Wireless Projector for iOSWireless Projector for Android

A New Way to Go Wireless With iPad/iPhone/iPod touch.

Introduction of the Application

This is an application that lets you send PDF files, PowerPoint files, and images saved to an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to a Panasonic wireless projector over a wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), and project them. You can send document files transferred from a PC via iTunes to the Documents* folder of this application, and images saved to the Photos* folder of your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. You can also project web pages with the built-in web browser, and photos taken with the built-in camera on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. In addition, the application also lets you rotate the screen, enlarge or reduce the screen with a pinch operation, and flip through pages with a flick operation.

* Files that are saved anywhere other than these locations cannot be projected.
Also, document files that contain animation, links, embedded motion images or audio, a Slideshow function, word art,
comment displays, or have been scanned at high resolution cannot be sent.

Free App Panasonic Wireless Projector for iOS
Download on the App Store
Latest Version V3.1.0 (How to confirm the version)
Compatible Projector PT-DZ570/DW530/DX500*, PT-FW430/FX400*,
PT-VW435N/VX505N, PT-VW345N/VX415N,
PT-VX400NT, PT-FW300NT/F300NT, PT-LB90NT
Requirements Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
Requires iOS 5.1 or later.**
Download Download from the App Store .
* With the ET-WM200 mounted. ** Visit the App store for the latest information.

Update Information (V3.1.0)

  • • Icon and user interface design were changed.
  • • iOS 7 is supported.
  • • A One-Shot Projection function has been added.
  • • A Pointer function has been added.
  • • A function has been added that lets you change the display style in Multi-Live mode.
Projectable content
Photos
Documents*1
Web pages
Camera
Marker function With your finger, draw lines on images, documents, or web pages.
Multi-Live mode*4
Web browser control function*5
  • *1 Projectable document file types are PDF, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Keynote, Numbers, Pages, Text, and RichText.
  • *2 Consecutively projecting photos from the camera enables use as a simplified form of document camera.
  • *3 The Marker function has been expanded, and a Blackboard mode has been added.
    With the image or document open, you can use the marker to write on the blackboard screen. The screen and the marker notes that have been written onto it can be saved as a graphic.
  • *4 Multi-live mode allows the simultaneous projection of up to 16 computers.
  • *5 The projector can be controlled via Web browser control. Also, an advanced menu for Web browser control allows confirmation of the projector status (lamp usage, etc.).

How to Use Panasonic Wireless Projector for iOS

Introduction

Notes

Screenshots and operations in this documentation demonstrate the application as used on an iOS 7 iPad.
Although the application is used the same way on an iPod touch or iPhone, some screen layouts and buttons may differ.

• The menus of the projector in this documentation use the PT-FW430 or PT-VW435N as an example.

• For details on how to use or configure your iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone, refer to the appropriate user guide at
http://support.apple.com/manuals/ .

• For details on how to use or configure the projector, as well as precautions on wireless use, refer to your projector's
"Operating Instruction " or "Network Operation Manual ".

• For versions earlier than the iOS 6 version, the application uses location services when accessing images in [Photos] on an iPad.
Location services are not used for purposes other than accessing images in [Photos].

Getting Ready

Preparation 1-A: Connecting the Projector and iPad by Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), Not Via an Access Point

When Using with the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ

Your iOS devices can be connected to the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ through the [M-DIRECT] network.
It is recommended that the highly secure M-DIRECT network be used for these models.
For details, refer to the "Operating Instruction" of the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ.

1) Configure the projector's local wireless network settings.
  • Display the on-screen menu.
  • In [NETWORK]* – [WIRELESS LAN], select [M-DIRECT].

    * For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [NETWORK/USB].

2) Join the local wireless network from your iPad.
  • On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
  • Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.
  • Tap [M-DIRECT****]("****" is the last 4-digit number of the Projector ID).
    Your device is now connected to the local wireless network by inputting the preset key.
  • Select the Details button on the right-side edge of [M-DIRECT****], and activate [Auto-Join] in the network details.
When Using with a Model Other Than the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ
1) Configure the projector's local wireless network settings.
  • Display the on-screen menu.
  • In [NETWORK]* – [WIRELESS LAN], select [1] from Wireless
    network number [OFF], [S-MAP], [1] – [4], [USER1] – [USER3].

    * For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [NETWORK/USB].

