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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Pictures and Movies (Movie System)

The infotainment system can play movie files stored on a USB storage device and devices that support Media Transfer Protocol (MTP).

Movie System Information

Caution for Using Movie Files

mpeg-1: 8 Mbps

mpeg-4 (mpg4, mp42, mp43): 4 Mbps

wmv9: 3 Mbps

divx 3: 3 Mbps

divx 4/5/6: 4.8 Mbps

xvid: 4.5 Mbps

mp3: 320 Kbps

wma: 320 Kbps

ac-3: 640 Kbps

aac: 449 Kbps

Playing a Movie File

  1. Connect the USB device to the USB port.
  2. Press the screen to open to full screen. Press the screen again to return to the previous screen.

If the USB device is already connected:

  1. Press .

  2. Press picture & movie.

  3. Press Source.

  4. Press USB movie.

Movie is not available while driving.

Viewing a Slide Show

From the picture screen, press .


Pause

Changing to Next/Previous Movie

Returning to the Beginning of the Current Movie

Press after five seconds of the
playback time.

Scanning Forward or Backward

Press and hold or
during playback to rewind or fast forward.


Release the button to resume playback at normal speed.

Viewing Full Screen

Press from the movie screen.


Press again to return to the previous
screen.

Using the USB Movie Menu

  1. Press MENU from the movie screen.

  2. Press the appropriate menu:
  1. Press to exit.

Subtitle Language

If the movie file has a subtitle language, it can be viewed.

If there is only one subtitle language, it can be set to On/Off.

Audio Language

If the movie file has an audio language, it can be used.

An audio language can be set only when supported by the DivX movie file.

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