Wireless Projector
for Android

Introduction of the Application

This application for Android tablets and smartphones lets you send locally saved screenshots, document files (PDF), and images (JPEG/PNG), as well as photos shot by the built-in camera, to a wireless projector or flat-panel display over a wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) for pictures. The app supports screen rotation, media enlargement or reduction using a pinch gesture, and page navigation with flick gesture.

Important:

  • Documents created with PowerPoint/Excel/Word are not supported on Wireless Projector Ver. 2.6.0 or later.

As of June 2019

*1 Please see Google Play for details.

Compatible models

Compatible models Applicable group*2
Projector PT-MZ770/MW730
・Requires optional wireless module*3
A
PT-MZ670/MW630/MZ570/MW530
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-VZ585N/VW545N/VX615N
PT-VZ575N/VW535N/VX605N B
PT-VW355N/VX425N
PT-VW435N/VX505N C
PT-VW345N/VX415N
PT-FW430/FX400
・Requires optional wireless module*3
D
PT-DZ570/DW530/DX500
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-FW300NT/F300NT
PT-VX400NT
PT-LB90NT
PT-VMZ60/VMW60
・Requires optional wireless module*3
E
PT-VMZ50/VMZ40/VMW50
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-VW360/VX430
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-LB425/LB385/LB355/LB305/LW375/LW335
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-TW371R/TW370/TX430/TX340
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-LB423/LB383/LB353/LW373/LW333
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-TW351R/TW350/TX410/TX320
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-EZ590/EW650/EW550/EX620/EX520
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-FZ570/FW530/FX500
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-LB412/LB382/LB332/LW362/LW312
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-TW343R/TW342/TX402/TX312
・Requires optional wireless module*3
PT-SX320A/SX300A/SW280A
PT-JX200 F
PT-JW130 G
Display TH-80BF1/65BF1/50BF1 a
TH-80LFB70/65LFB70/50LFB70 b
TH-80LFC70/65LFC70/50LFC70
TH-103PB1/85PB1/65PB1/50PB1
・Requires optional wireless module*3
TH-65PB2/50PB2
・Requires optional wireless module*3
TH-65PF50/50PF50/42PF50
・Requires optional wireless module*3
c

*2 How to prepare, connect, or use vary depending on the display device. Please confirm the model number and its applicable group.

*3 Wireless Module model-number varies depending on your display device.

Displayable content

  • Snap shot

  • JPEG/PNG files

  • PDF files

  • Camera

  • Marker function

    Blackboard mode

    With your finger, draw lines on displayed images, documents, or web pages.

  • Multi-Live Mode*5

    4-Screen Multi Style,4-Screen Index Style,16-Screen Index Style

    Multi-Live Mode allows the simultaneous pictures of up to 16 Android devices.

  • WEB Control function

  • Browser Remote Control function*5

  • *4 You can draw freehand lines on a blackboard-like screen.

  • *5 Above function may differ depending on the display device to communicate. Please refer to the Functions Supported On Specific Models chart for the details. Also, some buttons may differ depending on the display device to communicate.

Button/Area Names on Screen

・Display or layout of the screen may differ depending on the Android device being used.

How to Use
Wireless Projector for Android

  • The screen/operation image or screen layout shown on this page is for the PT-VX505N projector. Screens may vary for flat-panel displays and depending on Android devices.

  • “Display device” in this web site refers to Panasonic display (projectors and flat-panel displays).

  • For details on how to use or configure your Android device, refer to the appropriate user guide.

  • For details on how to use or configure the display device, as well as precautions on wireless use, refer to your display device’s "Operating Instruction " and "Network Operation Manual ".
    Projector: Operating Instruction and Network Operation Manual
    Display: Operation Instruction and Network Operation Manual

Getting Ready

Functions Supported On Specific Models

Applicable Model Group [SIMPLE]
Network
[S-DIRECT]
Network
[M-DIRECT]
Network
Other
Network
Network via
Access Point
Projector A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Display a
b
c

Note: For details on the model numbers of compatible display devices, refer to Compatible models.

Preparation Case 1-A: Connecting the Display Device and Android Device by Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), Not Via an Access Point

Use with Models Supporting [SIMPLE] Network Connection

You can connect your display device directly to your iOS/Android device.

Projector A B C D E F G
  1. 1) Turn the projector ON.

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

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] or [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [SIMPLE].

    3. Switch the input of your projector to [Panasonic APPLICATION]. The idle screen will appear.

  3. 3) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device,
      select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON.


  4. 4) Launch the application, then search for the projector.

    1. To connect, tap the projector’s Network ID text displayed in the projector search results as soon as the application starts up.
      After the projector is connected, the “connection done” message will be displayed on the screen, and you can now display images.

Display a b c
  1. 1) Turn the display ON.

  2. 2) Configure the display's local wireless network settings.

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [SIMPLE].