2) Join the local wireless network from your iPad.
  • On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
  • Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.
  • Tap [Panasonic Display1]. Your device is now connected to the local wireless network.
  • Select the blue button on the right-side edge of [Panasonic Display1], and activate [Auto-Join] in the network details.
Notes

• The projector may be difficult for your device to detect if multiple projectors are installed nearby.
In this case, follow the instructions in "Tips" in "If Multiple Projectors are Installed" to complete the settings.

• When using an iPad with iOS 6.0 or newer, no Wi-Fi icon will be displayed at the upper left of the iPad screen to indicate Wi-Fi connection after using the above connection method. To confirm connection in this case, see "Notes" under
<Make sure the Wi-Fi setting is activated> in "The projector is not shown in [Projector List]" item of the "Troubleshooting" section.

Preparation 1-B: Connecting the Projector and iPad by Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) Via an Access Point

1) Connect the projector to the local wireless network.
  • Display the on-screen menu.
  • [NETWORK]* – [WIRELESS LAN], select a user identification ([USER1] – [USER3])
    from Wireless network number [OFF], [S-MAP], [1] – [4], [USER1] – [USER3].
  • [MODE], select "INFRASTRUCTURE."
  • Complete the settings for your access point in [DHCP], [SSID], [ENCRYPTION], [KEY] and so on.

* For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [NETWORK/USB].

2) Join the local wireless network from your iPad.
  • On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
  • Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.
  • Tap the access point name (SSID) specified in step 1).
    Your device is now connected to the local wireless network.
Notes

• If your access point is encrypted, a password input screen is displayed.

• If you do not know the password, ask your network administrator.

Preparation 2: Transferring Document Files to Your iPad

Before the data of a PDF or other document file can be projected, you must transfer these files from your computer to this application's [Documents] area in iTunes.

Transfer files from your computer as follows.

  • Connect your iPad to your computer.
  • Start iTunes.
  • On the top of the screen, select [iPad].
  • On the top of the screen, select [Apps].
  • In the [File Sharing] – [Apps] list, select [Wireless PJ].
  • Click [Add...] on the lower right and select the document files to transfer.
  • The selected document files will now be transferred as your iPad is synced.
Notes

• The file types that can be transferred to the [Documents] area and projected are PDF, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Keynote, Numbers, Pages, Text, and RichText.

• Transferred files are not added while the document files list is displayed. Close the list and then open it again.

• You can pass document files open in Safari or received as mail attachments to [Documents] for this application.
In Safari or Mail, select [Open in...] and choose [Wireless PJ] in the listed applications.

Using the Application

Usage 1: Connecting by [Find Projectors]

  • On the Home screen, tap the icon for this application.

    Wireless PJ
  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.

  • Tap [Find Projectors] in the [SEARCH & CONNECT] column.

  • Tap the projector name (ID [Proj****]) of the projector to use.

Notes

• To check the projector ID ([Proj****]) of the projector you will use, press the "INPUT SELECT" button on the projector remote control, and then refer to [NETWORK]* – [Proj****] on the [INPUT GUIDE] screen.

• Connected projectors are labeled with a check mark.

• If a network password has been set for the projector, a password input screen is displayed.

• To update the information in [Find Projectors], tap [Update].

• Even after you press the Home button, the projector connection will be maintained for 10 minutes, for versions up to iOS 6, or 3 minutes, for iOS 7 or newer versions, after you close the application.

* For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [Panasonic APPLICATION].

Usage 2: Connecting to a Projector by Using the [Registered Projectors]

You can search for a projector by its IP address, register or edit search data, and connect. You can also export/import registered data.

Projector Registration
  • On the Home screen, tap the icon for this application.
  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Tap [Registered Projectors] in the [SEARCH & CONNECT] column.

  • Select [Projectors can be registered…].
  • Enter the [Registered Name] and [IP Address] in the registration screen, then press [Done].

  • The registered name will be added to the [Registered Projectors] list.

Connecting the Projector
  • Select the registered name for the projector to be used from the [Registered Projectors] list.
  • Select [OK] when the confirmation message appears, and connect the projector.
Exporting the [Registered Projectors] List

The [Registered Projectors] list can be stored.

  • Select [Export...] in the [Registered Projectors] menu.
  • Enter any desired name into the File Name Input dialog, then select [OK].

