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® ™
Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link HD Media Player
Director Edition

The Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link HD Media Player provides a unique home theater
experience with network connectivity and access to online media from from your home TV.

 Browse and share media files on your home network

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 Directly access online content from internet sites such as Flickr and YouTube , and

from internet feeds such as SHOUTcast Internet Radio, podcasts, or RSS

 Support for Torrent downloads

 1080p High Definition*

 Compatible with the latest media formats

®
 DivX Home Theater 3.0 Certified

*Must be supported by the TV. Used automatically for video encoded at 1080p24 fps in a supported format if Automatic
framerate is set to ON and the TV supports it.

NOTE: It may be a criminal offense under applicable copyright laws to make unauthorized
copies of copyright protected material, including videos, films, broadcasts, and non-
original sound and video recordings. This equipment should not be used for these
purposes.

Iomega, the stylized "i" logo, and ScreenPlay are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Iomega Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Apple and Mac are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Certain other product names, brand names, and company names
may be trademarks or designations of their respective owners.

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ScreenPlay TV Link Specifications

 Supported Media Formats  Supported AV Connections


 About DivX Video and  Supported Interfaces
Video-On-Demand  Network Client Requirements
 About AVC and VC-1 Video
 Open Source

Supported Media Formats

The ScreenPlay TV Link supports the following types of media files:

   Video*    Music/Audio    Photos


 MPEG-1  MP3  JPEG
 MPEG-2 (AVI, VOB)  AC3 (Dolby Digital Encoding)  BMP
 MPEG-4 (AVI, DivX 3.11,  WAV  GIF
4.x, 5.x, 6.x, XviD)  OGG  PNG
 H.264  WMA  TIFF
 WMV  AAC (non-DRM)
 AVCHD  FLAC
 VC-1 (SMPTE 421M)
*Supported file extensions for videos and associated audio/support files include avi, asf, divx, mkv, mov, mp2, mp4,
mpe, mpeg, mpg, m4a, m4v, vob, xvid, ifo, iso (DVD ISO), WMV, FLV, TS

NOTE: Although the ScreenPlay TV Link supports the listed file types, it might not be able
to support every codec used to create the files. Check the support area on
www.iomega.com for the latest information on supported file types.

About DivX Video and Video-On-Demand

®
DivX is a digital video format created by DivX,Inc. This is an official DivX Certified device
that plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to
convert your files into DivX video.

®
This DivX Certified device must be registered in order to play DivX Video-on-Demand
(VOD) content. To generate the registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in the device
setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this code to complete the registration process and
learn more about DivX VOD.

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About AVC and VC-1 Video

THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE
PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO
THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL
ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC
VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM

THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE VC-1 PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE
PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE VC-1 STANDARD (“VC-1 VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE VC-1 VIDEO
THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL
ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE VC-1
VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM

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Open Source

The software included in this product contains copyrighted software that is licensed under
open source agreements, including the GPL, LGPL, and AFL. Components of this software
covered under GPL or other open source licenses are fully documented as to license and
redistribution requirements in the product in the Settings/Copyright menu. You may also
download the open source code components from the Iomega web site at
www.iomega.com/support. To locate the download page for open source code, select your
Iomega ScreenPlay product and your operating system. Scroll down the page to the search
field and enter “open source.”

In addition, you can also obtain a copy of the applicable open source code on CD by
sending a money order or check for $10 to:

Iomega Corporation
ATTN: Source Code
4059 South 1900 West
Roy, UT 84067 USA

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Please include the model name for your ScreenPlay product with the request.

The software is based in part on the work of the FreeType Team. It is also based in part on
the work of the Independent JPEG Group.

Dolby
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

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Supported AV Connections

The ScreenPlay provides high quality audio/video output* through the following TV
connections:

 HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)


 
 Composite video and audio L/R
 
 Optical Audio (S/PDIF)
 
 SCART RGB (Requires included AV SCART adapter)

*Supported video output resolutions: 480i/480p 60 Hz, 576i/576p 50 Hz, 720p 60 Hz, 1080i 60 Hz, and 1080p24 fps

CAUTION! The ScreenPlay TV Link is not intended for in-car entertainment use. Unstable
power or vibration may damage the ScreenPlay TV Link or connected USB devices.

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Supported Interfaces

In addition to the AV connections listed above, the ScreenPlay TV Link supports the
following interfaces:

 10/100 Ethernet for wired network connection


 
 Wireless Ready support for Iomega WiFi adapters (sold separately)
 
 USB 2.0 for external USB devices
 
 AV PAL/NTSC — native to 1080i/1080p*

*1080p is used automatically for video encoded at 1080p24 fps in a supported format if Automatic framerate is set to
ON and the TV supports it.

NOTE: Use of a network router or hub is recommended for network connection. The
package does not include a network router or hub.

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Network Client Requirements

When the ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to a network, client computers on the network
must use one of the following operating systems:

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 Microsoft Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 (all versions)

 Mac OS X, version 10.4 - 10.6

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

Installation Overview

Your ScreenPlay TV Link Director enables you to easily create a digital home entertainment
center with online access. To get started, connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to your TV and
home network, then complete first time setup. It doesn't matter if you connect to your
network first or your TV first. It will be easiest to set up your ScreenPlay TV Link if it’s
connected to both before you power it up the first time.

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Package Contents

Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link Remote Control Power Supply

AV SCART Adapter Composite AV Cable HDMI Cable

NOTE: Package contents may vary. For maximum transfer rate and reliability, use the cables
provided.

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Safety Guidelines

 Do not operate the ScreenPlay TV Link with wet hands or near water.

 Do not bend cables in a sharp angle.

 Keep the ScreenPlay TV Link and cables out of reach of children.

 Keep the ScreenPlay TV Link and its accessories away from heat sources.

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

Connectors and Indicators

Rear Panel Connectors

1. Power connector—Always connect the included power supply when using the
ScreenPlay TV Link.

2. HDMI connector—Use to connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to an HDTV or high


definition Home Theater System (HDMI cable not included). Outputs standard,
enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel audio (surround sound).

3. Optical audio connector—Outputs optical audio signal. Connect to a receiver using


an optical audio cable (not included).

4. Ethernet connector—Use for wired network connection (Ethernet cable not included).

5. L/R stereo audio output connectors—Use for composite audio connection; connect
to red/white audio input jacks on the TV.

6. Composite video output connector—Use for composite connection to a TV; connect


to yellow video input jack on the TV.

7. USB 2.0 host port—Use to connect a WiFi adapter or external USB device to the
ScreenPlay TV Link.

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Front Panel

1. Remote receiver—When using the remote control, always point it toward the
receiver.

NOTE: Media player functions controlled by the remote are available only when the
ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to a TV. Some functions are not supported by all
playable file types.

2. Power/Access LED—Glows white when the ScreenPlay TV Link is powered up; blinks
when the ScreenPlay TV Link is loading or accessing files; blinks once when the
ScreenPlay TV Link receives a command from the remote control.

3. USB 2.0 host ports (2)—Use to connect a WiFi adapter or external USB devices to the
ScreenPlay TV Link.

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

Connecting to a TV

The ScreenPlay TV Link supports several options for connecting to video and audio on your
TV or home entertainment center. Choose the option that provides the best quality video
and audio supported by your TV.

 HDMI — This is the best connection to use with an HDTV. It uses a single cable for
both video and audio.

 Composite video with L/R audio — This connection type is compatible with most
standard TVs. It uses a single cable for video and audio.

 SCART — This connection is used frequently on TV sets in Europe. It uses a single


multi-pin connector on the TV for both video and audio.

HDMI Connection

HDMI (high-definition media interface) supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition


video, plus multi-channel digital audio, on a single cable connection. This connection
option is supported only on high-definition (HD) TVs.

