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1 General Introduction 5
2 Remote Controler 6
2.1 Appearance 6
2.2 Key Definition 7
3 Working Modes & Menu Structure 9
3.1 Working Modes 9
3.2 Menu Structure 9
3.2.1 Installation Menu 10
3.2.2 Channel Menu 10
3.2.3 Setting Menu 11
3.2.4 Utility Menu 11
3.2.5 Game Menu 11
3.2.6 Upgrade Menu 12
3.2.7 MultiMedia Menu 12
4 DTV Mode 13
4.1 System Initialization 13
4.2 Entering the DVB System and Power On/Off 13
4.3 Volume Adjustment and Mute Control 14
4.4 TV/Radio Switching 14
4.5 Channel Switching 14
4.6 Program Info Display 15
4.7 Program Recall (Recall to the previous channel) 16
4.8 Program Language and Left/Right Channels Switching 16
4.9 Electronic Program Guide (EPG) 16
4.10 Teletext 17
4.11 Subtitle 18
4.12 TTX Subtitle 18
5 Multimedia Mode 19
5.1 Movie 20
5.2 ISO 21
5.3 Music 21
5.4 Photo 22
5.5 Native32 Games 23
5.6 Record Manager 23
5.7 Disk Manager 24
5.8 EBook 24
6 Network Mode 25
6.1 YouTube 25
6.2 YouPorn 26
6.3 Native32 Game 26
6.4 Photo 28
6.5 Google Map 29
6.6 Weather 30
7 Main Menu 31
7.1 Installation 31
7.1.1 Antenna Setting 31
7.1.2 Satellite List 32
7.1.3 Transponder List 32
7.1.4 Motor Setting 33
7.1.5 Limit Setup 33
7.2 Channel 34
7.2.1 Channel Manager 34
7.2.2 Channel Editor 35
7.2.3 Favorite List 36
7.2.4 Channel Setup 36
7.3 Setting 37
7.3.1 OSD Language 37
7.3.2 Preferred Subtitle 37
7.3.3 Hard Hearing 38
7.3.4 Preferred Audio 38
7.3.5 PVR Config 38
7.3.6 Ethernet Config 39
7.3.7 Factory Reset 40
7.3.8 Upgrade 40
7.3.9 Version 40
7.3.10 AV Setting 40
7.3.11 SPDIF 41
7.3.12 Aspect Ratio 41
7.3.13 Video Output 41
7.3.14 Video Resolution 42
7.3.15 HDMI Color Space 42
7.3.16 HDMI Deep Color 42
7.4 Utility 43
7.4.1 Timers 43
7.5 Game 44
7.5.1 Box Man 44
7.5.2 Tetris 45
7.5.3 Hit Rat 45
7.5.4 Go Bang 46
7.5.5 Sodoku 46
8 Record & Timeshift 47
8.1 Record 47
8.2 Timeshift 48
8.2.1 Timeshift: Auto 48
8.2.2 Timeshift: Pause 48
8.2.3 Timeshift: Off 48
9 Upgrade 49
9.1 USB/Card Upgrade 49
9.2 OTA Upgrade 49
9.3 FTP Upgrade 50


General Introduction
This document is an operation manual for users to operate HDPRO I products. It includes these chapters:
Remote Control
Working Modes & Menu Structure
DTV Mode
Multimedia Mode
Network Mode
Main Menu
Record & Timeshift
Upgrade

Remote Controler
Appearance

Key Definition
No. Key Description
1 POWER Switch of power supply.
2 MUTE Mute control.
3 NUMBER Number keys.
4 FAV Favorite program list.
5 AUDIO Enter audio menu to change audio language, channel, etc.
6 TV/RADIO Switch of TV mode and radio mode.
7 EXIT Return to the previously played program.
8 A.RATIO Switch aspect ratio
9 V.FORMAT Switch video Resolution
10 PAGE+/- Page up/down used in list state.
11 INFO Show or hide program info.
Show the information of the selected item while in EPG state.
Show the detailed information of the being played media file while in multimedia playback state.
Show the record information or record list while in record mode.
12 MENU Enter or exit the main menu.
13 EXIT Exit the current menu.
14 TTX Enter Teletext page.
15 EPG Enter or exit EPG page.
16 LEFT/RIGHT Left/right direction keys.
Volume up/down.
17 UP/DOWN Up/down direction keyw
Next/previous channel.
18 SUBTITLE Enter the program subtitle selection menu.
19 Red function key Switch Daily and Weekly modes while in EPG state.
Lock or unlock the selected program while in program management state.
Delete all the scheduled programs while in the scheduled program list.
20 Green function key Schedule or record the current program while in EPG state.
Delete the selected program while in program management state.
Delete the selected scheduled program while in the scheduled program list.
21 Yellow function key Go to the previous day while in the Weekly mode of EPG.
Ignore the selected program while in program management state.
Edit the selected scheduled program while in the scheduled program list.
22 Blue function key Go to the next day while in the Weekly mode of EPG.
Rename the selected program while in program management state.
23 DEV INFO Display Device List.
24 SOURCE Switch of Multi-media mode and DTV mode.
25 REC Record the current program while in full screen playing state.
26 STOP Stop multimedia playback.
Stop recording.
27 PLAY Play multimedia files.
28 PAUSE Pause multimedia playback.
Start the Timeshift function while in the record state or the Timeshift function is in Pause mode.
29 F.R & F.F Zoom in or out images when viewing images.
Fast Rewind or Fast Forward while in multimedia playback state.
30 PREV & NEXT Go to the previous or next media file to play while in multimedia playback state.


