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Zen Vision at a Glance .......... ........................ .............. 5 Zen Vision - Front View ....... ......................... ................. 5 Zen Vision - Side Views ....... ......................... ................. 8 Zen Vision - Top and Bottom Views .
Using Zen Vision as a Remo vable Disk ....................... 48 Changing the Amount of Hard Disk Space in Removable Disk Mode ........... ............................... .......................... 51 Stopping Zen Vision Properl y ................... .
Zen Vision at a Glance 5 Zen Vision at a Glance After completing the setup instructions in the Quick Start booklet, take some time to read this User’ s Guide to learn ho w to g et the most out of your play er .
Zen Vision at a Glance 6 Infrared receiver Enables y ou to control your pla yer via the IR remote control (a vailable separ ately). Menu/Bac k button Displa ys the main menu, which contains most of your pla yer's f eatures. Press to return to the pre vious screen or menu.
Zen Vision at a Glance 7 Previous/Re wind button Press this button to go the pre vious trac k. Press and hold this button to mo ve bac k within a track. NO TE In the process of Liquid Cr ystal Display (LCD) manuf acturing, instances of one or more pix e ls appearing in a dark or fix ed color , or in an unchanging state, ma y occur .
Zen Vision at a Glance 8 Zen Vision - Side Views 1 2 3 4.
Zen Vision at a Glance 9 Compact Flash memory card slot Inser t a memor y card into this slot. For more inf or mation, see "Inser ting a Memor y Card" on page 15. Headphone jack Connect ear phones to this jack. A/V Out jack T o con veniently view videos or photos stored in y our play er , connect your TV set to this jack.
Zen Vision at a Glance 10 Zen Vision - T op and Bottom Vie ws 1 2 3 4 5 7 6.
Zen Vision at a Glance 11 V olume Decrease b utton Decreases the v olume. Press and hold to decrease the volume quic kly . V olume Increase b utton Increases the v olume. Press and hold to increase the v olume quickly . Po w e r sw i t c h T urns your pla yer on and off.
Zen Vision at a Glance 12 T urning Zen Vision On and Off 1 T o turn on your pla yer , slide the P ower s w itch towards the P ower icon and hold it there until the LCD lights up . 2 T o turn off your pla yer , slide the P ower s w itch tow ards the P ower icon and hold it there until Shutting down.
Zen Vision at a Glance 13 Up button Press to go to the menu option or selection abo ve the current selection. OK button Press to select the highlighted menu option or selection on the screen. Right button Press to go to the menu option or select ion to the right of the current selection.
Zen Vision at a Glance 14 Navigating Menus Press the Up or Down na vigation button to mov e ver tically in a menu. Y ou can also use the Left or Right na vigation buttons to mov e horizontally .
Zen Vision at a Glance 15 Inserting a Memor y Card F or information on transf err ing files from your memory card to your pla yer , see "T ransf erring content from your memor y card" on page 28. 1 Align the memor y card with the Compact Flash memor y card slot as shown below .
Zen Vision at a Glance 16 2 Gently push the memor y card into the Compact Flash memor y card slot. NO TE Do not force the memor y card into the Compact Flash memor y card slot.
Zen Vision at a Glance 17 3 T o remov e the memor y card, pull ou t the memor y card as shown below . NO TE T o av oid per manent damage: ■ DO NO T shake the memory card when removing it. ■ Remov e the memor y card only when when yo ur pla yer is at the Main Menu or when your pla yer is turned off .
Zen Vision at a Glance 18 Connecting Y our Play er to a TV T o view y our play er’ s content on a larger sc reen, connect your pla yer to a TV . T o do this, you m ust use the supplied video cable. 1 Slide the P ower s witch on your pla yer tow ard s the P ower icon and hold it there until the LCD lights up .
Zen Vision at a Glance 19 6 Connect your pla yer to a TV with t he supplied video cab le as shown below . DO NO T use a standard video cable. COMP IN L AUDIO R 1 5 2 4 3.
Zen Vision at a Glance 20 A/V Out jack Connect the supplied video cable to this jac k on your pla yer . Video In jack Connect the yello w connector on your vide o cable to this jac k on your TV . A udio In (Left) jack Connect the white connector on your video cab le to this jack on y our TV .