    3. Switch the input of your display to [Panasonic APPLICATION]. The idle screen will appear.

  3. 3) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON.

  4. 4) Launch the application, then search for the display.

    1. To connect, tap the display’s Network ID text displayed in the projector search results as soon as the application starts up.
      After the display is connected, the “connection done” message will be displayed on the screen, and you can now display images.

Note:

  • Projector
  • Display
  • To check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of the display device you wish to use, see “Tips”.

  • Note that your Android device’s Wi-Fi setting is changed when connected to a display device. To return to original Wi-Fi settings, disconnect from the display device in the List of Available Devices, or turn [One shot] to OFF in the top menu settings and quit the application. For more details, refer to “Usage 10: Disconnecting from the Display Device / Closing the Application Screen”.

  • [Search] function finds all connectable display devices including display devices with [SIMPLE] and [S-DIRECT] settings.

  • In the following cases, available display devices may not appear in the List of Available Devices even when they are on the network:

    • - When the location permission is set to OFF on your Android device.
      - When the location permission for this application is set to OFF on the settings app for Android devices.

    If the location permission is set to OFF, please turn it to ON and search for your display device again.

Use with Models Supporting [S-DIRECT] Network Connection

You can connect your display device directly to your Android device.

Projector A B C D E F G
  1. 1) Turn the projector ON.

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

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] or [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [S-DIRECT].

  3. 3) Switch the input of your projector to [Panasonic APPLICATION]-[NETWORK].

  4. 4) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON.

  5. 5) Launch the application, then search for projector.

    1. Select [Search].

    2. Tap the text displayed Network ID of the projector to connect from the List of Available Devices.

      The indication of the connected projector changes to light blue in color.

Display a b c
  1. 1) Turn the display ON.

  2. 2) Configure the display's local wireless network settings.

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] or [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [S-DIRECT].

  3. 3) Switch the input of your display to [Panasonic APPLICATION] – [NETWORK].

  4. 4) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON.

  5. 5) Launch the application, then search for display.

    1. Select [Search].

    2. Tap the text displayed Network ID of the display to connect from the List of Available Devices.

      The Network ID for the connected display is indicated in light blue.

Note:

  • Projector
  • Display
  • To check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of the display device you wish to use, see “Tips”.

  • Note that your Android device’s Wi-Fi setting is changed when connected to a display device. To return to original Wi-Fi settings, disconnect from the display device in the List of Available Devices, or turn [One Shot] to OFF in the top menu settings and quit the application. For more details, refer to “Usage 10: Disconnecting from the Display Device / Closing the Application Screen”.

  • [S-DIRECT] network is not supported for iOS devices (Wireless Projector for iOS application). For wireless pictures with these Android devices, employ [SIMPLE] or [M-DIRECT] network modes.

  • [Search] function finds all connectable display devices including display devices with [SIMPLE] and [S-DIRECT] settings.

  • In the following cases, available display devices may not appear in the List of Available Devices even when they are on the network:

    • - When the location permission is set to OFF on your Android device.
      - When the location permission for this application is set to OFF on the settings app for Android devices.

    If the location permission is set to OFF, please turn it to ON and search for your display device again.

Use with Models Supporting [M-DIRECT] Network Connection

This function is for a basic access point. You can change the SSID or the wireless network channel.
When using [M-DIRECT] network, the Android device must be connected to the [M-DIRECT] network via Wi-Fi in advance.

Projector A B C D E F G
  1. 1) Turn the projector ON.

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

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] or [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [M-DIRECT].

  3. 3) Switch the input of your projector to [Panasonic APPLICATION]-[NETWORK].

  4. 4) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.

    3. Select the SSID of the projector you want to connect to.

    4. Input the [M-DIRECT] preset key and select the connection, and your Android device will connect to wireless LAN.

Display a b c
  1. 1) Turn the display ON.

  2. 2) Configure the display's local wireless network settings.

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [M-DIRECT].

  3. 3) Switch the input of your display to [Panasonic APPLICATION]-[NETWORK].

  4. 4) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.

    3. Select [M-DIRECT****] (**** is the last four digits of Network ID).

    4. By Inputting [M-DIRECT] key set for the display in the password section, your display will be connected to wireless LAN.

Note:

  • Projector
  • Display
  • To check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of the display device you will use, see “Tips”.

  • For information on the M-DIRECT key, refer to your display device’s "Operating Instruction ".
    Projector: Operation Instruction
    Display: Operation Instruction

  • Display devices may not immediately be found when searching the network depending on the Android device. Try turning your Android device's Wi-Fi setting OFF and then ON again.

Connecting via other wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  1. 1) Turn the display device ON.

  2. 2) Set your Android device as Wi-Fi access point.

