Image Viewing, Organizing and Editing Software - Canon ZoomBrowser Manual

Image Viewing, Organizing and Editing Software - Canon ZoomBrowser Manual

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Image Viewing, Organizing and Editing Software - Page 1

1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Image Viewing, Organizing and Editing Software ZoomBrowser EX Ver. 6.7 Instruction Manual O In this manual, ZB is used for ZoomBrowser EX. O In this manual, the screens used in the basic operation instructions are from Windows 7, with some portions using screens from other versions of Windows. O Click on the icons below on the bottom right of the screen to switch between pages. : Go to next page : Go to previous page : Return to a pa..

CANON SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT - Page 2

1 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING! CANON SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT IMPORTANT - READ THIS AGREEMENT BEFORE USING THE SOFTWARE ON THE CD-ROM IN THIS BOX. BY USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. This is a license agreement (the [Agreement]) between you and Canon Inc. ([Canon]). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT, DO NOT USE THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM ON THE CD-ROM AND THE USER M..

Use your images with CANON iMAGE GATEWAY - Page 3

2 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Introduction Main Features of ZB O Download images to your computer O Check images O Print images O Organize images O Edit images O Adjust images O Trim images O Insert text O Correct red-eye O Utilize images O Attach an image to an e-mail O Create wallpaper or a screen saver O Convert images O Change image size and type O Play Movies O Use your images with CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Symbols Used X : Selection procedure for menus that app..

Table of Contents - Page 4

3 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1 Basic Operation .................................. 6 Starting up ZB ................................................................... 7 Downloading an Image to Your Computer ........................ 7 Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader ............. 9 Viewing an Image ........................................................... 11 View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window ....... 11 Enlarging ..

Table of - Page 5

4 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Exiting the Video Snapshot Album Window ................. 47 Utilizing Your Images ...................................................... 48 Viewing Images as a Slide Show ................................. 48 Sending an Image by E-Mail ........................................ 49 Creating Wallpaper from an Image .............................. 50 Creating a Screen Saver from an Image ..................... 51 Writing Images to a CD ....

Table of - Page 6

5 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Displaying the Top Page of CANON iMAGE GATEWAY ................................................................... 83 Uploading Images in a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Album ........................................................................... 84 Displaying a Registered CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Album ........................................................................... 84 Reference .....................................................

Basic Operation - Page 7

1 6 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Basic Operation Starting up ZB ............................................................ 7 Downloading an Image to Your Computer ................ 7 Downloading Images Using Your Card Reader ............ 9 Viewing an Image .................................................... 11 View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window ...... 11 Enlarging a Selected Folder ................................... 12 Changing the Display Magnifica..

Downloading an Image to Your Computer - Page 8

7 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Starting up ZB Double-click the desktop icon. ¿ ZB starts up and the main window appears. Double-click Main window Downloading an Image to Your Computer Connect the camera and computer with the cable provided and download the images saved on the memory card inserted in the camera. For downloading images, start up the camera software “EOS Utility” from ZB and use. 1 Select the save destination for the images. O When creating a ..

Start up EOS Utility. - Page 9

8 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 2 Start up EOS Utility. O Click the buttons [Acquire & Camera Settings] X [Connect to EOS Camera]. ¿ EOS Utility starts up. EOS Utility 3 Connect your camera and computer and turn the camera on. O Connect the camera and your computer with the interface cable provided with the camera and turn the camera on. O For detailed instructions on connecting your camera and computer, refer to the “EOS Utility Instruction Manual” (PDF..

Advantages of using EOS Utility to download images - Page 10

9 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Download images. ¿ Downloading of images begins. ¿ The downloaded images are saved in the folder selected in step 1 and are displayed in the main window of ZB. ¿ The downloaded images are sorted into folders by date and saved. O Click the EOS Utility [Quit] button to exit EOS Utility and turn the camera’s power switch to < OFF >. Click Using EOS Utility to download images makes it easier to organize your images as they..

Download images window - Page 11

10 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Start up ZB. O Click the buttons [Acquire & Camera Settings] X [Acquire Images from Memory Card]. ¿ Download images window appears. 4 Download images. ¿ Downloading of images begins. ¿ The downloaded images are saved in the folder selected in step 1 and are displayed in the main window of ZB. ¿ The downloaded images are sorted into folders by date and saved. O Click the [Exit] button to exit Download images window. Click..

View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window - Page 12

11 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Viewing an Image Images and movies downloaded to your computer are displayed as a thumbnails list in the main window. You can double-click a thumbnail to open the viewer window and display an image at a larger size or play a movie. O To select multiple images, click on the images while holding down the < Ctrl > key on the keyboard. View Images as Thumbnails in the Main Window Main window Click to select the image Display thu..

