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User reviews and opinions
|jumbolo||12:42am on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|you have to try this easy to set up, very fast video streeming. i use as an access point for my 3 pc home network.|
|scottnew||12:17pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|Great 4 PSP Its easy to set up and use, especially for the PSP. If you have a PSP and want to watch Tv on it this is the product to buy. Never Made it out of the box I will keep this short. What sony forgot to tell me was that the only setup process is for pc. Slingbox is better I own both the Sony LocationFree and the Slingbox. The Sony I bought in Japan and the Slingbox in the US.|
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z Base Station (1) z AC power adapter (1) z IR Blaster (1)
z Power cord (1)
z Base Station stand (1)
z LocationFree Player software CD-ROM (1)
LocationFree Player software LFA-PC20* * One serial key for LocationFree Player is supplied. Operating Instructions (PDF file) License (text file)
z Quick Start Guide (1)
Setup and Connections
Preparation: Connecting the Base Station to a network
Changing the wireless mode (LF-B20 only)
The wireless communication function of the Base Station LF-B20 works in one of the two wireless modes; Access Point mode or Client mode. You can change the mode with the Wireless mode switch on the bottom of the LF-B20 (1 page 6). Change the wireless mode to an appropriate mode for your network before using the LF-B20.
Using the Base Station LFB20 in Access Point mode/LFB10
When you want to connect your Base Station to your router via a LAN cable, follow the instructions below.
Check to make sure that the wireless mode switch on the bottom of the Base Station is set to AP (LF-B20 only). (1 page 6) You can use the LF-B20 in Access Point mode as an Wireless Access Point. If your Base Station is LF-B10, proceed to Step 2.
Access Point mode
When you want to use the LF-B20 as a Wireless Access Point and connect your LocationFree device to the LF-B20 directly, or when you want to connect your LF-B20 to your router via a LAN cable, set the wireless mode to the Access Point mode.
Connect a LAN cable between the Base Station and the router. Insert a connector of the LAN cable to the LAN port on the rear of the Base Station, and then insert the other connector of the cable to a LAN port of your router.
If your connector has a potential for an overvoltage problem, do not connect it to the Base Station. Follow the instructions of this Operating Instructions when connecting.
If you want to install your LF-B20 at a distance from your router and cannot connect a LAN cable between them, set the wireless mode to the Client mode. You can install your LF-B20 anywhere within the signal range of your wireless router. In this case, you cannot use your LF-B20 as a Wireless Access Point. You need to connect your LF-B20 to your wireless router via a LAN cable temporarily before you set the wireless settings of your LFB20 by using a computer installed with the LocationFree Player.
Connect the power cord to the Base Station.
Base Station rear panel
NET AV LED blinks green until an automatic NetAV check begins.
SETUP MODE/ NET AV
S VIDEO OUT
AC power adapter (supplied)
(LF-B20 only) Check to see if the WIRELESS LED lights green (2.4GHz) or amber (5 GHz).
TO DC IN
Power cord (supplied)
Check to see if the NETWORK LED lights green. If the NETWORK LED lights green, the connection to the router is complete. Attach the stand and connect to external devices, and then setup the LocationFree Player.
Wall outlet Connect the power cord to the Base Station AC power adapter, and the AC power adapter to the DC IN jack on the Base Station, then plug the power cord into a wall outlet.
Use only the supplied AC power adapter. Do not bundle the cord of the AC power adapter and the antenna cable together. It may be degrade the TV picture quality where the TV signal is weak.
Connecting a LocationFree device to the Base Station wirelessly (LFB20 only)
If you want to connect your computer to the Base Station wirelessly, set the wireless network settings to communicate with the Base Station. For more details, refer to the operating instructions of your computer and your wireless network devices.
Press the POWER button on the front panel of the Base Station to turn it on.
The POWER LED on the front panel of the Base Station lights green. Also, the SETUP MODE/
Using the Base Station in Client mode (LF-B20 only)
If you want to connect your Base Station to your wireless router wirelessly, set the wireless mode of your Base Station to Client mode. You cannot use the Base Station in Client mode as a Wireless Access Point. When you make settings for Client mode, you need to connect your Base Station to your wireless router via a LAN cable as a temporary connection, which you will disconnect after completing the settings.
You need to use a computer installed with the supplied LocationFree Player (LFA-PC20) to make settings for Client mode.
Base Station rear panel LF-B20
AUDIO R IN 2
DC IN 12V
To DC IN
Slide the wireless mode switch toward CLIENT to change the wireless mode to Client mode. (1 page 6) To connect your Base Station to a wireless router wirelessly, you need to change the wireless mode to Client mode.
