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Operation Guide
Multimedia Projector
PowerLite 1725/1735W
Contents
EasyMP Summary ......................................................................................4
Notes When Using a Wireless LAN...........................................................5
Conditions for Connecting to Compatible Wireless LAN Cards and
Access Points....................................................................................................... 5
Supplied Wireless LAN Unit Specifications.......................................................... 5
Electromagnetic Safety Precautions .................................................................... 5
Frequency Use Precautions................................................................................. 5
International Travel Precautions .......................................................................... 6
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations .................................................................. 6
Notes on Security when Using Wireless LANs .................................................... 6
Connecting with Quick Wireless Connection ..........................................7
Preparing the USB key
(only when the supplied "Wireless LAN unit" is installed) .................................... 7
Projecting with the USB key................................................................................. 8
Optional Settings.................................................................................................. 9
Installing the Software .............................................................................10
Software Supplied .............................................................................................. 10
Installing ............................................................................................................. 10
Connecting with EMP NS Connection
Overview of EMP NS Connection............................................................13
Two Connection Modes and their Main Functions ............................................. 13
Steps for connecting .......................................................................................... 15
Preparing to Connect ...............................................................................16
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Using Multi-Screen Display..................................................................... 28
Example of Adjusting the Virtual Display ........................................................... 28
Procedure before using the Multi-screen Display Function ............................... 29
Setting the Virtual Display.................................................................................. 29
Allocating the image to be projected.................................................................. 35
The allocated image is projected ....................................................................... 36
Connecting to a Projector on a Different Sub-net
Connecting to a Projector on a Different Sub-net................................. 39
Searching by Specifying the IP Address and Projector Name
(For "Advanced Connection Mode" only).............................................. 40
Performing a search with a profile ......................................................... 41
Making a Profile ................................................................................................. 41
Searching by Specifying a Profile ...................................................................... 43
Managing a Profile............................................................................................. 44
Setting the EMP NS Connection Operation
Using Set Options .................................................................................... 47
General settings Tab ......................................................................................... 47
Adjust Performance Tab .................................................................................... 48
Using a Computer to Set Up, Monitor and Control
Projectors
Preparing the Computer..................................................................................... 16
Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting ......................17
Operating the Projector ...................................................................................... 17
Operating the Computer..................................................................................... 17
Using the Connection Screen ............................................................................ 18
Using the Toolbar............................................................................................... 20
When The Target Projector is Not Found .......................................................... 22
Disconnecting...........................................................................................23
Disconnecting from the Computer...................................................................... 23
Disconnecting from the Projector ....................................................................... 23
Convenient EMP NS Connection Functions
Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide show (Presentation Mode)..........25
Projecting Movies from a Computer (Movie Sending Mode)................26
Supported File Types ......................................................................................... 26
Playing back a movie ......................................................................................... 26
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)..................... 50
Displaying Web Control ..................................................................................... 50
Projector Setup .................................................................................................. 50
Using the Mail Notification Function to Report Problems ................... 51
Management Using SNMP....................................................................... 52
Presentations Using PC Free
Files that can be Projected Using PC Free, and Saving....................... 54
Specifications for Files that can be Projected Using PC Free ........................... 54
PC Free Examples............................................................................................. 55
PC Free Basic Operations ....................................................................... 56
Starting and Closing PC Free ............................................................................ 56
PC Free Basic Operations ................................................................................. 58
Rotating the Image ............................................................................................ 59
Contents
Projecting Scenarios................................................................................60
Creating and Editing a Scenario ........................................................................ 60
Playing a Scenario ............................................................................................. 61
Operating During a Presentation........................................................................ 61
Projecting image and movie files............................................................62
Projecting Images/Movies ................................................................................. 62
Projecting all Image and Movie Files in a Folder in Sequence (Slide show)...... 63
Setting Image and Movie File Display Conditions and
Operation Mode ........................................................................................64
Preparing a Scenario
(Using EMP SlideMaker2)
Scenario Summary ...................................................................................66
Files that Can be Included in Scenarios.................................................67
Turning a PowerPoint File into a Scenario ............................................68
Converting all files in a single operation without starting up
SlideMaker2...............................................................................................69
Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files ......................................71
Setting Scenario Properties ............................................................................... 71
Including PowerPoint Files in Scenarios ............................................................ 73
Including Image and Movie Files in Scenarios................................................... 77
Editing a Scenario .............................................................................................. 78
Sending Scenarios ...................................................................................79
Cases Like These .....................................................................................81
Checking the Projection Scenario Status from a Computer............................... 81
Setting Animations ............................................................................................. 82
Setting the Slide Animation ................................................................................ 82
Appendix
Connection Limitations............................................................................85
Supported Resolutions....................................................................................... 85
Display Color...................................................................................................... 85
Connection Number ........................................................................................... 85
Others ................................................................................................................ 85
When Using Windows Vista ............................................................................... 86
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................87
Software Requirements ...........................................................................97
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EasyMP Summary
The following functions in EasyMP (Epson Administrative System for
Meeting and Presentation) can lend you huge support in creating
varied and effective meetings and presentations.
Various screen transfers by network connection (EMP NS connection)
You can hold efficient meetings and presentations by connecting the
projector to a network.
Internet
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f Various screen transfer functions
• Distribution function s p.14
• Switching function s p.14
• Multi-screen display s p.28
• Movie sending mode s p.26
• Presentation mode s p.25
f Monitor, configure, and control the projector from a remote location
The following convenient functions collectively manage projectors in
various conference rooms.
• Monitor and detect problems from SNMP Manager on the network
s p.52
• Receive an e-mail notification if a problem occurs s p.51
• Set and control the projector by using a standard computer Web browser
s p.50
Project images from your computer using "Network projector" in Windows Vista
File
server
With Windows Vista, you can use the standard feature "Network projector" to
connect the projector to a computer via a network and then project. This lets you
make presentations via a network by simply using a standard OS function
without installing any software. See your projector User’s Guide for more
information.
Projecting directly from saved files on a USB device (PC Free)
f Advance preparation is unnecessary
Because you can project materials stored on a shared file server or on your
desktop from the conference room, you do not need to make copies of
data in advance.
f Smooth progress
If the projector is connected to a network, you can share the projector
from computers on the network. When projecting data from different
computers during a meeting or presentation, you can progress smoothly
without changing the signal cable between each computer.
Even a large distance between the projector and the computer does not
cause any problems.
You can give presentations by using USB compatible digital cameras or hard
disks. By connecting a USB memory to the projector, JPEG images, movies, and
scenarios stored on USB devices can be projected directly. s p.53
Connect a USB cable to your computer and project images from the computer's screen (USB Display)
By using the supplied USB cable to connect to a Windows computer, you can
project images from the computer. See your projector User’s Guide for more
information.
Using the USB key to project computer images (Quick Wireless Connection)
Using the supplied USB key for Quick Wireless Connection, you can
quickly connect one computer to one projector for immediate projection in
meetings, and so on. s p.7
Notes When Using a Wireless LAN
Conditions for Connecting to Compatible Wireless
LAN Cards and Access Points
The supplied wireless LAN unit can be connected to the following
products in accordance with IEEE 802.11g, 802.11b, and 802.11a.
• Wireless LAN card
• Computers with a built-in wireless LAN function
• Access points
However, you are unlikely to be able to make an ad hoc connection for
wireless LAN equipment used with a computer in IEEE 802.11g. For
details on wireless LAN equipment see the specifications.
Supplied Wireless LAN Unit Specifications
Frequency
Range
IEEE 802.11b/g: 2.4 GHz band (1 to 11 Ch),
IEEE 802.11a: 5.2 GHz band (W52), 5.3 GHz band (W53)*
Modulation
IEEE 802.11b : DS-SS
IEEE 802.11a/g: OFDM
Potential
Interference
Range
Less than 20 m
Propriety of
Frequency
Change
Can use all bands, and can avoid "licensed" and "unlicensed"
bands.
* You can only connect to the 5.3 GHz band (W53) using Advanced Connection.
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Electromagnetic Safety Precautions
Be aware of the following points when using the supplied wireless LAN
unit.
• May exert electromagnetic interference on, and cause malfunction of,
cardiac pacemakers. Before use, ensure that electromagnetic interference
does not occur.
• May exert electromagnetic interference on, and cause malfunction of,
sensitive medical equipment. Before use, ensure that electromagnetic
interference does not occur.
• Do not use near microwave ovens. Wireless communication may be
interrupted by electromagnetic interference generated by microwave
ovens.
• Use of this product on aircraft may be restricted in some countries. Use
of this product is based on due diligence with regard to regulations.
Frequency Use Precautions
The frequency band for the wireless LAN unit that is included with the
projector is 2.4 GHz/5 GHz. This band is used for industrial, scientific,
and medical devices such as microwave ovens, and it is also used by
premises radio stations for mobile unit identification (RF-ID) systems in
the factory line (license required) and specified low-power radio stations
(no license required).
Before using the wireless LAN, check that there are no radio stations for
mobile unit identification or specified low-power radio station premises
nearby. In the event that this wireless LAN should interfere
electromagnetically with the premises of a radio station used for mobile
unit recognition, cease use immediately and stop generating the
electromagnetic field.
Contact Epson as described in your User’s Guide if this wireless LAN
interferes electromagnetically with a special low-power radio station used
for mobile unit identification or causes similar problems.
Notes When Using a Wireless LAN
International Travel Precautions
Wireless LAN units are based on the specifications of the country of
purchase.
The wireless LAN unit is designed to conform to the channel and
frequency limits of the country it is intended to be used in. If the wireless
LAN unit is used outside the country of purchase, check with a local
dealer for more information.
Wireless Telegraphy Act Regulations
The following acts are prohibited by the Wireless Telegraphy Act.
• Modifying and disassembling (including the antenna)
• Removing the label of conformance
• IEEE 802.11a (5 GHz band) external use
Notes on Security when Using Wireless LANs
(Important information on customer rights (maintaining privacy))
The advantage of using a wireless LAN over a LAN cable is that, because
information is exchanged using radio signals, you can easily connect to
the network if you are within range of the radio signals.
A disadvantage of this is that within a certain range, the electromagnetic
signals can pass through barriers such as walls, so that if security
countermeasures are not implemented in some way, problems such as the
following may occur.
• Communicated data can be intercepted
A third party may be able to receive wireless transmissions without
authorisation, and they could obtain personal information from these
transmissions such as IDs, passwords, or credit card numbers, or they
could intercept the contents of personal e-mail messages.
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• Unauthorised access to the network
A third party could access an individual or intra-company network
without permission and carry out any of the following activities.
• Retrieve personal data or other secret information (information
leakage)
• Pose as another user and send inappropriate data (impersonation)
• Overwrite the contents of intercepted data and resend it
(falsification)
• Introduce a computer virus which could cause data loss or system
crashes (damage)
Initially, the possibility that such problems could occur through settings
concerning the security of the wireless LAN product and by using the
product are decreased, because the wireless LAN card and the access
point have security measures to deal with these problems. We recommend
that you use this product after making security settings using your own
judgment and assuming full responsibility, and with your full
understanding of problems that may occur if you do not make any security
settings.
Connecting with Quick Wireless Connection
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You can use the supplied Quick Wireless Connection USB key (hereafter "USB key") to project images from a connected Windows computer.
This function is called Quick Wireless Connection. You can quickly project images by connecting the USB key to the computer. Software
requirements are listed in the appendix. s p.97
Preparing the USB key
(only when the supplied "Wireless LAN unit" is installed)
To project computer images, start with storing the projector information in the USB key. Then connect the USB key to the computer.
Procedure
Install the wireless LAN
unit.
See "Quick Start Guide" for
how to install.
Connect the USB key.
When data is saved, and then a message is displayed
on the projection screen, remove the USB key.
Reading the access indicators
Saving data
Data saved
Write error
Orange
Green
Red
Slide open the A/V
mute slide.
Turn on the projector.
Pee!
Using the
control panel
Connect the power cable
(supplied accessory).
Using the
remote control
q
You can also run Quick Wireless Connection in the
following network settings.
• The "Wireless LAN unit" is installed and
connected to a wireless LAN access point on the
network.
• The optional "Ethernet unit" is installed and
connected to the network by wired LAN.
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Connecting with Quick Wireless Connection
Projecting with the USB key
Check that the projector power is on.
f Projection method
D Select Agree .
"
"
You cannot run Quick Wireless Connection, if the driver is not
installed. Be sure to select "Agree". In case if you want to cancel
the installation, select "Disagree".
Procedure
A Turn on your computer.
B Connect the USB key to the computer.
C Driver installation starts automatically.
This process is only when the USB key is connected first time.
When using Windows 2000 with user authorization, a Windows
error message may appear at the installation and the installation
may not be completed. In this case, update Windows to the latest
status, and then reconnect the USB key.
E Computer images are projected.
It may take some time before computer images are projected.
Leave the setup as it is and wait until computer images are
projected; do not remove the USB key or turn off the projector at
this moment.
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Connecting with Quick Wireless Connection
Optional Settings
q
• In case images are not projected, use the computer and
select "All Programs" - "EPSON Projector" - "Quick
Wireless Connection" and click "Quick Wireless
Connection Vx.x".
• When installation does not proceed automatically on your
computer, select "My Computer" - "U3 System" and click
"Launch U3.exe".
• To uninstall the driver on your computer, open "Control
Panel" - "Add/Remove Programs" and delete "Quick
Wireless Connection Vx.x".
When setting Quick Wireless Connection options, click "Start Menu" "Quick Wireless Connection Vx.x Settings" and set each item.
f General settings Tab
Encrypt
communications
Set whether or not to encrypt data. Select to encrypt
and transmit data. Even if data is intercepted, it cannot
be decrypted.
Disable interrupt
connection
Set whether to Disable/Permit interruptions from
another projector.
Switch Wireless LAN Set which network adapter to be used when the
computer has multiple adapters.
f Ending the Projection
To end computer image projection, perform "External
Device Removal" and remove the USB key.
f Adjust Performance Tab
Performance
adjustment slider
The performance can be set to "Fast", "Normal", and
"Fine".
Set to "Fast" when movie projections are interrupted.
Transfer layered
window
Set whether or not to transfer a layered window.
Attention
The Quick Wireless Connection USB key is strictly for use with
Quick Wireless Connection. Do not use it for storing general data.
Installing the Software
To use the EasyMP functions, install the software from the supplied
EPSON Projector Software for Meeting & Presentation CD-ROM onto
your computer.
Software Supplied
You can find the following software on the EPSON Projector Software for
Meeting & Presentation CD-ROM. For this software’s system
requirements, see s p.97.
• EMP NS Connection
Software for sending computer screen images to connected projector via
a network connection.
• EMP SlideMaker2
Software for converting PowerPoint files into scenario files that can be
projected directly with PC Free.
Only the necessary slides are extracted and sorted without changing the
original PowerPoint file, and you can insert graphics files and animation
files as you progress.
• EMP Monitor
Software that lists the current status of Epson projectors connected to
the network, and monitors and controls those projectors. You can
collectively manage multiple projectors by using EMP Monitor.
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Installing
Make sure you check the following points before starting installation.
• If the computer you are using is running Windows XP, Vista, or 2000
you must be logged on as the Administrator when installing.
• Make sure that you close all running applications before beginning
installation.
• Make sure you are using EMP NS Connection Version 2.4. If you are
using an older version, it may not be able to connect to the projector
correctly. Make sure you install EMP NS Connection Version 2.4 from
the EPSON Projector Software for Meeting & Presentation CD-ROM
supplied with your projector.
Procedure
For Windows
A Turn on your computer.
B Insert
the EPSON Projector Software for Meeting &
Presentation CD-ROM into the computer.
The installer starts automatically.
C Click "Recommended".
To select software and install it individually, select "Custom". To
change the language in which the software is displayed, click
"Select Language".
D Check
the applications to be installed, and then
click "Install".
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Installing the Software
E When
the License Agreement screen is displayed,
click "Yes".
F When
the "Add and Remove EPSON Virtual Display"
screen is displayed, click "OK".
To use Multi-screen display you need to setup "EPSON Virtual
Display". If you do not want to set it up now, you can do so later.
s p.29
G Click "Finish" to complete the installation.
Once selected, software such as "EMP SlideMaker2" and "EMP
Monitor" is installed sequentially.
For Macintosh
A Turn on your computer.
B Insert
the EPSON Projector Software for Meeting &
Presentation CD-ROM into the computer.
C Double-click
the "Installer for Mac OS X" icon in the
"EPSON" window.
Installation starts.
D Click "Finish" to complete the installation.
q
• When installation does not start automatically (Windows
only) Select "Start" - "Run", and then in the "Run"
dialog box type the letter for your CD-ROM drive
followed by ":\\EPsetup.exe" and then click "OK".
• Uninstalling
For Windows
Select "Start" - "Settings" - "Control Panel" - "AddRemove Programs" or "Add or Remove Programs" and
then remove "EMP NS Connection".
For Macintosh
From "Applications" delete the "EMP NS
Connection" folder.
Connecting with EMP NS Connection
This section explains how to connect the computer and the projector via a network in Advanced connection mode, and
the procedure for projecting images from your computer's screen with the projector.
Overview of EMP NS Connection ...................... 13
• Two Connection Modes and their Main Functions........13
"Quick Connection Mode"
(Only when the "Wireless LAN unit" is installed) ....................13
"Advanced connection mode" ........................................................13
Main functions................................................................................14
• Steps for connecting ..........................................................15
Preparing to Connect ......................................... 16
Connecting to a Projector on a Network
and Projecting .....................................................17
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•
•
•
•
Operating the Projector ................................................... 17
Operating the Computer.................................................. 17
Using the Connection Screen........................................... 18
Using the Toolbar ............................................................. 20
When The Target Projector is Not Found ..................... 22
• Preparing the Computer ..................................................16
Disconnecting .....................................................23
For Windows ..................................................................................16
For Macintosh.................................................................................16
• Disconnecting from the Computer.................................. 23
• Disconnecting from the Projector ................................... 23
Overview of EMP NS Connection
There are two methods of connecting the projector and a computer via
a network by using EMP NS Connection.
Two Connection Modes and their Main Functions
f "Quick Connection Mode" (only when the "Wireless LAN
unit" is installed)
"Quick Connection Mode" only runs when you install the supplied
"Wireless LAN unit" in the projector.
"Quick connection mode" temporarily assigns the projector's SSID to a
computer creating an ad hoc connection, and after disconnecting restores
the computer's network settings. s p.16
Supplied Wireless LAN unit
Wi-Fi compliant wireless
LAN card or wireless LAN
enabled computer
• You can easily connect to a computer and project images from the
computer without making network settings.
• This lets you connect easily without a connector cable, and you can
connect even if the projector and the computer are at remote locations.
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f "Advanced Connection Mode"
"Advanced Connection Mode" is an infrastructure connection, and
connects to an existing network system via a network cable.
If you install the supplied "Wireless LAN unit" in the projector, you can
connect to the network via a wireless LAN access point. If you install the
optional "Ethernet unit" you can connect to a network without an access
point. When connecting to a network via the Ethernet unit, connect the
projector to the network hub with a commercially available LAN cable.
Internet
LAN
• From a conference room, you can open and project a file stored on a
computer or file server in another room.
• You can use the Internet.
• You can monitor and control projector's on a network from the
computer.
Overview of EMP NS Connection
f Main functions
The following convenient functions let you make various meetings and
presentations.
• Multi-Screen Display s p.28
You can project different images from one computer to a maximum of
four projectors, allowing you to project landscape images such as reports.
Internet
• Movie file transfer (Movie Sending Mode) s p.26
By using "Movie Sending Mode", a movie can be projected much
smoother than when it is being sent from an application running on a
PC. Because the audio is sent at the same time as the movie, you do not
need to connect the computer and the projector with an audio cable.
• Presentation mode s p.25
This function can project PowerPoint slide shows running on a
computer. You can give stylish presentations by projecting a black
screen while making preparations or when not performing a slide show
and so on.
• Distribution function
The screen being displayed by a remote computer can be simultaneously
displayed by up to four projectors with corresponding SSID.
• Switching function
By using the meeting switching function, if EMP NS Connection is installed
on all of the computers, the presenters can take turns and project their own
images without changing cables.
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Overview of EMP NS Connection
Steps for connecting
Use the following steps to connect your computer and projector for
projection with EMP NS Connection. Although "Quick Connection
Mode" and "Advanced Connection Mode" are similar, "Advanced
Connection Mode" has some independent settings. For detailed
procedures, see examples of connecting with "Quick Connection Mode"
starting on the next page. s p.16
In the following flowchart, you only need to perform the light blue
sections the first time you connect.
Install EMP NS Connection on the computer to be connected
s p.10
Make network settings on the computer and put it into network
connection status s p.16
Normally, when a computer is connected with the network and
used, you do not need to make computer network settings.
Install the supplied wireless LAN unit as described on the Quick
Setup sheet, or install the optional wired LAN adapter.
Make network settings on the projector and put it into network
connection status. See the projector User’s Guide.
Start EMP NS Connection on the computer and connect with the
projector s p.17
Preparing to Connect
Use the following steps to prepare the projector and computer for
connection.
Preparing the Computer
f For Windows
Make network settings for the computer by using the utility software
supplied with the LAN adapter. For more information on the utility
software, see the manual supplied with your LAN adapter.
f For Macintosh
Set the network port and communication status. For more details on setting
the communication status, see the manual for your computer or the AirPort
card.
Procedure
A Select
"System Preferences" - "Network" from the
Apple menu.
The network settings screen is displayed.
B Check
"Air Mac" in "Port Configurations" and click
"Apply Now".
C Close the screen.
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
Operating the Projector
Before connecting, put the projector into connection standby status.
Make sure the projector network settings are complete, and the projector
is connected to network equipment such as a network hub via a
commercially available network cable.
Procedure
A turn
Press the P power button on the remote control to
the power on.
B Press the [EasyMP] button on the remote control.
The EasyMP standby screen is displayed.
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Operating the Computer
In the following explanations, unless otherwise noted, Windows screen
images are used. You see the same screens even when using Macintosh.
Procedure
A Start EMP NS Connection.
For Windows
Select "Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") - "EPSON
Projector" - "EMP NS Connection".
For Macintosh
Double-click the "Applications" folder of the hard drive volume in
which EMP NS Connection is installed, and then double-click the
EMP NS Connection icon.
B Select
"Quick Connection Mode" and then click
"OK".
The projector search results are displayed. To always connect using
"Quick Connection Mode", select "Set the selected Connection
Mode as the default mode for future connections".
C Select
the projector you want to connect to, and
then click "Connect".
If the projector you want to connect to is not displayed in the
search results, click the "Automatic search" button. The search
takes about 30 seconds.
For details on the connection screen, see "Using the Connection
Screen". s p.18
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
D When
Projector Keyword is set to "On" from the
projector, the keyword entry screen is displayed.
Enter the keyword displayed on the EasyMP
standby screen, and then click "OK".
When the connection is complete, the computer's screen is
projected. The following EMP NS Connection toolbar is displayed
on the computer screen. You can use this toolbar to operate the
projector and make settings, and to disconnect the network
connection.
For details on using the toolbar, see "Using the Toolbar". s p.20
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Using the Connection Screen
When EMP NS Connection starts, the following screen is displayed. The
operation of each button or menu item is described in the following table.
When the system starts in "Quick Connection Mode".
When changing presenters and so on, and when
continuously connecting from another computer, start EMP
NS Connection from the computer you want to connect.
The computer that is currently connected is disconnected,
and the computer that is trying to connect now is connected.
When the system starts in "Advanced Connection Mode".
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
Not found
Automatic search
Displayed when a projector cannot be found as
a result of "Manual Search" or "Profile".
In "Advanced Connection Mode", you can search for available projectors
on the network system that the computer is connected to.
In "Quick Connection Mode", you can search for the projector based on
the SSID.
In "Quick Connection Mode", you can only select those with the same
SSID.
Manual search
The projector's name is displayed.
In "Advanced Connection Mode", you can search for a projector based on
a specified IP address or projector name.
In "Quick Connection Mode", you can search for the projector based on
the SSID selected from a list.
IP Address ("Advanced Connection Mode" only)
Profile
The projector's SSID is displayed.
You can search for a projector on the network using a profile saved with
"Save profile". s p.41
Display (When "Use multi-display" is selected)
Status
Update list ("Quick Connection Mode" only)
The following six icons indicate the status of the discovered projectors.
Updates "Status" and "Signal strength".
Projector name
The projector's IP address is displayed.
SSID ("Quick Connection Mode" only)
Select the display number. s p.36
Standby
Select for connecting.
Save in the profile
Busy
Select for connecting. When you click
"Connect", the computer currently connected is
disconnected and your computer is connected.
Saves the results of a search for projectors on the network as a profile.
s p.41
Busy (Disable Cannot be selected. "Disable interrupt
interrupt
connection" is set
connection)
on the other computer and it is already
connected.
Currently in
use by
another
application
The projector's configuration menu is open. You
can select it after closing the configuration
menu and running the search again.
Searching
Displayed while running "Manual Search" or
"Profile".