Enlarging a Selected Folder - Page 13

12 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Enlarging a Selected Folder Images downloaded to your computer are displayed in folders in the main window. Double-click on an empty part of the folder you want to enlarge to zoom in and display the images inside that folder at a larger size. Enlarge folders. ¿ The folder you have double-clicked zooms in. Double- click on an empty part of the folder O To revert to the folder size before enlarging, click [ ] on the top of the wind..

Enlarging and Viewing Images One at a Time - Page 14

13 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Changing the Display Magnification If you have many images inside a folder and they are small and difficult to see, you can change the display magnification and display the images at a larger size. Change the display magnification. O You can also change the display magnification by clicking [ ] or [ ]. ¿ The display magnification of the images changes. O The [Navigator] window appears and you can check and move the enlargement di..

Viewer window - Page 15

14 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 2 Click [ ] or [ ] to switch to the image you want to display. O The shooting information is displayed by clicking [ ] on the top of the window. O To exit the viewer window, click [ ] on the top right of the window. Viewer window In the viewer window, the JPEG embedded in the RAW image is displayed instead of the actual RAW image. In some cases, displayed images may be grainy. To check the actual RAW image, use the bundled softwar..

Playing Movies - Page 16

15 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can play movies and Video Snapshot Albums that you have shot. Movie files are marked with the [ ] icon and Video Snapshot Albums with the [ ] icon in the thumbnail image frame in the main window. In the main window, double-click a movie (image marked with the [ ] icon) or a Video Snapshot Album (image marked with the [ ] icon). ¿ A viewer window appears and the movie starts playing. Playing Movies Double-click O Playback stop..

Rewriting Images to a Memory Card - Page 17

16 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can rewrite images and MOV movies that you have saved on a computer to a memory card and then play them back on the camera. Use a third-party card reader to rewrite your images or movies to a memory card. 1 Insert a memory card that has been formatted on the camera into the card reader. 2 Select the image or movie you want to rewrite. 3 Rewrite the image or movie. ¿ Click the buttons [Acquire & Camera Setting] X [Transfer..

Printing One Image on One Sheet of Paper - Page 18

17 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Printing an Image This section explains how to print one image on one sheet of paper, and how to print using Easy-PhotoPrint EX. You can print one image on one sheet of paper. 1 Select the image to be printed. O To select multiple images, click on the images while holding down the < Ctrl > key on the keyboard. O You can select all the images inside a folder by clicking on an empty part of the folder. 2 Display the print sett..

Printing an Image Using Easy-PhotoPrint EX - Page 19

18 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents If you have an inkjet printer that is compatible with the Easy-PhotoPrint EX (hereinafter, “EPP EX”) software for Canon printers, you can start up EPP EX from within ZB and easily perform high-quality photo printing. To perform this printing, it is necessary to first install EPP EX version 1.0 or later on your computer. Also, Easy-PhotoPrint users can select [Easy-PhotoPrint] in step 2 and print following the same steps. 1 Sel..

Specify the paper size and then click [Layout/Print]. - Page 20

19 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Specify the paper size and then click [Layout/Print]. 5 Specify the layout and then click the [Print] button. ¿ Printing begins. You can also create an album with EPP EX by clicking the [Create and Print Album] button in the menu in step 2.

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In the main window, select the [File] menu - Page 21

20 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Exiting ZB In the main window, select the [File] menu X [Exit]. ¿ ZB exits.

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Advanced Operation - Page 22

2 21 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Advanced Operation Checking/Sorting Images ......................................... 22 Enlarging and Checking Images One at a Time ........ 22 Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image ................... 23 Sorting Images ........................................................... 23 Sorting Images in the Main Window ...................... 24 Arranging Images in the Main Window .................... 24 Filtering Images You Want to ..

Enlarging and Checking Images One at a Time - Page 23

22 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Checking/Sorting Images You can enlarge images one at a time from a list in the main window, check what they look like in detail, and sort them with ratings. 1 Double-click on the image on the top left of the main window. ¿ The viewer window appears. Enlarging and Checking Images One at a Time Double-click 2 Click [ ] or [ ] to switch to the image you want to display. O The shooting information is displayed by clicking [ ] on the..

Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image - Page 24

23 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Enlarging a Specific Part of an Image 1 Enlarge an image. O You can also change the display magnification by clicking [ ] or [ ]. ¿ The image enlarges and the [Navigator] window appears. O RAW images cannot be enlarged. 2 Display the part of the image you want to check. O Drag the enlargement display position in the [Navigator] window and display the part of the image you want to check. O You can also move the enlargement display..

Arranging Images in the Main Window - Page 25

24 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Sorting Images in the Main Window Select images in the main window, and then select the [Edit] menu X [Change Rating] X select the setting. O You can also right-click with the mouse on a thumbnail image in the main window, and then from the menu that appears select [Change Rating] X select the setting. Arranging Images in the Main Window You can arrange images in order of the ratings attached to them, or according to the image’s..

