Epson EasyMP Network Projection User`s guide

EasyMP Network Projection Operation Guide
Contents
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Changing the Projector Search Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Introduction to EasyMP Network Projection
EasyMP Network Projection Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Display Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Multi-Screen Display Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Movie Sending Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presentation Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Distribution Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connection Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Quick Connection Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Advanced Connection Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Search Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for Network Projectors Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or Projector
Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performing a Profile Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing a Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Controlling the Projected Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Hiding Computer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Switching the Input Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Finishing Projecting Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Setting Up EasyMP Network Projection for the First
Time
Using Additional Functions
Installing the Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
EasyMP Network Projection System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Windows) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Setting Up the Projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connection Methods for Various Network Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Quick Connection Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode (Wireless) . . . .
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode (Wired) . . . . . .
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Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images
Connection Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly Using Wireless Communication . 18
Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System (Wireless) . . . . . 20
Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System (Wired) . . . . . . . 21
Changing the Computer Projection Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Projecting Movies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Supported Movie Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Using Movie Sending Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function . . . 40
Multi-Screen Display Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Multi-Screen Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling the Virtual Display Driver (Windows) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Windows) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Mac OS X) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Projecting Images to the Arranged Multi-Screen Display . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Projecting One Computer Screen from Multiple Projectors . . . . 49
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Solving Problems
Solving Network Connection Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Quick Connection Mode . . . . . . . . . . 51
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Advanced Connection Mode (Wireless) 52
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Advanced Connection Mode (Wired) . . 53
Solving Problems During Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Solutions When the Computer Screen is Not Displayed Properly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Solutions When the Screen is Not Projected Properly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Solutions When There is No Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Error Messages List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Error Messages when Starting up EasyMP Network Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Error Messages when Searching for and Selecting Projectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Error Messages when Projecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Event ID List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Screen Summary
Select Connection Mode Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Search and Connect Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Save in the profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Edit profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Set options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Set options - General settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Set options - Adjust performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Set options - Audio Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Toolbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Select target projector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Projector control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
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Movie Sending Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Add-Remove Virtual Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Appendix
Updating and Uninstalling the Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Getting the Latest Version of the Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7)
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows 8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Supported Resolutions and Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Supported Resolutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Display Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Connection Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limitations when Projecting from Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Live Photo
Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limitations in Windows Aero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limitations when Projecting from Windows Media Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Copyright Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
About Notations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
General Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Introduction to EasyMP Network Projection
See the following sections to learn more about EasyMP Network Projection software.
Related Links
• "EasyMP Network Projection Features" p.5
• "Display Options" p.6
• "Connection Modes" p.8
EasyMP Network Projection Features
You can use EasyMP Network Projection software to project images from
your computer to the projector over a network. Sharing the projector over a
network allows you to project images from different computers without
having to change cable connections, as well as project images from a remote
location.
Related Links
• "Introduction to EasyMP Network Projection" p.4
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Display Options
You can use a variety of display options for projecting images.
Related Links
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"Introduction to EasyMP Network Projection" p.4
"Multi-Screen Display Function" p.6
"Movie Sending Mode" p.6
"Presentation Mode" p.6
"Distribution Function" p.6
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Movie Sending Mode
You can play movies smoothly by sending movie files directly to the
projector.
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This function is only available for supported models.
Related Links
Multi-Screen Display Function
You can project different images from up to four projectors that are
connected to one computer. This allows you to project complex data, such
as a business report, in an extra-wide landscape format.
• "Display Options" p.6
• "Projecting Movies" p.37
Presentation Mode
You can project a PowerPoint slide show from your computer without
displaying any other distracting computer content. While using Presentation
Mode, a black screen is projected when the PowerPoint slide show is not
playing.
Related Links
• "Display Options" p.6
• "Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide Show" p.36
Distribution Function
Related Links
• "Display Options" p.6
• "Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function" p.40
You can project the same computer image simultaneously from up to four
projectors connected to the same network.
Display Options
a
You cannot connect multiple networked computers to one projector at
the same time.
Related Links
• "Display Options" p.6
• "Projecting One Computer Screen from Multiple Projectors" p.49
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Connection Modes
You can use the following methods to connect a computer to a projector
over a network by using EasyMP Network Projection.
Related Links
• "Introduction to EasyMP Network Projection" p.4
• "Quick Connection Mode" p.8
• "Advanced Connection Mode" p.8
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Advanced Connection Mode
You can connect the projector and the computer using an existing network
system. To use Advanced Connection Mode, you need to connect the
projector to an access point or to a network hub.
Quick Connection Mode
You can connect the projector and the computer directly using wireless
communication. This allows you to project the computer screen without
making any complicated network settings.
Quick Connection Mode is only available when you install the wireless LAN
unit on the projector.
Related Links
• "Connection Modes" p.8
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wireless)" p.14
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wired)" p.15
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wireless)" p.20
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wired)" p.21
Related Links
• "Connection Modes" p.8
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Quick Connection Mode"
p.14
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly Using Wireless
Communication" p.18
Setting Up EasyMP Network Projection for the First Time
Follow these instructions before connecting a computer to the projector over a network.
Related Links
• "Installing the Software" p.10
• "Setting Up the Projector" p.12
Installing the Software
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Install EasyMP Network Projection from the EPSON Projector Software
CD-ROM supplied with your projector.
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Requirement
• If the language selected for the installation differs from the language
of the operating system being used, the screens may not be displayed
correctly.
• You can download the latest version of EasyMP Network Projection
from the EPSON Web site.
• If a previous version of EasyMP Network Projection is already
installed on your computer, uninstall it first and then install EasyMP
Network Projection.
Windows 7
• Ultimate (32- and 64-bit)
• Enterprise (32- and 64-bit)
• Professional (32- and 64-bit)
• Home Premium (32- and 64bit)
• Home Basic (32-bit)
• Starter (32-bit)
"Setting Up EasyMP Network Projection for the First Time" p.9
"EasyMP Network Projection System Requirements" p.10
"Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Windows)" p.11
"Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.11
"Getting the Latest Version of the Application" p.78
Windows 8
• Windows 8 (32- and 64-bit)
• Windows 8 Pro (32- and 64bit)
• Windows 8 Enterprise (32and 64-bit)
Requirement
Windows
Mac
Operating system
Windows XP
• Professional (32-bit)
• Home Edition (32-bit)
• Tablet PC Edition (32-bit)
Mac OS X
• 10.4.x (32-bit)
• 10.5.1 or later (32-bit)
• 10.6.x (32- and 64-bit)
• 10.7.x (32- and 64-bit)
• 10.8.x (64-bit)
(Mac OS X 10.4.11, 10.5.8,
10.6.8, 10.7.3, or 10.8.0 recommended)
Power PC G3 900 MHz or
faster
(CoreDuo 1.83 GHz or
faster recommended)
CPU
Mobile Pentium III 1.2 GHz or
faster
(Pentium M 1.6 GHz or faster
recommended)
Memory
256 MB or more
(512 MB or more recommended)
EasyMP Network Projection System Requirements
Your computer must meet the following system requirements to use the
EasyMP Network Projection software.
Mac
Windows Vista
• Ultimate (32-bit)
• Enterprise (32-bit)
• Business (32-bit)
• Home Premium (32-bit)
• Home Basic (32-bit)
Related Links
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Windows
Hard disk space 20 MB or more
Display
Resolution between 1024 × 768 (XGA) and 1920 × 1200
(WUXGA)
16-bit color or greater (approximately 32,000 display colors)
Installing the Software
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• Operation is not guaranteed for Windows XP without any service
packs installed, or Windows XP Service Pack 1.
• Operation is not guaranteed for Mac OS X 10.5.0 because the
Firewall settings are not set correctly when the version is updated.
Related Links
• "Installing the Software" p.10
Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Windows)
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Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)
Install EasyMP Network Projection on your computer.
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Install EasyMP Network Projection on your computer.
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You need administrator authority to install EasyMP Network
Projection.
Turn on your computer.
Make sure all running applications are closed.
Insert the EPSON Projector Software CD-ROM into the computer.
Double-click the EMP_NPInstaller.mpkg icon in the EPSON
window.
Installation starts.
e
Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
Related Links
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b
c
Turn on your computer.
d
If the installer does not start automatically, open the CD-ROM
drive from My Computer (or Computer), and then double-click
InstallNavi.exe or EMP_NSCInst.exe.
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Follow the on-screen instructions to install.
Make sure all running applications are closed.
Insert the EPSON Projector Software CD-ROM into the computer.
The installer starts automatically.
Related Links
• "Installing the Software" p.10
• "Installing the Software" p.10
Setting Up the Projector
Follow these instructions to select a connection method between a
computer and the projector, and then set up the projector.
Related Links
• "Setting Up EasyMP Network Projection for the First Time" p.9
• "Connection Methods for Various Network Environments" p.12
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Quick Connection Mode"
p.14
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wireless)" p.14
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wired)" p.15
Connection Methods for Various Network
Environments
You can choose a connection mode to suit your network environment.
Check how the projector is connected to the network system (wireless or
wired) and the communication path from the computer to the projector.
Depending on your projector, some connection methods may not be
available. See the User's Guide supplied with the projector for more details.
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• To connect the projector to the computer directly using wireless
communication:
Use Quick Connection Mode.