Clear list
Deletes all search result lists.
Disable interrupt connection
Select this to prevent an interrupt connection by other computers while
connected to the selected projector.
Use multi-display
Select this when using the Multi-screen display function. When this is
selected, "Display layout" and "Display properties" are displayed at the
bottom of the screen. s p.28
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
Set options
You can make general setting options such as the processing method
when EMP NS Connection starts. For optional settings, see s p.47
Connect
Connect to the projector you selected from the search results list. When a
connection is made with a projector, a toolbar is displayed.
Using the Toolbar
Select target projector
Click to select which projectors can be operated from the toolbar when
projecting from multiple projectors using the distribution function or
Multi-screen display. The indication below the icon shows that the
projector can be controlled.
“ALL” indicates that all of the connected projectors can be controlled.
Or when "1, 3" is displayed, projectors No. 1 and No. 3 can be
controlled.
Click
to display the following screen.
Indicates the status of
the projector.
The toolbar is displayed on the computer screen after EMP NS
Connection starts and a connection is made with the projector. You can
use this toolbar to operate and make settings for the projector.
Stop
Show
Indicates the number of an
allocated projector. This No.
indicates the number of the
projector displayed as an icon that
you can control from the toolbar.
Pause
Presentation
Mode
Movie Sending
Mode
Select the projector to be controlled.
Stop
Stops projection while connected to the projector. A black screen is
projected while stopped. Audio does not stop. To stop the audio, or to
display a user-registered logo while projection is stopped, use the A/V
mute function.
Show
Releases stop or pause.
Pause
Pauses projected images while connecting to the projector. Audio does
not stop.
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
Presentation Mode
Each time this is clicked, Presentation mode switches between enabled/
disabled. s p.25
Projector control
While the projector is connected to the network, the projector's "AV
Mute", "Switch PC source" and "Switch video source" functions can be
controlled from the toolbar.
Click
to display the following toolbar.
Screen Preview
Displays the multi-screen preview screen.
Clicking
causes a preview of the display with the settings you have
made to appear. Clicking each display causes each preview window to be
enlarged to full-screen.
Switch video source
A/V Mute
Switch PC source
A/V Mute
The same function as the [A/V Mute] button on the remote
control. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
Switch PC source
The input source alternates between computer input port and
EasyMP each time you click.
Switch video source
The input source alternates between S-Video input port and
Video input port each time you click. The projector does not
switch ports if the cable is not connected.
Set options
Transmission performance during the transfer of computer images can
be adjusted. s p.47
Movie Sending Mode
Used to immediately play back a movie file. s p.26
Disconnect
Disconnects the connection to the projector.
Signal intensity
This is displayed when the connection is made in the "Quick Connection
mode". As the signal strength increases, so does the number of lit
indicators.
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Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting
Switch toolbar display
You can switch the toolbar display as shown below. The toolbar display
you select remains in effect the next time you use EMP NS Connection.
Is the indicator on the
wireless LAN unit
flashing?
Not flashing
Reinstall the wireless LAN
unit.
Full
Flashing
Normal
Are you using
commercially available
firewall software?
Yes
Create a firewall exception
for EMP NS Connection in
the firewall software you are
using.
Simple
No
When The Target Projector is Not Found
Action 1. Restart the computer.
Action 2. Check if the projector network settings are set to "Quick
Connection Mode". See the projector User’s Guide for more
information.
Action 3. Check the following if actions 1 and 2 do not help. (If it is
disconnected, check the following.)
Are any of the supplied
utilities operating from
the computer's wireless
LAN unit?
Yes
No
Contact Epson as described in the
User’s Guide.
Close the utility and restart
EMP NS Connection.
Disconnecting
There are two methods of disconnecting the projector and the
computer.
Disconnecting from the Computer
Click
on the toolbar.
Disconnecting from the Projector
Procedure
A Press the [Esc] button on the remote control.
B Select
"Exit", and then press the [Enter] button on
the remote control.
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Convenient EMP NS Connection Functions
This section explains those functions that may be useful during meetings or when making a presentation, such as the ability to send a
movie file directly to a projector for playback ("Movie Sending Mode") or that which allows you to send images to multiple projectors from
a single computer ("Multi-Screen Display").
Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide show
(Presentation Mode) ........................................... 25
• Setting the Virtual Display .............................................. 29
Projecting Movies from a Computer
(Movie Sending Mode)........................................ 26
• Allocating the image to be projected .............................. 35
• The allocated image is projected ..................................... 36
• Supported File Types ........................................................26
• Playing back a movie ........................................................26
Using Multi-Screen Display ............................... 28
• Example of Adjusting the Virtual Display......................28
• Procedure before using the Multi-screen
Display Function ...............................................................29
Enable the virtual display driver (Windows only) ......................... 29
Virtual display arrangement........................................................... 30
Projecting Only a PowerPoint Slide show (Presentation Mode)
In Presentation Mode, the image is only displayed when you are
showing a PowerPoint (Windows) or Keynote (Macintosh) slide show
on a computer. When you stop the slide show, the projector displays a
black screen.
Procedure
A Ifcontrol.
necessary, select the projector you want to
s p.20
B Click the button on the toolbar.
C When
in Presentation Mode, click the
again to exit Presentation Mode.
Presentation Mode begins.
button
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Projecting Movies from a Computer (Movie Sending Mode)
In Movie Sending Mode, movie files can be sent directly to a projector.
As a result, a movie can be projected much more smoother than when
it is being sent from an application running on a PC.
Also, because the audio is sent at the same time as the movie, there is
no need for an audio cable between the computer and the projector.
q
• Movie Sending Mode is valid for one projector only. It is
not possible to apply Movie Sending Mode to more than
one projector.
• Depending on the communication method and the
available reception, the image and sound may skip or stall.
Supported File Types
The file types supported by Movie Sending Mode are listed in the
following table.
File Type
(Extension)
.mpg*
.wmv
.asf
Movie
Codec
MPEG2
WMV8
WMV9
Audio Codec
MPEG1 Layer1/2
Linear PCM and AC-3 audio
cannot be played back. MPEG
contents with no sound can be
played back.
WMA
Recording
Quality
Highest frame
rate: 30 fps
Maximum
resolution: 720
^ 576
* Files with the extension ".mpeg" cannot be projected.
Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) applied cannot be
projected.
Playing back a movie
Procedure
A Click the button on the toolbar.
B Select
the destination projector for Movie Sending
and click "OK".
The projector selection screen is displayed.
The "Movie Sending Mode" screen appears.
C Click "Select file".
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27
Projecting Movies from a Computer (Movie Sending Mode)
D Select
the movie file you want to play back and then
click "Open".
E Use
the operation buttons below to play and stop
the movie files.
Plays back from the beginning of the file that is playing.
Quickly rewinds the file that is playing.
Stops play back.
Plays back the file.
Pauses play back.
Quickly fast-forwards the file that is playing.
Plays back from the beginning of the next file.
The "Movie Sending Mode" screen reappears. The selected files
are displayed in the Movie Playback list.
Repeatedly plays back the file list in order. When there are
multiple files in the list, it is not possible to repeatedly
play back only some of those files.
F Click "Close" to end Movie Sending Mode.
Using Multi-Screen Display
Multi-screen display mode allows you to project different images from multiple
projectors that are connected to a single computer.
With Windows, multiple virtual displays can be set in the computer, and each
image can be projected by the projector. This function is not available with
Windows Vista due to restrictions in the Windows Vista specifications.
For the Macintosh, an external monitor must be connected to the computer to
enable the use of the multi-screen display function. Whereas the above
explanation has referred to "virtual display", in the case of the Macintosh, the
operation relates to the screens displayed on the physically connected monitor.
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Example of Adjusting the Virtual Display
By arranging the virtual display allocation, you can project only the image
that you want to show when making a presentation or project different
images from left to right.
Arrangement Example 1
Virtual display
Actual monitor
image
Actual monitor
image
Image of virtual
display 1
Image of virtual
display 2
Actual monitor
PowerPoint file
Virtual display
Excel file
Image of virtual
display
29
Using Multi-Screen Display
Procedure before using the Multi-screen Display
Function
Arrangement example 2
1. Setting the Virtual Display s p.29
Actual monitor
image
In a Windows environment, enable
the virtual display driver as
necessary. And, for both Windows
and the Macintosh, set up the
virtual display arrangement.
2. Allocating the image to be
projected s p.35
Open the file to be projected, and
then move the screen to the virtual
display according to the actual
projection arrangement.
3. The Allocated Image is Projected
s p.36
Allocate a virtual display number
to a projector that is connected
through the network, and then start
projection.
Image of virtual
display
Setting the Virtual Display
Actual monitor
PowerPoint file presenter tools
Virtual display
Slide show using a PowerPoint file
The following explains how to allocate the computer image using
Arrangement Example 1 s p.28 .
f Enable the virtual display driver (Windows only)
Enable the virtual display driver. Those users listed below do not have to
perform this operation. s p.30
• Those users who have enabled virtual displays installing EMP NS
Connection.
• Those users who are using Macintosh computers.
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Using Multi-Screen Display
Procedure
A Start
Windows on the computer, then select "Start" "Programs" (or "All Programs") - "EPSON
Projector" - "Add/Remove Epson Virtual Display".
The "Add/Remove Epson Virtual Display" screen is displayed.
B Select the virtual display you want to use.
Up to four monitors can be added. In this case, a single virtual
display is to be used, so select one. 3When, for example, using
three projectors, such that you have to set multiple virtual displays,
only select as many displays as is necessary.
Any one of the displays can be selected.
C Click "OK".
When you click "OK", the drivers for the virtual display are
enabled. At this point, it is normal for the display to flicker. Wait
for the "Add/Remove Epson Virtual Display" screen to close.
f Virtual display arrangement
After starting EMP NS Connection, the setting up of the virtual displays
varies between Windows and the Macintosh. The procedures are
explained separately, below.
For Windows, follow the procedure below.
For the Macintosh, go to s p.33.
Procedure
For Windows
A Select
"Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs")
"EPSON Projector" - "EMP NS Connection".
EMP NS Connection starts.
-
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Using Multi-Screen Display
B Select the "Use multi-display" check box.
C Click "Display properties".
The "Display Properties" screen will be displayed.
D Click the "Settings" tab.
"Display layout" and "Display properties" are added at the bottom
of the screen.
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Using Multi-Screen Display
E Drag
the displayed monitor icon and place it where
desired.
Here, the actual monitor (1) is placed on the left, while the virtual
monitor (3) is placed on the right.
When the PC has multiple display output terminals, the numbers
assigned to the virtual terminals will be sequential to those of the
physical terminals.
When the monitor icon appears as follows, a virtual display is
connected.
1 3
F Click
the "OK" button. The "Display Properties"
screen closes.
Up to this point, the virtual display layout has been fixed.
Go to s p.35.
q
• When an external monitor is connected as a secondary
monitor, the image for that screen cannot be projected.
• Depending on the hardware, the number of the secondary
monitor may be other than "2". When the monitor icon is
displayed on the screen, click the icon and confirm that
the monitor type shown under "Display" is other than
"secondary".
• For information about "Screen resolution", see
"Supported Resolutions." s p.85
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Using Multi-Screen Display
For Macintosh
A Start
EMP NS Connection.
Double-click the "Applications" folder of the hard
C Click "Display preferences".
drive volume in which EMP NS Connection is
installed, and then double-click the EMP NS
Connection icon. EMP NS Connection starts.
Select "Advanced Connection Mode" and then perform startup.
The "Advanced Connection Mode" screen is displayed.
B Select the "Use multi-display" check box.
The display setting screen is displayed.
"Display layout" and "Display preferences" are added at the bottom
of the screen.
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Using Multi-Screen Display
D Click "Arrangement".
E Deselect "Mirror Displays".
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Using Multi-Screen Display
F Drag
the displayed monitor icon and place it where
desired.
Allocating the image to be projected
The following explains how to allocate the computer image as shown in
Arrangement Example 1 s p.28.
Procedure
A Open the file to be projected.
Start the PowerPoint and Excel files.
B Drag
the window to the desired virtual display
monitor, and allocate it where the image is to be
projected.
Drag the Excel window to the right until it cannot be seen. As a
result, the PowerPoint window appears on the actual monitor, while
the Excel window appears on the virtual display on the right.
G Close the display setting screen.
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Using Multi-Screen Display
The allocated image is projected
The image allocated to each projector is projected.
The following explains how to allocate the computer image as shown in
Arrangement Example 1 s p.28.
Procedure
A Select
the number of the virtual displayg to allocate
to "Display", and set which image to be projected
from which projector.
B Click "Connect".
In a Windows environment, you cannot view the image being sent
to a virtual display on the computer. To adjust the image on the
virtual display, you must do so while viewing the projected image.