    1. On your Android device, select [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [More].

    2. Select [Tethering and Portable hotspot] – [Configure Wi-Fi hotspot] to display the settings screen.

    3. Enter the network SSID, security, and password information, then select [Save].

    4. Place a checkmark in the [Portable Wi-Fi hotspot] checkbox to activate it. Your Android device is now a Wi-Fi access point.

  3. 3) Switch the input of your display device to [NETWORK].

  4. 4) Configure the display device's local wireless network settings.

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] – [WIRELESS LAN], select your preference from [USER1] – [USER3].

    3. Enter the same settings as you did for the Android device's Wi-Fi access point in step 2) for wireless LAN detail settings to complete setup.

    4. Your display device and Android device will be connected via Wi-Fi.

Note:

  • Projector
  • Display
  • If the Android device has no Wi-Fi hotspot or tethering function, connect according to the following procedure Preparation Case 1-B: Connecting the Display Device and Android Device by Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), Via an Access Point.

  • If the display device cannot be found even though the wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) connection with the display device has been correctly set, the display device can sometimes be found by selecting [Mobile networks] from [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [More] on the Android device, and then removing the check mark in the [Mobile data] check box to deactivate data access to the mobile network.

Projector A B C D E F G
  1. 1) Turn the projector ON.

  2. 2) Switch the input of your projector to [NETWORK].

  3. 3) Connect your Android device by wireless LAN.

    1. On your Android, tap [Settings]-[Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown.

    3. Select [Network Display] [Network Display****], and connect to wireless LAN.
      When prompted for a password, enter the password.

      • ・ Factory default password: panasonic

      • ・ If you do not know the password, please refer to the product specification pages or ask network administrator for further details.

Note:

Preparation Case 1-B: Connecting the Display Device and Android Device by Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), Via an Access Point

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  1. 1) Turn the display device ON.

  2. 2) Connect the display device to the local wireless network.

    1. Display the on-screen menu.

    2. In [NETWORK] or [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select your preference from [USER1] – [USER3] or [USER].

    3. Complete the configuration for your access point in wireless LAN detail settings.

  3. 3) Switch the input of your display device to [Panasonic APPLICATION]-[NETWORK].

  4. 4) Join the local wireless network from your Android device.

    1. On your Android device, tap [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi].

    2. Turn [Wi-Fi] ON. Available networks are shown under [Wi-Fi].

    3. Tap the access point name (SSID) specified in step 2). Your Android device is now connected to the local wireless network.

Note:

  • If your access point is encrypted, a password input screen is displayed.
    If you do not know the password, ask your network administrator.

How to Connect

Connection Case 1: Connecting to a Display Device by Searching for the Display Device

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  • When the Application Has Not Been Launched

    1. Tap the icon for this application in the Home Screen.

    2. [Please select the device to connect] screen will appear as soon as the application starts up.
      The display device's network ID that are found are shown in the List of Available Devices.

      Tap the Network ID text of the display device you wish to use from the List of Available Devices.

    3. Select OK when confirmation message is displayed, and connect to the display device.

    4. The Network ID for the connected display device is indicated in light blue.

  • When the Application Has Already Been Launched

    1. Select [Search].
      The display device’s network ID that are found are shown in the List of Available Devices.

    2. Tap the Network ID [Proj****] of the display device you wish to use from the List of Available Devices.

    3. Select OK when confirmation message is displayed, and connect to the display device.

    4. The Network ID for the connected display device is indicated in light blue.

Note:

  • To re-display the List of Available Devices, select [Search] or on the top left.

  • To check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of the display device you will use, see “Tips”.

  • When password setting on the display device [NETWORK]/[NETWORK/USB] – [PASSWORD] is ON, or [NETWORK/USB] – [Panasonic APPLICATION] – [PASSWORD] is ON, a password input screen is displayed.

  • To update the information in the List of Available Devices, tap .

Projector A B C D E F G
  • When the Application Has Not Been Launched

    1. Tap the icon for this application in the Home Screen.

    2. Available devices are shown after starting the application.
      Tap the projector [Model Number/IP Address] or [Projector Name/IP Address].

    3. Projection Position Selection screen will be displayed. Select the position to display.

    4. Enter Login password displayed on projection screen of the projector, and tap [OK] button to connect to the projector.

    5. The indication of the connected projector changes to light blue in color.

      • Projector displayed with [Model Number/IP Address]

      • Projector displayed with [Projector Name/IP Address]

  • When the Application Has Already Been Launched

    1. Select [Search].
      The projector’s network ID that are found are shown in the List of Available Devices.

    2. Tap the projector [Model Number/IP Address] or [Projector Name/IP Address] in the List of Available Devices.

    3. Projection Position Selection screen will be displayed. Select the position to display.

    4. Enter Login password displayed on projection screen of the projector, and tap [OK] button to connect to the projector.

    5. The indication of the connected projector changes to light blue in color.

      • Projector displayed with [Model Number/IP Address]

      • Projector displayed with [Projector Name/IP Address]

Note:

To check [IP Address] and [Login Password], see “Tips”.

