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User Manual SideWinder 3. Ver 4.0 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the Xtreamer SideWinder 3 media player, a state-ofthe-art consumer electronic device that will enrich your home multimedia
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User Manual SideWinder 3. Ver 4.0 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the Xtreamer SideWinder 3 media player, a state-ofthe-art consumer electronic device that will enrich your home multimedia experience. Xtreamer SideWinder 3 is a new generation Realtek based media player equipped with enhanced top quality hardware commonly used in high-end computing and consumer electronic solution. It has an additional memory, USB 3.0 slave connection for high-speed data transfer, GB LAN and can be equipped with one 2.5 HDD. With Xtreamer SideWinder 3 media player you can bring your movies, music and images to your living room, get rid of that bulky DVD collection, access hundreds of internet feeds and channels, check your favorite online services and social nets, browse the web, stream from your ios device via Airplay or DLNA streaming, use Android applications and so on. This is the first media player that incorporates the full 3D support. Enjoy a full movie theater experience at home. In Xtreamer SideWinder 3 we also introduce Android support giving you the wide world of thousands of Android applications. Due to the rapid development of our product we cannot possibly guarantee that this Guide will include all its features. So if you have questions please feel free to browse the Xtreamer Knowledge base or contact our staff. Please make sure to visit our site for the Xtreamer news, official announcements and firmware upgrade. 2 Table of contents Page 5 Hard Drive installation and connections Page 11 Remote Control Functions Page 15 Main Menu and Settings Page 28 Basic Functions Movie, music and image playback Page 36 Movie Jukebox Page 43 Music Player Page 50 Advanced Functions Internet, Android, Playlists etc Page 64 Network Setup Page 68 NFS Shortcut setup Page 73 Settings up Network Shares Page 96 Transmission Bit-Torrent client Page 98 Android App installation Page 103 Firmware Upgrade and Emergency Procedure Page 107 Useful Links Connections Hard-Disk Installation 01. Open the hard disk cover on the front panel 02. Connect the HDD guard to a 2,5 HDD as shown on the picture. Fasten the screws. 03. As shown here, slowly and carefully push the HDD guard together with the HDD into the main body of Xtreamer SideWinder 3. 6 Connections Video & Audio Output Connections ㆍHDMI cable connection Connect HDMI cable to HDMI terminal at the back of product. Connect the remaining cable terminal to HDMI terminal at the back of a digital TV. Make sure to carefully distinguish between input and output terminals. ㆍComposite cable connection Connect yellow cable for video signal to the terminal located at the back of side of TV. Then, select external input of TV. Connect the remaining red and white terminal cables to the left/ right and audio output terminal at the back of the device. Then, connect red and white cables to the left/ right terminal of DTV input or component audio input located at the back of a digital TV. 7 Connection ㆍComponent cable connection Connect the green, blue and red terminal cables to the Xtreamer SideWinder 3 and TV in accordance with the color scheme; connect white AV cable to L terminal, and red AV cable to R terminal. (Component cable is an optional item) 8 Connection ㆍOptical cable connection You can enjoy high-quality 5.1CH sound when connected to an amplifier or a receiver with optical cable. Connect optical cable to Optical port on Xtreamer SideWinder 3 as shown above. Then, connect to an amplifier or a receiver. ( Optical cable is optional ) ㆍCoaxial cable connection You can enjoy high-quality 5.1CH sound when connected to an amplifier or a receiver with coaxial output cable. Connect coaxial cable to coaxial port on Xtreamer SideWinder 3 as shown above. Then, connect to an amplifier or a receiver. ( Coaxial cable is optional ) 9 Connection Connect to the Network ㆍWired and Wireless Network Wireless IP Sharing Router To set up your network connection please check the Settings guide below. To setup shared folders on your local network, please refer to this online guide or check a dedicated section below. 