WD TV Media Center User Manual

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WD TV Live Hub
Media Center
User Manual
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Table of Contents
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Important User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
WD® Service and Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Recording Your WD Product Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Registering Your WD Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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Features and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Connections
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Power Button and LED Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operating System Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Installation Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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Operating the Media Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Using the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Using a USB Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Using the Media Center Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Media Library Compilation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Locating Your Contents on the Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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Watching Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Video Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Videos Menu Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Video Playback Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Video Playback Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
DVD Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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Playing Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Music Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Music Menu Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Music Playback Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Music Playback Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Playing Music From Your iPod® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Viewing Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Photo Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Digital Camera Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Photos Menu Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Photo Display Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Displaying Photo Thumbnails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Displaying Photo Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Photo Slideshow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
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Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Files Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
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Network Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Ethernet Network (Wired) Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Wireless Network Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Checking the Network Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
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Network Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Accessing Media Content from the Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Share a Folder on Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Using the Web UI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
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Internet Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Adding a Service to Favorites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
AccuWeather.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Deezer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Facebook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Flickr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Flixster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Live365 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
MLB.TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Netflix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
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Pandora (US only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Picasa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
SHOUTcast Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
Spotify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
TuneIn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
YouTube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
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Live TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Live TV Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
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Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
Games Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
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RSS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Reading RSS Feeds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Adding RSS Feeds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
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Setup and Advanced Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Setup Navigation Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
Audio/Video Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178
Video Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Music Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184
Photo Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195
Mobile Access/WD Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
About . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
Media Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206
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System Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208
System Firmware Upgrade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210
Common Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213
FAQs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214
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Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
Multiformat Content Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215
Supported Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216
Regulatory Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220
Warranty Information (All Regions Except Australia/New Zealand) 222
Warranty Information (Australia/New Zealand only) . . . . . . . . . . . . 223
GNU General Public License (“GPL”) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
Spotify Third-Party Licenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
TABLE OF CONTENTS – iv
WD TV Live Hub Media Center
User Manual
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Important User Information
Important Safety Instructions
This device is designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use
can result in electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated into this unit
will protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use, and
servicing.
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
Carefully read and follow the Quick Install Guide and User Manual.
Do not operate this device outside the temperature range of 5°C–35°C
(41°F–95°F).
Do not drop or shake the device.
Do not move the device when it is powered on.
Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on
or pinched by items placed upon them or against them.
Do not overload wall outlets.
For additional safety information, refer to www.wdc.com.
IMPORTANT USER INFORMATION – 1
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User Manual
WD® Service and Support
Should you encounter any problem, please give us an opportunity to address it
before returning this product. Most technical support questions can be answered
through our knowledge base or e-mail support service at http://support.wdc.com. If
the answer is not available or, if you prefer, please contact WD at the best telephone
number shown below.
Your product includes 30 days of free telephone support during the warranty period.
This 30-day period starts on the date of your first telephone contact with WD
technical support. E-mail support is free for the entire warranty period and our
extensive knowledge base is available 24/7. To help us keep you informed of new
features and services, remember to register your product online at
http://register.wdc.com.
Accessing Online Support
Visit our product support website at http://support.wdc.com and choose from these
topics:
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Downloads - Download drivers, software, and updates for your WD product.
Registration - Register your WD product to get the latest updates and special
offers.
Warranty & RMA Services - Get Warranty, Product Replacement (RMA), RMA
Status, and Data Recovery Information.
Knowledge Base - Search by keyword, phrase, or answer ID.
Installation - Get online installation help for your WD product or software.
WD Community – Share your thoughts and connect with other users.
Contacting WD Technical Support
When contacting WD for support, have your WD product serial number, system
hardware, and system software versions available.
North America
English
Spanish
800.ASK.4WDC
(800.275.4932)
800.832.4778
Europe (toll free)* 00800 ASK4 WDEU
(00800 27549338)
Mexico
Europe
Middle East
001 8002754932 Africa
South America
Chile
Venezuela
Peru
Uruguay
Argentina
Brazil
1230 020 5871
0800 100 2855
0800-54003
000 413 598 3787
0800 4440839
0800 7704932
Asia Pacific
Australia
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore
Taiwan
+31 880062100
+31 880062100
+31 880062100
1 800 42 9861
800 820 6682/+65 62430496
+800 6008 6008
1 800 200 5789
+803 852 9439
0120 994 120 / 00531 65 0442
02 703 6550
+800 6008 6008/1 800 88 1908/
+65 62430496
1 800 1441 0159
+800 6008 6008/+800 608 6008/
+65 62430496
+800 6008 6008/+65 62430496
* Toll free number available in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy,
Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.
IMPORTANT USER INFORMATION – 2
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User Manual
Recording Your WD Product Information
In the following table, write the serial and model numbers of your new WD product.
You can find this information on the label on the bottom of the device. You should
also note the date of purchase. This information may be required when requesting
technical support.
Serial Number:
MAC Address:
Model Number:
Purchase Date:
System and Software Notes:
Registering Your WD Product
Your WD product includes 30 days of free technical support during the applicable
warranty period for your product. The 30-day period commences on the date of
your first telephone contact with WD technical support. Register your WD product
online at http://register.wdc.com.
If your media center has an active network connnection, you can register directly
from the device using the supplied remote control (see “Using the Remote Control”
on page 22) or a USB keyboard (see “Using a USB Keyboard” on page 24). Go to
“Device Registration” on page 199 for instructions.
Accessories
For information on optional accessories for this product, visit:
US
www.shopwd.com or www.wdstore.com
Canada
www.shopwd.ca or www.wdstore.ca
Europe
www.shopwd.eu or www.wdstore.eu
All others
Contact WD Technical Support in your region. For a list of Technical Support
contacts, visit http://support.wdc.com and see Knowledge Base Answer
ID 1048.
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Product Overview
Thank you for purchasing a WD TV Live Hub media center. This user manual
provides step-by-step instructions for installing and using your new media center.
For the latest WD product information and news, visit our website at
www.westerndigital.com.
The best of the entertainment on your HDTV – Stream hit movies, catch up on
TV shows, watch the latest videos, and stay connected to your social network. Don’t
settle for online entertainment on your small computer screen. With the WD TV Live
Hub media center, you can enjoy it all on your HDTV. See “Internet Services” on
page 93 for more details.
Centralize your media collection – Load up the high-capacity drive with all your
media to create your own media jukebox. In a few clicks, you can play your home
movies, share vacation slideshows, and play your music on the big screen and
sound system in your living room.
Full-HD 1080p video playback; the perfect partner for your HDTV – This is the
real thing; Full-HD 1080p playback. Sit back and enjoy the spectacular picture
quality of brilliant high definition video and the crystal clear sound of digital audio.
Use the included programmable remote control to make your entertainment choices
using our crisp, animated navigation menus.
Play almost any type of media file – WD TV Live Hub supports a wide variety of
the most popular file formats including HD camcorder video formats.
Your entertainment at your fingertips – Control your WD TV experience with the
tap of a soft key or the swipe of a finger using the WD TV Remote™ app. Get onetouch access to your favorite online services, easy text input and a gesture pad for
faster navigation to your favorite content. Download this free app from the Apple®
app store or get the Android™ app on Google Play.
Shoot it on your mobile device, share it on your HDTV – Download
WD Photos™ , a free photo and video app for your iPad®, iPhone®, iPod touch®, or
Android smartphone. Take a photo or video clip with your mobile device and upload
it directly to the built-in hard drive on your WD TV Live Hub media center. You can
also access all the photos stored on your media center and show them off with your
smartphone or tablet.
Enjoy media from any source – Stream videos, music, and photos from your USB
drive, network drive, and any PC or Mac® computer in your home. Our media library
collects the content from all the drives, so finding the perfect video, song, or photo
to view is easier than ever.
Access media anywhere on your home network – The Ethernet port lets you
connect this media player to your home network so you can access and stream
video, view photos, and play music from any Mac, PC, and network drive in your
house.
Transfer files easily – Copy, move or delete files stored on a USB drive, a network
drive, your camcorder, or a camera to the Live Hub built-in drive using the on-screen
menus.
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WD TV Live Hub Media Center
User Manual
It’s a multi-room media server streaming to any TV in your house – You can
stream any file on the WD TV Live Hub media center to a WD TV Live Plus or WD TV
Live media player or any DLNA/UPnP compatible TV, Blu-ray Disc™ player, or game
console. The system is powerful enough to handle multiple streams so you can
stream a movie to your Blu-ray Disc™ player, while viewing photos on your TV
upstairs.
Bring the arcade to your HDTV – WD TV Live Hub brings casual games to your
big screen TV. Test your skills with classic games such as Rockswap Adventures,
Cosmox, Sudoku, and Memory.
Advanced navigation options
Thumbnail, list, and preview modes – Browse your content by file name or by
thumbnails of photos, album covers, video preview, and movie cover art.
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Media Library – This unique feature lets you view all your media by media type in
one menu regardless of its location in folders or drives. You can view your
content by categories such as genre, album, artist and date.
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Search – Search by genre, title, artist, filename and partial filename.
Photo viewing
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View photos as a slideshow with a variety of transitions and background music
Zoom and pan
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Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date
Movie viewing
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Fast forward, reverse, pause, zoom, and pan
View subtitles
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Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date
Music playback
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Fast forward, reverse, pause, shuffle, repeat
Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date.
File Management
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Copy files between USB drives and transfer files between a USB drive connected
to the media center and your computer.
S/PDIF digital output – The optical audio output sends digital signals to your AV
receiver for the best surround sound experience.
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Ultra-compact design - Fits easily into your entertainment center.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW – 5
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User Manual
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Features and Functions
Features
Menus
Your media is organized, categorized and ready to play – The WD TV Live Hub
media center finds and categorizes all the media on the built-in drive and any
connected USB drives and displays it in one easy-to-view menu system. If you have
one of our My Book® Live ™ network drives connected to your network, it will find the
media on that, too.
Customize your media experience – Customizable screens, themes and favorites
let you personalize the media experience for you and everyone and your home. The
interface also remembers your last selection so you can easily continue the fun.
Choose from a variety of list viewing options – Select thumbnail view, list view
and even see a little preview of your movies in your movie menu. You can add
metatags to your media for better identification.
Play photo slideshows with the music you choose
Tag your favorites for instant playback
Supports DVD Navigation – View all the content included on your ripped DVDs,
including complete menu navigation, chapter listings, special features, and subtitles.
Family-ready – Share your family photos, videos, music, and files on your home
network and stream to any screen in the house.
Automatic play – Set the player to play a selected media file automatically when
the unit is turned on. Perfect for living art on your HDTV or for digital signage.
On the computer…
Sync new media – The player automatically synchronizes with watched folders so
new content from any PC, Mac, or USB storage will be added to the WD TV Live
Hub.
Play your media from your computer – This media center is Windows® 7
compatible, so you can use the “Play To” feature to easily stream your Windows 7
computer’s files to your TV through your media center.*
*For more information on Play To, go to:
http://windows.microsoft.com.
Audio/Video Interface
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HDMI interface for digital audio and high-definition video.
Component video interface (YPbPr, green/blue/red) for analog video connection.
Composite interface (RCA, yellow/white/red) for analog AV connection.
S/PDIF (optical) audio for high-fidelity digital audio.
Auto source function enables the HD media center to detect and switch to a new
interface connection. For example, the media center automatically switches to
HD mode when it is connected through an HDMI cable.
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Video output resolution includes 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720i, 720p, 1080i,
1080p.
Stereo or multi-channel digital surround audio output (digital surround sound is
only available when using the HDMI or S/PDIF interfaces).
Wired or wireless Internet connection for access to online media content.
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Plug-and-Play USB 2.0 Support*
USB storage device with a USB connector
Portable media centers with USB connector
Digital cameras/camcorders with USB connector
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*For a list of tested, compatible USB devices, see Article #5688 in our knowledge base at
http://support.wdc.com.
USB Storage File System Support
NTFS
FAT/FAT32
HFS+
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Connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Item
Component
Description
1
USB port 1
Supports connection of compatible removable storage
devices, portable media centers, digital cameras with USB
connectors, and USB wireless adapters.
2
Reset button
(bottom of device)
Press for one second to reset to factory defaults (see “Device
Reset” on page 200). Press and hold 10 seconds to toggle
between NTSC and PAL. Use a fine-tipped stylus or the
unfolded end of a paperclip to press the reset switch.
3
Power jack
Connects the power cable.
4
S/PDIF (optical)
audio port
Connects to your AV receiver (S/PDIF cable sold separately).
5
HDMI port
Connects to your TV’s HDMI port (HDMI cable sold
separately).
6
USB port 2
The same function as USB port 1.
7
Ethernet port
Supports LAN connection for wired Internet access.
8
Composite jacks
Connect to your TV’s analog video and audio jacks.
9
Component jacks
Connect to your TV’s component (YPbPr) terminals.
Note: This device does not support USB hubs.
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Power Button and LED Indicator
1
2
Item
Component
Description
1
Power button
• When power LED is on:
3
-
Press the power button to power down the media center.
The internal drive is put in sleep mode and other devices
can still access it.
-
Press and hold for five seconds to completely shut down
the device and make the internal drive inaccessible.
• When power LED is off—Press the power button to power on
the media center and wake the internal drive.
2
Power LED
(WD logo)
• On—The power cable is connected and the power is on.
• Off—The media center is in standby mode , turned off, or the
power cable is disconnected.
• Steady flashing— A USB device has been discovered and the
unit is being mounted in the system. If the Media Library is set
to On in the Setup options (see “Media Library Compilation” on
page 29), the LED flashes at the same steady constant rate.
• Three short flashes followed by three long flashed followed by
three short flashes—A system diagnostic failure has occurred.
See “Troubleshooting” on page 210.
3
Infrared
receiver
• Receives signals from the remote control. Point the tip of the
remote control to the infrared receiver and ensure that the path
between the two is unobstructed.
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Remote Control
CAUTION: Do not expose the batteries or the remote control with batteries
installed to excessive heat (direct sunlight, fire, etc.).
1. Infrared transmitter
2.
POWER
3. Subtitle
4. PREV (track), STOP, NEXT (track)
5. Back (last screen)
6. Navigation buttons, OK
7. Previous Page
8. MUTE
9. Alpha-numeric keys
10. SEARCH
HOME
11.
12. Audio
13. REV, PAUSE/PLAY, FF
14. Options
15. Next Page
16. Setup
17. Shortcut/function keys
18. EJECT (safe removal of attached
storage)
1
2
11
3
12
4
13
14
5
6
7
15
8
16
17
9
10
18
Note: For additional information, see “Using the Remote Control” on page 22.
WD TV Remote
Control your WD TV experience with the tap of a soft key or the swipe
of a finger using the WD TV Remote app. Get one-touch access to
your favorite online services, easy text input and a gesture pad for
faster navigation to your favorite content. Download this free app from
the Apple app store or get the Android app on Google Play.
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Getting Started
Package Contents
WD TV Live Hub Media Center
Remote control and
Two AAA batteries
AC power adapter
Quick Install Guide
Installation Requirements
Standard or HDTV with a composite (standard A/V), component (YPbPr), or
HDMI input
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An available network connection for online content and services
Optional: TV, stereo, or AV receiver with an optical digital (S/PDIF) or stereo audio
input jack (audio playback only)
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Operating System Compatibility
The media center is compatible with the following operating systems:
Windows®
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Windows XP
Windows Vista®
Windows 7
Mac® OS X®
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Leopard®
Snow Leopard®
Note: Compatibility may vary depending on user’s hardware configuration and operating system.
Important: For highest performance and reliability, it is recommended that
you install the latest updates and service pack (SP). For Windows, go to the
Start menu and select Windows Update. For Mac, go to the Apple menu
and select Software Update.
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Installation Procedure
The media center installation procedure is outlined below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the power cable.
Establish a network connection.
Transfer content from your computer to the media center.
Connect the media center to your TV or entertainment unit through the desired
interface option.
5. Connect a USB device containing your media content (optional).
Step 1 - Connecting the Power Cable
1. If applicable, connect the power clip to the power cable plug.
The AC power adapter will vary, depending on your location. Some locations do
not require a power plug clip. Units sold in those locations will have a fixed power
plug. Refer to the illustration below.
US/JA/TW EU/KO
US/JA/TW EU/KO
Installing
Removing
Installing
Removing
2. Connect the power cable to the media center’s DC connector, and then plug the
opposite end into an AC power outlet. The media center powers up
automatically.
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Step 2 - Connecting the Media Center
The following figures illustrate the cable connections supported by the media center.
The standard connection uses the included composite-to-mini AV cables.
Note: HDMI and S/PDIF (optical) cables are sold separately.
Important: Configure the media center’s Audio/Video settings depending
on the type of connection you choose. See “Audio/Video Output” on
page 173 for more information on these settings.
Choosing the Best Connection
The quality of the picture produced by your TV depends on the quality of your TV
and its connection to the media center.
Connection
Quality
Connectors
HDMI
Best (up to 1080p)
Specialized, high-definition connector
Component
Better (up to 1080i)
• Green = Y
• Blue = Pb
• Red = Pr
Composite
Good (480i/576i)
• Yellow = video
• Red = right audio
• White = left audio
HDMI (High Definition)
Component (High Definition)
Composite (Standard Definition)
Note: HDMI, component, and composite cables are not included.
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HDMI Video and Audio (High-Definition)
HDMI combines high-definition video, multi-channel audio, and inter-component
control in a single digital cable. This interface provides video quality resolution of up
to 1080p.
To connect your media center using an HDMI cable:
1. Plug an HDMI cable into the HDMI connector on the media center.
2. Plug the opposite end into the HDMI port on your TV or audio/video system (if
available).
Wait a few seconds for your TV to detect the media center. If it is not detected,
you may need to change the input source on your TV to HDMI. Check the user
documentation of your TV for more information.
Once the media center is detected, the splash screen displays to indicate system
bootup, then the home screen of the user interface opens.
Note: HDMI cables are sold separately.
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Component Video and Audio (High Definition)
The component connection only provides video signals. You will also need to
connect the composite audio cables to provide sound. This interface provides video
quality resolution of up to 1080i.
To connect your media center using component and audio cables:
1. Plug component cable connectors into the component jacks on the media
center.
2. Plug the opposite ends into the component ports on your TV or audio/video
system (if available), red to red, green to green, and blue to blue as shown below.
3. For audio, plug audio cable connectors into the audio jacks on the media center.
4. Plug the audio connectors on the opposite end of the cable into the audio input
jacks on your TV, red to red and white to white.
Wait a few seconds for your TV to detect the media center. If the media center is
not detected, you may need to change the input source on your TV to
component. Check the user documentation of your TV for more information.
Once the media center is detected, the splash screen displays to indicate system
bootup, then the home screen of the user interface opens.
Note: Component and audio cables are sold separately.
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Composite AV Connection (Standard Definition)
To use a composite connection:
1. Plug the composite connectors into the composite jacks on the media center.
2. Plug the opposite ends into the composite input ports on your TV, yellow to
yellow, red to red, and white to white.
3. Select the appropriate TV input source.
Wait a few seconds for your TV to detect the media center. If the media center is
not detected, you may need to change the input source on your TV to
composite. Check the user documentation of your TV for more information.
Once the media center is detected, the splash screen displays to indicate system
bootup, then the home screen of the user interface opens.
Note: Composite cables are sold separately.
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Home Theater (High-Definition)
To connect a home theater system using HDMI:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Plug an HDMI cable into the HDMI connector on the media center.
Plug the opposite end into the HDMI In port on your A/V receiver.
Plug an HDMI cable into the HDMI Out port on your A/V receiver.
Plug the opposite end into the HDMI port on your TV (if available).
Select the appropriate TV input source.
Set the appropriate audio output option on the media center. See “Audio Output”
on page 174.
To connect a home theater system using S/PDIF:
1. Plug a S/PDIF cable into the S/PDIF connector on the media center.
2. Plug the opposite end into the S/PDIF In port on your A/V receiver.
3. Plug HDMI, component, or composite connectors to the appropriate Out ports
on the media center.
4. Plug the opposite end(s) into the appropriate port(s) on your TV.
5. Select the appropriate TV input source.
6. Set the appropriate audio output option on the media center. See “Audio Output”
on page 174.
or
or
Note: HDMI, S/PDIF, component, and composite cables sold separately.
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Step 3 - Connecting to Your Network
The media center can be connected to your home network so you can transfer files
back and forth from your networked computer to the media center, and access the
Internet and network storage using a wired or wireless network connection. A
network connection provides access to locally stored and online media content.
Wired Network Connection
Note: Ethernet cables are sold separately.
To connect to a home network using an Ethernet cable:
1. Plug an Ethernet cable (sold separately) into the Ethernet connector on the
media center.
2. Plug the opposite end of the Ethernet cable directly into a LAN port on a router or
network switch (if using a switch, it must be connected to the router).
For detailed instructions on wireless and wired network connections and
configuration, see “Network Setup” on page 69.
Note: Streaming over Wi-Fi™ may be unstable due to various reasons such as a weak network
connection, signal strength, variable speeds, or other environmental factors. You can create instant
high-speed, wired network connections and gain fast, reliable access to the Internet without running
wires all over your house using WD Livewire™ powerline AV network kit (sold separately). For more
information, visit http://products.wdc.com/WDLivewire.
Transferring Media Content From Your Computer
See “Step 3 - Loading Content On Your Media Center” on page 18.
Accessing Media Content From the Network
See “Network Services” on page 76.
Accessing Online Media Content
See “Internet Services” on page 93.
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Step 3 - Loading Content On Your Media Center
Transfer your favorite content from your computer to your media center. You can
also transfer files from your media center to your computer.
1. Turn on your computer.
2. Connect the drive’s power cable (see “Step 1 - Connecting the Power Cable” on
page 11).
3. Use Ethernet cables to connect the media center (see “Step 3 - Connecting to
Your Network” on page 17) and a computer to your router as shown above.
Windows
Using WD Link™
1. Download the WD Link tool from http://products.wdc.com/WDTVLiveHub.
2. Double-click on the downloaded installer file and follow the on-screen prompts to
install WD Discovery.
3. Click
or Start, then click Programs > WD Link > WD Link.
4. Click WDTVLiveHub in the Network Storage Found list.
5. The media player displays in the Drive Mapping list. Click WDTVLiveHub under
Drive Mapping.
6. Select an available drive letter from the Available Drive Letters list.
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7. Click Map Drive.
8. Click OK.
9. Close the WD Link Tool.
10. Click
or Start and then (My) Computer. The media center root displays. You
can now drag and drop files and folders into the media center’s internal hard
drive using (My) Computer or Windows Explorer.
Using Windows
As an alternative to using WD Link, access the media center as follows:
Windows 7/Vista:
Click
> Computer > Network and locate the media center.
Windows XP/Vista/7:
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In Windows Explorer or in a Web browser, enter \\wdtvlivehub as the address.
Macintosh
1. Turn on your computer and wait for the operating system to load.
2. Open Finder.
3. Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard: Click the WDTVLiveHub icon under
SHARED.
4. Drag and drop your media files from your computer to the media center or from
the media center to your computer.
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Step 5 - Connecting a USB Device (Optional)
The media center has two USB ports that support playback from WD USB external
drives.*
* For a list of supported WD external drives, see article #5688 in or knowledge base at
http://support.wdc.com.
To connect the USB device:
1. Connect the USB device to either of the media center’s USB ports.
My Book external hard
drive (sold separately)
My Passport® portable hard
drive and stand (sold
separately)
2. Wait for a few moments while the media center scans the USB device for media
files. (Scanning is enabled by default. If you want to turn off automatic scanning,
go to “Media Library Compilation” on page 29.)
3. The Sync and Transfer screen appears. Pressing OK copies all the media files
from the USB device into the media center’s internal drive. The files will all be
synced to a designated folder (“USB_Sync”) in the media center’s internal drive.
For each new USB device, a designated folder is created based on the USB
volume name. The media center only syncs and copies files that are new (by date
modified) or different than what’s already stored rather than moving the entire
contents of the external USB device each time.
Note: You can turn off or adjust the Sync and Transfer function in the Setup > Operation menu. See
“Sync From USB Storage” on page 195.
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To unlock a locked WD USB device:
A USB device must be unlocked for the media center to access its contents.
1. Navigate to the Home screen, and select the menu for the media content you
wish to access. It can be Music, Videos, or Photo.
2. In the Unlock your WD Drive screen, press / to select OK, then press OK.
to type in the USB drive access password in
3. Use the navigation buttons
the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
If a wrong password is entered, press / to select OK, press OK, then type in
the correct password. If you enter the wrong password five consecutive times,
the USB drive is placed in a hold state. Press OK to close the error message.
Disconnect the USB drive. Power cycle and reconnect the USB drive and type in
the correct access password.
4. Once the USB drive has been unlocked, the menu bar for the selected media
type will appear. Press / to choose a filter option for displaying supported
media contents, then press OK.
Supported content for the selected media type will be displayed.
5. Use the navigation buttons
to select the content you wish to access,
then press OK to start media playback.
Removing a USB Device
To prevent data loss, it is highly recommended that you first press the EJECT button
on the remote control before removing a USB device.
To remove a USB device:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the HOME button .
Press the EJECT button
Press / to select the USB device.
Press OK. With the
selected, press OK again.
5. Disconnect the USB device from the media center.
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5
Operating the Media Center
Using the Remote Control
The media center’s ergonomic remote control lets you navigate the Home screen,
browse for media files, enable playback options, and customize the system settings.
The infrared sensor detects signals from the remote.
Important: Make sure there are no obstructions between the remote
control and the infrared sensor on the media center.
Button
Function
HOME
Displays the main menu and the various options for playback of files and
device setup.
POWER
Suspends the device into sleep mode and turns off video output. Press
and hold the power button for five seconds to completely shut down the
media center.
Navigation
buttons
Navigate through Home options, menu screens, media libraries, on-screen
keyboards, and toolbars.
OK
• Displays the media directories and Settings screens.
• Turns information bar ON or OFF.
• Begins playback of the selected media file.
• Enables the currently selected setting in a Settings option screen.
STOP
Discontinues playback.
Back
Goes back to the previous screen.
REV (reverse)
Scans backward during audio/video playback. Supports the following
speeds: 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×.