Projector A B C D E F G
  • When the Application Has Not Been Launched

    1. Tap the icon for this application in the Home Screen.

    2. The Space Player List will appear as soon as the application starts up.

    3. Tap the Space Player’s Network ID ([Proj****]) to connect it.
      Tap the space on the right of the Space Player’s Network ID text [Proj****] to confirm connection or use Content Manager function. The icon will appear.

    When Confirming Space Player Connection

    You can confirm connection to the selected Space Player on the Space Player List before displaying to the Space Player.

    1. Select [Confirm the connection] from the displayed icons.

    2. The selected Space Player’s LED will flash.

    When Using Content Manager

    You can use the Space Player’s Content Manager function.

    1. Select the Space Player’s Network ID ([Proj****]) from the Space Player List.

    2. Select [Content Manager] from the displayed icons.

    3. A browser will open and the authentication dialog box appears. Enter your “Username” and “Password” set in the Space Player and select “Login”.
      The Content Manager page is displayed, and Content Manager can be controlled via web browser.

  • When the Application Has Already Been Launched

    1. Select [Search].
      The display device’s network ID that are found are shown in the List of Available Devices.

    2. Tap the Space Player’s Network ID ([Proj****]) to connect it.
      Tap the space on the right of the Space Player’s Network ID text [Proj****] to confirm connection or use Content Manager function. The icon will appear.

    When Confirming Space Player Connection

    You can confirm connection to the selected Space Player on the Space Player List before displaying to the Space Player.

    1. Select [Confirm the connection] from the displayed icons.

    2. The selected Space Player’s LED will flash.

    When Using Content Manager

    You can use the Space Player’s Content Manager function.

    1. Select the Space Player’s Network ID ([Proj****]) from the Space Player List.

    2. Select [Content Manager] from the displayed icons.

    3. A browser will open and the authentication dialog box appears. Enter your “Username” and “Password” set in the Space Player and select “Login”.
      The Content Manager page is displayed, and Content Manager can be controlled via web browser.

Note:

  • For details on the Content Manager function, refer to the Space Player’s “Operating Instruction”.

Connection Case 2: Connecting to a Display Device by Using the Registration List

Specify the display device IP address to connect. The IP address is registered in the Registration List.
You can also export/import registered data.

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c

Display Device Registration

  1. Tap the icon for this application in the Home Screen.

  2. Tap [Search], or select – [Search] to display the [Search] screen.

  3. Tap [Select from registration list].

  4. Select [Register projector].

  5. Enter preferred [Registered Name] and [IP Address] in the registration screen, then press [Register].
    You can confirm if specified display device is on the network by using [Confirm] before selecting [Register].
    Any name can be used for the [Registered Name].

  6. The registered name will be added to the Registration List.

Connecting the Display Device

  1. Tap [Select from registration list]. Select the display device to be used.

  2. If [Confirm] was not performed during display device registration, a confirmation message will be displayed.
    Press [OK] to connect to the display device.

Exporting the Registration List

All registered data will be stored.

  1. Select [Export] in the Registration List.

  2. Enter any desired name into the File Name Input dialog, then select [OK].

Importing the Registration List

  1. Select [Import] in the Registration List.

  2. Choose the file to be imported from the displayed list, then select [Import].

Editing/Deleting the Registered Data

The Registered Data can be edited or deleted.

  1. Press and hold the registered name to be deleted from the Registration Name.

  2. The selection dialog will be displayed. Select [Edit] or [Remove].

Note:

  • To confirm your display device’s IP address, refer to your display device’s "Operating Instruction " and "Network Operation Manual ".
    Projector: Operating Instruction and Network Operation Manual
    Display: Operation Instruction and Network Operation Manual

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

  • The exported registration data will be saved as xml data in the [projectorinfo] folder.

  • For projectors, Network ID or projector name in the registration or editing dialog box may be displayed as ----- or a model number for some models.

Connection Case 3: Connecting to a Display Device Using QR Code

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c

Reading the QR code displayed on the Panasonic Application Mode idle screen enables automatic Android device and display device connection, and allows the user to commence wireless media pictures.

  1. 1) Setting Up the display device's Wireless LAN

    1. Display the on-screen menu             

    2. In [NETWORK/USB] – [WIRELESS LAN], select [SIMPLE]             

  2. 2) Switch display device Input to [Panasonic APPLICATION]. Idle Screen Appears

  3. 3) Display Device Connection Using QR Code Scanning Method

    1. Tap the icon for this application in the Home Screen.
      Then display Search Projector screen from [Search] or (Search)

    2. Select [Connect using a QR code]

    3. Take a photo of your display device's idle screen

    4. Select [OK] when the confirmation message appears. Display device is now connected

Note:

  • QR code displayed on the Panasonic APPLICATION Mode idle screen may only appear only when [Wireless LAN] is set to [SIMPLE].

Using the Application

Applicable Model Group*1 Pointer Function LIVE SETTINGS Moderator Mode LIVE SETTINGS Multi-Live Mode LIVE SETTINGS Simple Multi-Live Mode Browser
WEB Control
Browser Remote Control
Projector A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Display a
b
c

*1 For details on the model numbers of compatible display devices, refer to Compatible models.

Usage 1: Sending a Screenshot (One Shot Picture)

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  1. In the top menu of this application, select – [Settings] – [One Shot] to turn it ON.

  2. Push [Return] or [Home] button on your Android device to close this application screen with the display device connected.

  3. Use Screen Capture to display the desired image while it is being displayed.
    (For Panasonic devices for Android, you can take a screen capture by pressing and holding [Power] and [Volume -] buttons simultaneously.)

Display Device Connection Timeout

  • A specific time period can be set during which One Shot sending can be performed after this application screen has closed.

  • Select the time [OFF] [10 min.] [30 min.] [60min.] from – [Settings] – [Timeout]. Connection with the display device is maintained after closing the application screen for the period specified in this setting.

  • If you want to always be able to send One Shot up until the time that the display device is disconnected, turn [Timeout] OFF.

Note:

  • This application screen needs to be closed to operate this function.

  • The Screen Capture procedure varies depending on the Android device being used. For details, refer to the user's guide that came with your Android device.

  • If you want the display device to be disconnected when you close the application screen, turn [One Shot] OFF.

  • To delete a One Shot image from the picture screen, send another image or document file or disconnect from the display device.

Note (

  • Projector

E group only):

  • When connecting multiple Android devices and selecting the same display style, screen with the latest setting will be displayed. To display the previous screen, select [Live Setting] at the lower left, then select the preferred position to display.

Usage 2: Displaying JPEG/PNG Files

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  1. In the top menu of this application, select – [Picture].

  2. Tap the folder containing images to display. A list of thumbnails is displayed.

  3. Tap an image to display. The selected image is displayed from the display device.
    You can access the previous or next image by flicking right or left on the screen.
    To select images in other albums, select – [Picture].

Other Operations

  • Use a press and hold gesture to display operating buttons. Use the up/down keys to enlarge or reduce the image, and the left/right keys to turn the page. Press and hold again, and the operating buttons disappear.

  • You can zoom in or out on portions of images using a pinch gesture.

  • To pan zoomed images, drag them.

  • To restore the initial image size, double-tap the screen.

  • When the [Page number] button under or to the right of the image on screen is tapped, image information is displayed.

  • : If you select [SLIDESHOW], all images in the folder containing the currently displayed image will be displayed in a slideshow. To close slideshow, select [SLIDESHOW] again.

  • : Select [Setting] – [SLIDESHOW] to set the start position, display interval and loop ON/OFF.

Note:

  • Image files in formats other than JPEG/PNG cannot be displayed.

Note (

  • Projector

E group only):

  • When connecting multiple Android devices and selecting the same display style, screen with the latest setting will be displayed. To display the previous screen, select [Live Setting] at the lower left, then select the preferred position to display.

Usage 3: Displaying PDF Files

Projector A B C D E F G
Display a b c
  1. From Select Contents In the top menu of this application or at the upper right section of the screen, select [PDF].

  2. Tap the folder containing PDF to display. The PDF file list is displayed.

  3. Select a PDF to display.
    If a file is selected, a thumbnail of each page of the document is displayed.

  4. When the page to be displayed is selected from the thumbnail images, the file is displayed by the display device.
    For PDF files containing several pages, you can switch between subsequent pages or slides by flicking the right or left side on the screen.
    To select PDF file other folders, choose and select content.

Other Operations

  • Use a press and hold gesture to display operating buttons. Use the up/down keys to enlarge or reduce the image, and the left/right keys to turn the page. Press and hold again, and the operating buttons disappear.

  • You can zoom in or out on portions of pages by pinching on the screen.

  • To pan zoomed pages, drag them.

  • To restore the initial page size, double-tap the screen.

  • When you tap the bar under the image being displayed, image information appears.

Note:

  • Document files that contain animation, links, embedded motion images, embedded audio, embedded tables and graphs, word art, comment displays, password-protected files, or PDF produced by scanning at high resolution may not be properly displayed.

  • Any document created with PowerPoint/Excel/ Word needs to be converted to PDF files to display.

Note (

  • Projector

E group only):

  • When connecting multiple Android devices and selecting the same display style, screen with the latest setting will be displayed. To display the previous screen, select [Live Setting] at the lower left, then select the preferred position to display.

Usage 4: Displaying with Multiple Android Devices

Connecting to a Display Using Moderator Mode

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There are two types of live screen transmission functions, Live Mode and Moderator Mode, in Panasonic APPLICATION.

● Live Mode

When a single Android device is transmitting media wirelessly, the image is displayed in full screen. When additional Android devices commence transmission, the images from each are displayed in split screen.

To enlarge an image from an individual Android device while content from multiple Android devices is displayed in split screen mode, perform Enlarge/Reduce screen, and the image displays at full-screen size. To return to split screen, perform Enlarge/Reduce screen on the Android device displaying content in full screen.

Any Android device with the display device's on-screen menu – [NETWORK/USB] – [Panasonic APPLICATION] – [CUT IN] switched ON may take over full-screen display from another Android device already displaying full-screen content on the display device screen. Android devices with this setting OFF cannot resize images or take over pictures from other devices even if content is playing on the Android device screen. The CUT IN mode is intended to facilitate quick and easy sharing of content to the display device for small groups of people in meetings or classrooms.

Enlarge/Reduce Android Device Screen Pictures via Application

  1. Select in the application

  2. Select

● Moderator Mode

This mode enables the selection and display of an Android device’s screen from up to 16 Android devices connected to the display device. This mode is ideal for groups wishing to share content from multiple Android device screens to the display device screen.

Select Android Device Screen for Pictures Using Application

  1. Check connected display devices in the List of Available Devices in the application.

  2. Select the display device's Network ID. Tap the Moderator Mode icon next to Network ID. The icon appears only when Moderator Mode is supported.

  3. Enter display device username and password to authenticate user, and select [Login]. Panasonic APPLICATION Moderator Mode page is displayed. This enables the user to select an Android device to display content from via web browser. Press the sender name button of desired for big-screen pictures. Press the sender name again. Then return to the page showing multiple Android device screens.

Note:

  • [Projector in Use] – [Moderator Mode] in the display device settings screen appears only when communicating with a display device supporting Moderator Mode.

  • When wireless LAN is set to [SIMPLE] or [M-DIRECT], a maximum of 10 Android devices can be connected via wireless LAN at a time, and a maximum 10 Android device screens can be displayed on the display device screen simultaneously.

  • Factory default username and password for the Moderator Mode webpage are as follows but may vary with some display devices. Please refer to the display device specification pages for further details.
    Username: moderator
    Password: @Panasonic (or panasonic)

  • Default Moderator Mode username and password can be changed via [Change password] button on the Browser Control page when logged in as an administrator.

  • While Moderator Mode website can be used by Browser Control administrators, Panasonic recommends use by a dedicated Moderator Mode administrator.

Connecting to a Display Device Using Multi-Live Mode

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Multi-Live Mode makes it possible for several people to display images from their Android devices simultaneously.
This is handy for meetings attended by participants using a multiple number of Android devices.

  • 4-Screen Multi Style

    The screens from up to four Android devices can be simultaneously displayed.

  • 4-Screen Index Style

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

  • 16-Screen Index Style*

    The screens from up to 16 Android devices can be displayed in thumbnail form, and a selected Android device screen can be switched to a full screen display.

* When using the [Simple], [M-DIRECT], or [S-DIRECT] setting for your display device, you can connect with up to 10 Android devices at the same time.

This application lets you switch the Live style and change the picture position.
Also, Multi-Live Mode offers 4-Screen Index Style and 16-Screen Index Style displays by switching the display style.

Setting the Sender's Name
  1. In the top menu of this application, select – [Live Setting].

  2. Set [Sender name settings in multi live mode] to [Do not display], and input the desired name.
    (You can enter up to 8 one-byte alphabet characters and numbers.)

  3. Set [Sender name settings in multi live mode] to [Display on].

  4. The sender's name is displayed on the images displayed with Multi-Live mode.

Select the Live Style and Display Position
  1. In the top menu of this application, select – [Live Setting].

  2. Use [Choose live style] to select the style.

  3. Use [Position of display on projection screen] to select the desired picture position.

  4. When [Apply] is selected, the display switches to the chosen live style, and the image is displayed in 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.

  1. In the top menu of this application, select – [Live Setting].

  2. Use the directional keys of [Choose projector for enlargement] to select the thumbnail screens to be displayed on all screens (by moving the yellow frame on the picture screen).

  3. When the center of the directional keys 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.

Note:

  • To exit Multi Live mode, first select [Choose live style] – [Full-screen style], and then select [Apply].

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

【Using Simple Multi Mode】

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This function allows multiple users take turns displaying images using multiple Android devices at meeting.
The display style and picture position can also be switched.

Change the Display Style
  1. Select the position to display device in [Live Setting].

Note:

  • You can connect with up to 4 Android devices at the same time.

  • When connecting multiple Android devices, 2-split display and 4-split display cannot be displayed at the same time. Screen with the latest setting will be displayed.

  • When connecting multiple Android devices and selecting the same picture position (e.g., selecting left-half in [Live Setting], then selecting the same position by the other Android device), Android screen selecting the same position will be displayed. To display the previous screen, select [Live Setting], then select the preferred position to display.