Zen Vision at a Glance 21 Locking Zen Vision Locking Zen Vision disab les all the controls on Zen Vision. Lock Zen Vision when y ou want to pre vent b u ttons from being accidently pressed. T o lock Zen Vision Slide the P ower s witch towards the Loc k icon.
Zen Vision at a Glance 22 Main Applications Creativ e MediaSource Pla yer/Organizer , Creative Media Explorer and Creativ e Media T oolbo x applications are included with your Ze n Vision. These applications are installed when you set up the Zen Vision softw are on your computer .
Zen Vision at a Glance 23 Creative MediaSource Pla yer/Organizer Creativ e MediaSource Pla yer/Organizer is y our digital music center for pla ying, creating, organizing, synchronizing and transf err ing digital music.
Zen Vision at a Glance 24 Creative Media T oolbo x Creativ e Media T oolbo x provides a single point of access to software applications f or cleaning, organizing and conv er ting your media files.
T ransferring and Managing Content 25 T ransferring and Mana ging Content About Content T ypes Creativ e Zen Vision pla ys many diff erent types of content, including videos, TV recordings , audio trac ks and still photos.
T ransferring and Managing Content 26 T ransferring Content T ransferring content fr om your computer 1 Connect Zen Vision to your computer’ s USB por t with the supplied USB cable. 2 Double-clic k the My Computer icon on your desktop . 3 Click the Creative Media Explorer icon.
T ransferring and Managing Content 27 4 T o transf er audio files, videos, TV prog ram re cordings or photos to your pla yer , click the Import Media button and f ollow the instructions on the screen. 5 T o transf er data files to your pla yer , click the T ransfer Documents b utton.
T ransferring and Managing Content 28 T ransferring content fr om your memory car d All content in your memory card is transf e rr ed to your pla yer . T ransf erred photos and videos can be view ed on your pla yer . Other f iles need to be viewed on y our computer .
T ransferring and Managing Content 29 8 T o transf er new content from a pre viously tr ansf erred folder in the same memor y card, Select Append from Compact Flash . NO TE ■ Y ou cannot transfer content from y o ur play er to your memory card. ■ Y our pla yer only suppor ts memor y cards f or matted in F A T16 or F A T32 file systems.
T ransferring and Managing Content 30 Synchr onizing Content Y ou can use Sync Manager to update and sy nchroniz e music, photos, videos , contacts, calender and tasks in Zen Vision and your computer . 1 Connect Zen Vision to your computer . 2 Star t Sync Manager .
T ransferring and Managing Content 31 Managing Videos T o pla y videos, you m ust first transfer the videos to y our play er . For more inf or mation, see "T ransf erring Content" on page 26. The transfe rred videos are categorized b y name, with duration, in y o ur pla yer’ s Video Library .
T ransferring and Managing Content 32 Deleting a video 1 In the main menu, Select Videos . 2 Use the navigation b uttons to highlight the video that you want to delete .
T ransferring and Managing Content 33 Managing Photos With Creative Zen Vision’ s high-capacity stor age , you can store thousands of photos in your pla yer , and ev en set up a slide show , so that you can share memories with friends and f amily . Photos are categorized by name in Photo Libr ar y .
T ransferring and Managing Content 34 Viewing photo inf ormation 1 In the main menu, Select Photos . 2 Select Pictures . 3 Select a photo . 4 Press the Options button. 5 Select View Details . Y ou can see inf or mation for that photo displa yed on y our play er’ s screen.
T ransferring and Managing Content 35 Managing A udio When audio trac ks are transferred to y our play er , they are organiz ed into the follo wing Music Library categor ies: ■ Now Pla ying ■ Play.
T ransferring and Managing Content 36 Playing a trac k 1 In the main menu, Select Music Library . 2 Select a categor y (album, artist, playlist or genre). A list of trac ks from the categor y appear . 3 Select a trac k. 4 Select Play . T rac k playbac k star ts.