1. Connect the HDMI cable to the back of the ScreenPlay TV Link.

2. Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI input connection on the TV
set.

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Composite Video Connection

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Composite video is compatible with most TV sets. The following instructions use the
composite video connector on the ScreenPlay TV Link and the L/R audio connectors.

1. Connect the composite AV cable to the composite video output connector (yellow)
and the L/R audio output connectors (red and white) on the back of the ScreenPlay
TV Link, matching the colors.

2. Connect the yellow (video) connector on the other end of the cable to the composite
VIDEO input connection on the TV set.

3. Connect the white connector to the Left (L) audio input connection on the TV set.

4. Connect the red connector to the Right (R) audio input connection on the TV set.

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Optical Audio Connection

The ScreenPlay TV Link includes an optical audio connector for high quality digital audio
output. You will need to obtain an optical audio cable to connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to
an AV amplifier (receiver) with a digital audio decoder.

NOTE: You will get multi-channel sound effect only if the audio source file carries it.

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Connecting to SCART

1. Connect the included composite cable to the composite video and L/R audio
connectors on the back of the ScreenPlay TV Link, matching the colors.

2. Connect the included AV SCART adapter to the other end of the composite cable,
matching the colors.

3. Connect the SCART adapter to your TV set.

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Disconnecting from TV

Always turn off power to the ScreenPlay TV Link before disconnecting cables or moving the
the box. Press and hold the power button on the remote control for at least three seconds,

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then release. Wait until the indicator light turns off. It is then safe to disconnect cables and
move the player.

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

Connecting to a Network

 Physical Network Connection


 Network Setup

Physical Network Connection

Connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to your home network for access to online media, as well
as media content stored on your network volumes. You can connect the ScreenPlay TV Link
via Ethernet (wired network) or WiFi (wireless network).

NOTE: The ScreenPlay TV Link cannot be connected to Ethernet and WiFi at the same time.
An Ethernet connection will provide the best results when playing videos from your
network.

Wired Network:

Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to a network router, hub,
or switch.

— or —

Connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to the Ethernet port on a networked computer.

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NOTE: A network hub or router is recommended for a wired network connection. The
ScreenPlay TV Link package does not include a network hub, router, or ethernet cable.
 

Wireless Network:

The ScreenPlay TV Link is fully WiFi-ready and can connect to a wireless network using an
Iomega WiFi adapter. To make the connection, plug the WiFi adapter into the USB host port
on the back of the ScreenPlay TV Link. This will keep the USB host ports on the front of the
ScreenPlay TV Link available for connecting external USB devices.

NOTES:

 You must have a wireless network in place to support a WiFi connection. If you do
not already have a wireless network installed, you will need to obtain a wireless
router and install it.

 The package does not include a WiFi adapter. You can purchase an Iomega wireless
adapter from www.iomega.com.

Network Setup

After completing the physical network connection, follow the steps under first time setup
to automatically configure your network connection.

To configure the network connection manually after first time power up, select Network
from the Settings page. Click here to view complete step-by-step instructions for
completing network setup manually.

Once ScreenPlay TV Link is configured for your network, you will be able to browse and
play media files stored on your network volumes. You will also be able to use the online
media features. See Using Player Features for additional information.

NOTE: If you need to enter a username and password to login to a network volume, use the
virtual keyboard on the ScreenPlay TV interface. Use the remote control navigation buttons
and Enter to select the necessary characters. The password can use any combination of

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numbers, letters (lower case or caps), or extended characters, including punctuation


characters. To display and select extended characters, select ñòóô < or > abcd at the
bottom of the virtual keyboard screen.

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

First Time Setup

The first time you power up the ScreenPlay TV Link after connecting it to a TV, you will see
a setup wizard that enables you to configure basic settings. The setup wizard will not
appear again unless you reset the ScreenPlay TV Link to factory defaults.

1. If you have not already done so, connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to your network and
your TV.

NOTE: It doesn’t matter if you connect to your network first or your TV first.

2. Connect the included power supply to the back of the ScreenPlay TV Link.

3. Place the ScreenPlay TV Link on a stable surface and connect the power supply to an
uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or power outlet.

CAUTION! Do not move the ScreenPlay TV Link while it is powered up to avoid


damage or data loss. Use only the included power supply.

4. Press the power button on the remote control to turn on the ScreenPlay TV Link.

NOTE: The indicator light will flash while the player powers up, then glow steadily.

5. Turn on your TV and change the input setting as needed to receive input from the
ScreenPlay TV Link.

6. When the ScreenPlay setup wizard appears on the TV screen, select your language
and press the Enter button on the remote control.

7. Select the aspect ratio needed for your TV screen (16:9 for wide-screen display or
4:3 for full-screen).

8. To automatically set up your network connection, select Create a new configuration


and press Enter [ ↵ ].

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NOTE: If your ScreenPlay TV Link is not yet connected to a network, you can skip the
network configuration during first time setup. Use the Settings page to add a
network connection later on. See Network Setup for detailed instructions.

9. Select your network connection type (Ethernet or Wireless) and press Enter.

10. Select your network and press Enter.

NOTE: If your network is secure, the virtual keyboard will appear so you can enter
your password. When you are finished, select OK and press Enter.

11. Select Automatic as your configuration type unless you are an expert user. Press
Enter.

NOTE: If desired, advanced users can use Manual to set a static IP address and other
configuration options.

12. Use the virtual keyboard to enter a name for your network configuration, then select
OK and press Enter.

13. Under “Choose your configuration”, select your new configuration and press Enter.

14. Select Connect and press Enter.

15. When the connection completes, press the HOME button to return to the ScreenPlay
home page or press one of the media buttons (Video, Photo, Music) to navigate to a
file you want to play.

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Installation and Setup

 Installation Overview  Connecting to a TV


 Package Contents  Connecting to a Network
 Safety Guidelines  First Time Setup
 Connectors and Indicators  Settings

Settings
 Video/Photo  Torrents
 General  Advanced
 Sound/Image  Version
 Network

The Settings page allows you to view or change configuration options for the ScreenPlay TV
Link. To access the Settings page, go to the ScreenPlay home page and scroll down to
select the Settings icon:

When the Settings page displays, you will see the following information on the top banner:

 Type of network connection

 Connection type to the TV and the TV resolution

The bars below the top banner provide access to the following settings options. Use the
arrow buttons on the remote control to navigate to the settings you want to view or
change. When you want to exit the Settings page, press the Home button on the remote
control.

Video/Photo

Video parameters

 Default audio track — Select the default language for audio when viewing movies

Slideshow

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 Transition — Choose the transition style between photos

DivX VOD

 Registration — Displays the registration code to use when registering your


ScreenPlay TV Link for DivX Video-on-Demand

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General

 Language — Select the language for the user interface

 Parental Control — Activate parental controls, set age limit for restricted access,
set/change access code. See Using Parental Control for instructions.

 Help banner — Select ON to display help banner

 Screen saver delay — Set the time the ScreenPlay TV Link can be idle before
automatically going to standby mode.

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Sound/Image

 Video output — Select 50 Hz or 60 Hz 480i/480p, 576i/576p, 720p, or 1080i

 Composite output — Select PAL (576i 50 Hz) or NTSC (480p 60 Hz)

 HDMI sound — Select ON for audio output through the HDMI connector; select OFF
when using composite L/R audio

 Automatic framerate — When this option is ON, the ScreenPlay TV Link will
automatically adjust video output to the optimal resolution for the TV and video file
being played. Automatic framerate must be ON to enable 1080p support for video
encoded at 1080p24 fps in a supported format.

NOTE: ScreenPlay TV Link will use 1080p only if the TV supports it.

 SPDIF sound — Select ON when using Optical audio

 Aspect ratio — 16:9 (wide-screen) or 4:3 (full-screen)

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Network

 Connection Information — Displays details on current network configuration,


including IP address, subnet mask, gatewway, DNS Server 1, DNS Server 2, and Mac
address.