To perform mouse-based operations on the virtual display, move
the mouse pointer in the direction of the virtual display, such that
the pointer appears on the virtual display.
Using Multi-Screen Display
C To"Disconnect"
terminate multi-screen display, click
on the EMP NS Connection toolbar.
q
• In a Windows environment, if the virtual display driver has
been enabled such 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. When
you are not using a virtual display, clear the check mark
against the under "Add/Remove EPSON Virtual Display",
such that the mouse pointer cannot be moved outside the
limits of the screen. To subsequently use multi-screen
display again, again place a check mark against the
required display under "Add/Remove EPSON Virtual
Display".
To clear a check mark, see the following. s p.29
• You can adjust each projector's color tone. See the
projector User’s Guide for more information.
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Connecting to a Projector on a Different
Sub-net
This chapter explains how to connect a computer to a projector on a different sub-net via a wired LAN or a wireless LAN access
point on an existing network system.
Connecting to a Projector on a
Different Sub-net................................................. 39
Searching by Specifying the IP Address
and Projector Name
(For "Advanced Connection Mode" only) ........ 40
Performing a search with a profile .................... 41
• Making a Profile................................................................41
• Searching by Specifying a Profile ....................................43
• Managing a Profile............................................................44
Connecting to a Projector on a Different Sub-net
By default, this application only searches for projectors on the same
sub-net as the computer. Therefore, even if you perform a search for
projectors on the network, one on a different sub-net will not be found.
You can, however, identify and connect to a projector on a different
sub-net, as follows.
• Specify either an IP address or projector name and perform a
search.
The IP address can be input directly. Also, provided the name of the
connected server has been registered on the DNS server, you
perform a search simply by inputting that name. s p.40
• Performing a search based on a profile.
Once you have performed a search for a projector on a different subnet by specifying either an IP address or a projector name, you can
save the search as a profile with an easy-to-remember name, and
then use that profile whenever you subsequently want to search for a
projector on a different sub-net. s p.41
q
If a search fails to find a projector, the most likely causes
are as follows. Proceed as appropriate, depending on the
cause of the failure.
For both Windows and the Macintosh
• The wireless LAN signal is either out of range or weak.
Check whether there is anything that could be interfering
with the signal.
When the supplied wireless LAN unit is installed in the
projector, and the Macintosh is connected to a wireless
LAN
• "AirPort: On" is not set, or an appropriate access point is
not selected.
Check whether AirPort is set to "On". Or, check whether
an appropriate access has been selected.
39
Searching by Specifying the IP Address and Projector Name (For "Advanced Connection Mode" only)
In the following explanations, unless otherwise noted, Windows screen
shots are used.
You see a similar screen even when using Macintosh.
40
B Enter
the IP address or the projector name for the
projector you want to connect to, and click "OK".
Procedure
A Click
"Manual serch" on the EMP NS Connection
projector selection screen.
The search results are displayed on the EMP NS Connection
projector selection screen.
Provided the target projector has been identified, select that
projector, and then click "Connect" to establish a connection.
When you will always be using that projector, save the search as a
profile, such that you do not have to specify the relevant details
every time you perform a search. s p.41
q
When you use "Manual search" in "Quick Connection
Mode", you can specify the SSID. When there are a lot of
projectors you can narrow the search field by using SSID.
Performing a search with a profile
You can save a search for a frequently used projector as a profile. A
"profile" is a file containing all of the information pertaining to a given
projector, such as the projector name, its IP address, and SSID. By
specifying that profile whenever you subsequently perform a search,
the search will be performed using the saved IP address and projector
name. 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.
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Making a Profile
Profiles are made by saving searched results.
For details on how to edit a previously saved profile, see "Managing a
Profile". s p.44
For details on how to locate a projector on a different sub-net, see
"Searching by Specifying the IP Address and Projector Name (For
"Advanced Connection Mode" only)". s p.40
Procedure
Location A
Location A
Floor 1
Floor 2
Location B
A When
the projector is displayed on the EMP NS
Connection projector selection screen, click "Save
in the profile".
Floor 3
Location D
Location B
Location C
This section explains how to create and edit a profile.
The "Save in the profile" screen is displayed.
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Performing a search with a profile
B Enter a profile name and then click "Add".
For Windows
Projector information is registered in the profile.
If you have previously saved a profile, you are prompted to confirm
whether that profile can be overwritten. To save a profile with a
different name, select "Save as". If you have created a folder for a
profile, the following screens are displayed. After entering the
profile name and selecting the save destination, click "Add".
For Macintosh
q
For details on how to create a folder for a profile, see
"Managing a Profile". s p.44
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Performing a search with a profile
Searching by Specifying a Profile
You can search by specifying the profile you created.
B From
the menu that is displayed, select the
projector you want to connect to.
Procedure
A Click
"Profile" on the EMP NS Connection
projector selection screen.
If no profile is registered, you cannot select "Profile".
The search results are displayed on the EMP NS Connection
projector selection screen.
Assuming that the desired projector has been found by the search,
select that projector and then click "Connect" to establish a
connection.
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Performing a search with a profile
Managing a Profile
C Edit the contents registered in the profile.
You can change the name and the hierarchical structure of the profile.
Procedure
A Click
"Set options" on the EMP NS Connection's
main screen.
The "Set options" screen is displayed.
B Click "Edit profile".
: Indicates a folder.
: Indicates a profile.
The "Edit profile" screen is displayed.
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Performing a search with a profile
Profile
Item
Function
Profile
You can display the registered profile. You can manage
it by creating a folder. You can change the order of the
profile or the folder by dragging & dropping.
Copy
You can copy the profile. The copied profile is saved in
the same folder as the original with the same name.
Delete
You can delete the profile and the folder.
Rename
You can display the rename dialog box and rename the
folder or the profile. You can enter up to 32 characters
in the rename dialog box.
Create folder
You can create a new folder.
Export
You can export a profile, as well as import and use a
profile.
Import
Used when you want to want to read and use an
exported profile.
Information on selected profile
Item
Function
Projector name
IP address
You can display the projector information registered in
the profile.
Delete
You can delete the information for the selected
projector. When all projector information is deleted, the
profile is also deleted.
D Click "OK".
Saves your edits and closes the "Edit profile" screen.
Setting the EMP NS Connection
Operation
You can make general setting options such as the processing method when EMP NS Connection starts.
Using Set Options............................................... 47
• General settings Tab .........................................................47
• Adjust Performance Tab ..................................................48
Using Set Options
You can make general setting options such as the processing method
when EMP NS Connection starts.
Call the option settings from the EMP NS Connection's main screen.
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General settings Tab
Procedure
A Click
"Set options" on the EMP NS Connection main
screen.
Use full-screen video Windows only (excluding Windows Vista)
transfer
Select this check box when you want to display
Windows Media Player in full screen. However, clear
this check box if the movie does not playback
smoothly.
Encrypt
communications
Select to encode and transmit data. Even if data is
intercepted, it cannot be deciphered.
When using "Quick Connection Mode", make sure you
always select this check box.
Display Connection
Mode Selection
window on startup
Set whether or not the "Quick Connection Mode"/
"Advanced Connection Mode" screen is displayed
when EMP NS Connection starts.
Clear this check box once you have settled on a regular
startup method.
Search method on
startup
Sets the projector search method that is executed when
EMP NS Connection is started.
Edit profile
The "Edit profile" dialog box is displayed. s p.44
The "Set options" screen is displayed.
B Set each of the items.
Confirm the details of the set items in the next step. When you have
made all the necessary settings, click "OK" to close the "Set
options" screen.
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Using Set Options
Switch LAN
Windows only
The Switch Network Adapter dialog box is displayed.
This is used when it is necessary 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. When a wired LAN is always used as
the connection method, select a wired LAN adapter.
Performance
adjustment slider
The performance can be set to "Fast", "Normal", and
"Fine".
Set to "Fast" when movie projections are interrupted.
Transfer layered
window
Windows only
Set whether or not to transfer a layered window.
The layered window is in use when contents such as
messages displayed on the computer are not projected
by the projector. Select this check box to project
contents such as messages that use the layered window.
Adjust Performance Tab
q
When you click
on the toolbar, only the Adjust
performance tab is displayed.
Using a Computer to Set Up, Monitor
and Control Projectors
This chapter describes how to use a computer that is connected to the network to change projector settings and to control the
projector.
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser
(Web Control) ...................................................... 50
• Displaying Web Control ...................................................50
Entering the IP address of the projector .........................................50
• Projector Setup..................................................................50
Items in the configuration menu that cannot be set
by the web browser....................................................................50
Using the Mail Notification Function to
Report Problems ................................................. 51
Management Using SNMP ................................. 52
Changing Settings Using a Web Browser (Web Control)
You can set up and control the projector from a computer by using the
Web browser of a computer that is connected to the projector via a
network. Setup and control operations can be performed remotely if
this function is used. In addition, since you can use the computers
keyboard, entering characters required for the setup is easier.
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later as the Web browser. If
using a Macintosh, you can also use Safari.
If, however, you are using Safari under Macintosh 10.2.8, some of the
Web control radio buttons may not display properly.
q
Setup and control with a Web browser are possible if set to
"Network On" from the "Extended" menu of the
projector's configuration menu, even if the projector is in
standby mode (when the power is off).
Displaying Web Control
Display Web control with the following procedure.
q
If your Web browser is set up to connect via a proxy server,
Web control cannot be displayed. To use the Web control,
you need to make network connection settings with a
different method than a proxy server.
f Entering the IP address of the projector
Web control can be opened by specifying the IP address of the projector
as follows when using "Advanced Connection Mode".
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Procedure
A Start the Web browser on the computer.
B Enter
the IP address of the projector in the address
input box of the Web browser, and press the [Enter]
key on the computer's keyboard.
Web Control is displayed. If you have set a Web Control password
in the projector, you will be asked to enter a user name and
password. Enter EPSONWEB for the user name.
Projector Setup
You can set items that are usually set in the projector's configuration
menu. The items available in Web Control are the same, with the
exceptions noted below.
f Items in the configuration menu that cannot be set by the
web browser
All items in the configuration menu can be set with the exception of the
following items.
• "Settings" - "Pointer Shape"
• "Settings" - "User Button"
• Registering a user's logo using "Extended" - "User's Logo"
• "Extended" - "Operation" - "High Altitude Mode"
• "Extended" - "Link21", "Language"
• "Reset" - "Reset All", "Reset Lamp Hours"
Additionally, the MAC Address is not displayed in Web Control.
Using the Mail Notification Function to Report Problems
By setting the Mail Notification function from the projector's
configuration menu, notification messages will be sent to the preset email addresses when a problem or warning occurs with a projector.
This will enable the operator to be notified of problems with projectors
even at locations away from the projectors. See the projector User’s
Guide for more information.
q
• Up to a maximum of three notification destinations
(addresses) can be recorded, and notification messages
can be sent to all three destinations at once.
• If a projector develops a critical problem and suddenly
stops working, it may not be able to send a message
notifying an operator of the problem.
• You can monitor projectors if set to "Network On" from
the "Extended" menu of the projector's configuration
menu, even if the projector is in standby mode (when the
power is off).
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Management Using SNMP
By setting SNMP from the projector's configuration menu, notification
messages are sent to preset e-mail addresses when a problem or
warning occurs with a projector. This is useful when controlling
projectors centrally at a point distant from them. See the projector
User’s Guide for more information.
q
• SNMP should be managed by a network administrator or
someone who is familiar with the network.
• The SNMP function to monitor the projector requires
SNMP Manager to be installed on the computer.
• The managing function using SNMP cannot be used via a
wireless LAN in the "Quick Connection Mode".
• Up to two destination IP addresses can be saved.
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Presentations Using PC Free
This chapter explains how to project image and movie files stored on USB devices, and scenarios made with EMP
SlideMaker2, directly using PC Free.
Files that can be Projected Using PC Free,
and Saving........................................................... 54
Projecting Scenarios ..........................................61
• Specifications for Files that can be
Projected Using PC Free ..................................................54
• PC Free Examples .............................................................55
Basic scenario editing .................................................................... 61
Projecting images and movies stored on a USB storage device.....55
Projecting a PowerPoint slide show without connecting to
a computer .................................................................................55
PC Free Basic Operations.................................. 56
• Starting and Closing PC Free ..........................................56
Starting PC Free .............................................................................56
Closing PC Free..............................................................................58
• PC Free Basic Operations ................................................59
• Rotating the Image............................................................60
• Creating and Editing a Scenario ..................................... 61
• Playing a Scenario ............................................................ 62
• Operating During a Presentation.................................... 62
Projecting image and movie files ......................63
• Projecting Images/Movies............................................... 63
• Projecting all Image and Movie Files in a
Folder in Sequence (Slide show)...................................... 64
Setting Image and Movie File Display
Conditions and Operation Mode........................65
Files that can be Projected Using PC Free, and Saving
You can use PC Free to directly project files stored in digital cameras
and USB storage devices that are connected to the projector.