Image file names are arranged in the order of 0 – 9 - Page 26

25 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Sort item Description Rating [Reject], (none), Images are arranged in the order of the least number of [ ]. Name Image file names are arranged in the order of 0 – 9 J a – z. Shooting Date Images are arranged in the order of most recently shot. Modification Date Images are arranged in the order of most recently updated. Type Images are arranged in the order of BMP images J RAW images J JPEG images J MOV movies J TIFF images. As..

Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images - Page 27

26 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Efficiently Checking/Sorting Images With the Preview Mode that displays images as thumbnails and single images in the same window, you can efficiently check the images. You can also check the images’ shooting information or sort them by setting their ratings. 1 Enable Preview Mode. ¿ The main window display switches to Preview Mode. 2 Double-click the folder with the images you want to display. Click Double-click 3 Click the [ ..

In the folder area, select the location where the new - Page 28

27 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can double-click the folder icon to display the images in the folder in the thumbnail image display area. When a folder icon appears in the thumbnail image display area For a list of Preview Mode functions, refer to p.90 . Organizing Images This section explains functions that are useful for organizing images such as creating new folders for saving sorted images, moving and copying images and deleting unwanted images. You can ..

Moving images to a folder in the folder area - Page 29

28 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 2 Select the [File] menu X [New Folder]. ¿ The [New Folder] dialog box appears. 3 Enter a folder name and click the [OK] button. ¿ The new folder is created in the folder selected in step 1. You can move or copy images to separate folders and organize them according to shot date or theme. Drag the image to be moved or copied. O To move:Drag the image and release when the image is in the destination folder. O To copy: Drag the im..

Changing Image File Names or Folder Names - Page 30

29 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Moving Images in Folders You can move or copy folders that contain images, and organize images in folders. Drag the folder to be moved or copied. O To move:Drag the folder and release when the folder is in the destination folder. O To copy: Drag the folder while holding down the < Ctrl > key and release when the folder is in the destination folder. ¿ The folder is moved or copied to the folder it was dragged to. Drag a fold..

Deleting Images - Page 31

30 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Please take care as deleted images cannot be recovered. 1 Select the unwanted image in the main window. 2 Click [Delete]. ¿ The [Confirm File Delete] dialog box appears. 3 Click the [Yes] button. ¿ The image is moved to the [Recycle Bin] and is deleted from ZB. O Right-click [Recycle Bin] on the desktop and select [Empty Recycle Bin] from the menu that appears to delete the image from your computer. Deleting Images Click Deletin..

If you have edited or deleted images in folders you have - Page 32

31 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can register shortcuts for frequently-used folders in the [Favorite Folders] tab sheet in the folder area to make images easier to find. Please note that because the [My Pictures] folder is registered as a favorite folder by default, the folder icon appears as [ ]. 1 Select the folder you want to register. 2 Click the [Add to Favorites] button. ¿ The folder icon changes to [ ] and is registered as a favorite folder. Registeri..

Deleting Favorite Folders - Page 33

32 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Deleting Favorite Folders If you no longer need a folder you have registered in the [Favorite Folders] tab sheet, you can delete it from this tab sheet. Please note that as registered folders are shortcuts, the original folder will not be deleted when you delete the shortcut. In the [Favorite Folders] tab sheet, select the folder you want to delete and then click the [Remove] button. ¿ The folder is deleted. Editing an Image If t..

Edit Image window - Page 34

33 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Select the buttons [Auto Adjustment] X [Finish]. ¿ The [Auto Adjustment] window appears. Edit Image window 4 Click the [Auto Adjust Image] button. ¿ The image is adjusted. 5 Enlarge the window and check the adjustments. O In enlarged view, the [Navigator] window appears and you can check and move the enlargement display position. Auto Adjustment window Drag right to enlarge Fits the image to the window size Moves the enlargeme..

Adjusting Brightness, Color and Contrast - Page 35

34 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents O To revert to full view, click [ ] on the bottom left of the window. 6 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image. ¿ The [Save As] window appears. 7 Specify the save destination and then click the [Save] button. ¿ The edited image is saved as a separate image from the original image. Window in enlarged display Enlargement display position Drag to move the enlargement display position You can adjust the brightness, ..

Trimming an Image - Page 36

35 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Enlarge the window and check the adjustments (p.33) . 5 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image (p.34) . You can trim only the part of an image you need, or change the composition of an image where an image shot horizontally becomes vertical. 1 Select the image you want to edit and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Trim] and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The [Trim Image] window appears. 3 Dr..

Inserting Text into Images - Page 37

36 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Click the [Trim Image] button. ¿ The image is trimmed. 5 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image (p.34) . You can insert the date and time you shot an image and text into an image as text. 1 Select the image you want to edit and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Insert Text] and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The [Insert Text] window appears. 3 Drag the range for inserting text. O The text i..

Adjusting Sharpness - Page 38

37 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Using the keyboard, enter the text you want to insert. ¿ The text you enter appears in the window. 5 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image (p.34) . You can make the overall atmosphere of an image harder or softer. 1 Select the image you want to edit and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Sharpness] and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The [Sharpness] window appears. 3 Adjust the image. O Move..