 Configure connection — Set up or change the network configuration

 File sharing — Set or change a password for the ScreenPlay TV Link (enable
password), Workgroup settings, share media, validate the network connection

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Torrents

 Status — Reports whether or not torrent files are currently downloading/uploading

 Active in Standby — Select ON to allow torrent downloads/uploads when the


ScreenPlay TV Link is in Standby mode

 Incoming bandwidth — Sets the amount of bandwidth available for torrent


downloads

 Outgoing bandwidth — Sets the amount of bandwidth available for torrent uploads
(sharing with other peers)

 Maximum peers — Sets the limit on number of peers to share an actively seeding
torrent

 Maximum downloads — Sets the maximum number of torrent files you wish to
download at the same time

 Listen port — Enter the port number you wish to use for Torrent traffic. By default,
BitTorrent uses TCP ports 6881-6999; however, many Internet Service Providers
(ISPs) throttle traffic on these ports. Some torrent trackers require that you use a
port in the 49152-65535 (unassigned) range.

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Advanced

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 Box reset — Change all settings back to factory defaults

Version

Displays important information about the ScreenPlay TV Link, including the firmware
version number and the product series number.

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Using Controls and Menus

 Using the Remote Control


 Navigating Menus
 Contextual Action Menus

Using the Remote Control

When the Iomega ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to the TV, you can use the remote
control to navigate menus and play content.

Power Power on/off


Press and hold 3 seconds
  then release for power off
Online
Media
Access online media

 
Navigation
wheel  
Navigate through lists
Enter/exit folders or menus

Stop
Stop playback
 
Play/Pause
Play file / pause playback
 
Up/Down
Navigate up or down through
lists or options / press and
hold for fast scroll
   
Right/Left Enter / exit folders or menus
Fast forward / rewind during
playback
Enter
Select option / open folder

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Skip Jump to next/previous
music/photo file or video
  chapter during playback
Volume

Increase / decrease volume

  Home   Mark Select files to play, copy, add


Display the ScreenPlay
to playlist, or delete using
home page
contextual action menu
  TV SYS   My List Add files to "now playing" list
Toggle video output*
or photo slideshow

  Menu Display contextual action   Info


Display file properties /
menus / access menu for
information
DVD movie
  Movies Access video functions   Photos Access photo functions
Browse video content Browse photo images

  Music Access music functions    


 
Browse music tracks

*Video output toggle order:

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PAL→ NTSC→ 480i 60Hz→ 480p 60Hz→ 576i 50Hz→ 576p 50Hz→ 720p 60Hz→ 1080i 60Hz


 

NOTE: Always point the remote control towards the receiver on the front of the ScreenPlay
TV Link.

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Using Controls and Menus

 Using the Remote Control


 Navigating Menus
 Contextual Action Menus

Navigating Menus

When the ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to a TV and powered up, the ScreenPlay home
page will display on the TV screen. From the home page, you can select from the following
media functions to browse and play media files, access online media, or access settings
and general information for your ScreenPlay TV Link.

  Music Listen to music and make playlists

  Video Access and play your videos

Browse and view your photo images. Create


  Photo
photo slideshows.

Access popular internet media to view on


  Online Media
your TV

  Settings View/change player settings

Use the navigation wheel or arrow buttons on the remote control to browse through the
media functions. Press the Enter button to select a function. When browsing content, you
can select and play media fles by pressing either the play button or enter on the remote
control.

Each media function automatically filters files so you will see only the selected media type.
For example, if you select the Music function, the navigator will list only audio files. If you
select Video, you can browse and play your video files.

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Navigation Tips:

 Use the up/down buttons to scroll item-by-item through a list on the current page
of the ScreenPlay TV interface. Press and hold the up/down buttons for fast scroll.

 Press the right arrow button to enter a selected directory.

 Press the left arrow button to exit the current directory and return to the parent
directory.

 Press the play button or enter to enter a selected directory or play a selected file.

 Press the stop buttun to end playback and return to the selected media navigator.

 Press the Home button to jump to the ScreenPlay home page during playback or
while browsing files and folders.

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Using Controls and Menus

 Using the Remote Control


 Navigating Menus
 Contextual Action Menus

Contextual Action Menus

You can press the Menu button on the remote control at any time to display a list of
available actions that differ depending on the currently selected media, the type of item,
and the context. For example, in the context of browsing (navigating) music files located
on an external USB device, the contextual action menu will list the following navigator
options:

Duplicate marked items to "usb"


Create a playlist with the marked items
Unmark all items
Delete marked items
Display marker list
Create a new folder in "usb"
Rename "file/folder name"
Delete "file/folder name"
Search

On this list, "usb" is the current location and will change when the contextual action menu
is called while browsing a different source location. Similarly, the "file/folder name" listed
with the options for "Rename" and "Delete" is context-sensitive and will show the name of
the file or folder that is highlighted when the action menu is called.

The contextual action menus available in navigation mode allow you to work with multiple
items. To select items you want to act on, browse to each item and press the Mark button
on the remote control. If you want to remove an item from the marked items list,
navigate to it and press the Mark button again. When you have finished selecting items,
press the Menu button to call the contextual action menu. You can check to see a list of
the items you have marked by selecting "Display marker list" from the action menu.

NOTE: Selecting an action for marked items does not unmark them. To start a new list of
marked items, first select "Unmark all items."

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During playback, the contextual action menu will list playback and display options so you
can easily modify your viewing or listening experience.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features


You can use the ScreenPlay TV interface to easily access and enjoy all of your digital media.
The following table provides links to instructions for using the player features.

Videos See:
   
 Watch digital movies   Playing Video Files
 Play video torrents   Download and Play Torrents
 Watch video camera recordings   Using External USB Devices
 Use a Digial Media Server   Accessing DMS (UPnP/DLNA)
Music  
 
 Listen to music   Listening to Music
 Make playlists   Creating Playlists
 Play music torrents   Download and Play Torrents
 Use a Digial Media Server   Accessing DMS (UPnP/DLNA)
Photos  
 
 View digital photos   Viewing Photo Images
 Create / view slideshows   Creating Slideshows
 Add music to a slideshow   Playing Music with a Slideshow
 Use a Digial Media Server   Accessing DMS (UPnP/DLNA)
Online media  
 
 Access popular Internet media   Connecting to Online Media
 Customize your Favorites lists   Favorites
 Add new links for favorite Add Personal Links
 
Internet media
 Track torrent downloads   Torrent Control Panel
Change Player Settings  
 
 Video/photo settings   Settings: Video/photo
 Torrent download settings   Settings: Torrents
 Audio settings   Settings: Sound/Image
 General settings   Settings: General
 Parental Control Settings   Using Parental Control
 Context sensitive settings   Contextual Action Menus

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Playing Video Files

With ScreenPlay TV Link connected to your TV and your home network, you can easily play
video files from any of the following locations:

 Connected USB storage devices (such as flash or external hard drives)


 Network volumes
 A computer or NAS with Digital Media Server
 A local computer equipped with Windows Media 11 and UPnP activated

To access your videos, select the Video icon from the ScreenPlay home page:

The Video navigator will list all available media storage locations and automatically filter
them to display video content. Use the navigation wheel or buttons on the remote control
to select a source location and browse to the video file you want to play. See Navigation
Tips for details on how to use the remote control to browse and select files.

NOTE: If the video file you want does not appear or does not play, make sure it is in a
supported format. See Supported Media Formats for a complete list of supported video
types and file formats.

Click here to view step-by-step instructions for playing video files.