T ransferring and Managing Content 37 Adding a trac k to the Now Playing f older 1 In the main menu, Select Music Library . 2 Select a categor y (album, artist, playlist or genre). A list of trac ks in the categor y appear . 3 Select a trac k. 4 Press the Options button.
T ransferring and Managing Content 38 Creating a playlist Add trac ks, ar tists, albums or genres to a pla y list to play bac k selected tracks in a specific order . Y ou can only create a pla y list fr om trac ks in the Now Playing f older . 1 In the main menu, Select Music Library .
T ransferring and Managing Content 39 Inserting a bookmark Y ou can insert bookmar ks during playbac k. A bookmark helps you mark a point within a trac k, so you can retur n to it at a later time. F or example, if y ou are listening to your record ing of an interview , inser t a bookmark if you need to stop halfwa y through.
T ransferring and Managing Content 40 Clearing a bookmark 1 Press the Menu/Bac k button. The main menu appears . 2 Select Music Library . 3 Select Bookmarks .
T ransferring and Managing Content 41 Using FM Radio Listening to the radio 1 Make sure y our ear phones are connected to y our pla yer when scanning f or radio stations. The ear phone cable acts as an antenna f or radio reception. 2 In the main menu, Select FM Radio .
T ransferring and Managing Content 42 Renaming a radio preset 1 In the main menu, Select FM Radio . 2 Select a preset. 3 Press the Options button. 4 Select Name preset . 5 Use the navigation b uttons to type a name for y our preset. 6 When complete, select OK .
T ransferring and Managing Content 43 Recording With Zen Vision Recording radio br oadcasts 1 While listening to a radio broadcast, press the Options button and select Recor d Radio to star t recording. 2 While recording, you can press the Options b utton and select one of the following items: ■ Pau s e P auses the recording.
T ransferring and Managing Content 44 Recording with the b uilt-in microphone 1 In the main menu, Select Micr ophone . 2 Press the Options button and select Start Recording to star t recording. 3 While recording, you can press the Options b utton and select one of the following items: ■ Pau s e P auses the recording.
T ransferring and Managing Content 45 Playing recor ded tracks 1 In the main menu, Select Music Library . 2 Select Recordings . 3 Select the recording you w ant to play . NO TE Y ou can also press and hold the Play/P ause button to start playing the recording.
Using Zen Vision’ s Organizer F eatures 46 Using Zen Vision’ s Or ganiz er Features Zen Vision can store contacts, calenda r events and tasks fr om Microsoft Outlook ® . Read on to learn how to use these or ganiz er features. Synchr onizing With Microsoft Outlook 1 Connect Zen Vision to your computer .
Using Zen Vision’ s Organizer F eatures 47 Viewing the Calendar 1 In the main menu, Select Organizer . 2 Select Calendar . 3 Use the navigation b uttons to move betw een mo nths and days in the selected month. Use the Ne xt/F ast-Forward or Pre vious/Rewind buttons to mov e between months.
Storing Data Files in Zen Vision 48 Storing Data Files in Zen Vision Y ou can use Zen Vision to store backup copies of y our computer’ s data files, or use it to transfer files fr om one co mputer to another . Use Zen Vision as a Remov able Disk if y ou want to use Zen Vision to transfer files between different computer s.
Storing Data Files in Zen Vision 49 4 Connect Zen Vision to your comput er using the supplied USB cab le..
Storing Data Files in Zen Vision 50 Zen Vision appears as a Remov able Disk under My Computer . 5 Use the drag-and-drop method to cop y files to and from Zen Vision. 6 When you ha ve finished cop ying files, saf ely disconnect Zen Vision using the Windows Eject or Safely Remo ve Hard ware icon on the T askbar .
Storing Data Files in Zen Vision 51 Changing the Amount of Hard Disk Space in Remo vab le Disk Mode Y ou can change the amount of hard disk sp ace in Remo vab le Disk mode at anytime. 1 In the main menu, Select Extras . 2 Select Removable Disk . 3 Press the Options button.
Storing Data Files in Zen Vision 52 Stopping Zen Vision Properl y T o pre vent data loss , ensure that: ■ you ha ve disconnected Zen Vision properly in Windows before unplugging it from the USB port.
