2016 Discovery 4

VIDEO MEDIA PLAYER CONTROLS

WARNING

In the interest of safety, only operate, adjust, or view the system when it is safe to do so.

WARNING

Sustained exposure to high sound levels (greater than 85 decibels) can damage your hearing.

NOTES

Some electronic equipment being used within the vehicle, or within close proximity to the vehicle, may affect the performance of this system (e.g., charging a device, etc.).

Press the Media menu button, or touch the Media menu icon from the Touch screen Home menu and then select the TV/My video soft key. See TOUCH SCREEN HOME MENU.

  1. Source: TV band/video input selection.

    Touch to view and select DVD, or other forms of video media (CD/USB), provided that the relevant media is present. The selected option will be displayed.

    NOTES

    After 5 seconds without use, the TV/My video menu will close.

  2. Preview screen for video media information: Touch to select full screen mode.

    Short touch the screen again to view the controls at any time.

    To return to preview mode, touch and hold the full screen view.

  3. Settings: Depending on the video media specification, there are 3 sub-menus within settings: Options, VOD (Video On Demand) and Audio settings.

    VOD allows playing of DivX VOD content from a video media. The 8 digit registration code will be displayed when the VOD soft key is touched.

    The player must also be registered with DivX. See BLUETOOTH® INFORMATION.

  4. Tools: The following options can be selected:

    GOTO: The GOTO menu allows you to access specific parts of the video, by Chapter or Title number.

    Subtitles

    Angle

    Audio

    Top menu

  5. Menu: Select to view the video media menu. On some screens, this may be replaced by a Browse soft key.

  6. Seek up: Select to view the next DVD chapter, or to scroll through video media files.

  7. Select to pre-stop playback. A second touch will stop and reset the DVD.

  8. Select to start/restart play.

  9. Seek down: Select to view the previous DVD chapter, or to scroll through video media files.

For information about the use of the media controls, on the audio/video unit and the steering wheel buttons, see AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROLS.