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    USER CONTENT
    CUSTOMIZATION PROCEDURE

    HOW TO INSTALL VIDEOS/PHOTOS/AUDIOS ON
    MAJOR HD-10/ALPHA AS MEDIA FILE/BGV:


    SONG REGISTRATION:

    01

    Download or transfer all the desired files (video/audio) you want to input in your Major HD-10/ ALPHA. Readable formats are: video- avi, rmbv, mkv, mp4, mpg, wmv, etc.; audio- mp3, wma, aac, wav, etc.

    02

    Put these files in a USB flashdrive, formatted as FAT 32.

    03

    Once USB flashdrive is ready, turn on your Major HD-10/ALPHA, choose the SET-UP button.

    04

    Select the USER CONTENTS option. You will see “Song Register, BGV register and Management”. Under the “Song Registration” there are sub-selections USER MTV and USER MP3 that are grayed out. That means it cannot be open until a USB is detected.

    05

    Now, plug in the USB flashdrive to the USB port. It can be either on the front or the back port.

    06

    Look on the TV screen, check if the sub-selections are now enabled. This means that your USB has been detected.

    07

    From your USB/flashdrive upload your video/audio files to your karaoke unit as media playback then it will automatically generate a song number.

    08

    For you to check if the files you downloaded as Song Register are in the hard drive already, go to MANAGEMENT on the User Contents section from the Setup button. Then select the USER VIDEO or USER AUDIO to check your files that are successfully saved, or go back to karaoke mode and press Song list/Country on the remote control until you reach the USER VIDEO/USER AUDIO section then search for the file you uploaded on the unit.

    HOW TO INSTALL VIDEOS/PHOTOS/AUDIOS ON
    MAJOR HD-10/ALPHA AS MEDIA FILE/BGV:


    SONG REGISTRATION:

    01

    Download or transfer all the desired files (video/audio) you want to input in your Major HD-10/ ALPHA. Readable formats are: video- avi, rmbv, mkv, mp4, mpg, wmv, etc.; audio- mp3, wma, aac, wav, etc.

    02

    Put these files in a USB flashdrive, formatted as FAT 32.

    03

    Once USB flashdrive is ready, turn on your Major HD-10/ALPHA, choose the SET-UP button.

    04

    Select the USER CONTENTS option. You will see “Song Register, BGV register and Management”. Under the “Song Registration” there are sub-selections USER MTV and USER MP3 that are grayed out. That means it cannot be open until a USB is detected.

    05

    Now, plug in the USB flashdrive to the USB port. It can be either on the front or the backport.

    06

    Look on the TV screen, check if the sub-selections are now enabled. This means that your USB has been detected.

    07

    From your USB/flash drive upload your video/audio files to your karaoke unit as media playback then it will automatically generate a song number.

    08

    For you to check if the files you downloaded as Song Register are in the hard drive already, go to MANAGEMENT on the User Contents section from the Setup button. Then select the USER VIDEO or USER AUDIO to check your files that are successfully saved, or go back to karaoke mode and press Song list/Country on the remote control until you reach the USER VIDEO/USER AUDIO section then search for the file you uploaded on the unit.

    BGV REGISTRATION:

    01

    Download or transfer all the desired files (video/photo) you want to input in your karaoke unit. Readable formats are: video- avi, rmbv, mkv, mp4, mpg, wmv, etc.; photo- jpg, bmp, gif, png, etc.

    02

    Put these files in a USB flashdrive, formatted as FAT 32.

    03

    Once USB is ready, on your karaoke unit, go to the SETUP button.

    04

    Select USER CONTENTS. You will see “Song Register, BGV register and Management” sections there. Under the“BGV Registration” there are sub-selections, VIDEO and PHOTO that are grayed out. That means it cannot be open until a USB is detected.

    05

    Now, plug in the USB flashdrive to the USB port. It can be either on the front or the back port.

    06

    Look on the TV screen and check if the sub-selections of “Song Register” are now enabled. This means that your USB has been detected.

    07

    To download your videos/photos as BGV or Background Videos, select the BGV Register then download the chosen files as BGV.

    08

    For you to check if the files you downloaded as BGV Register are successful, return to karaoke mode, press BGV button on the remote control until you reach the USER VIDEO/USER PHOTO and you will see the slideshow ofthe videos/photos you entered as BGV. Or go to MANAGEMENT on the User Contents section on your Set-up and choose BGV VIDEO/BGV PHOTO to see the files that were successfully saved as BGV.

    BGV REGISTRATION:

    01

    Download or transfer all the desired files (video/photo) you want to input in your karaoke unit. Readableformats are: video- avi, rmbv, mkv, mp4, mpg, wmv, etc.; photo- jpg, bmp, gif, png, etc.

    02

    Put these files in a USB flashdrive, formatted as FAT 32.

    03

    Once USB is ready, on your karaoke unit, go to the 

    SETUP button.

    04

    Select USER CONTENTS. You will see “Song Register, BGV register and Management” sections there. Under the“BGV Registration” there are sub-selections, VIDEO and PHOTO that are grayed out. That means it cannot beopen until a USB is detected.

    05

    Now, plug in the USB flashdrive to the USB port. It can be either on the front or the backport.

    06

    Look on the TV screen and check if the sub-selections of “Song Register” are now enabled. This means that yourUSB has been detected.

    07

    To download your videos/photos as BGV or Background Videos, select the BGV Register then download thechosen files as BGV.

    08

    For you to check if the files you downloaded as BGV Register are successful, return to karaoke mode, press BGVbutton on the remote control until you reach the USER VIDEO/USER PHOTO and you will see the slideshow ofthe videos/photos you entered as BGV. Or go to MANAGEMENT on the User Contents section on your Set-upand choose BGV VIDEO/BGV PHOTO to see the files that were successfully saved as BGV.