Connect a LAN cable between the Base Station and the router. When you make settings for Client mode, you need to connect your Base Station to your wireless router via a LAN cable as a temporary connection. Insert a connector of the LAN cable to the LAN port on the rear of the Base Station, and then insert the other connector of the cable to a LAN port of your router.
Use only the supplied AC power adapter. Do not bundle the cord of the AC power adapter and the antenna cable together. It may degrade the TV picture quality where the TV signal is weak.
The POWER LED on the front panel of the Base Station lights green. Also, the SETUP MODE/ NET AV LED blinks green until an automatic NetAV check begins.
Setup 1: Attaching the Base Station Stand
To keep the Base Station stable, attach the Base Station stand.
Place the Base Station at least 4 inches (10 cm) away from the wall.
Check to see if the WIRELESS LED blinks green.
Install the LocationFree Player on your computer.
Insert the claws of the stand into the holes on the bottom of the Base Station until they click into place. The two claws differ in size. Fit each claws into the same sized hole.
Start the LocationFree Player to make the wireless settings of the Base Station following the instructions of the screen of your computer. After making the wireless settings, restart your Base Station.
Check to see if the WIRELESS LED lights green, and then disconnect the LAN cable from the Base Station.
Check to see if the NETWORK LED lights green. If the NETWORK LED lights green, the connection to the wireless router is complete. Follow the instructions on the screen of your computer to connect to external devices and make settings of the LocationFree Player.
Setup 2: Connecting Other Devices
Connect external devices to the Base Station with an A/V cable
You can connect external devices featuring an A/V output terminal, such as a VCR, AV receiver, DVR, DVD player/recorder, or digital cable, to the Base Station. Refer to the operating instructions for each device.
to the audio/video output terminals or
S-video and A/V cable (not supplied) If your VCR is not equipped with an S-video jack, use a standard audio/video cable (e.g., VMC-810S, not supplied).
OUT IN 1
VIDEO L DC IN 12V AUDIO
The OUT terminal outputs the signal input from the IN 1 terminal.
You can also connect to the IN 2 terminal.
or Audio/video signal flow
Watching video with a connected device
Open the [Index] window, select [Video 1] or [Video 2] according to the input terminal to which the device is connected.
If you connect a DVD player to the Base Station via a VCR, the VCRs copy guard function may distort or dim the DVD picture. Connect the DVD player directly to the video input terminal on the Base Station.
Wireless Access Point (LF-B20 only)
You can use the Base Station as a Wireless Access Point to connect your wireless device to the Internet via the Base Station.
To use the Base Station as a wireless access point for computers, the computers must be equipped with integrated wireless LAN functions or wireless LAN cards that conform to the IEEE802.11a/b/g standards.
Not all wireless LAN devices are guaranteed to connect to the Base Station. You can connect a maximum of 16 wireless LAN devices by using the Base Station as a Wireless Access Point. In some cases, however, the number of connecting devices may cause the communication speed to decrease. For example, you may not be able to send or receive video smoothly if other wireless LAN devices connect and communicate with the Base Station.
Base Station Settings
The appearances and the available setting items differ depending on the LocationFree device connected to the Base Station. This section explains the settings by using a computer installed with LocationFree Player (LFA-PC20).
Click of the Base Station you want to set in the list. The procedure to start the LocationFree Player depends on the device. For more details, refer to the Operating Instructions of the device.
Opening the [Base Station Settings] Page
The [Base Station Settings] page is accessed and set from your web browser. You can make more detailed settings, such as changing a wireless LAN encryption key, in the [Base Station Settings] page.
Before making settings
Check to be sure that the Base Station is powered on.
Click [Base Station Settings].
After you turn the Base Station on, it takes a while for a DHCP server to assign an IP address to the Base Station. Your Base Station does not appear in the Base Station list until the DHCP server assigns an IP address to the Base Station. Wait until the NETWORK LED lights, and then proceed to Step 1.
You cannot open the [Base Station Settings] page via the Internet. At the time of purchase, you can open the [Base Station Settings] page with a device which has a private IP address only.
[Base Station Settings]
Your web browser starts and the [Base Station Settings] page opens.
Performing the NetAV check
When the automatic NetAV check has failed, the SETUP MODE/NET AV LED of the Base Station lights amber. In this case, perform the NetAV check from the [Base Station Settings] page manually.