PREV
• Press once to jump to the start of the audio/video file.
• Press twice to jump to the previous audio/video/image file.
• Press to page up.
• During Video REV mode, press to skip back 10 minutes.
SEARCH
Locates a media file in the current folder. This function is only available
when the Media Library setting is enabled. Does not search subfolder.
Options
During playback, displays additional playback options. From an online
media content screen, press to display more service options.
PAUSE/PLAY
Toggles between pause and playback.
FF
(fast forward)
Scans forward through the audio/video playback. Supports the
following speeds: 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×.
NEXT
• Skips to the next audio, video, or image file.
• Press to page down.
• During Video FF mode, press to skip forward 10 minutes.
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Button
Function
EJECT
Switches to safe mode so you can safely remove a USB device.
Next Page
Displays the next page in the UI. Allows viewing of continued next, more
service icons, etc.
Prev Page
Displays the previous page in the UI.
MUTE
Turns off the volume output
Subtitle
Switches a video’s subtitles (if applicable)
Audio
Switches a video’s audio stream (if applicable)
Setup
Brings up the Setup menu
Alpha-numeric
keys
• Pressing any of these keys once inputs the corresponding number.
• Pressing keys 2-9 multiple times inputs the corresponding alpha
characters.
• While listening to a song or music playlist, press and hold any of the
0-9 buttons to create a preset.
A, B, C, D
User assignable shortcut/function keys. See “Remote Settings” on page
194. Default settings are as follows (only valid when inside the Videos,
Music, or Photos menus):
Pressing
activates the
sort and filter menu.
Pressing
activates the
select content source menu.
Pressing
activates the
change view menu.
Pressing
activates the
dashboard menu.
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Using a USB Keyboard
As an alternative to using the remote control, you can plug a USB keyboard into
either of the two USB ports on the media center.
Key or key
sequence
Function
HOME
Displays the main menu and the various options for playback of files and
device setup.
CTRL
+ P (Power)
Suspends the device into sleep mode and turns off video output.
UP, DOWN, LEFT,
& RIGHT ARROWS
Navigate through Home options, menu screens, media libraries, on-screen
keyboards, and toolbars.
ENTER
• Displays the media directories and Settings screens.
• Turns information bar ON or OFF.
• Begins playback of the selected media file.
• Enables the currently selected setting in a Settings option screen.
S (Stop)
Discontinues playback.
ESC (Back)
Goes back to the previous screen.
- (Reverse)
Scans backward during audio/video playback. Supports the following
speeds: 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×.
P (Previous)
• Press once to jump to the start of the audio/video file.
• Press twice to jump to the previous audio/video/image file.
• Press to page up.
• During Video REV mode, press to skip back 10 minutes.
CTRL
+ F (Search)
Locates a media file in the current folder. This function is only available
when the Media Library setting is enabled. Does not search subfolder.
CTRL
+ O (Options)
During playback, displays additional playback options. From an online
media content screen, press to display more service options.
SPACE BAR
(Play/Pause)
Toggles between pause and playback.
+ (FF)
Scans forward through the audio/video playback. Supports the
following speeds: 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×.
N (Next)
• Skips to the next audio, video, or image file.
• Press to page down.
• During Video FF mode, press to skip forward 10 minutes.
CTRL
+ E (Eject)
Switches to safe mode so you can safely remove a USB device.
M (Mute)
Turns off the volume output
V (Subtitle)
Switches a video’s subtitles (if applicable)
B (Audio)
Switches a video’s audio stream (if applicable)
DELETE
Clears the data entry field.
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Key or key
sequence
Function
Z (Zoom)
Zooms in on the currently playing video file or photo.
R (Shuffle)
Enables the shuffle function for Videos and Music files.
L (Repeat)
Repeats the current video or music file.
BACKSPACE
Deletes the currently selected file.
CTRL
+ S (Setup)
Alpha-numeric
keys
Brings up the Setup menu
• Pressing the any of these keys once inputs the corresponding letter or
number.
• While listening to a song or music playlist, press and hold any of the
0-9 buttons to create a preset.
CTRL
CTRL
CTRL
CTRL
+A
+B
+C
+D
User assignable shortcut/function keys. See “Remote Settings” on page
194. Default settings are as follows (only valid when inside the Videos,
Music, or Photos menus):
sort and filter menu.
Pressing CTRL + A activates the
+ B activates the
Pressing CTRL + C activates the
Pressing CTRL + D activates the
Pressing CTRL
select content source menu.
change view menu.
dashboard menu.
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Using the Media Center Menu
The Home screen displays when turn on your media center or press HOME on the
remote control. The menu options in this screen let you browse your media library
and configure the media center’s settings.
Home Screen Options
The main Home options are:
Videos
Music
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Photos
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Files
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Setup
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Services
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Games
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Live TV
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RSS
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New Firmware (automatically detects new firmware and only appears when new
firmware is available)
The Music, Videos, and Photos options represent folders for the different media
types. Media contents will be displayed either as file/file folders in the media center,
network attached storage, or a USB drive directory or as a media library compilation
list based on metadata information. For example, music files can be categorized
based on their genre or the artist’s name.
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Setup lets you customize the way you use the media center and set preferences for
media playback. For more information, see “Setup and Advanced Features” on page
172.
Setting Time and Weather
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To set the time in the media center screen display, see “Set Time & Country” on
page 195.
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To set the temperature in the media center screen display, see
“AccuWeather.com” on page 96.
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Home Screen Navigation
Use the following keys to navigate through the menu screens.
Button
Function
Left/Right arrows
Down arrow
OK
Move from one option to the next
View the dashboard
Launches your selection
Media Center Dashboard
Press
at the home screen or navigate to
then press OK in the in the Videos,
or Back to exit the
Music, or Photos menus to launch the dashboard. Press
dashboard. Your Favorites are shown by default.
Navigate to
to filter the media files and internet service links shown on the main
dashboard page by category and media type. For example, to find photos you have
added recently, select New Items and press OK, Photos and press OK, then press
OK again.
Navigate to
and press OK to toggle between list and thumbnail views.
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Press , Use the / navigation buttons, then press OK in the dashboard to
display your media files by the following categories:
Favorites (see “Favorite” on page 39)
New Items (displays media files you have added within a certain date range.
See “Show New Items” on page 181 for details and instructions for adjusting the
date range)
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Queue (Use the / navigation buttons then select the Videos, Music, or
Photos icon, then press OK - see “Add to Queue” on page 39)
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Recently Viewed (displays media files you have viewed in the last xx days)
After selecting a category, filter the results by media type (Videos, Audio, or Photo).
Then, use the navigation buttons to select a file then press OK to begin playback.
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Dashboard Options
With a file selected in any of the dashboard categories, press Options.
Dashboard Options - Favorites
Dashboard Options - Last 30 Days or
Recently Viewed
Dashboard Options - Queue
Use the
OK.
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„
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/
navigation buttons to select from the following options, then press
Add to Queue (when a file in Favorites, Last 30 Days, or Recently Viewed is
selected - see “Add to Queue” on page 39).
Rate (see “Rate” on page 39).
Re-Order - use this option to move items up or down in viewing sequence in
both Favorites and Queue categories. Using the navigation buttons, place the
cursor where you want the selected file located.
Favorite (when a file in Queue, Last 30 Days, or Recently Viewed is selected see “Favorite” on page 39).
Copy (see “Move & Copy” on page 40).
Remove from Favorite/Remove from Queue - removes the selected file from
the Favorites or Queue categories.
Delete (see “Delete” on page 40).
Select Multiple (see “Select Multiple” on page 41).
Media Library Compilation
Media Library Compilation refers to the process of scanning and consolidating the
media contents of the media center, network attached storage, or an attached USB
device into one comprehensive database so that you can easily browse and locate
media files based on certain metadata information (e.g., video files are categorized
based on title or release date).
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Media Library Compilation Exemptions
The following conditions will prevent the media library compilation process.
The USB device has read-only protection.
There is not enough storage space on the media center, network attached
storage, or USB device.
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A drive is locked.
To turn off Media Library Compilation (default is On):
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1. Navigate to Home | Setup | System.
2. Select Media Library, and then press OK.
3. Select OFF, then press OK.
Note: Clear Media Library clears then rebuilds the media library.
Supported Categories for Media Library Compilation
Once the media library compilation process is completed, all available media files are
organized under their respective media type directory. By default, media contents
are displayed as thumbnails (music album/movie poster art, image thumbnail). The
content categories are listed in the following table.
Media Type
Category
Description
Music
All Tracks
Displays a list of all audio files arranged in alphabetical order.
Artist
Content is categorized based on the artist name.
Genre
Content is categorized based on genre.
Album
Content is categorized based on album names.
Date
Content is organized by date modified.
Folders
Contents are displayed in audio file folders.
Recent
Displays a list of audio folders/files that have been accessed
recently.
Playlist
Displays a list of music playlists.
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Media Type
Category
Description
Video
All Video
Displays a list of all video files arranged in alphabetical order.
Date
Content is organized by date modified.
Folders
Contents are displayed in video file folders.
Recent
Displays a list of video folders/files that have been played recently.
Playlist
Displays a list of video playlists.
All Pictures
Displays a list of all image files arranged in alphabetical order.
Date
Content is organized by date modified.
Folders
Contents are displayed in image file folders.
Recent
Displays a list of image folders/files that have been accessed
recently.
Photo
Locating Your Contents on the Drive
There are two ways of locating a particular media file depending on whether or not
the media library compilation function is enabled.
Manual Search
You can manually search for a media file by navigating to the specific media section
and browsing through the available file folders. This method is recommended if there
are only a limited number of files to search through. Otherwise, it is better to enable
the media library compilation and use the built-in Search function.
Button
Function
Up/Down arrows
Select a media type (photos, video, or music) or settings
Select one of the option icons in an Internet service’s submenu bar
Left/Right arrows
Move within a category
OK
Launches your selection
Use the navigation buttons to move around a particular folder; press Back to move
between folders.
Thumbnail Support for Media Files
Your media center supports thumbnails in two ways - embedded or external (some
file formats do not support embedded thumbnails).
Embedded thumbnails are images that are part of the media file itself. File formats
that support embedded thumbnails:
Music - MP3 and WMA
Photo - JPEG
Video - MP4
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To add an external thumbnail:
With an individual file or music album selected, press Options, then select Get
Content Info (see “Get Content Info” on page 38). As an alternative, or if the
database did not find any info:
1. Select a JPEG, GIF, or PNG image file that you want to display as a thumbnail of
the music or video file.
2. Save the file in the same location as the file it will represent, according to the
following guidelines:
Folder Thumbnail Guidelines
Music:
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Display folder.jpg (the image file must be named “folder.jpg” or thumbnail will not
function)
If no folder.jpg file is found, display the first embedded album art image found in
the folder
If no album art is available, display the first .JPG in the folder
Photo:
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Display thumbnail
Video:
Display embedded cover art
If no embedded cover art is available, display image file associated with the video
file to be played (for example video.mkv will be associated with video.JPG)
File Thumbnail View Functions (Defaults)
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Music:
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Display album art (.MP3 file with embedded .JPG)
If no album art is available, display the image file with the same name as the
audio file to be played. (for example, song.wav will be associated with song.jpg)
Photo:
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Display thumbnail
Video:
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Display .MP4 with embedded .JPG
Display image file associated with the video file to be played (for example
video.mkv will be associated with video.JPG)
Search Function
You must first enable the Media Library Compilation feature before using the Search
function. Go to “Media Library Compilation” on page 29 for instructions.
To perform a media search:
1. Go to the main browser screen of the type of media you want to search for
(Videos, Music, or Photos).
2. Press
on the remote control.
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3. Select Title, Director, or Actor (Videos); Title, File Name, Album or Artist
(Music); or Title (Photos). Press OK, then to select the . Press OK.
Search Options - Videos
Search Options - Music
Search Options - Photos
4. Select Contains or Starts with, then press OK twice.
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5. Using the on-screen keyboard:
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Use the navigation buttons to select a character, then press OK to input it in
the search bar. Alternatives to this method are as follows:
- Use the alpha-numeric keys on the remote control to enter search terms.
For example, press the 2 button a number of times to enter a, b, or c; press
the 3 button a number of times to enter d, e, or f, etc.
- Plug a USB keyboard into the media center as an alternative to the methods
above. See “Using a USB Keyboard” on page 24.
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Select
or
, then press OK to input characters in a different case.
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Select
, then press OK to display the symbol keyboard for inputting
special keyboard characters.
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Select
, then press OK to display the symbols for special characters such
as .com, www., .net, .org, etc.
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Press Options for multi-lingual/multi-character input (applicable to certain
letters on the keyboard).
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If you want to erase the last character entered, navigate to
then press
OK.
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Navigate to
and press OK to move the cursor backward and
to move
the cursor forward in the Search field (you can also press
to move the
cursor backward and Next Page to move the cursor forward in the Search
field).
6. Once you define the search parameters, select Submit on the bottom of the
on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
All files with filenames that begin with the characters entered in the search field
will be included in the search results. For example, inputting ‘glo’ will result to a
search results like this:
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Global party.mpeg
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Glow of the Field.jpg
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Gloss.mp3
7. If there are no media files matching the search parameters, press OK to display
the on-screen keyboard again and redefine the search parameters.
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If media files matching the search parameters you set are found, they will be
listed as shown below (the result of entering ‘bea’ in Photos).
Use the navigation buttons to select the media file you are looking for, and then
press OK or
to initiate playback.
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Watching Video
You can watch videos on your TV using the media center.
Supported Video Formats
The following video file formats are supported.
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AVI (Xvid, AVC, MPEG1/2/4)
MPG/MPEG
VOB/ISO
MKV (h.264, x.264, AVC, MPEG1/2/4)
TS/TP/M2T (MPEG1/2/4, AVC, VC-1)
MP4/MOV (MPEG4, h.264)
M2TS
WMV9 (VC-1)
Video Playback
To play back video:
1. Navigate to the Home | Videos menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays available video files and video folders in the media center’s
local drive by default. The display will either be in preview view (default), grid view,
list view, or gallery view, depending on your Browser Display setting (see “Video
Settings” on page 182 for more information on Browser Display settings).
Preview mode displays file size, and file type and genre (if available) for the
selected video.
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If Media Library is enabled, you can choose to navigate using sorting
(Alphabetical, Date, Ratings, Recently Viewed) and filter options (All Video,
Genre, Playlists, Folder, Favorites) See “Supported Categories for Media Library
Compilation” on page 30 for details.
3. Locate the video file you want to play.
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To begin playback of a single video file, highlight the file, and then press OK.
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To begin playback of a video playlist, highlight the playlist name, then press
PAUSE/PLAY.
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To begin playback of all video files in a folder, highlight a video in that folder,
then press PAUSE/PLAY.
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To find a video on a network share or media center, follow the instructions in
“Accessing Media Content from the Network” on page 76.
If you try to open a video file that has been partially played before, you are
prompted to choose whether to play the file from the beginning or resume
playback from the last playback position. Select Resume to resume playback or
Restart to start playback from the beginning.
Sort & Filter Videos
You can sort and filter the videos shown in the video menu based on your
preferences using the sorting & filter option.
Filter
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Filter by All, Folders, Genre, Playlist, and Favorites.
Press OK to display videos by the criteria selected.
Note: If you have your media files organized by folder, it may be easier and quicker to find your files by
using the Filter option to only show folders.
3. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
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Sorting
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Sorting by Date, Alphabetically, by Ratings, or by
Recently Viewed. Press OK to display videos by the criteria selected in either
ascending (arrow up) or descending (arrow down) order.
3. Press
. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
Videos Menu Options
In the main Videos screen, press Options. The Videos menu options display. Press
Back when finished to return to the main menu.
Get Content Info
Press / and select Get Content Info from the list of options prompts the media
center to connect to an online media database to gather information about the file.
For example, Get Info returns the MPAA rating, duration of the movie, genre, studio
photos, and movie trailers based on the movie’s title.
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If a No Content Info Found message displays, navigate to the keyboard icon then
press OK.
Enter the whole title or a portion of the title using the on-screen keyboard, select
Submit, then press OK to associate info with the content. Select a title from the list,
then press OK.
Rescan Info
Press / and select Rescan Info from the list of options after you have
associated content info with a file. The rescan info option updates content info or
allows you to correct content info that was associated with the file in error.
View Info
Press / and select View Info from the list of options after you have associated
content info with a file. A synopsis/description of the title info displays.
Add to Queue
Adding videos to the queue provides quick access to these files via the dashboard
(see “Media Center Dashboard” on page 27).
Rate
Rate your videos and other media files so you can sort and filter them by ratings and
access them quickly in the dashboard.
1. Press / and select Rate Video from the list of options.
2. Press / to highlight the number of stars corresponding to your preferred
rating. Five is the highest rating, and one is the lowest.
3. Press OK to confirm your rating.
Favorite
Favorite your videos other media files so you can sort and filter them by favorite and
access them quickly in the dashboard.
1. Press / and select Favorite from the list of options.
2. Press OK.
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Move & Copy
1. Press / and select Move or Copy from the list of options, then press OK.
2. Select a storage destination for the file you want to move or copy, then press
OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons to select the location where you want to move or
copy the file. When you have selected the location, press OK to place the file
there (if selecting a network or media server location, see “Accessing Media
Content from the Network” on page 76).
4. Press to select the green check mark
, then press OK.
Delete
1. Press / and select Delete from the list of options.
2. Select Yes, then press OK to confirm deletion.
Upload to Facebook
You can upload a video to Facebook by selecting this option.
1. Press / and select Upload to Facebook from the list of options.
2. Select the account you want to post the file to then press OK, or select Add
Account to add a Facebook account (see “Facebook” on page 104 for details).
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3. The screen below displays. Press OK to select “Don’t ask me again!” if you do
not want this screen to appear again, then press to select the green check
mark
. Press OK.
Select Multiple
Select multiple files then press Options to apply changes to more than file.
1. Press / and select Select Multiple from the list of options.
2. The edit multiple screen displays. Use the navigation buttons to Select All,
Select Page, or Clear All files shown, or Continue to the next group of files,
then press OK.
3. With multiple files selected, press Options to apply changes to more than one
file.
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Video Playback Controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control video playback:
Button
Function
STOP
Discontinues video playback
PAUSE/PLAY
Pauses or resumes video playback
1. Press FF (fast forward) or REV
(reverse) to scan video (press
repeatedly to select the scan speed)
2. Press PAUSE/PLAY to resume
playback on the selected position
Scans the video playback forward or backward
NEXT
• Plays the next video file in the video folder/playlist
The media center supports the following scan speeds:
2x, 4x, 8x, 16x
• Press during Fast Forward to skip forward 10
minutes.
• Press NEXT to skip to the next chapter (if the
video file supports chapters).
PREV
• Plays the previous video file in the video folder/
playlist
• Press during Fast Reverse to skip back 10 minutes.
• Press PREV to skip to the previous chapter (if the
video file supports chapters).
Up arrow
• Move subtitles up on the screen.
Down arrow
• Move subtitles down on the screen.
Left arrow
• Reduce subtitle display speed.
Right arrow
• Increase subtitle display speed.
Subtitle
•
Audio
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Video Playback Options
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To display the video playback options while playing a video, press Options.
To return to the video, press Back.
Get Content Info
See “Get Content Info” on page 38.
View Chapter
If you are viewing a multichapter video file, you can select which chapter to play.
To select the video chapter:
1. Press Options.
2. Highlight View Chapter, then press OK.
3. Press
/
to highlight your chapter selection, then press OK twice.
Subtitle
Use this option to view subtitles during video playback. Make sure the subtitle files
are located in the same folder as the current video, and that it has the same filename
as the video file.
Note: Subtitle files (specific types that are supported) need to have the exact same file name as the
media they are playing (the extensions will be different) and need to be located in the same folder as
the video file.
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To view subtitles:
1. During video playback, press Subtitle repeatedly until your desired subtitles
display or “Subtitle Off” appears. Or, press Options, highlight Subtitles, then
press OK and follow the steps below.
2. Select your preferred language or Off (to disable subtitles), then press OK.
3. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
Adjust Subtitles
After selecting subtitles, use this option to adjust subtitles during video playback.
1. During video playback, press Options.
2. Highlight Adjust Subtitles, then press
.
Adjust Subtitles submenu options include:
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Position & Size - use navigation buttons to adjust position and speed, press OK
repeatedly to adjust size).
Color (of subtitle text) - select fill and border color from the Subtitle Color
menu.
Encoding - see “Additional Encoding Support” on page 198.
Play Mode
Use the play mode option to set video repeat options. Press OK repeatedly until the
repeat icon you want is displayed. Options include:
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Repeat All
– All the video files in the current video folder are played in
sequence and repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
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Shuffle
– All the video files in the current video folder are played
repeatedly in shuffle mode until you press STOP or Back.
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Repeat One
– The current video file is played repeatedly until you press
STOP or Back.
Audio Channel Selection
Use this option to select the audio language used in the video playback. This option
is only available if the current video has more than one audio track. Make sure the
audio tracks are located in the same folder as the current video.
To select the audio channel:
1. During video playback, press Audio (or press Options, highlight Audio, then
press OK).
2. Repeat the step above until your desired language or track plays.
Audio Lip Sync
Use this option to adjust the timing of the audio to better match up to the video. This
is useful for adjusting videos where the audio and video are out of sync due to
improper encoding, etc.
1. During video playback, press Options.
2. Select Audio Lip Sync, then press OK.
3. Use the / buttons to adjust audio lip sync in increments of 100 ms from
-2000 ms Delay to 2000 ms Advance.
Favorite
See “Favorite” on page 39.
Rate
See “Rate” on page 39.
Add to Queue
See “Add to Queue” on page 39.
Selecting Video Zoom and Pan Options
Use this option to change the viewing scale of the video playback screen and to pan
the video display.
1. During video playback, press Options.
2. Select Zoom & Pan, then press OK.
3. Press OK repeatedly to cycle through the available zoom options. Use the
navigation buttons to pan the display.
Delete
See “Delete” on page 40.
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Post Comment to Facebook
You can upload a video screenshot or comment to Facebook by selecting this
option.
1. Press / and select Post Comment to Facebook from the list of options.
2. Select Screenshot or Comment Only and press OK.
3. If necessary, enter your Facebook user name and password (see “Facebook” on
page 104 for details).
4. The Post Comment to Facebook screen displays. Select the keyboard icon
and use the on-screen keyboard to make a comment.
5. Select the green check mark
screen.
, press OK, then press OK again at the Success
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Displaying the Video Playback Panel
Use this option to display the Video Playback Panel on the bottom of the screen.
This panel shows the following information about the current video:
Video playback progress bar
Elapsed and total
playback times
To view the Video Playback Panel:
1. During video playback, press OK. The video playback panel appears on the
bottom of the screen, showing a progress bar along with the elapsed and total
playback times.
2. Some videos allow you to advance to a specific time. Select Skip to Desired
Time, then click OK. A keyboard displays:
3. Use the navigation buttons to position the cursor under each number in the Hour,
Minute, and Second fields, then select a number from the keyboard. Select
Submit then press OK when finished to advance to the specific time.
Press OK to hide the Video Playback Panel when finished.
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DVD Navigation
In most cases, when the contents of an entire DVD have been successfully saved
and stored in the media center’s internal drive or on an attached USB hard drive or a
networked hard drive connected to the media center, you will experience the same
DVD menu navigation functionality using the buttons on the media center remote as
you would using a DVD remote for a DVD player connected to a television.
Important: For DVD navigation to work, the VOB files must be placed in a
folder named VIDEO_TS.
Note: Video files such as AVI, MP4, MKV, and MT2S are "single track" video files that do not provide
DVD navigation features.
DVD Navigation Controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control DVD navigation video playback:
Button
Function
STOP
Discontinues video playback
PAUSE/PLAY
Pauses or resumes video playback
1. Press FF (fast forward) or REV
(reverse) to scan video (press
repeatedly to select the scan speed)
2. Press PAUSE/PLAY to resume
playback on the selected position
Scans the video playback forward or backward
NEXT
• Press during Fast Forward to skip forward 10
minutes.
The media center supports the following scan speeds:
2x, 4x, 8x, 16x
• Press
PREV
NEXT to skip to the next chapter.
• Press during Fast Reverse to skip back 10 minutes.
• Press PREV to skip to the previous chapter.
Up arrow
• At the main menu, move between selections such
as Play Movie, Scene Selection, Set Up, Special
Features, etc.
• Move subtitles up on the screen during video
playback.
Down arrow
• At the main menu, move between selections such
as Play Movie, Scene Selection, Set Up, Special
Features, etc.
• Move subtitles down on the screen during video
playback.
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Button
Left arrow
Function
• At the main menu, move between selections such
as Play Movie, Scene Selection, Set Up, Special
Features, etc.
• Reduce subtitle display speed during video
playback.
Right arrow
• At the main menu, move between selections such
as Play Movie, Scene Selection, Set Up, Special
Features, etc.
• Increase subtitle display speed during video
playback.
DVD Navigation Playback Options
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To display the video playback options, press Options.
To hide the options, press Back or Options again.
Main Menu Selection
To show the main menu in DVD navigation mode:
1. Press Options.
2. Highlight Menu, then press OK. The main menu displays.
Selecting Subtitles
See “Subtitle” on page 43.
Audio Channel Selection
See “Audio Channel Selection” on page 45.
Get Content Info
See “Get Content Info” on page 38.
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Playing Music
You can listen to audio files on your TV/audio system using the media center.
Supported Audio Formats
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MP3
WAV/PCM/LPCM
WMA
AAC
FLAC
MKA
AIF/AIFF
OGG
Dolby Digital Plus
DTS
Music Playback
1. Navigate to the Home | Music menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays available music files and folders in the media center’s local
drive by default. The display will either be in grid view (default) or list view,
depending on your Browser Display setting (see “Music Settings” on page 184
for more information on Browser Display settings).
If Media Library is enabled, you can choose to navigate using sorting
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Genre, Artist, Album, Playlists, Favorites) See “Supported Categories for Media
Library Compilation” on page 30 for details.
3. Locate the audio file you want to play.
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To begin playback of a single audio file, highlight the file, then press OK.
