Input Signal Settings - Signal Menu

Normally the projector detects and optimizes the input signal settings automatically. If you need to customize the settings, you can use the Signal menu. The available settings depend on the currently selected input source.

To change settings for an input source, make sure the source is connected and select that source.

Setting Options Description
3D Setup 3D Display

2D-to-3D Conversion

3D Format

3D Depth

Diagonal Screen Size

3D Brightness

Inverse 3D Glasses

3D Viewing Notice

Selects various 3D options

3D Display: enables 3D mode

2D-to-3D Conversion: converts 2D images to 3D

3D Format: selects the 3D format

3D Depth: sets the depth for the 3D image

Diagonal Screen Size: selects the actual size of the screen to maximize the 3D effect

3D Brightness: adjusts the brightness of the 3D image

Inverse 3D Glasses: reverses the images projected for the left and right eyes (enable only if 3D images do not display correctly)

3D Viewing Notice: enables the viewing notice displayed when using 3D mode

Aspect See the list of available aspect ratios Sets the aspect ratio (width-to-height ratio) for the selected input source
Tracking Varying levels available Adjusts signal to eliminate vertical stripes in computer images from the PC input port
Sync. Varying levels available Adjusts signal to eliminate fuzziness or flickering in computer images from the PC input port
Position Up, down, left, right Adjusts the image location on the screen
Deinterlacing Off



Sets whether to convert interlaced-to-progressive signals for certain video image types

Off: for fast-moving video images

Video: for most video images

Film/Auto: for movies, computer graphics, and animation

Motion Detection 1 to 5 Selects how the image is converted to a progressive signal

(Adjust this setting if you experience problems with still image quality or flickering video. Select a lower setting for still images or a higher setting for fast-moving video content.)

Frame Interpolation Off




Smooths fast moving video by comparing consecutive frames and inserting an intermediate frame between them
Super-resolution 0 to 5 Sharpens blurred images
Auto Setup On


Automatically optimizes computer image quality
Advanced Noise Reduction

Setup Level


HDMI Video Range

Image Processing

Noise Reduction: reduces flickering in analog images in three levels

Setup Level: adjusts the level at which dark areas of the image are rendered black; leave this setting at 0% for most video equipment; check your video equipment specifications to verify the correct setting

Overscan: changes the projected image ratio to make the edges visible by a selectable percentage or automatically

HDMI Video Range: sets the video range to match the setting of the device connected to the HDMI input port

Image Processing: adjusts how images are processed; select Fast to display images quicker; select Fine to display images in higher quality

  • The Deinterlacing setting is available only for 480i, 576i or 1080i signals from Component, HDMI, or WirelessHD (PowerLite Home Cinema 5030UBe) video sources.
  • You can set the HDMI Video Range setting only when the Epson Super White setting is set to Off.
  • The Reset setting does not reset the Diagonal Screen Size, 3D Viewing Notice, Aspect, and Image Processing settings.
  • When you view 3D images, the Frame Interpolation and Super-resolution settings are only available for 1080p 24 fps signals from HDMI video sources .
  • The Aspect setting is not available for HD video signals.
Related concepts
Image Aspect Ratio
Related tasks
Viewing 3D Images