If NetAV Check is incomplete
Read the instructions on the [NetAV Check] page and configure the necessary settings. When you watch video via the Internet, the router must be UPnP compatible and the UPnP function of the router must be enabled. Refer to the Operating Instructions for your router and confirm the settings. If your router is not UPnP compatible, you prefer not to use the UPnP function of the router, or if you use the UPnP function but the NetAV check is unsuccessful, port forwarding needs to be set on the router.
Click [NetAV Check] on the [Base Station Settings] page. [NetAV Check] screen appears.
Setting port forwarding on the router requires a static IP address to be set in the [Internet Connection] frame of the [Base Station Settings] page. For details, refer to the operating instructions for the router and Setting a Router Incompatible with the UPnP Function (1 page 24). Some UPnP compatible routers are only compatible with specific messenger services and games. For such a router, set port forwarding.
Click [Check]. The NetAV check starts.
Making Advanced Settings for the Base Station
You can confirm and make advanced settings for the Base Station. You need to enter the user name and the password before setting.
Click [Settings] on the [Base Station Settings] page. The login screen appears.
Checking the Current Base Station Status
You can use the [Setting Status] page to check the current settings and status of the Base Station.
[Setting Status] [Update]
Enter the user name (lfx) and password, and click [OK]. The [Setting Status] screen appears.
The initial password at the time of purchase is printed at [LoginPassword] on the sticker on the Base Station. You can also find the user name and the login password on the sticker attached to the Quick Start Guide. You can change the LoginPassword by selecting [Change Password] in the [Base Station Settings] page. (1 page 30)
To display the latest status, click [Update].
Basic Operations in the [Base Station Settings] Page
This section explains the operations common to each frame in the [Base Station Settings] page.
1 If there are multiple Base Stations and 5024 is already being used, change the port number of the NetAV server. You can specify port numbers in the range 5021 to 5999. At the time of purchase this item is set to 5024. 2 Select whether to enable or disable automatic updating for the Dynamic DNS. At the time of purchase, this is set to [Enable]. If [Enable] is set, the automatic NetAV check is performed on the same occasion. 3 Select whether to enable or disable automatic router configuration (UPnP). When [Disable] is set, port forwarding needs to be set on the router. At the time of purchase, this is set to [Enable]. 4 Click this to save the changes.
You can check the list of the registered devices and delete unnecessary devices from the list. Also, you can disable device registration via the Internet, and can change the registration password which is required for registration via the Internet.
To check whether device registration is complete, click [Update] under [List of Registered Devices].
The [Internet Connection] frame allows you to set an IP address for your Base Station, according to your network environment. You can also check the Base Stations MAC addresses. To determine the address to set, contact your contracted ISP to the operating instructions of your modem or router.
If you change the IP address or select [Automatic IP Address Configuration (DHCP)] in the [Internet Connection] frame and then click [Set], you will no longer be able to access the [Base Station Settings] screen because the IP address is changed. To open the [Base Station Settings] screen, click on the LocationFree Players Base Station list, and then click [Base Station Settings].
1 A list of the devices currently registered with the Base Station appears here. Client nickname will be displayed differently depending upon the specifications of each registered device. When you want to update the list, click [Update].
8 Select this if you want to assign the DNS server automatically. The DNS server is only assigned automatically if [Automatic IP Address Configuration (DHCP)] is set for the IP address. This button is selected at the time of purchase. 9 Select this if you want to assign the DNS server manually. If you select this button, enter the addresses of your ISPs DNS servers in the [DNS1] and [DNS2] fields. 0 Click this to save changes.
Wireless Settings (Access Point): LF-B20 only
When you set the wireless mode switch to AP, you can change the wireless settings for the access point mode of the Base Station. If you have changed the settings of the Base Station, you should also change the wireless settings of the LocationFree devices.
1 Select whether to assign an IP address to the Base Station automatically, using the DHCP function of your router or modem, or to assign an IP address manually. If you select [Automatic IP Address Configuration (DHCP)], the routers DHCP server will automatically assign the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask] and [Default Gateway]. If you select [Manual], contact your contracted ISP to assign the proper values in the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], [Default Gateway] and [Host Name] fields. At the time of purchase, this item is set to [Automatic IP Address Configuration (DHCP)]. 2 Enter an IP address. 3 Enter a subnet mask. 4 Enter a default gateway. 5 Enter a host name for the Base Station, as required.
z No Encryption
Although you can easily make settings, anyone can intercept wireless communication or intrude into your wireless network without any sophisticated tools. Keep in mind that there is a risk for unauthorized access or interception of data.
