• The screen images shown in this manual are examples of Mac OS X v10 .7 . The illustrations and screen images may differ from the actual items and screens . Furthermore, the specifications of the software of this product are subject to change without notice. • Do not connect this product to a computer on which WirelessManager is running . The functions may not work properly. Furthermore, do not start WirelessManager while this product is being used. * “WirelessManager” is an abbreviation for the Panasonic’s separate software ‘Wireless Manager mobile edition’ for transferring images . – 3 –...
Computer Environment Required for Connection Check your computer . The computer needs to meet the following requirements in order to use the software of this product . OS : Mac OS X v10 .6 Mac OS X v10 .7 Mac OS X v10 .8 Mac OS X v10 .9 Interface USB 2 .0...
Software Configuration This software consists of the following executable files. • EWS : Software for projecting the screen of a computer from a projector . (See page 9) and ex- porting and importing when transferring projector registration information (tree) to another Easy Wireless Stick (See page 23) Explanation of Select Access Port Screen You can connect a computer and a projector via two types of Select Access Port screen: search list and registered projector tree. For the connection procedures, see “Connecting Computer and Projector” (page 7).
Explanation of Launcher Screen When you specify a projector and connect in the Select Access Port screen, the launcher screen appears. For details on projecting the screen of your computer, see “Projecting Computer Screen from Projector” (page 14). ⑤ ④ ⑥ ⑦ ① ② ③ ① Add a check to connect automatically (page 13) . ② Starts or pauses projection . ③ Stops projection and clears the screen . ④ Minimizes the launcher to the dock . ⑤...
Verify the network ID and other information for the projector, and then perform connection of the projector . ■ Checking the projector 1 . Powering up the projector Turn on the power of the projector . 2 . Setting the input Press the <Panasonic APP> button / <NETWORK> button on the remote control (or press the <INPUT SE- LECT> button on the projector), and switch the input to [Panasonic APPLICATION] or [NETWORK]. A standby screen is displayed in the image projected by the projector. 3 . Checking the projector Check the projector’s wireless LAN connection setting, projector name, and network ID.
■ Checking the projector (cont.) Wireless LAN connecton setting Network ID Projector name Projector name Network ID Wireless LAN connecton setting Wireless LAN connecton setting Projector name Network ID z If the input guidance does not appear, press the <MENU> button of the projector, and on the menu that is now displayed, select [DISPLAY OPTION] [INPUT GUIDE] “ON” or “DETAILED” . 4 . Checking the network status The network setting information can be checked using the projector’s menu. z Press the <MENU> button of the projector and, on the menu that is now displayed, select [NETWORK] ...
■ Connecting using the search list To search for a projector and then connect, use the following procedure . 1 . Connect Easy Wireless Stick . Connect the Easy Wireless Stick to a USB port of the computer . 2 . Run [EWS] . Manually run the [EWS] file in the [EasyWS] CD drive displayed in the Finder.
■ Connecting using the search list (cont.) 4 . Search for the projector Click the button that corresponds to the wireless LAN connection setting displayed on the projector. * If the wireless LAN connection setting is [SIMPLE], [S-DIRECT], or [S-MAP], click [S]. If the wireless LAN connection setting is , , , or , click the corresponding number. Standby screen Search List Screen Notes • This software supports wireless LAN connection settings SIMPLE, S-DIRECT, S-MAP, and 1 to 4 for the pro- jector. If the wireless LAN connection setting of the projector is set to any other setting, set it to SIMPLE, S-DI- RECT, or S-MAP, or any setting from 1 to 4. For details on this setting, see the instruction manual for the projec- tor . • Search results are not updated automatically . To perform the search again, click the wireless LAN connection setting again .
■ Connecting using the registered projector tree To connect using the registered projector tree, use the following procedure . Register the tree (group, projector) in Easy Wireless Stick beforehand. (See page 17) 1 . Connect Easy Wireless Stick . Connect the Easy Wireless Stick to a USB port of the computer . 2 .
■ Connecting using the registered projector tree (cont.) 4 . Connect to the projector . Select a projector displayed in the registered projector tree, and click [Connect] button. Example: If the name of the connection destination projector is “Name1244”, select the projector indicated as “Name1244”, and then click [Connect] button. Notes • The background color changes when a projector is selected. You can also connect by double-clicking the icon for the projector in the registered projector tree screen . • If the corresponding projector could not be found using the registered wireless LAN connection setting, use an- other wireless LAN connection setting to search for the corresponding projector .
■ Connecting using automatic connection If you connect once, you can store the information for connecting to Easy Wireless Stick . Add a check to [Automatic Connection Setting] in the launcher to enable connecting to the projector and starting projection . 1 . Connect Easy Wireless Stick . Connect the Easy Wireless Stick to a USB port of the computer . 2 .
Projecting Computer Screen from Projector When the connection is established, the launcher appears. If you click the [Live] button, the computer screen is projected from the projector . See “Explanation of Launcher Screen” (page 6) . Notes • The launcher is minimized to the dock after live mode starts . • Audio is not sent to the projector, so audio is not output from the projector’s internal speakers or audio device connected to the projector . • Projection is not possible while the projector is in the standby state. Make sure to turn on the projector.