Usage 5: Camera Picture (Camera-Equipped Android Devices Only)

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  1. In the top menu of this application, tap [Camera].

  2. : If you select [Shoot], a still image is captured and displayed by the display device.

  3. : If you select [Continuous Projection], camera images will be displayed continuously by the display device in regular intervals.

  4. If you select [Continuous Projection] again, the display device will stop displaying images.

Other Operations

  • Selecting enables a variety of operations.
    Selecting lets you switch the cameras (front camera, back camera).
    Selecting lets you turn the LED light ON/OFF.
    Selecting lets you change the image quality to High Quality or Standard Quality.

  • Selecting sets the currently displaying image as a background and you can draw freehand lines (using the Marker) onto the image and display them.

Returning to the Top Menu

Select the [Back] button on the Android device to turn off the camera function.

Note:

  • If there is only one camera, or if there is no LED light, selection cannot be made.

Note (

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  • When connecting multiple Android devices and selecting the same display style, screen with the latest setting will be displayed. To display the previous screen, select [Live Setting] at the lower left, then select the preferred position to display.

Usage 6: Using the Marker

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You can draw freehand lines (marker) onto image files or document files, and send the data as is.
Also, with the image or document open, you can use the marker on the blackboard screen.

  1. Using the application, display an image or document file.

  2. Selecting sets the currently displayed image or document as a background and activates the Marker function.

  3. Select a desired Pen from the tool icons and draw lines. Lines can be deleted by selecting Eraser.

  4. To turn off the Marker function, select .

Other Operations

  • On first activation, each pen is displayed in red, green, and blue. Background color is set to blackboard color.

  • : To change the pen color, press and hold each pen icon and select a desired color from the displayed palette.

  • : If you select [Transparency], you can change the degree of transparency of lines to draw afterward between [Semi-transparent]
    and [Non-transparent].

  • : When you select [Pen], each time you tap a pen icon, the line thickness of the corresponding pen increases (5 steps).

  • : If you select [Background Setting], you can choose image selected at the time of Marker activation or [Background Color].
    To change the background color, press and hold [Background Setting] and select a desired color from the displayed palette.

  • : If you select [Display Change], you can display or hide the markers.

  • : If you select [Delete All], all markers will be erased.

  • If you select the [Save] icon, you can save the drawn markers together with the background image in an image file.
    The saved image can be displayed by selecting – [Picture] – [MARKER].

  • If a saved file does not display, reselect the [MAKER] folder.

Usage 7: Using the Pointer

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You can display the pointer at a touch position on an image or a document file.

  1. Use this application to display an image or a document file.

  2. Press and hold [Marker] to activate the Pointer function.

  3. Move your finger across the screen to move the pointer.

  4. When you remove your finger from the screen, the pointer disappears.

  5. To turn off the Pointer function, select [Marker] again (pointer also disappears).

Note:

  • Pointer is displayed on the screen only.

  • Pointer can be displayed only when displayed on full screen.

Usage 8: Using the Browser Control Function

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You can check the display device's status and control the display device via WEB Control.

  1. Check the display devices in connection in the List of Available Devices displayed by the application.

  2. Select the connected display device and choose [Browser Control] from the displayed icons.

  3. A browser will open and the authentication dialog box appears.
    Enter your “Username” and “Password” set in the display device and select “Login”.
    The Browser Control page is displayed, and the display device can be controlled via web browser.

Note:

  • For details on the Browser Control Function, refer to your display device’s "Operating Instruction ".
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  • The browser remote control screen may differ depending on the display device.

  • CRESTRON Connected ™ cannot be displayed if Web browser do not support Flash.

  • Use either of the following operations to return to the application:

    - Select [Back] on your Android device.

    - Select the [Home] button on your Android device, and then select the icon for this application from the application list in the Home Screen.

Usage 9: Using the Browser Remoto Control

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A control screen that looks like a display device remote controller can be accessed for display devices that are compatible with the Browser Remote Control Function.

  1. Check the display devices in connection in the List of Available Devices displayed by the application.

  2. Select the Network ID of the connected display device.
    Tap browser remote control icon indicated next to the display device's Network ID.
    (* The icon appears only for display devices supporting the “Browser Remote Control” function.)

  3. A browser will open and the authentication dialog box appears.
    Enter your "Username" and "Password" set in the display device for authentication.
    The Browser Remote Control screen is displayed, and the display device can be controlled by tapping buttons on the Browser Remote Control screen.

Note:

  • The web browser control screen may differ depending on the display device.

  • Use either of the following operations to return to the application:
    - Select [Back] on your Android device.
    - Click the [Home] button on your Android device, and then select the icon for this application from the application list in the Home Screen.

Usage 10: Disconnecting from the Display Device / Closing the Application Screen

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Disconnecting from the Display Device

Tapof the Network ID indicated in light blue in the [List of Available Devices].