Setting Up the Projector
• To connect the projector to the computer using a wireless network
system:
Use Advanced Connection Mode.
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• To connect the projector to the computer using a wired network
system:
Use Advanced Connection Mode.
Related Links
• "Setting Up the Projector"
• "Setting Up a Projector to
p.14
• "Setting Up a Projector to
(Wireless)" p.14
• "Setting Up a Projector to
(Wired)" p.15
p.12
Connect in Quick Connection Mode"
Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
Setting Up the Projector
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Quick
Connection Mode
To connect a computer directly to the projector using wireless
communication, you need to select network settings on the computer and
the projector.
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Select the necessary settings to connect your computer to a
wireless LAN. See the documentation supplied with your computer
for more details.
b
Install the wireless LAN unit in the projector, if necessary. See the
User's Guide supplied with the projector for more details.
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d
Turn on the projector.
e
Select Wireless LAN.
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g
Press the Menu button on the remote control or the control panel,
select the Network menu, and select Network Configuration.
A screen like one of the following is displayed.
Select On for Wireless LAN Power.
Select Quick for Connection Mode.
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h
Select other options as necessary for your network. See the User's
Guide supplied with the projector for more details.
i
Select security settings on the Security menu as necessary for
your network. Check with your network administrator for more
information on making the correct settings.
j
When you have finished making settings, select Setup Complete
or Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save your
settings and exit the menus.
Related Links
• "Setting Up the Projector" p.12
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly Using Wireless
Communication" p.18
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced
Connection Mode (Wireless)
To connect a computer to the projector over a wireless LAN, you need to
select network settings on the computer and the projector.
a
Contact your network administrator and write down the settings
for the access point, such as the SSID and security settings.
b
Connect the computer to the network.
a
To set up a network connection, if necessary, see the
documentation supplied with your computer or network
adapter.
Setting Up the Projector
c
Install the wireless LAN unit in the projector, if necessary. See the
User's Guide supplied with the projector for more details.
d
e
Turn on the projector.
f
Select Wireless LAN.
Press the Menu button on the remote control or the control panel,
select the Network menu, and select Network Configuration.
A screen like one of the following is displayed.
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Related Links
• "Setting Up the Projector" p.12
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wireless)" p.20
Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced
Connection Mode (Wired)
To connect a computer to the projector using a wired LAN, you need to
select network settings on the computer and the projector.
a
Contact your network administrator and check that DHCP is
available under the current network environment.
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g
h
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Select On for Wireless LAN Power.
j
Select security settings on the Security menu as necessary for
your network. Check with your network administrator for more
information on making the correct settings.
k
If DHCP is not available, write down the following values that
are available for your projector.
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway Address
Select Advanced for Connection Mode.
Select other options as necessary for your network. See the User's
Guide supplied with the projector for more details.
When you have finished making settings, select Setup Complete
or Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save your
settings and exit the menus.
b
Connect the computer to the network.
a
c
d
To set up a network connection, if necessary, see the
documentation supplied with your computer or network
adapter.
Connect a LAN cable to the projector.
Turn on the projector.
Setting Up the Projector
e
Press the Menu button on the remote control or the control panel,
select the Network menu, and select Network Configuration.
f
Select Wired LAN.
g
Select IP settings as necessary.
A screen like one of the following is displayed.
• DHCP is available: Turn on the DHCP setting.
• DHCP is not available: Turn off DHCP and enter the projector's IP
Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address values as necessary.
h
When you have finished making settings, select Setup Complete
or Complete and follow the on-screen instructions to save your
settings and exit the menus.
Related Links
• "Setting Up the Projector" p.12
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wired)" p.21
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Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images
Follow these instructions to connect the computer and the projector over a network, and to project images from your computer's screen using the projector.
Make sure you have already set up EasyMP Network Projection and selected a connection mode for the projector.
Related Links
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"Connection Methods" p.18
"Changing the Projector Search Method" p.24
"Controlling the Projected Display" p.31
"Finishing Projecting Images" p.33
"Installing the Software" p.10
"Setting Up the Projector" p.12
Connection Methods
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You can select a suitable method to connect the computer and the projector
over a network depending on your network environment.
Related Links
• "Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images" p.17
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly Using Wireless
Communication" p.18
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wireless)" p.20
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wired)" p.21
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Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly
Using Wireless Communication
When your projector is set up as indicated below, you can connect the
projector and a computer directly using wireless communication to project
the computer's screen.
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Press the LAN button on the remote control.
The LAN standby screen is projected.
• Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7: Click Start, select
Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector, EasyMP Network
Projection, and then click EasyMP Network Projection
Ver.X.XX.
• Windows 8: Select Search on the Charms, and then select EasyMP
Network Projection Ver.X.XX.
• Mac OS X: Double-click EasyMP Network Projection from the
Applications folder.
• The wireless LAN unit is installed in the projector.
• The projector's connection method is set to Quick.
• When you connect the projector and a computer directly using
wireless communication, the connection between the computer and
an access point is disconnected.
• Make sure you turn on your computer's wireless communication
function.
Start EasyMP Network Projection.
c
Select Quick Connection Mode, and then click OK.
Connection Methods
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• Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8: Enter the keyword
displayed on the LAN standby screen, and then click OK. When
the following dialog box is displayed, enter the passphrase set on
the projector, and then click Connect.
The projector search results are displayed.
d
If the projector you want to connect to is not displayed in the
search results, search for it using one of the following methods.
• Automatic Search: Searches for the projector automatically.
a
If you select Save the passphrase and don't show this dialog
box again, the projector's SSID and passphrase are saved on the
computer and this dialog box is not displayed the next time you
connect. You do not have to enter the passphrase again.
If the projector's passphrase has not been changed from the
default, the following dialog box is displayed. Change the
passphrase from the projector's Network menu.
• Manual Search: Searches for the projector based on the SSID
selected from a list.
• Profile: Searches for the projector based on a previously saved
profile.
e
Select the projector you want to connect to, and then click
Connect.
When Projector Keyword is set to On from the projector, the
keyword entry screen is displayed.
f
Enter the projector keyword and passphrase.
• Windows XP and Mac OS X: Enter the keyword displayed on the
LAN standby screen, and then click OK.
When a connection is established, the computer screen is projected. The
following EasyMP Network Projection toolbar is displayed on the computer
screen.
Connection Methods
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EB******
a
When a connection is established, the input source for the projector
automatically switches to the LAN source if no other signal is being
input. If the input source does not automatically switch to the LAN
source, press the LAN button.
Related Links
•
•
•
•
"Connection Methods" p.18
"Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Quick Connection Mode" p.14
"Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
"Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Performing a Profile Search" p.26
Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a
Network System (Wireless)
When your projector is set up as indicated below, you can connect the
projector to an existing network system and project the computer's screen
over the network.
• The wireless LAN unit is installed in the projector.
• The projector's connection method is set to Advanced.
a
a
Make sure you connect a computer to the network.
Press the LAN button on the remote control.
The LAN standby screen is projected.
b
Start EasyMP Network Projection.
• Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7: Click Start, select
Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector, EasyMP Network
Projection, and then click EasyMP Network Projection
Ver.X.XX.
• Windows 8: Select Search on the Charms, and then select EasyMP
Network Projection Ver.X.XX.
• Mac OS X: Double-click EasyMP Network Projection from the
Applications folder.
c
Select Advanced Connection Mode, and then click OK.
Connection Methods
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When the connection is complete, the computer screen is projected. The
following EasyMP Network Projection toolbar is displayed on the computer
screen.
a
When a connection is established, the input source for the projector
automatically switches to the LAN source if no other signal is being
input. If the input source does not automatically switch to the LAN
source, press the LAN button.
Related Links
The projector search results are displayed.
d
If the projector you want to connect to is not displayed in the
search results, search for it using one of the following methods.
• Automatic Search: Searches for the projector automatically.
• Manual Search: Searches for the projector based on a specified IP
address or projector name.
• Profile: Searches for the projector based on a previously saved
profile.
e
Select the projector you want to connect to, and then click
Connect.
When Projector Keyword is set to On from the projector, the
keyword entry screen is displayed.
f
Enter the keyword displayed on the LAN standby screen, and then
click OK.
• "Connection Methods" p.18
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wireless)" p.14
• "Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Performing a Profile Search" p.26
Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a
Network System (Wired)
When your projector is set up as indicated below, you can connect the
projector to an existing network system and project the computer's screen
over the network.
• A LAN cable is connected to the projector.
• The projector's connection method is set to Advanced.
Connection Methods
a
a
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Make sure you connect a computer to the network.
Press the LAN button on the remote control.
The LAN standby screen is projected.
EB******
The projector search results are displayed.
b
Start EasyMP Network Projection.
• Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7: Click Start, select
Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector, EasyMP Network
Projection, and then click EasyMP Network Projection
Ver.X.XX.
d
• Automatic Search: Searches for the projector automatically.
• Manual Search: Searches for the projector based on a specified IP
address or projector name.
• Windows 8: Select Search on the Charms, and then select EasyMP
Network Projection Ver.X.XX.
• Mac OS X: Double-click EasyMP Network Projection from the
Applications folder.
c
If the projector you want to connect to is not displayed in the
search results, search for it using one of the following methods.