Multi Live Mode ■ Switching from one screen style to another Multi live mode has “4-screen multi style”, “4-screen index style” and “16-screen index style” . ■ How to operate If you first press the [Stop] button on the launcher to stop projection and then select [MULTI-LIVE] from the [NETWORK] menu of the projector and press the <ENTER> button, you can change the style. • 4-screen multi style Assign an area of one quarter of the projector screen to each of up to four computers, and project images on the projector screen .
■ 16-screen index style When the projector is set to “16-screen index style,” connect up to 16 computers to one projector, and simultaneously display the screens for the 16 computers . 1 . Connect the projector and computer (See page 10) in the search list screen or registered tree screen and open the launcher screen (See page 14).
Registering and Editing Tree Information ■ Creating groups 1 . Display the edit menu . Select the [Tree] tab , and [Control]+click [Root] to display the menu. Select [Create New Group]. 2 . Enter the name of the group. Enter the name of the group, and then click [OK] button. Example: Assign the name [3T-3F] to the group for managing projectors . 3 . Save the registration information. Click the [Save] button to save the entered group name to the Easy Wireless Stick. The changed information will not be stored if [Save] button is not clicked.
■ Registering projectors 1 . Display the edit menu . Select the group of the projector registration destination, and then [Control]+click to display the menu . Select [Create New Projector]. 2 . Enter the information of the projector . Enter the wireless LAN connection setting in ① of the projector registration screen, and enter the network ID in ② . For details on how to verify the wireless LAN connection setting and network ID of the projector, see “Checking the projector”...
■ Changing the names of groups 1 . Display the edit menu . Select the group for which you want to change the name, and [Control]+click to display the menu. Select [Prop- erty] . 2 . Enter a new name . Enter a new name, and then click [OK] button. 3 . Save the changed information. Click the [Save] button to save the changed group name to the Easy Wireless Stick. When storing the changed information, be sure to click [Save] button. – 19 –...
■ Changing the registered information of projectors 1 . Display the edit menu . Select the icon of the projector you want to change, and [Control]+click to display the menu . Select and click [Property]. 2 . Enter a new information . Enter the changes, and then click [OK] button.
■ Changing the registered groups of projectors You can change the group of a registered projector by dragging and dropping. 1 . Move a registered projector. Drag the icon of the projector you want to move, and drop it as is on the move destination group . 2 . Save the changed information. Click the [Save] button to save the changed information to the Easy Wireless Stick. When storing the changed information, be sure to click [Save] button.
■ Deleting registered projectors and groups 1 . Display the edit menu . Select the projector or group you want to delete, and [Control]+click to display the menu . Select and click [Delete] . Example: Delete the group [2T-2F] . 2 .
Copying the Tree to Another Easy Wireless Stick You can copy already registered tree information to another Easy Wireless Stick . ■ Exporting 1 . Connect Easy Wireless Stick . Connect Easy Wireless Stick to a USB port of the computer . 2 .
■ Importing 1 . Connect Easy Wireless Stick . Connect Easy Wireless Stick to a USB port of the computer . 2 . Run [EWS] . Manually run the [EWS] file in the [EasyWS] CD drive of Finder. 3 . Click [Open] . Click [File] on the menu bar, and click [Open] on the pull-down menu. 4 . Open the file. Select the file saved during the export, and click [Open] button. 5 . Close the application, and disconnect the Easy Wireless Stick that is the copy source from the comput- er .
■ Projectors cannot be searched. • Depending on the settings on a VW345N series projector, the wireless LAN connection setting, projector name, and network ID may not be displayed or may not be found. In such cases, perform the following. - If [CONNECTION LOCK] is set to [OFF] in the [NETWORK] menu: Press the <Panasonic APP> button on the remote control, and switch the input to [Panasonic APPLICATION]. - If [CONNECTION LOCK] is set to [MEMORY VIEWER] or [Miracast (TM)] in the [NETWORK] menu: Set [CONNECTION LOCK] to [Panasonic APPLICATION]. ■ The projected image stops or communication with the projector is sev- ered in Mac OS X 10.9.
■ Projected video stops midway through when playing back video at full screen in Mac OS X 10.9. • If you start projecting while playing back a video at full screen in Mac OS X 10.9, the projected video may stop midway through. In such cases, change the display size of the playback video. Example: Changing the setting in QuickTime Player If you are using QuickTime Player as your media player, select [View] → [Fit to Screen] in the menu bar. Note • In addition to the information presented here, refer also to the FAQ (frequently asked questions) section in our website (http://panasonic.net/avc/projector/). – 26 –...
Troubleshooting (cont.) Message List The following table shows the messages for the software and the corresponding countermeasures. Software Message Countermeasure The application cannot be started. There may be insufficient resources on the computer currently being used. End other software and then reconnect the Easy Wireless Stick . You cannot use this version of the ap- The OS of the computer currently being used is not plication EWS with this version of Mac supported . Use a computer with a supported OS in- OS X .
Troubleshooting (cont.) Message List (cont.) Software Message Countermeasure “Live Mode” is deactivated . Check the following possible causes. • Check whether live mode has been interrupted by another user . • Check whether the power of the projector is off . If the power is off, turn on the power, perform the search in the Select Access Port screen again, and then try connecting again .