Using the Epson iProjection for iOS App


Projecting Photos
Projecting Documents
Projecting Web Pages
Using the Pen Tool
Using the Remote Control Feature


Projecting Photos

You can use the iProjection App to project .JPG and .PNG images.
  1. Tap Photos on iProjection home screen.

    Note: If you're using an iPad®, tap Files and then tap Photos.



  2. Tap the photo album containing the photos you want to display.



  3. Tap the photo you want to display.



    Navigate the photo album using the following controls:

    • Tap or swipe left to display the next photo in the album

    • Tap or swipe right to display the previous photo in the album

    • Tap to display the last photo in the album

    • Tap to display the first photo in the album

    • Tap to switch to a tiled view of all photos in the album

    • Spread two fingers apart to zoom in

    • Pinch two fingers together to zoom out


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Projecting Documents

You can use the iProjection App to project the following file formats:
  • Microsoft® Word® (.doc, .docx, Office® 2003 or later)
  • Microsoft® PowerPoint® (.ppt, .pptx, Office 2003 or later)
  • Microsoft® Excel® (.xls, .xlsx, Office 2003 or later)
  • Keynote® (.key)
  • Adobe® PDF (.pdf, PDF 1.7, Acrobat® 8 compatible or later)
  1. Tap Documents on the iProjection home screen.

    Note: If you're using an iPad, tap Files and then tap Documents.



  2. Tap the name of the document you want to display.



  3. Navigate the document using the following controls:



    • Tap or swipe left to display the next photo in the album

    • Tap or swipe right to display the previous photo in the album

    • Tap to display the last photo in the album

    • Tap to display the first photo in the album

    • Tap to switch to a tiled view of all photos in the album

    • Spread two fingers apart to zoom in

    • Pinch two fingers together to zoom out

  4. Tap to adjust the document display settings.



    • Tap one of the Orientation settings to change the orientation of the projected image

    • Tap one of the Size settings to change the aspect ratio and resolution of the projected image


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Projecting Web Pages

You can use the built-in web browser to navigate and project web pages.

Note: You cannot project audio, video, or Adobe® Flash® content with the iProjection web browser.
  1. Tap Web Page on iProjection home screen.

    Note: If you're using an iPad®, tap Files and then tap Web Page.



  2. Tap the address bar at the top of the screen.



  3. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the URL of the web page that you want to display.

  4. You can navigate the web page using the following controls:




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Using the Pen Tool

You can use the pen tool to annotate photos, documents, or web pages that you are currently projecting.
  1. Display a photo, document, or web page.

  2. Tap to open the pen tool.

  3. You can annotate the display and adjust the appearance of the pen using the following controls:



    • Tap to enable the pen tool. Drag your finger across the screen to draw on the projected image. Tap to change the color, weight, and opacity of the tool.

      Note: If you change slides, or navigate to a different web page or image, your current annotations will be lost.

    • Tap to enable the eraser. Drag your finger across the screen to erase any lines you have drawn. Tap to change the width of the eraser.

    • Tap to erase all annotations.

    • Tap to switch projection to your device (when multiple devices are connected to the projector).

    • Tap to disable the pen tool and clear any current annotations.

      Note: The available features may vary depending on the iOS device you are using.


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Using the Remote Control Feature

You can use your iOS device to control certain features on your Epson projector.
  1. Tap Projector on the iProjection home screen.



  2. Tap Control.



  3. You can control the projector using the following buttons:

    Note: The Input Sources and Control options will vary depending on the Epson projector you are using.


    • Tap to switch to the PC source

    • Tap to switch to the video source

    • Tap to switch to the LAN source

    • Tap once to temporarily stop projection, tap the button again to resume normal display

    • Tap once to freeze the image, tap the button again to resume normal display

    • Tap to decrease the volume

    • Tap to increase the volume

    • Tap to display a QR code. You can scan this QR code with another device to quickly connect the device to the projector.

      Note: You can still use your projector's remote control while your product is connected to your iOS device.

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