HP (Hewlett-Packard) MIL-SM8002TG user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) MIL-SM8002TG

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Media Center Software Guide Media Center Software Guide

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The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express Copyright © 2001–2006 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing May be licensed in the United States by one or both of U.S. Patents Nos. herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall 4,930,158 and 4,930,160 until August 28, 2008. not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Microsoft a

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Table of Contents Welcome...................................................... 1 Working with Pictures................................ 25 Experience the Fun of Media Center .......................................1 HP Photosmart....................................................................25 The right music for the moment...............................................1 My Pictures ........................................................................25 Share your digital memories .......

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Creating Movies Using muvee autoProducer .............................. 49 Basic Steps to Make a Movie ...............................................49 Locating the two versions of muvee autoProducer....................50 Using muvee autoProducer on the Desktop.............................51 Getting started on the desktop..............................................51 Capturing video from a DV camcorder..................................52 Adding videos.........................................

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Welcome Experience the Fun of Media Center ® ® Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 with Update Rollup 2 lets you do amazing things with your PC. With a full range of easy-to-use digital entertainment features, you can experience movies, music, and photos like never before. Media Center is simple and convenient to use. You can easily find and choose your media. You can play movies, listen to music, and view photos with a single remote control (select models only). Combine the p

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Using Media Center Features You can control the Media Center functions and navigate Media Center windows by using the n remote control (select models only), the keyboard, or Some of the Media the mouse. You can easily switch back and forth Center features between them by moving the mouse or by pressing listed are for select a button on the remote control or the keyboard. models only. Some of the components You can run Media Center side-by-side with other listed in the PC Windows softw

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Using Media Center Setting Up Media Center The first time you start Media Center on your PC, a several minutes to complete. If there are steps you Media Center setup wizard opens. It is still need to complete, you can go to the Settings recommended to complete each step in the setup menu to do so. See “Completing the setup wizard wizard to be able to use all the features in Media steps” on page 7. n Center. The Media Center setup wizard may take For more information about setting up your P

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Opening Media Center using the remote control You can use either your remote control or your mouse to open and navigate within Media Center. To use your remote control: 1 Press the Media Center Start button on the remote control. 2 Use the arrow buttons on the remote control to select a Media Center menu. 3 Press the OK button to enter your selection and open that window. To scroll the list of Start menu items, use the arrow buttons until the item is highlighted, and then continue moving

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Navigating Media Center In the Media Center windows, a selected item such as a folder, file, or menu item is outlined with a green border. You can control the Media Center functions and navigate Media Center windows by using the remote control, the keyboard, or a mouse. To select items in Media Center, use the arrow keys on the keyboard or use the arrow buttons on the remote control, and then press the Enter key on the keyboard or the OK button on the remote control to enter your selecti

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Using Media Center Away mode When your computer is in Away mode it appears You can return to your desktop almost instantly by off, but you can actually still perform tasks such as pressing any sleep button again, by pressing any recording TV programs or music files. Away mode key on the keyboard, by moving the mouse, or by n turns off the display and mutes the audio. pressing any button on the remote control if you The audio or video of select the Return the computer from Away TV recording

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Completing the setup wizard steps If you did not complete the Media Center setup wizard steps the first time through, you can complete or change your selections by using the following procedure. You need to complete all of the required setup steps to access all of the Media Center features. 1 Press the Media Center Start button on the remote control, or, with your mouse, click Start on the taskbar, and then click Media Center. 2 Select Settings. You may need to use the arrow keys on t

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Media Center Start Menu CDE FG H A B A Access a menu to exit Media Center, to Media Center Start menu items shut down or to restart the PC, to log Play DVD — Watch DVD movies. See page 47. off to end your Media Center session, n to put the PC into standby mode, or to *Online Spotlight — Go to the Media Center switch users. See page 5. Web site for the latest Media Center information. *Some of the features See page 9. and programs listed B Use media playback controls: Play, are for select

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Online Spotlight Online Spotlight is a link to the Microsoft Web site, Your PC must be connected to the Internet to access where you can find the latest Media Center the Online Spotlight Web site. information and media offers and services. This site is periodically updated by Microsoft. Some of the services listed may not be available in certain countries/regions. Using Instant Messaging in Media Center Instant messaging may not be supported in all You can use your remote control to log in a

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Changing Media Center Settings In the Media Center Settings window, you can change settings for viewing your pictures and slideshows, and for controlling sound and the display of all the Media Center windows. To change your Media Center settings: 1 Press the Media Center Start button on the remote control, or, with your mouse, click Start on the taskbar, and then click Media Center. 2 Select Settings. 3 Select a category. 4 Select one of the settings listed. Then, use the arrow keys on

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Archiving files using Media Center The Sonic DigitalMedia Archive software is included with select models only. To archive your hard disk drive files: 1 Press the Media Center Start button on the remote control, or, with your mouse, click Start on the taskbar, and then click Media Center. 2 Select More Programs. 3 Select Media Archive. 4 Select the drive where your files are located by selecting (+) or (–). 5 Select the type of files to archive, by placing a check next to Music, Pictures

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12 Media Center Software Guide

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Using the Remote Control (Select models only) The remote control is designed to work with Media Center. You can use your remote control with Media DVD MENU TV Center to play CDs and DVDs, view pictures, and much more. n The remote control RADIO MUSIC PICTURES VIDEOS This remote control helps you navigate the Media is included with Center windows on your computer just as a TV select models only. remote control helps you navigate cable TV options RECORD PLAY STOP Features and location or

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Remote Control Buttons Overview 1Standby — Puts the PC into and out of a 1 16 power-reduced standby state. It does not DVD MENU TV turn the PC off. n 2 17 2DVD Menu — Opens the Play DVD 3 Make sure you turn 18 window in Media Center or opens the RADIO MUSIC PICTURES VIDEOS off the monitor and main menu of a DVD movie, if available. turn down or mute 4 19 the volume, for 3Music — Opens the My Music window RECORD PLAY STOP 20 example, if you have in Media Center. 5 21 a scheduled recording

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16 LED — Activity indicator light. The LED tells you that the remote control is emitting a signal when you press a button. 17 TV — Opens the My TV window in Media Center. n 18 Pictures — Opens the My Pictures window in Media The PC will not Center. automatically go into standby mode if 19 Videos — Opens the My Videos window in Media Media Center is open. Center. It is recommended 20 Play — Plays the selected media. that you close Media Center before you 21 Stop — Stops the media curren

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16 Media Center Software Guide


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