Working Modes & Menu Structure
Working Modes
At present the system has three working modes: DTV Mode, Multimedia Mode and Network Mode. In DTV mode you can watch digital TV programs. In Multimedia mode you can play multimedia files and games, record files, manage disks, and so on. In Network mode you can browse information from network.
After power on, the system will auto enter the DTV mode. Pressing SOURCE key can switch among the three working modes.
Menu Structure
The figure below shows the structure of the system’s main menu:


  Main Menu Structure
Installation Menu

  Installation Menu
Channel Menu

  Channel Menu
Setting Menu

  Setting  Menu
Utility Menu

  Utility  Menu
Game Menu

  Game Menu
Upgrade Menu

  Upgrade Menu
MultiMedia Menu

  MultiMedia Menu

DTV Mode
System Initialization
When entering the system for the first time, you should do some initialization settings on the system including OSD language, time zone, active antenna etc. See the figure below for the setting menu.
After setting, select the Start Search option and
then press OK key to start auto scan. When the
scan completes, the scanned programs can be auto
 save
                               System Initialization
Entering the DVB System and Power On/Off
Entering the DVB system
After power on, the system will enter the DVB
 mode. If there is no program data in the
database, the following message will appear:

                                  
                               Database Empty Message
Otherwise, the last program being played before the previous power off will be played. If the system fails to play the program, please check the power connection and antenna connection.
Power on
When the machine is in Standby mode, press POWER key to turn it on.
Power off
When the machine is running, pressing POWER key at any time can make it into the Standby mode.
Volume Adjustment and Mute Control
Volume Adjustment
While in playing state without menu display, press LEFT/RIGHT keys to adjust the volume. A volume bar will appear, which has 0~30 levels.
Mute Control
While in playing state without menu display, press MUTE key to enter the mute state. Pressing MUTE key again can exit the mute state.
TV/Radio Switching
While in full screen playing state, press TV/RADIO key to switch between the TV mode and the Radio mode.
Channel Switching
The system provides many methods to switch channels. See the descriptions below:
Method 1: While in full screen playing state, press Up/Down keys to play the next or previous TV program channels or radio stations.
Method 2: While in full screen playing state,
   press OK key to enter the Channel List menu
 (see the figure below) to quickly select a channel
 you want to play. In which you can press
LEFT/RIGHT keys to select a channel group
and then press UP/DOWN keys to choose               Channel List for quick select
 a desired channel. 
        
Press OK key to confirm your selection and switch to the selected channel to play. Pressing EXIT key can exit the menu.
Method 3: Press number keys to input the
   number of the channel you want to play
Method 4: Press the RED function key
  to select another satellite to play, see the figure
   below:
                                Satellite Select Menu
Method 5: If you have set favorite programs,
  press the green function key and a Favorite
  list will appear (see the figure below). At this
  point, you can press UP/DOWN keys to
  select a Fav item and then press OK key to
  enter its program list.
                                Favorite List
Pressing EXIT key can exit the menu.
Method 6: Press the yellow function key while
   in the state of Figure 4-3, and you can search
   for a channel by name. The figure below will
  appear:
                              Find Channel by Name
Press UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT keys to select a character and then press OK key to input. When you have finished inputting a channel name, press the blue function key to confirm your input. (Pressing the red function key can change case. Number keys cannot be used to input numbers here.)
Method 7: Press the blue function key while in
   the state of Figure 4-3, and the channel group
  list appears (see the figure below), which
  includes free, scramble and so on.
                                
                                Channel Group List
Program Info Display
While in full screen playing state, press INFO key
to show the brief information of the being played
 program. See the figure below:


 Brief Program Info
Program Recall (Recall to the previous channel)
While in full screen playing state, press EXIT key to return to the previously played TV program channel or radio station.
Program Language and Left/Right Channels Switching
While in full screen playing state, press AUDIO
      key to call out the following menu to change the
      audio language and sound channels.
     
                              
                           Language and Sound Channel Select Menu
Press LEFT/RIGHT keys to change sound channels among Left, Right and Stereo; press UP/DOWN keys to choose audio language.
Press OK key to confirm the setting and return to the program playing state.
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
To get the information of programs being played or to be played in coming days, press EPG key to enter the electronic program guide (EPG).
EPG info has two modes:Daily Mode and Weekly Mode. The system will enter the Weekly mode by default, and you can press the red function key to change to other modes.
Press EXIT or EPG keys to exit EPG.
Daily Mode
In Daily Mode, you can find the information
of the programs on a day. See the figure
 below:
Red function key: Enter the Weekly Mode.
Yellow or blue function keys: Press
  one of the two keys to switch days from
  Monday to Sunday.                                  Daily Mode
Green function key: If the selected program is being played, pressing this key can record the program. If the selected program has not been played yet, pressing this key can schedule to play or record the program.
Weekly Mode
In Weekly Mode, you can find the information
of the programs within a week. See the figure
 below:

 
                                                                   Weekly Mode
Press LEFT/RIGHT keys to switch the highlight between the two list windows.
Press the red function key to enter the Weekly Mode.
Press the yellow or blue function keys to switch to the page of the previous or next days.
If the selected program is being played, pressing the green function key can record the program. If the selected program has not been played yet, pressing this key can schedule to play or record the program.
Teletext
Press TTX key to enter the Teletext mode. See
     the figure below:
Basic Operations
At the bottom of a Teletext page, enter
  a page number (range: 100~899) to go to
  corresponding page.                                Teletext Pages
Press UP/DOWN keys to turn to the previous or next pages. The pages that have no teletext contents will be auto skipped.
Long press UP/DOWN keys to quickly turn pages.
Press OK key to change the transparency of the background.
Press LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the previous or next sub pages of the current page if there exists. If the AUTO option is selected, the sub pages will be auto turned.
The four color function keys are navigation keys. Their concrete functions depend on the streaming.
Press TTX or EXIT keys to exit the teletext mode.
Subtitle
Subtitle is closed by default. To open it:
Press SUBTITLE key to enter the Subtitle
     menu. See the figure below:
Press UP/DOWN keys to select a subtitle
      language to play.
                                                         Subtitle Menu
TTX Subtitle
   TTX Subtitle is closed by default too. To open it:
Press SUBTITLE key to enter the Subtitle
     menu. See the figure below:

                                                   TTX Subtitle
Note that, in the above figure, there is an icon behind the language menu item. This icon indicates that the item is a TTX subtitle language.
Press UP/DOWN keys to select a TTX subtitle language to play.

