Seenspire created a short animation titled "The Light Bulb" that accurately demonstrates the effect of the Dreamoc HD3 light control feature. This Dreamoc animation uses a light bulb visual that hangs from the Dreamoc lamp-house. The intensity of the light increases and decrease and is synchronized with the Dreamoc lamp. Learn more about Dreamoc HD3 Light control on the Dreamoc HD3 product page: www.dreamoc.ca The animation is ready to use, and can be downloaded and easily incorporated into your existing Dreamoc playlist.+ More details
In this video, we demonstrate how easy it is to unpack and repack the Dreamoc HD3. The flightcase incorporates wheels and an expandable handle, which makes it optimal for travel and safe transportation. For detailed information on Dreamoc HD3 Accessories, please visit http://www.dreamoc.ca/accessories/+ More details
This tutorial demonstrates how to connect the power supply on the HD3 by securing the plug with the relief strap and ensuring that the wire remains beneath the back door.+ More details
The HD3 Content Template is used as a guideline to create media for your Dreamoc HD3. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to use the Content Template in Adobe After Effects to facilitate the correct use of three dimensional media on the HD3+ More details
The Dreamoc HD3 LED spotlight has an extended life with a minimum of 40,000 hours . This tutorial demonstrates how to properly change the LED spotlight with step-by- step instructions on how to disassemble and assemble the lamphouse from the HD3 in order to insert the new spotlight.+ More details
All the electronics in the Dreamoc HD3 are housed in the LCD screen module. This module contains the LCD screen, internal media player, LED power controls and speakers. Having the electronics housed in a contained module ensures that replacing failed components is user-friendly. This tutorial demonstrates how to replace the LCD screen module.+ More details
The Dreamoc HD3 has a service menu that facilitates the modification of factory settings. Gain access to the service menu by pushing the menu button. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to operate the Dreamoc HD3 service menu by making picture and sound adjustments and how to revert back to factory settings.+ More details
The Dreamoc HD3 has an internal media player but it is also possible to connect an external media player via a HDMI cable. The external media player can be a digital signage system, a computer, an iPad, Tablet, smartphone or any device that has an HDMI output. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to connect external media players to the Dreamoc HD3.+ More details
Are you using a Mac and experiencing issues playing your Dreamoc media? A playback issue exists when copying movies from Mac to an SD/CF card. With the introduction of OSX 10.5, Mac changed the architecture of their hidden file structure which causes certain compatibility issues across multiple platforms. More information can be found here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.DS_Store This tutorial shows you how to delete the hidden files and make your movie work when copied from Mac. There is no such issue when copying movies from PC.+ More details
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