Actions Menu
During video playback, you can press the Menu button to access a contextual action
menu where you can set/change the following options:

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Picture size
Subtitles
Sound track
Select chapter
Change camera angle
Go to DVD menu

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DVD Folder

A DVD folder contains complete files for a DVD movie. The ScreenPlay TV Link can play
back a movie from a DVD folder just like playing back a DVD disc. To create a DVD folder,
connect a supported USB device to your computer, insert the DVD disc into the computer's
optical drive, and use My Computer or Windows Explorer to browse the disc. Copy the
entire "VIDEO_TS" folder from the DVD to the USB device. To play the DVD movie, connect
the USB device to your ScreenPlay TV Link. Use the ScreenPlay TV interfce to navigate to the
VIDEO_TS folder, then select the VIDEO_TS IFO file and press the play button.

NOTE: If the DVD folder is incomplete, you can still play back the VOB files directly.
Functions controlled by the IFO file, such as the selection of subtitles, chapters, and
angles, will be lost.

IMPORTANT! Some DVD discs cannot be copied because they have been protected with CSS
protection. Always obey copyright and intellectual property rights. Do not copy DVDs with
copyright and do not distribute them to others.

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Download and Play Torrents

Your ScreenPlay TV Link includes support for downloading and playing torrent files from
the Internet. The term "torrent" refers to BitTorrent, a common peer-to-peer (P2P) file
sharing protocol used on the Internet. This file sharing method requires .torrent files that
are downloaded from a torrent tracker—a special server that tracks which peers are
sharing a file. The torrent tracker does not actually host a copy of the files that are being
shared. Each peer shares portions of the torrent once it has been downloaded. File transfer
rates increase as more peers participate in the download.

Here's how to download and play torrents using ScreenPlay TV Link:

1. Using a computer connected to the same network as the ScreenPlay TV Link, locate
the torrent you want on the Internet.

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2. Download the torrent file from the torrent tracker and save it to an external USB
storage device or a network volume connected to the ScreenPlay TV Link.

NOTE: If you are using an external USB device, make sure it has enough space
available for the complete media files associated with the torrent.

3. To start downloading the complete media files for the torrent, use the ScreenPlay TV
interface to navigate to the torrent file, then press Enter [ ↵ ].

4. Use the Torrent control panel to track the download process and stop or restart it if
needed.

5. When the download process is complete for all files in the torrent, select Import in
the Torrent control panel to make the media files visible in the ScreenPlay TV
interface.

NOTE: While the files are importing, other functions on the ScreenPlay TV Link will be
temporarily suspended. This can take several seconds or more depending on the
number of files in the torrent.

6. Use the ScreenPlay TV interface to locate the downloaded media files. You can now
play or copy the files like any other media files.

NOTE: Only supported file types will be visible on the TV interface.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Listening to Music

The ScreenPlay TV Link enables you to listen to music files stored on supported USB
devices, your network volumes, or shared UPnP/DLNA devices. Supported formats for
music files include MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, and FLAC. The ScreenPlay TV Link also supports
DVD soundtracks in AC3 format (Dolby Digital Encoding). You can play music files through
a TV set or connected amplifier/receiver. For the best music playback quality, use an HDMI
connection to the TV set or an optical audio connection to a connected amplifier/receiver.

To access your music files, select the Music icon from the ScreenPlay home page:

The Music navigator will list all available media storage locations and automatically filter
them to display audio content. Use the navigation wheel or buttons on the remote control
to select a source location and browse to the music track you want to play. Press the Play
button or Enter to start playback and display the music player on the TV.

Actions Menu
While the music player is displayed, you can press the Menu button to access a
contextual action menu where you can set/change the following options:

Repeat — Activate to repeat playback of the current track or all tracks in the
current folder or playlist

Shuffle — Activate to play tracks randomly

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"Now Playing" List

When you start playback of a music track, the ScreenPlay TV Link will automatically build a
"now playing" list that includes all tracks stored in the same folder as the selected track.
You can display the "now playing" list by pressing the right arrow button on the remote
control. You can add tracks to "now playing", remove tracks, or modify the playback order.

NOTE: The “Now Playing” list is a temporary playlist that goes away when you stop
playback. If you want a permanent playlist, refer to the instructions below for Creating
Playlists.

Add Music Tracks to "Now Playing"

1. From the music player window, press MY LIST on the remote control to display the
music navigator.

2. Browse through your folders and albums to select the track you want to add.

NOTE: If you want to add more than one track, use the Mark button to select
each track you want. You can also use the Mark button to select a folder, album, or
playlist. This will select all music tracks inside the marked item.

3. When you have selected all the music tracks you want to add, press the Play/pause
button and select Add.

4. Return to the music player by pressing the MY LIST button again.

5. Press the right arrow button to display the "now playing" list. The tracks you selected
should appear at the end of the list.

Change the Playback Order for "Now Playing"

1. From the music player window, press the right arrow button on the remote control
to display the "now playing" list.

2. Use the up/down arrow buttons or the navigation wheel to scroll through the list and
select the track you want to move.

3. Press the right arrow button to shift the track from the list.

4. Use the up/down arrow buttons to move the track to the desired position in the list.

5. Press the left arrow button to place the track back into the list.

6. Press the left arrow button again to return to the music player.

Remove Tracks from "Now Playing"

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From the music player window, press the right arrow button on the remote control
to display the "now playing" list.

1. Use the up/down arrow buttons or the navigation wheel to scroll through the list and
select the track you want to remove.

2. Press the Stop button to remove the track from the list.

NOTE: Removing a track from "now playing" does not delete it from the source
location.

3. Press the left arrow button to return to the music player.

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Creating Playlists

A playlist is a collection of music files which can be played in series. You can use playlists
for continuous playback of music stored in different locations on connected USB devices or
your home network. You can also use playlists to add background music to your photo
slideshows.

How to Create a Playlist

1. Press the Music button on the remote control to display the music navigator.

2. Browse to each file you want to include in the playlist and press the Mark button
to select it.

3. Once you have selected the tracks you want for the playlist, navigate to the location
where you want to save the playlist.

NOTE: You might find it helpful to create a folder called “Playlists” so you can save all
of your playlists in a single location. You can use the contextual action menu to
create and rename the folder as desired.

4. When the music navigator is located in the folder where you want to save the
playlist, press the Menu button to display the contextual action menu.

5. Select "Create a playlist with marked items".

6. Use the virtual keyboard to name your playlist, then select OK and press Enter [ ↵ ].

How to Play a Playlist

1. Press the Music button on the remote control to display the music navigator.

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2. Browse to the playlist you want and press the Play/pause button to start playback.

3. Press Play/pause again to pause playback or press the Stop button to end playback.

During playback, you can use the contextual action menu to set options to repeat all tracks
on the playlist or shuffle the play order. You can also make temporary changes to the
playlist using the now playing feature. If you want to make permanent changes to a playlist
refer to the instructions in the following section.

NOTE: A playlist is an .m3u file. In addition to playlists created using the ScreenPlay TV
interface, the ScreenPlay TV Link can use playlist files from other software players, such as
Windows Media Player or Winamp.

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Making Changes to a Playlist

To remove tracks from a playlist or change the default playback order, highlight the
playlist in the music navigator and press the right arrow button to display the list. Use the
contextual action menu to mark and remove tracks from the playlist. If you want to change
the default playback order, rename tracks so they display in the desired order.

NOTE: The default playback order is alphanumeric according to the filenames.

Add Music Tracks to an Existing Playlist

1. Press the Music button on the remote control to display the music navigator.

2. Browse to each file you want to add to the playlist and press the Mark button to
select it.

3. Browse to highlight the playlist where you want to add the selected tracks.

4. Press the Menu button and select "Add to playlist...".

NOTE: The contextual action menu will display the name of the selected playlist.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Viewing Photo Images

You can use ScreenPlay TV Link to view photos directly from a USB camera or images
stored on a connected USB storage device, your network volumes, or shared UPnP/DLNA
devices. Supported formats for photo images include JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, and TIFF. You
can easily view all of the photos stored in a single folder or create slideshows with images
from any available location.