Type
DPOF
q
USB storage devices that incorporate security functions
sometimes cannot be used.
Specifications for Files that can be Projected Using
PC Free
Type
Scenario
file
Image
File Type
(Extension)
.mrk
File Type
(Extension)
.sit
.bmp
.gif
.jpg
.png
Notes
These are scenario files created using
SlideMaker2. To create scenarios, see
s p.60
You can also play audio (.wav) files set as
BGM (background music) at the time of
scenario creation.
You can also project scenarios created for
other projectors using the EMP SlideMaker
supplied.
Cannot project images with a resolution
greater than 1024 ^ 768.
Cannot project images with a resolution
greater than 1024 ^ 768.
The following cannot be projected.
• CMYK color mode formats
• Progressive formats
• Images with a resolution greater than 4608 ^
3072
• Files with the extension ".jpeg"
Normally, jpeg images may not be projected
clearly if compression is set too high.
Cannot project images with a resolution
greater than 1024 ^ 768.
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Notes
For DPOF version 1.10, only files named
AUTPLAYx.mrk (where x is a number
between 0 to 9) can be projected.
Supported movie files
File Type
Movie
(Extension)
Codec
.mpg*
MPEG2
.mp4*
.wmv
.asf
MPEG4 ASP
MPEG-4AVC
WMV8
WMV9
Audio Codec
MPEG1 Layer1/2
Linear PCM and AC-3 audio
cannot be played back. MPEG
contents with no sound can be
played back.
MPEG4 AAC-LC
Recording
Quality
Highest frame
rate: 30 fps
Maximum
resolution:
720^576
WMA
* Files with the extension ".mpeg" cannot be projected.
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• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) applied
cannot be projected.
• If you use a USB storage device with a slow access speed
when playing back movies and scenarios with BGM (when
transmitting at higher bit rates), the movie files may not
play back correctly or the sound may skip or not be output.
• When using a USB hard disk, we recommend using an AC
adapter power supply.
• The projector does not support media formatted on some
file systems. If you have trouble with projecting, use media
formatted under Windows.
• Format the media using the FAT16/32 file system.
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Files that can be Projected Using PC Free, and Saving
PC Free Examples
f Projecting a PowerPoint slide show without connecting to
a computer
f Projecting images and movies stored on a USB storage
device
mpg
mp4
wmv
bmp
gif
jpg
png
Image and movie files can be played back using either of the following
two methods. By using PC Free, projected movie images look much
smoother than those projected by playing back using other applications on
a computer.
Example 1: Prepare multiple images and project them continuously
(Slide show) s p.63
Example 2: Select image files and movie files one at a time and
project it s p.62
You can use EMP SlideMaker2 to convert your PowerPoint file into
scenario format. By storing this scenario file on a USB storage device,
you can project a PowerPoint slide show without connecting a computer.
PowerPoint
file
Convert
Scenario file
Save to USB
storage device
The playback method for the file to be projected can be set as follows at
conversion.
Example 1: Convert a PowerPoint file into a scenario and project it
s "Turning a PowerPoint File into a Scenario" p.68
s "Projecting Scenarios" p.60
Example 2: Set scenario to automatic playback (autorun)
s "Sending Scenarios" p.79
Example 3: Project scenario with BGM (background music) s p.71
PC Free Basic Operations
PC Free lets you play back and project scenarios, image files, and
movie files in USB storage devices, and image files in digital cameras.
This section explains the basic operation of PC Free.
Because the remote control is used to perform all of the following
steps, button names indicate remote control buttons.
Starting and Closing PC Free
f Starting PC Free
Procedure
A Connect
one of the following devices to the
projector.
• Digital Camera or USB Storage Device
• USB MultiCard Reader (when a memory card is inserted)
See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
B Press
the [EasyMP] button. The EasyMP standby
screen is displayed.
USB storage devices icons are displayed on the standby screen.
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C Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
icon for the projection target, and then press
[Enter].
PC Free starts and displays the contents of the USB storage device.
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PC Free Basic Operations
JPEG files and MPEG files are displayed as thumbnails (file
contents are displayed as small images). Other files or folders are
displayed as icons as shown in the following table.
Icon
File Type
Icon
File Type
Digital camera format
JPEG file
MPEG file
PNG file
WMV files
Electronic certificate file
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• When autorun is set for a scenario, it is automatically
played back with the highest priority over other input
sources. If you want to stop it from playing back, press the
[Esc] button on the remote control. s p.79
• When a USB multi-card reader is connected to the projector, the following USB icons are displayed, and slots
in which a card is inserted are displayed with a blue icon.
BMP file
GIF file
• Some JPEG files may be displayed as file icons instead of
thumbnails.
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PC Free Basic Operations
f Closing PC Free
Procedure
A Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on
"Exit" button.
PC Free Basic Operations
The following describes the procedures for playing images, movies, and
scenarios, using PC Free, and projection operations.
Procedure
A Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
file or folder you want to access.
Cursor
B Press [Enter].
C After
turning off the power supply to the digital
camera or the USB storage device, disconnect it
PC Free shuts down and the EasyMP standby screen is displayed.
from the projector.
q
If you leave the USB storage device connected when you
close PC Free and the EasyMP standby
screen is displayed, disconnect the USB storage device and
reconnect it before starting PC Free again.
q
If all files and folders cannot be displayed at the same time
in the current window, press the [[] button or move the
cursor to the "Next page" button and press the [Enter]
button.
To return to the previous screen, press the []] button, or
position the cursor on the "Previous page" button and press
the [Enter] button.
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PC Free Basic Operations
B Press [Enter].
The selected image is displayed.
When a folder is selected, the files in the selected folder are
displayed. Select "Return" on the screen that opened and press the
[Enter] button to return to the previous screen.
Rotating the Image
You can rotate JPEG images in 90 increments when playing them with PC
Free. The rotating function is also available during the Slide show.
Rotate JPEG images in the following way.
Procedure
A Play
images or scenarios in JPEG format, or
perform a slide show.
To play JPEG images s p.62
To play scenarios s p.61
To play slide shows s p.63
B While
projecting a JPEG image, press the [
the [
] button.
Down
Up
Down
Up
Up
Up
Down
Down
] or
Projecting Scenarios
This section describes the method for playing scenarios stored in a
USB storage device, and the operations during scenario playback.
Because the remote control is used to perform all of the following
steps, button names indicate remote control buttons.
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B
Select "Edit Scenario" from the menu displayed, then
press the [Enter] button.
Creating and Editing a Scenario
Create the scenario beforehand by using EMP SlideMaker2, and then
transfer it to the USB storage device in the projector by using the "Send
Scenario" function. s p.79
q
While transferring the scenario you can set autorun and
continuous play. s p.79
C Position
the cursor on the desired slide, and then
press the [Esc] button.
f Basic scenario editing
For a scenario stored on a USB storage device, it is possible to change the
order in which images are projected, or set display/non-display of the
individual images.
Procedure
A Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
icon corresponding to the scenario to be edited, and
then press [Esc] button.
The sub menu is displayed.
Select "Move Files" to change the order of the slides, and "Show/
Hide" to show or to hide files, then press the [Enter] button.
Go to step 4 when you select "Move File".
Go to step 5 when you select "Show/Hide".
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Projecting Scenarios
D Move
the cursor to the desired position, and then
press the [Enter] button.
D Ifhas"Advance"
is set to "Automatically after", once play
reached the end, it returns to the file list screen.
If "Revive" is selected, the scenario is repeated from
the beginning.
Slide to move
Point the cursor at
the target
destination
See "Operating During a Presentation" for how to operate the
scenario when "Advance" is set to "On mouse click", and how to
stop and cancel.
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E Once
you have completed editing, use the [
buttons to position the cursor on the "Edit
]
Complete" button, and then press [Enter].
The edited content can only be accessed while the USB storage
device is inserted into the projector.
Playing a Scenario
Procedure
A Start PC Free. s p.56
The content of the connected digital camera or USB storage device
is displayed.
B Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
target scenario file.
C Press [Enter].
Starts playback.
• You can rotate JPEG format images in the scenario while
they are being projected. s p.59
• The movie files that are included in scenarios can be fastforwarded, rewound and paused during playback.
s p.63
• The slide changing time for scenarios can be set
using the "Advance" command in EMP SlideMaker2.
s p.83
Operating During a Presentation
The following operations using the remote control are possible while
playing a scenario.
Screen
Switching
Proceed to the next screen by pressing [Enter] or []]. Return
to the previous screen by pressing [[].
Stopping
Playing
The message "Do you want to quit playing the scenario?" is
displayed when you press the [Esc] button. Close by selecting
"Exit" and pressing the [Enter] button. Continue playback by
selecting "Return" and pressing the [Enter] button.
The following functions of the projector can be used when projecting a
scenario or image file with PC Free.
• Freeze
• A/V Mute
• E-zoom
For details on the various functions, see the projector User’s Guide.
Projecting image and movie files
Image files from a digital camera and image files and movie files
stored on a USB storage device can be projected using PC Free by
either of the following two methods. You can project single files or all
files in order.
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B Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
image file or movie file you want to project.
Attention
The USB storage device is accessed frequently when playing back
movie files. Do not disconnect the USB storage device at this time.
PC Free may not operate correctly.
Image file
Because the remote control is used to perform all of the following steps,
button names indicate remote control buttons.
Projecting Images/Movies
Procedure
A Start PC Free. s p.56
C Press [Enter].
The image or movie starts to play back.
The content of the connected digital camera or USB storage device
is displayed.
D The following operations return you to the file list.
• While projecting still images: Press the [Esc] button.
• While projecting movies: Press the [Esc] button. On the screen
that is displayed, select "Exit", and then press the [Enter] button.
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Projecting image and movie files
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• JPEG format images can be rotated during projection.
s p.59
• You can perform the following operations using the
remote control while playing movie files.
Fast-forward: Press the [ ] button
Rewind: Press the [ ] button
Freeze (Pause): Press the [
] button
Three fast-forward/rewind speeds are available, and the
speed changes each time the button is pressed.
To return to normal playback, press the [Enter] button.
Audio is not output while fast-forwarding, rewinding, or
pausing is in progress.
Projecting all Image and Movie Files in a Folder in
Sequence (Slide show)
You can project image and movie files in a folder in sequence, one at a
time. This function is called Slide show.
q
You can set display conditions, such as projecting
repeatedly and adding effects to the display when files are
being switched. To change the movie files and image files
automatically when you run Slide show, set the screen
switching time in the PC Free option menu to anything
other than "No". The default setting is "No". s p.64
Procedure
A Start PC Free. s p.56
The content of the connected digital camera or USB storage device
is displayed.
B Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor over
the folder for slide show that is to be run and press
[Enter].
C Select
"Slide show" from the file list screen, and
then press the [Enter] button.
The Slide show starts.
When the last file is projected, the file list is displayed again
automatically. If you set "Continuous Play" to "ON" in the Options
window, projection will start from the beginning again when the end
is reached. s p.64
Just as with a scenario, you can proceed to the next screen, return
to the previous screen, or stop playback during projection of a Slide
show. s "Operating During a Presentation" p.61
q
If the screen switching time setting has been set to "No",
the files will not change automatically when you run a Slide
show. Press the [Enter] or []] button on the remote control
to continue to the next file.
Setting Image and Movie File Display Conditions and Operation Mode
You can set the display conditions and operation mode for playing
back image or movie files as a Slide show in PC Free.
Procedure
A Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor on the
folder where display conditions are to be set, then
Display order
You can set the order of the files to be displayed.
You can select sorting of the files into either file
name order or revision date order.
Continuous
Play
You can determine whether to repeat the Slide
show.
Screen
switching time
You can set the time for a single file to be displayed
when running a Slide show. You can set a time from
1 to 60 seconds. Or if you don’t want the files to
change automatically during the Slide show, select
"No". If you select “No”, press the [Enter] button
on the remote control to continue to the next file
during the Slide show.
Effect
This sets the transition effects between files.
press the [Esc] button.
B Select
"Option" in the displayed menu and press the
[Enter] button.
C Make
your desired settings on the displayed option
screen.
Enable settings by positioning the cursor on the target item and
pressing the [Enter] button.
Details of the items are given below.
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D Use
the [
] buttons to position the cursor over
"OK" and press [Enter].
The settings are applied.