• Profile: Searches for the projector based on a previously saved
profile.
e
Select Advanced Connection Mode, and then click OK.
Select the projector you want to connect to, and then click
Connect.
When Projector Keyword is set to On from the projector, the
keyword entry screen is displayed.
f
Enter the keyword displayed on the LAN standby screen, and then
click OK.
Connection Methods
When the connection is complete, the computer screen is projected. The
following EasyMP Network Projection toolbar is displayed on the computer
screen.
a
When a connection is established, the input source for the projector
automatically switches to the LAN source if no other signal is being
input. If the input source does not automatically switch to the LAN
source, press the LAN button.
Related Links
• "Connection Methods" p.18
• "Setting Up a Projector to Connect in Advanced Connection Mode
(Wired)" p.15
• "Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Performing a Profile Search" p.26
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Changing the Projector Search Method
You can select a suitable method to search for a projector depending on the
status or location of the projector you want to connect to.
Related Links
•
•
•
•
"Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images" p.17
"Search Methods" p.24
"Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
"Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile" p.26
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• Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile
You can save network projector information as a profile, and then specify
the profile to search for the same projector instead of providing projector
details each time you search. For example, by creating a group of profiles
for each place where a projector is setup and managing them with folders,
the target projector can be found quickly.
Related Links
• "Changing the Projector Search Method" p.24
Searching for Network Projectors Automatically
Search Methods
You can use one of the following methods to search for the projector you
want to connect to. Choose the best method depending on your
environment.
You can automatically search for available projectors on the network, and
then project images by simply selecting the projector.
Click the Automatic search button to start a search. The search takes about
30 seconds.
• Searching for Network Projectors Automatically
You can automatically search for available projectors on the network.
Search results differ depending on the connection mode you use.
• Quick Connection Mode: Displays the SSID for available
projectors.
• Advanced Connection Mode: Displays available projectors on the
network. Searches are only performed on the same subnet.
Projectors on different subnets are not displayed in the search
results.
• Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name
If the projector you want to connect to is not found automatically, you
can search for the target projector by using the SSID, IP address, or a
projector name. By using Advanced Connection Mode, you can search for
projectors at remote locations on a different subnet.
The search results are displayed.
If you cannot find any projectors, try one of the other search methods.
Changing the Projector Search Method
Related Links
• "Changing the Projector Search Method" p.24
• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Performing a Profile Search" p.26
• "Search Methods" p.24
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b
Specify one of the following items, and then click OK.
• Quick Connection Mode: Select the SSID for the projector you
want to connect to from the list.
Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an
SSID, IP Address, or Projector Name
If the projector you want to connect to is not found automatically, you can
search for the target projector by specifying the relevant details. In Quick
Connection Mode, you can search for the projector by using an SSID. In
Advanced Connection Mode, you can search for a projector by using an IP
address or a projector name.
a
XXXXX
• Advanced Connection Mode: Enter the IP address or the projector
name for the projector you want to connect to.
Click Manual search on the following screen.
The search results are displayed.
Related Links
• "Changing the Projector Search Method" p.24
Changing the Projector Search Method
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Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile
You can save network projector information as a profile, and then specify
the profile to search for the same projector instead of specifying the
relevant details each time.
Related Links
•
•
•
•
•
"Changing the Projector Search Method" p.24
"Profile" p.26
"Performing a Profile Search" p.26
"Making a Profile" p.27
"Managing a Profile" p.28
Profile
You can save information for a network projector as a profile. A profile is a
file containing all of the projector's information, such as the projector
name, IP address, and SSID. By using a profile, you can easily search for
saved projectors instead of providing projector details.
Related Links
a
b
If no profiles are created, you cannot select Profile.
Select the projector you want to connect to from the list.
• "Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile" p.26
Performing a Profile Search
You can specify the profile to search for the saved projector instead of
providing projector details each time you search.
a
The search results are displayed.
Related Links
Click Profile on the following screen.
• "Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile" p.26
Changing the Projector Search Method
Making a Profile
After searching for a projector, you can save the projector details as a
profile using a memorable name that you can search for easily later.
a
While the projector is displayed on the following screen, click Save
in the profile.
b
Enter a Profile name, and then click Add.
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c
Perform the following operations as necessary.
• An overwrite confirmation screen is displayed: If you are prompted
to confirm whether or not you want to overwrite, select Save as to
save a profile with a different name.
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• A folder selection screen is displayed: If you have created a folder
for profiles, one of the following screens is displayed. After entering
the Profile name and selecting the Save in destination, click Add.
Windows:
The projector information is saved in the profile.
Related Links
• "Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile" p.26
Managing a Profile
You can change the name and the organization of your profiles.
a
Mac OS X:
Click Set options on the following screen.
Changing the Projector Search Method
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The Set options screen is displayed.
b
Click Edit profile.
The Edit profile screen is displayed.
c
Edit the profiles as necessary.
Changing the Projector Search Method
30
d
Click OK.
Your edits are saved and the Edit profile screen closes.
Related Links
• "Searching for Network Projectors Using a Profile" p.26
A Displays the profiles. You can drag and drop profiles and folders to change
the folder structure.
B Duplicates the profile. The copied profile is saved in the same folder as the
original with the same name.
C Deletes the profile and the folder.
D Displays the Rename dialog box to rename the folder or the profile. You can
enter up to 32 characters in the Rename dialog box.
E Exports the profile. Exported profiles can be used as backup files. You can
then import them on another computer.
F Loads an exported profile.
G Creates a new folder.
H Displays the projectors saved in the profile. To delete a specific projector
from the profile, select the projector and then press the Delete button. When
all projector information has been deleted, the profile is also deleted.
Controlling the Projected Display
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Follow these instructions to use the toolbar to control the screen being
projected.
• Stop: Click the
button on the toolbar.
The projected image stops. A black screen is projected while
stopped.
Related Links
• "Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images" p.17
• "Hiding Computer Operations" p.31
• "Switching the Input Source" p.31
• Pause: Click the
button on the toolbar.
The projected image pauses. The paused image is projected.
• A/V Mute: Click the
Hiding Computer Operations
button on the toolbar that is displayed.
You can hide your computer operations from your audience while giving a
presentation by stopping, pausing, or muting the projection.
a
Make sure the toolbar display is set to Full.
The audio and video turn off. The logo set for the projector is
projected while using A/V Mute, if available.
d
To return to the projected image, perform one of the following
operations.
• Stop or Pause: Click the
b
button on the toolbar, and then click the
button on the toolbar.
• A/V Mute: Click the
If you are connected to multiple projectors, click the
button again.
button
on the toolbar and select the projector you want to control.
Related Links
• "Controlling the Projected Display" p.31
Switching the Input Source
When another signal is being input to the projector while projecting over a
network, you can change the input source from the toolbar.
c
Perform one of the following operations.
a
Make sure the toolbar display is set to Full.
Controlling the Projected Display
b
c
d
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If you are connected to multiple projectors, click the
button
on the toolbar and select the projector you want to control.
Click the
button on the toolbar.
Perform one of the following operations.
• Switch to a computer source: Click the
• Switch to a video source: Click the
Related Links
• "Controlling the Projected Display" p.31
button.
button.
Finishing Projecting Images
You can finish projecting images by using the toolbar.
Click the
button to disconnect.
The computer and the projector are disconnected and the LAN standby
screen is projected. The search and connect screen is displayed in EasyMP
Network Projection software.
Related Links
• "Connecting to the Projector and Projecting Images" p.17
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Using Additional Functions
Follow these instructions to use additional EasyMP Network Projection functions that may be useful during a meeting or presentation.
Related Links
•
•
•
•
•
"Changing
"Projecting
"Projecting
"Projecting
"Projecting
the Computer Projection Source" p.35
Only a PowerPoint Slide Show" p.36
Movies" p.37
Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function" p.40
One Computer Screen from Multiple Projectors" p.49
Changing the Computer Projection Source
You can change the computer from which you are projecting which allows
you to change presenters during meetings, for example.
a
If a connection is made while Disable interrupt connection is set on
the search and connect screen, the connection is not switched to
another computer.
a
Start EasyMP Network projection on the computer you want to
project from.
b
Follow standard procedures to connect the projector and a
computer.
The computer that is currently connected is disconnected, and the projector
connects to the computer that is currently trying to connect.
Related Links
• "Using Additional Functions" p.34
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer Directly Using Wireless
Communication" p.18
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wireless)" p.20
• "Connecting the Projector and a Computer over a Network System
(Wired)" p.21
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Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide Show
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By using Presentation Mode, you can project only the PowerPoint slide
show running on your computer. You can start presentation without
displaying any other distracting computer content. While using Presentation
Mode, a black screen is projected when the PowerPoint slide show is not
playing.
a
To stop Presentation Mode, click the
Related Links
• "Using Additional Functions" p.34
Presentation Mode also works in Keynote with Mac OS X.
a
Make sure the toolbar display is set to Full.
b
If you are connected to multiple projectors, click the
c
d
e
button
on the toolbar and select the projector you want to control.
Click the
button on the toolbar.
Run the PowerPoint slide show on your computer.
The PowerPoint slide show is projected.
button again.
Projecting Movies
37
You can project movies smoothly by using Movie Sending Mode.
