Viewing an Image Capture of the Displayed Image from a Remote Location

You can take an image capture of the projected image and view it from a remote location using the projector's built-in camera.
Note the following when using this feature:
  • This feature is not supported with the ELPLX02 or ELPLX02W lens.
  • This feature is not supported when performing the following functions: Tiling, Tiling Assist, Screen Matching, Color Calibration, Lens Calibration, Message Broadcasting in the Epson Projector Management software.
  • Using this feature cancels the following functions: Split Screen, Shutter, on-screen display (when the message is hidden).
  1. Hold down the Freeze button on the remote control for about five seconds or until you see this menu.

  2. Make sure the Remote Camera Access setting is set to Off, then exit the menu.
  3. Press the Menu button.
  4. Select the Network menu and press Enter.

  5. Select Network Configuration and select the Others menu.
  6. Make sure the Secure HTTP setting is enabled and return to the Network menu.
  7. Select Remote Camera Access and press Enter. You see a screen like this:

  8. Select On as the Remote Camera Access setting.
  9. Select the Password setting and enter a password up to 32 alphanumeric characters long.
    Note: Do not use these characters in the password: * (asterisk), : (colon), or a space character.
  10. Open a web browser on a computer or mobile device connected to the projector over a network connection.
  11. Enter the projector's IP address in your browser's address box to connect to Epson Web Control. You see a screen like this:

    Note: You can view the projector's IP address by selecting Net. Info. - Wireless LAN or Net. Info. - Wired LAN on the Network menu.
  12. Select Remote Camera Access.
    Note: You may need to log in to access some of the options on the Epson Web Control screen. If you see a log in window, enter your user name and password. (The default user name is EPSONWEB and the default password is admin.)
  13. Click Shoot to take a capture of the projected image. (You cannot capture warning or caution messages.)

    Note: If you see a password screen, enter the password you selected for remote camera access. You cannot perform any projector operations during shooting other than turning off the projector.
    The projector displays a message on the projection screen for several seconds while it takes an image capture. When finished, the captured image is displayed in the area above the Shoot button.
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