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Acer H6510BD Quick Manual

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Acer Projectors
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  • Page 1 Acer Projectors with 3D Technology Quick Guide...
  • Page 2 © 2012 All Rights Reserved. Acer Projector Series Quick Guide Original Issue: 8/2012 Model number: __________________________________ Serial number: ___________________________________ Date of purchase: ________________________________ Place of purchase: ________________________________...
  • Page 3: Using 3D Glasses

    The Acer projector you have bought has integrated DLP and NVIDIA 3D (Optional) technology. If you have connected your projector to a computer, please read sections "Using NVIDIA 3D Vision technology" on page 3 or "Using DLP 3D / NVIDIA 3DTV Play technology"...
  • Page 4: Setting Up A 3D Environment

    Important: Only NVIDIA graphics cards are supported. Download and install the 3D drivers and 3D player from www.nvidia.com/object/3D_Drivers_Downloads.html. You should also download a suitable 3D player such as the one available from www.3dtv.at. Note: You may need to purchase additional software. Ensure you have the NVIDIA 3D glasses and IR-transmitter.
  • Page 5 Check the Enable Stereoscopic 3D option and select the correct display type. In the Select a task... list, select Change Resolution. Make sure the refresh rate of the display has been set to 100/120 Hz (from the appropriate drop- down menu). If you are viewing Blu-ray 3D content over an HDMI 1.4a or later connection, this will be set automatically.
  • Page 6: Using The Stereoscopic Player

    Set 3D to Nvidia 3D Vision. Alternatively, press the Empowering Key on your projector’s remote control to open Acer e3D Management. From the 3D options, select Nvidia 3D Vision. Using the stereoscopic player You need to have a stereoscopic player in order to view 3D content. The instructions below explain how to view 3D content using the Stereoscopic player that is available at www.3dtv.at.
  • Page 7 Open the stereoscopic player and set the viewing method by going to View > Viewing Method > NVIDIA 3D Vision. Open the 3D content in the player. Note: You need to view content at fullscreen resolution in order to get the 3D effects. Using DLP 3D / NVIDIA 3DTV Play technology Requires DLP 3D glasses.
  • Page 8 Select the 3D section (the sixth menu option) on the left-hand side of the window. Set 3D to On. Alternatively, press the Empowering Key on your projector’s remote control to open Acer e3D Management. From the 3D options, select On.
  • Page 9 2. The "Frame Packing" is only existed at HDMI 1.4 or later input. If you find that the 3D content is not displaying properly, try selecting 3D Sync Invert from the projector OSD or Acer e3D Management for frame / field sequential 3D format. Otherwise, try to change the 3D Format to match the 3D signal.
  • Page 10 Stereoscopic feature to use the DLP 3D technology, while you are using non-NVIDIA 3D Players. Using the stereoscopic player You need to have a stereoscopic player in order to view 3D content. The instructions below explain how to view 3D content using the Stereoscopic player that is available at www.3dtv.at.
  • Page 11 If you have a DVD or Blu-ray player that supports 3D playback, you can watch 3D DVD content using your Acer 3D-enabled projector. Connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to the projector using any of the available input formats.
  • Page 12 3D projectors. 2. The "Frame Packing" is only existed at HDMI 1.4 or later input. If you find that the 3D content is not displaying properly, try selecting 3D Sync Invert from the projector OSD or Acer e3D Management.
  • Page 13 If this does not improve the image, change the 3D Format to match the signal sent by your player. Note: The "3D Format" is only available for HDMI 1.4 or 2nd generation 3D projectors.