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PowerLite 1725/1735W

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    Operation Guide Multimedia Projector PowerLite 1725/1735W...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Two Connection Modes and their Main Functions ... 13 Steps for connecting ... 15 Preparing to Connect ...16 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...

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    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...

  • Page 4: Easymp Summary

    Project images from your computer using "Network projector" in Windows Vista 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.

  • Page 5: Notes When Using A Wireless Lan

    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.

  • Page 6: International Travel Precautions

    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.

  • Page 7: Connecting With Quick Wireless Connection

    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.

  • Page 8: Projecting With The Usb Key

    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.

  • Page 9: Optional Settings

    Connecting with Quick Wireless Connection • 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"...

  • Page 10: 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 p.97.

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    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. p.29 Click "Finish"...

  • Page 12: Connecting With Emp Ns Connection

    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 •...

  • Page 13: Overview Of Emp Ns Connection

    "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"...

  • Page 14: Main Functions

    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 p.25...

  • Page 15: Steps For Connecting

    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"...

  • Page 16: Preparing To Connect

    Preparing to Connect Use the following steps to prepare the projector and computer for connection. Preparing the Computer 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.

  • Page 17: Connecting To A Projector On A Network And Projecting

    You see the same screens even when using Macintosh. Procedure 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.

  • Page 18: Using The Connection Screen

    Connecting to a Projector on a Network and Projecting 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.

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    IP address or projector name. In "Quick Connection Mode", you can search for the projector based on the SSID selected from a list. Profile You can search for a projector on the network using a profile saved with "Save profile". s p.41 Status The following six icons indicate the status of the discovered projectors.

  • Page 20: Using The Toolbar

    You can make general setting options such as the processing method when EMP NS Connection starts. For optional settings, see s 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 The toolbar is displayed on the computer screen after EMP NS Connection starts and a connection is made with the projector.

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    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.

  • Page 22: When The Target Projector Is Not Found

    Normal Simple 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.)

  • Page 23: Disconnecting

    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 Press the [Esc] button on the remote control. Select "Exit", and then press the [Enter] button on...

  • Page 24: 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").

  • Page 25: Projecting Only A Powerpoint Slide Show (presentation Mode)

    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 If necessary, select the projector you want to control.

  • Page 26: Projecting Movies From A Computer (movie Sending Mode)

    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.

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    Projecting Movies from a Computer (Movie Sending Mode) Select the movie file you want to play back and then click "Open". The "Movie Sending Mode" screen reappears. The selected files are displayed in the Movie Playback list. Use the operation buttons below to play and stop the movie files.

  • Page 28: Using Multi-screen Display

    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.

  • Page 29: Procedure Before Using The Multi-screen Display Function

    Open the file to be projected, and then move the screen to the virtual p.35 display according to the actual projection arrangement. Allocate a virtual display number to a projector that is connected through the network, and then start projection. p.28 p.30...

  • Page 30: Virtual Display Arrangement

    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. Virtual display arrangement After starting EMP NS Connection, the setting up of the virtual displays varies between Windows and the Macintosh.

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    Using Multi-Screen Display Select the "Use multi-display" check box. "Display layout" and "Display properties" are added at the bottom of the screen. Click "Display properties". The "Display Properties" screen will be displayed. Click the "Settings" tab.

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    Using Multi-Screen Display 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.

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    Using Multi-Screen Display For Macintosh Start EMP NS Connection. 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. EMP NS Connection starts. Select "Advanced Connection Mode" and then perform startup. The "Advanced Connection Mode"...

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    Using Multi-Screen Display Click "Arrangement". Deselect "Mirror Displays".

  • Page 35: Allocating The Image To Be Projected

    Using Multi-Screen Display Drag the displayed monitor icon and place it where desired. Close the display setting screen. Allocating the image to be projected The following explains how to allocate the computer image as shown in Arrangement Example 1 p.28. Procedure Open the file to be projected.

  • Page 36: The Allocated Image Is Projected

    "Display", and set which image to be projected from which projector. Click "Connect". The image allocated to each projector is projected. 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.

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    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...

  • Page 38: Connecting To A Projector On A Different Sub-net

    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...

  • Page 39: Connecting To A Projector On A Different Sub-net

    • Performing a search based on a profile. Once you have performed a search for a projector on a different sub- net by specifying either an IP address or a projector name, you can...

  • Page 40: Searching By Specifying The Ip Address And Projector Name (for "advanced Connection Mode" Only)

    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. Procedure Click "Manual serch" on the EMP NS Connection projector selection screen.

  • Page 41: Performing A Search With A Profile

    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...

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    Performing a search with a profile Enter a profile name and then click "Add". 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".

  • Page 43: Searching By Specifying A 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.

  • Page 44: Managing A Profile

    Performing a search with a profile Managing a Profile You can change the name and the hierarchical structure of the profile. Procedure Click "Set options" on the EMP NS Connection's main screen. The "Set options" screen is displayed. Click "Edit profile". The "Edit profile"...

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    Used when you want to want to read and use an exported profile. Information on selected profile Item Projector name You can display the projector information registered in IP address the profile. Delete You can delete the information for the selected projector.

  • Page 46: Setting The Emp Ns Connection Operation

    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...

  • Page 47: Using Set Options

    EMP NS Connection starts. Clear this check box once you have settled on a regular startup method. Search method on Sets the projector search method that is executed when startup EMP NS Connection is started. Edit profile The "Edit profile" dialog box is displayed. s...

  • Page 48: Adjust Performance Tab

    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. When you click on the toolbar, only the Adjust performance tab is displayed.

  • Page 49: Using A Computer To Set Up, Monitor And Control Projectors

    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 •...

  • Page 50: Changing Settings Using A Web Browser (web Control)

    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.

  • Page 51: 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 e- mail 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.

  • Page 52: Management Using Snmp

    This is useful when controlling projectors centrally at a point distant from them. See the projector User’s Guide for more information. • SNMP should be managed by a network administrator or someone who is familiar with the network.

  • Page 53: Presentations Using Pc Free

    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 • Specifications for Files that can be Projected Using PC Free ...54 •...

  • Page 54: Files That Can Be Projected Using Pc Free, And Saving

    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. USB storage devices that incorporate security functions sometimes cannot be used.

  • Page 55: Pc Free Examples

    Files that can be Projected Using PC Free, and Saving PC Free Examples Projecting images and movies stored on a USB storage device 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.

  • Page 56: Pc Free Basic Operations

    • Digital Camera or USB Storage Device • USB MultiCard Reader (when a memory card is inserted) See the projector User’s Guide for more information. Press the [EasyMP] button. The EasyMP standby screen is displayed. USB storage devices icons are displayed on the standby screen.

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    [Esc] button on the remote control. JPEG file • 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. PNG file Electronic certificate file •...

  • Page 58: Pc Free Basic Operations

    PC Free shuts down and the EasyMP standby screen is displayed. After turning off the power supply to the digital camera or the USB storage device, disconnect it from the projector. 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.

  • Page 59: Rotating The Image

    PC Free Basic Operations 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.

  • Page 60: Projecting Scenarios

    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 While transferring the scenario you can set autorun and continuous play.

  • Page 61: Projecting Scenarios

    [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 •...

  • Page 62: Projecting Image And Movie Files

    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.

  • Page 63: Projecting Image And Movie Files

    Projecting image and movie files • JPEG format images can be rotated during projection. 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 [ Three fast-forward/rewind speeds are available, and the...

  • Page 64: Setting Image And Movie File Display Conditions And Operation Mode

    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 Use the [ ] buttons to position the cursor on the folder where display conditions are to be set, then press the [Esc] button.

  • Page 65: Preparing A Scenario (using Emp Slidemaker2)

    Preparing a Scenario (Using EMP SlideMaker2) This chapter describes how to create and send scenario. 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 ...

  • Page 66: Scenario Summary

    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.

  • Page 67: Files That Can Be Included In 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. 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.

  • Page 68: Turning A Powerpoint File Into A Scenario

    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. Batch conversion without starting EMP Slidemaker2 All of the slides in a PowerPoint presentation can be batch-converted into a scenario.

  • Page 69: Converting All Files In A Single Operation Without Starting Up Slidemaker2

    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. • Note that the following is not possible if EMP SlideMaker2 has been started. Close EMP SlideMaker2 first.

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    Converting all files in a single operation without starting up SlideMaker2 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.

  • Page 71: Starting Up Slidemaker2 And Converting Files

    Setting Scenario Properties Procedure p.73 p.77 Select "Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") - "EPSON Projector" - "EMP SlideMaker2". EMP SlideMaker2 starts, and the scenario properties are displayed. Select your scenario properties, then click "OK". For more information, see below.

