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Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
Aug 12, 2007 ENGLISH 0.0 html Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Oct 23, 2007 ENGLISH, SPANISH 5.15 pdf Email
DJVU Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Oct 23, 2007 ENGLISH, FRENCH 6.98 pdf Email
DJVU Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Oct 23, 2007 ENGLISH 5.36 pdf Email
DJVU Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Nov 8, 2009 ENGLISH 0.16 pdf Email
DJVU Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Jun 10, 2009 KOREAN 31.13 pdf Email
DJVU Email
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Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Win 2000/XP/Vista Oct 26, 2007 MULTI LANGUAGE 2.58 zip
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Codec (Software) (ver.0.0)
Win 2000/XP/Vista Oct 26, 2007 MULTI LANGUAGE 2.63 zip
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

1.16 Version is the latest DSP firmware version after unifing MX10 firmware and MX10A firmware. This firmware improve some problems after launcing new model(MX10A) which have built-in memory. In addition to

- Support addtional languages (Iranian / Arabic language / Thai)

- Improve some S/W bugs and the performance of the unit.

Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP Sep 29, 2008 ENGLISH 1.45 zip

NTSC model(SC-MX10) and PAL model(VP-MX10) can use this firmware together.

Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP Sep 29, 2008 ENGLISH 2.74 pdf DJVU

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  • Yes, I Have Audio When I Play Back My Recordings On The Camcorder.

    Since the camcorder plays back your recordings with audio, the problem is not caused by the camcorder. Instead, it may be caused by the way youve connected your camcorder to your TV, or by the TVs audio input. To determine the cause of the problem, do the following: Verify the cables you are [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Audio When Playing Back Video On TV

    If you have no audio when you play back a video on your TV, start troubleshooting by checking if you have audio when you play back the video on your camcorder when the camcorder is not connected to the TV. When done, click the link below that describes what happened when you played the video. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting Your Camcorder To A TV

    The easiest way to determine if the camcorder speakers are failing is by connecting your camcorder to your TV and then playing back the video so the audio is played through the TV speakers. Note: The built-in speaker on the camcorder automatically turns off when you connect audio/video cables [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Adjusting Volume Setting

    To adjust the volume setting, follow these steps: Turn on your camcorder and press the mode button so that your camcorder is set to Play mode (the LED light on the right is lit). Press Play to begin playing back your recordings. Press the top arrow on the directional pad to increase the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Audio When Playing Back Video On Camcorder

    This model does not have any options to mute or disable audio; therefore, if you are playing back a video recording and there is no audio, you must troubleshoot to find the cause of the problem. There are two troubleshooting steps you can take: Adjusting the Volume bar on the camcorder to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 4. The Camcorder's AV/S Video Output Jack Is Failing

    If Your TV Still Doesnt Detect Your Camcorder If you have confirmed the inputs on your TV are working, and the cables are not defective, but all the TVs youve connected your camcorder to do not recognize the camcorder, the camcorder requires service. To arrange service, click the Create Online [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 2. Check The Inputs On Your TV

    If Your TV Still Doesnt Recognize Your Camcorder, Check The Inputs On Your TV. To check the inputs on your TV, follow these steps: Disconnect the AV/S-Video cables from your TV. Using the same cables, connect your camcorder to another AV/S-Video input on your TV. Set your TV to the input [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 3. Check If The AV/S Video Cables Are Failing

    To check the AV/S cables, follow these steps: Disconnect the AV/S-Video cables from the first TV. Using the same cables, connect your camcorder to the AV/S-Video input on another TV. Set that TV to the input you connected the camcorder to. Again, if you are not sure how to do this, refer to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My TV Doesn't Detect The Camcorder When I Connect It

    Your TV may not detect your camcorder for one of the following reasons: The AV/S cables are not connected properly. A TV input is failing. The connection cables are failing. The camcorders AV/S video output jack is failing. To determine what is causing the problem, first verify the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Connect Your Camcorder To Your TV