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To begin playback of an album, highlight the album, then press OK. Press OK
again to play the album.
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To begin playback of a music playlist, highlight the playlist name, and then
press PAUSE/PLAY.
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To begin playback of all audio files in a folder, highlight an audio file in that
folder, and then press PAUSE/PLAY.
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To find audio files on a network share or media center, follow the instructions in
“Accessing Media Content from the Network” on page 76.
Sort & Filter Music
You can sort and filter music based on your preferences using the sort & filter option.
Filter
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Filter by All Albums, All Tracks, Genre, Artist,
Folders, Playlist, and Favorites. Press OK to display music by the criteria
selected.
Note: If you have your media files organized by folder, it may be easier and quicker to find your files by
using the Filter option to only show folders.
3. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
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Sorting
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Sorting by Date, Alphabetically, Ratings, or by
Recently Viewed. Press OK to display music by the criteria selected in either
ascending (arrow up) or descending (arrow down) order.
3. Press
. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
Music Menu Options
In the main video screen, press Options. The Music menu options display. Press
Back when complete to return to the main menu.
Get Content Info
The Music get content info function is the same as the Videos get content info
function. See “Get Content Info” on page 38.
Rescan Info
The Music rescan info function is the same as the Videos rescan info function. See
“Rescan Info” on page 39.
View Info
The Music view info function is the same as the Videos view info function. See
“Video Playback Controls” on page 42.
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Favorite
The Music favorite function is the same as the Videos favorite function. See
“Favorite” on page 39.
Rate
The Music rate function is the same as the Videos rate function. See “Rate” on
page 39.
Move & Copy
The Music move and copy functions are the same as the Videos move and copy
functions. See “Move & Copy” on page 40.
Delete
The Music delete function is the same as the Videos delete function. See “Delete” on
page 40.
Edit Multiple
The Music edit multiple function is the same as the Videos edit multiple function. See
“Select Multiple” on page 41.
Preset Music
The Preset Music function allows you to assign a numbered button on the remote to
a song for quick playback.
1. Press
/
to select Preset Music. Press
.
2. Press
/
to select a numbered remote button, then press OK.
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Music Playback Controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control music playback when in the
music playback screen:
Button
Function
STOP
Stop audio playback
PAUSE/PLAY
Pause or resume audio playback
1. Press FF (fast forward) or REV (reverse) to
scan the audio file (press repeatedly to
select the scan speed).
2. Press PLAY to resume playback on the
selected position.
Scan the audio playback forward or backward
Press PREV (previous track) once.
Start playback from the beginning
Press NEXT
Play the next audio track in the music folder/
playlist
Press PREV (previous track) twice.
Play the previous audio track in the music folder/
playlist
0-9
While listening to a song or music playlist, press
and hold any of the 0-9 buttons to create a
preset.
The media center supports the following scan
speeds: 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×
Note: If you leave the music playback screen, the only playback controls that work are the STOP
button (to stop music playback) and Options (during photo playback - to jump to the previous or next
track).
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Music Playback Screen
The music playback screen displays the following information about the currently
playing album and/or audio file:
Album art (if available)
Album name
Audio filename(s)
Track number/
total tracks
Elapsed time and
total playback
time
Artist
Audio playback
progress bar
Shuffle mode
(if enabled)
Current repeat mode
(if enabled)
Music Playback Options
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To display the music playback options, press Options.
To hide the options, press Back or Options again.
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Get Content Info
The Music get content info function is the same as the Videos get content info
function. See “Get Content Info” on page 38.
Rescan Info
The Music rescan info function is the same as the Videos rescan info function. See
“Rescan Info” on page 39.
View Info
The Music view info function is the same as the Videos view info function. See
“Video Playback Controls” on page 42.
Add to Queue
The Music add to queue function is the same as the Video add to queue function.
See “Add to Queue” on page 39.
Favorite
The Music favorite function is the same as the Video favorite function. See “Favorite”
on page 39.
Rate
The Music rate function is the same as the Video rate function. See “Rate” on
page 39.
Play Mode
Use the music play mode to set repeat and shuffle options.
Repeat
To set the music repeat mode:
1. During music playback, press Options.
2. Select Play Mode, then press OK repeatedly until the repeat icon you want is
displayed. Options include:
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Repeat All
– All the audio files in the current music folder/playlist are
played in sequence and repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
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Repeat One
– The current audio track is played repeatedly until you press
STOP or Back.
Repeat All and Shuffle
– All the audio files in the current music
folder/playlist are played repeatedly in sequence and shuffled until you press
STOP or Back.
The icon for the enabled repeat mode will appear below the playback progress
bar.
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Shuffle
Use this option to set the audio tracks in the current music folder/playlist to play in
random order.
To enable music shuffle mode:
1. During music playback, press Options.
2. Select Play Mode, then press OK repeatedly until the repeat icon you want is
displayed. Options include:
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Shuffle
– All the audio files in the current music folder/playlist are shuffled
repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
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Repeat All and Shuffle
– All the audio files in the current music
folder/playlist are played repeatedly in sequence and shuffled until you press
STOP or Back.
Delete
The Music delete function is the same as the Videos delete function. See “Delete” on
page 40.
Preset Music
See “Preset Music” on page 53.
Playing Music From Your iPod®
Apple® uses a proprietary naming scheme and because of this the media center is
unable to display the original names for the folders and files as they are in your iPod.
The media center instead reassigns new names for the folders and files, but only
while in use with the media center. The original file information is preserved in your
iPod. You can view the original file information when you play a file where the screen
will display the metadata.
Note: The media center does not support playback of protected premium content such as movies or
music from the iTunes® Store, Cinema Now, Movielink®, Amazon Unbox™, and Vongo®.
To use your iPod with the media center, simply plug your iPod in to the USB port and
navigate through the interface menu.
Note: The media center only supports USB mass storage mode. iPod Touch is not a USB mass
storage device and is therefore not supported.
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Viewing Photos
You can view your digital photos both individually and in slideshow mode on your TV
using the media center.
Supported Image File Formats
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GIF (Animated GIFs are not supported)
BMP (non-compressed)
JPEG (grayscale, RGB, YCbCy) (does not support CMYK or YCCK)
TIF/TIFF (RGB) (does not support CMYK, YMC, YMCK, or KCMY)
PNG (Non-alpha channel only)
Photo Display
1. Navigate to the Home | Photos menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays available music files and folders in the media center’s local
drive by default. The display will either be in grid view (default) or list view,
depending on your Browser Display setting (see “Photo Settings” on page 185
for more information on Browser Display settings).
3. If Media Library is enabled, you can choose to navigate using sorting
(Alphabetical, Date, Ratings, Recently Viewed) and filter options (All Pictures,
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Date, Folders, Recent). See “Supported Categories for Media Library
Compilation” on page 30 for details.
4. Locate the picture file you want to view.
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To open a single picture file for viewing, select the file, and then press OK.
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To view the next picture file in the photo folder, press
(next).
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To view the previous picture file in the photo folder, press
(previous).
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To find picture files on a network share or media center, follow the instructions
in “Accessing Media Content from the Network” on page 76.
You can also view a slideshow using all picture files in a photo folder. See “Photo
Slideshow” on page 65 for instructions.
Sort & Filter Photos
You can sort and filter photos based on your preferences using the sort & filter
option.
Filter
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Filter by All, Date, Folders, and Favorites. Press OK
to display music by the criteria selected.
Note: If you have your media files organized by folder, it may be easier and quicker to find your files by
using the Filter option to only show folders.
3. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
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Sorting
1. Press
or navigate to the sort and filter content icon
, and press OK.
2. Press , then / to select Sorting by Date, Alphabetically, Ratings, or by
Recently Viewed. Press OK to display photos by the criteria selected in either
ascending (arrow up) or descending (arrow down) order.
3. Press
. With the green check mark
selected, press OK again.
Digital Camera Support
You can attach your digital camera to the media center via a USB port and view the
supported image files stored in the camera’s memory card.
To view images from a digital camera:
1. Attach your digital camera to the media center via the USB port.
2. Press OK to close the message (the media center sees the camera’s memory
card as a read-only device).
3. Navigate to the Home | Photos menu.
4. The digital camera is considered a USB device. Use the navigation buttons to
select, then press OK.
The screen displays thumbnails of available picture files and photo folders. Only
image files supported by the media center are displayed.
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Photos Menu Options
In the main photo screen, press Options. The Photos menu options display. Press
Back when complete to return to the main menu.
Add to Queue
The Photos add to queue function is the same as the Videos add to queue function.
See “Add to Queue” on page 39.
Favorite
The Photos favorite function is the same as the Videos favorite function. See
“Favorite” on page 39.
Rate
The Photos rate function is the same as the Videos rate function. See “Rate” on
page 39.
Move & Copy
The Photos move and copy functions are the same as the Videos move and copy
functions. See “Move & Copy” on page 40.
Delete
The Photos delete function is the same as the Videos delete function. See “Delete”
on page 40.
Upload to Facebook
The Photos upload to Facebook function is the same as the Videos upload to
Facebook function. See “Upload to Facebook” on page 40.
Upload to Picasa
You can upload a photo to Picasa by selecting this option.
1. Press / and select Upload to Picasa from the list of options.
2. If prompted to sign in, select Yes, then press OK, and enter your Picasa
username and password using the on-screen keyboard.
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3. The screen below displays. Press OK.
Set as Background
You can set any photo as the system background to replace the default grass field
and sunny sky photo or other photo you have previously selected.
1. Find and select the photo you want to use for the background in the Photos
menu, then press OK.
2. Press Options.
3. Select Set as Background, then press .
4. Select one of the photo scaling options (Keep as Original, Fit to Screen, or
Distort to Screen), then press OK.
Select Multiple
The Photos edit multiple function is the same as the Videos select multiple function.
See “Select Multiple” on page 41.
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Photo Display Options
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To display the photo options while viewing a photo, press Options.
To return to the photo you were viewing, press Back or Options again.
View Info
Select this option to view info about the photo including source, file size, dimensions,
image number, date and time photo was taken, exposure mode, and flash info.
Play Mode
Use the play mode option to set repeat and shuffle options.
1. During photo playback, press Options.
2. Select Play Mode, then press OK repeatedly until the repeat icon you want is
displayed. Options include:
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Repeat All
– All the photo files in the current photo folder are played in
sequence and repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
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Shuffle
– All the photo files in the current photo folder are shuffled
repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
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Repeat All and Shuffle
– All the photo files in the current photo folder
are played repeatedly in sequence and shuffled until you press STOP or
Back.
Rotate Left & Right
1. During photo viewing, press Options.
2. Select Rotate Left or Rotate Right, then press OK.
3. Press Options and select Rotate Left or Rotate Right again as needed until
the rotation you want is set for the photo.
Selecting Photo Zoom and Pan Options
See “Selecting Video Zoom and Pan Options” on page 45.
Upload to Facebook
See “Upload to Facebook” on page 40.
Upload to Picasa
See “Upload to Picasa” on page 61.
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Set As Background
See “Set as Background” on page 62.
Rate
See “Rate” on page 39.
Favorite
See “Favorite” on page 39.
Add to Queue
See “Add to Queue” on page 39.
Delete
See “Delete” on page 40.
Displaying Photo Thumbnails
While viewing a photo or slideshow, press to display thumbnails of all your photos.
Use the
navigation buttons to select another photo to view, then press OK.
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Displaying Photo Information
Use this option to display the Picture Information Panel on the bottom of the screen.
This panel shows the following information about the current picture:
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Image filename
Source
Image file size and resolution
Image’s sequence number and the total number of image files in the current
photo folder
To view the photo information panel:
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During photo viewing, press OK. Press Back to hide photo information.
Photo Slideshow
The media center allows you to create a slideshow using the contents of a photo
folder.
To start a slideshow:
1. Locate the photo folder containing the image files you want in the slideshow.
(See “Photo Display” on page 58.)
2. Select the photo folder, then press PAUSE/PLAY to start the slideshow.
To listen to background music with a slideshow:
1. Navigate to the music folder containing the audio file/playlist you want to
accompany the slideshow. (See “Music Playback” on page 50.)
2. Select the audio file/playlist, and then press PLAY.
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If you selected a single audio file, you may want to enable it to play repeatedly
so it doesn’t stop before the slideshow is done.
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If you selected a music playlist, you can choose to enable the repeat or shuffle
mode.
3. Press HOME, and then start the slideshow (as described above).
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Slideshow Playback Controls
Use these buttons on the remote control to control slideshow playback:
Button
Function
STOP
Discontinue the slideshow
PAUSE/PLAY
Pause or resume the slideshow
NEXT
Display the next picture file in the slideshow
PREV
Play the previous picture file in the slideshow
Repeating and/or Shuffling a Slideshow
Access Setup > Photo settings to repeat and/or shuffle a slideshow. See “Slideshow
Sequence” on page 185.
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Files
You can view and manage all of your media files in one place using the Files menu.
Files Display
1. Navigate to the Home | Files menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays all available media files and folders in the media center’s
local drive by default. The display is in list view.
3. Locate a file you want to play.
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To play a single file, select the file from the list or by navigating through the
folder structure, then press OK.
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Follow the instructions under “Watching Video” on page 36, “Playing Music” on
page 50, or “Viewing Photos” on page 58.
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To find files on a network share or media server, follow the instructions in
“Accessing Media Content from the Network” on page 76.
Sorting Files
The Files sorting function
“Sorting” on page 38.
is the same as the Videos sorting function. See
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Files Options
To manage files (move, copy, delete, rename, and select multiple), do the following:
With an individual file or folder selected, press Options.
Move & Copy
The Files move and copy functions are the same as the Videos move and copy
functions. See “Move & Copy” on page 40.
Delete
The Files delete function is the same as the Videos delete function. See “Delete” on
page 40.
Rename
To rename a folder or file, select Rename then enter in the new name using the
on-screen keyboard.
Select Multiple
The Files edit multiple function is the same as the Videos select multiple function.
See “Select Multiple” on page 41.
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Network Setup
The media center can be connected to the local area network using a wired or
wireless network connection for access to streaming video and online and offline
media content.
Ethernet Network (Wired) Setup
1. Plug an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet connector on the media center.
2. Plug the opposite end of the Ethernet cable directly into a LAN port on a router or
network switch.
3. After connecting the media player to your TV and turning it on, the network setup
wizard starts up. Press / to select your language, then press OK.
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4. The wizard begins automatic network connection. When finished, the following
screen displays. Press OK.
5. To change or manually configure your wired network setup (recommended for
advanced users only), see “Network Setup” on page 187.
Wireless Network Setup
Important: Streaming over Wi-Fi may be unstable due to various reasons
such as a weak network connection, signal strength, variable speeds, or
other environmental factors. You can create instant high-speed, wired
network connections and gain fast, reliable access to the Internet without
running wires all over your house using WD Livewire powerline AV network
kit (sold separately). For more information, visit http://products.wdc.com/
WDLivewire.
1. Connect a USB wireless adapter (sold separately) to the USB port on your media
center.
Note: For a list of tested, compatible wireless USB adapters, see Article #5688 in our knowledge base
at http://support.wdc.com.
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2. After connecting the media player to your TV and turning it on, the network setup
wizard starts up. Press / to select your language, then press OK.
Wireless Setup Options
You have four options for setting up your wireless network:
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Automatic – Select an available access point found by the media player.
Manually enter the wireless network name – Use the on-screen keyboard to
input the network name (SSID) manually (when SSID not set to broadcast).
Wi-Fi Proctected Setup (WPS) – Enter a PIN or push the WPS button on the
router (if available).
Windows Pairing Code – This option is only available via the Setup menu. See
“Get Windows Pairing Code (Windows 7)” on page 189
Note: The recommended setting on Wireless N routers is 802.11n-only with a channel width of 20/40
MHz. If you are using a wireless-N access point (AP) and it has been set to operate in 802.11n mode
with a security setting of anything other than WPA2-PSK+AES or None, then media player will operate
at lower 802.11g rates. Disabling wireless security is not recommended.
Auto Search or Manually Enter Wireless Network Name
1. Press / to select your language in the setup wizard Welcome screen, then
press OK.
2. Auto Search: Press / to select your wireless network from the list, and press
OK. Proceed to step 5.
Manual: Depending on your wireless network setup, you may want to manually
type in the name of your network. In this case, navigate to the keyboard icon on
the right side of the screen, press OK, and proceed to the next step.
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3. Use the navigation buttons
to type in the SSID for the access point you
want to connect to, select Submit, then press OK.
4. Press
/
to select the wireless network encryption type , then press OK.
5. If necessary, use the navigation buttons
access point, select Submit, then press OK.
to type in the passcode for the
6. Once the network is successfully set up, press OK to display the Home screen.
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Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
1. Press / to select your language in the setup wizard Welcome screen, then
press OK.
2. Navigate to the WPS icon on the right side of the screen, and press OK.
3. Press / to select the method you want to use, then press OK.
WPS Button
1. Press the WPS button on your wireless router.
2. Press OK on the remote.
PIN Code
1. Enter the WPS PIN code shown on-screen in your wireless router’s web
configuration page.
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2. Press OK on the remote.
After performing one of the wireless setup functions above, press OK.
After establishing a network connection, you can:
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Use the Internet services integrated into your media player to access
streaming media. See “Internet Services” on page 93 for more information on
these services.
Transfer files between the media center and your computer (PC or Mac).
Procedures for copying and moving files between the media center and your
computer is described in “Step 3 - Loading Content On Your Media Center”
on page 18.
Access your media files on the network. See “Network Services” on page 76.
Checking the Network Connection
If you experience network problems, check the network connection to determine the
cause of the problem.
To check the network connection:
1. Press Setup or navigate to the Home | Setup menu bar.
2. Press / to select Network Settings, then press OK.
3. Press / to select Check connection, then press OK.
The unit will automatically check the network connection. Once the check is
completed, the results display. A green check mark on these items indicate that
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there is no problem with your network settings. If a problem is indicated, check
your router settings and manual for a solution.
A red cross mark indicates a problem with the network settings. It can either be
the IP address or the DNS server address. If the problem persists, check with
your Internet service provider.
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Network Services
Accessing Media Content from the Network
Once the media player has an active network connection, you can access media
content from a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device or shared computer located
on the same network as your media player. You can also access content from USB
storage connected to the media player. The benefits and applications of each
content source type are described below.
To access media content from a network share, media server, USB storage, or
online account:
1. Navigate to the Home screen, and select the menu for media content you wish to
access. It can be Music, Videos, or Photos. Press OK.
2. Press OK to select a new content source or press
or / to select Select
Content Source , then press OK.
3. Press / to select the network resource where the media content you want to
access is located, then press OK.
Note: My Media Library does not appear if the media library is turned off (see “Media Library” on page
195).
Content Source
Best for accessing...
My Media Library
Internal storage, all available network shares, and attached USB storage (slow
scan—depending on the number of files and connection speed, the scanning
time required to compile the media library may be increased).
Local Storage
Internal storage and storage devices attached to USB ports 1 and/or 2.
Media Server
Network-attached media server devices for ease of use (optimal for DLNA
certified server devices such as WD’s My Book® Live™ ).
Network Share
Windows Shares Windows network shares, most network attached storage drives, legacy Mac
OS before Lion, and other devices that uses SMB/CIFS protocol.
Linux Shares
Online Service
Linux (NFS) network shares (recommended for advanced power users).
Photos and videos posted in your Facebook and Picasa online accounts.
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My Media Library
The benefit of selecting this option is that it shows all the aggregated content on
your network attached and USB storage together in one view. However, it does take
longer to scan all the storage content compared to selecting a more specific option
for content retrieval.
Internal storage is automatically included in the Media Library. To add additional
source content to My Media Library, please do one of the following:
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Attach USB storage to one of the USB ports on the media center and it is
automatically added to media library.
Connect to a Windows or Linux Share (see “Network Share” on page 78). While
browsing the content inside, press Option to add a share folder to the Media
Library.
Use the Media Library Manager for Network Share (see “Media Library Manager
for Network Share” on page 196), and select Add network share to media
library to manually add individual share folders to the media library. A maximum
of 10 shares can be added.
Local Storage
Select Local Storage, then Internal Storage to access media content on the
media center’s internal hard drive.
Select Local Storage, then USB1 or USB2 to access media content on one or
more USB storage devices connected to the media center’s USB 1 or USB 2 ports.
After selecting USB 1 or USB 2, the media player scans the drive to build the media
library by default (if enabled).
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Media Server
This menu displays network attached UPnP media servers connected to your
network and usage is optimized with DLNA compliant devices such as WD My Book
Live personal cloud storage and other WD TV Live Hub media centers.
The benefit of using a media server is that it aggregates the content together from
the device that is hosting it. The media server hosts a list of supported file formats
with metadata information that allows a client device like the media player to easily
browse and play back the content.
However, using a media server can restrict supported file types and you may not be
able to see all the files stored in the media server. When using a Network Share,
every file is presented to the media player and it does the content filtering based on
what it can support.
Follow the steps below under “Accessing a Shared Folder,” selecting the name of
your media server and referencing your media server documentation for password
setup and administration if necessary.
Network Share
The media player supports Windows (SMB/CIFS), and Linux (NFS) network shares.
Windows Shares
Windows Shares uses Samba (also known as SMB/CIFS), a more common protocol
among devices such as PC, NAS, and Mac (before Lion). If you want to simply
discover and/or share a folder on the network to be accessed by the media player,
Samba is a common method, especially for Windows.
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Windows Shares display shared computers and network attached storage devices
(such as WD’s My Book Live personal cloud storage NAS drive) connected to your
network via the Samba protocol.
Linux Shares
Linux Shares uses NFS, which is popular with power users and Linux users because
of the increased speed and performance it can provide. NFS is better suited to Linux
since using NFS with Windows requires installation of third party applications.
Follow the steps below under “Accessing a Shared Folder,” selecting the name of
your NAS device or computer and referencing your NAS device or operating system
documentation for password setup and administration if nessesary.
Accessing a Shared Folder
To create a shared folder, follow the instructions under “Share a Folder on Your
Computer” on page 80.
To access a shared folder under Network Share:
1. Select the name of your computer and press OK twice.
2. If necessary, enter your user name and password to access your computer, or
accept the default login. For further information regarding password setup and
administration, refer to your operating system documentation.
3. Press to select OK, then press OK. Supported content for the selected media
type displays.
4. Select the content you wish to access, then press OK to start media playback.
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Accessing Network Attached Storage
Follow the steps above under “Accessing a Shared Folder,” selecting the name of
your NAS device and referencing your NAS device documentation for password
setup and administration.
Online Service
This menu allows you to connect to media content stored in your Facebook and
Picasa online accounts. Select Facebook or Picasa and enter your user name and
password to access your media content.
Logging in to a Network Resource or Online Account
When accessing a network resource, you need to enter in the user name and
password for the device or account using the on-screen keyboard. In some cases, a
default anonymous login displays if no password is set for the device. When this
happens, accept the default login, select
, then press OK.
Select Remember Me and press OK to have the media player remember the user
name and password for the resource.
Share a Folder on Your Computer
You can view and play back digital media content stored on your computer by
sharing one or more folders containing the media.
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Make sure the media player and your computer are both attached to the network,
then follow the instructions below for your operating system (Windows 7/Vista/XP or
Mac).
Important: Be sure to update your operating system to the latest update or
service pack. Depending on your network's configuration you may need to
disable or adjust your Firewall settings to view your shared folder on your
network. Contact your Firewall manufacturer for assistance.
When finished following the instructions for your operating system, go to
“Accessing a Shared Folder” on page 79.
Windows 7
Change Settings to Allow Folder Sharing
The first thing you need to do to allow folders to be shared with the device is to
determine how your network is configured. Follow the instructions below to
determine what kind of network you have.
1. From the Control Panel, click Network and Internet.
2. Click Network and Sharing Center.
3. Look under View your active networks to determine if your network is Home,
Work, Public, or Domain.W
4. If you have a Work network, proceed to step 6. If you have a Public network,
click the Public network link.
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5. Click Work network.
6. Click the Choose homegroup and sharing options link.
7. Click the Change advanced sharing settings... link.
8. Ensure that the following options are selected: Turn on network discovery,
Turn on file and printer sharing, Media streaming is off, and Allow
Windows to manage homegroup connections (recommended).
Note: WD does not support streaming from a domain server, or a computer attached to a domain, to
the device. Please contact your domain administrator or Microsoft® Support for assistance.
Share a Folder
Follow the instructions below to share a folder in Windows 7.
1. Navigate to the folder you want to share. Once found, right-click on the folder
and select Properties.
2. Click the Sharing tab.
3. Click the Advanced Sharing button.
4. Click the Share This Folder box.
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5. Enter the name you would like this folder to appear on the network as in the
Share name box.
6. Click the Permissions box.
7. Select the users you would like to give access to and the permissions you would
like to assign to that user, then click OK.
8. Click OK to close the Advanced Sharing window.
9. Finally, click on OK one more time to close the folder properties window and
save your changes.
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Windows Vista
Change Settings to Allow Folder Sharing
Follow the instructions below to configure your computer for folder sharing in
Windows Vista.
1. Open the Network And Sharing Center from the Control Panel.
2. Next to the name of the network look to see if it is a Private or Public network.
3. If your network is Private skip to step 5 below. Otherwise, click the Customize
link.
4. Click Private, then click OK.
5. If it is set to Off expand the File Sharing field and change it to On.
6. If you want to share the pre-designated Public folders in Windows, expand the
Public folder sharing field under Sharing and Discovery.
7. Select your choice of the two "Turn on sharing..." options.
8. Click Apply.
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Share a Folder
Follow the instructions below to share a folder in Windows Vista.
1. Navigate to the folder you want to share. Once found, right-click on the folder
and click Share.
2. If your system requires a login to access a shared folder, select a User account to
assign to the share, then click Share. Otherwise, simply click the Share button.
3. Under Sharing and Discovery expand the Public folder sharing field.
4. Depending on your system speed you may or may not see a progress bar while
the permissions on the folder are updated. Click Done.
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Windows XP
Follow the instructions below to share a folder in Windows XP.
1. Right-click on the folder you want to share and select Sharing and Security.
2. Click Share this folder.
3. Choose a name you want the folder to appear as on your network and enter it in
the Share Name field.
Note: You can also set a maximum number of users able to access your drive at one time. To do this,
click "Allow this number of users: " and set the number in the field to the right.
4. Click OK.
Mac
Follow the instructions below to share a folder within Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6.
1. Open the Apple menu from the upper left corner of your screen and click
System Preferences.
2. Click the Sharing button under the Internet & Wireless group.
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3. Choose a name for your computer on the network and type it in the Computer
Name field.
4. Click the box next to File Sharing to turn on the file sharing service. Then click
on the + sign button below the Shared Folders box.
5. To share additional folders beyond the default Public folder, select the folder you
would like to share and click the Add button.
6. Click on the red x in the upper left corner to close the window.
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Using the Web UI
The media center provides a Web-based user interface (UI) that can be used to
control certain functions. You must use a network-connected computer or smart
phone to use the Web UI.
Important: Your media center must be set up on the network (see “Network
Setup” on page 69 for further information) to use the Web UI.
Launching the Web UI
1. Open a Web brower and type in your media’s center’s IP address in the address
field. Press ENTER on your computer keyboard.
Note: To find your media center’s IP address, press Setup on the remote controller and navigate to
Network Settings. Select Network Setup to see the media center’s IP address.
2. The Web UI launch page displays. Enter the default password (“admin”) in the
Password field.
3. Select your preferred language from the Language list.
4. Click I accept END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT. You can also click Keep
me signed in (optional). Click Login.
5. The Web UI menu options display.
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System
Click System in the Web UI home page to manage the system status of your media
center and view general network information. You can change the password, set
system preferences, and choose date and time settings using these options.
Remote
Click Remote in the Web UI home page to control the media center using your
computer. Click the buttons on the virtual remote controller to control your media
center (see “Using the Remote Control” on page 22 for further information).
Click the Open in separate window link to open the virtual
remote controller in a new browser screen. You can copy the
URL from this browser screen and enter it in a browser on your
smartphone. Then, you can use your smartphone as a virtual
remote controller by touching the buttons on the screen.
Enter on-screen keyboard commands in the Submit field
using your computer or smartphone keyboard, then click or
press Submit when finished.
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Media
Click Media to enable the Twonky service, launch the Twonky media browser, and
enable the iTunes server to access media on iTunes.
TwonkyMedia™
Click Enabled, then Launch Twonky to launch the TwonkyMedia server media
browser in a separate browser window. The TwonkyMedia home screen displays.
Navigate through the Music, Photos, and Videos subcategories to find a file to play
back on your computer. Launching a music or video file plays the file back on your
computer’s default media player. Clicking on a photo thumbnail enlarges the photo
on your screen.
During navigation, click
to return to the home page shown above, and
back to the previous screen.
to go
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Click
to upload a file from your computer to the media center. Click Browse to
locate a file, then send to upload it to the media center.
Click
to open the TwonkyMedia server status screen. Here, you can restart the
server, view server status, perform basic and advanced setup, and access support
resources.
Online
Click Online to access sign-up links and information for the listed Internet services
supported by the media center (supported services vary by region and country).
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RSS
Click RSS to view your RSS subscriptions and category folders. Here, you can add
a new subscription or a new folder to categorize your subscriptions.
Support
Click Support to access Express Customer Support (includes diagnostic test) and
Support Documentation including product documentation, FAQ’s, and a WD TV user
forum.
Status Bar
The status bar at the bottom of the Web UI displays media center status, hard drive
capacity usage, and a graphical representation of the percentage of music, photos,
and video stored on the media center.
Logout
Click the Logout button in the main menu to log out of the Web UI.
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Internet Services
Important: A broadband Internet connection (e.g., DSL or cable) is required
to use Internet services. Availability varies by country. These services may be
changed, terminated, or interrupted at any time.
With WD TV Live Hub, you can stream the best Internet entertainment to your HDTV.
Watch hit movies, catch up on TV shows, stay connected to your social network,
and enjoy on-demand access to your favorite music from your TV. To explore the
complete lineup of online entertainment, go to: http://products.wdc.com/
onlineservices/wdtvlivehub.
After connecting to a network, you can use the media player to access media
content from the following Internet services and more:
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AccuWeather.com® – Get local and international forecasts, climate trends, and
the latest news from the world’s weather authority.
Deezer™– A personalized on-demand music service to listen to seven million
tracks anytime, anywhere and one of the most popular Internet and mobile music
offerings in Europe.
Facebook® – Share your status, photos, videos, and your favorite links on
Facebook. Find out the latest news from your social network or the world and so
much more. Access it all on your big screen TV.
Flickr™ – Connect to Flickr using the on-screen menus. View the photos on your
Flickr account and enjoy them on your TV.
Flixster™ – Watch the latest theatrical movie trailers and get critic reviews from
Rotten Tomatoes. Preview movies that are opening this week and see what’s hot
at the box office. See what’s new on DVD and Blu-ray and the top rentals.
Live365® – Listen to thousands of commercial-free Internet radio stations. Easily
browse through popular genres or discover treasures in some of the lesstraveled styles.
MLB.TV – Watch every out-of-market game LIVE or on demand in HD quality.
Almost 100 games are streamed LIVE each week. Choose home or away feeds,
and use quick navigation to run scoring plays or at bats. PLUS, watch over 150
Spring Training Games with no blackout restrictions.*
* MLB.TV Premium subscription required.
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Netflix® – Enjoy popular movies, classics, and TV episodes instantly. Access
your Netflix unlimited membership and instantly watch TV episodes and movies
on your big screen.*
*Netflix is available in certain countries. Unlimited membership required. More information at
www.netflix.com.
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Pandora® – Free, personalized Internet radio playing only the music you love.
Enter your favorite songs or artists, and enjoy stations created just for you. Rate
songs as they play, because Pandora caters to your tastes and adapts stations
to your feedback on the spot.*
*Pandora available in US only.
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Picasa – View, share and enjoy your photographs right from your television.
SHOUTcast Radio – The ultimate directory of online radio stations featuring
over 45,000 music, talk, sports, and community radio stations from around the
world.
Spotify – Enjoy on-demand access to over 15 million tracks and albums. Any
artist, any album, any genre - available instantly on your media player. Spotify is
available in: USA, UK, Sweden, Finland, Norway, France, The Netherlands,
Spain, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland and Denmark.*
*Spotify Premium account required.
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TuneIn – The world’s largest Internet radio guide with access to over 30,000 free
radio stations searchable by location, genre, or format.
YouTube™ – Stream YouTube and watch your favorite videos from the world’s #1
video sharing website on your television.
The above services are fully integrated with their web-based counterparts when
accessed via the media center. If you are a registered user of any of these services,
everything you create, rate, or bookmark when using the media center shows up on
your account the next time you sign in to that service from your computer or mobile
computing device.
To access Internet Media:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
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2. The list of Internet services display by category. Select a category (choose from
Featured, My Favorites, All, Movies & TV, Web Video, Music, Sports,
Photos, Social, and News and Weather), then press OK.
3. Press / and/or Next Page/Prev Page to make a selection. A brief
description of the service and designer displays when a service is selected.
When finished making your selection, press OK.
Adding a Service to Favorites
You can add a Service to your Favorites so that it’s quickly available via the
dashboard when you are in the Home screen or other screens (when you press
or navigate to
in certain screens then press OK). It will also display in the
Services page under the My Favorites category.
1. In the Services screen, press / to select a service you want to favorite, then
press Options.
2. Press OK to list the service in the dashboard under Favorites.
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AccuWeather.com
The Weather service provided by AccuWeather.com provides local forecasts for
everywhere in the United States and over two million locations worldwide. Upon your
first use of AccuWeather.com, you are prompted to enter your location (city of
residence or nearest city) to set the temperature/weather indicator on your media
center.
To set temperature/weather indicator:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select AccuWeather.com
.
3. Select OK in the End User License Agreement screen, then press OK to display
the AccuWeather.com home screen.
4. Use the navigation buttons
to type a search using the on-screen
keyboard. You can also press on the remote control to toggle to the results list
after entering several characters in the search field. Select Submit, then press
OK.
Note: The complete city name needs to be entered for locations outside of the U.S. For example, you
must type "Sydney" to find Sydney, Australia; typing "Sydn" results in Sydney, FL as the location.
5. If necessary, Press / to scroll through search results to select your city, then
press OK.
6. Press OK to complete setting your location.
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7. The AccuWeather.com home screen displays current temperature, conditions,
and other weather details at your location.
Options include:
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Settings
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Maps (press Options, then OK to zoom & pan the weather map in your area
using the navigation buttons)
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Lifestyle (provides forecasts from Poor to Excellent for various health and
sporting conditions)
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Forecast (select 7-Day Forecast or Weekend Forecast to view upcoming
weather)
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Weather Video (select and watch popular AccuWeather.com videos)
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Settings
Change Temperature Display
To change the temperature display from Celsius to Fahrenheit or vice-versa, do the
following:
1. Press / to select Settings in the AccuWeather.com home screen.
2. Select °F /°C. Press OK.
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Set/Add Favorite City
To add one or more cities so that you can view weather information for more than
one location, do the following:
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2.
3.
4.
Press / to select Settings in the AccuWeather.com home screen.
Select Set Favorite City and press OK.
Select Add Favorite City and press OK.
to type a search using the on-screen
Use the navigation buttons
keyboard. You can also press on the remote control to toggle to the results list
after entering several characters in the search field. Select Submit, then press
OK.
Note: The complete city name needs to be entered for locations outside of the U.S. For example, you
must type "Sydney" to find Sydney, Australia; typing "Sydn" results in Sydney, FL as the location.
5. Your new favorite city appears in the Set Favorite Cities screen. Press / to set
a new favorite city as your default location. To delete a favorite city, select it and
press , then OK.
6. You can also press in the AccuWeather.com home screen to set your favorite
city and to see the current temperature, conditions, and other weather details at
your location in all your favorite cities.
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Deezer
Deezer is a personalized on-demand music service to listen to seven million tracks
anytime, anywhere and one of the most popular Internet and mobile music offerings
in Europe.
To access Deezer:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Deezer
, then press OK. The
Deezer main screen displays.
3. Press / to choose an option, then press OK.
Options include:
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My Music
Radios
Top Charts
Search
Sign in
Exit
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Signing in to Your Deezer Account
Sign in to your Deezer account to access My Music (your playlists and favorites) and
Top Charts.
Note: If you do not have a Deezer account and want to create one, go to http://www.deezer.com.
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2.
3.
4.
Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar.
Press / to select Deezer, then press OK.
In the Deezer main screen, press / to select Sign In, then press OK.
Select Sign in, then press OK.
5. Use the navigation buttons
to type your registered Deezer email address
using the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
6. Use the navigation buttons
to type your Deezer account password in the
on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
7. Press / to select a save option.
Options include:
No – Your account details will not be saved. You need to repeat the initial
sign-in process every time you access this service using the media player.
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Save username only – Your user name is saved, but you will be prompted
to type in your password every time you access this service using the media
player.
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Yes – Both your user name and password are saved. You are automatically
logged in to your account every time you access this service.
8. Press OK to complete the sign-in process. The My Music screen displays.
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Radios
You can choose from a variety of radios by music genre and subgenre.
1. In the Deezer main screen, press
2. Press OK to select a radio.
/
to select Radios, then press OK.
3. Press / to select a radio by music genre, then press OK.
4. Press / to select a radio by music subgenre, then press OK.
5. With a radio you want to listen to selected, press Options to select Become a
Fan. This adds the radio to Favorite Radios for quick access in the future.
6. Press
or OK to begin listening to the radio station.
Deezer Player
The Deezer player is similar to the regular music playback screen. It displays the
playback status bar, album, artist, and the elapsed and total playback times.
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Press PLAY/PAUSE to pause and resume playback.
Press FF/REV to fast forward or rewind in 10 second increments.
Press NEXT/PREV to select the next/previous song in the station or playlist.
My Music
After signing in to Deezer, select My Music, then press OK to display playlists and
favorite radio stations.
Playlists
Adding a playlist to My Music:
1. In the Deezer main screen, press / to select My Music, then press OK.
2. Sign in to your Deezer account if not already logged in.
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3. Select Playlists, then press OK.
4. Press Options, then select Create Your Playlist. Press OK.
5. Type in the name of your playlist using the on-screen keyboard, select Submit,
then press OK.
Favorite Radios
Accessing a favorite radio station in My Music:
1. In the Deezer main screen, press / to select My Music, then press OK.
2. Sign in to your Deezer account if not already logged in.
3. Select Favorite Radios, then press OK.
Note: If you have not added any stations, the screen displays "no favorite available."
4. Press the navigation buttons to select a station from the list, then press
OK to begin listening to the radio station.
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Add to Playlist
You can add songs to a playlist using the Options button on the remote.
1. With a song selected in a Radio or Top Charts screen, press Options to display
Add to Playlist. Press OK.
2. Press / to select a playlist you have created in My Music, then press OK to
add the song the selected playlist.
Delete a Playlist
You can delete a playlist using the Options button on the remote.
1. With a playlist selected in My Music > Playlists screen, press Options.
2. Press / to select Delete, then press OK.
3. Select OK, then press OK.
Delete a Radio Station
You can delete a radio station using the Options button on the remote.
1. With a radio station selected in My Music > Favorite Radios screen, press
Options.
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2. Press / to select Delete from Favorite, then press OK.
3. Select OK, then press OK.
Top Charts
These are songs deemed most popular by Deezer users by country.
1. In the Deezer main screen, press / to select Top Charts, then press OK.
2. With the filter button selected
, press OK.
3. Press / to filter channel results (choose from FR, BE, UK, US), then press
OK twice.
4. Press / to select a song from the display then press
or OK to start
listening to the selected song.
Search
1. In the Deezer main screen, press / to select Search, then press OK.
2. Press / to filter results (All, Title, Artist, or Album), then press OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to type a search using the
on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
Note: You can also press
on the remote control to toggle to the results list after entering several
characters in the search field.
4. Press /
listening.
to select a song from the display, then press
or OK to start
Deleting a Deezer Account
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2.
3.
4.
On the Deezer main screen, press / to select Sign in, then press OK.
Press / to select Delete Account, then press OK.
Press / to select the account you want to delete, then press OK.
Press / to select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
Exit Deezer
To return to the Services home screen, press
screen, then press OK.
/
to select Exit in the Deezer home
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Facebook
Share your status, photos, videos, and your favorite links on Facebook. Find out the
latest news from your social network or the world and so much more. Access it all
on your big screen TV.
You must have have a valid Facebook account to use this service. You can create a
Facebook account at www.facebook.com.
Signing in to Facebook for the First Time
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Facebook
, then press OK.
3. Press OK, then use the navigation buttons
to type in your Facebook
user name using the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
4. Press OK, then use the navigation buttons
to type in your Facebook
password using the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
5. Press , then OK to Remember Me if you want your Facebook account stored
in the media center for quick access.
6. Press / , then OK with the green check mark
selected.
7. Press OK to complete the sign-in process. The Facebook home screen displays.
Notifications
Notifications let you know when people take actions on Facebook related to you, so
you can quickly check out a photo you've been tagged in or read a new posting on
your Wall.
In the Facebook main menu, press
notification then press OK.
to select Notifications. Press
/
to select a
Photos
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You can view the photos or photo albums you and others users have posted to
Facebook either individually or as a slideshow.
1. In the Facebook main menu, select Photos then press OK.
2. Navigate to a photo album, then press OK.
3. Navigate to a photo then press OK, or press
(PAUSE/PLAY) to start a photo
slideshow (see “Slideshow Playback Controls” on page 66).
Photos Options
With an individual photo selected or a slideshow running, press Options.
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Rotate Left & Right - See “Rotate Left & Right” on page 63.
Zoom - To change the display’s viewing scale, press OK repeatedly until the
preferred viewing scale is achieved. Press Options or Back to revert to the
default viewing scale.
Pan - To pan the display, press the navigation buttons
repeatedly until
the preferred panned view displays. Press Options or Back to revert to the
default viewing scale.
Set as Background - see “Set as Background” on page 62.
Download Photo - Select this option then press OK to download the photo to
one of your local drives. Select the location you want to download your photo to
(network share or attached storage) then press OK.
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Newsfeed
The Facebook news feed displays all of your friends’ comments and allows you to
“Like” or comment. The number of people who like or have commented on each
entry displays inside the corresponding icons to the right of the news feed entry.
1. In the Facebook main menu, press / to select Newsfeed, then press OK.
2. Press / to view your friends’ comments and posts.
3. With an entry selected, press once to select “Like,” if you like the entry
,
then press OK. Press twice to comment on a news feed entry
, press OK,
then enter your comment using the on-screen keyboard.
Note: Navigating to What’s on your mind? and pressing OK allows you to add a comment to your
wall in the newsfeed screen.
Friends
You can access your friends’ pages to view their photos, videos, and Wall posts.
1. In the Facebook main menu, press / to select Friends, then press OK.
2. The page of the friend you have selected displays. The photos section of the
page displays by default. You can view photos or navigate to Videos or Wall, then
press OK to view your friend’s videos and wall comments.
Wall
The Facebook Wall displays all of your entries and your friends comments and
allows you to “Like” or comment. The number of people who like or have
commented on each entry displays inside the corresponding icons to the right of the
Wall entry.
1. In the Facebook main menu, press / to select Wall, then press OK.
2. Press / to view your friends’ comments and posts.
3. With an entry selected, press once to select “Like,” if you like the entry
,
then press OK. Press twice to comment on a news feed entry
, press OK,
then enter your comment using the on-screen keyboard.
Note: Navigating to What’s on your mind? and pressing OK allows you to add a comment to your
wall.
Videos
You can view the videos you and others users have posted to Facebook.
1. In the Facebook main menu, select Videos then press OK.
2. Navigate to a video, then press OK.
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Videos Player
With a video playing, press OK to bring up the videos player info panel. You can
choose to Like or Comment on a video in the info panel, then press OK.
Number of “likes”
and comments
Elapsed and total
playback times
Video playback progress bar
Videos Options
With a video playing, press Options.
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Zoom - To change the display’s viewing scale, press OK repeatedly until the
preferred viewing scale is achieved. Press Options or Back to revert to the
default viewing scale.
Pan - To pan the display, press the navigation buttons
repeatedly until
the preferred panned view displays. Press Options or Back to revert to the
default viewing scale.
Browse description - Select this option then press OK to view the description
of the video.
Download video - Select this option then press OK to download the video to
one of your local drives. Select the location you want to download your video to
(network share or attached storage) then press OK.
Event
Event displays all events you’ve been invited to, and allows you to view more
information about or comment on events, and view your friends’ comments and
“Like” or comment on them. The number of people who like or have commented on
each entry displays inside the corresponding icons to the right of the Event entry.
1. In the Facebook main menu, press
/
to select Events, then press OK.
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2. Select an event you’ve been invited to, then press OK.
3. Select Write a Comment... or View More Info to write a comment about or
view more info for the event.
4. Press / to view your friends’ comments and posts.
5. With an entry selected, press once to select “Like,” if you like the entry
,
, press OK, then
then press OK. Press twice to comment on an event entry
enter your comment using the on-screen keyboard.
Sign Out
In the Facebook main menu, select Sign Out then press OK to log out of Facebook
and return to the Services home screen. All previously saved login data for the
Facebook account is erased.
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Flickr
Flickr is an online image and video management and sharing website. Flickr content
is organized based on tags—a keyword or category label that describes content.
Tags help users to search for contents that have something in common. Each
content file can have as many as 75 tags associated with it.
To learn more about Flickr services, and the options and limitations related to them,
go to http://www.flickr.com/tour/.
To access Flickr:
1. Navigate to the Home | Search menu bar and and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Flickr
, then press OK. The Flickr
home screen displays.
Options include:
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Interesting (last seven days)
Recent Upload
Search
My Contacts
Hot Tags
My Tags
Exit
Exploring Contents
You can explore photostreams (Flickr’s term for content selection) available in Flickr’s
public domain.
To explore for random “interesting” media content from the past seven days:
Press
/
to select Interesting in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
A photostream showing random contents rated as interesting in the past seven days
by Flickr users displays. Go to page 114 for instructions on how to navigate a
photostream.
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To explore based on the upload date:
Press
/
to select Recent Upload in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
A photostream showing the most recently uploaded content displays. Go to “Flickr
Photostream” on page 114 for instructions on how to navigate a photostream.
To explore based on popular tags:
1. Press
/
to select Hot tags in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
2. Press the navigation buttons to select a tag from the list, then press OK.
A photostream showing contents associated with the selected tag is displayed.
Go to “Flickr Photostream” on page 114 for instructions on how to navigate a
photostream.
Searching for Contents
To search for content based on a specific keyword:
Keywords are words or phrases associated with the type of content you’re looking
for. Keyword searches are based on information indicated on a member’s profile
page.
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1. Press
/
to select Search in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
2. Press
/
to select Keywords, then press OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to type a search word using the on-screen
keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
A photostream showing contents associated with the specified keyword
displays. Go to page 114 for instructions on how to navigate a photostream.
To search for content based on tags:
Perform this type of search to find content based on information indicated in a
member’s tags list.
1. Press / to select Search in the Flickr dashboard, then press OK.
2. Press / to select Tags, then press OK.
to type a search word using the on-screen
3. Use the navigation buttons
keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
A photostream showing contents associated with the specified word is
displayed. Go to “Flickr Photostream” on page 114 for instructions on how to
navigate a photostream.
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Searching for a Flickr Member
To search for a Flickr member:
1. Press
2. Press
/
/
to select Search in the Explore screen, then press OK.
to select Flickr member, then press OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to type a member’s user name, email
address, or interest using the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press
OK.
A browser screen listing Flickr member links matching your search criteria
displays.
4. Press / to select a link, then press OK to view that member’s profile page.
If the selected member has public photostreams, you can explore them. Use the
navigation buttons
to select a content selection, then press OK to
explore it. Go to the next section for instructions on how to navigate a
photostream.
My Contacts
My Contacts shows a list of Flickr members you have searched for.
To view My Contents:
1. Press
/
to select My Contents in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
2. Press / to select a Flickr member you’ve searched for previously, then press
OK to view their photos.
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3. To remove a contact from the list, select the contact name and press Options.
Select Delete or Delete All Items, then press OK.
My Tags
My Tags shows a list of Flickr tags you have searched for.
To view My Tags:
1. Press
/
to select My Tags in the Flickr home screen, then press OK.
2. Press / to select a tag you’ve searched for previously, then press OK to view
the photos associated with the tag.
3. To remove a tag from the list, select the tag and press Options. Select Delete or
Delete All Items, then press OK.
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Flickr Photostream
The Flickr photostream layout is the same as that of a Photos directory in thumbnail
mode.
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You can use the navigation buttons
to select content.
To view content in fullscreen mode, select the file and press OK.
To view a slideshow using all the current photostream’s content, press
or
OK. Contents display in the Flickr Player screen. Go to next section for
information.
To return to the photostream from fullscreen mode, press Back.
To return to the photostream from Player mode, press .
To view all photos in full screen, go to Photo Settings and select Fit to screen (see
“Photo Scaling” on page 186).
While in the photostream layout, press Options to jump back to the Flickr home
page or choose any of the Flickr home page menu options.
Flickr Player
The Flickr Player layout is the same as that of a photo slideshow.
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Press
to view the next image in the photostream.
Press
to view the previous image in the photostream.
To return to the photostream, press .
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Player Options
As with a regular photo slideshow, you can customize the way content is displayed
in the Flickr Player. To do this, press Options.
Note: To view photos enlarged in fit to screen or full screen mode, access the Setup menu and follow
the instructions under “Photo Scaling” on page 186.
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To rotate the image display, press / and select Rotate left or Rotate right,
then press OK repeatedly until the preferred display angle is achieved.
The display is rotated clockwise or counter-clockwise in 90° increments. Press
Options or Back to revert to the default display angle.
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To change the display’s viewing scale, press / and select Zoom & Pan, then
press OK. Press OK repeatedly until the preferred viewing scale is achieved.
Press Options or Back to revert to the default viewing scale.
To pan the display, press / and select Zoom & Pan, then press OK. Press
the navigation buttons
repeatedly until the preferred panned view
displays. Press Options or Back to revert to the default viewing scale.
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Exit Flickr
To return to the Services home screen, press
dashboard, then press OK.
/
to select Exit in the Flickr
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Flixster
Watch the latest theatrical movie trailers and get critic reviews from Rotten
Tomatoes. Preview movies that are opening this week and see what’s hot at the box
office. See what’s new on DVD and Blu-ray and the top rentals. Search a catalog of
over 40,000 films. Watch high quality trailers for over 10,000 blockbusters and indie
flicks.
To access Flixster:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Flixster
, then press OK. The
Flixster main screen displays.
3. Press / to choose an option, then press OK.
Options include:
Box Office (stay up to date with trailers and reviews for movies this week and
last week’s top box office)
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DVD (browse trailers and reviews for recently released DVDs)
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Upcoming (view trailers and reviews for upcoming movies)
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Search (search for trailers and reviews using the on-screen keyboard)
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Exit
4. Use the navigation buttons
to select a movie or DVD, then press OK.
5. Press / to select Watch Trailer, Cast, Critic Reviews, Share to
Facebook, or Details, then press OK.
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6. While watching trailers, press OK to see the video progress/playback bar. Press
Option to select Zoom & Pan (see “Selecting Video Zoom and Pan Options” on
page 45).
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Live365
Use Live365 to create your own online radio station or listen to other Live365
broadcasters’ online stations. Music selections are compiled based on user ratings.
Some small AM and FM stations also utilize Live365 to stream audio over the
Internet.
To access Live365:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Live365
Options include:
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, then press OK.
Stations
Last Played
My Presets
About
Exit
Signing in to Live365 (Optional)
You can start listening to free Live365 stations as an unregistered user, but to enjoy
more features like access to recommended stations, saving stations to favorites,
securing track information, setting station preferences, and many others, you need
to sign up for a Live365 account.
To sign in to Live365:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Live365, then press OK.