Multimedia Mode

In Multimedia mode, you can play multimedia files and games; also can carry out record management and disk management. See the figure 3-8:
Module Select :displays the current multimedia
type: Network, Movie, ISO, Music, Photo, Game,
 Ebook, Record Manager or Disk Manager. The
‘Home’ menu as figure below:

                                                             Multimedia - “Home” menu
When the system has started, press SOURCE key
to switch to the Multimedia mode. The system will
 auto check whether there is a storage device
 (USB/CARD). If there is no USB device or card,
the following message will appear:
                             NO USB (CARD) Device
Once a USB device or card is found, the system will initialize the USB device or card. When complete, the following interface will appear:


  USB (CARD) Device Inserted
A – Module Select Area    A – List Area    B – Preview Area
C – File Info      D – User Operation Tips
If the USB device or the card has more than one partition, all the partitions can be displayed. At present the system support the following partition formats: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS.
In Multimedia Mode, the interface can be divided into 6 areas (see the figure above):
List Area (A) displays the file and folder list of the current partition or directory.
Preview Area (B) is used to preview photos.
File Info Area (C) shows the information of the selected media file.
User Operation Tips Area (D) shows the available keys and their functions.
After entering the Multimedia mode, the highlight is in the area A by default. You can -
Press DOWN key to enter the List Area (A).
In the List Area,
press OK or RIGHT keys to enter the current partition or directory;
press EXIT or LEFT key to go to the upper level directory;
Movie
The Movie module is for playing video files stored on the USB (CARD) device.
In Movie Module press UP or DOWN keys to enter the video file list area.
After selecting a movie, you can press OK key to play it. The play interface is as below:
Press UP/DOWN keys to select the previous
   or next video files.
Press OK/RIGHT keys to play the selected
  video file. (If the video file is under a folder,
  pressing LEFT key can exit the folder.)
Video Info: When a video playback starts,
   the information of the video file will be shown          Video Play Interface
for 3 seconds. You can press INFO key to show the information again after it disappears.
Fast Play: Press FR/FF keys to fast move forward or backward through the video. The max fast play speed is x16. Press PLAY key to resume the normal playback.
Switch Video: Press PREV/NEXT keys to go to the previous or next video files to play.
Stop: Press STOP key to stop the current playback and return to the Multimedia Mode interface.
Pause: Press PAUSE key to pause the current playback. Pressing PLAY key can resume the playback.
Exit: Press EXIT or EXIT keys to exit the playback state.
ISO
Please See 5.1 movie.
Music
The Music module is for playing audio files stored on the USB (CARD) device. Most popular audio formats are all supported.
In the Module Select Area, press LEFT/RIGHT keys to select the Music type, then press OK or DOWN keys to enter the audio file list area. See the figure below:
Press UP/DOWN keys to select the previous
  or next audio files.
Press OK/RIGHT keys to play the selected
  audio file. (If the audio file is under a folder,
  pressing LEFT key can exit the folder.)
Fast Play: Press FR/FF keys to fast move                   Music
forward or backward through the audio file. The max fast play speed is x32. Press PLAY key to resume the normal playback.
Switch Audio: Press PREV/NEXT keys to go to the previous or next audio files to play.
Stop: Press STOP key to stop the current playback.
Pause: Press PAUSE key to pause the current playback. Pressing PLAY key can resume the playback.
Exit: Press EXIT keys to exit the playback interface and return to the multimedia type select interface. (Note that if the background play function has been turned on, the music will not stop but become background music.)
Photo
The Photo module is for playing image files stored
on the USB (CARD) device. Most popular image
 formats are all supported.
In the Module Select Area, press LEFT/RIGHT
keys to select the Photo type,                                Photo
 
Press OK keys to play the selected image in full screen mode. By default the system will enable the slideshow function to play all the images in the current directory. See the figure below:
Switch Image: Press PREV/NEXT keys to
   play the previous or next images.
Zoom: Press the ZOOM function key to enter
   the zoom state. In this state, you can –
press FR/FF keys to zoom in or out the
   image;                                            Show Photo
press LEFT/RIGHT keys to move the focus on the image left or right;
press UP/DOWN keys to move up or down;
press the red function key again to exit the zoom state.
Image Info: Press INFO key to show the detailed information of the image.
Rotate: Press LEFT/RIGHT keys to rotate the image 90° anticlockwise or clockwise.
Flip: Press UP/DOWN keys to flip the image up or down.
Exit: Press EXIT or EXIT keys to exit the playback state.
Native32 Games
The Native32 Games modules provide several
small games. See the figure below:
In Native32 Games list, after selecting
  a game press OK key to start the game.
  Game control operations are as below:                   Native32 Games
LEFT/RIGHT key: Control left and right directions.
UP/DOWN key: Control up and down directions.
OK key: Confirm selection.
EXIT key: Exit the game.
Record Manager
The Record Manager module is for users to carry
out record setting and view the programs recorded.
See the figure below:

                                                          Recorder Manager
If the USB (CARD) device has more than one partition, you should manually set the partition in which record files will be saved.
Red function key: Set the selected partition as the default record partition.
Green function key: Format the selected partition into FAT32 format.
Yellow function key: Format the selected partition into NTFS format.
To view record files, select the partition that stores
the record files and then press OK key to enter it.
The system will auto list all the recorded
programs, see below:

                                                   Record Files
To play a record file: press UP/DOWN keys to select the record file first and then press OK/RIGHT keys to play it.
During playback, the things you can do only include to press FR/FF keys to fast backward or forward play the file, and to press STOP key to return to the record file list. Both file switching and repeat mode setting cannot be done.
When the playback completes, the system will auto return to the record file list.
To delete a record file: select it first and then press the red function key.
To rename a record file: select it first and then press the green function key.
Disk Manager
The Disk Manager module is for disk and file
 management. See the figure below:
If the selected object is a partition:
Green function key: Format the selected
  partition into FAT32 format.                       Disk Manager
Yellow function key: Format the selected
  partition into NTFS format.
Red function key: Move or copy the files
   (folders) in this partition. See the figure
  below.
  