Related Links
You can send movie files directly to the projector by using Movie Sending
Mode. This allows smoother play back of movies than by projecting them
from another application on your computer.
• "Using Additional Functions" p.34
• "Supported Movie Files" p.37
• "Using Movie Sending Mode" p.37
You can also select multiple files and play them repeatedly from first to
last.
Supported Movie Files
a
The following movie file types are supported.
a
You cannot project files protected by digital rights management
(DRM).
File Type
Movie Codec
(Extension)
Audio Codec
Recording Quality
.mpg
.mpeg
MPEG-2
MPEG-1 Layer 1/2
You can play MPEG
contents without audio.
Linear PCM and AC-3
are not supported.
Maximum frame
rate: 30 fps
Maximum resolution: 1280 × 720
.mp4
MPEG-4 ASP
H.264/MPEG-4
AVC
MPEG-4
AAC-LC
WMV9
WMA
.wmv
.asf
Using Movie Sending Mode
Related Links
• "Projecting Movies" p.37
• Some projectors may not support Movie Sending Mode.
• You can use Movie Sending Mode to send a movie to a single
projector. You cannot send a movie to multiple projectors at the
same time using Movie Sending Mode.
• The image and sound may skip or stop depending on the
communication method and electromagnetic wave conditions.
a
Make sure the toolbar display is set to Full.
b
Click the
button on the toolber.
The projector selection screen is displayed.
Projecting Movies
c
Select the projector, and then click OK.
d
Click Select File.
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The Movie Sending Mode screen is displayed.
The Movie Sending Mode screen is displayed again. The selected file
is displayed in the Movie file list.
If you click Select file again, the Movie file list currently displayed is
cleared, and then only the files you select later are displayed in the
list.
f
e
Control movie play back using the Movie Sending Mode screen.
Select the movie file you want to play, and then click Open.
A Displays the current point in the movie file. You can drag and drop the
slider to the point where you want to start playing.
Projecting Movies
B
C
D
E
F
G
Plays the file.
Pauses play back.
Stops play back.
Plays the current file from the beginning.
Plays the next file from the beginning.
Plays repeatedly from the first file in the list. You cannot repeat one specific
file when there are multiple files in the list.
g
To exit Movie Sending Mode, click Close.
Related Links
• "Projecting Movies" p.37
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Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
40
By using the multi-screen display function, you can project different images
from up to four projectors that are connected to one computer. This allows
you to project complex data, such as a business report, in an extra-wide
landscape format.
Related Links
• "Using Additional Functions" p.34
• "Multi-Screen Display Examples" p.40
• "Setting Up Multi-Screen Display" p.41
Multi-Screen Display Examples
By using the multi-screen display function, you can project images in the
following display arrangements.
a
• For Windows, you can set virtual display drivers and project each
image from the projector. Virtual display drivers are not available for
Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
• For Mac OS X, you must connect an external monitor to the
computer to use the multi-screen display function.
If you want to project two different images from your computer to two
projectors, you can assign the additional display as shown below.
A Actual monitor image: PowerPoint file
B Additional display image: Excel file
If you want to access two different images or views on your computer but
project only one image to the projector, you can assign the additional
display as shown below.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
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Related Links
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•
•
•
•
"Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function" p.40
"Enabling the Virtual Display Driver (Windows)" p.41
"Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Windows)" p.42
"Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Mac OS X)" p.45
"Projecting Images to the Arranged Multi-Screen Display" p.47
Enabling the Virtual Display Driver (Windows)
Before using the multi-screen display function, you need to enable the
virtual display driver for Windows.
a
a
If you have already enabled the virtual display while installing EasyMP
Network Projection, you do not need to enable it again.
Click Start, select Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector,
EasyMP Network Projection, and then click Add-Remove Virtual
Display.
The Add-Remove Virtual Display screen is displayed.
A Actual monitor image: PowerPoint file presenter tools
B Additional display image: Slide show using a PowerPoint file
Related Links
• "Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function" p.40
Setting Up Multi-Screen Display
Follow these instructions to set up multi-screen display. If you connected an
additional external monitor to your computer, you can skip the steps for
enabling the virtual display driver.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
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Related Links
• "Setting Up Multi-Screen Display" p.41
Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Windows)
You can arrange the position of each display. If you are using a virtual
display, enable the virtual display before arranging the multi-display.
a
b
If you use an external display, connect it to the computer.
Check the following items when connecting over a wireless LAN
and modify the settings as necessary. If the following items are not
set correctly, the multi-screen display function cannot be used.
• The SSID for the computer and each projector must be the same.
(For Quick Connection Mode)
b
Select the virtual display you want to use. When setting multiple
virtual displays, select as many displays as necessary. Any one of
the displays can be selected.
c
Click OK.
The virtual display drivers are enabled and the display may flicker. When
the procedure is complete, the Add-Remove Virtual Display screen closes.
a
If the virtual display driver has been enabled so that the mouse pointer
can be moved outside the limits of the screen, there may be occasions
when you lose track of the location of the pointer. If you are not using
a virtual display, clear the virtual display checkbox on the Add-Remove
Virtual Display screen so that the mouse pointer moves back inside
the screen's display area. To subsequently use multi-screen display
function again, place a check mark next to the required display on the
Add-Remove Virtual Display screen.
• The wireless LAN system for the computer and each projector must
be the same.
c
Click Start, select Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector,
EasyMP Network Projection, and then click EasyMP Network
Projection V2.XX to start EasyMP Network Projection.
d
Select Quick Connection Mode or Advanced Connection Mode,
and then click OK.
a
e
When you connect to multiple projectors to project different
images from each projector, select Advanced Connection
Mode.
Select Use multi-display.
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Display layout and Display properties options are added at the
bottom of the screen.
f
Click Display properties.
The Display Properties screen is displayed.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
g
44
Click the Settings tab.
a
h
Drag the displayed monitor icon and place it where you want the
additional image to appear. In the following example, the actual
monitor (1) is placed on the left, while the additional monitor (3) is
placed on the right.
• When the PC has multiple display output terminals, the
numbers assigned to the virtual terminals are sequential to
those of the physical terminals.
• When an external monitor is connected as a secondary
monitor, the image for that screen cannot be projected.
• Depending on the hardware, the number for the secondary
monitor may not be "2". When placing the monitor icons,
click the icon to check that the display monitor type is not
the secondary monitor.
When the monitor icons have been arranged, displays are connected
as shown in this image.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
45
a
e
i
In Quick Connection Mode, you cannot connect to multiple
projectors and project different images to each projectors.
Select Use multi-display.
Click OK to close the Display Properties screen.
Related Links
• "Setting Up Multi-Screen Display" p.41
Arranging the Multi-Screen Display (Mac OS X)
You can arrange the position of each display.
a
b
Connect an external monitor to the computer.
Check the following items when connecting over a wireless LAN
and modify the settings as necessary. If the following items are not
set correctly, the multi-screen display function cannot be used.
• The SSID for the computer and each projector must be the same.
(For Quick Connection Mode)
• The wireless LAN system for the computer and each projector must
be the same.
c
Double-click EasyMP Network Projection from the Applications
folder to start EasyMP Network Projection.
d
Select Quick Connection Mode or Advanced Connection Mode,
and then click OK.
Display layout and Display preferences options are added at the
bottom of the screen.
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46
The Display setting screen is displayed.
f
Click Display preferences.
g
Click Arrangement.
h
Clear Mirror Displays.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
i
j
47
Drag the displayed monitor icon and place it where you want the
additional image to appear.
c
Select the projector and the number you want to assign from
Display to set which image you want to project from which
projector.
d
Click Connect.
Close the Display setting screen.
Related Links
• "Setting Up Multi-Screen Display" p.41
Projecting Images to the Arranged Multi-Screen Display
After setting up multi-screen display, you can assign the images you want
to project to each screen.
a
b
Open the file you want to project.
Drag the window to the desired display, and assign where the
image is to be projected.
The image assigned to each projector is projected.
Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function
a
e
If you use a virtual display on Windows, you cannot view the
image being sent to a virtual display on the computer. To adjust
the image on the virtual display, check the projected image. To
perform mouse-based operations on the virtual display, move
the mouse pointer in the direction of the virtual display so that
the pointer appears on the virtual display.
To end projection for multi-screen display, click Disconnect on the
toolbar.
Related Links
• "Setting Up Multi-Screen Display" p.41
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Projecting One Computer Screen from Multiple Projectors
You can project one computer screen from up to four projectors
simultaneously.
When you connect to the projectors in Quick Connection Mode, you need
to set the same SSID for all of the projectors you want to connect to.
a
Start EasyMP Network Projection.
• Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7: Click Start, select
Programs (or All Programs), EPSON Projector, EasyMP Network
Projection, and then click EasyMP Network Projection V2.XX.
• Windows 8: Select Search on the Charms, and then select EasyMP
Network Projection Ver.X.XX.
• Mac OS X: Double-click EasyMP Network Projection from the
Applications folder.
b
Select Quick Connection Mode or Advanced Connection Mode,
and then click OK.
c
Select the projectors you want to connect to, and then click
Connect.
The same image is projected from multiple projectors.
Related Links
• "Using Additional Functions" p.34
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Solving Problems
See the following sections to check for solutions to problems you may have using EasyMP Network Projection.