1. On the Live365 main screen, press / to select My Presets, then press OK.
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2. Press / to select Sign In or Don’t have an account?, then press OK. If you
don’t have an account, follow the on-screen instructions to create your Live365
account online.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to key in your Live365 user name on the onscreen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
4. Use the navigation buttons
to key in your Live365 account password on
the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
5. Press / to select a save option.
Options include:
No – Your account details are not saved. You need to repeat the initial sign-in
process every time you use the media player to access the Live365 service.
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Save username only – Your user name is saved, but you will be prompted to
type in your password every time you use the media player to access the
Live365 service.
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Yes – Both your user name and password are saved. You are automatically
logged in to your account every time you select Live365 from the Services menu
bar.
6. Press OK to complete the sign-in process. Once you have successfully signed
in, the Live365 Home screen appears.
From this screen you can browse for new stations, access previous stations
you’ve listened to, and define profile preferences for your Live365 account.
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To sign up for a Live365 account, go to http://www.live365.com/wdtv.
For more information on the features, options, and limitations of using Live365, go to
http://www.live365.com/index.live.
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Listening to a Live365 Station
New Live365 users can browse for a radio station.
You can access the last station you’ve listened to if you’ve already accessed
Live365 from the media player.
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Registered Live365 users can access My Preset List and listen to favorite
stations.
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Live365 VIP members can listen to premium radio stations.
To browse for a radio station:
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1. On the Live365 main screen, press
2. Press
/
/
to select Stations, then press OK.
to select a station category, then press OK.
Selections include:
Free Stations – Free Internet radio.
VIP Stations – Premium, uninterrupted Internet radio for registered and
paying Live365 users. You must sign in to your Live365 account and be a
valid VIP member before you can access this category. Go to page 121 for
more information.
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Recommendations - Free Internet radio recommended by your other
Live365 users. You must be signed in to access these stations.
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Search – Search for a Live365 station. Go to page 121 for more information.
3. Press the navigation buttons to select the station you want to listen to. Press OK.
4. Press if you want to add the station to My Presets if you have a Live365
account. Press OK.
5. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
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The Live365 Station screen:
The Live365 station screen provides view and sorting and audio quality filtering
options.
1. Press , select the view icon
, and press OK to switch between Grid and List
views.
, and press OK.
2. Press / to select the sorting and filter icon
3. Press , then / to select Filter by audio quality. Options include All Stations,
Only high (audio quality), Medium to high (audio quality), Low to medium (audio
quality), and Only low (audio quality). Press OK.
4. Press , then OK to select the green check mark
, then press OK again.
5. Select Sorting and repeat the steps above to sort stations either Alphabetically or
By Popularity.
To access the last station listened to:
1. On the Live365 main screen, press
2. Press
/
to select Last played.
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
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To listen to a favorite station:
1. On the Live365 main screen, press / to select My Presets, then press OK.
Press / to select a station from your preset list.
2. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
To listen to a VIP station:
1. On the Live365 main screen, press / to select Stations, then press OK.
2. Press / to select VIP Stations, then press OK.
3. Press / to select a music genre, then press OK.
4. Press
5. Press
6. Press
/
/
to select a music sub-genre, then press OK.
to select the station you want to listen to.
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Searching for a Live365 station
Perform a station search based on the following criteria:
Artist name
Track or CD title
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Station information
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Music genre
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Station location
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Audio quality.
You can limit your search based on whether a station has been rated by Live365
editors or if it is a professional, independent, or official station.
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To search for a Live 365 station:
1. On the Live365 home screen, select My Presets, Stations, or Last Played,
then press Options.
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2. Press
/
to select Search, then press OK.
3. On the on-screen keyboard, use the navigation buttons
to key in a
search keyword, then press OK.
4. Press / to select a station from the search result.
5. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Displaying the Currently Playing Station
1. On the Live365 home screen, select My Presets, Stations, or Last Played,
then press Options.
2. Press / to select Now Playing, then press OK. The station currently playing
displays.
Adding a Station to Your Preset List
If you like a particular station, you can add it to your preset list for easier access in
the future.
To add a station to your preset list from the Now Playing screen list:
1. Go to the station list showing the station you want to add.
2. Press / to select the station you want to add.
3. Press several times to enable the Add to My Preset function, then press
OK.
4. A confirmation screen appears. Press OK to confirm the new preset station and
return to the Now Playing screen.
Removing a Station from Your Preset List
You can remove stations you no longer want from your preset list.
To remove a station from your preset list:
1. Sign in to your Live365 account. Go to “To sign in to Live365:” on page 117 for
instructions.
2. From the Live365 home screen, press / to select My Presets, then press
OK.
3. Press / to select the station you want to remove.
4. Press to enable the Remove Station function, then press OK.
5. A confirmation prompt appears. Press OK to go back the Now Playing screen.
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Providing Song Feedback
Music selections in Live365 are compiled based on their user ratings. You can
participate in the selection process by giving a song the “thumbs up” or “thumbs
down” vote.
To provide song feedback:
1. While the song is playing, press / to select a feedback icon: for positive
feedback, for negative feedback. Press OK.
2. A feedback confirmation screen appears. Press OK to go back the the Now
Playing screen.
Getting Track Information
You can send the track information of the currently playing song to your email
account for later reference.
To secure track information:
1. While the song is playing, press / to select , then press OK.
2. A confirmation screen appears. Press OK to return to the Now Playing screen.
The track information will be sent to the email address you used to sign up for
your Live365 account.
Signing out from Live365
Sign out of Live365 after a listening session to ensure that nobody can make
changes to your Live365 settings and stations without your permission.
To sign out from Live365:
1. In a Stations or the Now Playing screen, press Options, then / to select
Sign In/Sign Out, then press OK.
2. Press / to select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
Exit Live365
To return to the Services home screen, press
home screen, then press OK.
/
to select Exit in the Live365
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MLB.TV
Watch every out-of-market game LIVE or on demand in HD quality. Almost 100
games are streamed LIVE each week. Choose home or away feeds, and use quick
navigation to run scoring plays or at bats. PLUS, watch over 150 Spring Training
Games with no blackout restrictions.
Note: MLB.TV Premium subscription required. See MLBTV.COM for details.
See http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/help/faq_subscriptions.jsp for further details and
subscription access FAQs.
To access MLB.TV:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
The list of Internet services display. Select MLB.TV
, then press OK.
Select Link Now, then press OK.
Go to www.mlb.tv/wdtv and enter the code shown on-screen.
5. Press OK on the remote. The MLB.TV main screen displays.
Today’s Games
To view Today’s Games:
1. Press / to select a game from the list in the main screen, then press OK.
2. Select a video feed (HOME or AWAY broadcast), then press OK.
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3. Select a playback option (Watch From Beginning, Resume Watching, Watch
Live), then press OK.
Game Playback
Press OK while watching a game to bring up the MLB.TV playback screen. Use the
navigation buttons to Jump to Inning, Jump 10 Secs, play Slow, Jump to Live,
or Select Feed. Select Close then press OK to close the playback screen.
Playback Options
Press Options during game playback to bring up the playback options screen.
Besides the same options available in the playback screen, the options screen also
includes Zoom & Pan (see “Selecting Video Zoom and Pan Options” on page 45)
and Sound Effect (TV Channel, Radio Station, or Audience Background Noise),
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Calendar
In the MLB.TV main screen, navigate to Calendar then press OK. Your team’s
calendar displays. Select the current date or navigate to an earlier date and press
OK to view current or archived games.
Standings
In the MLB.TV main screen, navigate to Standings then press OK to view AL and
NL standings.
Game Recaps
In the MLB.TV main screen, navigate to Game Recaps then press OK. Use the
navigation buttons to view recaps of recent games.
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Settings
In the MLB.TV main screen, navigate to Standings then press OK. In this screen,
you can perform such functions as setting your favorite team or teams, setting the
default team for the calendar, unlink your account, or hide or reveal scores in the
main screen.
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Netflix
Enjoy new releases, classics, and TV episodes instantly on your WD TV Live Hub
media center. Don’t wait for the mailman to deliver your movies and don’t settle for
streaming to your small computer screen. Access your Netflix unlimited membership
and instantly watch TV episodes and movies on your big screen.*
*Netflix is available in certain countries. Unlimited membership required. More information at
www.netflix.com.
To access Netflix:
Important: Be sure to update your firmware to the latest version before
following the instructions below. See “System Firmware Upgrade” on
page 208 for further details.
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select Netflix
, then press OK.
Existing Netflix Members
Follow the on-screen instructions to enter your user name (in most cases, your
registered email address) and password to log in to your account using the remote
control. Go to www.netflix.com/signinhelp if you encounter any problems.
New to Netflix
Go to www.netflix.com/wdtv to sign up and start a one month free trial.
Netflix Navigation
Once you have accessed your Netflix account, navigate using the remote control to
choose from a variety of categories of movies and TV shows.
Note: To deactivate Netflix on the media player, reset the device to factory defaults. See “Device
Reset” on page 200. To deactivate the media player from your Netflix account, log in to your Netflix
account. Navigate to “Your Account & Help.” Under “Manage Netflix ready devices and computers”
locate the WD TV device and select “Deactivate.”
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Pandora (US only)
Pandora is an automated music recommendation and Internet radio service. With
Pandora, you can input a song title or artist name and the service responds by
playing selections that are musically similar. You can provide feedback (approved/not
approved) on individual songs, which Pandora takes into account for future
selections.
Conditions for Using Pandora
The following conditions must be satisfied before you can use the Pandora service.
You must have a Pandora account. Go to www.pandora.com/wd to create your
account. Once you have registered, note your activation code. You will need this
code to sign in to Pandora from your media player.
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At present, Pandora is only available for users located in the United States. You
must have a US-based network connection.
To set the system language to English:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Navigate to Home | Setup menu bar.
Press / to select Appearance, then press OK.
Press / to select Language, then press OK.
Press / to select English, then press OK.
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Signing in to Pandora for the First Time
1.
2.
3.
4.
Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and press OK.
The list of Internet services display. Select Pandora
, then press OK.
Press OK to bring up the Add Account screen.
If you already have a Pandora account, choose I have a Pandora account,
then press OK to create your new Pandora account. Proceed to step 6.
5. If you do not have a Pandora account, select I am new to Pandora, then press
OK.
6. Write down the activation code and follow the onscreen instructions (go to
www.pandora.com/wd to create your new account). When finished, choose
Continue, then press OK.
7. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your Pandora user name using the
on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
8. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your Pandora account password
using the on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
9. Press / to select a save option.
Options include:
No – Your account details will not be saved. You need to repeat the initial
sign-in process every time you access the Pandora service using the media
player.
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Save username only – Your user name is saved, but you will be prompted
to type in your password every time you access the Pandora service using
the media player.
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Yes – Both your user name and password are saved. You are automatically
logged in to your account every time you access the Pandora service using
the media player.
10. Press OK to complete the sign-in process.
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Once you have successfully signed in to Pandora, the Stations screen appears.
From this screen you can create new stations, start listening to previously
created stations and Quickmix playlist, and define profile preferences for your
account.
For more information on the features, options, and limitations of using Pandora,
go to http://www.pandora.com.
Pandora Stations
A Pandora station is a personalized stream of music, based on one or more artist
names or song titles of your choice. Once you’ve signed in to Pandora from your
media player, you can easily access your stations from the Music menu bar.
Pandora stations reminders
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You can have up to 100 stations at any one time, plus one QuickMix. Once you
reach this maximum number of stations you have to delete a station before you
can add another one.
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Pandora does not allow immediate or "on demand" playback of a specific song.
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A Pandora station cannot play more than four songs by an artist in a three-hour
period.
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After eight hours of play, Pandora prompts you to see if you’re still listening.
Streaming stops until you respond.
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The music selection streamed into your Pandora station contains a mix of songs
or artists that were compiled based on:
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the initial station “seed’ used in creating that station. Go to the next section
for instructions on how to create a new Pandora station.
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the track feedback (thumbs up / thumbs down) you provide. Go to page 133
for more information.
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the number of skips assigned to a track. Go to page 133 for more
information.
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You cannot reverse or immediately replay the songs played on your Pandora
station.
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To create a Pandora station:
1. Navigate to Create Station or press Options to select Create station. Press
OK.
2. Use the navigation buttons
to type the name of an artist or song title
using the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
3. Press / to select a listing from the search results, then press OK.
The listing you selected will serve as the station ‘seed’ for Pandora to compile
and stream music similar to your station.
To listen to a Pandora station:
1. On the Stations screen, use the navigation buttons to select the name of the
station you want to listen to.
2. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected Pandora station. Press NEXT
to go to the next song.
To tune in to another station:
1. While listening to a station, press STOP . You are returned to the Stations
screen.
2. Use the navigation buttons to select the name of the station you want to switch
to.
3. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected station.
To rename a Pandora station:
1. Tune in to the station you want to rename.
2. Navigate to Rename Station or press Options then
this station. Press OK.
/
to select Rename
3. Use the navigation buttons
to key in a new station name using the onscreen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
To delete a Pandora station:
1. Tune in to the station you want to delete.
2. Navigate to Delete Station or press Options then / to select Remove this
station. Press OK.
3. Press / to select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
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QuickMix
QuickMix is a feature that allows you to listen to more than one of your stations at
once. QuickMix will play only one song based on particular musical characteristics at
a time (unlike regular Pandora stations, which play four related songs in a row), so
the mood changes more often.
Providing Song Feedback
You can influence the music selection that is streamed into your Pandora station by
providing track feedback for the song currently playing. You can give a song a
“thumbs up” or a “thumbs down” vote.
Thumbs up
If you like the currently playing song, give it a thumbs up vote. This positive feedback
means:
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The very next set of songs for this station will be generated using the song you’ve
given a “thumbs up” vote to as a musical starting point.
Future sets of songs are likely to have similar musical traits. Multiple “thumbs up"
votes on this station for other similar songs will have a cumulative effect.
This song will play somewhat more often than other songs on this station's
potential playlist, and will play about as often as other songs that have received a
"thumbs up" on this station.
Thumbs down
If you don't want to hear a song on a particular station, give it a thumbs down vote.
This negative feedback means:
The song will stop playing, if there are any of the remaining "six skips per hour"
available on that particular station (this limit is per station, on a rolling per-hour
basis).
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The song will be permanently removed from that particular station's playlist.
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A new set of songs with a different musical emphasis will begin to play.
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If you’ve given at least two “thumbs down” vote to a specific artist on that
particular station, songs from that artist will no longer be included in that station’s
playlist.
To provide song feedback:
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While a song is playing, press / to select
A prompt to confirm your vote appears.
or
, then press OK.
Putting a Song to Sleep
When you want to stop listening to song, but not permanently remove it from a
station’s playlist, you put it to “sleep.” This prevents the song from playing on any of
your stations for 30 days.
To put a song to sleep:
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While a song is playing, press / to select
, then press OK.
A prompt to confirm the “sleep” action appears.
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Bookmarking a Song or Artist
You have the option to bookmark a song or an artist for later reference. You can later
refer to this bookmark if you want buy the track when you’ve sign in to Pandora from
your computer or mobile computing device, or if you want to share your musical
preferences with other Pandora users.
To bookmark a song or artist:
1. While a song is playing, press / to select , then press OK.
2. Press / to select whether to bookmark the song title or the song artist, then
press OK.
The new bookmark is added to your listener profile page. Sign in to Pandora
from your computer or mobile computing device to view this profile page.
Why a Song is in my Station’s Playlist
You can see why Pandora included a particular song in your station’s playlist. While a
song is playing, select Why this song?, then press OK. The song analysis displays.
Deleting a Pandora Account
1. Select Pandora from the Services menu then press OK.
2. Press / to select the Pandora account you want to delete, then press
select the
and press OK.
to
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Picasa
View, share and enjoy your photographs right from your television.
To learn more about Picasa services, and the options and limitations related to them,
go to http://www.picasa.google.com.
To access Picasa:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select
, then press OK to display
the Picasa home screen.
Options include:
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Account
Search
My Photos
People I’m Following
Featured
Recent
Signing In To Your Picasa Account
Note: If you do not have a Picasa account and want to create one, go to
http://www.picasa.google.com.
1. Press
/
to select Account in the Picasa home screen, then press OK.
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2. Select Add Account, then press OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to type your Picasa user name in the
on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
4. Use the navigation buttons
to type your Picasa account password in the
on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
5. Press / to select a save option. Press OK when finished.
Options include:
No – Your account details are not saved. You need to repeat the initial sign-in
process every time you access Picasa using the media player.
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Save username only – Your username is saved, but you will be prompted to
input your password every time you access Picasa using the media player.
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Yes – Both your user name and password are saved. You can later sign in to
your account from the Picasa Account screen.
6. The My Photos page appears. Go to the next section for more information on
this page.
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Account
By default, the My Photos page displays first when you sign in to your account. This
page contains the photos and videos you have uploaded to Picasa.
Note: If you have not uploaded any photos or videos, the screen displays "there is no media in the
current folder."
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You can sort and filter content on this page by showing all content (All) or your
Unlisted Gallery or Public Gallery. Press
or navigate to
, and press OK,
then press / and OK twice to switch that selection.
Searching for Content
You can search Picasa for photos and videos of particular interest to you. The
search results are based on the following:
Filenames
Captions
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Tags
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Folder or album names
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Camera maker
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Date (i.e., 'November' or '2011')
The media player saves your searches so you can quickly recall them.
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Note: Content with visibility set to “private” by users do not appear in search results.
To search for content:
1. Press
/
to select Search in the Picasa home screen, then press OK.
to type a keyword related to the subject
2. Use the navigation buttons
matter of the content you’re looking for using the on-screen keyboard. Select
Submit, then press OK.
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The content search begins (this may take a few seconds). Content matching your
search word appears in a Search result screen.
3. Use the navigation buttons to select a photo or video from the display.
4. Press
or OK to view the selected photo or start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
To use search history:
1. Press the SEARCH
Search History list.
button on the remote control. This toggles you to the
2. Press / to select a search from the display.
3. Press OK to perform the saved search.
My Photos
My Photos contains all images and videos in your Picasa Web Albums. To view
images or videos, use the navigation buttons to select a web album, then press OK.
Select an individual file and press OK to view, or press
to view a slideshow of all
the photos in an album.
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Photo Menu Options
With a photo thumbnail in a web album selected, press Options. The My Photos
menu options display. Press Back when complete to return to the web album menu.
Information
Use this option to display the following information about the current picture:
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Date
Camera make and model
ISO, exposure, and aperature settings
Focal length
Flash info
Upload to Facebook
The Picasa upload to Facebook function is the same as the Videos upload to
Facebook function. See “Upload to Facebook” on page 40.
Comments
Use this option to make or view comments on the selected photo. Use the
navigation buttons to select Hide Comments or Write a Comment... using the
onscreen keyboard, then press OK.
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Photo Display Options
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„
To display the photo options while viewing a photo, press Options.
To return to the photo you were viewing, press Back or Options again.
Information
See “Information” on page 139.
Play Mode
See “Play Mode” on page 63.
Rotate Left & Right
See “Rotate Left & Right” on page 63.
Selecting Photo Zoom and Pan Options
See “Selecting Video Zoom and Pan Options” on page 45.
Upload to Facebook
See “Upload to Facebook” on page 40.
Set As Background
See “Set as Background” on page 62.
Comments
See “Comments” on page 139.
Download Photo
Use this menu to download a photo to the media center’s internal drive or to another
network attached device.
Displaying Photo Thumbnails
See “Displaying Photo Thumbnails” on page 64.
Photo Slideshow
See “Photo Slideshow” on page 65.
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Video Player
The Picasa video layer layout is similar to the regular video playback screen. It
displays the playback status bar and the elapsed and total playback times. Press
to pause and resume playback.
People I’m Following
People I’m Following contains thumbnails showing icons for the people you are
following on Picasa. Select an icon to view each person’s Public Gallery Albums. Use
the navigation buttons to select individual photos or press
inside an album to
begin a photo slideshow.
Featured
This screen contains select Picasa user photos. Use the navigation buttons to select
individual photos or press
to begin a photo slideshow. When viewing a photo,
press Options then select More Photos From This Owner to view all of the
owner’s Public Gallery Albums.
Recent
This screen contains recent Picasa user photos, and works the same as way as
Featured above.
Deleting a Picasa Account
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Picasa main screen, press / to select Account, then press OK.
Press / to select Delete Account, then press OK.
Press / to select the account you want to delete, then press OK.
Press / to select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
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SHOUTcast Radio
SHOUTcast Radio is the ultimate directory of online radio stations featuring over
45,000 music, talk, sports, and community radio stations from around the world.
To access SHOUTcast:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select SHOUTcast Radio
press OK.
Options include:
„
„
„
„
„
„
, then
Search
Radio Genres
Favorites
Top Radios
About
Exit
Listening to a SHOUTcast Radio Station
To browse for a radio station:
1. On the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, press
then press OK.
/
to select Radio Genres,
2. Press
/
to select from a variety of genres, then press OK. .
3. Press
/
to select from a variety of subgenres (if necessary), then press OK.
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4. Press
/
to select a radio station.
5. Press Options, then press / to select Add to Favorite if you want to add
the station to Favorites. Press OK.
6. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station. You can view
information about the currently playing station and song such as title, artist,
genre, number of listeners, etc. at the top of the screen.
Searching for a SHOUTcast Radio Station
To search for a SHOUTcast Radio station:
1. On the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, press / to select Search, then press
OK.
2. Filter your results by selecting All, Artist, or Genre, then press OK.
to key in a
3. On the on-screen keyboard, use the navigation buttons
search keyword, then press OK.
Note: You can also press
on the remote control to toggle to the results list after entering several
characters in the search field.
4. Press
5. Press
/
to select a station from the search result.
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Adding a Station to Your Favorites List
If you like a particular station, you can add it to Favorites for easier access in the
future.
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To add to a station, program, or podcast to your favorites:
1. Go to the station list showing the station you want to add.
2. Press / to select the station you want to add or begin playing a station.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Add to Favorites if you want to add
the station to Favorites, then press OK.
4. Press OK again to confirm.
Listening to a Station in Your Favorites List
To listen to a favorite station:
1. On the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, press / to select Favorites, then
press OK.
2. Press / to select a station from the list.
3. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Assigning a Preset Button to a Station
You can assign a numbered button on the remote control to a SHOUTcast Radio
station for quick access.
To assign a preset button to a station:
1. Go to the station list showing the station you want to add.
2. Press / to select the station you want to add or begin playing a station.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Preset Music. Press .
4. Press
/
to select a numbered remote button, then press OK.
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Removing a Station from Your Preset List
You can remove stations you no longer want from your preset list.
To remove a station from your preset list:
1. On the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, press / to select Favorites, then
press OK.
2. Press / to select the station you want to remove.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Remove from Favorites, then press
OK.
4. A confirmation prompt appears. Select OK, then press OK.
Top Radios
To choose from among the most popular SHOUTcast Radio stations, press
select Top Radios in the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, then press OK.
/
to
About
For more information about the SHOUTcast Radio service such as terms of service,
press / to select About in the SHOUTcast Radio main screen, then press OK.
Exit
To simply exit out of SHOUTcast Radio, press
Radio main screen, then press OK.
/
to select Exit in the SHOUTcast
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Spotify
Enjoy on-demand access to over 15 million tracks and albums. Any artist, any
album, any genre - available instantly on your media player.* Spotify is available in:
USA, UK, Sweden, Finland, Norway, France, The Netherlands, Spain, Austria,
Belgium, Switzerland and Denmark. To use the service, create a Spotify account at
www.spotify.com.
*Spotify Premium account required.
To access Spotify:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Press / to select Spotify
press OK.
3. Press OK to sign in to Spotify
, then
4. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your Spotify user name using the
on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
5. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your Spotify account password
using the on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
6. Press OK to complete the sign-in process.
7. The terms and conditions disclaimer displays. Select Accept then press OK.
8. The Spotify main screen displays. Options include:
„
What's New
„
Top Lists
„
Radios
„
Playlists
„
Starred
„
Inbox
„
Play Queue
„
People
„
Search
„
Account
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Searching for a Spotify Artist, Album, or Track
To search for a Spotify artist, album, or track:
1. On the Spotify main screen, press / to select Search, then press OK.
2. Press / to select Tracks, Albums, or Artists. Press OK to make your
selection.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press OK again.
Use the on-screen keyboard to key in and submit search keywords.
Press / to select an album or track from the search result.
If necessary, use the navigation buttons then press
or OK to start listening to
the selected album or track.
Star
You can “star” a track for quick access in the future via the Starred menu on the
Spotify home screen.
1. With the track you want to star selected, press Options, select Star, then press
OK.
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2. In the Spotify home screen, press
starred tracks display.
/
to select Starred, then press OK. Your
Adding a Track to a Playlist
If you like a particular track, you can add it to a playlist for easier access in the future.
To add a track to a playlist:
1. Go to the track list showing the track you want to add.
2. Press / to select the track you want to add or begin playing a track.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Add to Track to Playlist, then press
OK.
4. If you want to create a new playlist for the track, select Create New Playlist,
then press OK.
5. Using the on-screen keyboard, key in a new playlist name, then press OK.
6. Press / to select a playlist name from the list.
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7. Press OK. You can delete the playlist by pressing Options with the playlist
selected, then select Delete.
Collaborate on a Playlist
You can set a playlist you’ve created to Collaborate so that your friends can add
tracks to it.
To set a playlist to Collaborate:
1. In the Spotify main screen, press / to select Playlists, then press OK.
2. With a playlist selected, press Options.
3. Select Collaborate, then press OK.
4. The playlist is now set to Collaborate, and the playlist appears with a dot next to
it. You can reverse this setting by pressing Options with the playlist selected,
then select Uncollaborate.
Play Mode
1. With the track you want to play selected, press Options.
2. Select Play Mode, then press OK repeatedly until the repeat icon you want is
displayed. Options include:
„
Repeat All
– All the audio files in the album or playlist are played in
sequence and repeatedly until you press STOP or Back.
„
Repeat One
– The current audio track is played repeatedly until you press
STOP or Back.
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Repeat All and Shuffle
– All the audio files in the album or playlist are
played repeatedly in sequence and shuffled until you press STOP or Back.