To access your photos, select the Photo icon from the ScreenPlay home page:

The Photo navigator will list available media storage locations and filter them to show
thumbnails of your photos. Use the navigation wheel or buttons on the remote control to
select a source location and browse through the thumbnails to select the photo you want
to view. Press the Play button or Enter to display the photo on the TV. Press the right arrow
button (Next) to display the next photo in the same folder.

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Creating Slideshows

ScreenPlay TV Link automatically allows you to view all of the photos in a selected folder as
a slideshow. If you want to create a slideshow using photos from multiple folders, first
create a new folder for the slideshow, then copy the photos you want into it. Follow the
step-by-step instructions below.

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NOTE: If all of the photos for your slideshow are already in a single folder, you can skip to
step 8 below.

How to Create a Slideshow

1. Press the Photo button on the remote control to bring up the photo navigator.

2. Browse to the location you want to store your slideshow and press the Menu button
to bring up the contextual action menu.

3. Select "Create new folder in ..." and press Enter [ ↵ ].

4. Select the new folder, press the Menu button, and use the virtual keyboard to name
the folder for your slideshow.

5. Return to the photo navigator by pressing the Photo button again.

6. Browse to each photo you want to include in the slideshow and press the Mark
button to select it.

7. Once you have selected all the photos you want to use, navigate to the folder you
created. When the photo navigator is inside the folder, press the Menu button
and select "Duplicate marked items in..." then press Enter.

8. ScreenPlay TV Link will display the photos in alphanumeric order, so to set the
display order for your slideshow, simply number each photo. You can use the
contextual action menu to change filenames and insert numbers in each name.

9. To set the display interval for your slideshow, press the Home button and scroll
down to select Settings. Go to Video/photo → Photo settings → Tempo period. You
can set the display time from 10 to 60 seconds, or choose Manual if you do not want
the photos to change automatically.

10. You can also use Settings to select the transition style for your slideshow. When you
are finished in Settings, press the Home button to exit.

11. To view your slideshow, press the Photo button, navigate to the folder containing
your slideshow, highlight the first photo, and press the Play button.

NOTE: While viewing a photo slideshow, you can use the contextual action menu to set or
change the following options:

Transitions
Left rotation
Right rotation

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Playing Music with a Slideshow

ScreenPlay TV Link enables you to easily add music to your slideshows. Here's how:

1. Follow the instructions above to create your slideshow.

2. Select the music you want for the slideshow and save it as a playlist. See Creating
Playlists for instructions. If desired, you can use music tracks stored in a single
folder instead of a playlist.

3. Press the Music button to display the music navigator, then browse to the playlist or
music album you want to use and press the Play/pause button to start playing the
music.

4. Press MY LIST on the remote control, then press the Photo button.

5. Navigate to the folder containing your slideshow.

6. Select the first photo, then press Play to launch the slideshow.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Connecting to Online Media

 Accessing Online Media  Playing YouTube Videos on Your TV


 Favorites  What is SHOUTcast?
 Add Personal Links  Torrent Control Panel

ScreenPlay TV Link features direct access to online content from Internet sites such as
® ™ ™
Flickr and YouTube , and from Internet feeds such as SHOUTcast Internet Radio,
podcasts, or RSS. Your ScreenPlay TV Link includes a selection of popular Internet media
immediately available, and you can add other Internet content as desired using the
ScreenPlay Online Media web portal. You can also use your ScreenPlay TV Link to download
and play Torrents from the Internet.

IMPORTANT! The ScreenPlay TV Link must be connected to a network that is connected to


the Internet in order to access any online content.

Accessing Online Media

To access online media, press the Online Media button on the remote control or select
the Online Media icon from the ScreenPlay home page:

The online media screen provides immediate access to popular Internet media including:

®
 Flickr

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 YouTube

 SHOUTcast Internet Radio
 Web TV
 News
 Sports

To view available Internet media, select a media type (for example, Web video), highlight
Spotlight and press Enter [ ↵ ]. Select a media item from the list and press Play or Enter on
the remote control to view the web media on your TV.

NOTE: Web content on the ScreenPlay TV Link is dynamic and may change without notice.
Check spotlighted web media frequently for new options.

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Favorites

You can customize the online media access on your ScreenPlay TV Link with your favorite
Internet media content. You can select media content for your favorites lists from the
catalogs available on the ScreenPlay Online Media web portal, or you can add new links. To
set up your Favorites lists, first create a personal online media account. You can then login
to the web portal to add favorite web content as desired.

Create Your Personal Online Media Account

1. Using a computer connected to the Internet, go to www.iomega.com/onlinemedia.

2. Click Register.

3. Enter the username and password you want to use.

IMPORTANT! Write down and remember your username and password.

Select Content for Favorites List

1. Using a computer connected to the Internet, go to www.iomega.com/onlinemedia


and login to your personal online media account.

2. Select Catalogs to access the current catalogs of popular web content.

3. Select a media type and browse through the available catalogs to find media you
want on your Favorites list. Click on a media item to preview it on your computer.

4. For each media item you want to add to your Favorites list, highlight it and click Add
to Favorites at the bottom of the web portal window.

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5. Click "Favorites" at the top of the catalog to see a list of the media items you have
selected.

6. Using the ScreenPlay TV interface, select Online Media. Choose the type of web
media, then select Favorites and press Enter. The web content you selected should
now appear on your list.

NOTE: The catalogs will be updated frequently to propose the best available web media, so
check back often.

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Add Personal Links

If you want to access Internet media that isn't included in the ScreenPlay Online Media web
portal catalogs, you can add a link for it on your personal portal.

1. Using a computer connected to the Internet, go to www.iomega.com/onlinemedia


and login to your personal online media account.

2. Select Personal Portal.

3. Use the computer's Internet browser to locate the Internet media (podcast, blog, RSS
feed, etc.) you want to add.

4. Copy the URL for the media item from the browser window and paste into the URL
field under MY LINKS on your personal portal.

NOTE: Make sure the URL starts with "http://". If the URL starts with "feed//", change
it to "http://". If you try to add a link that starts with "feed//", the web portal will
show that it is not approved.

5. If you want to change the title for the media link to something you will easily
recognize, click "Edit" following the feed title (shown below the URL field).

6. Use the drop-down menu to select the type of media for the feed (video, audio,
photo, or blog).

7. Click Add to enter the link onto your personal links list.

8. Using the ScreenPlay TV interface, select Online Media. Choose the type of web
media, then select Links and press Enter. The media link you added should now
appear on your list.

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Playing YouTube Videos on Your TV

You can use the ScreenPlay TV interface to search for YouTube videos and play them on
your TV set. Here’s how:

1. Using the ScreenPlay TV interface, select Online Media.

2. Select YouTube and press Enter.

3. Select one of the categories of popular videos and press Enter to see a list of video
titles.

HINT: For fast scroll through the categories, press and hold the down arrow button
on the remote control.

4. To play a video title on the TV, highlight it and press the Play/pause button.

5. To search for a specific video title, press and hold the down arrow button until you
get to Search. Press Enter.

6. Use the virtual keyboard to enter the title you want.

HINT: It isn’t necessary to enter the entire title, but the closer your text entry gets
the easier it will be to find the video you want.

7. When you have finished entering the title, select OK and press Enter.

8. The ScreenPlay TV Link will list the YouTube videos that match your text entry. Scroll
down the list to highlight the specific title you want and press Enter to play it on
your TV.

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What is SHOUTcast?


SHOUTcast Radio is one of the largest directories of professionally and community

programmed online radio stations in the world. Today SHOUTcast Radio features over
25,000 stations from around the globe. If you're into popular or indie music, or want to
check out local or world programming, you're sure to find something you like on

SHOUTcast Radio.