                                                          Move
The left list is the Source list, the right list is the Destination list. Before moving or copying a file (folder), the things you should do include: selecting the file (folder) from the left list, then press the green function key to confirm your selection, and then entering the destination directory in the right list. Next, to copy the file (folder) you have selected, press the yellow function key; to just move it, press the blue function key.
If the selected object is a file (folder):
Red function key: Move or copy the selected file (folder).
Green function key: Rename the selected file (folder).
Yellow function key: Delete the selected file (folder).
EBook
The EBook module is for reading electronic books. TXT format is available. In addition you can enjoy background music while reading.
Turning pages: Press PAGE+/- keys to turn page up and down.
Exit: Press EXIT keys to return to the book list.

Network Mode
In the Network mode you can browse information and have entertainment from network, which includes these modules: YouTube, YouPorn, Native32 Game, Photo, Google Map, and Weather. See the figure below:


  Network Mode Module Structure
When the system has started, press SOURCE
key to switch to the Network mode. The Network
menu is as below:

                                                         Network Menu
In this menu you can press LEFT/RIGHT keys to highlight a function module and then press OK key to enter it.
YouTube
The YouTube module is for playing video files
 online. In this Module press RIGHT keys switch
 to video list area. You can press UP/DOWN key
to view more video items online. The video itmes
list is as belolw.                                             Weather
After selecting a video, you can press OK key
 to play it. The play interface is as below:
 

             
                                                        Weather
If have a slow network would display below:

 


                                            Weather
YouPorn
Like Youtube,please see 6.1 YouTube.
Native32 Game
The Native32 Game (N32) module provides users
 with a platform to download Sunplus native32
games. Downloaded games will be stored in a
removable storage device such as a U disk.                      N32
Online games are not supported. The menu of this module is as below:
Download
Highlight the Download item and then press OK
 key, and the game download category list will
 appear. There are many categories: Hot Game,
 Latest Game, Sports Game, and so on. See the
 figure below:                                      Game Download Category List
After selecting a game category, press OK key to
 enter the following game list: 
 


                                                      Game List
In this list interface, you can -
Press UP/DOWN/RIGHT/LEFT keys to
  select a game.
Press the red or green function keys to turn
   pages if there are multiple pages in this list.
Press OK key to enter the selected game’s
  introduction page. See the figure below:                Game Information 
In this page, you can -
Press EXIT key to go back to the upper level interface.
Press OK key to download this game. If there is enough memory space, a message will appear to prompt that the game has been completely added to the game download manager list.

Manager
Highlight the Manager item in the N32 menu and then press OK key to enter the following interface to manage download tasks. See the figure
 below:
In the Manager interface, you can –
Press the green function key to pause
   downloading.
Press the red function key to start or resume             N32 Manager
  downloading.
Press the yellow function key to delete a download task.
Photo
Through the Photo module, you can visit several
certain photo websites: Yupoo, Picasa and Flickr.
See the figure below:

                                                              Photo (Featured)
In each website category there are the following four sub categories: Featured, View Albums, Search and Friends.
Featured
In the Featured page (see the above figure), you can press the yellow/green/red function keys to switch among the three websites; press the blue function key to add the highlighted photo into the Friends sub category list; press LEFT/RIGHT keys to switch between the website list at the left and the photo list at the right.
After selecting a photo in the photo list, press OK
key to view it in full screen mode. See the figure
below:

                                                             Photo Full Play
In the photo full play state, you can -
Press the red function key to show related information of the photo.
Press the green function key to show photos in slide mode. Default play interval is 3s.
Press the yellow function key to counterclockwise rotate the photo 90°.
Press the blue function key to turn on or off photo effects.
Press PLAY key to save the current photo.
When the website list gets the highlight, you can press UP/DOWN keys to select other categories: Featured, View Albums, Search or Friends. For example, after highlighting View Albums, press OK key to enter the View Albums page.

View Albums
In the View Albums page,
Press the red function key to show the
   software keypad.
Press the green function key to switch.            View Albums
 the content of the keypad.
Press the yellow function key to enter a space character.
Press the blue function key to delete a character.
Press PLAY key to confirm you input.
Press EXIT key to exit the View Albums page.