When you use the Base Station in client mode, you can use a channel in the 2.4 GHz band only. Use a Wireless Access Point that supports channels in the 2.4 GHz band.
WEP is the wireless LAN security technology specified by IEEE802.11. It applies encryption to communications to prevent outsiders from intercepting communications or intruding into your wireless network. There are two types of encryption key length; 64-bit key and 128-bit key. The 128-bit encryption key assures a higher security level. Because many wireless devices support WEP conventionally, WEP has high compatibility. However, a decryption technique exists, so using the same encryption key for an extended period of time is not recommended.
You can select whether to permit or deny access to the [Base Station Setting] page from a device which has a global IP address. Usually, only the devices which are in the same LAN and have a private IP address can access the [Base Station Settings] page. However, some routers allow you to assign a global IP address to a device, and if you do so, the device cannot access the [Base Station Settings] page. If you want to access the [Base Station Settings] page from a device with a global IP address, you need to make settings of access control as follow.
TKIP is a security technology developed to correct for the deficiencies of WEP.
AES is a security technology which uses an advanced encryption method that is distinct from WEP and TKIP. AES assures a higher security level than WEP or TKIP.
About the settings of Wireless LAN Security of the Base Station
z Access Point mode Base Station Settings
The security for wireless LAN communication is set to [WEP] at the time of purchase. To increase the security level, switching to [WPA-PSK TKIP] or [WPA2-PSK AES] is recommended, depending on the security technology supported by your wireless device.
z Client mode
1 Select this if you want to permit access from only devices which have a private IP address. 2 Select this if you want to permit access from devices which have a global IP address. 3 Click this to save changes.
When security is provided from the Internet side (WAN side), make sure it also covers this port 80, such as by means of a firewall function on the router.*1 If security is not provided by the router, there is a risk that the Base Station may be accessed via port 80 by an intruder on the Internet (WAN) side. To ensure the security of the Base Station, refer to Changing the Password (1 page 30), and change the password periodically to prevent an intruder from logging in to the [Base Station Settings] page.*2 If an intruder accesses and logs in to the [Base Station Settings] page, the following dangers exist:*3 - The Base Station settings may be changed. - The intruders LocationFree device may be registered in the Base Station settings, allowing
Refer to Watching Video on LocationFree Player (1 page 9) for information on the screen of the LocationFree Player and how to use it.
Configuring the LocationFree Player (1 page 16) describes how to make advanced settings of the LocationFree Player, such as the on-screen remote control, screen mode, picture settings, etc.
Refer to Creating Advanced Settings (1 page 23) for information on other settings, such as how to register your computer to another Base Station, how to open the [Base Station Settings] page, etc.
When you have any trouble with the LocationFree Player, refer to Others (1 page 26) for information on how to troubleshoot your problem.
Setting up to connect to the Base Station
Install the LocationFree Player on your computer, and then follow the on-screen instructions to connect to the Base Station.
Refer to the Quick Start Guide to complete necessary connections before installing the LocationFree Player.
Installing LocationFree Player Software
Install LocationFree Player with the following procedures.
LocationFree Player is compatible with Windows XP (Service Pack 2) only. LocationFree Player must be installed from a user account with administrator privileges. Before performing the installation, log on to Windows as a user with administrator privileges. If you have installed LocationFree Player LFA-PC1 or LFA-PC2 on your computer, uninstall it before installing LFA-PC20.
Turn on the Base Station
Press the POWER button on the front of the Base Station to turn it on.
Insert the LocationFree Player software CDROM into the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive of your computer. The installation wizard starts. If the installation wizard does not start, find the setup.exe file on the CD-ROM, and then double-click it.
The POWER LED on the front of the Base Station turns green.
Read the license agreement, select [I accept the terms in the license agreement], and then click [Next].
Verify the installation settings, and then click [Install].
Enter your name, organization and Serial Key, and then click [Next].
When the installation ends, click [Finish].
Confirm the installation folder, and then click [Next]. If you want to modify the installation folder, click [Change].
Shortcuts for the LocationFree Player, the Operating Instructions (PDF file), and the remote control data folder appear on your desktop after the installation.
Quitting LocationFree Player
Click anywhere in the window to display the top bar, then click (Close) at the top right of the window. A Base Station list Shows a list of Base Stations to which your computer is registered. Click a Base Station Nickname in the list to connect to it. B Properties button Shows properties of the Base Station. Refer to Creating Advanced Settings (1 page 23) for detailed information on the properties of the Base Station. C New Base Station button Registers your computer to another Base Station. For details, refer to Creating Advanced Settings (1 page 23).