Related Links
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•
•
•
"Solving Network Connection Problems" p.51
"Solving Problems During Projection" p.55
"Error Messages List" p.57
"Event ID List" p.60
Solving Network Connection Problems
51
Try these solutions depending on your network environment.
• Check the projector's network settings.
• Set the Connection Mode setting to Quick.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN > Connection Mode.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems" p.50
• "Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Quick Connection Mode"
p.51
• "Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Advanced Connection
Mode (Wireless)" p.52
• "Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Advanced Connection
Mode (Wired)" p.53
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using Quick
Connection Mode
• Set an SSID that is different from the SSID for the access point.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
SSID.
• Set DHCP to Off.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
DHCP or Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
IP Settings > DHCP.
• Set Wireless LAN Power to On.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
Wireless LAN Power.
When you cannot connect the computer and the projector using Quick
Connection Mode, try the following solutions.
• When you enable the security setting, set the same passphrase to
the computer and the projector.
• Check the status of the external devices used for the network
connection or the setting environment of the projector.
• Connect the specified wireless LAN unit to the projector securely.
• Check for any obstacles between the computer and projector, and
change their position to improve communication. Sometimes the
indoor environment prevents the projector from being found in a
search.
• Set the radio strength for the network devices to the maximum.
• Close network settings on the projector, and then return to the
LAN standby screen.
• Check the computer's network settings.
• If the wireless LAN adapter is not installed on your computer,
install a wireless LAN card on your computer.
• Enable the wireless LAN setting or AirPort on your computer.
• Check the software settings.
• If another user has established a connection and the projected
image remains as it is, you can connect by interrupting the
current connection.
If a Projector Keyword is set for the projector but you do not know
the keyword, restart the projector and check the keyword displayed
on the LAN standby screen.
• If you cannot select or change the connection mode, select
Display Connection Mode Selection window on startup on the
General settings tab from Set options. The select connection
mode screen is displayed after restarting the software.
Solving Network Connection Problems
Related Links
• "Solving Network Connection Problems" p.51
• "Set options - General settings" p.68
• "Changing the Computer Projection Source" p.35
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using
Advanced Connection Mode (Wireless)
When you cannot connect the computer and the projector using Advanced
Connection Mode over a wireless network, try the following solutions.
• Check the status of the external devices used for the network
connection or the projector's setting environment.
• Connect the specified wireless LAN unit to the projector securely.
• Check for any obstacles between the access point and the
computer or projector, and change their position to improve
communication. Sometimes, indoor environments prevent the
projector from being found in a search.
• Set the radio strength for the network devices to the maximum.
• Set the IP address, the subnet mask, and the gateway address for
the access point correctly.
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• Check the projector's network settings.
• Set the Connection Mode setting to Advanced.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN > Connection Mode.
• Set the computer, the access point, and the projector to the same
SSID.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
SSID.
• Set DHCP to Off. When DHCP is set to On, it may take some
time to enter LAN standby status if an available DHCP server is
not found.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
DHCP or Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
IP Settings > DHCP.
• Set the IP address, the subnet mask, and the gateway address for
the projector correctly.
• Set Wireless LAN Power to On.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
Wireless LAN Power.
• Set the wireless LAN system to meet the standards supported by
the access point.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wireless LAN >
Wireless LAN system or Wireless LAN Sys.
• When you enable the security setting, set the same passphrase to
the access point, the computer, and the projector.
• Close network settings on the projector, and then return to the
LAN standby screen.
Solving Network Connection Problems
• Check the computer's network settings.
• If the wireless LAN adapter is not installed on your computer,
install a wireless LAN card on your computer.
• Enable the wireless LAN setting or AirPort on your computer.
• Connect to the access point to which the projector is connected.
• Turn off the firewall. Or register the firewall as an exception. If
you do not want to turn it off or register it as an exception,
make the necessary settings to open the ports. The ports used by
this software are "3620", "3621", and "3629".
• Check the access point settings.
• Set connection permission at the access point to allow projectors
to connect if any functions that block connections, such as MAC
Address restrictions and port restrictions, are set to the access
point.
• Check the software settings.
• Select the network adapter you are using from Switch LAN in Set
options. If the computer has multiple LAN environments, a
connection cannot be established unless the network adapter is
selected correctly.
• If you cannot find the projector you want to connect to using
Automatic search, select Manual search to specify the IP address.
• If another user has established a connection and the projected
image remains as it is, you can connect by interrupting the
current connection.
If a Projector Keyword is set for the projector but you do not know
the keyword, restart the projector and check the keyword displayed
on the LAN standby screen.
• If you cannot select or change the connection mode, select
Display Connection Mode Selection window on startup on the
General settings tab from Set options. The select connection
mode screen is displayed after restarting the software.
Related Links
• "Solving Network Connection Problems" p.51
53
• "Set options - General settings" p.68
• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Changing the Computer Projection Source" p.35
Solutions When You Cannot Connect Using
Advanced Connection Mode (Wired)
When you cannot connect the computer and the projector using Advanced
Connection Mode over a wired network, try the following solutions.
• Check the status of the external devices used for the network
connection or the projector's setting environment.
• Connect the network cable securely.
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• Use a commercially available 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T LAN cable.
• To prevent malfunctions, use a category 5 or higher shielded LAN
cable.
• Check the projector's network settings.
• Set DHCP to Off. When DHCP is set to On, it may take some
time to enter LAN standby status if an available DHCP server is
not found.
Go to Network > Network Configuration > Wired LAN > DHCP
or Network > Network Configuration > Wired LAN > IP Settings
> DHCP.
• Set the IP address, the subnet mask, and the gateway address for
the access point correctly.
• Close network settings on the projector, and return to the LAN
standby screen.
Solving Network Connection Problems
• Check the computer's network settings.
• Enable LAN settings on your computer.
Windows: Check Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device
Manager.
• Turn off the firewall. If you do not want to turn it off, register
the firewall as an exception. Make the necessary settings to open
the ports. The ports used by this software are "3620", "3621", and
"3629".
• Check the access point settings.
• Set connection permission at the access point to allow projectors
to connect if any functions that block connections, such as MAC
Address restrictions and port restrictions, are set to the access
point.
• Check the software settings.
• Select the network adapter you are using from Switch LAN in Set
options. If the computer has multiple LAN environments, a
connection cannot be established unless the network adapter is
selected correctly.
• If you cannot find the projector you want to connect to using
Automatic search, select Manual search to specify the IP address.
• If another user has established a connection and the projected
image remains as it is, you can connect by interrupting the
current connection.
If a Projector Keyword is set for the projector but you do not know
the keyword, restart the projector and check the keyword displayed
on the LAN standby screen.
• If you cannot select or change the connection mode, select
Display Connection Mode Selection window on startup on the
General settings tab from Set options. The select connection
mode screen is displayed after restarting the software.
Related Links
• "Solving Network Connection Problems" p.51
• "Set options - General settings" p.68
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• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Changing the Computer Projection Source" p.35
Solving Problems During Projection
Try these solutions depending on your situation.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems" p.50
• "Solutions When the Computer Screen is Not Displayed Properly"
p.55
• "Solutions When the Screen is Not Projected Properly" p.55
• "Solutions When There is No Audio" p.56
Solutions When the Computer Screen is Not
Displayed Properly
If there are any problems with the computer screen, try the following
solutions.
• If the mouse pointer is not displayed on the computer screen, it may
have been moved onto the virtual display. Clear the virtual display
checkbox on the Add-Remove Virtual Display screen. The mouse
pointer returns to the screen display area.
• When you cannot find some application screen after you start it, it may
be running on the virtual display. Clear the virtual display checkbox on
the Add-Remove Virtual Display screen.
• If you start EasyMP Network Projection while PowerPoint is running, a
slide show might not run. Make sure PowerPoint is closed and then
start EasyMP Network Projection and a slide show.
• If the PowerPoint slide show is not displayed where you want when
using the multi-screen display function, use PowerPoint 2003 or later to
make settings and use two or more virtual displays. Or, limit the
number of displays to one before displaying the PowerPoint Slide Show.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems During Projection" p.55
• "Enabling the Virtual Display Driver (Windows)" p.41
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Solutions When the Screen is Not Projected
Properly
If the screen is not projected or there are problems with the project images
try the following solutions.
• When sending movies, use Advanced Connection Mode or set the
Wireless LAN system to 802.11a to use Quick Connection Mode.
Depending on the electromagnetic wave environment, the image and
sound for movies may stop.
• If you are using an Microsoft Office application, stop moving the mouse
pointer. If you move the mouse pointer continuously, the screen may
not be refreshed quickly.
• If the mouse pointer flickers, try the following solutions.
• Select Make the movement of the mouse pointer smooth on the
General settings tab from Set options.
• Clear Transfer layered window on the Adjust performance tab
from Set options.
• The Media Player movie play back screen may not be projected
depending on the computer.
• The screen saver preview may not be projected properly depending on
the computer.
• If you are connected to multiple projectors, the screen transfer speed
may decrease.
• When WEP encryption is enabled, the screen transfer speed may
decrease.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems During Projection" p.55
• "Set options - General settings" p.68
• "Set options - Adjust performance" p.69
Solving Problems During Projection
Solutions When There is No Audio
If there is no audio coming from the projector, try the following solutions.