Search
In the Search page, after inputting a photo file
 name, press PLAY key to start to search for the
 photo. Press EXIT key to exit the Search page.                  Search
Friends
In the Friends page, you can find the photos that
you have added from the Featured page. See the
 figure below:

                                                       Friends
Google Map
Google Map can help users know where they
are and the environment around them, and
 also search for a certain location and
surroundings. See the figure below:

                                                       Google Map
In the Google Map page, you can press the red function key to switch between the map search setting area and the map display area; press the green/yellow function keys to zoom in or out the map; press the blue function key to save the current map; press UP/DOWN/RIGHT/LEFT keys to move the focus in the map to view different locations.
By default the displayed map is Roadmap. You can,
according to your needs, change among Roadmap,
 Satellite, Terrain and Hybrid. Also you can switch
 to another State, Country, Province and City to
search for. After above setting, select the Begin         Google Map – Viewing a specified area
button in this page to start to search. See the figure below:
When the search text box at the left side is
 selected, pressing OK key can call out the
 following window in which you can manually
 input a place name to search for.
                                Google Map – Manual Input for Search
Enter a place name (e.g. ‘Beijing (北京)’) and then
 press PLAY key, Google Map will auto search for
the place and then show it if found. In this state,
pressing the blue function key can show the
corresponding information of the place.                     Google Map – Search Result
See the figure below:

Weather
The Weather module provides weather forecast
information for users. To enter this module, select
the Weather item in the Network menu by pressing
 LEFT/RIGHT keys and then press OK key. See
the figure below for the Weather page:                            Weather
In this module you can get current weather conditions and forecast within a week for locations in the world. You can press direction keys to set a city through the search fields at left and then press OK key to view the weather information of the city. For example, to view Beijing’s weather information, select Beijing City in the search field area and then press OK key. Then you will find the Beijing’s weather information at the right side.

Main Menu
The Main Menu has seven items: Installation,
 Channel, Setting, Utility, Game, Upgrade and
MultiMedia. which include all setting items of the
system.
Press MENU key to enter the Main Menu, see the
 figure below:                                               Main Menu
Installation
There are five sub items:
Antenna Setting: Antenna and LNB settings
Satellite List: Satellite list setting
Transponder List: Transponder list setting
Motor Setting: Polar axis motor setting
Limit Setup: Polar axis move limit setting
Antenna Setting
In the Installation menu press UP/DOWN keys to highlight the Antenna Setting sub item and then press OK or RIGHT keys to enter the Antenna Setting page .
There are these setting items:
Satellite: Select a satellite from the existing satellite list.
Tuner: Set the current working tuner index.
LNB Type: Set the working frequency band for LNB (three options: Ku Band, C Band and User).
LNB Frequency: Set the local oscillation frequency of LNB.
Transponder: Select a transponder from the existing transponder list.
22KHz: Turn on or off the 22KHz switch (On, Off).
LNB Power: Set whether or not there is a STB to supply power to LNB.
Tone Burst Mode: Select tone burst mode (three potions: Tone Burst A, Tone Burst B,  NONE).
DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control)
 Mode: Select input signal. When more than
one LNB is used, DiSEqC can be used to select
one LNB to input.

                                                            Antenna Setting Menu
In the Antenna Setting page, you can press UP/DOWN keys to highlight a setting item and then press OK key to enter corresponding editing state. In the editing state press UP/DOWN keys to select an option and then press OK key to exit editing.
Satellite List
The Satellite List (see figure above) shows all the
satellites the system has stored. Users can
press color function keys on the remote
controller to edit the list, for example to add a                  Satellite List
satellite (by pressing the red function key), to
delete a satellite (by pressing the yellow function
 key), to scan the selected satellite (by pressing
the blue function key), etc.
Also you can press the green function key to
edit the detailed information of the selected                     Edit Satellite
satellite: Satellite Name, Position and Longitude. See the figure below:
Transponder List
In the Installation menu, press UP/DOWN keys to
highlight the Transponder List item and then
press OK or RIGHT keys to enter the Transponder
List page. See the figure below:

                                                                Transponder List
The Transponder List stores the transponders of current satellite of current system. Each transponder may have multiple frequencies. You
can press color function keys on the remote
 controller to edit the list, for example to add a
 transponder (by pressing the red function key),
to edit a transponder (by pressing the green
function key), to delete a transponder (by                    Edit Transponder
pressing the yellow function key), to scan transponders (by pressing the blue function key), etc.
After pressing the green function key, you can edit the selected transponder’s detailed information such as frequency, symbol rate and polarisation. When finished, press OK key to exit the editing state.
Motor Setting
Through the Motor Setting page you can control the polar axis motor to adjust the direction of antenna so as to make the antenna accurately point to the satellite. There are these setting items in this page (see Figure 7-8):
Satellite: Select a satellite.
Transponder: Select a transponder.
Motor setting: Set the polar axis motor.
If you have already selected a satellite and a
transponder, when moving the polar axis
you will find the signal strength and quality
 indicators at the bottom of the page.

                                                  Motor Setting
Limit Setup
There are three sub items:
Limit Setup: Polar axis move limit setting.
Continuing Move: Enable polar axis 
   continuous move.                                   Limit Setup
Move Step: Enable polar axis step move. After setting, you can press LEFT/RIGHT keys to move the polar axis east or west step by step.
Channel
The Channel menu has five items: Channel
Manager, Channel Editor, Favorite List Channel
 Setup and Delete All Channel. To enter the
Channel menu, press UP/DOWN keys in the
Main Menu to highlight the Channel item and
then press OK or RIGHT keys. The Channel                    Channel Menu
menu is shown as below:
Channel Manager
The system provides powerful channel management function. You can through the Channel Manager menu to manage your channels such as deleting, locking, sorting, skipping or renaming.
To enter the Channel Manager menu, in the
 Channel menu press UP/DOWN keys to select
 the Channel Manager item and then press
 OK key. See the figure below:

