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[. . . ] Nikon View Reference Manual Overview · Overview · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Before You Begin Installation Guide Connecting to computer Confirming device registration Starting Nikon View Nikon Transfer Nikon Browser Nikon Viewer Nikon Editor Standard RGB Profile Supported in Nikon Editor Large Preview Generator for NEF file Nikon NEF Plug-in Troubleshooting Connecting the Camera and Inserting Memory Cards Reinstalling Nikon View Panorama Maker 3. 0 Carbonlib (Mac OS 9) Uploading images (for European resident) Set-up Applications Appendix Overview Welcome to Nikon View !Use Nikon View to transfer images from a Nikon digital camera (hereafter camera) to a computer. To transfer images, connect the camera to your computer with the appropriate cable or remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into a card reader or card slot. Images can be edited, printed, viewed in a slide show, uploaded to the Internet or sent to another computer using e-mail. [. . . ] One or more image editing programs can be registered and selected for the type of images. To select an image editing program, select Add/Remove editing program from the pulldown menu. Macintosh On a Macintosh, click the play button to start playback. On a Macintosh, click the play button to start playback. 169 Displaying the Add/Remove editing program dialog box The Edit button pull down menu and the Edit using other program option can also be used to display the Add/Remove editing program dialog box. Add/Remove editing program Program lists The registered programs are displayed in the list. Move up / Move down Click to move the selected program in the Program list up and down. You can modify the order of the registered programs that are displayed by clicking the Edit tool button or selecting Edit using other programs from the File menu. Add Click to display the Add program dialog box. In the Add program dialog box, you can select and register programs. Change Click to display the Change program dialog box. In the Change program dialog box, you can change the name of the registered programs. Delete Click to remove the selected program from the Program list. Note that the program itself is not uninstalled. 170 Add program Change program Name You can assign a name to the program selected in Executable file. The program is added to the Program list with this name instead of the actual program name. In the Change program dialog box, you can change the name of the program that appears in the Edit tool button pull down menu, and in the Edit using other programs submenu. This does not affect the name of the original program. Executable file Displays the path and file name of the program to add. To add a different program to the Program list, click Browse and select the program you want to add. Click OK to add the selected program to the Program list. 171 Printing images Nikon Browser allows you to print; i) A single image ii) Multiple copies of the same image iii) An index (catalog) print made up of several different images To select an image for printing, click the image once. To select more than one image, click each image once while holding down the shift key. The Printer layout dialog appears, allowing the specific printer and various layout, print and paper sizes to be chosen. Color management for printing Printing is executed according to the settings specified in the Color Management panel of the Preferences dialog box with Nikon Browser, Nikon Viewer or Nikon Editor. 172 When you have made all the necessary settings, click Print to start printing. Clicking Cancel closes the Print layout dialog box without printing. Meta Data button Click Meta Data button button in the Print layout dialog to display Meta data print setup dialog box. The Print layout dialog box When you click Page Setup, the Print Setup dialog box is displayed. Printer Paper Printable Area Displays the name of the currently selected printer. Displays the printable area for the selected paper size. Print preview check box Check this checkbox to preview selected images. Click Page Forwarding button to preview the selected files in order. Copies box (Windows only) Specify the number of copies to print. If you are using a Macintosh, specify the number of copies to print in the dialog box that appears after you click Print. Page Setup button Click to display the Print Setup dialog box in which you can modify the printer and paper settings. If you are using a Macintosh, a different Print Setup dialog box will appear for each printer in use. The changes made are reflected in the Printer, Paper, and Printable area fields. Check the check boxes you need and click OK button to complete print information setting. Enlarge Preview image Click each image in Print Layout dialog box and you can get enlarged view for it. 173 Printing information Specified information is printed. If you want to change font for printing information, click Change button. Select layout Select this option if you want to select the number of images to print on one page from the list. Number of images per page 1 Up 2 Up 2 x 2 Up 2 x 4 Up 4 x 4 Up 5 x 5 Up 5 x 8 Up Paper Orientation (portrait) (landscape) 1 in the center 2 pictures one on top of the other 2 rows x 2 columns 4 rows x 2 columns 4 rows x 4 columns 5 rows x 5 columns 8 rows x 5 columns 1 in the center 2 pictures side by side 2 rows x 2 columns 2 rows x 4 columns 4 rows x 4 columns 5 rows x 5 columns 5 rows x 8 columns Imprint capture date over image Check Date only to imprint the shooting date on the output image. [. . . ] Taiwan Branch Tel: Fax: +866(0)-2-2718-1869 +866(0) 2-2719-0256 E-Mail: support@arcsoft. com. tw Latin America Tel (Brazil): Tel (Chile): +00817-200-0709 +800-202-797 E-Mail: latinsupport@arcsoft. com Mail: ArcSoft, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538 U. S. A. China ArcSoft Beijing Representative Office Tel: Fax: +10-6849-1368 +10-6849-1367 318 Appendix E : Connecting the Camera and Inserting Memory Cards If you are using a COOLPIX series digital camera (excluding 990/ 880) or a D2H, D70, D100 camera, note the following points when connecting the camera to a computer. Macintosh The camera or memory card will appear on the desktop as an untitled (OS X:NO_NAME) volume. Opening this volume will reveal the folder DCIM, which holds further folders (for example, 100NIKON) containing images taken with the camera. Note that memory cards formatted on a D100 will appear on the desktop not as an untitled volume, but as a volume labeled NIKON D100. When a digital camera with a memory card is connected, or when a memory card is inserted in a card reader or card slot: Windows The computer will show the camera or memory card as a new drive in the My Computer window. [. . . ]

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