See www.shoutcast.com/disclaimer for terms of service when using SHOUTcast Radio.

You can download the SHOUTcast toolbar from www.shoutcast.com.

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Torrent Control Panel

To access the torrent control panel, select Torrent from the Online Media screen and press
Enter. The torrent control panel allows you to monitor progress of torrent downloads. For a
torrent download in process, the control panel will tell you filename, total size, status (on-
going, paused, or done), and percentage complete. Once a torrent has completely
downloaded, it will start seeding (sharing with other peers). The control panel will then tell
you the upload rate and uploaded size. The torrent will remain seeding until you pause or
cancel it. You can set the maximum download/upload bandwidth and other options for
torrents using Settings: Torrents.

Press the Menu button to access the following actions for the torrent control pannel:

Pause
Temporarily stops an on-going torrent download/upload without removing
the .torrent file.

Resume
Restarts a torrent download/upload that was previously paused.

Cancel
Stops and deletes an on-going download and removes the downloaded files from the
seeding list (shared files). Complete downloaded files are not removed.

Import
Once a download is complete, this option imports the downloaded media files into the
ScreenPlay TV Link database. This makes the downloaded files visible via the
ScreenPlay TV interface and available to be played or copied like any other media file.

See Download and Play Torrents for information on how to launch a torrent download.

NOTE: If a torrent download fails, check your torrent tracker to ensure that the torrent is
still actively seeded.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Sharing Media Files

The ScreenPlay TV Link is UPnP/DLNA compliant to make it easy to connect and share
media content in the digital home. You can share media files across your home network or
access media content from external USB devices.

Using External USB Devices

The ScreenPlay TV Link will automatically recognize supported media content on external
USB devices that are formatted NTFS, FAT32, Mac OS Extended (HFS+)*, Ext2, or Ext3.
Simply connect the USB device to one of the USB host ports on the ScreenPlay TV Link, then
use the TV interface to select the type of media you want to view or play from the USB
device. Select "usb" from the list of available locations to browse media content and select
files you want to play.

*Mac OS Extended Journaled is not supported.

NOTE: The USB host ports on the ScreenPlay TV Link can support only one host-powered
external hard drive at a time. You can connect additional USB devices at the same time if
they draw very little power from the USB bus. For example, you could connect one 2.5"
portable hard drive, plus a flash or pen USB drive and an Iomega WiFi adapter.

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Accessing Network Files

You can use the ScreenPlay TV Link to play media files from your network on your TV.
Connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to your network and set up the network configuration. See

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Connecting to a Network for more information.

Once the network connection is established, you will be able to select network volumes
from the list of available locations on the ScreenPlay TV interface, then browse folders and
files to select and play media content.

NOTE: If you need to enter a username and password to login to a network volume, use the
virtual keyboard on the ScreenPlay TV interface. Use the remote control navigation buttons
and Enter to select the necessary characters. The password can use any combination of
numbers, letters (lower case or caps), or extended characters, including punctuation
characters. To display and select extended characters, select ñòóô < or > abcd at the
bottom of the virtual keyboard screen.

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Digital Media Servers

The ScreenPlay TV Link can access a Digital Media Server (DMS) that meets the following
requirements:

 The DMS must be UPnP/DLNA compliant.

 The DMS and the ScreenPlay TV Link must be connected to the same local network.

The DMS can be either a computer or a network attached storage device with integrated
Digital Media Server. Once the network connection is established, the ScreenPlay TV Link
will list the DMS as a source location for Video, Photo, and Music media files. You can
browse and play media content from the DMS or transfer files or folders to or from the
DMS as desired.

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Using the ScreenPlay TV Link Player Features

 Playing Video Files  Connecting to Online Media


 Download and Play Torrents  Using External USB Devices
 Listening to Music  Accessing Network Files
 Creating Playlists  Digital Media Servers
 Viewing Photo Images  Using Parental Control
 Creating Slideshows

Using Parental Control

The ScreenPlay TV Link's parental control feature enables you to restrict your children's
access to selected movies, music files, and photos. After parental control has been
activated, you can easily switch between parent mode, which provides full access to all
files and settings, and child mode, which limits access to rated media files. Follow the
instructions below to activate parental control and set ratings on files where you want to
restrict access.

STEP 1 — Activate Parental Control

1. From the ScreenPlay home page, select Settings and press Enter [ ↵ ].

2. In the upper settings bar, select General and press Down.

3. Press the right arrow button to select Parental control from the lower settings bar.

4. Press Down to select Activation, then press Down again to highlight ON.

5. Press Enter to activate parental control.

6. You will see a screen asking you to enter your new code. Set the 4-digit access code
you want to use.

7. The ScreenPlay TV Link will ask you to enter a question of your choice. This can be
used to reset your access code in case you forget it. Use the virtual keyboard to
enter the question you want to use.

NOTE: The question can be anything you want to use, including numbers as well as
words. It does not have to be a full sentence.

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8. Enter the answer for your security question.

9. Once you have completed the activation process, the ScreenPlay TV Link will return
to the Settings page. Proceed to STEP 2 to set up parental ratings. Do not set the
ScreenPlay TV Link to child mode until you complete the parental ratings.

STEP 2 — Set Parental Ratings

1. From the lower bar on the Settings page, press the right arrow button to highlight
Parental rating, then press Down.

2. Select the age where access will be restricted, then press Enter. The ScreenPlay TV
Link will use this setting along with ratings you establish on selected media files to
hide restricted files in child mode.

3. Press the Home button to exit the Settings page.

4. Navigate to highlight a media folder or file where you want to restrict your children's
access.

5. Press the Info button .

6. Press Down to highlight Rating, then press Enter.

NOTE: You can only set age ratings when the ScreenPlay TV Link is set to parent
mode. You will not see the rating option if the ScreenPlay TV Link is in child mode.

7. Select the minimum age you want to be able to access the folder or file and press
Enter.

NOTE: Access ratings can be different for different media files. If you set a rating on
a folder, it will apply to all files in the folder. When set to child mode, the ScreenPlay
TV Link will hide all media folders and files that are rated equal to or older than the
parental control level selected on the Settings page.

8. Repeat this rating process for each folder or file where you want to limit access.

NOTE: All unrated media files will be available in child mode along with folders and
files that are rated at younger level than the parental control level selected on the
Setting page.

STEP 3 — Set the ScreenPlay TV Link to Child Mode

After you have finished rating all of the media folders and files you want to restrict, set the
ScreenPlay TV Link to child mode. You can do this using the contextual action menu
(available when you press the Menu button), or you can go to the Settings page and select

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Set to child mode. The following restrictions apply when the ScreenPlay TV Link is in child
mode.

 Rated folders and files will not appear in the ScreenPlay TV interface if the access
level is equal to or older than the setting selected on the Settings page.

 The parental access code will be required in order to enter the Settings page or to
switch to parent mode.

 If the ScreenPlay TV Link is restarted, it will start up in the same mode it was in prior
to the restart. This means the only way to switch the ScreenPlay TV Link from child
mode to parent mode is by entering the access code. It also means that parental
control restrictions will be effective only when you switch the ScreenPlay TV Link to
child mode.

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Troubleshooting

 Problems on a TV Connection
 Problems Playing Media Files
 Problems on a Network Connection

Click the links below to expand or close the troubleshooting information.

For help with problems that are not covered in this manual, please visit the support area
on www.iomega.com

Problems on a TV Connection

TV screen does not display normally

Press the TV SYS button on the remote control repeatedly until the screen displays
normally. This toggles the video output on the ScreenPlay as follows: PAL→ NTSC→
480i 60Hz→ 480p 60Hz→ 576i 50Hz→ 576p 50Hz→ 720p 60Hz→ 1080i 60Hz.