                                                  Channel Manager Menu
If there is no program channel data in the database, ‘No Program’ message will appear and both the Channel Manager and Favorite List menus cannot be accessed.
The Channel Manager menu contains these functions: Channel Delete, Channel Skip, Channel Lock and Channel Rename. Press UP/DOWN keys to select the channel and then press the four color function keys on the remote control to manage it: press the red function key to lock or unlock the selected channel; the green function key to delete the selected channel; the yellow function key to skip or cancel skipping the selected channel; the blue function key to rename the selected channel. After setting, corresponding icons will appear.
To delete a channel, press UP/DOWN keys to select the channel and then press the green function key. Key in a correct four-digit password (default password: 0000) in the pop-up dialog, a green check mark will appear in the delete column of the selected channel. When exiting the Channel Manager menu, you will be asked to confirm the deletion. Select YES and enter the correct password (default password: 0000), and the channel will be deleted. To cancel the deletion state on a channel, select the channel first and then press the green function key again.
To change a channel’s number or resort the channels list, press UP/DOWN keys to select the channel you want to move, then press OK key. The selected channel item will flicker. Next, press UP/DOWN keys to the destination position, then press YELLOW key again. Thus the channel’s position in the list is changed.
To rename a channel, press UP/DOWN keys
   to select the channel, then press the blue
   function key to enter the channel name edit
   page. See the figure below:

                                                            Rename Channel Name
After editing, press BLUE key to confirm.
To lock a channel, after selecting the channel press the red function key, and then key in a correct four-digit password (default password: 0000) in the pop-up dialog. When switching to the locked channel you will be asked to give a correct password to watch it.
Press EXIT key to exit the Channel Manager menu.
Channel Editor
To enter the Channel Editor menu, in the Channel
 menu press UP/DOWN keys to select the
Channel Editor item and then press OK key.
See the figure below:

                                                             Figure 713 Channel Editor Menu
The Channel Editor menu contains two functions:
 Channel Add and Channel Edit, Press UP/DOWN
keys to select the channel and then press the red
or green color function keys on the remote control
to manage it: press the red function key to add a
new channel; the green function key to edit the           Figure 7- 14 Add Channel Menu

attributes of selected channel (Channel name, Video/Audio/PCR Pid).
To add a new channel, press green color
   function key to enter the add channel page. 
   ee the figure below.

To edit a channel, press UP/DOWN keys
   to select the channel, then press the green          Figure 7- 15 Editor Channel Menu
   function key to enter the channel edit page. See the figure below.
Press EXIT key to exit the Channel Eidtor menu.
Favorite List
The system provides a favorite channels list function. You can through the Favorite List
menu to add, delete or group your favorite channels.
To enter the Favorite List menu, in the Favorite list
menu press UP/DOWN keys to select the Favorite
Listitem and then press Number key. See the figure
below:
 
  Favorite List Menu
There are total 8 favorite lists. You can press the Nunber keys to add channels to corresponding favorite list. One channel can be added into multiple favorite lists.
Press EXIT key to exit the Favorite List menu.
Channel Setup
This item is to set the default channel after the
system boots. By default, after the system boots,
the channel that is being played before the previous
 turning off will be auto played. If you want to make
 the system always play the Awaz TV every boot             Channel Setup Menu
on, you can configure the setting items in the Channel Setup menu as follows:

Setting
The Setting menu is mainly used to change
preference setting and system settings.
To enter the setting menu, in the Main Menu
 press OK keys to select the Setting item and then
press OK keys. See the figure below:                        Preference Menu
OSD Language
The OSD Language item defines the language of
 menu and prompts. To change the OSD language,
 press UP/DOWN keys to highlight this item and
then press OK or RIGHT keys to pull down a
 language list. In this list, you can press
UP/DOWN keys to select a language and then             OSD Language Setting
press OK key to confirm. See the figure below:
Preferred Subtitle
The Preferred Subtitle item is used to set subtitle languages. When a program has subtitles of multiple languages, we can set priorities for these languages through this item. Two preferred subtitle languages can be set here and the first one has a higher priority. The system will then auto search the matched subtitle to play.
To change preferred subtitle languages, in the
Preference menu press UP/DOWN keys to
highlight the Preferred Subtitle item and then
press OK or RIGHT keys to pull down a language
 list. In this list, you can press UP/DOWN keys to
select a desired language and then press OK key         Subtitle Language Setting
 to confirm. See the figure below:

Hard Hearing
The Hard Hearing item provides a kind of
subtitle display service special for hearing
 impairment users, available when the streaming
includes this service.
                    
                               Hard Hearing Setting
Preferred Audio
The Preferred Audio item is used to set the default
 audio language. When a program has audios of
multiple languages, the system will auto search the
 matched audio to play according to the settings
here. Two preferred audios can be set and the first
 one has a higher priority. See the figure below:            Preferred Audio Setting

PVR Config
Through the PVR Config item you can do some
settings on Timeshift and Record functions. See
 the figure below for the PVR Config setting menu.
                              
                                PVR Config Setting
PVR File Format: Set the format of record files (MPEG2 files), TS or PS.
File Size: Set the size of a single record file.
Timeshift: Set a method to start the timeshift function. Three options: Auto, Pause and Off.
Timeshift Length: Set the timeshift length. Four options: Auto, 30min, 1hr and 2hr. When disk is full, the earlier data will be overwritten and it is not limited by this parameter’s setting. This setting is unavailable when Timeshift is set as ‘Off’.
Timeshift to Record: Set that during timeshift if you press REC key the system will whether or not to record the data that have been buffered by timeshift. If On is selected, after you press REC key the data that have been buffered by timeshift will be saved into a file first and new data will then be saved into another file. If Off is selected, the buffered data will be removed first and then the system will start to record new data.
Ethernet Config
Through the Ethernet Config item you can carry out
Ethernet related settings.
Highlight the Ethernet Config item in the Setting
menu and then press OK or RIGHT keys to enter
the Ethernet Config menu. This menu has five items,            Ethernet Config
see the figure below:

Link Type: Select to use either Wire Network or Wireless Network.
Config: Select the network connection method. After entering this item, network connection methods and related information can be found (see the figure below).
In which, the first item, Config Mode, is to select a network connection method. There are four methods: Bootp, PPPoE, Static IP and DHCP.
If the PPPoE method is chosen, the
  PPPoE Set item at the bottom will 
  become active (see the figure below).
   After entering this item, a user name and
   password input interface will appear.

