Casio K862PSM3DMX user manual

User manual for the device Casio K862PSM3DMX

Device: Casio K862PSM3DMX
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Photo Loader
Version 2.1
CASIO LCD Digital Camera Image Loading
Software
Windows version
Instruction manual
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K862PSM3DMX

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• Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. • CompactFlash and the logo are trademarks of SanDisk Corporation. TM • MultiMediaCard is a trademark of Infineon Technologies AG in Germany, and is licensed to MMCA (MultiMediaCard Association). • Other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies. • The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. • The document has been prepared with our utmost effort. However, please contac

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Table of contents Introduction ................................................................... 5  To first-time users of Photo Loader ....................................... 5  Features of Photo Loader ....................................................... 5 Automatically loads recorded images from a digital camera or memory card. .......................................................................... 5 Handling high-volume image data as a library ........................... 6 Automati

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 Deleting Images ..................................................................... 32 Deleting a library ...................................................................... 32 Deleting images one by one .................................................... 33  Copying a library.................................................................... 35  Moving a library ..................................................................... 37  Editing a library ..............................

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Introduction This document describes how to use the CASIO LCD digital camera image loading software, Photo Loader (hereafter called Photo Loader in this document). Photo Loader is a software application that runs on Windows. This document does not describe how to use Windows. This document assumes that Photo Loader users are familiar with the following basic operations. • Mouse operations such as clicking, double-clicking, dragging, dragging and dropping • Menu operation using the mouse • Charac

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Handling high-volume image data as a library Loaded image files will be managed in a folder by date, which is handled as a library. Automatically creates an HTML file in which recorded images can be searched in calendar format. An HTML file will be automatically created to allow searching of recorded images loaded manually or automatically and for viewing the contents of the library using a browser.  New functions of Photo Loader 2.1 Some new functions have been added to Photo Loader 2.1. For d

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 How to read this instruction manual Operation conventions All operations on this manual are described for Windows 98. The description assumes that a mouse is used. In this document, the buttons in dialog boxes are described as follows. [View] button [Load image] button [Edit] button [Delete] button [Copy] button [Move] button [Preferences] button [Print] button [Help] button [Exit] button Display screens • The display screens in this document are from Windows 98 and may differ slightly from ot

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Starting Photo Loader Photo Loader must be installed on your PC before starting. If not yet installed, install Photo Loader on your PC. 1. Switch on your PC to start Windows. 2. Select “Programs”→ “Casio”→ “Photo Loader” → “Photo Loader 2.1E”. Photo Loader starts and the function buttons are displayed. Photo Loader function buttons Note When you start Photo Loader for the first time, a dialog message “Mail Settings. First setup options. To apply settings to the library, rebuild the library after

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 Checking communication status between digital camera and Photo Loader (for RS-232C connection) Important! • RS-232C connection is not possible with some digital cameras. For details, see the user’s manual of the digital camera. • Before loading image data from a digital camera, check that communication between the digital camera and Photo Loader is successful using the following steps. * Connect a digital camera to your PC before checking the communication status. Read the instruction manual o

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3. Click the [Setting(S)] button. Click the [Cancel] button to cancel the operation. • Check that the number of the RS-232C terminal (serial port) on your PC connected by the cable is the same as the port number (COM1-COM9) displayed by the communication port setting in the preferences dialog box. • Read the instruction manual of your PC for the number of the RS-232C terminal. • If the number of the RS-232C terminal connected is different from the communication port number in the preferences dia

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Using Photo Loader This section describes how to use Photo Loader.  Loading an image This sub-section describes how to load image data onto your PC using Photo Loader. You can choose from “Loading images automatically” and “Loading images manually”. * Photo Loader can be used to capture the following types of multimedia file. • Image files saved in JPEG format • Video files saved in AVI format (including those without sound) • Audio files saved in WAV format Linked still images (JPEG) and audio

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Note • It is recommended that the peripheral devices listed above be used to automatically load images recorded with digital cameras. To load images not from a digital camera, see “Loading images other than those recorded by digital cameras” on page 23. • Images can be automatically loaded from the following cameras in addition to this camera. DCF-compatible digital cameras or memory cards* (JPEG files only) memory cards* of QV-7000SX and QV-5500SX (JPEG and AVI files) * Must be mounted on PC as

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2. Click the tab. 3. Select “Automatic loading ON(N)” from “Set up automatic loading”. • “Automatic loading ON(N)” is specified as the default. • Select “Automatic loading OFF(F)” to disable automatic loading. 13

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4. Restart Photo Loader by clicking [Exit] (Restarting is not necessary unless the settings have been changed). This completes the automatic loading settings. Images will be automatically loaded after starting Windows, when you connect the digital camera to the USB port of your PC, or when you mount the memory card used to record pictures with the digital camera. It will be turned “ON”. Important! • Always restart Photo Loader after you have changed the automatic loading setting. Otherwise, the

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5. Connect the digital camera to the USB port or mount the memory card used to record pictures on your PC. • The confirmation dialog will be displayed. • If the confirmation dialog is not required, change the setting by referring to page 44. 6. Click the [OK] button to start automatic loading. • Images will be loaded from the digital camera, and a library will be created. • Click the [Suspend] button to disable automatic loading. 7. Select the folder containing the image data to be loaded and cl

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8. Click the [Loading(G)] button. • Images will be loaded in the selected image folder. • Click the [Cancel] button to cancel image loading. • When “Sort by date (P)” is selected, the loading date confirmation dialog box will be displayed. Specify a date with the pull-down button and click [OK]. Pull-down button • If the following message appears when loading with “Sort by recording date (R)”, see “Handling image loading errors (for “Sort by recording date (R)”)” on page 26. 16

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9. Enter a library name for the loaded images. • Only valid when loading with “Sort by date (P)” selected. • Operation 10 screen will be displayed when loaded using “Sort by recording date (R)”. • See “Library sort method” on page 42 for “Sort by recording date (R)”. • You can enter up to 40 characters. • You can enter a library name when “Yes” is set for “Enter title after loading”. The default is set to “No”. • See “Enter title after loading” on page 43 for library name entry settings. 10. Cli

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Note If you start the program with automatic loading set on, the “Photo Loader supervisory” menu will be added to Windows “Start” → “Programs” → “StartUp”. Loading an Image Manually (for Card/USB connection) Image data recorded using a digital camera will be loaded into Photo Loader. When RS-232C connection is selected, see “Loading an Image Manually (for RS-232C connection)” on page 20. 1. Click the [Load image] button from the function buttons. 18

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2. Select the “Load image in camera” option based on the connection between the digital camera (or memory card) and your PC. • Select “Card/USB connection(U)”. 3. Click the [Load image in camera...] button. 4. Subsequent operations are the same as those for operation 7 on page 15. Note If the digital camera (or memory card) has only one image folder, subsequent operations are the same as those for operation 9 on page 17. 19

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Loading an Image Manually (for RS-232C connection) Image data recorded using a digital camera will be loaded into Photo Loader. See “Loading an Image Manually (for Card/USB connection)” on page 18 if you have selected card/USB connection. Important! • RS-232C connection is not possible with some digital cameras. For details, see the user’s manual of the digital camera. 1. Click the [Load image] button from the function buttons. 2. Select the “Load image in camera” option based on the connection


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