To make the best use of your Epson
in mind and see your User's Guide for more information:
Displaying computer images
To display your computer or laptop image through the document camera,
you'll need two VGA cables (one is included). Connect one cable from your
computer to the document camera, and the other cable from the document
camera to your projector or video display device.
You cannot display computer images through the document camera's S-video
Maintaining good image quality
For best results, use the 6-foot VGA cable included with the document
camera. If you use a longer cable, the image quality may be reduced, especially
if your computer is set to a higher resolution such as SXGA+ or UXGA. If
necessary, set your computer to a lower resolution, or use a distribution
amplifier to reach a greater distance.
Correcting a stretched image
If the image appears stretched when using the document camera's S-video
port, turn off the document camera, and then turn it back on. This resets the
system and corrects the image.
Exporting images to an SD
When you export images from the document camera to an SD card, bear in
mind that the document camera does not have an internal clock. Therefore,
when you view the images on your computer, they will not display a current
time stamp. Also, if you use the document camera to rotate photos taken with
your digital camera, their time stamp will be changed to a default value.
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