                                                                 Ethernet Config PPPoE
If the Static IP method is chosen, the IP
   Address, Netmask, Gateway and DNS
  Server items will become active (see the
  figure below). Users can establish the
  network connection by giving these
  parameters.                                    Ethernet Config Static IP
       After setting, press EXIT key to return to the Ethernet Config menu.
Ping Test: Through this item you can test the
 connection state to the target IP address.
   After entering this item, the following menu
   appears. In which, the Times item is to set
  the times the Ping test will be carried out.
  
                                                      Ping Test
Preferred Storage: When there are several storage devices connected, you can through this item select one of them to store network data while in Network Mode.
MAC Address: Not configurable, showing the MAC address of the network adapter card.
Factory Reset
Through the Factory Reset item you can reset the system to factory settings.
Press UP/DOWN keys to highlight this item and then press OK key, and a password input dialog will appear. Input a correct password (default: 0000), and the system will then start to reset to factory settings. When finished, the Init Install menu (see Figure 4-1) will show, through which you can re-initialize the system.
Upgrade
The Upgrade item is for software upgrade. See chapter 9 for details about software upgrade.
Version
Through the Version item you can view the version
 information of system hardware and software as
 well as the build date of the system. See the figure
below:                                                         Version
AV Setting
The AV menu is to carry out video output related
settings such as brightness, resolution and
output format. In the Main Menu, press UP/DOWM                 AV Setting
keys to highlight the AV menu item and then press OK key to enter the AV menu. See the figure below: 
SPDIF
The SPDIF item is to set the output format of digital
 audios. After highlighting this item, press OK key
 to pop out an option list, see the figure below:

                                                               SPDIF
The list has three options: PCM, Bitstream and Mute.
Aspect Ratio
The Aspect Ratio item is to set the proportion
between  the length and width of output videos.
 After highlighting this item, press OK key to pop
out an option list, see the figure below:
                                 Aspect Ratio
The list has four options: 16: 9, Full Screen, 4: 3 LB (Letter Box) and 4: 3 PS (Pan Scan).
Video Output
The Video Output item is to set the format of video
output. After highlighting this item, press OK key
 to pop out an option list, see the figure below:

                                                         Video Output
The list has three options: CVBS, RGB and YUV.
Video Resolution
The Video Resolution item is to set the resolution(up to 1080p_60 (Full HD)) and refresh rate of video output. After highlighting this item, press OK key to pop out an option list, see the figure below:


The list has following options (‘p’ indicates
progressive scan; ‘i' indicates interlaced scan):
Auto Detect                                        Video Resolution
480p_60, 480i_30
576p_50, 576i_25
720p_60, 720p_50
1080p_60, 1080p_50, 1080i_30, 1080i_25
HDMI Color Space
The HDMI Color Space item is to set the
color coding method of video output. After
highlighting this item, press OK key to pop out an
     option list, see the figure below:                               HDMI Color Space

The list has four options: xvColor, RGB, YCbCr 4:2:2 and YCbCr 4:4:4.
HDMI Deep Color
The HDMI Deep Color setting determines the
 depth of colors of HDMI output. After
highlighting this item, press OK key to pop out
 an option list, see the figure below:

                                                               HDMI Deep Color
The list has three options: 8 Bits, 10 Bits and 12 Bits.
Utility
The Utility menu has three items: Tiimers, Online Dictionary and Card.
Timers
Through the Timers item, you can manage scheduled
programs. In the Timers menu you can view and
edit the scheduled program’s name, start time,
schedule type and so on. See the figure below:

                                                                Timer List
In the above figure the fields from left to right are: Timer No., Program Name, Date, Time, Mode and Type. Program Name indicates the scheduled program. Data and Time indicate the scheduled time. Mode indicates the schedule mode: Once, Daily, Weekly or Monthly. Type indicates the behaviors after the scheduled time is reached.
In this list, you can -
Press the red function key to delete all timers
   in the list.
Press the green function key to delete the
selected timer.
Press the yellow function key or OK key to                 Timer Edit
  edit the selected timer. The following edit menu will appear. 
Date: Scheduled date. To edit it, highlight the Date item first and then press RIGHT key to enter its editing state.
Program Name: Scheduled program. To edit it, highlight the Program Name item first and then press RIGHT key to enter its editing state.
Start Time: Start time of schedule. To edit it, highlight the Start Time item first and then press RIGHT key to enter its editing state.
End Time: Cannot be set by hand. When the Type item is set as either ‘VCR’ or ‘Recorder’, this parameter will auto change according to the Start Time and Duration settings; when the Type item is set as others, this parameter is the same with the Start Time.
Duration: Schedule duration. Available only when the Type item is set as ‘VCR’ or ‘Record’. To edit it, highlight the Duration item first and then press RIGHT key to enter its editing state.
Mode: Schedule mode. Four options: Once, Daily, Weekly and Monthly.
Once: In this mode, the scheduled behavior will happen only once at the specified time. After that, the timer will be deleted.
Daily: In this mode, the scheduled behavior will happen at the specified time every day.
Weekly: In this mode, the scheduled behavior will happen at the specified time every week.
Monthly: In this mode, the scheduled behavior will happen at the specified time every month.
Type: Schedule type. Five options: Recorder, VCR, On, Channel and Standby.
Recorder: The system will record the scheduled program when the scheduled time is reached. Users can select whether or not to record AD, TTX and Subtitle.
VCR: Similar to the Recorder type. But, AD, TTX and Subtitle will not be recorded.
On: While in standby mode, the system will auto wake up and then play the scheduled program if the scheduled time is reached.
Channel: The system will auto switch to the scheduled program to play when the scheduled time is reached.
Standby: The system will enter the standby mode when the scheduled time is reached.
AD Record, Subtitle Record, Teletext Record: Set whether to record AD, TTX and Subtitle or not. Available only when the Type item is set as ‘Recorder’.