• Audio can only be transferred to one projector. When mutliple
projectors are connected to one computer, disconnect other projectors
and try again.
• Select Output audio from the projector on the Audio Output tab from
Set options.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems During Projection" p.55
• "Set options - Audio Output" p.70
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Error Messages List
When an error occurs, an error message is displayed on your computer
screen. Check for your message and follow the instructions here to clear the
error.
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Error Messages
Remedy
Network adapter information could not
be obtained.
Check the following items.
• A network adapter is installed on the computer.
• The driver for the network adapter being used is
installed on the computer.
• The network adapter is enabled.
After checking, restart the computer and then restart
EasyMP Network Projection.
If you still cannot connect, check the network settings
on the computer and the network settings on the projector.
"Solving Problems" p.50
"Error Messages when Starting up EasyMP Network Projection" p.57
"Error Messages when Searching for and Selecting Projectors" p.58
"Error Messages when Projecting" p.58
Error Messages when Starting up EasyMP Network
Projection
Error Messages
Remedy
Cannot start this ap- Close USB Display and then start EasyMP Network
Projection.
plication while USB
Do one of the following to close USB Display:
Display is running.
• Windows: Discconnect the USB cable from the
projector.
• Mac OS X: Select Disconnect from the USB Display
icon menu on the menu bar or Dock, and then
remove the USB cable.
Cannot start this application while Quick
Wireless Connection
is running.
Close Quick Wireless Connection and then start EasyMP
Network Projection.
To close Quick Wireless Connection, perform External
Device Removal from the icon on the task bar to
remove the Quick Wireless Connection USB Key from
the computer.
EasyMP Network
Projection initialization failed.
Restart EasyMP Network Projection. If the message is
still displayed, uninstall and then reinstall EasyMP Network Projection.
Cannot be used with Reinstall EasyMP Network Projection.
the current OS version. Reinstall
EasyMP Network
Projection.
Related Links
• "Error Messages List" p.57
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows XP/Windows Vista/
Windows 7)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows 8)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.79
• "Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Windows)" p.11
• "Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.11
Error Messages List
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Error Messages when Searching for and Selecting
Projectors
Error Messages
Remedy
Cannot connect to the projector using this version of
EasyMP Network Connection. Install the latest version of EasyMP Network
Projection.
Install the current version of EasyMP Network
Projection from the EPSON Projector Software
CD-ROM supplied with the projector.
You can download the latest version of EasyMP
Network Projection from the Epson Web site.
Connection to the projector Try connecting again. If you still cannot connect to
failed.
the projector, check the network settings on the
computer and the network settings for the projector.
Check the Projector Keyword displayed on the
The keyword does not
LAN standby screen, and enter the Projector Keymatch. Re-enter the keyword displayed on the pro- word.
jector screen.
Connection failed due to
keyword mismatch.
Enter the keyword displayed on the projector
screen.
Error Messages
Remedy
One or more projectors are Check the network settings on the computer and
not responding.
the network settings on the projector.
Turn on your computer's wireless LAN, and then
The wireless LAN is off.
Turn on the wireless LAN, try searching for the projector again.
and then try searching
again.
Related Links
• "Error Messages List" p.57
• "Supported Resolutions" p.80
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows XP/Windows Vista/
Windows 7)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows 8)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.79
• "Getting the Latest Version of the Application" p.78
• "Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Windows)" p.11
• "Installing EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.11
Error Messages when Projecting
The selected projector is
busy. Do you want to continue the connection process?
If you click Yes, a connection to the projector is
established. The projector is disconnected from the
other computer.
If you click No, a connection to the projector is
not established. The connection between the projector and the other computer is maintained.
One or more connected
projectors do not support
resolutions greater than
SXGA. Reduce the screen
resolution and reconnect.
There is an uncompatible projector in the connection destination. Change the computer screen
resolution to SXGA (1280 × 1024) or less.
Error Messages
Remedy
XXXXXX was disconnected.
Try connecting again. If you still cannot
connect to the projector, check the network settings on the computer and the
network settings for the projector.
To output audio from the projector, Restart PowerPoint or Windows Media
Player. Audio is then output from the
restart applications such as Powerprojector.
Point or Windows Media Player.
Error Messages List
Error Messages
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Remedy
You need to restart your computer to To transfer audio to the projector and
enable Audio Output. Select Yes to play back, select Yes and restart the
computer.
restart now or select No to restart
later.
Related Links
• "Error Messages List" p.57
Event ID List
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When a connection error occurs, a number indicating the type of error is
displayed as follows.
Event
ID
Cause
Remedy
Event ID: 04xx
0898
Failed to acquire DHCP.
Check the DHCP server to see if
it is operating correctly and check
the LAN cable to see if it is connected correctly. If you are not
using DHCP, turn off the DHCP
setting.
0899
Other communication errors
If restarting the projector or
EasyMP Network Projection does
not solve the problem, contact
Epson as described in your projector User's Guide.
089A
The EAP authentication type is
not the same.
089B
EAP server authentication failed.
Check that the wireless LAN security settings are correct. Also,
check if the certificate is installed
correctly.
089C
EAP client authentication failed.
089D
Key exchange failed.
0B01
The built-in storage could not be Perform Delete All Internal Data.
detected correctly.
When the internal storage is deleted correctly, plugin the power
cord for the projector and turn it
on. If it is not deleted correctly,
contact Epson as described in
your projector User's Guide.
Go to Extended > Whiteboard
Settings > Internal Storage.
0BFF
An error has occurred in the
Whiteboard function.
Check the numbers and then apply the following countermeasures. If you
cannot resolve the problem, contact your network administrator, or contact
Epson as described in your projector User's Guide.
Event
ID
Cause
0432
Failed to startup EasyMP Network Restart the projector.
Projection.
0435
0434
0481
Remedy
Network communication is unsta- Check the network communicable.
tion status, and reconnect after
waiting for a while.
0482
0433
Cannot play transferred images.
Restart EasyMP Network Projection.
0484
Communication was disconnected
from the computer.
04FE
EasyMP Network Projection
ended unexpectedly.
Check the status of network communications. Restart the projector.
04FF
A system error occurred in the
projector.
Restart the projector.
0891
Cannot find an access point with Set the computer, the access point,
the same SSID.
and the projector to the same
SSID.
0892
The WPA/WPA2 authentication
type does not match.
0893
The WEP/TKIP/AES encryption
type does not match.
0894
Communication was disconnected Contact your network administrabecause the projector connected to tor for more information.
an unauthorized access point.
Check that the wireless LAN security settings are correct.
Related Links
• "Solving Problems" p.50
Restart the projector.
Screen Summary
See these sections for more information about the EasyMP Network Projection screens.
Related Links
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"Select Connection Mode Screen" p.62
"Search and Connect Screen" p.63
"Profiles" p.66
"Set options" p.68
"Toolbar" p.72
"Movie Sending Mode" p.75
"Add-Remove Virtual Display" p.76
Select Connection Mode Screen
When you start EasyMP Network Projection, the select connection mode
screen is displayed.
A
Select the connection mode.
B
Select to always connect using the selected connection mode.
Related Links
• "Screen Summary" p.61
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Search and Connect Screen
When you start EasyMP Network Projection and select a connection mode,
one of the following screens is displayed depending on the connection
mode you selected.
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• When selecting Advanced Connection Mode
• When selecting Quick Connection Mode
A
Automatic search
B
Manual search
C Status
In Quick Connection Mode, searches for the projectors based on the SSID.
In Advanced Conncection Mode, searches for the
available projectors on the network system to which
the computer is connected.
In Quick Connection Mode, searches for the projector by using the SSID.
In Advanced Connection Mode, searches for the
projector by using an IP address or a projector
name.
Indicates the status for detected projectors as shown
below.
Search and Connect Screen
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Available.
F Disable interrupt
connection
Select to prevent an interrupt connection by other
computers while connected to the selected projector.
Available. When you click Connect, the computer currently connected is disconnected and your
computer is connected.
G Use multi-display
Select when using the multi-screen display function.
When this is selected, Display layout and Display
properties (Display preferences) are displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
H Troubleshooting
Displays the EasyMP Network Projection Troubleshooting screen.
I Connect
Connects to the projector you selected from the
search results list. When a connection is made with
a projector, a toolbar is displayed.
J Set options
Displays the Set options screen to make option
settings such as the processing method when
EasyMP Network Projection starts.
K Save in the profile
Saves the results of a network projector search as a
profile.
L Clear list
Deletes all search results.
M SSID (Quick Connection Mode only)
Displays the projector's SSID.
N Signal intensity
(Quick Connection
Mode only)
Displays the signal intensity when a connection is
made in Quick Connection Mode. As the Signal
intensity increases, so does the number of lit indicators.
O
Searches for a projector on the network using a
profile saved using Save in the profile.
Standby
Busy
Busy (Disable
interrupt connection)
Cannot be selected. Disable interrupt connection is set on another
computer that is already connected.
The projector's Configuration
menu is open. You can select it
after closing the Configuration
Currently in
menu and running the search
use by another again.
application
Displayed while running Manual
search or searching with a profile.