Closing the Application Screen

Press [Back] on the main screen, then select [OK] in the dialog box.

Note:

Connection between Android device and display device will be maintained depending on the settings after the application screen is closed.

  • When [Settings]– [One shot] is turned OFF, it will be disconnected from the display device right after the application screen is closed.

  • When [Settings]– [Timeout] is turned OFF, connection will be maintained as long as “Disconnecting from the Display Device” is not implemented.

  • When [Settings]– [Timeout] is set to a certain time except OFF, connection will be maintained as long as the setting time unless “Disconnecting from the Display Device” is implemented.

Tips

How to check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of the display device you will use

You can do the following operations to check the Network ID ([Proj****]) of your display device.
The screen displayed may vary depending on the display device model. For details, select the icon on the application's
List of Available Devices to confirm the explanatory screen displayed.

Use with a Models Supporting [SIMPLE] Network Connection

For details on the model numbers of compatible display devices, refer to Compatible models.

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Press the [Panasonic APP] button on the display device remote control, and then refer to [Proj****] on the upper left section of the idle screen.
If the idle screen is not displayed, press the [AUTO SETUP] button on the remote control and check the Network ID ([Proj****]).

Use with Models Not Equipped with [SIMPLE] Network Connection

For details on the model numbers of compatible display devices, refer to Compatible models.

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Press the [Panasonic APP] or [NETWORK] button on the projector remote control, and then refer to [NETWORK (Panasonic APPLICATION)] – [Proj****] on the [INPUT GUIDE] screen.

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  1. Display the on-screen menu.

  2. In [NETWORK], select [NETWORK STATUS].

How to check [IP Address] and [Login Password]

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    [IP Address] and [Login Password] are displayed on the lower left section of the projection screen.


  • The screen of the projector

Use with Multi-device Picture

  • To allow multiple users to take turns displaying images, access the display device's on-screen menu and turn the following settings [ON]. Note operability may vary with some models.
    ・[NETWORK] – [LIVE MODE CUT IN]
    ・[NETWORK/USB] – [LIVE MODE CUT IN]
    ・[NETWORK/USB] – [Panasonic APPLICATION] – [CUT IN]

  • To prevent other users from interrupting operation, select [OFF] in this setting.

Troubleshooting

Unable to connect the display device via wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)

<It’s not right after the display device was turned on or switched to different input?>
If so, make sure to wait a while (longer than one minute), then connect again.

The display device is not shown in the List of Available Devices

<Make sure the Wi-Fi setting is activated>
If the Wi-Fi icon is not displayed on the status bar of the screen, complete the following settings on your Android device.

  • Set [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] to [ON].

  • Set [Settings] – [Airplane mode] to [OFF].

<Make sure you have joined the correct network>
In [Settings] – [Wireless and networks] – [Wi-Fi] on your Android device, check the wireless network name.

<Make sure the settings are configured correctly>
Make sure [NETWORK] – [WIRELESS LAN] in the display device's on-screen menu and the access point settings on your Android device
are configured correctly.
Turn [Settings]– [Wi-Fi] on the Android [OFF] once, then [ON] again to confirm.

<Did you quit the application while it was connected to the display device?>
If you quit the application while it is connected to the display device, the display device's Network ID may no longer be displayed.
If so, wait a moment and then tap [Update] to update the list.

I can't connect to an S-DIRECT compatible display device.

After turning the [Settings] – [Wi-Fi] of the Android device temporarily [OFF], turn it [ON] again and try to connect.
If you still cannot connect, turn the Android power off and then on again.

PDF files or image files of the JPEG/PNG format cannot be displayed.

<Make sure the display device to be used is connected to the network correctly>
Make sure that the display device's Network ID in a different color (display device connected) displayed in the List of Available Devices
matches the Network ID of the display device to display to. If they do not match or if no display device is selected, see "Connection Case 1: Connecting to a Display Device by Searching for the Display Device" and establish a connection.

<Make sure the selected files are supported for pictures>
The following PDF files may not be displayed properly.

  • Document files that contain animation, links, embedded motion images, embedded audio, embedded tables and graphs,
    word art, comment displays, or password-protected files.

  • PDF files produced by scanning at high resolution.

<Is it a document file with high-resolution images?>
When there are a large number of high-resolution images in a document file, correct display is sometimes not possible due to insufficient memory.

  • For a PDF file, use Acrobat's optimization or file size reduction function to lower the image resolution.

  • For details, refer to the operation manual of the application being used.

Displayed images differ from images displayed in the application

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

The Wi-Fi setting of the Android device that was changed when connecting to an S-DIRECT compatible display device
does not return to the original setting when I exit the application.

Start the application again, then follow these procedures:

  1. Select [Search].

  2. Disconnect the connected display device (press the [x button] at the right edge).

  3. Exit the application.

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