  • Page 72

    Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files 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.

  • Page 73: Including Powerpoint Files In Scenarios

    Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files The following window will be displayed. Folder 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. Refer to the EMP SlideMaker2 help for details on the EMP SlideMaker2 menu functions.

  • Page 74: Including All Slides In A Powerpoint File

    Procedure Connect the USB storage device to your computer. Select "Start" - "Programs" (or "All Programs") - "EPSON Projector" - "EMP SlideMaker2". EMP SlideMaker2 starts, and the scenario properties are displayed. Set the scenario properties. s Select the folder containing the target PowerPoint file in the folder window.

  • Page 75

    Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files Drag and drop the PowerPoint file from the file window to the scenario window. Or, double-click the target PowerPoint file icon in the file window. Click "Continue". Click "Start". The conversion to a scenario starts and the Slide show is performed automatically.

  • Page 76: Including Only Selected Slides While Checking Thumbnails

    Starting up SlideMaker2 and Converting Files 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. When you create a scenario with only one PowerPoint file, you don’t need to open EMP Slidemaker.

  • Page 77: Including Image And Movie Files In Scenarios

    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 Thumbnail window File window Procedure 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.

  • Page 78: Editing A Scenario

    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.

  • Page 79: Sending Scenarios

    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.

  • Page 80

    "Folder name/File name". 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 "...

  • Page 81: Cases Like These

    Cases Like These 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. Procedure Open the scenario you want to check in EMP SlideMaker2.

  • Page 82: Setting Animations

    Cases Like These Setting Animations The following PowerPoint animations can be displayed in a scenario. • Fly • Blinds • Box • Crawl • Dissolve • Peek • Spiral • Split • Stretch • Swivel • Wipe • Zoom Other PowerPoint animations are converted to the “Cut” animation by default.

  • Page 83

    Cases Like These Procedure Right-click in the target cell or the animation, and select "Cell Properties". 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". Animation The "Properties"...

  • Page 84: Appendix

    Appendix Connection Limitations ... 85 • 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...

  • Page 85: Connection Limitations

    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.

  • Page 86: When Using Windows Vista

    Connection toolbar is disabled, it should not be displayed on the computer's screen, however the toolbar is projected. • A few minutes after you connect a computer to the projector over a network with EMP NS Connection, the following message is displayed.

  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    When a connection is made using EMP NS Connection, the projected image remains as is, and a connection cannot be made from another computer. The projector is not found when EMP NS Connection is started p.89 Cannot connect in "Advanced Connection Mode" or wired LAN connection p.90...

  • Page 88

    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. Error Meaning Turn the power for the projector off and then back on again.

  • Page 89

    Check that LAN is valid by checking "Control Panel" -"System" in the device manager and so on. Set a different SSID. See the projector User’s Guide for more information. Turn OFF the "DHCP" setting for "Wired LAN" from the configuration menu. See the projector User’s Guide for more information.

  • Page 90

    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. 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".

  • Page 91

    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. 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.

  • Page 92

    Check the projector's keyword displayed on the EasyMP screen, and enter the projector's keyword. 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.

  • Page 93

    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. Change the computer's screen resolution to SXGA (1280 × 1024) or less.

  • Page 94

    Troubleshooting Error message when starting up EMP SlideMaker2 Check .SIT is already registered. Scenario file name) Because the folder hierarchy is deep, the scenario file cannot be selected. Insufficient storage capacity on the disk. An invalid path is included. the path name that includes the scenario file name) The disk became full during accessing.

  • Page 95

    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...

  • Page 96

    See the projector User’s Guide for more information. 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.

  • Page 97: Software Requirements

    Software Requirements The software supplied with the projector runs on computers that meet the following requirements. EMP NS Connection Windows 2000 SP4/XP/ XP SP1/XP SP2/XP SP3/Vista/ Vista SP1 Mac OS X 10.3 to 10.5 Recommended: Mac OS 10.5.1 or later, 10.4.11/10.3.9 Mobile Pentium III 1.2 GHz or faster...

  • Page 98

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    For embedded multimedia software: This product contains embedded multimedia software licensed from Ingenient Technologies, Inc. (www.ingenient.com). Copyright Z 2000-2007 Ingenient Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. For MPEG-4 ASP: With respect to a Licensee offering MPEG-4 Video Decoders and/or Encoders the following notice shall be given: THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER FOR (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE...

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