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Mouse DVR User Manual

  1. 1. USER MANUAL VEHICLE VIDEO RECORDERBEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE RED THISMANUAL. PLEASE BE SURE TO TAKE CARE OF THE BOOK,SO THAT YOU CAN INSPECT AT ANY TIME IN THEFUTURE. PLEASE UNDERSTAND CONTENT, CORRECT USE.
  2. 2. ContentsPreface……………………………………………3 About the Manual…………………….......3 General precautions………………………3 Operational condition…………………….4 Battery……………………………………..5 Recorder Parts...…………………………..61. Brief Introduction of the Recorder…………..7 1.1 PC System Requirements…………….7 1.2 Features and functions……………......7 1.3 Recorder structure……………………8 1.4 About LED……………………………122. Getting Started……………………………….12 2.1 Inserting a SD card…………………..12 2.2 Installing the battery…………………12 2.3 Turning on your recorder……………12 2.4 Three status of the recorder…………13 2.5 Some Basic Settings…………………..133. Record Status…………………………………154. How to take pictures………………………….175. Playback Status……………………………….18 1
  3. 3. 5.1 Playing your MOVIE…………...........18 5.2 View your PHOTO…………………...19 5.3 AutoPlay………………………………19 5.4 Deletion………………………………..20 5.5 Protection……………………………..216. MENU Operations……………………………22 6.1 MENU………………………………....22 6.2 TV-Out Format………………………23 6.3 Format………………………………..23 6.4 Restore factory defaults……………..23 6.5 Flicker Frequency……………………237. Connecting……………………………………24 7.1 Connecting PC……………………….24 7.2 Connecting to TV............................….25 7.3 Connecting to HDTV.………………..25 7.4 Installation In the car………………..258. Technical Specifications……………………...269. Trouble shooting……………………………...27 2
  4. 4. PrefaceAbout the ManualWe have tried our best to make sure that what in this manual isright and updated. However, we can not guarantee that all thecontent is correct without any errors. If there is a differencebetween the manual and recorder, please take the recorder asstandard. We keep the right to change content or technicalregulations without informing you beforehand. In addition, themanufacturer keeps the right to change technical specificationwithout informing you beforehand.If the accessories are different from the ones inside the actualproduct, please take the actual product as standard.General precautions· Do not expose this product to dusty, dirty or sandy areas toreduce the risk of damaging components.· Do not expose the recorder to high temperature. Hightemperature may shorten the life span of electronic device,damage the battery and wind or melt specific plastic parts.· Do not situate the recorder under cold environment. When theproduct is preheated to its correct temperature, there will be 3
  5. 5. moisture inside and damage the circuit.· Do not try to disassemble or repair by yourself. Doing so maylead to electric shock from the internal high-pressurecomponents.· Do not drop or punch the recorder. Otherwise the internalcomponents will be damaged.· Do not clean the recorder with chemicals, cleaning solution orhigh concentration detergent. Please wipe it with slightly dampsoft cloth.· Do not open the battery cover during recording. Otherwise theimage will not be saved and other saved image data will also bedamaged.· Send the recorder or any other accessories to the professionalservice center for maintenance when they do not work well.Operational condition· According to the design, the recorder should be operated (within the temperature range from 0 degree to 40 degree 32℉to104℉)· Do not operate or expose the recorder under followingcondition:—Direct sunlight area 4
  6. 6. —High temperature or dusty area—Near air conditioner or heaters or any other extremetemperature area—In a closure car, especially parking in direct sunlight—Violent vibration areaBattery· Use only the battery attached to the recorder. Other types ofbattery would probably damage the recorder and the warrantywill be voided.· Be sure that the battery is properly inserted. Otherwise itwould cause damage of the recorder or fire emergency.· Remove the battery during long periods between usage incase of battery leakage· Remove the battery instantly if it is crushed or damaged incase of battery leakage or diffusion· Use only lithium-ion battery for this recorder.The features and functions are introduced in this chapter. Inaddition, PC system requirement, list of items and description ofthe hardware components are included. 5
  7. 7. Recorder PartsSee the following table: Name Quantity (PCS) Recorder 1 Car Adapter (Output: 5V) 1 USB cable 1 Battery (BL-5B) 1 Car Fixed Bracket 1NOTE: Alterations reserved.1. Brief Introduction of the Recorder1.1 PC System Requirements The PC system needs to meet the following requirements: · Windows Vista/XP operating system · Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz CPU or above (recommended 3GHz) · At least 512 MB RAM or above (recommended 1GB) · Standard USB2.0 port or above · At least 64MB video card or above1.2 Features and functionsThe features and functions of the recorder are as follows: 6