Selecting Video 1 or Video 2
Adjusting the Video Rate
You can adjust the streaming rate according to the bandwidth available on your communications connection. This allows you to watch video at the optimum quality. Normally, selecting [Auto] sets the optimal video rate in accordance with available bandwidth. When selecting a rate manually, note that a higher rate results in higher picture quality, but a higher (larger number) rate requires a larger bandwidth and video will tend to keep stopping and starting if there is insufficient bandwidth for the higher rate.
Click anywhere inside the LocationFree Player window. The index appears.
The index appears only when you have connected to the Base Station. The index, top bar and bottom bar disappear if you do not operate the screen for about five seconds and the mouse pointer is not on one of them.
Click [Rate] at the bottom of the window. The [Change Rate] window appears. [Auto] is selected at the time of purchase.
Click the Video that you want to see.
When you selected [Auto]:
The selected video is displayed.
Using the On-Screen Remote Control
After the on-screen remote control is configured (1 page 16), you can control the devices connected to Video 1 and Video 2.
When you selected [Preset]:
If you uncheck [AVC codec] box, the CPU load may be reduced.
Adjusting the Volume
Turn the volume up or down using [+] and [-]. You can also move the bar to adjust the volume.
When you selected [Custom]:
You can configure each setting at will. If you want to return to the settings at the time of purchase, click [Standard].
You can also adjust the volume by using the LEFT (Vol -) and RIGHT (Vol +) ARROW keys.
If you cannot obtain the desired level when adjusting the volume with the [+] and [-] volume buttons, adjust the volume of the computer.
Click [OK] or [Apply]. If you click [Apply], you can check the current rate which is updated.
When you change the rate, the connection between the computer and the Base Station may be disconnected and then reconnected in some situation. The settings you make are only approximate point values and the actual video rate may vary. Some video content may make the video rate higher. When you connect to the Base Station LF-B1, some feature will be disabled.
Mouse and Keyboard Operations
You can perform the following LocationFree Player operations with your computers mouse and keyboard.
Items Version Information Update Serial Key* Quit Application
Operations Displays the version of LocationFree Player. Allows you to update a LocationFree Player serial key. Quits the LocationFree Player application.
* This only appears if you did not enter the serial key when you installed LocationFree Player. Devices must be registered again when you update the serial key.
Operations Click Right click Clicking anywhere inside the window displays the index. Right clicking anywhere inside the window displays a context menu as described below.
Watching Video on LocationFree Player Shortcut keys Ctrl + W or Alt + F4 F1 F5 or Ctrl + S Operations F6 or Ctrl + R F7 or Ctrl + L F8 or Ctrl + M F12 or Ctrl + P T, t Operations Quits the LocationFree Player application. Displays the Operating Instructions. Connects to or disconnects from the Base Station. When you have set up a remote control, displays the on-screen remote control. Displays the screen for changing the rate. Turns off the sound. To turn the sound back on, press the key(s) again, or turn the volume up. Displays the [Settings] window for making various settings. Adjust the volume. The left arrow key turns the volume down, and the right arrow key turns the volume up. Displays a menu relevant to the display.
Right click menu
Items Connect/ Disconnect Connect: Connects to the Base Station. Disconnect: Disconnects from the Base Station. When you have set up a remote control, displays the on-screen remote control. Displays the [Settings] window for making various settings. Adjusts the streaming rate according to the bandwidth available on your communications connection, so that you can watch video at the optimum quality. Switches between audio channels for broadcasts with a secondary audio program. This item appears only when you are connected to Base Station LF-B1 or LF-X11. Turns off the sound. To turn the sound back on, select this again or adjust the volume. Turns the volume up. Turns the volume down. Displays the LocationFree Player window in front of other windows. Displays Operating Instructions.
Select [4:3] or [16:9] for each video.
By clicking [-] Decrease picture contrast and soften the color. Darken the picture. Decrease color intensity. Soften the picture.
By clicking [+] Increase picture contrast and deepen the color. Brighten the picture. Increase color intensity. Sharpen the picture. By clicking [G] Increase the green tones.
Click [OK]. The [Settings] screen closes.
You can adjust the picture settings, such as brightness, color, etc. The adjustments are applied to both videos.
By clicking [R] Increase the red tones.
Select the [Picture] under the [Video Settings] of the [Settings] screen. The screen to adjust the picture settings appears.