Correcting Red-Eye Automatically - Page 39

38 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Enlarge the window and check the adjustments (p.33) . 5 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image (p.34) . You can automatically detect and correct red-eye that occurs when you photograph people using a flash. 1 Select the image you want to edit and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Red Eye Correction] and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The [Red Eye Correction] window appears. 3 Click the [Star..

Correcting Red-Eye Manually - Page 40

39 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Correcting Red-Eye Manually You can manually correct red-eye that cannot be corrected automatically. 1 Display the [Red Eye Correction] window (p.38) . 2 Enlarge the image (p.33) and then select [Manual Mode]. 3 Check that [ ] is selected in step 2 and set the amount of correction. Drag to the left or right to adjust 4 Drag and place a box around the place in the image you want to correct and then click [OK]. ¿ The image is corre..

Editing Movies - Page 41

40 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Editing Movies You can edit the movies you have downloaded to your computer in a number of ways, including joining movies together and adding special effects such as titles and background music. Once you have edited movies using these functions, you cannot play them back on the camera. 1 Select the movie. 2 Click the buttons [Edit] X [Edit Movie]. 3 Click the button on the left to select an editing task, and then edit the movie. S..

Remove the selected movie from the storyboard area - Page 42

41 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents O Storyboard area functions O [Arrange] window functions Play movies Rearrange the order of the selected movies Show information for the selected movie Movie editing function preferences Remove the selected movie from the storyboard area Transition box (icon for the special effect used in the transition between joined movies) Rearrange the order of the selected movies Set rotation or mirroring for the selected movie Set the playba..

Advanced - Page 43

42 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents O [Set Audio] window functions 4 Click the [Save] button on the left. ¿ The [Save] window appears. Adjust the audio volume for the selected movie and set “Fade-in” (gradually increasing volume) and “Fade-out” (gradually decreasing volume) * You can add an MP3 or WAV audio file as background music (BGM) or as an effects tone. When you add audio to a movie in this window, a bar showing the duration of the audio file appears..

Double-click the movie you want to play. - Page 44

43 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents If you convert the frame rate of a movie after editing, some scenes may not playback smoothly. O When [MOV (H.264)] is selected in the [Specify a save image type] list box in the window in step 5, the movie durations that can be saved are as shown below. If you attempt to save a movie that is longer than the times shown above, a message appears. When this happens, shorten the movie or reduce the image size. * The frame rates 23.97..

Cut Movie window - Page 45

44 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Click the [ ] button. ¿ The movie begins to play. 4 Click the [ ] button at the position you want to set as the start point, click the [ ] button again to play the movie, and click the [ ] button at the position you want to set as the end point. ¿ The movie is cut. Cut Movie window 5 Click the [Save] button. ¿ The [Save As] window appears. 6 Specify the file name and save destination and then click the [Save] button. ¿ The c..

Using the Video Snapshot Album Window - Page 46

45 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Using the Video Snapshot Album Window You can both play and edit Video Snapshot Albums that were shot on an EOS DIGITAL camera and downloaded to your computer. Edition functions include changing the order or deleting Video Snapshots and adding background music to Video Snapshot Albums. This function cannot be used to edit movies other than Video Snapshot Albums. 1 Select an image (Video Snapshot Album) in the main window. O Images..

Advanced - Page 47

46 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Changing the Order of Video Snapshots 1 Select a Video Snapshot in the Thumbnail area. 2 Click the [ ] or [ ] button. O Clicking the [ ] button switches order with the left Video Snapshot, clicking the [ ] button switches with the right Video Snapshot. O You can delete a Video Snapshot by selecting a Video Snapshot and clicking the [ ] button. O You can undo an edit by clicking the [ ] button on the top left of the window, and red..

Saving Edited Video Snapshot Albums - Page 48

47 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 2 Select a music file and click the [Open] button. ¿ Music is added and the music file information is displayed. O When [Original movie sound] is selected in the [ ] list box in step 1, music file information is not displayed. Music file information Video Snapshot Albums that have been edited other than with this function cannot be re-edited. Video Snapshot Albums edited with this function can be played on EOS REBEL T3i/600D. 1 C..

Viewing Images as a Slide Show - Page 49

48 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Utilizing Your Images You can view your images as a slide show, send them in an e-mail or use them as wallpaper or screen savers for your computer. You can display selected images in full screen and switch between them as a slide show. 1 Select images. 2 Click [Slide Show]. ¿ The [View as a Slide Show] window appears. Viewing Images as a Slide Show 3 Set the slide show style and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The Slide Show w..

Sending an Image by E-Mail - Page 50

49 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents * 1 The image is selected. When the slide show ends and returns to the main window, the image is displayed as being selected. * 2 The image is selected for printing. When the slide show ends and returns to the main window, the print dialog box is displayed. ¿ When all the images have been displayed, the Slide Show window closes and returns to the main window. O To end the slide show half-way through, click [ ]. Slide Show window ..