  8. 8. · High definition digital recorder· High pixel digital camera· HDMI HD Audio-Video output· USB Hard disk· Multi-scene white balance compensation· Exposure compensation· Built-in Microphone and speaker· PC camera (Optional according to customer requirements), Driver software to be installed· Lithium ion battery with high capacity 7
  9. 9. 1.3 Recorder structureView 1: 8
  10. 10. View 2: 9
  11. 11. Table of Descriptions of each button Button Name Functions Power ·Power ON/OFF button Menu button ·Under the Standby status, Press the button to display main Menu. ·Under the playback Video or Photos, press the button to delete or protect file. Browse ·Under the standby status, press the button button to switch to Playback status. Up button ·Under the Menu catalogue, press the button to move the option. Down button ·Under the Menu catalogue, press the button to move the option. ·Under the record status, press down to take photos(Record resolution photo). ·Under the Standby status, press down to take photos(2560x1920 resolution photo) 10
  12. 12. ·Under the playing Video,press Down button to play reverseLeft button ·Under the “Menu” catalogue, press down to move left the option. ·Under the playing Video,press Left button to reduce a level speed of playing forward(or backward).Right button ·Under the “Menu” catalogue, press down to move right the option. ·Under the playing Video,press Right button to add a level speed of playing forward(or backward).OK/Record ·Under the Standby status, press the button “OK/Record” button to Start or Stop recording. ·Under the Playback status, press the “OK/Record” to select video or photo files to play or open. ·Under the Playing MOVIE, Press the “OK/Record” button to Play or Pause 11
  13. 13. 1.4 About LED The table below explains the recorder LED: LED COLOR MEANING Power/ Record Blue Power on Red Charging Yellow Green Charging Completed2. Getting Started Read this chapter to know how to operate the recorder.2.1 Inserting a SD card Inserting a SD card into the recorder, It provides the space to store videos, images or other files. Please use high-speed SD card (SDHC CLASS 4 or above), Ensure that the SD card is not in write protected.2.2 Installing the battery Install the battery into the recorder, Please pay attention the positive and negative of battery (+ / -).2.3 Turning on your recorder Turn On (Into Standby Status):Without connecting USB adapter, Press “Power” button, the Recorder is in Standby Status. Turn On (Into Record Status):Connecting USB 12
  14. 14. adaptor, the recorder will automatically turn on, and enter Record Status automatically.2.4 Three status of the recorder There are 3 status including Standby status, Record status and Playback status. 1. Standby status: Without connecting USB adapter, Press “Power” button, the Recorder is in Standby Status. 2. Record status: In Standby status, Press the “OK/Record”, the recorder is switched to Record status. 3. Playback status: In Standby status, Press the “Browse” button to play videos and photos2.5 Some Basic Settings Before using the recorder, it is necessary to do some basic settings such as Date and Time, Language and Beep Tone. Setting Date and Time 1. Power on the recorder. Press the “Menu” button first. Then press the “Left/ Right” button to select Setting item, Press the “Up/Down” button to select the highlighting Date/ Time. Press the “OK/Record” button to enter. 2. Press the “Up/Down” button to highlight every word. 3. Press the “Left/ Right” button to adjust value. Press the 13
  15. 15. “OK/Record” button to save the setting.4. Press the “Menu” button to quit.Setting Language1. Power on the recorder. Press the “Menu” button first.Then press the “Left/ Right” button to select Setting item.Press the “Up/Down” button to select the highlightingLanguage. Press the “OK/Record” button to enter.2. Press the “Up/Down” button to select the followinglanguage: English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.After the selection, press the “OK/Record” button toconfirm the setting.3. Press the “Menu” button to quit.Setting Beep Tone1. Power on the recorder. Press the “Menu” button first.Then press the “Left/ Right” button to select Setting item.Press the “Up/Down” button to select the highlighting BeepTone. Press the “OK/Record” to enter.2. Press the “Up/Down” button to choose OFF/ ON. Pressthe “OK/Record” button to confirm the setting. 14