You can adjust the picture settings only while connected to the Base Station LF-B20/LF-B10
Move the slide bar or click [-][+]/[R][G] to adjust the picture settings. When you want to reset the settings, click [Standard]. You can adjust the following settings:
You can automatically connect to the Base Station when you launch the LocationFree Player.
click [Disconnect] button on the bottom left of the window to disconnect from the Base Station. After that, click [Connect] button to display the Base Station list.
Select the [Auto-Connect] of the [Settings] screen. The screen to set the Auto-Connect appears.
Select [Yes] in the Auto-Connect. You can automatically connect to the Base Station to which you connected last time, right after starting the LocationFree Player. This option is set to [No] at the time of purchase.
If you set [Auto-Connect] to [Yes], you cannot open the Base Station list when you launch the LocationFree Player. When you want to register your computer to another Base Station or make settings of the Base Station on Properties screen, click anywhere in the window while connecting to the Base Station, and then
Creating Advanced Settings
Registering your computer to another Base Station
If you want to register your computer to another Base Station, follow the instructions below.
Internet. You can find the information on Quick Start Guide supplied with the Base Station LFB20/LF-B10. Follow on-screen instructions to enter the information. Or, you can find the information in the Base Station Settings page. For more details, refer to Checking the Current Base Station Status of Making Advanced Settings for the Base Station in Part 1: LocationFree Base Station.
Video stops or skips.
The NetAV connection is disconnected suddenly.
Watching Video Away from Home
Problem The video keeps stopping and starting, and frames are dropped. Causes and remedies As the connection to the Base Station uses the Internet for communication, the video may not be able to be transmitted smoothly depending on whether the connection is overloaded. Click [Rate] and then set the rate to [Auto] or lower the rate (1 page 13). Operations performed from the on-screen remote control take place via the network, so response is delayed. This is normal and not a malfunction. When the rate is too high for the actual speed of your connection, delay is even more likely to occur. Set the rate to [Auto] or a lower rate (1 page 13).
Operations are delayed.
Problem Cannot connect to the Base Station.
Causes and remedies Have never once been able to connect: If the SETUP MODE/NET AV LED on the Base Station LF-B20/LFB10 lights amber, the automatic NetAV check has failed. Perform the NetAV check manually (1 Performing the NetAV check of Base Station Settings in Part 1: LocationFree Base Station). Can connect to the Internet from a computer at home, but there is no picture while away from home: A communication connection with a download speed at least 300 kbps is recommended. Check your communication connection. Is the computer you are using away from home connected to the Internet? Check to see if you can access any web sites, such as LocationFree Support web site, through your web browser. Has security software been installed? If so, the firewall function of the security software may be causing the connection to disconnect. Problems with the Internet connection may cause the connection to be disconnected.
The connection is disconnected suddenly.
LocationFree Player System Requirements
Computer requirements (where LocationFree Player is installed)
Operating system: Windows XP Professional/Home Edition Service Pack 2 Processor: Pentium 4, 1 GHz or more RAM: 256 MB or more Available hard disk space: 300 MB or more Monitor resolution: 800 x 600 pixels or more, HighColor (16 bit) or more Other: A wireless LAN card that complies with IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b or IEEE802.11g. The card must support WEP encryption. (Required to connect directly to the Base Station via a wireless LAN.) A 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX LAN connector. (Required to connect via a wired LAN.)
Some video cards (graphic cards) may distort the video picture while using the LocationFree Player. If you see distorted images while using, please be sure to check your PC manufactures web site for the latest driver software.
Auto Connect.. 22
Rate.. 13 Registering your computer to another Base Station.. 23 Remote.. 10 Right click menu. 15
Base Station list.. 12 Base Station Nickname. 24 Base Station Settings.. 25
Screen mode.. 20 Serial Key.. 7 Settings... 10
Close button. 9
Delete.. 24 Disconnect. 10
Index.. 9 Installing.. 6
Uninstalling.. 25 Updating Serial Key.. 15
Keyboard operations.. 15
Video indicator.. 9 Volume controls.. 9
LocationFree.. 4 LocationFree Base Station. 4 LocationFree Player.. 4 LocationFree Player System Requirements.. 30 LocationFree Player Window. 9
Maximize/Restore button. 9 Minimize button.. 9 Mouse operations.. 15 Muting.. 10
New Base Station button. 12
On-screen remote control. 16
Picture settings Brightness.. 21 Color.. 21 Hue.. 21 Picture. 21 Sharpness.. 21 Properties button. 12
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