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TV screen rolls vertically

This problem is probably due to an incorrect video output setting for your region. The
selected setting must match your regional television standard (PAL or NTSC). To fix the
problem, press the NTSC/PAL button on front of the ScreenPlay TV Link to toggle the
regional setting.

NOTE: The default setting on the ScreenPlay TV Link matches the region where the
device is purchased. You might see this problem if you travel and use your ScreenPlay
TV Link in different parts of the world.

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ScreenPlay TV Link does not respond to the remote control

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 Make sure you are pointing the remote control directly at the receiver on the
front panel. The indicator light on the ScreenPlay TV Link will flash once when it
receives a signal from the remote control. If the indicator light is not on, make
sure the ScreenPlay TV Link is receiving power (see ScreenPlay TV Link LED does
not light), then check the following suggestions.

 If you are using the remote control for the first time, install the included AAA
batteries. Make sure the batteries are oriented correctly.

 If you have used the remote control for some time, the batteries could be
depleted. Try replacing them.

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Blank or blue screen when the ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to a TV

 Confirm that the ScreenPlay TV Link is correctly connected to video input on


your TV set. Refer to Connecting to a TV for detailed instructions.

 Make sure the ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to power and turned on.

 Make sure you have selected the correct video input on your TV to display
output from the ScreenPlay TV Link.

 The video output setting on the ScreenPlay might not be correct for your TV.
Press the TV SYS button on the remote control repeatedly until the screen
displays normally.

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No audio output

 Check the audio cable connection between the ScreenPlay TV Link and the TV.
The ScreenPlay TV Link can be connected to right/left RCA connectors on the TV
using the red and white connectors on the included composite cable. You can
also connect the ScreenPlay TV Link to an AV amplifier (receiver) using an optical
audio cable (not included). If you are using a composite RCA connection, be sure
you have connected to audio input on the TV set. If you are using an HDMI
connection, it includes both video and audio.

NOTE: Some TV sets are equipped with separate composite and component
audio inputs. Be sure that you have connected the correct one. See Connecting
to a TV for instructions.

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 Check the audio settings under the Sound/Image options on the Settings page.
If the ScreenPlay is connected to an AV amplifier using an optical audio cable,
select the appropriate S/PDIF Output option for your equipment.

 Check the volume setting on the TV or AV amplifier. You will not be able to hear
audio if the volume is too low. Try pressing the volume increase button on the
ScreenPlay TV Link remote control.

 The ScreenPlay TV Link might be using the wrong audio channel.

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TV does not have RCA jacks

Try connecting your ScreenPlay TV Link through a VCR or RF Modulator (the VCR needs
to be in VCR mode rather than TV mode). You can also use the optical audio connector
on the ScreenPlay TV Link to connect to an AV amplifier (receiver) with a digital audio
decoder (optical audio cable not included).

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ScreenPlay TV Link LED does not light

The indicator light glows when the ScreenPlay TV Link is powered up and blinks when
the ScreenPlay TV Link is loading or accessing files. If the LED does not light, try the
following troubleshooting suggestions.

 Confirm that the power supply that shipped with the ScreenPlay TV Link is
corectly connected to the back of the player. Try disconnecting and reconnecting
the power supply cable.

 Confirm that the power supply is connected to a working power outlet or


uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

 Check the connection of the power cord to the power supply.

 Press the power button on the remote control to turn power on.

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The TV interface appears in the wrong language

1. Select the Settings icon:

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2. Scroll to General and press Enter [ ↵ ].

3. Select Language and choose the language you want to use.

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Problems Playing Media Files

Media files are listed on a computer but not on the TV

 The media file format might not be supported on the ScreenPlay TV Link. Refer
to Supported Media Formats for information on supported file types and
filename extensions.

 Make sure the folder containing the files is not compressed, encrypted, or
hidden. You can check the folder attributes on a computer by right clicking on
the folder icon and selecting Properties. Make sure the box next to Hidden is not
checked. Click the Advanced button to check whether or not the folder is
compressed or encrypted.

 If you have set an age rating on the file to restrict your children's access, make
sure the ScreenPlay TV Link is set to parent mode. Restricted files will not appear
in the ScreenPlay TV interface when the ScreenPlay TV Link is set to child mode.

To change from child mode to parent mode, press the Menu button and
then select Set parent mode. Enter your access code to switch the mode.

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Some media files will not play

 Confirm that the file format is supported on the ScreenPlay. Refer to Supported
Media Formats for information on supported file types and filename extensions.

 Make sure the file is not compressed.

 Make sure the media file is not damaged. If available, try replacing the file with a
known-good copy.

 If the file still will not play, it might be due to an incompatible codec. Even with a
supported file type, ScreenPlay TV Link might not be able to support every codec

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used to create that type of media file. With container formats, like MKV, that use
multiple codecs for the various data streams included in the container, all of the
codecs must be supported in order for ScreenPlay TV Link to play the file.

For additional information on codecs and codec incompatibilities, please visit


the support area on www.iomega.com.

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Unrecognizable subtitle occurs when playing some DivX movies

If the subtitle file is ANSI encoded text, you need to manually set the subtitle language
option to match the language used by the subtitle file. Press the Menu button on the
remote control to display the action menu and select Subtitles, then choose the
language you need.

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Audio or subtitle is not in the selected language

If the audio or subtitle on a movie does not come up in the language you have
selected, the movie probably does not include that language. Press the Menu button
on the remote control to display the action menu and select Subtitles, then select
another language.

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DVD menu behaves incorrectly - blank screen or repeated segments

This happens if the DVD folder lacks some files needed for the menu function. To work
around this issue, press the stop button on the ScreenPlay TV Link remote control to
stop playback. Press the Video button and browse to select the VIDEO_TS file for the
DVD movie. Press the Play button to play the Main Title directly.

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Problems on a Network Connection

ScreenPlay TV Link is not recognized on the network

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 Make sure the ScreenPlay TV Link is connected to power and turned on. The
indicator light glows when the ScreenPlay TV Link is powered up. If the LED is
off, press the power button on the remote control. The LED will blink while the
ScreenPlay TV Link powers up, then glow steadily. If the indicator light does not
turn on, see ScreenPlay TV Link LED does not light.

 If you are using a wired network connection, check the following:

 Make sure you are using a functional Ethernet cable. Verify that the LED on
the Ethernet (LAN) connector is lit.

 Make sure the Ethernet cable is connected to a 10/100Base-T switch, hub,


or router, or directly to a computer on the network.

 Check all connections (power and network).

 If you are using a wireless network connection, check the following:

 Make sure you are using an Iomega 802.11n WiFi adapter that is qualified
specifically for ScreenPlay TV Link. Other WiFi adapters will not work
correctly.

 Make sure the WiFi adapter is securely connected to a USB host port on the
ScreenPlay TV Link. You should see a message on the ScreenPlay TV Link
TV display indicating Wifi device plug-in.

 Make sure you have set up the wireless connection for the ScreenPlay TV
Link. See Network Setup for more information.

 Try rebooting your computer and connecting to the ScreenPlay TV Link again.

 Make sure the computer you are using to connect to the ScreenPlay TV Link is on
the same subnet or network segment as the ScreenPlay TV Link.

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Where is the IP address for the ScreenPlay TV Link?

The ScreenPlay TV Link uses DHCP by default and will be automatically assigned an IP
address by the network. To view the IP address, go to the ScreenPlay TV Link Home
menu on the TV display, scroll down to select Settings > Network > Connection
Informaton. If the IP address does not appear, make sure the ScreenPlay TV Link is
correctly connected to the network (see ScreenPlay TV Link is not recognized on the
network).