Searching
Displayed when a projector cannot be found as a result of Manual search or search with a profile.
Not found.
Not acquired
Available. Displayed when a projector with security settings enabled is found in Quick Connection Mode.
D Projector name
Displays the projector's name.
E Update list (Quick
Connection Mode
only)
Updates Status and Signal intensity.
Profile
P IP address (Advanced Connection
Mode only)
Displays the projector's IP address.
Q Display
Select the display number (when Use multi-display
is selected).
Search and Connect Screen
Related Links
• "Screen Summary" p.61
• "Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
• "Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
• "Making a Profile" p.27
• "Performing a Profile Search" p.26
• "Projecting Images Using the Multi-Screen Display Function" p.40
• "Set options" p.68
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Profiles
See these sections for more information about the screens for saving and
managing profiles.
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• If you have created a folder for profiles.
Related Links
• "Screen Summary" p.61
• "Save in the profile" p.66
• "Edit profile" p.66
Save in the profile
When you search for projectors and click Save in the profile on the search
and connect screen, one of the following screens is displayed.
• If no folder has been created.
A Profile name
Enter the profile name.
B Save in
Select the folder where you want to save the profile.
C Add
Registers the projector information in the profile.
Related Links
• "Profiles" p.66
• "Making a Profile" p.27
Edit profile
When you click Edit profile on the Set options screen, the Edit profile
screen is displayed.
Profiles
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SSID or IP
address
Delete
Deletes the selected projector from the profile. When all
projector information is deleted, the profile is also deleted.
Related Links
• "Profiles" p.66
• "Making a Profile" p.27
A Profile
Displays the profile. You can drag and drop profiles and
folders to change the folder structure.
B Copy
Duplicates the profile. The copied profile is saved in the
same folder as the original with the same name.
C Delete
Deletes the profile and the folder.
D Rename
Displays the Rename dialog box to rename the folder or
the profile. You can enter up to 32 characters in the
Rename dialog box.
E Export
Exports the profile. Exported profiles can be used as
backup files. You can import them on another computer.
F Import
Loads an exported profile.
G Create folder
Creates a new folder.
H Projector
name
Displays the projector information saved in the profile.
Set options
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When you click Set options on the EasyMP Network Projection search and
connect screen, the Set options screen is displayed. You can make option
settings such as the processing method when EasyMP Network Projection
starts.
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You can also access Set options by clicking the
button on the
toolbar. When you access Set options from the toolbar, the General
settings tab is not displayed.
Related Links
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"Screen Summary" p.61
"Set options - General settings" p.68
"Set options - Adjust performance" p.69
"Set options - Audio Output" p.70
Set options - General settings
When you click the General settings tab on the Set options screen, the
following screen is displayed.
Use full-screen video
transfer
Windows XP only
Plays back a movie file at full screen. If the projector
does not support movie sending, this function cannot be set.
Encrypt communications
Select to encrypt and transmit data. Even if data is
intercepted, it cannot be decrypted.
When using Quick Connection Mode, make sure
you always select this checkbox.
Set whether or not the Select Connection Mode
Display Connection
Mode Selection window screen is displayed when EasyMP Network Projection starts.
on startup
Clear this checkbox once you have settled on a
regular startup method.
Set options
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Make the movement of
the mouse pointer
smooth
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 only
Select to prevent the mouse pointer from flickering
when Transfer layered window is selected in Adjust
performance. (If Windows Aero is selected as the
theme for Windows Vista and Windows 7, this
setting turns off Windows Aero.)
Use Interactive Pen
Select to use the interactive function over a network
(supported models only). You do not need to connect a computer to the projector with a USB cable.
You can only use one Easy Interactive Pen at a
time.
Search method on start- Select from the following projector search methods
up
executed when EasyMP Network Projection is started.
• Automatic search on startup
• Specify search method after startup
• Search with the last network configuration
Wireless LAN passphrase setting files
Not available for Windows XP.
In Quick Connection Mode, SSIDs and passphrases
are stored on the computer when connecting to a
projector with security settings enabled. You can edit
and delete the stored information.
Edit: Displays the wireless network management
screen for the computer.
Delete all: Deletes all the SSIDs and passphrases
stored on the computer.
Edit profile
The Edit profile screen is displayed.
Switch LAN
Windows only
You can use this if you need to switch the network
adapter to be used for a search when a computer
has multiple adapters.
By default, all of the network adapters are used to
perform a search.
Restore Defaults
You can reset all adjustment values for Set options
to their default settings. However, you can retain
settings for Edit profile and Switch LAN in General
settings.
Related Links
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"Set options" p.68
"Select Connection Mode Screen" p.62
"Edit profile" p.66
"Searching for Network Projectors Automatically" p.24
"Searching for Network Projectors by Specifying an SSID, IP Address, or
Projector Name" p.25
Set options - Adjust performance
When you click the Adjust performance tab on the Set options screen, the
following screen is displayed.
Set options
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Transfer layered window Windows XP only
When using a layered window, contents such as
messages displayed on the computer are not projected by the projector. Select this to project contents such as messages that use the layered window.
If the mouse pointer flickers on the screen, select
Make the movement of the mouse pointer smooth
in General settings.
Disable Windows Aero
and improve the tracking of the interactive
pen
Only available when Windows Aero is selected as
the theme in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Select to improve the tracking delay for the interactive pen. Windows Aero is disabled and interactive
pen operations become smoother.
Restore Defaults
You can reset all adjustment values for Set options
to their default settings. However, you can retain
settings for Edit profile and Switch LAN in General
settings.
Related Links
Performance adjustment
slider
You can set the performance to Fast, Normal, and
Fine.
Set to Fast when movie projections are interrupted.
Lower the resolution
and transfer
Only available for projectors with a resolution of
WUXGA (1920×1200).
Select to reduce the size of the data to be transferred
to the projector by lowering the resolution. Use this
option on a slow network or when it takes too long
to display the image or projection is interrupted.
• "Set options" p.68
Set options - Audio Output
When you click the Audio Output tab on the Set options screen, the
following screen is displayed.
Set options
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Related Links
• "Set options" p.68
Output audio from the
projector
Select to output the computer's audio from the
projector. Clear to output audio from the computer.
However, when playing movies with audio in Movie
Sending Mode, audio is always output from the
projector regardless of this setting.
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Restore Defaults
Audio can only be transferred to
one projector. Audio cannot be
transferred when connected to multiple projectors.
You can reset all adjustment values for Set options
to their default settings. However, you can retain
settings for Edit profile and Switch LAN in General
settings.
Toolbar
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After EasyMP Network Projection starts and a connection is made with the
projector, the toolbar is displayed on the computer screen. You can use this
toolbar to operate and make settings for the projector, and to disconnect
the network connection.
Screen Preview
Set options
Displays the multi-screen preview screen.
Click to display a preview with the settings you have made.
Click each display to enlarge each Screen Preview to fullscreen.
Displays the Set options screen.
Click to adjust the transmission performance during the
transfer of computer images.
Starts Movie Sending Mode. (Supported models only)
Displays the Select target projector screen.
Click to limit the projectors operated from the toolbar when
Select target pro- projecting from multiple projectors using the distribution
function or multi-screen display function.
jector
The text below the icon indicates the projectors that can be
controlled. ALL indicates that all of the connected projectors
can be controlled. For example, when "1, 3" is displayed,
projectors No. 1 and No. 3 can be controlled.
Stops projection while connected to the projector. A black
screen is projected while stopped.
Stop
Movie Sending
Mode
Disconnects the connection to the projector.
Disconnect
Signal intensity
(Quick Connection Mode only)
Releases Stop or Pause.
Show
Pauses projected images while connecting to the projector.
Pause
Switch toolbar
display
Displays the signal intensity when a connection is made in
Quick Connection Mode. As the Signal intensity increases, so
does the number of lit indicators.
Switches the toolbar display between Full, Normal, and
Simple. The toolbar display remains as is until switched
again.
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Switches Presentation Mode between enabled/disabled.
Presentation
Mode
Displays the Projector control toolbar.
Click to turn the video and audio on or off, or switch the
Projector control input source.
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"Select target projector" p.73
"Projector control" p.73
"Hiding Computer Operations" p.31
"Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide Show" p.36
"Finishing Projecting Images" p.33
"Set options" p.68
"Projecting Movies" p.37
Toolbar
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During the Presentation Mode.
Select target projector
When you click the
During the Movie Sending Mode.
button on the toolbar, the following screen is
displayed.
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"Search and Connect Screen" p.63
"Hiding Computer Operations" p.31
"Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide Show" p.36
"Projecting Movies" p.37
Projector control
A –
Select the projector you want to control.
When you click the
B No.
Indicates the number assigned to the projector. This
number appears under the icon to indicate the number of
the projector that you can control from the toolbar.
displayed.
C Projector
name
Displays the projector's name.
D Display
Displays the display number you selected on the EasyMP
Network Projection search and connect screen.
E –
Indicates the following status of the projector.
Hides and mutes the video and audio.
A/V Mute
Projection has stopped.
Currently projecting.
Projection has been paused.
button on the toolbar, the following toolbar is
Changes to images from the input port to which the computer or USB device are connected.
Switch PC
source
Toolbar
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Changes to images from the video input port.