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Shuffle
– All the audio files in the album or playlist are shuffled repeatedly
until you press STOP or Back.
Browse Album or Artist
You can view available albums from an artist whose track you’ve selected.
To browse an artist’s albums:
1. With an artist’s track selected, press Options.
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2. Press / to select Browse Artist Album , then press OK to view/play
track from the album. Press / to select Browse Artist , then press OK to
view/play albums from the artist.
3. A list of the artist’s albums or the album tracks available on Spotify display.
Share
You can share a track or playlist with the friends you have added to your Spotify
account, or to Facebook.
1. With the track or playlist you want to share selected, press Options, then press
/ to select Share, then press OK.
2. Press / to select Share to Friend or Share to Facebook, then press OK.
3. Select a friend from your list then press OK, or log in to Facebook (if necessary).
View Biography
Select View Biography to read the artist biography from AllMusic.
Note: View Biography only appears if the artist has a biography in AllMusic.
1. With an artist’s track selected, press Options.
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2. Press
/
to select View Biography, then press OK.
3. If necessary, press Next Page to read the entire biography.
People
On the Spotify main screen, press / to select People, then press OK to see a
list of the friends you’ve added to your Spotify account. Select a friend then press
OK to view and play their published playlists.
Inbox
On the Spotify main screen, press / to select Inbox, then press OK to see a list
of songs your friends have sent to your Spotify account. Each friend’s name appears
next to the song. If a message icon appears next to a friend’s name, select the song
and press Options. Press / to select View Message From Your Friend, then
press OK.
What’s New, Top Lists, and Radios
To listen to artist albums and radio stations:
1. On the Spotify main screen, press / to select What’s New, Top Lists, or
Radios, then press OK.
2. Press / to select a new or most listened to artist album, or artist radio
station.
3. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected album or radio station. In the
Radios screen, you can select Create New Station to add an artist radio station
using the on-screen keyboard.
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Delete Spotify Account
To delete a Spotify account:
1. On the Spotify main screen, press / to select Account, and press OK.
2. Select the Spotify account you wish to delete, then press to select the x and
press OK.
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TuneIn
The world’s largest Internet radio guide with access to over 30,000 free radio
stations searchable by location, genre, or format.
To access TuneIn:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select TuneIn
, then press OK.
Options include:
„
Station
„
Search
„
Preset
„
Sign in
„
Exit
Signing in to TuneIn (Optional)
You can start listening to TuneIn stations as an unregistered user, but you need to
sign up for a TuneIn account at http://radiotime.com to customize your radio
experience by adding stations to your presets for faster access.
To sign in to TuneIn:
1. Press
/
to select Sign in, then press OK.
2. Select Activate Device, then press OK.
3. Write down the activation code and follow the onscreen instructions (go to
http://radiotime.com/mydevice to associate the media player with your account).
When finished, choose Continue, then press OK.
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4. Select Enter RadioTime.com account, then press OK.
5. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your TuneIn user name using the
on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
6. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your TuneIn account password
using the on-screen keyboard, then press OK.
7. Press OK to complete the sign-in process.
Listening to a TuneIn Station, Program, or Podcast
New TuneIn users can browse for a radio station, program, or podcast.
Registered TuneIn users can access presets and listen to favorite stations.
To browse for a radio station, program, or podcast:
„
„
1. On the TuneIn main screen, press
/
to select Station, then press OK.
Options include:
Local Radio – Listen to your local stations which display in numerical order.
Music – Categorizes your local music radio stations by genre.
„
Talk – Categorizes your local talk radio stations by type.
„
Sports – Categorizes local and national sports broadcasts and programs by
type.
„
By Location – Find radio stations throughout the world from the lists of
regions and countries.
„
By Language – Find radio stations throughout the world from the list of
languages.
„
Podcasts – Find radio program podcasts categorized by music genre and
type.
2. Press / to select the station, program, or podcast you want to listen to.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Add to Preset if you want to add the
station to Presets (TuneIn account required). Press OK.
4. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
„
„
Searching for a TuneIn Station
To search for a TuneIn station, program, or podcast:
1. On the TuneIn main screen, press / to select Search, then press OK.
2. On the on-screen keyboard, use the navigation buttons
to key in a
search keyword, then press OK.
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Note: You can also press
on the remote control to toggle to the results list after entering several
characters in the search field.
3. Press
4. Press
/
to select a station from the search result.
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Adding a Station to Your Preset List
If you like a particular station, you can add it to your preset list for easier access in
the future.
To add to a station, program, or podcast to your presets:
1. Go to the station list showing the station you want to add.
2. Press / to select the station you want to add or begin playing a station.
3. Press Options, then press / to select Add to Preset if you want to add the
station to Preset (TuneIn account required), then press OK.
4. Press OK again to confirm.
Listening to a Station in Your Preset List
To listen to a preset station, program, or podcast:
1. On the TuneIn main screen, press / to select Preset, then press OK.
2. Press / to select a station from your preset list.
3. Press
or OK to start listening to the selected radio station.
Removing a Station from Your Preset List
You can remove stations you no longer want from your preset list.
To remove a station from your preset list:
1. On the TuneIn main screen, press / to select Preset, then press OK.
2. Press / to select the station you want to remove.
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3. Press Options, then press
/
to select Remove Preset, then press OK.
4. A confirmation prompt appears. Select OK, then press OK.
Getting Station Information
You can view information about the currently playing station and song.
1. While the station is playing or selected, press Options, then / to select View
info. Press OK.
2. The information screen appears, displaying info such as genre, language,
currently playing song, next song, and time. Press OK to return to the previous
screen.
Reporting Problems
You can report a problem with the currently playing station or audio or contact the
station/show using the reporting problems option.
1. While the station is playing or selected, press Options, then / to select
Report problem. Press OK.
2. The reporting problems screen appears, displaying options for reporting
problems such as audio, wrong information, errors, etc. After making your
selection press OK to return to the previous screen.
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Signing Out from TuneIn
Sign out of TuneIn after a listening session to ensure that nobody can make changes
to your TuneIn settings and stations without your permission.
To sign out from TuneIn:
1. On the TuneIn main screen, press Options to show the toolbar, press
select Sign out, then press OK.
2. Select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
/
to
Exit
To simply exit out of TuneIn and stay signed in, press
TuneIn main screen, then press OK.
/
to select Exit in the
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YouTube
YouTube is a video hosting website where you can upload and share videos.
To access YouTube:
1. Navigate to the Home | Services menu bar and and press OK.
2. The list of Internet services display. Select YouTube
, then press OK to
display the YouTube home screen.
Options include:
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
„
User
Search
Top Favorites
Featured
Most Popular
Most Viewed
Top Rated
Preferences
Signing In To Your YouTube Account
Note: If you do not have a YouTube account and want to create one, go to www.youtube.com.
1. Press
/
to select User in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
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2. Select Sign in, then press OK.
3. Use the navigation buttons
to type your YouTube user name in the
on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
4. Use the navigation buttons
to type your YouTube account password in
the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
5. Press / to select a save option. Press OK when finished.
Options include:
No – Your account details are not saved. You need to repeat the initial sign-in
process every time you access YouTube using the media player.
„
Save username only – Your username is saved, but you will be prompted to
input your password every time you access YouTube using the media player.
„
Yes – Both your user name and password are saved. You can later sign in to
your account from the YouTube Login screen.
6. The My favorites page appears. Go to the next section for more information on
this page.
„
Account
By default, the My favorites page displays first when you sign in to your account.
These are the videos you have saved as favorites in YouTube.
Note: If you have not favorited any videos, the screen displays "no content found."
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This page also contains links to your uploaded videos (Videos) and video playlists
(Playlists). Press
or navigate to
, and press OK, then press / and OK
twice to switch that selection.
Searching for Videos
You can search YouTube for videos of particular interest to you. The search results
are based on the tags associated with uploaded videos. The media player saves
your searches so you can quickly recall them.
Note: Videos that are tagged “private” by users do not appear in search results.
To search for videos:
1. Press
/
to select Search in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
2. Use the navigation buttons
to type a keyword related to the subject
matter of the video you’re looking for using the on-screen keyboard. Select
Submit, then press OK.
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The video search begins (this may take a few seconds). Videos matching your
search word appear in a Search result screen.
3. Use the navigation buttons to select a video from the display.
4. Press
or OK to start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
To use search history:
1. Press the SEARCH
Search History list.
button on the remote control. This toggles you to the
2. Press / to select a search from the display.
3. Press OK to perform the saved search.
Top Favorites
These are videos tagged as favorites by the majority of YouTube users.
To access Top Favorites:
1. Press / to select Top Favorites in the YouTube home screen, then press
OK.
,
2. The list of top favorite videos display. To refine this list, press / to select
and press OK.
3. Press / to choose from Today, This week, or This month, then press OK.
4. Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the display, then press
or
OK to start watching the selected video.
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Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
Featured Videos
This video category is primarily populated with videos from YouTube’s commercial
partners, but might also include select user videos that are currently popular or have
been previously showcased in YouTube’s Spotlight Videos section.
To access Featured Videos:
1. Press / to select Featured in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
2. Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the displayed selection.
3. Press
or OK to start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
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Most Popular
These are videos deemed most popular by YouTube users.
To access Most Popular:
1. Press / to select Most Popular in the YouTube home screen, then press
OK.
2. The list of most popular videos display. To refine this list, press / to select
, and press OK.
3. Press / to choose from Today, This week, or This month, then press OK.
4. Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the display, then press
or
OK to start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
Most Viewed
These are videos most viewed by YouTube users.
To access Most Viewed:
1. Press / to select Most Viewed in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
2. The list of most viewed videos display. To refine this list, press / to select
,
and press OK.
3. Press / to choose from Today, This week, or This month, then press OK.
4. Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the display, then press
or
OK to start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
Top Rated
These are videos with the highest ratings from YouTube users.
To access Top Rated:
1. Press / to select Top Rated in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
2. The list of most viewed videos display. To refine this list, press / to select
,
and press OK.
3. Press / to choose from Today, This week, or This month, then press OK.
4. Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the display, then press
or
OK to start watching the selected video.
Go to page 164 for more information on using the YouTube Player.
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YouTube Options
When you select a video in any of the YouTube submenu screens described above
(i.e., User > My Favorites, Search, Top Favorites, Featured Videos, Most Popular,
Most Viewed, and Top Rated), pressing Options brings up the following screen:
„
„
„
„
Like or Dislike this Video - see “Like or Dislike Videos” on page 166.
Add to favorites - see “Adding Videos to Favorites” on page 166.
Add to playlist - see “Adding Videos to a Playlist” on page 167.
Flagging - use this option to flag a video for inappropriate content.
Preferences
Preferences allows you to choose which country’s content (videos and channels) you
would like to view without changing the language of the site.
To access Preferences:
1. Press / to select Preferences in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
2. Current location is highlighted. Press OK.
3. Press / to select a country from the list, then press OK.
YouTube Player
The YouTube Player layout is similar to the regular video playback screen. It displays
the playback status bar and the elapsed and total playback times. Press
to
pause and resume playback. Press
or
to fast forward or reverse in 10
second increments.
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YouTube Player Options
As with a regular video playback screen, you can the customize the way content
displays in the YouTube Player. To do this, press Options.
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„
„
„
„
„
„
Like or Dislike this Video - see “Like or Dislike Videos” on page 166.
Add to favorites - see “Adding Videos to Favorites” on page 166.
Add to playlist - see “Adding Videos to a Playlist” on page 167.
Flagging - use this option to flag a video for inappropriate content.
Zoom - To change the display’s viewing scale, press / and select Zoom &
Pan, then press OK. Press OK repeatedly until the preferred viewing scale is
achieved. Press Options or Back to revert to the default viewing scale.
Pan - To pan the display, press / and select Zoom & Pan, then press OK.
Press the navigation buttons
repeatedly until the preferred panned view
displays. Press Options or Back to revert to the default viewing scale.
Show info - use this option to view detailed information about the video if
present.
Related Videos
After video playback, the Related Videos screen appears. At the top of the screen,
the video rating (number of highlighted “stars”), upload date, and the number of
times it has been viewed display.
This screen lists videos which might be related to recently played video by subject
matter, making it easier to search for videos based on the same or similar subject.
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Press the navigation buttons to select a video from the list, then press
start watching the selected video.
or OK to
The other options on this screen allow you to:
Replay the recently playbacked video – Play Again
Add the video to your My Favorites list – Add to Favorites
„
Flag the video as having inappropriate content - Flagging
„
Provide video feedback – Like or Dislike this Video
„
Add the video to your My Playlists list – Add to Playlist
„
Return to the last video selection page – Back to Videos
Press the navigation buttons to select an option, then press OK.
„
„
Like or Dislike Videos
You can rate videos on a basis of “Like” or “Dislike” during or after video playback.
Note: You must signed in to your YouTube account to like or dislike videos. See “Signing In To Your
YouTube Account” on page 158 for sign-in instructions.
1. During playback, press Options, select Like or Dislike this Video, then press
OK, or select Like or Dislike this Video in the Related Videos screen.
2. Press / to select Like or Dislike, then press OK.
3. Your video rating is confirmed. Press OK to go back to the Player screen.
Adding Videos to Favorites
If you enjoyed a particular video or simply want to refer to it later, you can tag it as a
“favorite” to add it to your My Favorites list. Once added, you can keep track of this
video.
To add a video to My Favorites from the Related Videos screen:
1. On the Related Videos screen of the video you want to add as a favorite,
press / to select Add to Playlist, then press OK.
2. Press OK at the confirmation prompt.
Note: You can also press Options when playing a video and select Add
to favorites.
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Adding Videos to a Playlist
Use this option if you enjoyed a particular video and want to add it to one of your
playlists.
To add a video to My Favorites from the Related Videos screen:
1. On the Related Videos screen of the video you want to add as a favorite,
press / to select Add to Favorites, then press OK.
2. Press / to select Create your playlist (to create a new playlist) or Choose
your current playlist.
3. If you choose Create your playlist, enter the name of your new playlist using
the on-screen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK. If you choose Choose
your current playlist, press OK.
Note: You can also press Options when playing a video and select Add
video to
favorites.
Deleting a YouTube Account
To delete a YouTube account from the media center:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
Press
Press
Press
/
/
/
/
to select Users in the YouTube home screen, then press OK.
to select Delete account, then press OK.
to select the account you want to delete, then press OK.
to select OK on the confirmation prompt, then press OK.
Restricted Video Content
Some videos on YouTube are restricted by the content owner from playback via
TV-connected devices. If you attempt to play one of these videos, press OK to
return to the previous screen.
Encoding Support for YouTube Worldwide
Many YouTube videos are encoded in a language other than the one you set as your
media player’s system language. In some cases, this results in garbled characters in
the video ID or even playback failure. If this is the case, you need to enable the
encoding support for the language that is causing the error.
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To set the media player’s additional encoding setting:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Navigate to Home | Setup menu bar.
Press / to select System, then press OK.
Press / to select Additional Encoding Support, then press OK.
Press / to select the encoding support you require, then press OK.
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Live TV
Access HD-quality live shows using the Live TV menu. Availability will vary by region.
For more information about Live TV services, go to:
http://products.wdc.com/onlineservices/wdtvlivehub.
Live TV Display
1. Navigate to the Home | Live TV menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays all available live TV services. The display is in grid view. Use
the navigation buttons to select a live TV service, then press OK.
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Games
You can access games and use the remote control to play them using the Games
menu.
Games Display
1. Navigate to the Home | Games menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays all available game services. The display is in grid view.
- Funspot—Swap gems with Rockswap, try your luck with Texas Hold’Em, or test your
math skills with Sudoku – Check out Funspot on for your favorite games.
- PlayJam—PlayJam is your first choice for the best games on TV. From action and
adventure to puzzle and word games, PlayJam has something for everyone. Play to
win prizes, play against a friend or just play to climb the leaderboard - PlayJam has a
global community of players already...join them!
3. Use the navigation buttons to select a game service, then press OK. Select
Rules or Help, then press OK for further information, or select New Game or
Start to begin.
4. Use the navigation buttons on the remote the play the game. Select Exit when
finished.
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RSS
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) provides you with a list of current news items in a
brief format so you can scan headlines and choose the items that interest you most
without visiting websites.
Reading RSS Feeds
1. Navigate to the Home | RSS menu, then press OK.
2. The screen displays all available RSS feeds. The display is in grid view. Use the
navigation buttons to select a headline of a RSS feed that you want to read, then
press OK.
Note: You can display your RSS feeds in a streaming ticker display on the home page. See “RSS
Ticker” on page 182.
Adding RSS Feeds
To add an RSS feed to the media player:
1. In the RSS main screen, navigate to the
button then press OK.
2. Enter the URL of the RSS feed using the on-screen keyboard (see the website of
the RSS feed provider for details), select Submit, then press OK.
3. Press OK again to add the RSS feed.
Note: You can also add RSS feeds using the Web UI. See “RSS” on page 92.
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Setup and Advanced Features
The Setup menu lets you customize the way you use the media center and set
preferences for media playback.
To select a Setup category:
1. Press Setup, or navigate to the Home | Setup menu and press OK.
2. Use the
Up/Down arrows to select a Setup category, then press OK.
There are 10 Setup categories, including:
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Audio/Video Output
Appearance
Video settings
Music Settings
Photo settings
Network settings
Operation
System
Mobile Access
About
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Setup Navigation Buttons
Use these buttons on the remote control to navigate within and between the
Settings screens.
Button
Up/Down arrows
Function
• Select a menu
• Select a menu setting in an option
screen
OK
Displays the option screen for the
selected menu
1. Press OK. A confirmation prompt appears.
2. Select OK, then press OK.
If you fail to select OK within 15 seconds, the new
setting will not be applied.
Applies the selected menu setting
If your entertainment unit cannot support the
selected setting, no change is made and the
original setting is retained.
Back
Displays the previous menu screen
Audio/Video Output
Use the menus in this category to configure playback for audio and video files.
Video Output
Use this menu to select a video signal. After you finish making your selections, select
OK at the “Are you sure you want to change the video resolution?” prompt, then
press OK.
Composite
When using the standard RCA A/V cable (yellow, red, and white connectors) to
connect the media center, select Composite in the Video output screen.
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You will be prompted to select the TV standard applicable to your device. This
setting depends on your regional location.
Options include:
NTSC – United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea,
and Taiwan.
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PAL – Europe, Greenland, parts of Africa and South America, the Mideast,
China, India, Australia, and Indonesia
Select a regional TV standard then press OK.
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Component
When using the YPbPr cable (green, blue, and yellow connectors) to connect the
media center, select Component in the Video output screen.
You will be prompted to select the video display resolution (from 480p to 1080i).
Select display resolution then press OK.
Note: The further down the list the setting, the higher the resolution and clearer the picture.
HDMI
When using an HDMI cable (if your TV supports HDMI resolution), select HDMI in the
Video output screen.
You will be prompted to select the applicable HDMI video resolution (set to Auto, or
from 480p to 1080p). Select display resolution then press OK.
Note: The further down the list the setting, the higher the resolution and clearer the picture.
After setting resolution, you are prompted to select color space (set to Auto, or RGB
High, RGB Low, or YCbCr). Select color space then press OK.
Aspect Ratio
Use this menu to select the way videos are displayed. Options include:
Normal (4:3)
Widescreen (16:9)
The media center’s default setting is Widescreen. Make sure your TV can support
widescreen resolution, or this default setting can result in a distorted video display.
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Use this menu to select the audio output mode.
Options include:
Stereo (Analog, S/PDIF, HDMI)
This is the default setting that decodes all audio streams into 2-channel output via
analog (RCA connectors), S/PDIF (optical connector), or HDMI. Recommended if
you are using a 2- or 4-speaker entertainment unit.
Digital Pass Through via Optical Only (S/PDIF)
Select this option if you are using HDMI for video and a S/PDIF (optical) connection
to output multichannel surround sound to a receiver and do not want audio output
from HDMI. After selecting Digital Pass Through via Optical Only, select one or
more of the following options that describe your receiver, then press OK after each
selection. Press then, with the
selected, press OK again.
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AAC capable receiver
Dolby Digital capable receiver
DTS capable receiver
WMA Pro capable receiver
Digital Pass Through via HDMI Only (HDMI)
Select this option if you are only using an HDMI connection to output multichannel
surround sound to a receiver. After selecting Digital Pass Through via HDMI Only,
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select Auto Detect to have the media player detect receiver settings automatically.
Or, select Manual Setup.
Auto Detect
If you select Auto Detect a summary of your auto detect settings display.
Press
then, with the
selected, press OK again.
Manual Setup
If you select Manual Setup, select one or more of the following options that
describe your receiver, then press OK after each selection. Press then, with the
selected, press OK again.
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AAC capable receiver
Dolby Digital capable receiver
Dolby Digital Plus capable receiver
DTS capable receiver
Dolby TrueHD capable receiver
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WMA Pro capable receiver
Note: Changed settings are not applicable during DVD video playback.
Dolby Dynamic Range Control (DRC) Setting
Use this menu to set the dynamic range control, which reduces or increases sound
levels. This setting can be useful when, for example, you want to watch a movie
without hearing wide volume swings between loud and quiet sounds. DRC thus
enables reduced peak volume levels without loss of overall sound quality. Default
setting is On. Options are Off, Auto, and Max.
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Appearance
Use the menus in the Appearance screen to set user interface display options for the
media center.
Language
Press
/
to select the display language, then press OK.
Screen Size Calibration
Use this menu to correct any issues with overscan (the display is cropped in the TV
screen). To correct any overscan problems, calibrate the display by reducing the
display size by up to 30%. The calibration settings are in 5% increments.
Note: Screen size calibration only affects the user interface. It does not affect video scaling.
User Interface Themes
The media center supports interchangeable user interfaces called themes. Themes
alter the player's visual appearance, but not its functionality.
1. Select
in the user interface themes page,then press OK to access the online
database for themes.
2. Select the icon corresponding to a theme and press OK.
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3. The theme preview screen appears. Use the navigation buttons to View Theme
or View Description, or select Apply Theme and press OK. The new theme is
applied and the appearance of the WD TV device UI changes.
Legacy Theme
You can download the source files for the Legacy theme shown above and use it to
develop your own theme file. Go to http://www.wdc.com/wdtvthemes for details.
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User Interface Backgrounds
You can use this menu to set a different photo as the system background to replace
the default grass field and sunny sky photo. You can choose from the WD Creative
Masters backgrounds or your own backgrounds.
WD Creative Masters
WD Creative Masters includes themed albums of photos from leading
photographers that you can use for your media center user interface background.
Select a WD Creative Masters album, then navigate to a photo and press OK. Press
OK again to preview the background. You can choose to Set as Background or
View Bio of the photographer, then press OK.
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Your Backgounds
Your Backgrounds shows the default background as well as other photos you have
set as the background (see “Set as Background” on page 62). Navigate to a
background photo and press OK, then press OK again to Set as Background.
Screensaver Delay
Use this menu to set the time of system inactivity before the screensaver display is
enabled. The default setting is 5 minutes.
Screensaver Style
Use this menu to choose your screensaver display style. The WD Logo screensaver
is the default style, but you can also choose a Random Photo Slideshow of
photos stored in the media center’s internal drive or a Folder Photo Slideshow of
photos from a single folder as your screensaver.
Show New Items
Use this menu to select a date range for the media files added to your content
source(s) to be marked as “new.” The number of new items displays when you
select Video, Music, Photo, or Files on the home screen, or New Items in the
dashboard.
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RSS Ticker
Set RSS Ticker to Show to stream your RSS feeds on the home page. Default
setting is Hide.
Video Settings
Use the menus in the Video Settings screen to configure the display and sequence
option for video files.
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Video Playback Sequence
Use this menu to select the video playback mode. The default setting is Normal. Go
to “Play Mode” on page 44 for a description of these video playback modes.
Subtitle Font Size
Use this menu to set the default font size (24 to 68 points, 40 points is default) for
buttons to select a font size. “Subtitle font
displaying video subtitles. Use the
size” at the bottom of the screen reflects the font size option currently selected.
Press OK to select a subtitle font size.
Subtitle Border
Use this menu to set the default appearance of the subtitle frame (Thin or Thick).
Subtitle Default
Use this menu to set the default appearance of the subtitles (On or Off).
Browser Display
Use this menu to select the default display mode for the video browser screen. The
default setting is Preview View. Examples of grid, list, and preview views are shown
below.
Preview View
List View
Small Grid View
Large Grid View
Gallery View
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Music Settings
Use the menus in the Music settings screen to configure the display and sequence
option for audio files.
Music Playback Sequence
Use this menu to select the audio playback mode. The default setting is Normal. Go
to “To set the music repeat mode:” on page 56 for a description of the audio
playback modes.
Audio Track Display
Use this menu to select which file information to display in the audio browser screen.
The default setting is File name.
Background Music Info Panel
When turned On, a music info menu bar appears at the top of the screen when
music is playing in the background.
Resume Music Longer Than 15 Min
When turned On, will prompt you to resume or restart a music file that is 15 minutes
or longer.
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Browser Display
Use this menu to select the default display mode for the audio browser screen. The
default setting is Grid View. Examples of both grid and list views are shown below.
Grid View
List View
Photo Settings
Use the menus on this category to configure the display size and slideshow settings
when viewing your image files.
Slideshow Sequence
Use this menu to set the slideshow sequence mode. The default setting is Normal.
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Normal – The slideshow is played once. When the last image is displayed, the
previous browser screen is displayed.
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Shuffle – The slideshow is played in random order until you press Stop.
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Repeat All – The slideshow is played repeatedly until you press Stop or Back.
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Repeat All and Shuffle – The slideshow is played continuously in random order.
Slideshow Transition
Use this menu to select the method used to display the next slide in a slideshow.
The default setting is Normal.
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Slideshow Interval Time
Use this menu to set the time interval between pictures in the slideshow. You can
select from 3 seconds (default) to 5 minutes.
Photo Scaling
Use this menu to define how pictures are scaled when you view them. This also
applies when pictures are viewed in a slideshow. Options include:
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Keep as original – Maintains the original resolution of the image (default).
Fit to screen – Fills as much of the display area as possible while maintaining
correct image proportions.