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How to Get Help


Iomega is committed to providing excellent customer support. To meet this goal, Iomega
offers a variety of support options designed to meet the needs of a wide range of users.
For complete information on the support options available for your Iomega product, check
our website at www.iomega.com. Please select your region carefully.

Here's just some of what is available on Iomega's award-winning web support site 24
hours a day, 7 days a week:

 Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs)


 Online help pages with troubleshooting or basic "how to" information
 Up-to-date Iomega software and drivers
 Advanced online support options, such as 1-on-1 live chat and email
 Electronic copies of Iomega product manuals
 Information on telephone support options
 Information on advanced technical service options, such as data recovery
 Warranty information and product return instructions

Support options available may vary depending on your region and language of choice.

NOTE: Iomega's specific customer support policies (including fees for services) and
procedures change as technology and market conditions dictate. To obtain information
about Iomega's current policies, please visit our website or write to: Iomega Customer
Service, 4059 South 1900 West, Roy, UT 84067, USA.

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Limited Warranty
 Coverage
 Excluded Products and Problems
 Remedies
 Obtaining Warranty Service
 Limitations

Coverage

Iomega warrants this hardware product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for the warranty period. This non-transferable, limited warranty is only to
you, the first end-user purchaser. The warranty begins on the date of purchase and lasts
for a period of one (1) year for product purchased in the Americas or the Asia-Pacific
region; ninety (90) days for Iomega reconditioned products purchased in these regions; or,
two (2) years for product purchased by an end-user in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa.
Customers who register their new products at www.iomegareg.com within 90 days of
purchase will receive a warranty extension so that their total warranty shall be a period of
three (3) years in all regions.

NOTE: Reconditioned products are not eligible for a warranty extension.

Excluded Products and Problems

This warranty does not apply to: (a) Iomega software products; (b) expendable components
such as fuses or bulbs; or (c) third party products, hardware or software, supplied with the
warranted product. Iomega makes no warranty of any kind on such products which, if
included, are provided “AS IS.”

This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, failure to follow
instructions given in the product documentation, use of non-Iomega supplied or approved
replaceable components, exposure of media to excessive magnetic fields, external
environmental causes, or damage arising from any cause or causes for which Iomega is not
responsible such as exposure to abnormal temperatures, shock, power surges, power
outages, improper power supply, or damage caused while the product is being shipped
from you to Iomega.

Your Iomega product may contain certain replaceable components such as hard drives or
power supplies. Refer to your product documentation or contact Iomega to determine
whether specific components are replaceable. Any alteration, change, modification, or
repair (other than replacement of a replaceable component) made to the product by a party
other than Iomega or Iomega's authorized service provider will void this warranty.

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Remedies

Your sole and exclusive remedy for a covered defect is repair or replacement of the
defective product, at Iomega’s sole option and expense (shipping may be charged), and
Iomega may use new or refurbished parts or products to do so. The replaced part/product
will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty or three (3) months from the
date of shipment of such parts/products, whichever is longer. If Iomega is unable to repair
or replace a defective product, your alternate exclusive remedy shall be a refund of the
original purchase price.

The above is Iomega’s entire obligation to you under this warranty. IN NO EVENT SHALL
IOMEGA BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES OR
LOSSES, INCLUDING LOSS OF DATA, USE, OR PROFITS EVEN IF IOMEGA HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. In no event shall Iomega’s liability exceed the
original purchase price of the drive or the media disk. Some jurisdictions do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.

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Obtaining Warranty Service

You must notify Iomega within the warranty period to receive warranty service. Just as
technology and market conditions vary, Iomega’s specific customer support policies
(including fees for services) and procedures change over time. To obtain information about
Iomega’s current policies or warranty service, please visit our website at
www.iomega.com/supportpolicy.html or write to: Iomega Customer Service, 4059 South
1900 West, Roy, UT 84067.

Contact Information for Iomega Customer Service can be obtained on our Support website
at:

 U.S., Canada, and Latin America—www.iomega.com/support


 Europe, the Middle East, and Africa—www.iomega.com/europe/support
 Asia-Pacific Region—www.iomega.com/ap/support

If your product is eligible for warranty service, you will be required to return it to Iomega,
along with proper identification, a return authorization number obtained from the Iomega
website or provided by the Iomega representative, and proof of purchase. Iomega will not
protect, recover, or return data during warranty service so you should duplicate your data
before shipment.

Limitations

THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED. To the extent permitted by applicable law, IOMEGA SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY

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IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR


FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Any implied warranty required by applicable law
shall be limited in duration to the express warranty term. Some jurisdictions do not allow
disclaimers of implied warranties or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so
the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights that vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Any suit for
breach of any warranty on your Product must be filed within one (1) year of the first date
the suit could have been brought.

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Regulatory Information
 FCC (United States)
 Canadian Verification
 CE (European Community)
 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
 Manufacturer/Responsible Party
 RoHS

FCC (United States)

The computer equipment described in this manual generates and uses radio frequency (RF)
energy. If the equipment is not installed and operated in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions, interference to radio and television reception might result.

This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.

Part 15, Class B, of the FCC Rules, is designed to provide reasonable protection against
radio and television interference in a residential installation. Although the equipment has
been tested and found to comply with the allowed RF emission limits, as specified in the
above cited Rules, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. Interference can be determined by turning the equipment off and on while
monitoring radio or television reception. The user may be able to eliminate any
interference by implementing one or more of the following measures:

 Reorient the affected device and/or its receiving antenna.


 Increase the distance between the affected device and the computer equipment.
 Plug the computer and its peripherals into a different branch circuit from that used
by the affected device.
 If necessary, consult an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions.

NOTE: Changes or modifications to the electronics or enclosure of this product must be


expressly approved by Iomega; otherwise, the user's authority to operate this product
might be voided by the FCC.

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Canadian Verification

This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-
Causing Equipment Regulations (ICES-003, Class B).

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CE (European Community)

This Iomega product conforms to the following European Directive(s)and Standard(s):


Application of Council Directive: 2004/108/EC. Standards to which Conformity is declared:
EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3. Importer’s Name: Iomega International,
S.A. Type of Equipment: Information Technology Equipment.

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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

In accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic


Equipment (WEEE), the presence of the above symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this item must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal waste
stream. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of this product by returning it to a
collection point designated for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment waste.
Separate collection of this waste helps to optimize the recovery and recycling of any
reclaimable materials and also reduces the impact on human health and the environment.

For more information concerning the correct disposal of this product, please contact your
local authority or the retailer where this product was purchased.

Manufacturer/Responsible Party

Iomega Corporation
4059 South 1900 West

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Roy, UT 84067 USA

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Using This Manual


Expanding Submenu Topics

In the left hand menu, click a plus sign     to reveal the submenu topic links. If there is no
plus sign next to the title, there are no submenu links. Click the minus sign to hide the
submenu.

Expanding Page Topics

Some pages show a list of topics in blue text. Click a topic to show the information. Click
the topic again to collapse the topic.

Using the Search Feature

Type a word or subject in the search box at the top of the page ,
then click the magnifying glass icon to quickly locate specific information. You must type
three or more letters for the search function to work.

If you type two words in the search box, such as "Windows format", the search will locate
topics that contain either "Windows" or "format".

Advanced Search

To search for a specific phrase or group of words, enter a "+" (plus) sign followed by the
word or phrase you want to locate. When using the plus sign, do not leave any space
between it and the query string. The search will then bring up topics that have all the
words in the search query.

Example: "+Windows format" will search for topics that contain both "format" and
"Windows".

Printing

Click the Print icon at the bottom of the menu to print the current page.

Click the Print Manual icon (Internet Explorer for Windows and Apple Safari only) at the
bottom of the menu to print the entire manual.

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Mac Users: Click the Print or Print Manual button to open the page in a new window
(without the banner and navigation bar), then select Print from your browser menu.

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