Switch video
source
Related Links
• "Toolbar" p.72
• "Hiding Computer Operations" p.31
• "Switching the Input Source" p.31
Movie Sending Mode
When you click the
button on the toolbar and select a projector, the
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following screen is displayed.
Plays repeatedly from the first file in the list. You cannot
repeat one specific file if there are multiple files in the
list.
Related Links
• "Screen Summary" p.61
• "Projecting Movies" p.37
A Movie file list Displays a list of selected movie files.
B —
Displays the current point in the movie file. You can drag
and drop the slider to the point where you want to start
playing.
C
Plays the file.
D
Pauses play back.
E
Stops play back.
F
Plays the current file from the beginning.
G
Plays the next file from the beginning.
Add-Remove Virtual Display
During installation and startup of EasyMP Network Projection on
Windows, the Add-Remove Virtual Display screen is displayed.
A Virtual Display 1 to 4
Select the virtual display you want to use for the multiscreen display function. You can select up to four monitors.
Related Links
• "Screen Summary" p.61
• "Enabling the Virtual Display Driver (Windows)" p.41
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Appendix
See these sections to learn more about EasyMP Network Projection software.
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"Supported Resolutions and Colors" p.80
"Limitations" p.81
"Notices" p.83
Updating and Uninstalling the Software
Follow these instructions to update or uninstall EasyMP Network
Projection.
Related Links
• "Appendix" p.77
• "Getting the Latest Version of the Application" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows XP/Windows Vista/
Windows 7)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows 8)" p.78
• "Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS X)" p.79
Getting the Latest Version of the Application
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b
c
d
Click
Start, and then click Control Panel.
Do one of the following.
• Windows XP: Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
• Windows Vista and Windows 7: Click Uninstall a program from
the Programs category.
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Select EasyMP Network Projection, and then do one of the
following.
• Windows XP: Click Change/Remove.
You can download the latest version of EasyMP Network Projection from
the EPSON Web site.
Visit http://www.epson.com/ and select your location.
Make sure all running applications are closed.
• Windows Vista and Windows 7: Click Uninstall/Change.
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• "Updating and Uninstalling the Software" p.78
Related Links
Follow the on-screen instructions.
• "Updating and Uninstalling the Software" p.78
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows
XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7)
For Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7, follow the instructions
below to uninstall EasyMP Network Projection.
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a
You need administrator authority to uninstall EasyMP Network
Projection.
Turn on your computer.
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Windows
8)
For Windows 8, follow the instructions below to uninstall EasyMP Network
Projection.
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You need administrator authority to uninstall EasyMP Network
Projection.
Turn on your computer.
Updating and Uninstalling the Software
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Make sure all running applications are closed.
Select Search on the Charms, and then right-click (press and hold)
EasyMP Network Projection Ver.X.XX.
Select Uninstall from the app bar.
Select EasyMP Network Projection, and then select Uninstall.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Related Links
• "Updating and Uninstalling the Software" p.78
Uninstalling EasyMP Network Projection (Mac OS
X)
For Mac OS X, follow the instructions below to uninstall EasyMP Network
Projection.
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b
c
d
Turn on your computer.
e
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Make sure all running applications are closed.
Open the Applications folder.
Open the EasyMP Network Projection - Tools folder, and then
double-click EasyMP Network Projection Uninstaller.app.
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• "Updating and Uninstalling the Software" p.78
Supported Resolutions and Colors
Check these sections for the computer screen resolutions and the number of
colors that EasyMP Network Projection can project.
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Related Links
• "Supported Resolutions and Colors" p.80
Related Links
• "Appendix" p.77
• "Supported Resolutions" p.80
• "Display Color" p.80
Supported Resolutions
The following computer screen resolutions can be projected with EasyMP
Network Projection. You cannot connect to a computer with a resolution
greater than WUXGA.
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VGA (640×480)
SVGA (800×600)*
XGA (1024×768)*
SXGA (1280×960)
SXGA (1280×1024)
SXGA+ (1400×1050)*
WXGA (1280×768)*
WXGA (1280×800)*
WXGA+ (1440×900)*
UXGA (1600×1200)
WUXGA (1920×1200)
Supported resolutions when the multi-screen display function is on.
When using a computer screen with a unique aspect ratio, the resolution is
increased or decreased depending on the resolution of the computer and
the projector so as not to impair image quality.
Depending on the resolution, at times the vertical or horizontal margins
may be projected in black.
Display Color
The following number of computer screen colors can be projected with
EasyMP Network Projection.
Windows
Mac OS X
16-bit color
About 32,000 colors (16-bit)
32-bit color
About 16.7 million colors (32-bit)
The operational guarantee for multi-screen display is 16-bit and 32-bit
color.
Related Links
• "Supported Resolutions and Colors" p.80
Limitations
Check these sections for restrictions applied when projecting computer
images while running EasyMP Network Projection.
Related Links
• "Appendix" p.77
• "Connection Limitations" p.81
• "Limitations when Projecting from Windows Photo Gallery or Windows
Live Photo Gallery" p.81
• "Limitations in Windows Aero" p.81
• "Limitations when Projecting from Windows Media Center" p.82
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• Slideshow is played back in simple mode when projecting from
Windows Photo Gallery or Windows Live Photo Gallery.
Because the toolbar is not displayed, you cannot change the Theme
(effects) while playing a slide show, regardless of the Windows Experience
Index rating.
Once simple mode has started, you cannot change modes while Windows
Photo Gallery or Windows Live Photo Gallery is running even if you
close EasyMP Network Projection. Restart Windows Photo Gallery or
Windows Live Photo Gallery.
• You cannot play movies.
Related Links
Connection Limitations
• "Limitations" p.81
Note the following limitations when using EasyMP Network Projection.
• If the transmission speed of the wireless LAN is low, the network might
be cut off unexpectedly.
• Applications that use part of DirectX functions may not be displayed
correctly (Windows only).
• You cannot project full screen MS-DOS prompts (Windows only).
• There are times when the image on the computer screen and the image
projected by the projector may not match exactly.
• Movies are not played as smoothly as they are on a computer.
Related Links
• "Limitations" p.81
Limitations when Projecting from Windows Photo
Gallery or Windows Live Photo Gallery
Note the following limitations when launching Windows Photo Gallery or
Windows Live Photo Gallery when EasyMP Network Projection is running.
Limitations in Windows Aero
Note the following limitations when the window design for your computer
is Windows Aero.
• The layered window is projected regardless of the Transfer layered
window setting from Set options in EasyMP Network Projection.
For example, when Transfer layered window for the EasyMP Network
Projection toolbar is disabled, it is not projected even if it is displayed on
the computer screen. However, the toolbar is projected.
Limitations
• A few minutes after you connect a computer to the projector over a
network with EasyMP Network Projection, the following message may
be displayed.
It is recommended that you select Keep the current color scheme, and
don't show this message again. This selection is enabled until the
computer is restarted.
Related Links
• "Limitations" p.81
Limitations when Projecting from Windows Media
Center
You cannot project images in full screen display using Windows Media
Center. Switch to the window display mode to project the images.
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• "Limitations" p.81
Notices
Check these sections for important notices about your projector.
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"Copyright Notice" p.83
"About Notations" p.83
"General Notice" p.83
Copyright Notice
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prior written permission of Seiko Epson Corporation. No patent liability is
assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein.
Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the
information contained herein.
Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the
purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or
expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident,
misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or
alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply
with Seiko Epson Corporation's operating and maintenance instructions.
Seiko Epson Corporation shall not be liable against any damages or
problems arising from the use of any options or any consumable products
other than those designated as Original Epson Products or Epson Approved
Products by Seiko Epson Corporation.
The contents of this guide may be changed or updated without further
notice.
Illustrations in this guide and the actual projector may differ.
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• "Notices" p.83
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About Notations
• Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system
• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition operating system
• Microsoft Windows Vista operating system
• Microsoft Windows 7 operating system
• Microsoft Windows 8 operating system
In this guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Windows XP,"
"Windows Vista," "Windows 7," and "Windows 8." Furthermore, the
collective term Windows may be used to refer to Windows XP, Windows
Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8, and multiple versions of Windows may
be referred to as, for example, Windows XP/Vista, with the Windows
notation omitted.
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• Mac OS X 10.4.x
• Mac OS X 10.5.x
• Mac OS X 10.6.x
• Mac OS X 10.7.x
• Mac OS X 10.8.x
In this guide, the operating systems above are referred to as "Mac OS X
10.4.x," "Mac OS X 10.5.x," "Mac OS X 10.6.x," "Mac OS X 10.7.x," and
"Mac OS X 10.8.x." Furthermore, the collective term "Mac OS X" is used to
refer to them all.
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• "Notices" p.83
General Notice
IBM, DOS/V, and XGA are trademarks or registered trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation.
Macintosh, Mac, Mac OS, and iMac are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Notices
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Vista, PowerPoint, and
Windows logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Other product names used herein are also for identification purposes only
and may be trademarks of their respective owners. Epson disclaims any and
all rights in those marks.
Software Copyright: This product uses free software as well as software to
which this company holds the rights.
© SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 2012. All rights reserved.
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• "Notices" p.83
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