If you do not want to apply the settings, position the cursor on
"Cancel" and press the [Enter] button.
Preparing a Scenario
(Using EMP SlideMaker2)
This chapter describes how to create and send scenario.
Scenario Summary ............................................. 66
• Editing a Scenario ............................................................ 78
Files that Can be Included in Scenarios ........... 67
Adding files and slides................................................................... 78
Deleting a slide .............................................................................. 78
Changing the order of slides .......................................................... 78
Turning a PowerPoint File into a Scenario....... 68
Converting all files in a single operation
without starting up SlideMaker2 ....................... 69
Starting up SlideMaker2
and Converting Files .......................................... 71
Scenario creation procedure ...........................................................71
• Setting Scenario Properties ..............................................71
• Including PowerPoint Files in Scenarios ........................73
Including all slides in a PowerPoint file.........................................74
Including only selected slides while checking thumbnails ............76
• Including Image and Movie Files in Scenarios...............77
Sending Scenarios..............................................79
Cases Like These ................................................81
• Checking the Projection Scenario Status from a
Computer81
• Setting Animations ........................................................... 82
• Setting the Slide Animation ............................................. 82
Scenario Summary
66
A scenario is a combination of PowerPoint, image, and movie files,
arranged in a projection order and saved as a single file. You can create
Scenario files with EMP SlideMaker2.
Making a scenario allows you to easily and efficiently prepare presentation
material by extracting the necessary parts of files, and arranging them in
order without editing the original files.
Create the PowerPoint file, the image files,
and the movie files
From a computer
EMP SlideMaker2
Converting all files in a
single operation without
starting up SlideMaker2
Converting all files in a single operation by
starting up SlideMaker2
PowerPoint
file
There are two ways of using EMP
SlideMaker2 to convert a PowerPoint
presentation into a scenario.
From a computer
• Drag & drop PowerPoint files to the
EMP SlideMaker2 icon on the desktop
s p.69
• Starting up SlideMaker2 and
Converting Files s p.71
Scenario file
Sending Scenarios s p.79
PC Free
Transfer the created scenarios to store them on a USB storage device
connected to the computer. Then, connect the USB storage device to
the projector so that you can use the projector's PC Free function to
project the scenario.
For information about connecting USB storage devices, see the
projector User’s Guide.
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EMP SlideMaker2 should be installed into the computer.
For details on installing EMP SlideMaker2, see s p.10
Projecting Scenarios s p.60
From the projector
Files that Can be Included in Scenarios
Any of the following file types can be combined into a single file to
create a scenario.
File Type
(Extension)
Type
PowerPoint
Image
Movie
Audio
Notes
.ppt
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000/2002/
2003
.pptx
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007
.bmp
Cannot reproduce images with a
resolution greater than 1024 ^ 768.
.jpg
Any version. However, CMYK color
formats and progressive formats
cannot be played back.
.mpg
MPEG2-PS
Movies that exceed a maximum size
of 720 ^ 576 or are not in the same
format as a DVD (sequence header
arranged for each GOP) cannot be
played back.
The reproducible audio format is
MPEG1 Layer 2.Linear PCM and
AC-3 audio cannot be played back.
.wav
PCM, 22.05/44.1/48.0 kHz,
8/16bit
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• The following slide transition effects and animation
settings in the PowerPoint "Slide Show" menu are
reflected in a scenario.
• Fly
• Blinds
• Box
• Checkerboard
• Crawl
• Dissolve
• Peek
• Random Bars
• Spiral
• Split
• Stretch
• Strips
• Swivel
• Wipe
• Zoom
Effects for screen transitions other than those mentioned
above are converted to "Cut", and animation is converted
to "Animation Rules (Default: Cut)". s p.82
• If you want to play the image and movie files in the table
on the left individually, they need not be made into
scenarios. After saving the file to a USB storage device,
direct playback and projection with PC Free are possible
by connecting the USB storage device to the projector.
s p.62
The following table indicates whether scenarios created by the
included software of other projectors can be opened by EMP
SlideMaker2 of this projector.
Projector
Software
Can be Opened with this
Projector's EMP SlideMaker2
PowerLite G5350NL/
G5150NL
PowerLite 1825/1815p
PowerLite 1715c/1705c
PowerLite 7850p
PowerLite 835p
PowerLite 765c/755c/
745c/737c
PowerLite 735c
EMP SlideMaker2
Yes
PowerLite 8150c
EMP Scenario
No^
PowerLite 715/505c
EMP SlideMaker
No^
Turning a PowerPoint File into a Scenario
PowerPoint files can be converted to scenarios by the following three
methods. When you want to use a PowerPoint file as is, use either
method 1 or 2.
1
2
3
Batch conversion without starting EMP Slidemaker2
All of the slides in a PowerPoint presentation can be batch-converted into
a scenario. s "Converting all files in a single operation without starting
up SlideMaker2" p.69
Include a PowerPoint file from the file list
After the PowerPoint files have been batch converted to create scenarios,
an image or movie file can then be converted to create another scenario.
s "Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files" p.71
Include only the slides you want from the thumbnails
Select only the PowerPoint slides you need and then convert them to a
scenario. s p.71
q
• When creating scenarios with methods 1 to 2, the
following animations
set in PowerPoint are also reflected in the scenario.
• Fly
• Blinds
• Box
• Checkerboard
• Crawl
• Dissolve
• Peek
• Random Bars
• Spiral
• Split
• Stretch
• Strips
• Swivel
• Wipe
• Zoom
• Animations other than those mentioned above are
replaced by the animations in "Animation Rules (Default:
Cut)". s p.82
• The picture quality for scenarios created with method 1 is
"Normal". When you want to create a scenario with a
high image quality, use methods 2 or 3.
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The following table shows the differences among methods 1, 2, and 3.
Image Quality
Animation
Reflection
Send Scenario
1
"Normal" fixed
Reflected
Continuous
operation*1
2
Select from "Highest
Quality", "High Quality" and
"Normal"
Reflected
Continuous
operation*1
3
Select from "Highest
Quality", "High Quality" and
"Normal"
Not reflected
Operating later*2
*1 When scenario creation is complete, the "Send Scenario" screen is
automatically displayed.
*2 After creating the scenario, perform "Sending Scenarios" s p.79.
Converting all files in a single operation without starting up SlideMaker2
The following explains how a scenario can be created easily, without
starting EMP SlideMaker2.
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• Note that the following is not possible if EMP
SlideMaker2 has been started. Close EMP SlideMaker2
first.
• After the scenarios have been incorporated, they will
include the animation set with PowerPoint. When
projecting with PC Free, this animation will be enabled.
s p.68
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A Connect
the USB storage device to the computer to
save the scenario.
B Drag
and drop the icon for your PowerPoint file to
the program icon of EMP SlideMaker2 on the
desktop.
Note that, in this case, it is not possible to select multiple
PowerPoint files and convert them as a batch. Select only one file
for conversion.
Procedure
EMP SlideMaker2 starts.
C Check the message and click "Continue".
Converting all files in a single operation without starting up SlideMaker2
D Check the message and click "Start".
EMP Slidemaker 2 converts the file to a scenario. The Slide show
is displayed during conversion.
If you stop the Slide show midway, the scenario closes without
being created.
E Once
the Slide show reaches the end, click the
screen.
You see the Send Scenario dialog box.
F Select
the drive and the folder where the USB
storage device is connected and click "OK".
Go to step 3 in "Sending Scenarios" s p.79.
q
Scenarios made by dragging & dropping automatically take
the name "Scnxxxx" (where xxxx is a number).
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
Verify the following points before creating a scenario.
• The data to be combined to create a scenario, such as PowerPoint,
image and movie files, must be created in advance.
• Only file types listed under "Files that Can be Included in Scenarios"
can be used. s p.67
f Scenario creation procedure
Scenarios are created with the following procedure.
Start EMP SlideMaker2 and set the scenario properties
(such as scenario name, background color, and
image quality). s p.71
Include the files to be used in the scenario.
s "Including PowerPoint Files in Scenarios" p.73
s "Including Image and Movie Files in Scenarios" p.77
Sort the included files into the desired order to
complete the scenario. s p.78
q
Once the scenario has been created, carry out the steps in
"Sending Scenarios". s p.79
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Setting Scenario Properties
Procedure
A Select
"Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") "EPSON Projector" - "EMP SlideMaker2".
EMP SlideMaker2 starts, and the scenario properties are displayed.
B Select your scenario properties, then click "OK".
For more information, see below.
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Scenario Name
Enter the file name for the created scenario. Be
sure to enter the file name. The file name can
consist of up to 8 upper case letters and numerals.
Limit the total number of characters of the file
name and the directory name for the scenario
folder to 127 or less.
Scenario Folder
Specify where to create the scenario folder to be
used while creating the scenario. The name of the
scenario folder will be the same as the name of
the scenario.
Configure BGM
If you would like to play BGM (background
music) during the scenario, check the box. The
audio file (WAVE format) selection window is
displayed if this is selected. On this window,
select the file to be used as BGM.
After selecting the audio file, play the file by clicking
the " " button on the right.
Stop playback by clicking the " " button.
Background Color Selects the background color for image data in
the scenario.
Image Quality
With EMP SlideMaker2, each slide in a
PowerPoint file will be converted into a JPEG file
and saved. This item lets you select the image
quality when the slides are converted to JPEG
files.
If you select "Standard", the quality will be
lower. For best results, select "Highest image
quality" or "High Quality".
If JPEG files have been included directly into a
scenario, this setting will be ignored and the
JPEG file will be projected with its original
image quality.
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The setting details can be changed in the "File" "Properties" menu of EMP SlideMaker2.
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
Including PowerPoint Files in Scenarios
The following window will be displayed.
Folder window
Scenario window
This window is used to
create scenarios.
Cell
A scenario is made up of
a series of single slides
called cells.
Animation check
window
Thumbnail window
Preview thumbnail images of the file that is clicked on in the file
window.
File window
The files in the folder that is selected in the folder window appear here.
q
Refer to the EMP SlideMaker2 help for details on the EMP
SlideMaker2 menu functions.
PowerPoint files can be included into scenarios with the following two
methods.
• If you convert your PowerPoint file without editing it, the scenario will
include the animations you set in PowerPoint. s p.74
• If you include only selected slides, the animations
you set in PowerPoint will not be part of the scenario file. s p.76
q
Movie files included in a PowerPoint file cannot be played
back on the scenario. Movie files must be individually
converted to scenarios.
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
f Including all slides in a PowerPoint file
.JPG: Cells with PowerPoint
animation settings that have been
ignored
.EMA: Cells with PowerPoint
animation settings that have been
retained
Drag and drop the PowerPoint file in the file window to the scenario
window to create a scenario. When scenario creation is complete, the
"Send Scenario" screen is automatically displayed and the scenario can be
transferred.
When slides are included with this method, animation set in PowerPoint
remains effective.
Animation check window
Procedure
q
• Thumbnails cannot be displayed if PowerPoint is not
installed on your computer.
• Although animations can be set in the properties window
of EMP SlideMaker2, animations set in advance in the
PowerPoint file operate more smoothly when played in the
scenario. To set animations in PowerPoint slides, we
recommend you set them in the PowerPoint file itself. If
you want to make animation settings for images, or if you
want to add animation settings to slides that lost their
animation settings when they were included in the
scenario, make the settings in the properties window of
EMP SlideMaker2. s p.83
A Connect the USB storage device to your computer.
B Select
"Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") "EPSON Projector" - "EMP SlideMaker2".
EMP SlideMaker2 starts, and the scenario properties are displayed.
C Set the scenario properties. s p.71
D Select
the folder containing the target PowerPoint
file in the folder window.
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
E Drag
and drop the PowerPoint file from the file
window to the scenario window.
G Click "Start".
Or, double-click the target PowerPoint file icon in the file window.
The conversion to a scenario starts and the Slide show is performed
automatically.
If the [Esc] key on the keyboard is pressed during the Slide show,
the Slide show is canceled and the scenario is not created.
H When the Slide show ends, click the screen.
You see the Send Scenario dialog box.
F Click "Continue".
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
I Select
the drive and the folder where the USB
storage device is connected and click "OK".
f Including only selected slides while checking thumbnails
Use the following procedure to include only selected slides from a
PowerPoint file into a scenario. Note that when this method is used to
include the slides, any animations that have been set using PowerPoint are
ignored.
Procedure
Go to step 3 in "Sending Scenarios" s p.79.
q
When you create a scenario with only one PowerPoint file,
you don’t need to open EMP Slidemaker. s p.69
A Click
the icon for your PowerPoint file in the file
window.
B Double-click
the thumbnails that you want to
include into the scenario.
The selected slides will be displayed in the scenario window.