Creating Wallpaper from an Image - Page 51

50 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Select [Using the recommended settings.], and then click the [Attach to Email] button. ¿ The e-mail software starts up and the image is attached to an e- mail. O Enter the address and a message and send the e-mail. Email Images window You can make a selected image wallpaper for your computer. The bitmap image for the wallpaper (extension “.BMP”) is created using a copy of an image and therefore the original image remains un..

Creating a Screen Saver from an Image - Page 52

51 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Specify the layout and the save destination for the wallpaper, and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The image you selected for your wallpaper is applied as wallpaper. ¿ The image you selected for your wallpaper is saved in the specified folder. Export as a Wallpaper window 1 On the desktop, right-click with the mouse and in the menu that appears, select [Properties]. 2 Select the [Desktop] tab sheet. 3 Select the file to beco..

Checkmark [Include images in the screen saver] and - Page 53

52 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Checkmark [Include images in the screen saver] and click the [Finish] button. ¿ The data for the screen saver is saved in the specified folder. Export as a Screen Saver window 4 Specify the saved screen saver on your computer. O On the desktop, right-click with the mouse and in the menu that appears, select [Personalize]. Click [Screen Saver] in the dialog box that appears to display the [Screen Saver] tab sheet. O Depending on..

computers equipped with a CD-R/RW - Page 54

53 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Writing Images to a CD You can write selected images to a CD. This function is only compatible with computers equipped with a CD-R/RW drive as standard. 1 Insert a CD-R/RW disk in the CD-R/RW drive. O When the dialog box below appears, click the [ ] button to close the dialog box. 2 Select the images you want to write to the CD. 3 Click the buttons [Export] X [Backup to CD]. ¿ The [Backup to CD] window appears. 4 Specify the sett..

Index Print window - Page 55

54 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Printing Multiple Images on One Sheet of Paper (Index Printing) You can arrange multiple images in index format and print them on one sheet of paper. 1 Select the images. 2 Click the buttons [Print & Share] X [Index Print]. ¿ The [Index Print] window appears. 3 Specify settings such as the paper type and the number of prints, and then click the [Print] button. ¿ Printing begins. Print preview Index Print window For a list of..

Classifying Images by Shot Date - Page 56

3 55 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents High-Level Functions Comparing Multiple Images ..................................... 56 Listing Images by Folder Level ................................ 57 Viewing Shooting Information for an Image ............. 58 Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving .............................................................. 59 Exporting Shooting Information ............................. 60 Exporting Movies .......................

Comparing Multiple Images - Page 57

56 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Comparing Multiple Images To compare multiple images, you can split the viewer window into two, three or four and display multiple images at the same time. You can also align the display position of enlarged images and compare. 1 In the main window, select the images you want to compare (p.11) . 2 Click [ ] (p.88) . ¿ The viewer window appears. 3 Select the number of images you want to display at the same time. ¿ The viewer wind..

Listing Images by Folder Level - Page 58

57 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Listing Images by Folder Level You can switch the main window display to Scroll Mode that displays in folder levels and simultaneously view multiple folders and images inside the folders. You can also set the level to which images and folders are displayed in the window, which makes looking for the folders and images you want easier. 1 Click the [Scroll Mode] tab sheet. ¿ The display in the main window switches to Scroll Mode. 2 ..

Viewing Shooting Information for an Image - Page 59

58 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Viewing Shooting Information for an Image 1 Enable Zoom Mode (p.88) or Scroll Mode (p.89) . 2 Select the image for which you want to view the information. 3 Click [Properties]. ¿ The [Properties] window (image information window) appears. Properties window In Preview Mode, the same information as the [Properties] window is displayed on the information display area (p.90) .

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Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving - Page 60

59 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Changing the Size and Type of an Image and Saving You can change the size of an image or convert it to a TIFF image (extension “.TIFF”) or a bitmap image (extension “.BMP”) and save it. Because the image is saved as a separate image, the original image remains unaffected. 1 Select an image. 2 Click the buttons [Export] X [Export Still Images]. ¿ The [Export Still Images] window appears. 3 Specify the image size, type, fil..

Exporting Shooting Information - Page 61

60 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Exporting Shooting Information You can export as a text file the shooting information recorded to the image. 1 Select an image. 2 Click the buttons [Export] X [Export Shooting Properties]. ¿ The [Export Shooting Properties] window appears. 3 Specify the export shooting information and save destination, and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The shooting information is saved as a text file (extension “.TXT”).

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Exporting Movies - Page 62

61 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Exporting Movies You can change the size or type of a movie and then export it as a separate file. Once you have exported movies using this function, you cannot play them back on the camera. 1 Select the movie. 2 Click the buttons [Export] X [Export Movies]. ¿ The [Select the save image type] window appears. 3 Select the image type you want to save and click the [Next] button. O Specify the [Rotation settings] as necessary ¿ The..

