Motorola MOTOKRZR K3 user manual

User manual for the device Motorola MOTOKRZR K3

Device: Motorola MOTOKRZR K3
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Date of adding : 2013-11-06 13:59:17
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Technical Manual

Creating Media for the

MOTOKRZR K3






Version 01.00






































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Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................. 2 TABLE OF FIGURES ................................................................................................................................. 3 INDEX OF TABLE ...................................................................................................................................... 4 OVERVIEW ......................

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Table of Figures FIGURE 1 DISPLAY CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE MOTOKRZR K3.......................................... 7 FIGURE 2 THE MOTOKRZR K3 DISPLAY........................................................................................... 8 FIGURE 3 HOW WALLPAPER IS DISPLAYED ON THE IDLE SCREEN AND MAIN MENU SCREEN.............................................................................................................................................. 15 FIGURE 4 GIF IMAGE AS TILED WALL

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Index of Table TABLE 1 GLOSSARY................................................................................................................................. 6 TABLE 2 REFERENCES............................................................................................................................ 6 TABLE 3 REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................... 6 TABLE 4 DISPLAY INFO ............................

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Overview Welcome to the Creating Media for the MOTOKRZR K3 guide. This guide contains all the information you need to get started developing pictures, animation, and sounds for the MOTOKRZR K3. The MOTOKRZR K3 Media Guide covers the following areas: • Display information, including size, color depth, and more • Graphic support information • Video support information • Sound support information This document assumes you are familiar with creating different media using the appropriate t

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Term Definition WBMP Wireless Bitmap Table 1 Glossary References Table 2 shows references providing information related to developing media for the MOTOKRZR K3: Organization URL http://www.3gpp.org 3GPP http://www.midi.org MIDI Manufacturers Association http://developer.motorola.com Motorola Developer Program http://www.chiariglione.org/mpeg/ Moving Pictures Experts Group http://www.wapforum.org WAP Forum http://www.w3.org World Wide Web Co

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Display This chapter describes the display characteristics for the MOTOKRZR K3. MOTOKRZR K3 Figure 1 Display characteristics for the MOTOKRZR K3 7

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Display Info The physical internal display characteristics of the MOTOKRZR K3 are the following: Item Description Internal: 320 x 240 Screen resolution External: 160 x 120 Active Area 30.6 mm X 40.8 mm Screen dimensions Viewing Area: 32.08 mm X 42.28 mm Color depth 16 Bits Internal: 262 K Maximum colors External: 65 K Text area Numeric Table 4 Display Info Figure 2 The MOTOKRZR K3 display Note: Screen shot may not reflect actual display size. 8

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Graphics & Video This chapter describes the graphic environment available in the MOTOKRZR K3. It includes information on picture and animation formats, size restrictions, pre-defined media, and more. Use this chapter as a reference when creating pictures or animations that support your products. In general, file size is limited by available memory. All media (wallpaper, screensavers, ring tones, and themes), whether pre-loaded on the device or downloaded by the user, share the same storag

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Type Description PNG Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format is intended to provide a portable, legally unencumbered, well- compressed, well-specified standard for lossless bit mapped image files. Table 5 Graphic and animation formats Note: 'Maximum image sizes are determined by the handset's available memory, however in Java the use of scalable JPEG will allow larger images to be displayed'. Table 6 shows the maximum decode size and resolution for supported picture fo

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Type Description WMV v9 (also WMV - Windows Media Video is a generic name for the set of WMV v7, v8) streaming video technologies developed. This format also supports WMV version 7 and 8. RV8/RV9 Real Video format for Packet and Circuit Switched Streaming services and clip playback from local files. A maximum of 15 fps is available at a bit rate of 128 kbps when the maximum size is QCIF Table 7 Video formats Note: Maximum file sizes are determined

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Up to 232 Up to 23.85 16 H.263 + AMR-WB kbps kbps H.263 + AAC H.263 + AAC+ Up to 224 Up to 128 kbps kbp H.263 + Enhanced AAC+ Up to 44.1 Stereo / Mono Up to 108 WMV + WMA Up to 128 kbps 15 fps Up to 96 kbps Kbps Up to 96 Real Audio + Video kbps Table 9 Graphic and animation formats Table 10 shows the bit rate, frame size, frame rate, and extension for supported video streaming formats: Format Bit Rate (kbps) Frame Size Frame Rate (fps) Extension MPEG4 H.263

