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'''MBH 216 Classroom Instructions'''
 
'''MBH 216 Classroom Instructions'''
  
More documentation will be coming soon.
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You can project from the desktop computer, laptop, document camera, and watch DVDs, VHS and BluRay discs.  You can also hook up extra pieces of media equipment like a laser disk player or camera etc. 
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Press the screen of the touch panel firmly until it lights up, touch again firmly where indicated to go to the home screen. There is a 60 second delay to allow the projector to warm up.  During this warm up time, the projector cannot be used.  
  
'''Please remember to turn the system off'''
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'''Lights''' - You can control the lights from the touch panel, on and off and there are three settings: full, note taking, video.
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'''Screen Control''' - Press the Screen Control button.  You can also choose to change the aspect ratio from normal, 4:3, to widescreen, 16:9.
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'''Projecting from Desktop''' - On the main page of the touch panel, touch the computer icon. Choose Installed PC. Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.
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'''Projecting from a Laptop''' -  On the main page of the touch panel, touch the computer icon. Choose the Laptop. Connect the VGA cable to your laptop. If you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter (dongle). Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image. Ideal resolution for this projector is 1280 x XXX. If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document. 
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'''Document Camera''' - On the Main page of the touch panel, touch Doc Cam. Turn on the Document Camera.  You can pan, zoom, and move the camera left, right, up, and down around on your document.  Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.
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'''Playing a BluRay''' - On the Main page of the touch panel, touch BluRay DVD. Power on the BluRay player and insert a disc. You can control the BluRay player from the touch panel including play, pause, and previous chapter, scan reverse, stop/eject, rewind, scan forward, next chapter, and DVD Menu. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus.  Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your movie. You can also play regular DVDs in the Blu-ray player if they are Region 1.  If not, you will need to use the regular DVD player.
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'''Playing a VHS''' - On the main page of the touch panel, touch DVD/VCR Combo. On this screen you will need to select your source, DVD or VCR. Power on the combo player, select VCR and insert your tape or disc. You can control the DVD/VHS player from the touch panel including play, stop, scan reverse, scan forward, and pause. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus.  Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image. 
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'''AUX Sources''' - This is where you can connect an extra piece of equipment such as a VCR or DVD player, camera, etc. 
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'''Blanking the Screen''' - If you want to blank the screen again, press Blank the Projector, you have to press this very firmly, you will hear a beep and the button must turn gray with red lettering. If you are switching between sources, ie. Computer and DVD, the screen will stay on the first source until you push the Show on the Projector button, then it will switch to the new source.
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'''Lectern Capture''' - This device is for Media Services use only.
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'''Please remember to shut all equipment off.  Touch the red Shut System Down button on the touch panel, and touch red System Off.'''
  
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]] or contact the Helpdesk at x2200.'''
 
'''For troubleshooting tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]] or contact the Helpdesk at x2200.'''

Revision as of 11:23, 29 October 2013

MBH 216 Classroom Instructions

You can project from the desktop computer, laptop, document camera, and watch DVDs, VHS and BluRay discs. You can also hook up extra pieces of media equipment like a laser disk player or camera etc. Press the screen of the touch panel firmly until it lights up, touch again firmly where indicated to go to the home screen. There is a 60 second delay to allow the projector to warm up. During this warm up time, the projector cannot be used.

Lights - You can control the lights from the touch panel, on and off and there are three settings: full, note taking, video.

Screen Control - Press the Screen Control button. You can also choose to change the aspect ratio from normal, 4:3, to widescreen, 16:9.

Projecting from Desktop - On the main page of the touch panel, touch the computer icon. Choose Installed PC. Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.

Projecting from a Laptop - On the main page of the touch panel, touch the computer icon. Choose the Laptop. Connect the VGA cable to your laptop. If you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter (dongle). Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image. Ideal resolution for this projector is 1280 x XXX. If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.

Document Camera - On the Main page of the touch panel, touch Doc Cam. Turn on the Document Camera. You can pan, zoom, and move the camera left, right, up, and down around on your document. Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.

Playing a BluRay - On the Main page of the touch panel, touch BluRay DVD. Power on the BluRay player and insert a disc. You can control the BluRay player from the touch panel including play, pause, and previous chapter, scan reverse, stop/eject, rewind, scan forward, next chapter, and DVD Menu. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus. Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your movie. You can also play regular DVDs in the Blu-ray player if they are Region 1. If not, you will need to use the regular DVD player.

Playing a VHS - On the main page of the touch panel, touch DVD/VCR Combo. On this screen you will need to select your source, DVD or VCR. Power on the combo player, select VCR and insert your tape or disc. You can control the DVD/VHS player from the touch panel including play, stop, scan reverse, scan forward, and pause. Use the arrow buttons to navigate menus. Press Show on the Projector; this will lower the screen and project your image.

AUX Sources - This is where you can connect an extra piece of equipment such as a VCR or DVD player, camera, etc.

Blanking the Screen - If you want to blank the screen again, press Blank the Projector, you have to press this very firmly, you will hear a beep and the button must turn gray with red lettering. If you are switching between sources, ie. Computer and DVD, the screen will stay on the first source until you push the Show on the Projector button, then it will switch to the new source.

Lectern Capture - This device is for Media Services use only.

Please remember to shut all equipment off. Touch the red Shut System Down button on the touch panel, and touch red System Off.

For troubleshooting tips go to go/troubleshoot or contact the Helpdesk at x2200.

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