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18. Home Page. Music and Videos

My Music plus icon

 From the Home screen, Press OK on the My Music tab in order to browse your music files.

My Music
This is where the locally stored music can be browsed in its entirety.
Artists
Music library in order of Artist.
Albums
Music library in order of Album title.
Genre
Music library in grouped by Genre.


Add to my PlaylistTracks
Music library in order of the track title.

Playlists
Music can be saved to form a playlist. Browse your saved playlists here.

My Folders
Local files stored on the 3View hard drive and shortcuts can be browsed here.

 Shoutcast Radio
Shoutcast radio services are listed by genre. The list takes a few seconds to populate. 
Select the genre in which you are interested and a list of radio stations are displayed. Use P+ and P- to move fast through the lists.

Entire Network
Content from other devices on your network can be viewed on your TV. Compatible devices and
computer shared music files  are displayed here.
Removable media
USB drives and Keys can be attached. Compatible images can be browsed here.

My Videos with icon

From the Home screen, Press OK on My Videos to access videos stored on the 3view hard drive, on locally
attached storage media, or on network attached storage devices including another 3view unit. Recorded
programs on 3views attached to a network are available for playback on each other.

Adding videos from my PC

 My Videos
Local files and shortcuts can be browsed from here.
Categories
Press OK to add a new category. E.g “Comedy” . Selecting any video in My Video gives an option to Add Category.  Your saved videos can then be browsed by category.

Entire Network
Content from other devices on your network can be viewed on your TV. Compatible devices and computer shares are displayed here. Another 3view box will be displayed by its name as set up in Settings >System>Network>Name.
Removable media
USB drives and Keys can be attached. Compatible images can then be browsed here.

Note!  The USB ports have sufficient power to run USB sticks but not “spinning” hard drives. A hard drive will need an
external power supply. A powered USB hub is another alternative, which also presents a more accessible port for connection.


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