Difference between revisions of "PCUG Training Room - Notes for Presenters"

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==== VGA ====
 
The projector also supports VGA
 
The projector also supports VGA
 
*the VGA switch used is <span style="color:#c93800; ">'''not'''</span> automatic
 
*the VGA switch used is <span style="color:#c93800; ">'''not'''</span> automatic
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*#*press button in middle of switch until relevant red LED iights
 
*#*press button in middle of switch until relevant red LED iights
 
*#*press '''INPUT''' button on prjector remote
 
*#*press '''INPUT''' button on prjector remote
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*#use up/down arrow keys on remote to select '''Computer''' (VGA) at top of menu
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*#press enter to activate and exit menu
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*#*allow about 15 seconds for projector to switch inputs and your computer to "wake"
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*#*at end of session, return input to '''HDMI'''
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==== USB Drive ====
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The projector supports direct display of Powerpoint presentations from a USB device
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#plug USB drive to projector's socket on rear
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#*correct any resulting misalignment of the projector image on screen
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#*do <span style="color:#c93800; ">'''not'''</span> pull <span style="color:#c93800; ">'''down '''</span> on projector
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#*push <span style="color:#c93800; ">''up'''</span> on relevant edge or <span style="color:#c93800; ">'''not'''</span> in horizonal plane

Revision as of 16:41, 16 April 2014

Please do not alter these notes unless you are a PCUG Trainer or Technical Volunteer. The notes are provided as a Quick Start Guide to Presenters, some of whom might be using the projector for the first time

General guidance for using projectors/multiple displays on computers are at

Connection

HDMI

Primary connection is now via HDMI

  • the 3-way HDMI switch defaults to the only powered port
    • normally either Trainer PC or Presenter's device
    • up to 2 Presenter's devices can be attached simultaneously and switched via the button on top of the switch


VGA

The projector also supports VGA

  • the VGA switch used is not automatic
    1. connect a "flying" VGA cable to your computer
    2. ensure that the purple VGA switch is set to the same cable number
      • press button in middle of switch until relevant red LED iights
      • press INPUT button on prjector remote
    3. use up/down arrow keys on remote to select Computer (VGA) at top of menu
    4. press enter to activate and exit menu
      • allow about 15 seconds for projector to switch inputs and your computer to "wake"
      • at end of session, return input to HDMI


USB Drive

The projector supports direct display of Powerpoint presentations from a USB device

  1. plug USB drive to projector's socket on rear
    • correct any resulting misalignment of the projector image on screen
    • do not pull down on projector
    • push up' on relevant edge or not in horizonal plane