Pentax PHOTO Laboratory 3 user manual

User manual for the device Pentax PHOTO Laboratory 3

Device: Pentax PHOTO Laboratory 3
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Date of adding : 2013-09-15 15:29:39
Number of pages: 108
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(Version 3.6)
Operating Manual

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Thank you for purchasing this PENTAX Digital Camera. This is the manual for “PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3” and “PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3” 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 3”, or “PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3”, in order to get the most out of all the features and functions. Keep the camera operating manual and this manual safe, as they

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1 Contents Enjoying Your Digital Camera Pictures..............................2 Provided Software ................................................................4 Software Provided ................................................................................... 4 System Requirements ............................................................................. 5 Installing the Software .........................................................7 When Using Windows ..............................

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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 XP/Windows Vista View and record images on or Mac OS X Ver. 10.3 or later. AV equipment Connect your camera to a TV, Connect your camera DVD recorder or other aud

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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 3 (p.18 - p.69) PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 (p.70 - p.102) • View images • Organize and save images You can use your print

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4 Provided Software The provided CD-ROM (S-SW84) contains the following software: • PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 • PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 This manual describes PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 with screen images from Windows XP. The operation of these software applications is nearly the same on Macintosh with the exception of some keys. For information on Macintosh-specific instructions, see the sections labeled “For Macintosh” or the online help. Software Provided PENTAX PHO

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5 PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 (9 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese [traditional and simplified], Korean, Japanese) This application supports a number of image processing functions for use with PEF and DNG files including data conversion, color adjustment, and image compensation, and further allows you to save these images in formats compatible with other commercial image browsing and editing software. You can also print PEF and DNG files. PENTAX PHOTO Labo

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6 We recommend using AC adapter (sold separately) when the camera is connected to the computer. If the battery becomes depleted during image transfer, the image data or SD Memory Card may be damaged. Macintosh System Requirements Macintosh with Mac OS X 10.3 or later preinstalled (USB 2.0 port must be standard equipment) * Your camera can be connected to your computer with a USB cable to transfer images with Mac OS X 10.2. However, PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 are no

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7 Installing the Software Here is the procedure for installing PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3. PENTAX PHOTO Browser and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory can overwrite earlier versions of this software. Make sure to install PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 and PENTAX PHOTO Laboratory 3 on the provided CD-ROM (S-SW84) in order to use RAW files shot with the e/y. When multiple accounts have been setup in Windows XP/Windows Vista or Mac OS X, log on with an account that has administrative ri

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8 4 Click [PENTAX Digital Camera Utility]. 5 Select the desired 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]. Follow the instructions on the screen and continue with the installation.

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9 Product Registration on the Internet To better serve you, please take a moment to register your software. 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 computer is connected to the Internet, click the displayed country or region and then follow the instructions to register your software. When Using Macintosh 1 Turn on your Macintosh. Close any other software that is open. 2 Place t

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10 4 Double-click the [PENTAX Installer] icon. The PENTAX Software Installer screen appears. 5 You can choose the language from the displayed screen. The software selection screen appears. 6 Click [PENTAX Digital Camera Utility]. Follow the instructions on the screen and continue with the installation. Product Registration on the Internet To better serve you, please take a moment to register your software. Please click [Product Registration] on the software selection screen in step 6. Nex

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11 Saving Images on Your Computer 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 Computer (For Windows) Setting [USB Connection] on the Camera to [PC] e/y is used as an example here. 1 Press the 3 button on the camera. The [A Rec. Mode 1] menu or the [Q Playback 1] men

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12 6 Press the 4 button on the camera. Do not connect the camera to your computer while [PictBridge] is selected for the [USB Connection]. Connecting Your Camera to Your Computer 1 Turn your computer on. 2 Turn off your camera and use the USB cable to connect your camera and your computer. Confirm that an SD Memory Card is inserted into your camera. 3 Turn your camera on. The camera is recognized as a [Removable Disk] in [My Computer]. • If the [Removable Disk Drive] dialog appears when the ca

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13 Saving Camera Images on Your Computer 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. When the method for assigning folder names is set to [Date], the [xxx_MMDD] folder (where MMDD is the shooting date) appears. (p.224 of the camera Operating Manual) 4 Drag and drop the [xxxPENTX

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14 Disconnecting Your Camera from Your Computer Windows XP is used as an example here. 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 [Close]. 5 Turn off the camera and disconn

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15 Saving Images by Connecting Your Camera and Computer (For Macintosh) Setting [USB Connection] to [PC] Refer to p.11 for settings procedures. Connecting the Camera and Macintosh 1 Turn on your Macintosh. 2 Turn off your camera and use the USB cable to connect your camera and your Macintosh. Confirm that an SD Memory Card is inserted into your camera. 3 Turn your camera on. Your camera is recognized on the desktop as [NO_NAME] (or the volume label of the SD Memory Card if one is registered).

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16 Saving Camera Images on Your Macintosh Mac OS X (ver. 10.3) is used as an example here. 1 Double-click the [NO NAME] icon on the desktop. 2 Double-click the [DCIM] icon. The [xxxPENTX] (xxx is a three-digit number) folder appears. The camera image files are in this folder. When the method for assigning folder names is set to [Date], the [xxx_MMDD] folder (where MMDD is the shooting date) appears. (p.224 of the camera Operating Manual) 3 Double-click the [Macintosh HD] icon on the deskto

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17 4 Drag the [xxxPENTX] or [xxx_MMD] folder to [Macintosh HD] volume or any other volume or folder. The complete folder, containing all images, is saved to the destination volume or folder. Images can also be saved using the [Easy Image Transfer] function in PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3. (p.30) Disconnecting Your Camera from Your Macintosh 1 Drag [NO_NAME] (or the volume label name on the SD Memory Card) on the desktop to the trash can. 2 Turn off the camera and disconnect the USB cable from

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18 PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 This section describes opening and closing PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 and viewing the PENTAX PHOTO Browser window, and explains its functions. Opening PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 For Windows 1 Select the start menu on the desktop. 2 Select [All Programs] - [PENTAX Digital Camera Utility] - [PENTAX PHOTO Browser]. PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 is opened and the PENTAX PHOTO Browser window appears. Closing PENTAX PHOTO Browser 3 Select [Exit] from the [File] menu. For Macintosh 1 D


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