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Thank you for purchasing the PENTAX Digital Camera. This is the manual for “PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1” and “PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1”, software for your Windows PC or Macintosh for enjoying images created with your camera. Please read the separate camera operating manual and this manual before using your camera, “PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1”, or “PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1”, in order to get the most out of all the features and functions. Keep the camera operating manual and this manual safe
1 Contents Enjoying Your Digital Camera Pictures ............................. 2 What You Can Do with PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1...... 4 Software Provided....................................................................................4 System Requirements..............................................................................5 Installing the Software......................................................... 7 When Using Windows..............................................................
2 Enjoying Your Digital Camera Pictures You can use a computer to organize and edit the pictures captured with your digital camera. Direct Print Connect your camera directly to a PictBridge-compatible printer using the USB cable. (Not available on w.) Your computer is... • equipped with a standard USB interface. • using Windows Me/2000/XP or View and record images on Mac OS 9.01/9.2/X (Ver. 10.1, AV equipment 10.2, or 10.3). Connect your camera to a TV, Connect your camera DVD recorder
3 Use your image data You can use your e-mail software to attach and send images by e-mail, or post the images on your website. • See the operating manual of your e-mail software for details on how to make attachments to e-mails. • See the operating manual of the software you are using for details on how to use images on your website. Use your printer PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 (p.22 - p.75) PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1 (p.76 - p.97) • View images • Organize and save images You can use your pr
4 What You Can Do with PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 is software for viewing, printing and managing images taken on your digital camera and saved on your computer. When you select a folder containing saved images, those images compatible with PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 automatically appear as thumbnails. You can select a thumbnail image to view the image at a larger size. Files with extensions .bmp (BMP), .jpg (JPEG), .pef (RAW), .pct (PICT), .png (PNG) and .tif (TIFF)
5 PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1 Performs color separation processing and other processing on CCD RAW image data recorded in PENTAX digital camera dedicated format, thereby enabling images to be saved so as to appear on commercially-available image viewing and editing software. PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1 can also be run as a standalone application. System Requirements We recommend the following system requirements to transfer images from your camera to a computer and to install and use PENTAX
6 Macintosh System Requirements USB Connection • Macintosh with Mac OS 9.01/9.2/X (Ver. 10.1, 10.2 or 10.3) preinstalled. • USB port must be standard equipment. * Installation of the USB driver is not necessary. Application Software
Installing the Software 7 Here is the procedure for installing PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1. PENTAX PHOTO Browser 2.1 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 2.1 can be installed on top of earlier versions of this software supplied with w and J. When multiple accounts have been setup in Windows 2000/XP or Mac OS X, log on with an account that has administrative rights before installing the software. When Using Windows 1 Turn your computer on. Close any other software that is
8 4 Click [PENTAX Digital Camera Utility]. 5 Select your applicable language in the Select Language screen and click [OK]. Some operating environments select the language automatically. Continue with the installation in step 6. The installer starts. 6 The installer starts. Click [Next].
9 7 Confirm the folder name in the Destination Folder to which the program files are to be installed. Click [Next] if no need to change. 8 Click [Next] to begin the installation. Copying of the program files begins. 9 A message appears after installation of the software is finished. Click [Finish] to exit the installation program. The installation is complete.
10 Product Registration on the Internet Please click [Product Registration] on the software selection screen in step 4 (p.8). A world map for Internet Product Registration is displayed. If your PC is connected to the Internet, click the displayed country or region and then follow the instructions to register your product. Thank you very much for your cooperation. Only customers in displayed countries and regions can register their products on the Internet Product Registration.
11 When Using Macintosh 1 Turn your Macintosh on. Close any other software that is open. 2 Place the provided CD-ROM (S-SW34) into the CD-ROM drive on your Macintosh. 3 Double-click the CD-ROM (S- SW34) icon. The contents of the CD-ROM are displayed. 4 Double-click the [PENTAX Installer] icon. The PENTAX Software Installer screen appears. 5 You can choose the languages from the displayed screen. The software selection screen appears.
12 6 Click the OS selection button that corresponds to your OS. Follow the instructions on the screen and continue with the installation. Product Registration on the Internet Please click [Product Registration] on the software selection screen in step 6 (p.12). A world map for Internet Product Registration is displayed. If your Macintosh is connected to the Internet, click the displayed country or region and then follow the instructions to register your product. Thank you very much for y
Saving Images on Your Computer 13 Here is the procedure for saving images captured with your digital camera onto your computer. This section describes the method for saving images by connecting your camera and computer with the USB cable, as well as other methods. Saving Images by Connecting Your Camera and PC (For Windows) Set [Transfer Mode] on the Camera to [PC] L is used as an example here. When using w, [Transfer Mode] does not need to be set. Go to “Connecting Your Camera to Your PC” (
14 6 Press the 4 button on the camera. • Do not connect the camera to your computer while [PictBridge] is selected for the [Transfer Mode]. • If the USB transmission speed of the computer is slower than that of the camera, an error may occur when transferring data. If this occurs, set the Transfer Mode to [PC-F]. This sets the transfer speed to the USB 1.1 data transfer rate, thereby reducing the possibility of an error. Connecting Your Camera to Your PC 1 Turn your PC on. 2 Turn off your ca
15 Saving Camera Images on Your PC Windows XP is used as an example here. 1 Click [My Computer] from the start menu. 2 Double-click the [Removable Disk] icon. 3 Double-click the [DCIM] icon. The [XXXPENTX] (XXX is a three-digit number) folder appears. The camera image files are in this folder. 4 Drag and drop the [XXXPENTX] folder into any desired folder, such as the desktop or the [My Documents] folder. The camera images are saved on your PC as an entire folder.
16 Disconnecting Your Camera from Your PC Windows XP 1 Double-click the [Safely Remove Hardware] icon in the task bar. The [Safely Remove Hardware] screen appears. 2 Confirm that [USB Mass Storage Device] is selected and then click [Stop]. The [Stop a Hardware device] screen appears. 3 Select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [OK]. A message appears indicating that the hardware can be safely removed. 4 Click [OK]. 5 Turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable from your camera a
17 Windows Me/2000 1 Double-click the [Unplug or Eject Hardware] icon in the task bar. The [Unplug or Eject Hardware] screen appears. 2 Confirm that [USB Mass Storage Device] is selected and then click [Stop]. The [Stop a Hardware device] screen appears. 3 Select [USB Mass Storage Device] and click [OK]. A message appears indicating that the hardware can be safely removed. 4 Click [OK]. 5 Turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable from your camera and PC. The USB mass storage dev
18 Saving Images by Connecting Your Camera and Macintosh (For Macintosh) Setting the USB Connection Mode to [PC] L is used as an example here. When using w, [Transfer Mode] does not need to be set. Go to “Connecting the Camera and Macintosh” (p.19). 1 Press the 3 button on the camera. The [A Rec. Mode] menu or the [Q Playback] menu appears. 2 Press the four-way controller (5) to display the [H Set-up] menu. 3 Use the four-way controller (23) to select [Transfer Mode]. 4 Press the four-way con
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