Importing the [Registered Projectors] List
  • Select [Import...] in the [Registered Projectors] menu.
  • Choose the file to be imported from the displayed list, then select [OK].
    Select [OK] for the Import Success dialog, then return to the [Registered Projectors] menu.
    The imported list will be displayed.

Editing the [Registered Projectors] List or Imported List
  • • Select [Edit] in the [Registered Projectors] menu.
    You can do the following operations at the edit screen.
         - Delete registered projectors
         - Change the sequence of the registered projectors list
  • • Select the Details button on the right-side edge of each line in the Registered Projectors List to enable editing.
  • • Select [Edit] for the import file list.
    You can do the following operations at the edit screen.
         - Delete imported files.
Notes

• To confirm the IP address of your projector, refer to your projector's "Operating Instruction " or "Network Operation Manual ".

• If a network password is set for the projector, the password input screen will be displayed.

• The exported registration data will be saved as xml data in the [Documents] area.

• You can enter up to 16 characters for registered names.

• You can enter up to 16 characters for file names and the characters listed below cannot be used.
: ; / ¥ | , * ? " < >
. (Only for the first character)

Usage 3: Sending a Screenshot (One shot Projection)

  • On your iPad, select [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Oneshot Projection] to turn it ON.
  • By taking a screenshot when the screen to be projected is displayed, that screen will be projected.
    (Press then release the iPad's Sleep button and Home simultaneously to take a screenshot.)

Usage 4: Projecting Photos

  • In the top menu of this application, tap [Photos].
  • Tap the album containing photos to project. A list of thumbnails is displayed.
  • Tap a photo to project. The selected image is projected from the projector.
    You can access the previous or next photo by tapping [<] or [>] on both sides of the screen.

Other Operations
  • • You can also access the previous or next photo by flicking right or left on the screen.
  • • You can zoom in or out on portions of photos by pinching on the screen.
  • • To pan zoomed photos, drag them.
  • • Double-tap the screen for an enlarged or same size display.
  • • Tapping [Slideshow] will start a slideshow, and tapping [Done] will stop it. To adjust how long each photo is shown during slideshows,
    change the setting in [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Show Each Photo For] on the iOS.
  • • You can project lines drawn freehand simply by drawing lines on the screen as desired.
    For details, see "Usage 8: Using the Marker."
  • • You can set the toolbar to display or not display by simply tapping the display screen.
Returning to the Top Menu

To return to the top menu, tap [X].

Notes

• Photos in slideshows are shown in the order in which they are listed in the folder where the selected images are stored.

• After the last photo in a slideshow is shown, as listed in [Photo Albums], the first photo is shown again.

• The background color of images can be changed as follows. Select [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Background Color] on the iOS,
and then select the desired background color.

• The projected image can be set to be saved or not saved when the image screen is closed.
Change the ON/OFF for the iOS [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Keep Projection].

Usage 5: Projecting Documents

  • In the top menu of this application, tap [Documents]. The document file list is displayed.
  • Tap a document to project. The selected document is projected from the projector.

Other Operations (Some Operations are Not Supported Depending on the Type of Document File)
  • • You can also project the previous or next page by selecting [<] or [>] on both sides of the screen, or flicking right or left on the screen.
  • • Move the slider bar at the bottom of the screen to move to the desired page.
  • • You can zoom in or out on portions of pages by pinching on the screen.
  • • To pan zoomed pages, drag them.
  • • Double-tap the screen for an enlarged or same size display.
  • • You can project lines drawn freehand simply by drawing lines on the screen as desired.
    For details, see "Usage 8: Using the Marker."
  • • You can delete files by selecting [Edit] next to the document file list.
  • • You can set the toolbar to display or not display by simply tapping the display screen.
Returning to the Top Menu

To return to the top menu, tap [X].

Notes

• Document files that contain animation, links, embedded motion images or audio, a Slideshow function, word art, comment displays,
or have been scanned at high resolution cannot be sent.

• The background color of document files can be changed as follows. Select [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Background Color] on the iOS, and then select the desired background color.

• The projected image can be set to be saved or not saved when the image screen is closed.
Change the ON/OFF for the iOS [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Keep Projection].

Usage 6: Projecting Web Pages

  • In the top menu of this application, tap [WEB]. A browser is displayed in the application.