  16. 16. 3. Record StatusRecording a video file 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. 2. Select a view with the LED monitor. 3. Press the “OK/Record” button to start recording. 4. Press the “OK/Record” button again to stop recording. 5. The video file is automatically saved.Attention: 1. Video recording can be carried out before the resolution, quality, date and time, sound or silent setting, see the specific record settings 2. Maximum length of each recorded video file is 3.66G. When it reaches the maximum, the recording is automatically split and saved as another file. When the recording mode setting in “Auto” mode (SYSTEM SETTINGS -- REC SETTING), if the space is full, the previous files don’t be deleted; When the recording mode setting in other mode, if the space is full, the previous saved file will be automatically deleted. 3. With higher resolution, the file is bigger and recording 15
  17. 17. time length is shorter.4. Resolution1080p30, only some of the models supports.5. When record resolution is 1080P30(Some models) /720P30 / WVGAP60 / WVGAP30, then video ratio is 16:9;When record resolution is VGA / QVGA, then video ratiois 4:3.6. REC SETTING: When it reaches the maximum, therecording is automatically split and saved as another file.When the recording mode setting in “Auto” mode (SYSTEMSETTINGS -- REC SETTING), if the space is full,the previous files don’t be deleted; When the recordingmode setting in other mode, if the space is full,the previous saved file will be automatically deleted.7. Recording mode is a silent video or audio recordingsetting. (SYSTEM SETTINGS -- REC: VIDEO+AUDIO / VIDEO)8. USB mode: (SYSTEM SETTINGS-- USB: MASS STORRGE)You can use USB mode to connect with the host PC.When the recorder is connected with the host PC, it appearsas a removable disk in the Windows explorer.9. Under the Standby status press the “Down” button totake pictures, the resolution is 5.0 Mega-pixel. 16
  18. 18. 4. How to take pictures There are two ways to take pictures The first method: Camera image 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. 2. Select a view with the LED monitor. 3. Press the down button is the camera shutter. 4. Photos are automatically saved with the only file name. 5. Take pictures of the resolution of this method is 5.0 Mega-pixel (2560x1920). The second method: Capture image 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder during the recording 2. Select a view with the LED monitor. 3. Press the down button to capture images 4. Capture images saved with the same photos saved path. 5. The resolution established by resolution of record (1080P, 720P, WVGA, VGA, QVGA). 17
  19. 19. 5. Playback Status5.1 Playing your MOVIE 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. 2. Under the standby status, press the “Browse” button to switch to Playback status. 3. Use the “Up/Down/Left/Right” button to select the video files. Press the “OK/Record” button to select the video. Press the “OK/Record” button again to play back the video file. 4. When playing back, Press the “OK/Record” button to play or pause. 5. Press the “Left/ Right” button to adjust the playing speed, ( minimum value is “X 1/64”, maximum value is “X 64”). 6. Press the Down button to Play Reverse. 7. When playing, Press the “OK/Record” button to play or pause. 8. Press the “Browse” button again to switch to the recording status. 18
  20. 20. 5.2 View your PHOTO 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. 2. Press the “Browse” button to switch to Playback status, at this time in the video Thumbnail. 3. Use the “Up/Down/Left/Right” button to select the PHOTO. 4. Use the “Up/Down/Left/Right” button to scroll thumbnail photo. Press the “OK/Record” button to full screen view. 5. Press the “Browse” button back to the thumbnail interface. Press the “Browse” button again back to Standby status.5.3 AutoPlay This recorder can AutoPlay and automatically replay all the videos or photos in order. 1. Power on your recorder, under the Playback Status. Preview thumbnails, press the “Menu” button to pop up options, choose open AutoPlay, press the “OK/Record” button to confirm. 2. Press the “Menu” button to Exit. 19
  21. 21. 3. Thumbnail preview window. Press the “OK/Record” button to confirm the selected object, then press the “OK/Record” button again to into the AutoPlay.5.4 Deletion Use the “Menu” button to delete files. 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. 2. Press the “Browse” button to enter the video thumbnails or preview photos and images thumbnail preview, Select the object you want to delete, then the object is highlighted then press the “Menu” button to Remove option to select the screen display 3. Use the “Up/Down” Move button to select FILE DELETE or DELETE ALL, then press the “OK/Record” button to remove the pop-up tips 4. Use the “Left/Right” Move button to select NO/YES/ALL items, press the “OK/Record” button again to deleted successfully 5. If you are playing files or view photos and images, you can also press the “Menu” button to delete a file, use the left button to move Yes or No, press the “OK/Record” button to delete or not delete. Press the “Menu” button 20