Game
The Game menu manages several small games
 for your entertainment. At present the system
provides 5 small games. In the Main Menu, press
 UP/DOWM keys to highlight the Game menu
 item and then press OK key to enter the Game                Game
menu. See the figure below:
The game list includes Box Man, Tetris, Hit Rat, Go Bang and Sodoku.
Box Man
The Box Man game is also called Push Box game. In this game you become a boxman and your target is to push all the boxes to certain positions. See the figure below:
After entering this game, press UP/DOWN keys to select a function button:
New Game: Start a new game.
Reset: Restart the current game.
Continue: Continue the current game.
Level: Set game difficult level.
Help: Get the help info on this game.                Box Man
Exit Game: Exit this game.
Following are game control keys:
UP/DOWN keys: Move up or down.
LEFT/RIGHT keys: Move left or right.
OK key: Pause the game.
EXIT key: Exit the game.
Tetris
The Tetris game is a popular game. When playing a tetris game, one tries to arrange the squares in a line, ensuring the squares do not touch the top. Once the top is touched, the game is over. See the figure below:
Game control keys:
UP key: Change the shape of falling squares.
LEFT/RIGHT keys: Move the falling squares
   left or right.
DOWN key: Speed up the falling squares.                 Tetris
OK key: Pause the game.
EXIT key: Exit the game.
Hit Rat
The Hit Rat game is also called Hit Mouse game, using 0~9 number keys to hit the rat that appears at corresponding position.
See the figure below:
Game control keys:
0~9 keys: Hit the rat that appears at
  corresponding position.                               Hit Rat
OK key: Pause the game.                         
EXIT key: Exit the game.
Go Bang
The Go Bang game is also called Black-and-White Chess game. The winner is the first party who places 5 stones in a line. See the figure below:
Game control keys:
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT keys: Select a
  position to place a stone.
OK key: Place a stone.
EXIT key: Exit the game.                               Go Bang
Sodoku
The Sodoku game interface is as below:
Game control keys:
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT keys: Select a
   position to fill with a number.
OK key: Function select (such as RESET, NEW).           Sodoku
0~9 key: Enter a number at the selected position.
EXIT key: Exit the game.

Record & Timeshift
Record
In full screen mode, if you want to record the
 being-played program, just press REC key.
If there is no USB device or card inserted,
corresponding message will appear. See the
figure below:
                             No USB (CARD) Device Prompt
If there has been a USB device or card, the
system will initialize the USB device or card
and then start to record. See the figure below.
                              
                              
                             Initializing USB (CARD) Device
During recording, to pause the recording, press
   PAUSE key.
During recording, to stop recording, press
   STOP key. A confirmation dialog will appear.
   See the figure below.
                                Stop Recording
During recording, pressing INFO key can
show the recording information. Pressing
INFO key again will show the record file list.
See the figure below:
                                  
                               Record List
Timeshift
The Timeshift function is to play the programs that have already been played just before. At present there are three methods to start the Timeshift function, which can be set through Main Menu -> Preference -> PVR Config. See the figure below:
Three options of the Timeshift item:
Auto: Auto start the Timeshift function 5
  seconds after entering any channel.
Pause: During full-screen playing, press
  PAUSE key to start the Timeshift function.
Off: During program recording, press PAUSE            Timeshift Setting
   or FR keys to start the Timeshift function.
Timeshift: Auto
If you choose the ‘Auto’ method for the Timeshift item, you should also configure the Timeshift Length and Timeshift to Record items to set the time length of timeshift and whether or not to turn on the record function during timeshift. After setting, the Timeshift function will auto work 5 seconds after entering any channel.
To watch the program content before current time, press FR key to go back to the desired time period. Press STOP key to exit the timeshift play.
Timeshift: Pause
If you choose the ‘Pause’ method for the Timeshift item, you should also configure the Timeshift Length and Timeshift to Record items. After that, while watching a program if you want to start the Timeshift function, just press PAUSE key. The system will then start to save a video piece from the current time for you to watch later.
Timeshift: Off
If you choose the ‘Off’ method for the Timeshift item, the Timeshift Length and Timeshift to Record items are unavailable. In this case, you can press PAUSE or FR keys to start the Timeshift function only when recording program. The timeshift length depends on the free space of the USB device or card.

Upgrade
You can carry out system software upgrade through
Main Menu -> Upgrade. See the figure below:
At present the system supports three methods to upgrade the system software: USB Upgrade, OTA Upgrade and NET Upgrade.

                                                          Upgrade
USB/Card Upgrade
Highlight the USB Upgrade item and then press OK
 key to enter the following USB Upgrade
interface. If there is no USB device inserted,
corresponding prompt will appear.
                                  USB Upgrade
Select the partition in which rom.bin is stored, then
press OK key to enter a file list. From the file list,
select rom.bin and then press OK key to start the
 USB upgrade. The interface will be as below:
                                   
                               USB Upgrade Flow
When the USB Upgrade completes, the system will auto restart.

OTA Upgrade
See below:
Setting items:
Satellite: Select currect satellite that
   carried new software:                                OTA Upgrade Setting
Frequency,Symbol Rate and Polarisation: Input current value .
Download PID: the new software PID.
OTA Upgrade: Hightlight this item and press OK key to start OTA Upgrade. The interface like USB Upgrade..
FTP Upgrade
See below:
Setting items:
FTP Server, Port: Select valide FTP site
  and service port:
User, Password: Input currect user id                FTP Upgrade Setting
  and password.
Link: Hightlight this item and press OK to linked FTP site..and select new sw to upgrade.

 

 

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