Embird Embroidery Software
Updated 17 Mar 2012
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Barudan CF Card - Writing Files

Use this command if you want to write designs to Barudan CF (Compact Flash) Card. It is supposed, that you have the CF Card Reader hardware attached to your PC, and that this reader works like another disk drive on your PC (e.g.drive F:).

1 - Run Embird, it will start in "Manager" mode.

2 - In the "Files:" box at the right side of the screen select the design which you want to write to Barudan CF Card. To select a design, please move the mouse pointer to its file name and click the left mouse button (Picture No.1).

You can select multiple files: Move mouse pointer to the file name of the first design in the "Files:" box at the right side of the screen, depress the left mouse button and hold it down while moving the mouse pointer over the file names of the other designs. When the mouse pointer is over the last design, please release the left mouse button.

Picture No. 1

Embird Tutorial - Barudan CF Card - Writing Files

3 - Select "Right Panel ->Input/Output Operations -> Barudan CF Card" command from the main menu (Picture No.2).

Picture No. 2

Embird Tutorial - Barudan CF Card - Writing Files

4 - A dialog box will appear on the screen (Picture No. 3). Choose the "Drive:" which contains Barudan CF Card. In this example it is "F:" drive. The upper box shows the folders and files of  Barudan CF Card (empty card in this example).

5 - Click "Create new folder" button to create a new folder for the designs and choose this folder in the "Folder" box. In this example we have created "Embird.fdr" folder (see below in Picture No. 4).

6 - The bottom box shows the files which you are going to write to the card (Picture No. 3). Click "Write files to card" button to start writing of designs to the card.

Picture No. 3

Embird Tutorial - Barudan CF Card - Writing Files

7 - Embird will write the files to Barudan CF Card and it will display the result of this operation (Picture No. 4). In this example, the "PORSCHE.U01", "PORSCHE.U02" and "SQUIRREL.U03" designs were written to the card. The corresponding files with .EDR extension contain the Embird color palette for these designs.

Picture No. 4

Embird Tutorial - Barudan CF Card - Writing Files

8 - Barudan CF Card is now ready for use. You can eject it from the disk drive and use it with your embroidery machine.

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