  • In the address field, enter the address of the page to project.
    The web page for the designated address is displayed, and the data is sent to the projector.
Other Operations
  • • To access and project the previous or next web page, tap [Menu] – [Go Back] / [Go Forward].
  • • To browse and project linked pages, tap links on the current page in the browser.
  • • To access a list of bookmarks, tap Access a list of bookmarks..
    The following operations are possible when this window is open.
         - Bookmark addresses of current pages
         - Open selected bookmarks
         - Delete bookmarks
         - View bookmark details (page titles, URLs)
  • • To stop the web page currently loading, tap [Menu] – [Stop Loading].
  • • To reload the current web page, tap [Menu] – [Reload].
  • • You can project lines drawn freehand simply by drawing lines on the screen as desired.
    For details, see "Usage 8: Using the Marker."
  • • You can set the toolbar to display or not display by simply tapping the display screen.
Returning to the Top Menu

To return to the top menu, tap [X].

Notes

• Some web page content such as videos cannot be displayed by the browser or projected.

• The projected image can be set to be saved or not saved when the image screen is closed.
Change the ON/OFF for the iOS [Settings] – [Wireless PJ] – [Keep Projection].

Usage 7: Camera Projection (Camera-Equipped Devices Only)

  • In the top menu of this application, tap [Camera]. Photos from the camera are projected consecutively.

Other Operations
  • • You can also specify to use the main or front camera and switch between high image quality and lower image quality during camera projection.
  • • You can select to pause the motion capture projection, and project the image as a still image.
  • • With the iPhone, you can select [Menu] – [Light] to turn the built-in LED light on and off.
  • • During pause, you can draw freehand lines onto the image with your finger and project them. For details, see "Usage 8: Using the Marker."
Returning to the Top Menu

To return to the top menu, tap [X].

Note: The screen during pause sometimes varies from the projection image.

Usage 8: Using the Marker

By drawing freehand with your finger, you can project the lines you draw on images, PDF files, or web pages.
You can draw freehand lines (marker) onto image files, document files, or web pages, and send the data as is.
Also, with the image or document open, you can use the marker on the blackboard screen.

  • In the application, the image, camera-captured image, document file, or web page is displayed.
  • In the toolbar, tap Open the marker settings window.. The Marker menu is displayed.
  • When you select [Settings] from the Marker menu, the marker settings screen is displayed.
  • In the marker settings window, specify the Stroke Color, Transparency, Line Width, Eraser Width, and Blackboard Color.
  • In the settings window tap [Start Marker].
    The settings window is now closed, and Open the marker settings window. color is updated to your selected line color.
  • With your finger, draw lines on the screen as desired.
  • When you lift your finger from the screen, the line you drew is projected.
  • When [Blackboard] in Marker menu is selected in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen, a blackboard with the designated color will be
    displayed. (Marker data is erased.) To close the blackboard screen, select [Blackboard] again.

Other Operations
  • Marker functions are readily accessible in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen.

    At first startup, buttons for , , and are shown in red, green, and blue, respectively.
    As you continue using the application, the button colors are updated with colors selected in [Line Color] in the marker settings window. With each button, you can specify the Stroke Color, Transparency, and Line Width while marking.
    Marking begins in the color of the button you tap.
    Lines can be erased by selecting . To erase a line drawn with the marker, trace the line.
  • • You can save screens or blackboard screens with marker data written on them as images.
    Select [Save] in the Marker menu. You can select the saved screen from [Photos] in the top menu and display it again.
Erasing Data Written on the Blackboard Screen with the Marker

To erase all of the marker data written on the blackboard, select [Erase All] in the Maker menu.

Exiting Marking

Tap the [Done] button at the top right or select [Stop Marker] in the Marker menu.

Notes

• Once you exit marking, the marks and blackboard screen you made up to that point are removed.

• When using the Marker function, screen rotation is locked.

• You can also adjust the Stroke Color, Transparency, Line Width, Eraser Width, and Blackboard Color while marking.

Usage 9: Using the Pointer

You can display the pointer at a touch position on an image, a document file, or a web page. You can also use the Marker function at the same time.

  • Use this application to display an image, camera image, document file, or web page.
  • Select from the tool bar.
  • Move your finger across the screen to move the pointer.
  • When you remove your finger from the screen, the pointer disappears.
  • When you tap the [Done] button at the top right, the Pointer function stops. If the Marker function is being used, it also stops.
Notes

• When projecting with Multi-Live mode, the pointer cannot be displayed.