10 Remote Functions Remote Control Functions 12 General Remote Control Functions 1 POWER Power on / off Page mode in browser, special functions Bookmarks, playlist, special functions 5 Address bar input, special functions 6 Special functions, playlist operations ADD Add 10 EJECT Eject for DVD 11 DELETE Delete 12 ZOOM To enlarge and reduce screen/ repeatedly pressing for adjusting zooming percentage/moving to position of enlarged output by using direction keys./ Setup the X,Y position on screen 13 GOTO To select file in the same title or to execute shortcut to the already designated chapter position/shortcut to the desired time position 14 MENU 15 SETUP Opens a list of available functions in Media Library and during playback, allows access to DVD menu. Function available when playing media file or using menu s in VIDEO IN screen to display various setup screens 16 FUNC Opens a list of available file functions in Media Library 17 TVOUT Toggle Video Output Modes and resolution (HDMI, AV) - double press 18 REFRESH Refreshes the lists 19 PREVIEW 20 BOOKMARK 21 INFO To turn on/ off preview screen automatically displayed in media play file search mode Supports adding a file to bookmark and to show bookmark lists To display the current status function available while playback / Open information of the movie playing 13 General Remote Control Functions 22 RETURN Return to previous screen 23 NAVIGATION KEYS To move the cursor and select files 24 ENTER 25 PLAY/PAUSE To confirm selection / play. When used to play a file toggles singlefile playback. To play and pause a selected file. When used toggles consecutive (file-by-file) playback. 26 STOP To stop playback 27 HOME To return to the Main Menu. 28 PGUP To move to previous chapter or file (list) 29 PGDN To move to next chapter or file (list) 30 VOLUME Volume adjustment 31 AUDIO Option to change or select multiple audio tracks 32 SUBTITLE Opens Subtitle browser 33 RWD/FWD 1.5x/2x/4x/8x/16x/32x speed, function available in movie files, mp3 as well sound output available in 2x speed 34 SHUFFLE To change play sequence to shuffle 35 REPEAT To repeat file in play or to repeat all media files in the corresponding folder 36 A-B To set zone repetition 37 LED Turns On/Off LED part of Xtreamer 38 SLEEP Can be used to set the timer to turn off the player 39 16:9 Screen shifts into 16:9/16:10/4:3 ratio during playback 40 ANGLE Used if Angle is supported in a DVD file. 41 MUTE Mutes the sound 42 NTSC Change output to NTSC 43 PAL Change output to PAL 44 SYNC SUBTITLE Adjust subtitle files to synch with a movie file(100ms/ 0.1sec) 45 EJECT Eject disc 46 TITLE Go to title menu (DVD-Video) 47 URL 48 SEARCH This function will be supported in the future. This function will be supported in the future. 14 Main Menu and Settings Main Menu Favorites Under FAVORITES you can find the shortcuts to the files and folders you added to your Favorites list as well as the playlists you created History HISTORY tab gives you a quick access to the Recently Played and Recently Added files. Media Library MEDIA LIBRARY is your getaway to the contents of your local storage and the network, as well as the Xtreamer Movie Jukebox and the new Music Player Android ANDROID tab is your conduit to the wide and exciting world of Android OS with its tens of thousands of applications. Enjoy advanced web browsers, file managers, Internet Radio, online feeds and channels, reading documents, browsing Google maps and a more. Download and install new apps. App APP screen give you access to the built-in Internet applications and the Web-Browser as well as Shoutcast radio stations, xlive and other RSS-based projects. Settings And finally SETTINGS which are very intuitive and user-friendly and allow you to easily configure your device to suit all your multi-media needs. 16 Basic Setup 1. Adjusting output mode with TV output and Video output 1. Automatically adjust the TV output mode when connected via HDMI cable. Cycle through available resolutions. Remote Control Key: TVOUT // Press 2 times consecutively 2.. Connect Component / Composite cable Please note that video might suffer when connected via analogue. Remote Control Key: TVOUT // Press 2 times consecutively Different regions use different output standards: -- PAL(B) : HDMI Auto, 576P 50Hz, 720P 50Hz, 1080i 50Hz, 1080P 50Hz Europe, South Africa, Middle East, China, Austria, India -- NTSC : HDMI Auto, 480P 60Hz, 720P 60Hz, 1080i 60Hz, 1080P 60Hz Korea, Japan, US, Canada, Taiwan, Philippines, Colombia 2. Select OSD language menu (default : English) Select the OSD language. Setting Look and Feel Menu Language Select 3. Select Subtitle\ID3-Tag encoding(default : Unicode(UTF8) ) Select the subtitle code. Setting Look and Feel Text Encoding Select. 4. Select Audio Output. Select the audio setting according to your audio system. HDMI Outut Setting Audio HDMI Output Select SPDIF Output Setting Audio SPDIF Output Select 17 Settings Video TV System You will be able to select proper display resolution and video output type. PAL (B) (50Hz) NTSC (60Hz) Display Resolution Europe, Greenland, South Africa, the Middle East, China, Austria, India, Indonesia. Korea, the USA, Japan, Canada, Taiwan, the Philippines, Colombia. HDMI Auto / NTSC / PAL / 480P / 576P / 720P 50Hz / 720P 60Hz / 1080i 50Hz / 1080i 60Hz / 1080P 50Hz / 1080P Supported. In some cases, display resolution on your TV can not be supported due to inactivity; therefore, you should check your TV specification. 