Projecting with MEMORY VIEWER input. Panasonic PT-LW376

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Chapter 5 Operation of Function - Projecting with MEMORY VIEWER input

Projecting with MEMORY VIEWER input

(Only for PT-LW376, PT-LW336, PT-LB426, PT-LB386 and PT-LB356)

The Memory Viewer function makes it possible to display the still images stored in the USB memory as projected images.

Images that can be played back with the Memory Viewer function

The Memory Viewer function supports the following image files.

Picture

Extension jpg/jpeg bmp png

Format

Baseline coding 24 bits

Progressive RGB 24 bits

Palette-based 1, 4, 8 bits,

RGB 24, 32 bits

True color 24 bits/48 bits

Description

Resolution : 8 x 8 ~ 10 000 x 10 000

Resolution : 8 x 8 ~ 1 280 x 800

The maximum resolution : 1 280 x 800 gif tif / tiff

Palette-based 1, 4, 8 bits,

The maximum resolution : 1 280 x 800

Palette - 24 bits color spaces;

The maximum resolution : 1 280 x 800

The maximum resolution : 1 280 x 800

Note f File size that can be played back is 2 GB at the maximum.

f The total number of folders/files that can be recognized on the projector is 1 000 at the maximum.

f Files protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot be played back.

f It maybe impossible to play even if the file is recorded in the supported format.

Cautions on using USB Memory

Please observe the following.

f Do not put USB memory or its cap within close reach of children. Swallowing them may cause suffocation.

f If the smoke or questionable odor rise, remove the USB memory from the projector, and then contact your dealer.

f Do not put water, chemical or oil to the USB memory. It may cause short out or fire.

f Do not put foreign objects or put metal objects to the USB terminal. It may cause data loss or data corruption.

f Do not remove the USB memory from the projector while data is being read from the USB memory. It may cause data loss or data corruption.

f Do not leave the USB memory in a place with high humidity or dust.

f Do not leave the USB memory in a place where static electricity or electromagnetic radiation is generated.

Note f It is compatible with the USB memory sold in the market.

f It cannot be used the other format other than the formatted with FAT16 and FAT32.

Attaching the USB memory

1) Attach the USB memory firmly into the <USB A (VIEWER/WIRELESS/DC OUT)> terminal.

Attention f Pay attention to the terminal direction to avoid damaging the terminal when attaching the USB memory.

f Attach the USB memory directly into the <USB A (VIEWER/WIRELESS/DC OUT)> terminal of the projector. Do not use a USB extension cable or USB hub.

Removing the USB memory

1) Make sure that the indicator on the USB memory is not flashing, and remove it.

Attention f Please note following points when removing the USB memory.

g When the indicator of the USB memory attached to the projector is blinking, it indicates that the projector is reading the USB memory. Do not remove the USB memory from the projector while the indicator is blinking.

g When using a USB memory that does not have a monitor function such as an indicator, you cannot check the access status to the USB memory. In this case, remove it from the projector after closing the memory viewer function or turning off the projector.

g Do not attach and detach the USB memory in a short time. Wait at least 5 seconds after attaching and then remove the USB memory. If you want to reattach it, wait at least 5 seconds after removal. It takes about 5 seconds for the projector to recognize the USB memory.

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Chapter 5 Operation of Function - Projecting with MEMORY VIEWER input

Displaying the Memory Viewer screen

1) Press the <MEMORY VIEWER/NETWORK> button on the remote control to switch the input source to

MEMORY VIEWER.

f Press the <INPUT> button on the control panel and select the input source in the input guide.

2) Attach the USB memory directly into the <USB A (VIEWER/WIRELESS/DC OUT)> terminal.

f The standby screen “please press RC ENTER” is displayed while the USB memory icon is displayed at the lower left of the screen.

3) Press the <ENTER> button on the remote control.

f The root directory of the USB memory will be displayed in thumbnail on the screen.

Playing the pictures

1) Press asqw on the remote control to select a file you want to play on the memory viewer screen.

2) Press the <ENTER> button on the remote control.

f The picture will display on the full screen.

3) Press w to switch to the next picture, press q to return to the previous picture.

4) Press the <ENTER> button on the remote control.

f Return to the thumbnail screen.

Note f When the recorded number of pixels is smaller than the maximum number of display dot *1 , it will be displayed enlarged maintaining the aspect ratio.

f When the recorded number of pixels is larger than the maximum number of display dot *1 , it will be displayed reduced maintaining the aspect ratio.

f When the recorded number of pixels is the same as the maximum number of display dot *1 , it will neither be enlarged nor reduced, so degradation of image quality can be reduced.

*1 The maximum number of display dot for each product is as follows.

PT-LW376 and PT-LW336: 1 280 x 800

PT-LB426, PT-LB386 and PT-LB356: 1 024 x 768

Executing the slide

All the still images in the same folder will be played continuously according to the setting of [NETWORK] menu →

[MEMORY VIEWER].

1) Press asqw on the remote control to select a file.

2) Press the <MENU> button to select the [NETWORK] → [MEMORY VIEWER] → [SET SLIDE].

3) Press the <ENTER> button on the remote control.

f The slideshow will start.

f Press the <ENTER> button to return to the thumbnail screen.

Note f If you press the <MENU> button during playback in the slideshow, the playback will stop and the a menu displays. The playing will continue when the menu disappears.

Termination of Memory Viewer

1) Press asqw to select the thumbnail which is displayed on the upper left corner.

2) Press the <ENTER> button on the remote control.

f Return to the standby screen “please press RC ENTER”.

Depending on file path length, you may need to repeat Step 1) and Step 2) before returning to the standby screen.

Note f You can also exit Memory Viewer by switching to the input other than MEMORY VIEWER.

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