Display in full screen– Fills the display area with the image (this can lead to
image distortion).
Browser Display
Use this menu to select how media files are displayed in their respective folders. The
default setting is Small Grid View. Examples of both grid and list views are shown
below.
Small Grid View
Large Grid View
List View
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Network
Use the menus in this category to configure and view the media center’s network
settings. Press / to make a selection from the list of options, then press OK.
Network Setup
Wired
1. Navigate to the Home | Setup menu bar.
2. Press / to select Network Settings, then press OK.
3. Press / to select Network Setup, then press OK.
4. Select Wired, then press OK.
5. Select a setup configuration option, then press OK.
Select Automatic to have the device attempt to detect your network connection
automatically, then go to step 10.
Select Manual to manually set your network connection. Proceed to step 6.
Important: Manual setup is recommended for advanced users only.
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6. Manual: Once the network is detected, the following screen appears. Press
to select IP address, then press OK.
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7. Manual: Use the navigation buttons to key in your IP address using the onscreen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
8. Manual: Repeat the step above to key in values for the subnet mask, gateway,
and DNS settings.
9. Manual: After entering all the configuration settings, select Finish, then press
OK.
10. Automatic and Manual: Once the network is detected, press OK to display the
Home screen.
Wireless
1. Navigate to the Home | Setup menu bar.
2. Press / to select Network Settings, then press OK.
3. Press / to select Network Setup, then press OK.
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4. Select Wireless, then press OK.
5. Select a wireless connection method, then press OK.
Auto search, Manually enter the wireless network name, and Wi-Fi
Protected Setup (WPS) - see “Wireless Network Setup” on page 70 for further
instructions.
Get Windows Pairing Code (Windows 7)
You can use Windows 7 to “pair” the media player to your network as a wireless
network setup option.
1. Under Wireless Network Setup, select Get Window pairing code, then press
OK. A pairing code displays. Make a note of this code and start your Windows 7
computer.
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2. Open a Windows Explorer window, then click Network.
3. Click Add a wireless device.
4. Click on the media player device icon, then click Next.
5. Enter the pairing code (see step 1), then click Next.
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6. Select the network you want to add the media player to from the list, then click
Next.
7. Press OK on the remote to connect the media player to your network (see step
1).
8. Once the media player connects to the network, the following screen displays.
Click Close.
Previously Connected Wireless Network
This menu displays a record of your wireless network settings. After performing a
wireless network setup, the media player keeps a record of the LAN access point.
Use this menu to reconnect to the local network without having to rekey the
password.
Check Connection
See “Checking the Network Connection” on page 74 for information and
instructions.
Device Name
The name shown in the device name field helps you identify the media center on the
network. Use this menu option to change the device name using the onscreen
keyboard.
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DLNA Media Server
This option is On by default so that other DLNA media devices on the network can
see the media center. If set to Off, other DLNA media devices on the same network
will not be able to the see the media center on the network
See specific DLNA media device user manuals for instructions on connecting a
DLNA device to your local area network Go to http://www.dlna.org for a list of
DLNA-certified devices and for further information.
iTunes Server
The iTunes server is set to Off by default. Turning it On allows you share audio files
to iTunes on the same network.
Network Share Server
Must be set to On to use network services. See “Network Services” on page 76 for
information and instructions.
Workgroup
Allows you to join a specific workgroup on your network. Windows-based
computers and devices in the same workgroup may allow each other access to their
files, printers, or Internet connection. Members of different workgroups on the same
local area network and TCP/IP network can only access resources in workgroups to
which they are joined.
To create a new workgroup, select the existing Workgroup Name then press OK.
Enter a new workgroup name.
Proxy
Proxy is used by corporations to view and filter online transactions. All requests in
the corporate environment go through a proxy server to perform such actions as
recording the IP address of a web site, checking the IP address that is being opened
to make sure it’s not on a blocked list, and checking outgoing attachments for spam
or viruses.
If you plan to use the media server in a corporate environment, select On, then enter
the Proxy address and port using the on-screen keyboard to access online services.
Clear Login Info for Network Share
Use this menu to clear login information (preset password) for the network share.
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Operation
Use the menus in the Operation screen to set preferences for the media center.
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Remote Settings
Select a function for the A, B, C, and D function buttons on the remote controller.
The remote settings menu displays the functions currently assigned to each button.
To change functions, press / to select a function button, then press OK. Press
/ to select functions such as display mode, filter menu, Music, Video, Services,
Setup, Capture Snapshot (saves screen snapshots to internal storage), etc., then
press OK.
To reset the function buttons to default settings, select Reset, then press OK.
Delete Music Preset (Buttons 0-9)
To clear a music file or playlist preset from one of the 0-9 buttons, press
select a numbered button. Press to select the , then press OK.
/
to
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Sync From USB Storage
This option allows you to turn the USB sync feature Off, Sync All Files, or Sync
Supported Media Files Only. See “Step 5 - Connecting a USB Device (Optional)”
on page 20.
Sync Content From A Network Shared Folder
Allows you to setup a sync process to a shared folder on your network. Any new
content added to the new folder automatically syncs to the media center’s internal
drive.
Auto Play
Select the type of media (music or video) that plays automatically when a USB
device is connected to USB port 1 on the front of the media center. The media files
must be located in the USB device’s root directory for Auto Play to function.
Note: The auto play function will only work if the USB device is plugged into USB port 1 on the front of
the media center.
System
Use the menus in this category to configure the media center’s general functions.
Press / to make a selection from the list of options, then press OK.
Set Time & Country
Use this menu to select your local time zone and turn Daylight Savings Time or
24-Hour Time Off or On so that the media center displays the current time
according to your preference.
Media Library
Use this menu to enable, disable, or clear the media library (turn Off, On, or Clear
Media Library). The media library consolidates the media contents of an internal
hard drive, USB drive, or network drives into one database so you can locate media
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files based on metadata information. See “Media Library” on page 206 for more
information.
Media Library Manager for Network Share
Use this option to manually add individual share folders to the media library. Select
Add network share to media library to connect to a Windows or Linux Share (see
“Network Share” on page 78 for more info). While browsing the content inside, press
Option to add a share folder to the Media Library. A maximum of 10 shares can be
added. You can also set automatic file scanning on network shares. Choose from
During Standby Only, Once An Hour, Once A Day, Once A Week, or Once A
Month.
Get Content Info
Use this menu to set options for how you want to attach metadata (such as artwork
and additional information) to your music and video files. Manual Only is the default
setting, and you can also set this menu to Auto.
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Meta-Source Manager
Use this menu to select a meta-source that provides metadata information and
artwork for your media files. Select Movie, Music, or TV Show to display and select
available meta-sources for the media type.
Select Add New Meta-Source and select the meta-source XML file from the
network, internal drive, or attached USB storage.
Device Security
Use this menu to set a security password to access and control folder locking and
parental control features. Select Device Security and use the navigation buttons
to type in your password (you will need to enter it twice before initial use) to
enable the features. The following screen displays:
From here, enter the Folder Lock, Parental Control, or Store Demo Mode
menus, or Set New Password.
Folder Lock
Select Set Default Lock Folder to select a folder containing files you want to
prevent access to. Once selected, the folder displays on the screen. Select Lock to
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prevent access to the folder, Unlock to provide access to the folder, or Disable to
disable the feature.
Parental Control
Parental control allows you to password protect an Internet service so the user can
access it only if the correct password is entered. There are two options:
1. Show – default option. The service is not password protected.
2. Ask – the password must be entered to access the service.
Store Demo Mode
When set to On, this option allows settings to be changed and functions tested for
demonstration purposes. After exiting store demo mode, all previous user settings
are restored. When the media player is idle for 60 seconds in store demo mode, a
demo video begins playing. Press OK to exit idle mode when this occurs.
Additional Encoding Support
Press / to select an encoding support for a secondary language, then press OK.
This prevents garbled characters in file names and subtitles defined in the selected
language.
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Disk Manager
This option displays information about the media center and attached drives when
you select the drive then press OK, including:
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Storage Type
Free Space
Total Size
File System
Disk Manager also allows you to format the internal drive. Select WDTVLiveHub,
then press OK. Select Format, then press OK.
Important: Reformatting the internal drive erases all its contents. If you have
already saved files on the internal drive, be sure to back them up before
reformatting it.
Device Registration
To register your WD product using the Setup menu:
1. Make sure your media center has an active network connection.
Go to “Network Setup” on page 69 for instructions on how to set up a network
connection.
2. Press Setup or navigate to the Home | Setup menu, then press OK.
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3. Press
4. Press
/
/
to select System, then press OK.
to select Device Registration, then press OK.
5. On the Register Product screen, press / to select First Name, then press
OK.
6. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your first name using the on-screen
keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
7. Press / to select Last Name, then press OK.
8. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your last name using the on-screen
keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
9. Press / to select Email, then press OK.
10. Use the navigation buttons
to type in your email address using the onscreen keyboard. Select Submit, then press OK.
11. On the Register Product screen, press
to select OK, and then press OK.
WD LED Light Control
Use this menu to turn off the WD LED light (Always Off). If turned off, the WD LED
will only appear during start up then disappear after the device has booted up. The
default setting is Normal.
Device Reset
Use this menu to perform device reset options:
Reset All Settings Back to Factory Default – restores all media center system
preferences and playback settings to their default factory values. This may correct
problems caused by a failed firmware upgrade or faulty configuration settings.
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Reset All Settings Except Online Service Accounts – restores all media center
system preferences and playback settings to their default factory values with the
exception of your internet Services personal account information.
Reset All Online Service Accounts – clears all account information and logins you
have entered for Services.
Reset Web Interface Login – clears the user-created Web UI password and resets
it to the default password. See “Using the Web UI” on page 88 for details.
Important: If you specified a static IP address (or any other non-standard
configuration), the media center will no longer appear on the network after
the reset. Also, be sure to reset the media center to factory defaults and
reset all online service accounts before returning or otherwise transferring
the device to purge your internet services personal account information,
network shares passwords, and wireless network passwords.
Device Reset only clears user settings from the device. To clear all the data
and content from the media center’s internal drive, you need to reformat the
drive. See “Disk Manager” on page 199.
To perform a device reset:
1. Press / to select Device Reset, then press OK.
2. Press / to select a device reset option, then press OK.
3. Select OK in the confirmation screen, then press OK.
Device Restart
Press OK to restart the media center.
Check Latest Firmware
This menu displays the current firmware version. Press OK to check for new
firmware.
Auto Detect New Firmware
Use this menu to turn the automatic detection of new firmware On or Off. See
“System Firmware Upgrade” on page 208 for further details.
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Mobile Access/WD Photos
Use this menu to share files on the media center with mobile devices that have the
WD Photos app loaded. You can provide access for up to four mobile devices. For
further information on WD Photos, go to http://wdphotos.wdc.com.
Mobile Sharing
Mobile Sharing is turned On by default, allowing access for mobile devices.
Selecting Off disables access for mobile devices.
Mobile Devices
To add mobile devices:
1. Select Mobile Devices and press OK to begin adding devices.
2. Press OK to Add Mobile Device.
3. Install WD Photos on your mobile device either from the App Store or the Android
Marketplace.
Note: Be sure to use WD Photos version 1.2 or later.
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4. Launch WD Photos and tap Connect Now.
5. Tap WD TV Live Hub.
6. Select Get Code on the media center screen. Press OK.
7. Enter the activation code shown on the media center’s screen on your mobile
device (code expires after 24 hours) then tap Activate.
8. Press OK on the media center’s remote. The device is now listed in the Mobile
Devices screen. Repeat the steps above to add additional mobile devices. You
can now use WD Photos on the mobile devices you've added.
Removing a Mobile Device
1. Navigate to a device in the Mobile Devices screen, then press
Press OK.
2. Select OK, then press OK.
to select
.
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Upload Content to the Media Center
You can take a photo or video clip with your mobile device and upload it directly to
the built-in hard drive on your media center.
To upload content:
1. Open WD Photos on your mobile device.
2. Tap the folder icon
next to media center’s device icon.
3. Tap on an album containing the photo or video you want to upload.
4. Tap on each thumbnail of a photo or video you want to upload or tap Select All,
then tap Upload.
The content you upload appears in a folder on the media center’s internal drive
under Photos or Videos. The name of the folder corresponds to the name of the
mobile device. For further information about WD Photos, refer to WD Photos Help or
go to http://wdphotos.wdc.com.
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About
Select this option to display the network info, firmware version currently installed,
part number, and serial number of the device as well as online service info.
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Select Network Info then press OK to view info such as the device’s MAC and
IP addresses, mobile access type, etc.
Select Device Info then press OK to view the firmware version currently
installed, part number, and serial number of the device.
Select Online Service Info to view online service account info such as your
Netflix ESN.
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Media Library
Media Library scans and consolidates the media contents of the internal hard drive,
USB drive, and network drives into a database through which you can easily locate
media files. This feature is set to on by default.
The following conditions will prevent the Media Library from processing your media.
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The USB device has read-only protection.
There is not enough hard drive space on the USB device. Your media center
needs some space to cache information, so that searches and scans are faster.
A note about metadata
Metadata is information about the data in a file that describes how, when, and by
whom a particular set of data (video, music, photographic, or any other type of data)
was collected, and how the data is formatted.
Not all files have metadata loaded. To add and edit metadata so that Media Library
can aggregate the files properly, you can use one of several tools including:
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Adobe® Bridge (part of the Adobe Creative Suite)
abcAVI Tag Editor (freeware)
XnView 1.93.2 (freeware)
iTunes
Windows Media Player
Editing Metadata
Editing metadata with iTunes:
1. Open iTunes and click the song you want to edit.
2. Open the File menu, then click Get Info.
A window opens, showing all of the information you can edit for the song that
you selected. You can edit the song’s:
„
Name
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Artist
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Year released
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Album name
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Composer
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Track number
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Genre
3. When you are done, click OK. To edit the next song listed in your iTunes library,
click Next.
Editing metadata with Windows media center:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open Windows media center.
Click the Library tab.
Right-click the title or other item to edit.
When the menu opens, click Edit.
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Converting The Content Into A Usable Format
There are several fast, easy-to-use applications available online that can convert
photos, videos, and music files into formats optimized for use on your media center.
The software also allows simultaneous conversion of multiple files in batches
regardless of their original formats.
Examining Your Files
MediaInfo (free software) can provide technical and tag information about your video
or audio files.
MediaInfo provides the following kinds of information:
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General—title, author, director, album, track number, date, and duration
Video—codec, aspect, fps, and bitrate
Audio—codec, sample rate, channels, language, and bitrate
Text—language of the subtitles
Chapters—number and a list of chapters
MediaInfo supports the following formats:
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Video—MKV, OGM, AVI, DivX, WMV, QuickTime, Real, MPEG-1, MPEG-2,
MPEG-4, DVD (VOB) (Codecs: DivX, XviD, MSMPEG4, ASP, H.264, AVC)
Audio—OGG, MP3, WAV, RA, Dolby Digital Plus, AAC, M4A, AU, AIFF
Subtitles—SRT, SSA, ASS, and SAMI
With MediaInfo, you can:
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Read many video and audio file formats
Use several methods of viewing information, such as text, sheet, tree, and
HTML
Customise views
Export information as text, such as CSV and HTML
To examine your files:
1. Use your browser and go to http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net.
2. Download the software and install it on your computer.
3. Follow the instructions as prompted.
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System Maintenance
The system software of your media center can be upgraded to the latest release,
which can improve support for media file playback and includes bug fixes and
product enhancements. To ensure that you receive the latest update, we
recommend registering your product at http://register.wdc.com.
This chapter describes how to upgrade the system firmware and perform simple
troubleshooting. If you encounter an error message, refer to the “Common Error
Messages” on page 213 for possible corrective action.
Solutions to more serious problems may require contacting your dealer or an
authorized service center for assistance. For more information, refer to “WD® Service
and Support” on page 2.
System Firmware Upgrade
Firmware is an important set of instructions that tells your media center how to
operate, what the interactive screens look like, and how to do what you tell it to do.
Upgrading the firmware is important because WD is always developing newer, faster,
and more efficient ways of doing things that your media center needs to know.
Important: Make sure the media center’s AC power adapter remains
connected during the firmware update. A power disruption during the
update process can corrupt the system firmware. Also, make sure that you
do not unplug the USB storage device if doing a manual update.
Automatic
The New Firmware menu appears in the media center’s Home screen when updated
firmware becomes available, providing the option to automatically upgrade the
firmware.
Note: You must have Auto Detect New Firmware set to On to automatically upgrade firmware. See
“Auto Detect New Firmware” on page 201.
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To update the firmware automatically:
1. Press HOME, then select New Firmware. Press OK.
2. Select Update device on the firmware update prompt, and then press OK. This
restarts the system. You can also select What’s New in This Update? to see
the changes.
3. After restarting, the system automatically enters firmware upgrade mode.
4. Once the update process finishes, the media center restarts. When the media
center restarts, the new firmware loads automatically.
Manual
To update the firmware manually:
1. Go to http://support.wdc.com and download the latest firmware update file for
the media center.
2. Click “Downloads,” then the product name (or photo). Download the WD TV Live
Hub media center firmware zip file to your computer.
3. Using an unzip utility, extract the zip file contents to the root directory of a USB
device connected to your computer.
4. Safely remove the USB device from the computer and attach it to the media
center.
5. Connect the USB device to the media center's USB port. If the Sync and
Transfer screen appears, select Cancel, then press OK.
6. Follow steps 1-4 under “To update the firmware automatically:” on page 209.
7. If the Sync and Transfer screen appears, select Cancel or OK if you want to
access video, music, or photo files on the attached USB device.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
DISPLAY
The TV screen is blank and the media
center power LED remains off.
• Make sure the TV is turned on.
• Make sure that the power adapter and power outlet
are okay.
• Make sure that the interface cable is properly
attached to the correct terminals on both the TV and
the media center.
The TV screen is blank and the media
center power LED is blinking.
• Check your TV input source selection.
• Power cycle (turn off/on) your TV.
• Power cycle (turn off/on) your media player.
• If the same thing happens, contact WD Technical
Support for assistance (see “WD® Service and
Support” on page 2).
The TV screen is blank and the media
center power LED is on.
• Make sure the TV is turned on.
• Make sure that the interface cable is properly
attached to the correct terminals on both the TV and
the media center.
• Press the reset switch for one second to reset to
factory defaults (see “Device Reset” on page 200).
Press and hold 10 seconds to toggle between NTSC
and PAL. Use a fine-tipped stylus or the unfolded
end of a paperclip to press the reset switch.
The TV screen is blinking and fuzzy.
• Make sure that the interface cable is properly
attached to the correct terminal(s) on both the TV
and the media center.
• Make sure the media center power LED is on.
• If you are using a CRT TV, navigate to the Home |
Settings | System screen and:
-
Make sure that the Composite option is
selected as the video output.
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Make sure the TV system setting matches the
system used in your region.
• If you are using an LCD TV, navigate to the Home |
Settings | System screen and:
The video display is cut off or appears
in a sidebar.
-
Make sure that the HDMI option is selected as
the video output.
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Make sure that the video resolution option is set
as Auto.
Navigate to the Home | Settings | Audio/Video screen
and make sure that aspect ratio is set as Normal.
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Problem
The slideshow pictures are distorted.
Solution
Navigate to the Home | Settings | Photo screen and
select Keep as original or Fit to screen in the Photo
Scaling field.
FILES
File does not play.
• Verify compatibility. Refer to “Supported Formats” on
page 216.
• Use a media converter program to convert the file to
a usable format.
AUDIO
There is no sound.
• Make sure the volume on the entertainment unit is
not muted.
• Navigate to the Home | Settings | System screen and
make sure the correct audio output setting is
enabled.
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If you are using the composite audio cable, the
Stereo setting should be enabled.
-
If you are using an S/PDIF (optical) or HDMI
connection, the Digital setting should be
enabled.
• If you are watching a video that supports multiple
audio channels, make sure that the Audio Off option
is disabled. Press Options | <icon>, and then press
OK repeatedly until the intended audio channel is
displayed.
NETWORK
The media center is not visible on the
network.
• Make sure the Setup > Network Settings > Network
Share Server option is set to On.
USB DEVICE
The Media Library process failed.
Make sure that:
• the USB device has no read-only protection.
• the USB device is not using the HFS+ file system
with Journaling enabled.
• there is enough storage space on the USB device.
The attached USB device is not visible
on the Home screen.
• The media center only supports mass USB storage
mode. Make sure that the USB device is configured
as a "mass storage device."
• Make sure the USB device’s file system is supported
(NTFS, FAT/FAT32, or HFS+).
REMOTE CONTROL
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Problem
The media center remote control does
not work.
Solution
• Press only one button at a time.
• Make sure the batteries are properly inserted.
• The batteries may already be drained out. Replace
batteries with new ones.
• Make sure that the path between the remote control
and the media center is not blocked.
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
The firmware upgrade recovery splash
screen is shown after you turned on
the media center or the media center
keeps rebooting to the splash screen.
The previous or current firmware upgrade process failed.
• Repeat the firmware upgrade process. Go to
page 209 for instructions.
• If you are still unable to update the system firmware,
perform a system reset. Go to page 200 for
instructions.
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Common Error Messages
If this message appears
Perform this action
HOME
Hard drive cannot aggregate.
There are different conditions under which this error
message may appear. The message will specify the
issue. For example, not enough space is used on the
storage or a journaled file system.
No storage present.
Attach the USB device that contains your media files.
Media Library requires more storage
space: [XXXMB]
1. Eject and disconnect the USB device from the
media center.
2. Connect the USB device to your computer and
delete unnecessary files to meet the required
storage space.
3. Attach the USB device to the media center again.
Please turn off journaling on the
attached storage's file system for the
media center to compile the media
library.
1. Eject and disconnect the USB device from the
media center.
2. Connect the USB device to your Apple computer
and disable the journaling function. Refer to the
Apple Help for information.
3. Attach the USB device to the media center again.
Unable to compile media library on
read-only storage.
1. Eject and disconnect the USB device from the
media center.
2. Connect the USB device to your computer and
make sure the read-only protection is disabled.
3. Attach the USB device to the media center again.
Unable to compile media library. Please
check your storage setting.
There are two different conditions under which this
error message may appear:
1. Insufficient storage space on the drive(s).
2. Drive is configured as “read-only.”
Free up drive storage space or adjust the drive
settings to resolve this error.
Unrecognized storage.
The USB device model is not supported. Use another
USB device.
Question XX: WD USB HDD
Trouble Shooting
This indicates a system diagnostic failure. Contact
WD Technical Support for assistance.
CONTENT PLAYBACK
There is no media in the current folder.
There are no supported media files in the selected
folder. Select another folder that contains media files
of the correct format.
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If this message appears
Perform this action
Unable to play the selected file. Please
see the User Manual for a list of
supported file formats.
1. Eject and disconnect the USB device from the
media center or map a drive to the media center
while the file is located.
2. Connect the USB device to your computer or
check the file on the media center’s internal drive
and make sure the file format is correct/supported
(see “Supported Formats” on page 216).
3. Attach the USB device to the media center again
if necessary.
FAQs
How do I find media files and create playlists?
Several media center applications are currently available, such as Winamp and
iTunes, that let you play, arrange, and edit media files. These media centers also let
you create playlists and edit the metadata information for media files. You can search
the Internet with your browser to locate where these applications are available for
download.
How do I copy the files from my music CD to my computer?
Digital audio extraction, or Ripping, is the process of copying audio (or video)
content to a hard drive, typically from removable media, such as CDs or DVDs, or
from media streams.
To rip music from CDs to a computer:
1. Insert the CD into the optical drive of your computer.
2. Open the program that you use to rip the music to your computer, such as
iTunes or Windows Media Player.
3. Press the Import button (using iTunes),
- OR Press the Rip button (using Windows media center).
4. Click the music you want to copy (Windows media center) and note where the
music files are saved after they are copied. iTunes imports the entire CD into your
iTunes music library.
5. Click the Start Rip button (Windows Media Player).
6. When ripping is complete, remove the CD. The music is now on your computer.
Note: Some music may be covered by copyright laws which prevent its copying or distribution.
Can I use a universal remote control with the media center?
You can use most popular universal remote control devices such as the Logitech
Harmony models.
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Appendix
Multiformat Content Playback
Multiformat is a file type that groups other files of the same digital content but may
be encoded in different digital formats. For example, a single video file may actually
include a few components such as video, audio, and photo grouped together.
The media center is capable of playing several different types of multiformat files. For
a detailed list of supported formats, refer to “Supported Formats” on page 216.
Audio
codec
Audio
container
Video
codec
Video
container
Photo
Subtitle*
Playlist
MP3
AIFF
MPEG 1
AVI
GIF
AAS
PLS
MP2
MKA
MPEG 2
VOB/ISO
BMP
Vobsub
(with IDX)
WPL
WAV/PCM/
LPCM
OGG
MPEG 4
(ASP, AVC
HD/H.264)
ASF/WMV
JPEG
DVR-MS
TIF/TIFF***
VC-1
MKV
PNG
WMV9
MOV
Xvid
DAT (VCD/
SVCD)
WMA
Dolby
Digital**
Dolby
Digital Plus
Dolby
TrueHD
FLAC
WMA/
WMA Pro
M3U
PGS
MKV
(with
embedded
subtitle)
SMI
SRT
tp, ts, m2t/
m2ts
FLV
SSA
SUB
(SubViewer 1)
OGM
AAC
SUB
(SubViewer 2)
DTS****
OGG
Vorbis
AC3
TXT
(MicroDVD,
SubRip,
SubViewer 1,
SubViewer 2)
APE
*To convert subtitle files encoded in a different format, open the file with Notepad and do a Save As with the
following parameters: File Type—All Files and Encoding—UTF-8.
**2-channel only. 2+channel signal is sent via digital pass through to a receiver. Manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
***Single layer only.
****Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535
& other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered trademark & the DTS logos and
Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc.
