Projector Setup Settings - Extended Menu

Settings on the Extended menu let you customize various projector setup features that control its operation.



Setting Options Description
Home Screen Adjust settings on the Home Screen
Display See the Display settings table in this topic
User's Logo Creates a screen that the projector displays to identify itself and enhance security
Projection Front

Front/Ceiling

Rear

Rear Ceiling

Selects the way the projector faces the screen so the image is oriented correctly
Operation See the Operation settings table in this topic
A/V Settings A/V Output

Monitor Out

Audio Settings

Selects various audio and video output settings

A/V Output: select to output audio and video to an external device when the projector is in standby mode (Standby Mode must be turned on to use this setting)

Monitor Out: select the image source to output to an external device when the projector is in standby mode; when set to Auto, selects output from the Computer or BNC port depending on which was used when the projector went into standby mode

Audio Settings: selects the audio source to output to an external device

Standby Mode Communication On

Communication Off

Enable this setting to allow the following operations to occur when the projector is in standby mode:
  • Monitor and control the projector over a network
  • Output audio and video to an external device (A/V Output must be set to Always On)
  • Communication from the HDBaseT port (Control Communications must be set to On)
HDBaseT Control Communications

Extron XTP

Selects the communication settings for connections to an HDBaseT transmitter or switcher

Control Communications: enables or disables communication from the Ethernet and serial ports on the transmitter; turning on this setting disables the projector's LAN, RS-232C, and Remote ports (Extron XTP must be turned off to use this setting)

Extron XTP: set to On when you connect an Extron XTP transmitter or switcher to the HDBaseT ports

Multi-Projection Projector ID

Tiling

Geometry Correction

Edge Blending

Black Level

Scale

Color Mode

Brightness Settings

Color Matching

Color Uniformity

Select various options when projecting from multiple projectors

Projector ID: sets the projector to a particular ID number which allows you to use a remote control to individually control projectors

Tiling: sets the number of split screens and the position of each image

Geometry Correction: corrects image distortion

Edge Blending: blends the border between multiple images to create a seamless screen

Black Level: adjusts the brightness and tone differences in overlapping images

Scale: adjusts the scale of the images

Color Mode: sets the same color mode for all projectors

Brightness Settings: sets the brightness for all projectors

Color Matching: corrects the tint and brightness differences between images

Color Uniformity: adjusts the color tone balance for the entire screen

Schedule Settings Various scheduling options Lets you schedule various projector tasks
Language Various languages available Selects the language for projector menu and message displays (not changed by Reset option)

Display settings

Setting Description
Menu Position Selects the position of the projector menu displayed on the screen
Message Position Selects the position of messages displayed on the screen
Messages Controls whether messages are displayed on the screen
Display Background Selects the screen color or logo to display when no signal is received
Startup Screen Controls whether a special screen appears when the projector starts up
Standby Confirmation Displays a confirmation message after pressing the Standby button on the remote control
Air Filter Notice Displays a message when a clog in the air filter is detected
Screen Sets the aspect ratio and position of the projected image according to the type of screen being used
Panel Alignment Corrects color misalignment in the projected image
Color Uniformity Adjusts the color tone balance
OSD Rotation Rotates the menu display 90°

Operation settings

Setting Description
Direct Power On Turns on the projector when you plug it in
Sleep Mode Automatically places the projector in standby mode after an interval of inactivity
Sleep Mode Timer Sets the time before the projector automatically turns off (Sleep Mode must be turned on)
High Altitude Mode Regulates the projector’s operating temperature at altitudes above 4921 feet (1500 m)
Auto Source Search Automatically select an input source
Auto Power On If Computer or BNC is selected, the projector turns on when an input signal is detected from those ports
Startup Source Selects the source you want to project from when the projector is turned on and Content Playback is set to On
A/V Mute Settings Adjusts the A/V Mute settings

Fade-in: sets the number of seconds for a fade-in transition effect when displaying an image

Fade-out: sets the number of seconds for a fade-out transition effect when hiding an image

A/V Mute Timer: turns off the projector automatically if A/V Mute is enabled and 2 hours of inactivity has passed

A/V Mute Release: select A/V Mute if you want to use only the A/V Mute button to turn off A/V mute, or select Any Button to use any button to turn it off

Advanced See the next table in this topic
Date & Time Adjusts the projector's time and date settings
Lens Calibration Displays information about the lens currently in use

Advanced settings

Setting Description
Beep Controls the beep that sounds when you turn the projector on or off
Indicators Select Off to turn off projector lights, except warning lights
Log Save Destination Sets where you want to save the operation logs for the projector. Select USB and Internal Memory to save logs as text files to a USB flash drive inserted into the projector's USB-A port.
Batch Setup Range Selects which menu settings you want copied. Select Limited if you do not want to copy the EDID and Network menu settings.
Lens Type Select the model number for the attached lens when using the following lenses: ELPLS04, ELPLU02, ELPLR04, ELPLW04, ELPLM06, ELPLM07, ELPLL07
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