  22. 22. to quit. 6. If you delete one picture at one time, thumbnail screen will be displayed again, use the “Up/Down/Left/Right” Move button to find which picture to delete, and press the “Menu” button to delete.5.5 Protection Use this function to lock the files in case they are accidentally deleted. 1. Power on your recorder, Recorder is in the standby status. Press the “Browse” button to select MOVIE or PHOTO, Video thumbnails in the movie name or the name of the thumbnail pictures. 2. Press the “Menu” button to use the “Up/Down” button to select the file protection, press the “OK/Record” button to confirm the Save option, select to PROTECT ONE, PROTECT ALL and UNPROTECT ALL, then press the “OK/Record” button to confirmation. Press the “Menu” button to quit. The files with are protected. 21
  23. 23. Attention:To unlock the files, repeat the steps above. After being unlocked, no files are with6. MENU OperationsRead this section to understand how to configure the recorder setup and use advanced features6.1 MENUVIDEO SETTINGS RESOLUTION:1080P30 / 1080p30-2(Some models) / 720P30 / WVGAP60 / WVGAP30 / VGA / QVGA Note: 1080P30 (1920x1080); 1080P30-2(1440x1080) (Only some models support 1080P30); 720P30 (1280x720); WVGAP60 (800x480); WVGAP30 (800x480); VGA (640x480); QVGA (320x240). QUALITY: NORMAL / FINE / S.FINESHOOTING SETTINGS LIGHT FREQUENY: 50HZ / 60HZ SCENE: AUTO / NIGHT SCENE / SPORTS / LANDSCAPE / PORTRAIT / SUNSET / SAND SNOW / SKIN / SPOTLIGHT 22
  24. 24. WHITE BALANCE (WB): AUTO / INCANDESCENT / SUNNY / CLOUDY / FLUORESCENT / D4000 / D5000 DIGITAL EFFECT (DE): OFF / SEPIA / NEGATIVE / BLACK/WHITE / VIVID CONTRAST: STANDARD / HARD / SOFT SHARPNESS: STANDARD / HARD / SOFT AE (Auto Exposure) METER: CENTER / AVERAGE / SPOT AE (Auto Exposure) ISO: AUTO / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400SYSTEM SETTINGS TV TPYE: NTSC / PAL DATE/TIME: YEAR / MONTH / DAY / HOUR / MINUTE DISPLAY: OFF / DATE / DATE/TIME FORMAT DEFAULT SETTING LCD CONTROL: BRIGHTNESS / CONTRAST DATE/TIME STAMP: OFF / DATE / DATE/TIME AUTO POWER OFF: OFF / 1MIN / 3MIN / 5MM REC SETTING: AUTO / SETTING / 5 MIN / 10 MIN / 15 MIN REC: VIDEO+AUDIO / VIDEO LANGUAGE (LAN): ENGLISH / S. CHINESE / T. CHINESE 23
  25. 25. BEEP: OFF / ON USB: MASS STORRGE / USB CAMERA6.2 TV-Out Format Use the TV option to set the TV-out format of your area.6.3 Format Use this function to Format the storage medium. Note that all the data stored in the medium will be gone.6.4 Restore factory defaults This function will restore all the settings to the factory defaults.6.5 Flicker Frequency Use this function to set the flicker frequency in your area.7. Connecting7.1 Connecting PC Power on your recorder, Connect the recorder to your computer with the USB cable included,the computer will appears two disks, one is stored in the hard disk that comes with the camera, the other is SD card storage-hard drive. 24
  26. 26. 7.2 Connecting to TV Connect your recorder and Standard TV via Accessory AV cables.7.3 Connecting to HDTV When connecting to HDTV, you can use high resolution to display video files or pictures. Use HDMI cable to connect the recorder video or audio signal to HDTV. Attention: When connected to HDTV, shuttering, recording are available!7.4 Installation In the car 25
  27. 27. 8. Technical Specifications Image Sensor 1/2.5″CMOS 5.0Mega-pixel sensor Effective pixels 5.0 Mega-pixel External memory SD card, SDHC card (class 4 or the high-speed card above) Sensitivity Auto Lens Fixed Focus Still images Format:JPEG (EXIF2.2), DCF, DPOF Quality:Auto Videos Format:H.264 (MOV) Resolution:1080P30 (1920x1080), 1080P30-2(1440x1080) (Only some models support 1080P30); 720P30 (1280x720); WVGAP60 (800x480); WVGAP30 (800x480) VGA (640x480); QVGA (320x240). Quality:Auto TFT Display 2.0″TFT (640X240pixels) White Balance Auto/Tungsten/D4000/D5000/Daylight/Cloudy /Fill light/Fluorescent 26
  28. 28. Exposure -2.0EV~+2.0EV compensation PC Interface USB2.0 (High-speed) AV Output Format NTSC/PAL Down button is Shutter Electronic Shutter 1/16~1/10000 Second Auto Power Off On/ Off, 1 minute, 3 minutes, 5 minutes Battery Lithium ion battery (BL-5B)9. Trouble shooting Question Possible reasons Unable to turn Battery is improperly ·Install the battery on the installed. Low battery properly recorder ·Replace the battery The recorder Auto Off Function is On. ·Turn on again the is suddenly Low battery recorder turned off ·Replace the battery Captured Power is off before the ·Replace the battery images are not images are saved. instantly. saved into ·To charge the battery memory 27
  29. 29. Memory card Memory card is ·Unlock the memorycan not be protected. card.used Memory card contains ·Format the memory non-DCF images from card. Before formatting, other cameras. make sure to backup files first.All the buttons Short-circuit when ·Remove the battery firstare invalid. connecting the recorder and then reinstall. with other equipments. 28

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