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Graphics and Video Capture Table 12 shows the video quality, bit rates, frame size, frame rate, and maximum durations for video capture: Bit Rate Frame Maximum Capture Format Video Quality Frame Size (kbps) Rate Duration Low 64 MPEG4 or Medium 96 QCIF 15 fps 1 hour H.263 High 128 Table 12 Maximum durations for video capture Table 13 shows the video quality, bit rates, frame size, frame rate, and maximum durations for video + audio capture: Maximum Capture Audio Video To

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Video Telephony Table 15 shows the specifications for supported circuit-switched video telephony formats: Video Audio Total Format Bit Rate Frame 2 Size Bit rate (kbps) Bit Rate (kbps) Sampling Rate Stereo/Mono (kbps) Rate MPEG4+AMR-NB MPEG4+ G.723.1 64 QCIF 38 to 42 15 fps Up to 12.2 8 kHz Mono H.263+AMR-NB H.263+ G.723.1 Table 15 Supported circuit-switched video telephony formats Note: Total Bit Rate indicates the maximum possible data rate used on the circuit-

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• WMA • XMF • Real Audio 9,8 Wallpaper Support Wallpaper images are static images that are shown on both the idle screen and the main menu screen. Wallpaper images can be tiled or centered as selected by the user; centered is the default setting. The following image formats are supported for wallpaper: Technical Specifications for Wallpapers:  Dimensions: Internal: 320 x 240  Colors: Internal: 256 (limited by JPG format)  Recommended File Size: Internal: Up to 100 K Wallpape

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Tiled image used as wallpaper and appearing behind all screen elements on an idle screen. Figure 4 GIF Image as centered wallpaper The user has the following options for wallpaper: • Center – the image is resized to fit on the screen while keeping the aspect ratio. • Fit-to-screen – the image is resized to fill the screen while keeping the original aspect ratio (refer to Figure 3). • Tile – if the image is too large, it is resized to fit the display and tiled, if the image is

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Sound This chapter describes the sound environment available in the MOTOKRZR K3. It includes information on sound formats and more. Use this chapter as a reference when creating sounds for your products. In general, file size is limited by available memory. The available memory for downloaded files will vary based on the media that is pre-loaded into the device. This pre-loaded media will vary from region to region and from carrier to carrier. We recommend keeping all media files as small

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Type Description boosts higher quality audio reproduction than MP3 and requires 30% less data to do so. AMR-NB, AMR- Adaptive Multi Rate offers a wide range of data rates. The WB philosophy behind AMR is to lower the data rate as the interference increases to enable better error correction. Format for speech coding used in most GSM networks. The GSM GSM FULL RATE full rate requires one full rate traffic channel to carry its data. The compression involves mapping input blocks of 160 spe

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16-bit Linear PCM 128 kbps 8-bit A-law PCM 64 kbps 8-bit mu-law PCM GSM Full Rate 12.20 Kbps WMA v9 L2 (also WMA v3, v7, v8) Up to 160 Kbps 48 kHz Stereo/Mono Real Audio 8 Supports LBR (Cook) Up to 96 Kbps 44.1 kHz formats. 5.0 Kbps (fixed rate) Real Audio Sipro 8 kHz 8.5/6.5 Kbps (dual rate) Mono (ACELP®.net) 16 Kbps (wide-band) 16 kHz Table 17 Audio bit rate, sampling rate and stereo/mono capabilities Note: Real Audio 8 supports the Flavor index of 17-26, inclu

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MIDI Support The Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) enables consumers to use multimedia computers and electronic musical instruments to create, enjoy and learn about music. The MIDI protocol is a music description language in which every word describes an action of musical performance. Each action is stored as a binary word and when combined, store as MIDI files. These files can then be replayed by any electronic device that can read the MIDI file and recreate the performance usi


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