Usage 10: Projecting with Multi-Live mode

Multi-Live mode makes it possible for several people to project images from their iPads simultaneously.
This is handy for meetings attended by participants using a multiple number of iPads.

Multi-Live mode offers Four-Window Multi Style, Four-Window Index Style, and 16-Window Index Style displays.
This application lets you switch the display style and change the projection position for the Four-Window Multi Style display.

Four-Window Multi Style

The screens from up to four iPads can be simultaneously displayed.

Four-Window Index Style

The screens from up to four iPads can be displayed in thumbnail form, and a selected iPad screen can be switched to a full screen display.

16-Window Index Style

The screens from up to sixteen iPads can be displayed in thumbnail form, and a selected iPad screen can be switched to a full screen display.

Change the Display Style
  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Select [MULTI LIVE SETTINGS] – [Live Style], then select the style to be used.

  • The display changes to the selected Live Style, and the image is projected at the position set with [Position of display].
Select the Projection Position
  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Select – [Position of display] in the projector setting menu.

  • Select where on the index screen (sub screen) the image is to be projected.

  • The position set as the display position is displayed. When projecting with Multi-Live mode, the image is displayed at the set position.
Display the Index Screen on All Screens

In "4-screen index style" and "16-screen index style", the selected thumbnail screens can be displayed on all screens.

  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Use the directional keys to select the thumbnail screens to be displayed on all screens (by moving the yellow frame on the projection screen).
  • Use [Position of display] to select the desired projection position.
  • When [Enter] is selected (selecting "4-screen index style" twice), the selected thumbnail screen will be displayed on all screens.
    To return to "4-screen index style" or "16-screen index style", make the selection one more time.
Setting the Sender's Name
  • Select – [Sender Name] in the projector setting menu.
  • Turn on [Projector the name on the screen]. If this is turned off, the name that was registered during Multi-Live projection is displayed on the screen.
  • Select [Sender Name], input the sender's name in a dialog box and click the [OK] button.
    (You can enter up to 8 one-byte alphabet characters and numbers.)
  • The sender's name is displayed on the images projected with Multi-Live mode.
Notes

• When the projector starts up, it resumes in the same style that was used the last time the projector was turned off.

• If five or more iOS devices have been connected in the 16-screen index style, communication with the fifth
and subsequent iOS will be cut off when the mode is switched to the 4-screen multi style.

• The Multi-Live style cannot be switched during full-screen display from the projector.

• When the 16-Window Index Style is selected, the images are automatically projected at the vacant positions of the index screens. The display positions cannot be selected.

Usage 11: Using the Web Browser Control Function

The projector can be controlled via Web browser control.

  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Select [Projector in Use].

  • Select [WEB Control].

  • Enter your "User name" and "Password" set in the projector for authentication.
    The "Projector control" page is displayed, and the projector can be controlled via Web browser control.

Notes

• For details on Web browser control function, refer to your projector's "Operating Instruction " or "Network Operation Manual ".

• The Web browser control screen may differ depending on the model.

• Use either of the following operations to return to the application:
    - Double click the Home button to get to the multi-task bar, and then select the icon for this application.
    - Click the Home button and close the browser, and then select the icon for this application in the Home Screen.

• For Crestron Connected™ compatible devices:
Because iPad does not support Adobe Flash, Crestron Connected™ pages cannot be displayed.

Usage 12: Disconnecting from the Projector / Quitting the Application

Disconnecting from the Projector
  • Select [Setup] in the top menu or on each screen of this application.
  • Select [Projector in Use] – [Disconnect] in the projector setting menu.

Quitting the Application

Press the Home button on your iPad. The application now closes.

Tips

When Multiple Users Project Images
  • • When multiple users will take turns projecting images, access the projector's on-screen menu and
    set [NETWORK]* – [LIVE MODE CUT IN] to [ON].

    * For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [NETWORK/USB].

  • • To prevent other users from interrupting operation, select [OFF] in this setting.
If Multiple Projectors are Installed
  • • If you attempt to connect your device directly to the projector (not via an access point), the projector
    may be difficult for your device to detect if multiple projectors are installed nearby. In this case,
    do the following to complete the settings for network usage ([USER1] – [USER 3]).

1) Configure the projector's local wireless network settings.

  • Display the on-screen menu.
  • In [NETWORK]* – [WIRELESS LAN], select a user identification ([USER1] – [USER3]).
  • Change [SSID] to a name of your choice.
  • Set [MODE] to [AD HOC].
  • Set [DHCP] to [OFF].
  • Modify [ENCRYPTION], [KEY], and so on.