1080P 24Hz This feature allows you 1080P 24Hz output when playing Blu-ray files (BD); however, this function is only available when Xtreamer is connected using a HDMI cable to a TV that supports 24Hz frame rate. Note for 1080p 24p - TV, AV amp and media file you use must support 1080P 24Hz and your media file should be encoded 1080P fps. - If video isn t properly played by selecting *ON+, you will be required to select *Off+. - The initial TV screen can be flickering when you switch on 1080P 24Hz mode 18 Settings Video Aspect Ratio You will be able to select Aspect Ratio type of movie screen for playback. PanScan 4:3 LetterBox 4:3 16:9 Ratio converted to 4:3 Ratio is referred to as high definition TV. It will reduce scan lines to 4:3. 16:9 Ratio converted to 4:3 Ratio is referred to as your TV. It will decompress image to 4:3. 16:9 Video is fully displayed in 16:9 DVD frame as well as 4:3 Ratio fully displayed. 16:10 It enables you to add letterboxing bars above and below video screen, meanwhile, your TV maintains its aspect ratio of 16:9, e.g. 16:9=1920x1080 / 16:10=1920x1200. Brightness Brightness in video refers to the luminance portion of a video signal. It enables you to use Increase Brightness and Decrease Brightness commands by pressing [SETUP] button on your remote during playback. Contrast Allow you to adjust video contrast when using Increase Contrast and Decrease Contrast commands by pressing [SETUP] button on your remote during playback. Hue This option provides how to use the Hue adjustment to enhance your colors. Along the way, you will be able to use Increase Hue and Decrease Hue commands by pressing [SETUP] button on your remote during playback. Saturation This feature, saturation is one of three coordinates in the HSL and HSV color spaces. It enables you to use Increase Saturation and Decrease Saturation commands by pressing [SETUP] button on your remote while playback. 19 Settings Audio HDMI Output Select a desired configuration for your digital audio output. SPDIF output Select a desired configuration for your optical audio output. Night Mode Off On Outputting raw sound. It provides high-definition audio that is identical to, and every bit as spectacular as, the master recording. In spite of decreasing volume, you will be able to experience incredible surround sound that puts you right in the middle of the action without disturbing others. Comfort You will be able to hear every tiny sound in rich detail as well as comfortable sound levels solely for you. Lip Sync Audio and video synchronization options. 20 Settings Network Set up Wired or Wireless Network On the Settings - Network screen you can setup your Xtreamer to connect to your home network. You can use Wired or Wireless connection and give your Xtreamer a specific name under which it will appear on your Network. Refer to the dedicated section of this guide (or refer to this article) for setting up network on Xtreamer. Accessing your Computer Please note that in order to access your home computer you will need to set up Shared folders. Check the dedicated section below. If you want learn how to setup shortcuts to NFS shares on Xtreamer, please refer to the dedicated section ( refer to this guide). 21 Settings System Configuration Time Zone Time zone selected time zone of Xtreamer. Select your time zone. HDD Format This feature supports internal HDD format function. Formatted file system is divided into Linux Swap partition and NTFS partition. By auto formatting, Linux swap partition is an independent section of hard disk used solely for swapping. The swap space is the amount of virtual memory available. Screen Saver Timing This is to set the time for automatic changing images on your screen during periods of user inactivity. BD-Lite Menu This feature toggles limited BD menu when playing a BD ISO file. Restore Default This option restores your player to the factory defaults. It will clear all the personal settings including passwords, favorites, custom skins etc. - Using this option will not damage the data on your HDD -Always reset your settings after a firmware upgrade 22 Settings System configuration DVD Autoplay The feature allows you to select automatic DVD play mode when inserting a DVD disk into the DVD ROM connected to your player via USB port. OFF DVD Disk isn t automatically played ON DDVD Disk is automatically played. Screen size Press ENTER button to adjust your video output to the size of your TV Parental Control This feature allows you to protect sensible information by assigning a password to folders. Default password: System Service Settings NAS - Network Drive(SAMBA) Allows you to use your player as a NAS device on your network. NAS network drive provides storing and copying files services. Please note that currently on Mac OS systems you will need to use NFS Shares AutoPlay Enable if you want the device to automatically play files from the AUTOPLAY folder on your hard drive. DLNA DMR This option enables DLNA service. Airplay Enable to stream videos (Youtube) and images from your ios device to a TV via Xtreamer player. Android You can disable Android services if you want to dedicate all the device s resources to playing media files. Transmission Popular torrent client that can work on multiple operating systems. Xtreamer Live Enable to install a community compilation of live feeds and internet TV channels. xlistnplay Music Installs the community based project for YouTube music mixes. MiniDLNA This function allows you to use your device as a DLNA server. Note If an option is not frequently used we recommend disabling it to reserve the memory and for security reasons. 