entering Setup mode, respectively. Off: On: Function Shoot photos normally. Shoot photos with a 10 second timer. Set the light frequency to match the power frequency used in your area. Adjust this option to correct for flickering from fluorescent lamps that do not use high-frequency ballasts. Set the display language for menus and other interface elements English, French, Spanish.

Printer: Set the USB mode to connect to a printer for direct photo printing. Menu Item Sounds Off: Format On: Yes: No: Reset All Yes: No: Function Do not play a sound when a key is pressed. Play a sound when a key is pressed. Reset the internal memory of the camera. This will destroy all photos, videos, and data stored in memory.

Cancel and return to the previous screen. Reset all options to their factorydefault state. Turn on the TV. Locate the Composite Video input connectors on the TV. Turn on the camera; the camera will automatically switch to playback mode and the camera screen will turn off.

Use the playback mode controls to play videos or view photos on the TV. If you need help setting the TV source mode, please refer to the documentation provided with your TV. Page 16 Connecting To A Tv Connect your camera to a computer to transfer files from the camera onto your hard drive. Locate the USB plug switch on the left side of the camera.

Slide the switch down to release the USB plug. If the camera is off, turn it on. Your computer should automatically recognize the video camera as a removable disk. Follow the prompt on your computer screen to view files on the camera. Transfer files from the camera to your computer as you would with any external disk i. The camera must be turned on to connect to a computer. Transferring Files To A Computer Page 17 English ÂÂ Transferring Files to a Computer The first time you connect the camera to a computer, it may take a moment for the computer to recognize and install the appropriate drivers for the camera.

English A USB extension cable has been provided for your convenience. Use this cable to connect if the only available USB ports are located on the back of your computer, or if the camera is blocked by other USB devices.

If your computer has an SD card reader, you can simply remove the SD card from the camera and load it into the card reader to transfer files. With over styles, there are many ways to personalize your home production. Whether you are trying to create a slideshow or a quick home movie — muvee autoProducer 6 brings a level of simplicity to the task.

Add your photos and video, select a style, and let it automatically create and sync a movie to the beat of your music.

The help documentation refers to the full version of autoProducer 6, not the Basic version that is included. The basic version of muvee autoProducer 6.

Start the program. Turn on the CAM and connect it to your computer. Add videos and photos from the CAM a. Using The Included Software Page 25 b. Use the drop-down menu to choose the CAM The SD card will appear as a removable drive. To add a soundtrack to the project, click the music icon.

Click on a style to choose a visual style for this project. Using The Included Software Page 27 7. To save and share your finished muvee, click the muveeShare icon. Actual storage capacity may vary.


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