To select more than one slide and include them all at once,
(1) Click the additional slides one at a time in the thumbnail
window.
All slides that you click will be selected.
If you click a slide that is already selected, it becomes
unselected.
(2) Once all the target slides have been selected, drag one of the
selected slides into the scenario window and drop it at the place
where it is to be added.
All of the selected slides will then be added to the scenario.
Go to step 3 in "Sending Scenarios". s p.79.
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
Including Image and Movie Files in Scenarios
Image files and movie files can be included into a scenario.
Folder window
Scenario window
C Double-click
the icon of the target image file in the
file window.
The selected file is displayed in the scenario window and included
in the scenario.
D Tokeybatch
add more than one file, hold down the [Ctrl]
on the keyboard while clicking the files icons to
be added. Once all the files to be added have been
selected, drag one of the selected files into the
scenario window and drop it at the place where it is
to be added.
All of the selected files will then be added to the scenario.
q
Thumbnail window
File window
Procedure
A Click the target folder in the folder window.
The files that are contained in the folder will be displayed as a list
in the file window.
B Click the icon of the image file in the file window.
The contents of the image file are displayed in the thumbnail
window.
For movie files, an icon will be displayed in the thumbnail window.
To deselect all of the selected files, click the white area
outside the icon.
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Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files
Editing a Scenario
With PC Free, the scenarios in the scenario window are handled in order,
starting from the top.
You can add and delete slides and files from a scenario or change their
order to edit the scenario.
f Adding files and slides
Procedure
f Deleting a slide
Procedure
Right-click in the cell to be deleted and then select "Clear"
or "Cut" from the shortcut menu.
f Changing the order of slides
Procedure
Drag files that are displayed in the file window or
PowerPoint slides that are displayed in the thumbnail
window into the scenario window and drop them in the
place where they are to be added.
Drag and drop a cell in the scenario window to change the
order of cells.
You can also display the shortcut menu, select "Cut" and
then select "Paste".
The newly changed scenario will be transferred.
Go to step 3 in "Sending Scenarios" s p.79.
You can drag and drop the target files or slides to add
them to the scenario window.
The newly changed scenario will be transferred.
Go to procedure 3 s p.79.
Sending Scenarios
To project a created scenario by the projector, send the scenario to a
USB storage device using "Send Scenario" in EMP SlideMaker2.
Specify a USB storage device that is connected to the computer's
USB port as the destination.
It is also possible to set automatic projection and continuous projection
of a scenario at projector startup. The automatic projection function is
called autorun.
q
• When "Send Scenario" is performed, the scenario file is
saved in the destination under the name "Scenario
name.sit". Also, a folder with the same name as the
scenario is created and each screen is converted to image
files and saved according to image quality. However, in PC
Free a folder with the same name as the scenario is not
displayed.
• If you perform "Send Scenario" without saving, a folder
with the same name as the scenario name and a "scenario
name.sit" file are created in the scenario folder. Each
screen is converted to image files and saved in the created
folder according to the image quality.
Procedure
A Once
the scenario is completed, connect a USB
storage device to the computer and then select
"Scenario Options" - "Send Scenario".
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B Adisplayed.
dialog box to specify the destination drive is
Select the drive and the folder where the
USB storage device is connected and click "OK".
C When
a confirmation message is displayed, click
"OK".
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Sending Scenarios
D When
transfer is complete, a message is displayed
confirming whether to perform autorun setup. If you
want to set autorun, click "OK" and continue with
the next step. Otherwise, click "Cancel" to close.
When projecting a scenario repeatedly
To start projecting from the first scenario again once projection of
all scenarios in the "Autorun Scenario List" is complete, select
"Revive" check box.
q
All scenario files within the destination drive are displayed in the
scenario list on the left in the format "Folder name/File name".
• Autorun can also be set by selecting "Scenario Option" "Edit Autorun".
• Autorun setting cannot be specified in EasyMP for PC Free.
• If there are two or more files set for autorun, they are
played back in order from the top on the "Autorun
Scenario List".
F When the scenario for autorun is set, click "OK".
G Remove the USB storage device from the computer.
H After
finishing transferring your scenario, connect
the USB storage device to the projector and start
See the computer's user's guide for the removal method.
projection using PC Free. s p.56
E When using autorun
To set a scenario to run automatically when the projector power is
turned on, click the target scenario name in the scenario list, and
click " ".
The scenario is displayed in the autorun scenario list on the right
and set as an autorun file.
A scenario file in a folder with deep hierarchy or with a long folder
name cannot be selected.
Cases Like These
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Checking the Projection Scenario Status from a
Computer
You can use your computer to preview your scenario. All of the structural
elements of the scenario such as images, animation, and BGM
(background music) can be played.
The following table shows the functions of each button.
Freeze
Stops playback and returns to the first slide.
Pause
Pauses the slides when "Automatically after" is
selected for "Advance". s p.83
Play
Starts the scenario preview. Also, this restarts
stopped or paused scenarios. The following slide is
displayed when "On mouse click" is set for
"Advance". s p.83
Rewind
Returns to the previous slide or returns to the screen
prior to the animation. The animation effects are not
performed upon return.
Procedure
A Open
the scenario you want to check in EMP
SlideMaker2.
B Select "Scenario Options" - "Scenario Preview".
Fastforward
Volume
Status bar
The Scenario Preview screen is displayed.
Proceeds to the next slide or shows the screen after
animation performance. At this time the animation
effects are not performed.
Performs volume control. Adjusts the volume of
BGM (background music).
Displays the progress of the scenario on a bar. At
first there is no bar display, and then the bar extends
from left to right as the scenario progresses. The
scenario ends at the right hand side of the bar.
C After
you finish checking, click " " at the top right
of the window to close the scenario preview screen.
Status bar
Volume
Stop Pause
Play Rewind
Fast-forward
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Cases Like These
Setting Animations
Setting the Slide Animation
The following PowerPoint animations can be displayed in a scenario.
• Fly
• Crawl
• Spiral
• Swivel
• Blinds
• Dissolve
• Split
• Wipe
• Box
• Peek
• Stretch
• Zoom
• Checkerboard
• Random Bars
• Strips
Other PowerPoint animations are converted to the “Cut” animation by
default. You can choose a different type of default animation.
Procedure
A Start EMP SlideMaker2.
B Select
"Scenario Option" - "Animation Replacement
Candidate".
C Select the set animation.
Click "Cancel" if screen properties is displayed.
With EMP SlideMaker2, you can set effects similar to the animation
effects of PowerPoint for each cell in the scenario. You can project the
slides that retain the animation set in PowerPoint by setting projection
time or animation for each divided scene. In this case, right-click the
target animation in the animation check window and click "Cell
Properties".
q
If animations set in PowerPoint in advance are included in
a scenario, the animations operate smoothly during
scenario playback. To set animations in PowerPoint slides,
we recommend you set them in the PowerPoint file itself. If
you want to make animation settings for image files, or if
you want to add animation settings to slides that lost their
animation settings when they were included in the scenario,
add the settings using the following method.
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Cases Like These
B The
"Properties" screen is displayed. Set each of
the items with reference to the following table, and
Procedure
A Right-click
in the target cell or the animation,
and select "Cell Properties".
then click "OK".
When making the same settings for multiple cells or animations,
select multiple cells by holding down the [Shift] key or the [Ctrl]
key on the keyboard, right-click and then select "Cell Properties".
Cell
Animation
Advance
When "Automatically after" is selected, you can set
the switching time from 0 to 1800 seconds. When
"On mouse click" is selected, switch slides by
pressing the []] or [[] buttons on the remote
control during projection.
Animation
Effects
You can specify the effects to use during screen
transition.
Select the "Direction" depending on the animation
selected.
The following are examples of the effects.
Fly: The image changes from the direction specified.
Box In: The image changes from the inside.
Appendix
Connection Limitations ...................................... 85
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Supported Resolutions......................................................85
Display Color .....................................................................85
Connection Number ..........................................................85
Others .................................................................................85
When Using Windows Vista.............................................86
Limitations when projecting from Windows Photo Gallery ..........86
Limitations in Windows Aero ........................................................86
Troubleshooting..................................................87
Software Requirements ......................................97
Connection Limitations
When projecting computer images while running of EMP NS
Connection, the following restrictions apply.
Supported Resolutions
The following computer screen resolutions can be projected. You cannot
connect to a computer with a resolution higher than UXGA.
• VGA 640 ^ 480
• SVGA 800 ^ 600*
• XGA 1024 ^ 768*
• SXGA 1280 ^ 960
• SXGA 1280 ^ 1024*
• SXGA+ 1400 ^ 1050*
• UXGA 1600 ^ 1200
* Supported resolutions when multi-screen display function is on.
When the following message is displayed, connect after setting the
computer's resolution to SXGA or less.
One or more connected projectors do not support resolutions greater than
SXGA. Reduce the screen resolution and reconnect.
For screen sizes with height/width ratios not listed above, a screen
resolution closest to the width is selected. This allows wide screens to fit,
but narrower screens may appear with vertical black bands at the edges.
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Display Color
The number of colors for computer screens can be projected.
Windows
Macintosh
16-bit color
About 32,000 colors (16-bit)
24-bit color
-
32-bit color
About 16.7 million colors (32-bit)
The operational guarantee for multi-screen display is 16-bit and 32-bit
color.
Connection Number
You can connect up to four projectors to one computer and project
simultaneously.
You cannot connect multiple computers to one projector simultaneously.
Others
• If the transmission speed of the wireless LAN is low, the network might
be cut off easily even if you connect and shut down unexpectedly.
• Audio is not transmitted.
• When movies are played back, they do not play back as smoothly as
when displayed on the computer.
• Applications that use 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.
Connection Limitations
When Using Windows Vista
Note the following points when using EMP NS Connection with a
computer running Windows Vista.
f Limitations when projecting from Windows Photo Gallery
Note the following two limitations when using Windows Photo Gallery
when running EMP NS Connection.
• Slide shows are played back in simple mode when projecting from
Windows Photo Gallery.
Because the toolbar is not displayed, you cannot make changes while
playing a "Theme" (effects), regardless of the "Windows Experience
Index" rating.
Once simple mode has started, you cannot change modes while
Windows Photo Gallery is running even if you close EMP NS
Connection. Restart Windows Photo Gallery.
• You cannot play movies.
f Limitations in Windows Aero
Note the following two limitations when the window design for your
computer is Windows Aero.
• Layered windows are projected regardless of the "Transfer layered
window" setting in "Set Options".
For example, when "Transfer layered window" for the EMP NS
Connection toolbar is disabled, it should not be displayed on the
computer's screen, however the toolbar is projected.
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• A few minutes after you connect a computer to the projector over a
network with EMP NS Connection, the following message is 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.
Troubleshooting
If any of the following problems occur, refer to the pages given for
each problem.
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Problems concerning monitoring and control
f E-mail is not sent even if an
Problems concerning EasyMP
f EMP NS Connection cannot be used to make a connection
s p.88
f Sudden changes to the EasyMP screen s p.88
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, the
projected image remains as is, and a connection cannot be
made from another computer. s p.88
f The projector is not found when EMP NS Connection is
started s p.89
f Cannot connect in "Advanced Connection Mode" or wired
LAN connection s p.90
f The image and sound for movies with EMP NS Connection
are not displayed, the image is slow to appear, or either the
movie or audio stop s p.91
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, a
PowerPoint Slide show cannot be started s p.91
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, the
screen does not refresh when running an Office application.
s p.92
f Cannot use a PowerPoint file with EMP SlideMaker2 s p.92
f Error message when starting up EMP NS Connection
s p.92
f Error message when starting up EMP SlideMaker2 s p.94
f Cannot project with Quick Wireless Connection s p.95
f Trouble with the USB key for Quick Wireless Connection
s p.95
abnormality occurs in the
projector s p.96
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Troubleshooting
f EMP NS Connection cannot be used to make a connection
Check the message at the bottom-left of the screen and then apply the following countermeasures.
Error Messages
Remedy
The application version used is not supported.
You are using an old version of EMP NS Connection. A connection cannot be made. Install the current
version from the "EPSON Projector Software for Meeting & Presentation CD-ROM" supplied with the
projector.
f Sudden changes to the EasyMP screen
ERR at the bottom left of the screen: Check the numbers and make the following remedies.
ERR Number
Error Meaning
Remedy
2,50,53,245,-103
Failed to startup EasyMP.
Turn the power for the projector off and then back on again.
51,52,100
Failed to process EasyMP.
If you’re using EMP NS Connection, restart EMP NS Connection.
If you’re projecting via USB, reconnect the USB cable.
-101
Communication was cut off from the access point.
Check the access point operation.
-102,-105
Wireless communication is unstable.