High-Level - Page 63

62 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Set the image type you want to save and click the [Next] button. O When [MOV (H.264)] is selected in the [Save image type] list box in the window in step 3, you can specify the [Image Size], [Frame Rate] and [Audio] settings. The [Audio] sampling frequency for edited MOV movies is fixed at 48 kHz. When [AVI (MotionJPEG)] is selected, you can specify the [Image Size], [Frame Rate], [Image Quality] and [Audio] settings. ¿ The [Sp..

Extracting Still Images from a Movie - Page 64

63 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Extracting Still Images from a Movie You can extract still images from a movie and save them as image files. 1 Select the movie. 2 Click the buttons [Export] X [Extract frames from a movie]. ¿ The [Set extraction method] window appears. 3 Set the extraction method and click the [Next] button. O [Extract all frames] This option extracts all the frames in a movie as still images. O [Specify an interval and extract frames] This opti..

High-Level - Page 65

64 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Check the extracted images and click the [Next] button. O When [Extract a specified image] is selected in the window in step 3, you can play the movie in the upper section of the window and extract an image by clicking the [Add] button when you reach a scene you like. ¿ The [Set up save] window appears. Remove the check mark from the images before and after the selected image Resize the thumbnails Playback/pause, stop, frame ba..

Organizing Images Using High-Level Functions - Page 66

65 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Organizing Images Using High-Level Functions You can organize images using high-level functions such as setting keywords and entering comments, renaming multiple files in a single operation and classifying images by shot year/month/date, all of which are useful when organizing your images. You can set keywords to identify images. The set keywords are also useful when searching for images (p.68) . 1 Display the [Properties] window ..

Saving Multiple Images with New File Names - Page 67

66 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can copy multiple images and save them with new file names in a single operation. 1 Select all the images you want to save with new file names (p.11) . 2 Click the buttons [View & Classify] X [Rename Multiple Files]. ¿ The [Rename Multiple Files] window appears. Saving Multiple Images with New File Names 3 Checkmark [Make copies of files], enter the file name and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ Images separate from the..

Classifies images by creating a second-level folder - Page 68

67 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Multiple images can be classified into different folders according to shot date. 1 Select all the images to be classified (p.11) . 2 Click the buttons [View & Classify] X [Classify into Folder]. ¿ The [Classify into Folder] window appears. Classifying Images by Shot Date Settings for Folder Structure 3 Specify the folder structure and save destination, and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ Images are classified by shot date...

Searching for Images - Page 69

68 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Searching for Images You can search for images by ratings (p.23) , shot date, update, comments (p.65) and keywords (p.65) . 1 Click the buttons [View & Classify] X [Search]. ¿ The [Search] window appears. 2 Specify the search criteria and then click the [Next] button. ¿ The search begins and the images that match the criteria are displayed. 3 Click the [Finish] button to close the search results window. ¿ The display return..

Adjusting the Color of an Image in RGB - Page 70

69 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Performing Advanced Editing This section explains image editing using high-level functions based on the assumption that you are familiar with handling standard image editing software. JPEG images deteriorate slightly when edited and saved, and the image before editing cannot be recovered. For this reason, an edited JPEG image should be saved as a separate image from the original image. You can adjust the color of an image in RGB (..

Adjusting the Brightness Level - Page 71

70 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can adjust the level of brightness (balance). 1 Select an image and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Color/Brightness Adjustment] and then click the [Finish] button. ¿ The [Color/Brightness Adjustment] window appears. 3 From the list box (p.69) , select [Level Adjustment]. ¿ The window switches to the [Level Adjustment] window. 4 Adjust the image. ¿ The image is adjusted. 5 Click the [Save As] button and s..

Unsharpening an Image - Page 72

71 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 4 Adjust the image. ¿ The image is adjusted. O The horizontal axis shows the input level and the vertical axis shows the output level. O The maximum number of [ ] is 10. O To delete a [ ], either press the < Del > key on the keyboard or double-click on the [ ]. 5 Click the [Save As] button and save as a separate image (p.34) . Click to add a [ ] (point) Adjust by dragging [ ] You can set amount, radius and threshold values ..

Transferring Images to Other Image Editing Software - Page 73

72 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can transfer images to image editing software other than ZB. 1 Select an image and display the [Edit Image] window (p.32) . 2 Select [Edit with external image editor]. 3 Click the [Manage List] button and then register the image editing software. O Select the image editing software in the window that appears. 4 In the [Edit with external image editor] list box, select the registered image editing software. 5 Click the [Finish]..

High-Level - Page 74

73 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 3 Check the arrangement of the images to be merged and click the [2. Merge] tab sheet. O If the arrangement of the images to be merged is not correct, drag the images to rearrange them. ¿ The window switches to the [2. Merge] tab sheet. 4 Click [Start] to merge. ¿ The images are merged and displayed. 5 Click the [3. Save] tab sheet. ¿ The display switches to the [3. Save] tab sheet.