    You can view your video recordings by connecting your camcorder to your TV. Before you begin, note the following: To playback your recordings, your TV must be NTSC compatible. For more information, click here. You should use the AC power adapter as the power source so playback isnt [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting Your Camcorder To A TV

    To connect your camcorder to a TV, follow these steps: Connect the end of the Multi AV cable with the single plug to the AV jack on the camcorder. Connect the other end with the S-Video -or- Video (yellow) cable and the left and right audio (white and red) cables to your TVs AV IN inputs. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Activate The Back Light When Recording

    When subject is lit from behind, this function compensates for lighting so that the subject is not too dark. See illustration below. To turn BLC on, follow these steps: Turn on your camcorder by sliding the power button downward, and then press the Menu button. Menu screen appears. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Memory Card

    The No Card error appears when you attempt to record and there is no memory card in your camcorder. If you do not have a memory card in your camcorder, insert a card. If you have a memory card inserted and see this error, your memory card may not be compatible with the camcorder or may be [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Card Locked

    The following issues can cause a 'Card Error' message: The Locked tab is set on the Memory Card. The Memory Card is defective. The camcorder requires service. Unlock your SD/SDHC Card To unlock your SD/SDHC card, follow these steps: Find the switch on the left side of the card. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Low Speed Card, Please Record At A Lower Quality

    When you use a lower write speed memory card, your camcorder, in an attempt to preserve every bit of the movie, forcibly stores the movie on the memory card and displays a warning, 'Low speed card, please record at a lower quality'. If you are unavoidably using a low speed memory card, lower the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Card Error

    The following issues can cause a 'Card Error' message: The Locked tab is set on the Memory Card. Incompatible Memory Card. The Memory Card in the camera is defective. Try inserting another memory card. Unlock your SD/SDHC Card To unlock your SD/SDHC card, follow these steps: Find [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Not Supported Card

    This error appears when your insert a memory card that is not compatible with your camcorder. We recommend you use: SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory cards with 128MB to 8GB of storage. MMCplus memory cards with 128MB to 8GB of storage. Note: SDHC and MMC plus memory cards [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Inserting And Ejecting A Memory Card

    Do not insert or eject the memory card while recording (internal memory models only) as it may record noise. Inserting A Memory Card To insert a memory card in your camcorder, follow these steps: Turn the camcorder off. Slide the memory card slot cover to the right to open the cover. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Low Speed Card, Please Record At A Lower Quality

    When you use a lower write speed memory card, your camcorder, in an attempt to preserve every bit of the movie, forcibly stores the movie on the memory card and displays a warning, 'Low speed card, please record at a lower quality'. If you are unavoidably using a low speed memory card, lower the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Card Locked

    The following issues can cause a 'Card Error' message: The Locked tab is set on the Memory Card. The Memory Card is defective. The camcorder requires service. Unlock your SD/SDHC Card To unlock your SD/SDHC card, follow these steps: Find the switch on the left side of the card. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Card Error

    The following issues can cause a 'Card Error' message: The Locked tab is set on the Memory Card. Incompatible Memory Card. The Memory Card in the camera is defective. Try inserting another memory card. Unlock your SD/SDHC Card To unlock your SD/SDHC card, follow these steps: Find [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Not Supported Card

    This error appears when your insert a memory card that is not compatible with your camcorder. We recommend you use: SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory cards with 128MB to 8GB of storage. MMCplus memory cards with 128MB to 8GB of storage. Note: SDHC and MMC plus memory cards [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Formatting A Memory Card

    Formatting your card enables stable speeds and operation when recording. If there is no memory card inserted, it cannot be selected and the option appears grayed out in the menu. If you have inserted a card but the camcorder does not detect it, click here to troubleshoot. You must format: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Unlock Or Lock Your SDHC/SD Card

    Setting the protection switch prevents accidental erasure of files on the SDHC memory card. To enable writing, unlock the card by moving the protection switch in the direction of the terminals. To unlock the memory card, follow these steps: Find the switch on the left side of the card. See the [Troubleshooting Guide]

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