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Supported Formats
Filename extension
Codec
Format/container
VIDEO
.3g2/.3gp/.mov/.mp4
Video:
AVC
MPEG/4
Audio:
AAC
AC3
MPEG Audio
QuickTime
.asf/.wmv
Video:
DivX3
WMV3
Audio:
WMA2
WMA3
ASF
.avi/.divx
Video:
AVC
DivX (3/4/5/6)
MPEG4
M-JPEG (422)
WMV3
WVC1 (VC1)
Xvid
Audio:
AAC
AC3
ADPCM
DTS
PCM
MPEG Audio
AVI
.dat
Video:
MPEG1
Audio:
MPEG Audio
CDXA
.dvr-ms
Video:
MPEG2
Audio:
AC3
MPEG Audio
ASF
.flv
Video:
AVC
Audio:
AAC
MP3
FLV
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Filename extension
Codec
Format/container
.iso (BD)/.mts/.m2t/.m2ts/
.m4t/.tp/.trp/.ts/.tts
Video:
AVC
MPEG1/2/4
Audio:
AC3
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby TrueHD
DTSHD
MPEG Audio
PCM
MPEG TS
.iso (DVD)/.m1s/.m2p/
.mpg/.mpeg/.mpeg2/
.mod/.vbs/.vob
Video:
MPEG1/2
Audio:
AC3
MPEG Audio
PCM
DTS
MPEG PS/MPEG TS
.mkv
Video:
AVC
DivX (3/4/5/6)
MPEG1/2/4
Xvid
Audio:
AAC
AC3
MPEG Audio
PCM
DTS
FLAC
MATROSKA
An audio receiver is required for multi-channel surround sound digital output.
Video notes:
1. MPEG-2 Max ([email protected] 1920x1080ip30 or 1280x720p60), bit rate (SD:20, HD:40).
2. MPEG4.2 Max ([email protected] 1920x1080p30 or 1280x720p60), bit rate (SD:20, HD:40).
3. EG-4.10 (H.264) Max ([email protected] 720x480p30 or 720x576p25, [email protected] and [email protected] 1920×1080p30 or 1280x720p60), bit rate (SD:20,
HD:40).
4. SMPTE 421M (VC-1) Max ([email protected] and [email protected] 1920×1080p30 or 1280x720p60), bit rate (SD:20, HD:40).
5. WMV9 Max ([email protected] 1920×1080p30 or 1280x720p60), bit rate (SD:20, HD:40). Does not supprot WMV7 and WMV8. Does not support
Screen, Image and Image Version 2 profiles.
6. AVS Mac (Jizh[email protected] 1920×1080p30 or 1280x720p60) , bit rate (SD:20, HD:40).
7. AVC does not support ‘High10.’
File
Codec
Format/container
AUDIO
MP1/2/3/a
MPEG audio
None
AAC
MPEG 2/4 AAC LC/HE
1. ADTS
2. ADIF
M4A/MP4A
MPEG 2/4 AAC LC/HE
Quicktime
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File
Codec
Format/container
AUDIO
FLAC
FLAC
FLAC
WAV
PCM (Microsoft )
WAVE
LPCM/PCM
PCM
None
OGG
OGG VORBIS
OGG
WMA
WMA
ASF
AIF/AIFF
PCM
AIFF
MKA
1. MPEG audio
2. MPEG 2/4 AAC LC/HE
3. PCM (Microsoft)
MATROSKA
Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital
Plus
Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital
Plus
None
DTS
DTS
None
®
An audio receiver is required for multi-channel surround sound digital output.
Type
File
name
Codec
Resolution
Other limitation
PHOTOS
BMP
bmp
Uncompressed (most
common)
2048x2048
Not available
TIFF
tif/tiff
Uncompressed 24-bit
RGB (most common)
2048x2048
Multi-page not supported,
only shows 1st page
LZW (loss less)
2048x2048
Not available
PNG
png
DEFLATE (loss less)
2048x2048
Not available
GIF
gif
LZW (loss less)
2048x2048
For animation, only supports 1st page
JPEG
jpeg/jpg
JPEG (lossy) (most
common)
4096x4096
CMYK not supported
Progressive
1280x720
Not available
Compressed RGB JPEG formats only and progressive JPEG up to 2048. Single layer TIFF files
only. Uncompressed BMP only. Not available indicates that no other limitations are known at this
time.
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Thumbnail
Support
Limitation
MUSIC
Filename
extension
Only supports ID3 and EXIF format have thumbnail
mp3
Yes
Thumbnail in the id3 tag (“APIC” or “PIC” tag)
wma
Yes
Thumbnail in the asf format (“WM/Picture” in the extended info)
m4a
Yes
Thumbnail in the quicktime format (“moov/udta/meta/ilst/covr”)
mp4a
Yes
Thumbnail in the quicktime format (“moov/udta/meta/ilst/covr”)
flac
Yes
Thumbnail in the flac format
asf
Yes
Thumbnail in the asf format (“WM/Picture” in the extended info)
wmv
Yes
Thumbnail in the asf format (“WM/Picture” in the extended info)
mp4
Yes
Thumbnail in the quicktime format (“moov/udta/meta/ilst/covr”)
jpg
Yes
Thumbnail in the exif
jpe
Yes
Thumbnail in the exif
tiff
Yes
Thumbnail in the exif
tif
Yes
Thumbnail in the exif
jpeg
Yes
Thumbnail in the exif
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Regulatory Compliance
FCC Class B Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction
manual, may cause interference with radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, you are encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the retailer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
ICES-003/NMB-003 Statement
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
This device complies with Canadian ICES-003 Class B.
Safety Compliance
Approved for US and Canada. CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60065:03, UL-60065,
7th Ed: Audio, Video and Similar Electronic Apparatus - Safety Requirements.
Approuvé pour les Etats-Unis et le Canada. CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60065:03, UL60065 7th Ed. Appareils audio, vidéo et appareils électroniques analogues Exigences de sécurité.
This device is only for use with the compatible UL Listed AC adapter.
Cet appareil n'est destiné qu'a` des adaptateur compatibles marqués "UL Listed.”
CE Compliance for Europe
Marking by the CE symbol indicates compliance of this system to the applicable
Council Directives of the European Union, including the EMC Directive (2004/108/
EC) and the Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EC). A “Declaration of Conformity” in
accordance with the applicable directives has been made and is on file at Western
Digital Europe.
Die Markierung mit dem CE-Symbol zeigt an, dass dieses Gerät mit den
anwendbaren Richtlinien der Europäischen Union übereinstimmt. Hierzu zählen auch
die EMV-Richtlinie (2004/108/EG) sowie die Niederspannungsrichtlinie (2006/95/
EG). Eine "Konformitätserklärung" in Übereinstimmung mit den anwendbaren
Richtlinien ist erstellt worden und kann bei Western Digital Europe eingesehen
werden.
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Le symbole CE indique que ce système est conforme aux directives du Conseil de
l'Union Européenne, notamment à la Directive CEM (2004/108/CE) et la Directive
Basse tension (2006/95/CE). Une " déclaration de conformité " aux directives
applicables a été déposée auprès de Western Digital Europe.
I marchi con il simbolo CE denotano la conformità di questo sistema alle direttive del
Consiglio dell'Unione europea, ivi compresa la Direttiva EMC (2004/108/CE) e la
Direttiva Bassa Tensione (2006/95/CE). In adempimento con le vigenti direttive è
stata rilasciata una "Dichiarazione di conformità", depositata presso Western Digital
Europe.
La marca con el símbolo CE indica el cumplimiento de este sistema con las correspondientes directivas del Consejo de la Unión Europea, que incluye la Directiva
CEM (2004/108/CE) y la Directiva de bajo voltaje (2006/95/CE). Se ha realizado una
"Declaración de conformidad" de acuerdo con las directivas correspondientes y se
encuentra documentada en las instalaciones de Western Digital en Europa.
Märkning av CE-symbolen anger att detta systemet uppfyller kraven enligt det Europeiska Parlamentet och Rådets direktiv, inklusive EMC-direktivet (2004/108/EC) och
Direktivet om Lågspänning (2006/95/EC). En "Försäkran om Överensstämmelse"
har gjorts enligt de gällande direktiven och har registrerats hos Western Digital
Europa.
Merking med CE-symbolet indikerer dette systemets overholdelse av gjeldende
direktiver for EU, inkludert EMC-direktivet (2004/108/EC) og lavspenningsdirektivet
(2006/95/EC). En "samsvarserklæring" i henhold til gjeldende direktiver har blitt skrevet og finnes arkivert hos Western Digital Europe.
CE-merkintä osoittaa tämän järjestelmän yhdenmukaisuuden sovellettavissa olevien
Euroopan unionin neuvoston direktiivien kanssa, mukaan lukien EMC-direktiivi
(2004/108/EC), sekä alijännitedirektiivi (2006/95/EC). "Yhdenmukaisuusvakuutus"
sovellettavien direktiivien kanssa on tehty ja se on arkistoituna Western Digital
Europe:ssa.
Маркировка символом CE свидетельствует о соответствии настоящей
системы положениям применимых директив Совета Европейского Союза, в
том числе Директивы об электромагнитной совместимости (2004/108/EC) и
Директивы о низковольтном оборудовании (2006/95/EC). Заявление о
соответствии положениям применимых директив, сделанное компанией
Western Digital, находится в архиве её европейского подразделения
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Warranty Information (All Regions Except Australia/New Zealand)
Obtaining Service
WD values your business and always attempts to provide you the very best of service. If this Product requires
maintenance, either contact the dealer from whom you originally purchased the Product or visit our product
support Web site at http://support.wdc.com for information on how to obtain service or a Return Material
Authorization (RMA). If it is determined that the Product may be defective, you will be given an RMA number and
instructions for Product return. An unauthorized return (i.e., one for which an RMA number has not been issued)
will be returned to you at your expense. Authorized returns must be shipped in an approved shipping container,
prepaid and insured, to the address provided on your return paperwork. Your original box and packaging
materials should be kept for storing or shipping your WD product. To conclusively establish the period of
warranty, check the warranty expiration (serial number required) via http://support.wdc.com. WD shall have no
liability for lost data regardless of the cause, recovery of lost data, or data contained in any Product placed in its
possession.
Limited Warranty
WD warrants that the Product, in the course of its normal use, will for the term defined below, be free from
defects in material and workmanship and will conform to WD’s specification therefor. The term of your limited
warranty depends on the country in which your Product was purchased. The term of your limited warranty is for
2 years in the North, South and Central America region, 2 years in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa region,
and 3 years in the Asia Pacific region, unless otherwise required by law. The term of your limited warranty period
shall commence on the purchase date appearing on your purchase receipt. WD may at its discretion make
extended warranties available for purchase. WD shall have no liability for any Product returned if WD determines
that the Product was stolen from WD or that the asserted defect a) is not present, b) cannot reasonably be
rectified because of damage occurring before WD receives the Product, or c) is attributable to misuse, improper
installation, alteration (including removing or obliterating labels and opening or removing external enclosures,
unless the product is on the list of limited user-serviceable products and the specific alteration is within the scope
of the applicable instructions, as found at http://support.wdc.com), accident or mishandling while in the
possession of someone other than WD. Subject to the limitations specified above, your sole and exclusive
warranty shall be, during the period of warranty specified above and at WD’s option, the repair or replacement of
the Product with an equivalent or better Product. The foregoing warranty of WD shall extend to repaired or
replaced Products for the balance of the applicable period of the original warranty or ninety (90) days from the
date of shipment of a repaired or replaced Product, whichever is longer.
The foregoing limited warranty is WD’s sole warranty and is applicable only to products sold as new. The
remedies provided herein are in lieu of a) any and all other remedies and warranties, whether expressed, implied
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or statutory, including but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose, and b) any and all obligations and liabilities of WD for damages including, but not limited to accidental,
consequential, or special damages, or any financial loss, lost profits or expenses, or lost data arising out of or in
connection with the purchase, use, or performance of the Product, even if WD has been advised of the possibility
of such damages. In the United States, some states do not allow exclusion or limitations of incidental or
consequential damages, so the limitations above may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Warranty Information (Australia/New Zealand only)
For consumers purchasing products in Australia and New Zealand, please refer to this
warranty information.
Nothing in this warranty modifies or excludes your legal rights under the Australian Competition and Consumer
Act or the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act. This warranty identifies WD's preferred approach to
resolving warranty claims which is likely to be quick and simple for all parties.
No other warranties either express or implied by law, including but not limited to those contained in the Sale of
Goods Act, are made with respect to the Product. If you purchased your Product in New Zealand for the
purposes of a business, you acknowledge and agree that the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act does not
apply.
In Australia, our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You
are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable
loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if goods fail to be of acceptable
quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. What constitutes a major failure is set out in the
Australian Consumer Law.
Warranty
WD warrants that the Product, in the course of its normal use, will for the term defined below, be free from
defects in material and workmanship and will conform to WD’s specifications. The term of your warranty is 3
years in Australia and New Zealand, unless otherwise required by law. The term of your warranty period shall
commence on the purchase date appearing on your purchase receipt from an authorized distributor or
authorized reseller. Proof of purchase shall be required to be eligible for this warranty and to establish the
commencement date of this warranty. Warranty service will not be provided unless the Product is returned to an
authorized distributor, authorized reseller or regional WD return center where the Product was first shipped by
WD. WD may at its discretion make extended warranties available for purchase. WD shall have no liability for any
Product returned if WD determines that the Product was (i) not purchased from an authorized distributor or
authorized reseller, (ii) not used in accordance with WD specifications and instructions, (iii) not used for its
intended function, or (iv) stolen from WD, or that the asserted defect a) is not present, b) cannot reasonably be
rectified because of damage occurring before WD receives the Product, or c) is attributable to misuse, improper
installation, alteration (including removing or obliterating labels and opening or removing external enclosures,
including the mounting frame, unless the product is on the list of limited user-serviceable products and the
specific alteration is within the scope of the applicable instructions, as found at http://support.wdc.com),
accident or mishandling while in the possession of someone other than WD.
PRODUCTS ARE COMPLEX AND FRAGILE ITEMS THAT MAY OCCASSIONALY FAIL DUE TO (A)
EXTERNAL CAUSES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, MISHANDLING, EXPOSURE TO HEAT,
COLD, AND HUMIDITY, AND POWER FAILURES, OR (B) INTERNAL FAULTS. SUCH FAILURES CAN
RESULT IN THE LOSS, CORRUPTION, DELETION OR ALTERATION OF DATA. NOTE THAT YOU SHALL
BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOSS, CORRUPTION, DELETION OR ALTERATION OF DATA
HOWSOEVER CAUSED, AND FOR BACKING UP AND PROTECTING DATA AGAINST LOSS,
CORRUPTION, DELETION OR ALTERATION. YOU AGREE TO CONTINUALLY BACK UP ALL DATA ON
THE PRODUCT, AND TO COMPLETE A BACKUP PRIOR TO SEEKING ANY GENERAL SERVICE AND
TECHNICAL SUPPORT FROM WD.
In Australia, if the Product is not of a kind ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or
consumption, provided it is fair and reasonable to do so, WD limits its liability to replacement of the Product or
supply of equivalent or better Product.
This warranty shall extend to repaired or replaced Products for the balance of the applicable period of the original
warranty or ninety (90) days from the date of shipment of a repaired or replaced Product, whichever is longer.
This warranty is WD’s sole manufacturer's warranty and is applicable only to Products sold as new.
Obtaining Service
WD values your business and always attempts to provide you the very best of service. Should you encounter any
problem, please give us an opportunity to address it before returning this Product. Most technical support
questions can be answered through our knowledge base or e-mail support service at http://support.wdc.com. If
the answer is not available or, if you prefer, please contact WD at the applicable telephone number shown in the
front of this document.
If you wish to make a claim, you should initially contact the dealer from whom you originally purchased the
Product. If you are unable to contact the dealer from whom you originally purchased the Product, please visit our
product support Web site at http://support.wdc.com for information on how to obtain service or a Return
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Material Authorization (RMA). If it is determined that the Product may be defective, you will be given an RMA
number and instructions for Product return. An unauthorized return (i.e., one for which an RMA number has not
been issued) will be returned to you at your expense. Authorized returns must be shipped in an approved
shipping container, prepaid and insured, to the address provided with your RMA number. If following receipt of a
qualifying claim under this warranty, WD or the dealer from whom you originally purchased the Product
determines that your claim is valid, WD or such dealer shall, at its discretion, either repair or replace the Product
with an equivalent or better Product or refund the cost of the Product to you. You are responsible for any
expenses associated with a claim under this warranty. The benefits provided to you under this warranty are in
addition to other rights and remedies available to you under the Australian Competition and Consumer Act or the
New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act.
Your original box and packaging materials should be kept for storing or shipping your WD product. To
conclusively establish the period of warranty, check the warranty expiration (serial number required) via http://
support.wdc.com.
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Index
A
Accessories 3
AccuWeather.com 96
advanced features 172
aspect ratio
normal 174
troubleshooting 210
widescreen 174
audio channel 45
audio lip sync 45
audio output 174
audio/video
autosource function 6
supported interfaces 6
Audio/Video menus
aspect ratio 174
audio output 174
video output 173
auto play function 195
autosource function 6
B
background 180
C
chapter selection 43
clear media library 30
compatibility 10
operating systems 10
composite AV
connection 15
connectors 7
connectors 7
D
dashboard 27
options 29
Deezer 99
add to playlist 102
deleting an account 103
exit 103
favorite radios 102
my music 101
player 101
playlists 101
radios 101
search 103
signing in 100
top charts 103
digital camera support 60
disk manager 199
display troubleshooting 210
DLNA media server 192
Dolby
dynamic range control setting 177
DRC 177
dynamic range control setting 177
E
Eject function
button 23, 24
procedure 21
encoding support 198
environmental compliance (China) 222
error messages 213
F
Facebook
friends 106
newsfeed 106
notifications 104
photos 104
photos options 105
sign out 108
signing in 104
videos 106
videos options 107
videos player 107
wall 106
features 6
AV interfaces 6
menus 6
supported file formats 215
supported file systems 7
USB support 7
file formats
image 58
playlist 215
subtitle 215
troubleshooting 214
file system
supported 7
troubleshooting 213
Files
options 68
sorting 67
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view 67
firmware
auto detect new 201
check latest 201
firmware upgrade
procedure 208
troubleshooting 212
Flickr 109
exit 115
exploring for contents 109
my contacts 112
my tags 113
photostream 114
player 114
searching for a member 112
searching for contents 110
Flixster 116
folder lock 197
folder sharing 80
Mac 86
Windows 7 81
Windows Vista 84
Windows XP 86
folder view
music 51
photos 59
videos 37
G
Games 169, 170
GNU general public license 224
GPL software 224
H
HD media player
error messages 213
HDMI
connection 13
connectors 7
Home
button 22, 24
error messages 213
Music 50
overview 26
Photos 58
screen navigation 27
Setup 172
Videos 36
Home Theater
connection 16
I
I/O connectors
composite AV 7
HDMI 7
Toslink 7
USB ports 7
information panel
music 55
photo 65
videos 47
installation
composite AV connection 15
HDMI connection 13, 16
power connection 11, 13, 14, 15
procedures 11
requirements 10
USB connection 20
iTunes server 192
K
keyboard 34
L
language setup 178
LED indicators 8
power 8
LED light control 200
Linux 79
Live TV 169
Live365 117
adding a station to your preset list 122
exit 123
getting track information 123
listening 119
providing song feedback 123
removing a station from your preset
list 122
searching 121
sign in 117
signing out 123
local storage 77
locating media content
manual search 31
Search function 32
M
maintenance
system 208
media library
clear 30
exemptions 206
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media library compilation
categories 30
enable 30
error messages 213
exemptions 30
overview 29, 206
media server 78, 80
menus overview 6
metadata 197
meta-source manager 197
MLB.TV 124
Music
audio track display 184
auto play 195
background music info panel 184
browser display 185
folder view 51
media library compilation categories 30
menu options 52
playback controls 54
playback options 55
playback procedures 50
playback screen 55
playback sequence setting 184
settings 184
shuffle mode 57
sort & filter 51
supported formats 215
use in slideshow 65
my media library 77
N
navigation buttons 22, 24
Netflix 128
existing membership 128
navigation 128
new membership 128
network services
folder sharing 80
Web UI 88
Network settings
check connection 191
clear login info for network share 192
device name 191
DLNA media server 192
iTunes server 192
network setup 187
network share server 192
previously
connected
wireless
network 191
proxy 192
workgroup 192
Network setup
Ethernet 69
wireless 70
network share 78
network share (Linux) 79
network share (NFS) 79
NFS 79
NTSC 174
O
on-screen keyboard 34
operating precautions 1
operating system requirements 10
Operation
auto play 195
sync from network folder 195
synchronize from USB storage 195
P
package contents 10
PAL 174
Pandora 129
bookmarking a song or artist 134
providing song feedback 133
QuickMix 133
signing in 130
stations 131
why a song is in my station’s
playlist 134
parental control 198
Photo settings
photo scaling 186
slideshow interval time 186
slideshow sequence 185
slideshow transition 185
Photos
browser display 186
large grid view 186
list mode 185
list view 186
small grid view 186
thumbnail mode 185
digital camera support 60
display options 63
folder view 59
information panel 65
media library compilation categories 31
menu options 61
pan options 63
rotate 63
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set as background 62
sort & filter 59
supported formats 215
view 58
zoom options 63
Picasa 135
deleting an account 141
display options 140
featured 141
menu options 139
My Photos 138
people I’m following 141
recent 141
searching for content 137
video player 141
Play To 6
playlist
supported formats 215
videos, playback 37, 51
power
AC connector 7
cable connection 11
global AC adapter configurations 11
LED indicator 8
power button 22, 24
turn on 13, 14, 15
power button 8
product
accessories 3
obtaining service 222
overview 4
recording information 3
registration 3
regulatory compliance 220
safety information 1
warranty 222, 223
R
register your media center 199
regulatory compliance 220
environmental compliance (China) 222
remote control 9
remote controller 9
buttons and functions 22
delete music preset 194
layout 9
settings 194
troubleshooting 211
virtual 89
Web UI 89
repeat mode
music 56
reset switch 7
reset to factory defaults 200
restart device 201
RoHS 222
RSS
adding feeds 171
reading feeds 171
Web UI 92
RSS ticker 182
S
Samba 78
screensaver
delay 181
style 181
Search function
button 22, 24
procedure 32
security 197
folder lock 197
parental control 198
store demo mode 198
select content source
local storage 77
login 80
media server 78, 80
my media library 77
network share 78
network share (Linux) 79
network share (NFS) 79
Services
add to Favorites 95
settings
apply new values 173
Audio/Video menu 173
network 187
System menu 187
Setup 172
About 205
additional encoding support 198
appearance 178
audio/video output 173
auto detect new firmware 201
background 180
check latest firmware 201
device registration 199
device restart 201
device security 197
disk manager 199
get content info 196
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language 178
LED light control 200
media library 195
meta-source manager 197
mobile access 202
music settings 184
navigation buttons 173
photo settings 185
remote controller settings 194
reset to factory defaults 200
RSS ticker 182
screen size calibration 178
screensaver delay 181
screensaver style 181
select time zone 195
setup menu bar 172
setup screen navigation 173
theme 178
video settings 182
setup 172
shared folder 79
shares
Windows 78
Shoutcast Radio 142
about 145
adding a station to your favorites
list 143
assigning a preset button to a
station 144
listening 142
listening to a station in your favorites
list 144
removing a station from your preset
list 145
searching 143
top radios 145
slideshow
interval time 186
music background 65
playback controls 66
sequence setting 185
shuffle and repeat 185
transition 185
troubleshooting 211
view 65
Software, GPL 224
Spotify 146
adding a track to a playlist 148
browse album artist 149
collaborate on a playlist 149
delete account 152
inbox 151
people 147, 151
play mode 149
radios 151
searching 147
share 150
third party licenses 224
top lists 151
view biography 150
what’s new 151
store demo mode 198
subtitle
adjust 44
border setting 183
default setting 183
enable 43
font size setting 183
supported formats 215
sync
from network folder 195
from USB storage 195
system compatibility 10
system reset
service accounts 200
system 200
T
temperature display 97
theme 178
thumbnail support for media files 31
time
setting 195
Toslink
connectors 7
troubleshooting 210
audio 211
content playback 213
display 210
error messages 213
firmware upgrade 212
media library compilation 213
remote control 211
USB device 211
TuneIn 153
adding a station to your preset list 155
getting station information 156
listening 154
listening to a station in your preset
list 155
removing a station from your preset
list 155
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reporting problems 156
searching 154
sign in 153
signing out 157
TwonkyMedia 90
U
USB device
connection 20
disconnection 21
Eject button 23, 24
error messages 213
media library 206
media library compilation 29
removal 21
supported devices 7
troubleshooting 211
USB ports 7
V
Video
menu options 38
video output
component 174
composite 173
Video settings
browser display 183
subtitle border 183
subtitle default 183
subtitle font size 183
video sequence 183
Videos
aspect ratio 174
audio channel 45
audio lip sync 45
auto play 195
browser display
gallery view 183
large grid view 183
list view 183
preview view 183
small grid view 183
DVD navigation 48
folder view 37
information panel 47
media library compilation categories 31
pan options 45
playback controls 42
playback options 43
playback procedures 36
screen size calibration 178
settings 182
sort & filter 37
subtitles 43
supported formats 215
video output setting 173
view chapter 43
zoom options 45
videos
supported resolutions 7
W
warranty information 222
Australia/New Zealand 223
WD Link 18
WD Photos 202
upload content 204
weather 96
change temperature display 97
Web UI 88
launching 88
logout 92
RSS 92
status bar 92
support 92
system 89
TwonkyMedia 90
widescreen setup 174
Windows
shares 78
Windows 7
Play To 6
Windows pairing code 189
wireless network profiles 191
wireless network setup 70
get Windows pairing code 189
Y
YouTube 158
adding videos to a playlist 167
adding videos to favorites 166
deleting an account from the media
player 167
encoding support 167
featured videos 162
like or dislike videos 166
most popular 163
most viewed 163
my account 136, 159
options 164
player 164
preferences 164
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related videos 165
restricted video content 167
search history 138, 161
searching for videos 160
signing in 135, 158
top favorites 161
top rated 163
Z
zoom options
photos 63
videos 45
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