Home Projecting Photos & Documents Using the Epson iProjection App for iOS


Projecting Photos

You can use the Epson iProjection app to project .JPG and .PNG images.

  1. Tap iProjection menu icon at the top of the app screen.

    iProjection menu
     
  2. Tap Photos.

    iProjection Photo Album menu
     
  3. Tap the photo album containing the photos you want to display.
     
  4. Tap the photo you want to display.

    iProjection photo selection preview

    Navigate the photo album using the following controls:

    • Tap right-facing blue triangle inside black outlined square or swipe left to display the next photo in the album.

    • Tap left-facing blue triangle inside black outlined square or swipe right to display the previous photo in the album.

    • Tap last button to display the last photo in the album.

    • Tap first button to display the first photo in the album.

    • Tap Annotation tool icon to open the annotation tool.

    • Tap project icon to project the current image (when multiple devices are connected to the projector; not available when a moderator controls the projector).

    • Spread two fingers apart to zoom in.

    • Pinch two fingers together to zoom out.

 


Projecting Documents

You can use the Epson iProjection app to project the following file formats:

  • Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx, Office 2003 or later)
  • Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx, Office 2003 or later)
  • Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx, Office 2003 or later)
  • Keynote (.key)
  • Adobe PDF files (.pdf, PDF 1.7, Acrobat 8 compatible or later)
  1. Tap iProjection menu icon at the top of the app screen.

    iProjection menu
     
  2. Tap Documents.

    iProjection Documents menu
     
  3. Tap the name of the file you want to display.

    Note: If your document is stored on a cloud service, tap Cloud service icon, select your cloud service app, and tap the name of the document.

    Navigate the document using the following controls:

    iProjection document preview
     
     
    • Tap right-facing blue triangle or swipe left to display the next page in the document.

    • Tap left-facing blue triangle or swipe right to display the previous page in the document.

    • Tap go-to-last icon to display the last page in the document.

    • Tap go-to-first to display the first page in the document.

    • Tap Annotation tool icon to open the annotation tool.

    • Tap Text size icon to resize the text displayed.

    • Tap Project icon to project the current image (when multiple devices are connected to the projector; not available when a moderator controls the projector).

    • Tap blue arrow pointing right to a rectangle to save an iCloud document to your device for offline use.

    • Spread two fingers apart to zoom in.

    • Pinch two fingers together to zoom out.

Note: The available options will vary depending on the document file format.