Multiple Projector Adjustment Overview

If you are combining images from multiple projectors on a network, you can assign one projector as the "master" and automatically adjust all the images to match the "master" image. If the projectors are not connected to a network, you can match each projector's images manually.
Note: Make sure all networked projectors are connected using LAN cables and have been assigned an IP address. Also disable the 4K Enhancement and Sleep Mode settings on each projector so they do not turn off during adjustment.
  1. Turn on all the projectors.
  2. To select a master projector for automatic adjustment, select Custom for the Light Source Mode setting and set the Brightness Level setting to the maximum value for all projectors. The projector with the darkest projected image is the master projector.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • For automatic adjustment, set an ID for the master projector and the remote control.
    • For manual adjustment, set an ID for each projector and the remote control.
  4. Adjust each projector's physical position and angle to the screen.
  5. Do one of the following:
    • For automatic adjustment, configure tiling automatically.
    • For manual adjustment, configure tiling manually.
  6. Adjust the image aspect ratio for each projector.
  7. Adjust the position of the image for each projector using lens shift.
  8. Adjust the zoom and focus for each projector.
  9. Adjust small differences in the images using the Point Correction setting.
  10. Adjust the edges of the images using the Edge Blending and Black Level settings.
  11. Adjust the brightness and tint of the images using the Screen Matching setting.
  12. Select sections of the images using the Scale setting.
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