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Adding Sound to Images/Playing Back - Page 75

74 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents 6 Check the save range and then click [Save]. ¿ The [Save As] dialog box appears. 7 Specify the save destination and then click the [Save] button. ¿ The merged images are saved. 8 Select the [File] menu X [Exit]. ¿ PhotoStitch exits. Save range Drag [ ] to change the range See also the Help that are displayed when you click [ ] on the right of the window for information on operating PhotoStitch and PhotoStitch functions. Adding..

Printing Using Other Printing Software - Page 76

75 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Printing Using Other Printing Software You can start up printing software installed on your computer from within ZB and print images. 1 Select an image you want to print. 2 Click the buttons [Print] X [Print Using Other Software]. ¿ The [Print Using Other Software] window appears. 3 Select the printing software and then click the [Launch] button. ¿ The printing software starts up and the image you selected in step 1 is displayed..

Preferences - Page 77

4 76 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Preferences Preferences ............................................................. 77 General Settings ......................................................... 77 Selection Settings ....................................................... 78 Rotation Settings ........................................................ 78 Printing Settings ......................................................... 79 Shooting Information Settings ..

General Settings - Page 78

77 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Preferences You can change any of the ZB functions in the preferences window. Check the settings displayed for each window before making changes. 1 Select the [Tools] menu X [Preferences]. 2 Select the tab sheet to be set, make changes to the settings and then click the [OK] button. You can make settings such as adjusting the minimum size of thumbnail images that are displayed in the main window, the speed of Zoom Mode (p.88) , th..

You can make settings related to image selection. - Page 79

78 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can make settings related to image selection. Selection Settings You can make settings related to image rotation. Rotation Settings

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Printing Settings - Page 80

79 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents If you are printing with the [Photo Print] window (p.17) , you can set whether to trim the image and print with no borders around the paper, or to print as is without trimming. Printing Settings You can set the information that is displayed when you click [ ] (shooting information display) in the viewer window (p.91) . Shooting Information Settings

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Showing/Hiding Task Buttons - Page 81

80 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can set the background color for the main window. Themes Settings Showing/Hiding Task Buttons You can show or hide task buttons displayed on the left of the main window according to your requirements. Hiding buttons you do not use makes operating ZB easier. 1 Select the [Tools] menu X [Customize]. ¿ The [Customize] dialog box appears. 2 Remove the check mark from the buttons you want to hide. 3 Click the [OK] button to apply ..

Using Images on the Internet - Page 82

5 81 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Using Images on the Internet Uploading a Movie to YouTube ............................... 82 Using CANON iMAGE GATEWAY .......................... 83 Membership Registration ............................................ 83 Displaying the Top Page of CANON iMAGE GATEWAY ................................................................. 83 Uploading Images in a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Album .................................................

Uploading a Movie to YouTube - Page 83

82 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Uploading a Movie to YouTube You can upload movies saved in your computer to YouTube. 1 Select a movie to upload in the main window. 2 Click the buttons [Print & Share] X [Upload movies to YouTube]. ¿ The [Upload Movies to YouTube] window appears. 3 Select the movie from [List], enter the title and other information, and click the [ ] (Upload) button. ¿ The [YouTube login] window appears. 4 Enter your YouTube username and pa..

Displaying the Top Page of CANON iMAGE GATEWAY - Page 84

83 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Using CANON iMAGE GATEWAY CANON iMAGE GATEWAY is a free Internet online service restricted to users who have purchased a Canon digital camera (no membership or annual fee). To connect to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY, it is necessary to register as a member beforehand. Insert the EOS DIGITAL Solution Disk provided into your computer and perform registration in the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY member registration window that appears after installing ..

Uploading Images in a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Album - Page 85

84 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents You can upload images selected in ZB in a CANON iMAGE GATEWAY Online photo album. You can also show images in a registered album to specified people. The images uploaded in an album are copies, so the original images remain unaffected on your computer. 1 Select images to be uploaded in an album. 2 Connect to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY. ¿ The setting dialog box relating to uploading images appears. 3 Set the size, quality of the image et..

Reference - Page 86

85 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Reference Troubleshooting ....................................................... 86 Deleting the Software (Uninstalling) ........................ 86 System Requirements ............................................. 87 Supported Images ................................................... 87 List of Main Window Functions ................................ 88 Zoom Mode ................................................................ 88..

Installation could not be completed correctly - Page 87

86 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Troubleshooting If ZB is not operating correctly, refer to the items below. Also refer to the Help from the [Help] menu or click the [?] button at the top of each window and refer to the Help displayed. O Select an administrator-level privilege ([Computer administrator], [Administrator], etc.) as user setting. You cannot install the software if a user setting other than an administrator-level privilege is selected. For detailed in..

