Whilst this is a photo copy, and some of the pages are a little askew, it was all readable and intact. A real bonus finding an old manual for a classic piece of kit that no other site had.
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VAIOÂ® Z505 SuperSlim ProÂ Notebook User Guide
To Create Self-Launching Slide Shows
To create a slide show that launches automatically when you insert a media, follow these steps to transfer images from your hard drive to a media.
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Insert the media into the media slot. Click the My Computer icon on the desktop. Click the Removable Disk (S:) icon. Create a new folder and name it âDCIM.â Open the DCIM folder and create a new folder named â100MSDCF.â Click the Start button, select VAIO, then click PictureGearâ¢ to launch the PictureGear application. Select the digital images you want to save in your slide show. From the PictureGear File menu, select Format Conversion. Select Memory Stick as the Output Format. Use the Browse button to select the DCIM/100MSDCF folder on the Removable Disk (S:) drive. Click OK to save the file.
You can also add MPEG1 video files to your Slide Show by following the steps below. Note that the order in which digital still photos (DSC0xxxx files) and video clips (MOV0xxxx files) appear in your Slide Show is determined by the number (xxxx) in the file name.
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Insert the media into the card slot. Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop. Double-click the Removable Disk S: icon. Create a new folder and name it âMSSONY.â Open the MSSONY folder and create a new folder named âMOML0001.â Copy the MPEG file into the MOML0001 folder. Rename the MPEG file MOV0xxxx.mpg, where xxxx is any four-digit number.
To set VAIO Action Setup to launch Memory Stick automatically, see Customizing Your V AIOÂ® Z505 SuperSlim Proâ¢ Notebook.