24 Settings Firmware Upgrade Upgrading your Firmware Under System Firmware you can see your current firmware version. You can download the latest firmware file from our main site and install it Manually. Check below for details. PLEASE NOTE: Before updating your device please check the update page on the Xtreamer main site. If the recommended procedure is different from the one in the guide, Follow The Procedure On The Upgrade Page. IMPORTANT Every Xtreamer media player has its own specific firmware. Please make sure you download the correct file before running the upgrade procedure. Emergency Firmware Emergency firmware can be a great help for de-bricking an unresponsive unit and fixing various problems. The procedure can be found here. 25 Settings Look and Feel Menu Language You can specify UI language and enjoy operating the Xtreamer in you native language. Text Encoding You can specify the language used in subtitle files and ID3-tag in Mp3 files. Unicode [UTF-8] is an industry standard, and is set as default. If you are not using Unicode encoded files, select your preferred language. Resume Play You can begin playing Xtreamer from the point where you previously stopped it. Your system saves a record of the scene that was playing when you stopped playback so it knows where to resume playing. Key Tone Volume Use this option to regulate the sound the player makes when you are pressing the remote buttons. Default Font Use this option to upload a custom font. 26 Settings Search and Indexing Easily find your Media files Scan your local storage for media files on your local storage devices in order to be able to find them easily in the Media Library. Use Automatic scan or press Rescan Storage to manually update the database. Note: When Auto scan is enabled the player might take some additional time loading the system. 27 Basic Functions Media Library Using Media Sources General remote functions in the Media Library Cursor keys use them to navigate the Media sources. ENTER to make a selection or to play a file. MENU (6) open a list of viewing options, file filtering, 3D playback functionality, Add to favorites feature, setup NFS shares, slideshow timing and effects, background music for image viewing and much more. FUNC this key provides you with the function of a file manager, setting passwords to folders and creation of playlists. RETURN returns to the parent directory or the main screen HOME returns you to the main menu. 29 Play Movies Most control buttons are the same as everywhere else: Play, Pause, Stop, Fast-Forward, Next and so on. Info button opens an time-bar with a relevant information about the file you are playing (see the picture above) While watching a movie press MENU (6) to open a list of options including an access to subtitles browser, GOTO menu, repeat options, audio channels and, in relevant cases, a 3D options menu. 30 Play Movies You can use LEFT and RIGHT cursor to skip press ENTERT to jump to a desired location. ZOOM button to enlarge the picture. Audio button is used to switch between different audio channels and tracks. 31 Play Movies Subtitles button will open the subtitles browser that will allow you to customize the way your subtitles look on TV and switch the subtitles file if needed. It allows you to open an external file, change the color or the font, outline, change the size and encoding etc. GOTO button provides additional options for navigation. 1. Title: It shows movie title lists and change playback file. 2. Chapter: It provides moving to next (or previous) Chapter. 3. Time: It provides moving to the point where you want to start from. 32 Play Movies. 3D playback Xtreamer SideWinder 3 is the first media player to support full 3D home experience. Please remember that you might need to enable 3D playback on you TV in order to enjoy it. Use 3D button on your remote or the TV set. Use MENU button on Xtreamer remote for additional options. 33 Play Music While playing music press MENU (6) to open a list of options including repeat options such as play once, repeat all and so on. Press SHUFFLE to toggle random playback. Start the playback to initiate music jukebox. You can use Cursor keys to navigate or regular command buttons such as Play, Pause, Fast-forward etc. Press RETURN to go back to the media library file list. Please note, that there is a new Music Player available from the Main Menu. 34 Play Photo Use MENU key to toggle view mode options. To start a Slideshow open a file (ENTER or PLAY) and press MENU of a list of advanced options. You can set up the time intervals your images will be displayed using Slide Timing. Slide Transition lets you to setup transition effects Background music allows you to specif
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