Supported Images - Page 88

87 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Even though the following are recommended system requirements, not all computer functions can be guaranteed. * 1 Compatible with 32-bit/64-bit systems for all versions except Starter Edition * 2 Compatible with 32-bit/64-bit systems for all versions except Starter Edition * 3 Compatible with Service Pack 3 * 4 .NET Framework is Microsoft software. It is installed together with ZB. * 5 Use a Core 2 Duo 2.6GHz or higher CPU and 2GB ..

List of Main Window Functions - Page 89

88 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Zoom Mode Folder path Display magnification (p.13) Filter display (p.25) Reduction display (p.13) Enlargement display (p.13) Cancels [ ], [ ] or [ ] Shows/hides the image or folder information Selects/deselects all the images or folders Displays the folder one level above Returns to the display of the folder before [ ] is clicked Returns to the display of the folder previously displayed Image display area Bracketing icon Protect i..

Scroll Mode - Page 90

89 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Scroll Mode Folder path Display magnification (p.13) Filter display (p.25) Shows/hides the image or folder information Selects/deselects all the images or folders Displays the folder one level above Returns to the display of the folder before [ ] is clicked Returns to the display of the folder previously displayed Image display area Number of selected images Shows/hides the task buttons and folder area * Images in folders and fold..

Preview Mode - Page 91

90 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Preview Mode Folder path Filter display (p.25) Shows/hides the image or folder information Selects/deselects all the images or folders Displays the folder one level above Returns to the display of the folder before [ ] is clicked Returns to the display of the folder previously displayed Information display area Number of selected images Shows/hides the task buttons and folder area * 1 Images in folders and folders selected here ar..

List of Viewer Window Functions - Page 92

91 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents List of Viewer Window Functions Synchronize (p.56) File name Rating (p.23) Full view display (p.14) Folder path Switches between images Fit-to-window view (p.23) 100% (actual pixel size) view Display magnification (p.23) Enlargement display (p.23) Reduction display (p.23) Moves the enlargement display position (p.23) Photo print window (p.94) Edits (p.32 to p.39, p.69 to p.72) Shows/hides the AF point Shows/hides the shooting info..

List of Cut Movie Window Functions - Page 93

92 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents List of Cut Movie Window Functions (p.43) Displays the movie Previous frame Stops the movie Plays the movie Current position during movie play Sets the start point for a movie cut Next frame Mutes Adjusts volume Sets the end point for a movie cut Saves a cut movie as a separate movie

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List of Video Snapshot Album Window Functions - Page 94

93 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents List of Video Snapshot Album Window Functions (p.45) Adjusts volume Opens Video Snapshot Album Deletes Video Snapshot from Thumbnail area Opens music file Undoes edit Redoes edit Saves Video Snapshot Album Displays detailed description Selects audio Music file information Movie information Plays Video Snapshot Album Changes order of Video Snapshots Presently selected Video Snapshot Thumbnail area Video Snapshot selected in Thumbna..

List of Photo Print Window Functions - Page 95

94 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents List of Photo Print Window Functions Trims the image Print preview Number of prints Switches the printing image Shot date and time printing Printer selection and settings Inserts text Borderless printing

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List of Index Print Window Functions - Page 96

95 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents List of Index Print Window Functions Layout settings Print preview Switches the printing page Print information settings Printer selection and settings Number of prints Paper orientation

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Contents Lookup - Page 97

96 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Contents Lookup Downloading Images to Your Computer O Download images by connecting your camera and computer ¿ p.7 O Download images using a card reader ¿ p.9 Image Checking O Look through ¿ p.11 O Enlarge and view ¿ p.13, p.22 O Play a movie ¿ p.15 O Play Video Snapshot Albums ¿ p.45 O Check efficiently ¿ p.26 O Compare multiple images ¿ p.56 O Check the shooting information such as shot date ¿ p.58 O View as a slide sho..

Index - Page 98

97 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents Index A Adding Sound to Images ..................................................................... 74 Adjust JPEG Images ..................................................................... 32, 69 Adjusting (JPEG or TIFF Image) ................................................... 32, 69 Adjusting in RGB .......................................................................... 69 Adjusting the Brightness ..........................

Index - Page 99

98 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents G General Settings (Preferences) .......................................................... 77 I Index Printing ...................................................................................... 54 Insert Text ........................................................................................... 36 Inserting Comments ............................................................................ 65 Inserting Text into Images..

About This Instruction Manual - Page 100

99 1 Basic Operation Reference Introduction 2 Advanced Operation 4 5 Using the Internet 3 High-Level Functions Index Contents Lookup Preferences Table of Contents U Unsharpening Mask ............................................................................ 71 Using the Video Snapshot Album Window ......................................... 45 Editing Video Snapshot Albums ................................................... 46 Playing Video Snapshot Albums .................................................. 45 Saving Edited Video Snapshot Albums ........................................ 47 V ..

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