* For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [NETWORK/USB].

2) Join the local wireless network from your iPad.

  • On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
  • Turn [Wi-Fi] ON.
    Available networks are shown under [CHOOSE A NETWORK...].
  • Tap the access point name (SSID) specified in step 1).
    Your device is now connected to the local wireless network.
    When [ENCRYPTION] is set to [WEP], a password input screen is displayed.
  • Tap the right-arrow next to the SSID (access point name) specified in step 1),
    and then activate [Auto-Join] in the network details.

Troubleshooting

The Projector is Not Shown in [Projector List]
<Make sure the Wi-Fi setting is activated>

If the Wi-Fi icon is not displayed on the upper-left corner of the screen (to the right of iPad), complete
the following settings on your iPad.

  • • Set [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] to [ON].
  • • Set [Settings] – [Airplane Mode] to [OFF].
Notes

• If the Wi-Fi icon is not displayed even after using the above method, confirm with the following method.

  • On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
  • Select the Details button on the right-side edge of the connection network (the network with the checkmark), and confirm that values have been set for the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], and [Router]. If an AD HOC connection such as [Panasonic Display1] was made, nothing will be displayed in [Router].

<Make sure you have joined the correct network>

In [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] – [CHOOSE A NETWORK...] on your iPad, check the wireless network name.

<Make sure the settings are configured correctly>

When using with the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ:

On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
Tap the Details button next to [M-DIRECT****]("****" is the last 4-digit number of the Projector ID),
and in the network details, activate [Auto-Join]. If [M-DIRECT****] is not shown in [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] on your iPad,
temporarily change the [WIRELESS LAN] setting on the projector to a network number other than [M-DIRECT],
wait a moment, and then restore the setting to [M-DIRECT].

When using with a model other than the PT-VW435N/VX505N and PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ:

• Direct connection (not via an access point)

On your iPad, tap [Settings] – [Wi-Fi].
Tap the the Details button next to [Panasonic Display1], and in the network details,
activate [Auto-Join]. If [Panasonic Display1] is not shown in [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] on your iPad,
temporarily change the [WIRELESS LAN] setting on the projector to a network number other than [1],
wait a moment, and then restore the setting to [1].

• Direct connection (via an access point)

Make sure [NETWORK] – [WIRELESS LAN] in the projector's on-screen menu and the access point settings
on your iPad are configured correctly.

<Did you quit the application while it was connected to the projector?>

If you quit the application while it is connected to the projector, the projector ID may no longer be displayed.
If so, wait a moment and then tap [Update] to update the list.

No Document File is Projected
<Make sure the projector to be used is connected to the network correctly>

Make sure the projector ID ([Proj****]) selected in [Setup] – [Find Projectors] matches the projector identified in
[NETWORK]* on the [INPUT GUIDE] screen. If they do not match, or if no projector is selected, see
"Connecting to the Projector" and establish a connection.

* For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [Panasonic APPLICATION].

<Make sure the selected files are supported for projection>

The following files may not be projected properly.

  • • Document files that contain animation, links, embedded motion images or audio, a Slideshow function, word art,
    comment displays.
  • • PDF files produced by scanning at high resolution.
No Photos is Projected
<Make sure the projector to be used is connected to the network correctly>

Make sure the projector ID ([Proj****]) selected in [Setup] – [Find Projectors] matches the projector identified in
[NETWORK]* on the [INPUT GUIDE] screen. If they do not match, or if no projector is selected, see
"Connecting to the Projector" and establish a connection.

* For the PT-VW345NZ/VX415NZ, select [Panasonic APPLICATION].

<Make sure location services are on>

If the iOS is a version earlier than iOS 6, projection is not possible when location services are disabled on your iPad.
In this case, complete the setting as follows.

  • • Select [Settings] – [Location Services] and activate location services. Set the tab for this application to [ON].
Projected Images Differ from Images Displayed in the Application

If you switch between multiple screens on your device, one after another, the image or page displayed may
not match the image projected, in some cases. If so, double-tap the screen to make the images match.

NOTE: For questions concerning the PT-VW435N, PT-VX505N, and PT-VX400NT, please visit the
"FAQ for the PT-VW435N, PT-VX505N, and PT-VX400NT" page.

* iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.