Network traffic may be high. Wait a while, then try reconnecting.
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, the projected image remains as is, and a connection cannot be made from another
computer.
Check
Did the presenter leave the conference room without
cutting off the network connection?
Remedy
With EMP NS Connection, the connection with the computer that was previously connected can be cut off
when another computer tries to connect with the projector, and it connects with the computer that is trying to
connect.
Therefore, when a projector keyword is not set for the projector, or if you know the projector keyword, you
can cut off the current connection and, if you perform a connection operation, you can connect to the
projector.
When a projector keyword is set for the projector, if you do not know the projector keyword, cut off
projection from the projector and reconnect. To cut off connection from the projector, press the [Esc] button
on the remote control, select "Close" from the close menu and press the [Enter] button on the remote control.
When it cuts off, you can connect from the target computer.
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Troubleshooting
f The projector is not found when EMP NS Connection is started
Check
Remedy
Is the wireless LAN unit connected?
For Wireless LAN
Check that the supplied wireless LAN unit is securely connected.
Is the projector's configuration menu open?
While the configuration menu is displayed, network connection becomes invalid. Close the configuration
menu and return to the EasyMP standby screen.
Are the computer's LAN card and the built-in LAN
function available?
Check that LAN is valid by checking "Control Panel" -"System" in the device manager and so on.
Is the projector’s SSID the same as that of the access Set a different SSID. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
point?
Quick Connection Mode
Is the DHCP function for wired LAN turned ON?
Quick Connection Mode
Turn OFF the "DHCP" setting for "Wired LAN" from the configuration menu. See the projector User’s Guide
for more information.
Was the network adapter used selected correctly with If the computer has multiple LAN environments, it cannot connect unless the network adapter is selected
EMP NS Connection?
correctly. When using a computer running Windows, start EMP NS Connection, and select the network
adapter you are using from "Set Options" -"Switch LAN". s p.47
For wireless LAN connection, is the wireless LAN
setting enabled when the computer is in power save
mode?
Enable the wireless LAN.
Are there any obstacles between the access point and Sometimes interference prevents the projector from being found in a search. Check for any obstacles between
the computer or projector?
the access point and the computer or projector, and change their position to improve communication.
For Wireless LAN
Is the computer's wireless LAN broadcast strength set Set the broadcast strength to maximum.
to low?
Does the wireless LAN conform to 802.11g, 802.11b,
or 802.11a?
The wireless LAN unit is only compatible with standards 802.11g, 802.11b, and 802.11a, and not with other
standards such as 802.11.
Is the firewall turned off, or has the firewall been
registered as an exception?
For Wireless LAN
When you do not wish to turn off the firewall or register the firewall as an exception, make the necessary
settings to open the ports.
The ports used by EMP NS Connection are "3620", "3621", and "3629".
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Troubleshooting
Check
Is the network cable connected correctly?
For Wired LAN
Remedy
Check that the network cable is connected correctly. Reconnect it if it is not connected or not connected
properly.
f Cannot connect in "Advanced Connection Mode" or wired LAN connection
Check
Remedy
Are the SSID for the computer, access point, and
projector different?
Set the computer, the access point, and the projector to the same SSID. See the projector User’s Guide for
more information.
Are the WEP keys set properly?
When selecting WEP from "Security", set the access point, the computer, and the projector to the same WEP
key. See the projector User’s Guide for more information
Are the connection denial functions, such as MAC
Set the projector to allow connections from the access point.
address restrictions and port restrictions, set correctly
at the access point?
Are the IP address, the subnet mask, and the gateway When not using a DHCP, adjust each setting. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
address for the access point and the projector set
correctly?
Are the access point and the projector's subnet
different?
Select "Manual search" from EMP NS Connection, specify the IP address, and connect.
s p.40
f The Slide show cannot be displayed on the desired display when using the multi-screen display.
Check
Are you using PowerPoint 2002 or an earlier version?
For Windows
Remedy
To set and use two or more virtual displays, use PowerPoint 2003, or limit the number of virtual displays to
one before displaying the Slide show.
f Applications are no longer displayed from the computer's screen when using the multi-screen display.
Check
Is another application running on the virtual display?
For Windows
Remedy
When EPSON Virtual Display is installed, another application sometimes runs on the virtual display. If this
happens, set "EPSON Virtual Display" to "Off" in "Screen properties".
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Troubleshooting
f The mouse cursor is not displayed on the computer's screen.
Check
Is EPSON Virtual Display installed?
For Windows
Remedy
The mouse cursor was moved onto the virtual displayg. When the virtual display check box is cleared on the
"Add and Remove EPSON Virtual Display" screen, the mouse pointer returns to the screen display area.
f The image and sound for movies with EMP NS Connection are not displayed, the image is slow to appear, or either the movie or audio stop
Check
Did you try to play back movies with Media Player or
try to operate the screen saver preview?
Remedy
Depending on the computer, the movie play back screen in Media Player may not be displayed, and the screen
saver preview may not be displayed normally.
Is WEP encryption effective, or are multiple projectors The display speed decreases when WEP encryption is effective or multiple projectors are connected.
connected?
Have you enabled DHCP?
When DHCP is set to "On" in "Advanced Connection Mode" or "Wired LAN connection", if a DHCP server
is not found, it takes time to enter EasyMP standby status.
Was EMP NS Connection started while a movie was
playing, or were the resolution and color number
changed?
For Macintosh
When playing back movies, start EMP NS Connection first before starting play back. If you see a problem
after you change the screen resolution or number of colors during movie playback, try moving, minimizing,
or resizing the playback window.
Is wireless LAN 802.11g/b being used in "Quick
Connection Mode"?
Depending on the electromagnetic wave environment, there are times when the image and sound for movies
may stop. When using the movie sending function, use "Advanced Connection Mode" or wireless LAN
802.11a in "Quick Connection Mode".
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, a PowerPoint Slide show cannot be started
Check
Was EMP NS Connection started while PowerPoint
was starting?
For Windows
Remedy
When connecting with EMP NS Connection, make sure you close PowerPoint first. The slide show might not
run if you start PowerPoint before EMP NS Connection.
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Troubleshooting
f When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, the screen does not refresh when running an Office application.
Check
Is the mouse moved continuously?
Remedy
When you stop moving the mouse cursor, the screen is updated. If the screen does not update quickly, stop
moving the mouse cursor.
f Cannot use a PowerPoint file with EMP SlideMaker2
Check
Remedy
Is a PowerPoint file (.ppt) with a PowerPoint 95/97
format being used?
EMP SlideMaker 2 does not support PowerPoint 95 or 97. Files created in these versions of PowerPoint must
be opened and resaved in PowerPoint 2000 or later. s p.67
If a PowerPoint file (.ppt) cannot be included in a
scenario, or it cannot be displayed as a thumbnail, is
the Microsoft Office JPEG converter installed?
Install the JPEG converter. See the Microsoft Office User's Guide for details on installing the JPEG converter.
f Error message when starting up EMP NS Connection
Check
Remedy
Failed to connect to the projector.
Try to connect again. If it still does not connect, check the network settings on the computer and the network
settings for the projector's EasyMP.
For details on the network settings to be made on the projector, see the projector User’s Guide.
The keyword does not match. Check how it is
displayed by the projector, and enter the correct
keyword.
Check the projector's keyword displayed on the EasyMP screen, and enter the projector's keyword.
The selected projector is busy. Do you want to
continue the connection process?
You tried to connect to a projector that is connected to another computer.
When the "Yes" button is clicked, it connects to the projector. The connection between the projector and the
other computer is cut off.
When the "No" button is clicked, it does not connect to the projector.
The connection between the projector and the other computer is maintained.
Failed to reset EMP NS Connection.
Restart EMP NS Connection. If the message still appears, uninstall and then reinstall EMP NS Connection.
s p.10
Cannot connect because the keyword was wrong.
When connecting to a projector for which a projector keyword has been set, the wrong keyword is entered.
Check the keyword that is displayed on the projector's connection standby screen. After the connection is cut
off and then reconnected, enter the projector keyword on the keyword entry screen that is displayed.
s p.17
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Troubleshooting
Check
Remedy
Failed to acquire network adapter information.
Check the following point.
• Is a network adapter installed on the computer?
• Is the driver for the network adapter used installed on the computer?
After checking, restart the computer and connect again.
If you still cannot connect, check the network settings on the computer and the network settings on the
projector.
For details on the network settings to be made on the projector, see the projector User’s Guide.
One or more connected projectors do not support
resolutions greater than SXGA. Reduce the screen
resolution and reconnect.
Change the computer's screen resolution to SXGA (1280 × 1024) or less.
There are projectors that do not respond.
You cannot connect to multiple projectors simultaneously. Check the network settings on the computer and the
network settings on the projector.
For details on the network settings to be made on the projector, see the projector User’s Guide.
Enter the keyword displayed in the projector.
Check the projector's keyword displayed on the EasyMP standby screen, and enter the projector's keyword.
f Network settings are not restored after cutting the connection to the computer with EMP NS Connection.
Check
Are you manually connecting to a wireless LAN when Try connecting to the wireless LAN manually.
the computer starts up?
Quick Connection Mode
Remedy
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Troubleshooting
f Error message when starting up EMP SlideMaker2
Check
Remedy
**
.SIT
**
is already registered.
( Scenario file name)
Scenario files that have already been added to "Autorun Scenario List" cannot be added again. s p.79
Because the folder hierarchy is deep, the scenario file Because the hierarchy of the folder with the scenario file added to "Autorun Scenario List" is deep, it cannot
cannot be selected.
be selected. Change the destination for sending the target scenario file. s p.79
Insufficient storage capacity on the disk.
** An invalid path is included.
** the path name that includes
(
Make space on your drive so that the scenario can be sent.
The path for the file to be opened was not found. Because of the following.
the scenario file name) • The scenario file was moved to another folder since it was last saved with EMP SlideMaker2.
• The folder name containing the scenario file was changed since it was last saved with EMP SlideMaker2.
• The scenario file you are trying to open was deleted. Select "File" - "Open" and open the target scenario file,
or search for it by using the Windows search function and so on.
**
The
**
disk became full during accessing.
Make space on your drive so that the scenario can be sent.
( the path name that includes the scenario file name)
The specified document cannot be opened.
The PowerPoint file you are trying to add to the scenario is corrupted or incompatible. Use another
PowerPoint file.
Specify a different name or a different directory.
A file with this name already exists. Change the scenario name and then save it again.
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Troubleshooting
f Cannot project with Quick Wireless Connection
Check
Remedy
Is the wireless LAN unit connected?
For Wireless LAN
Check that the supplied wireless LAN unit is securely connected.
Is the projector turned on?
Turn on your projector. s p.7
Is the projector information stored in the USB key?
First store the projector information in the USB key, then connect the USB key to your computer. s p.7
Is the USB key for Quick Wireless Connection
connected to your computer?
Connect the USB key to the computer. If the USB key is already connected, disconnect once and then
reconnect it.
If projection fails even then, the information stored in the USB key may have been erased. Access the Epson
website for recovery. Go to http://www.epson.com and select the support section of your local Epson Web
site.
Have you changed the projector settings after you
stored the projector information in the USB key?
Store the projector information again in the USB key.
Then connect the USB key to the computer.
f Trouble with the USB key for Quick Wireless Connection
Check
While projector information was being stored in the
USB key, was there any message, saving or finished,
displayed on the screen?
Remedy
If any message was not displayed, the stored information in the USB key may have been erased. Access the
Epson website for recovery. Go to http://www.epson.com and select the support section of your local Epson
Web site.
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Troubleshooting
f E-mail is not sent even if an abnormality occurs in the projector
Check
Remedy
Is the wireless LAN unit connected?
For Wireless LAN
Check that the supplied wireless LAN unit is securely connected.
Is the network connect setting correct?
Check the projector's network settings. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
Is "Standby Mode" set to "Network On"?
To use the Mail Notification function when the projector is in standby, set "Network On" in "Standby Mode"
from the configuration menu. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.
Did a fatal abnormality occur and the projector come
to a sudden stop?
When the projector comes to a sudden stop, e-mai cannot be sent.
If, after checking the projector, the abnormal state continues, contact Epson as described in the projector
User’s Guide.
Is power being supplied to the projector?
Check that your electrical outlet or power source is functioning correctly.
Is the network cable connected correctly?
For Wired LAN
Check that the network cable is connected correctly. Reconnect it if it is not connected or not connected
properly.
Software Requirements
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The software supplied with the projector runs on computers that meet the following requirements.
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12 MB or more
50 MB or more
20 MB or more
Display
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^ 768)
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colors more than 16 bit colors
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(800 ^ 600)
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greater
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