Yamaha DVD-C961 user manual download

For Devices:Yamaha DVD-C961
Languages:English
Pages:51
Description:DVD-проигрыватель
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Disc Operation
Zooming pictures in
1
During playback, press
ZOOM
repeatedly
to display the picture at different scales
(ZOOM 100%, 125%, 150% or 200%).
Use
2
/
3
/
5
/
to pan through the
enlarged picture.
2
Press
ZOOM
repeatedly to return to the
original size.
Rotating pictures (JPEG)
During playback, press
2
/
3
/
5
/
to
rotate the picture on the TV screen.
2
: rotates the picture counter-clockwise
3
: rotates the picture clockwise
5
: flips the picture vertically
: flips the picture horizontally
Selecting scan effect (JPEG)
During playback, press
ANGLE
repeatedly
to select the desired scan effect.
Playing MP3 music and JPEG
pictures simultaneously
1
Load a disc that contains both music and
picture data.
The disc menu appears on the TV
screen.
2
Select an MP3 music track.
3
During MP3 music playback, select a
JPEG picture file from the TV screen and
then press
PLAY (
3
)
.
The picture files are played back one
after another until the end of the folder.
4
To quit simultaneous playback, press
MENU
and then
STOP (
7
)
.
Some files cannot be played correctly depending on
disc characteristics or recording conditions.
DivX
®
files including DMF (DivX
®
Media
Format) features only
Using the interactive menu
1
Load a disc.
The interactive menu appears on the TV
screen.
2
Use
2
/
3
/
5
/
to select a chapter.
3
Press
ENTER
or
PLAY (
3
)
to start
playback of the selected chapter.
To access the interactive menu
During playback, press
MENU
.
To return to the data disc menu
screen
When the interactive menu is displayed,
press
STOP (
7
)
.
Selecting the audio/subtitle language
To select an audio language
During playback, press
AUDIO
to switch
the audio language recorded on the
contents.
To select a subtitle language
During playback, press
SUBTITLE
to
switch or turn on/off the subtitle language
recorded on the contents.
y
For information about external subtitle files, see
“Displaying DivX
®
external subtitle files” on
page 40.
Note
Special DivX
®
features
Sample