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 53 Adjusting Y our Pla yer’ s Settings Y our play er offers y ou many settings. Y ou can select equalization presets, adjust display settings, enab le visual and audio feedback, set the default language or reset y our player .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 54 A udio Settings Y ou can change Zen Vision’ s pla y mode, equa lization preset or built-in speak er output from the A udio Settings menu: 1 In the main menu, Select System . 2 Select A u dio Settings . Play Mode When pla ying audio tracks, y ou can choose to change the play mode .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 55 Speaker Y ou can enab le or disable y our play er’ s b uilt-in speaker . Select Off to disab le your pla yer’ s speaker . Select Au t o to automatically detect ear phones, If no earphones are connected to your pla yer , audio will pla y back from your pla yer’ s speaker .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 56 Photo and Video Settings Y ou can adjust Zen Vision’ s slideshow in terval and displa y settings from the Photo/Video Settings menu. 1 In the main menu, Select System . 2 Select Photo/Video Settings . Slideshow Interv al Y ou can specify the n umber of seconds to display each photo .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 57 Setting Preferences T o personalize y our play er : 1 In the main menu, Select System . 2 Select Play er Settings . User Name 1 Select Owner . 2 Use the Navigation b uttons to create a user name. Backlight Duration 1 Select Backlight Time .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 58 Sleep Timer 1 Select Sleep Timer . 2 Use the Up or Down na vigation buttons to increase or decrease the duration y ou want y our play er to wait before automatically shutting do wn. Infrared 1 Select IR Remote .
Adjusting Y our Play er’s Settings 59 Theme Y ou can change y our play er’ s display design b y selecting a different theme . 1 In the main menu, Select System . 2 Select Theme . 3 Select the theme that you w ant. Language Y ou can change the def ault language for your pla yer .
F requently Asked Questions 60 Frequently Asked Questions This section cover s questions you might have while using y our play er . It has been divided into a fe w categories for y our easy reference . For further assistance, you ma y wish to consult our self-help tool "Knowledge Base".
F requently Asked Questions 61 Can I jog with m y Zen Vision? Y ou should not subject Zen Vision to contin uous shocks, such as those that are lik ely to occur while you jog or run. Can I transfer Digital Rights Management (DRM) pr otected WMA files to my play er? Y es .
F requently Asked Questions 62 I have to rec harge Zen Vision’ s battery quite often. Is there anything I can do to make it last longer? Generally , any operation requiring Zen Vision to access the hard disk uses batter y pow er . Consequently , filling your pla yer to capac ity is not recommended.
F requently Asked Questions 63 Do I need to defragment Zen Vision har d disk drive? Zen Vision ma y occasionally operate at less than optimal performance f or a number of reasons, f or example , if Music Librar y is rebuilt frequently when no changes are made to it.
F requently Asked Questions 64 My Zen Vision wired remote control is not w orking. What do I do? ■ Make sure the wired remote control’ s Lock switch is not in the Loc k position. ■ Make sure the wired remote control is properly connected to Zen Vision, and the earphones are properly connected to the wired remote control.
F requently Asked Questions 65 What does the PlaysForSure logo mean? The Pla ysForSure logo mak es it easy to find di gital music stores that are compatible with your pla yer . If you see the Pla ysF orSure logo , you can be sure that the music bought can be pla yed on your pla yer .
Safety Advice 66 Safety Ad vice Refer to the f ollowing information to use y our play er safely , and to reduce the chance of electric shoc k, shor t-circuiting, damage, fire, hearing impairment or other hazards. ■ Do not dismantle or attempt to repair your pla yer , batter y or power adapter .
General Specifications 67 General Specifications Pow e r S o u rc e ■ Battery: 1 x Rechargeable Lithium Ion batter y ■ DC IN 5V when connected to a power outlet Playbac k Formats ■ Audio pla yba.
General Specifications 68 Connectors ■ DC IN 5V jack ■ Headphone jack: 3.5 mm (1/8") ster eo minijac k, 25 mW per channel ■ A V OUT jack: P AL or NTSC ■ Compact Flash memory card slot ■ Docking connector ■ USB 2.0 por t: Standard USB mini-B receptacle USB 2.
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