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3. Click on the PJLink Command cell, the settings will be opened under the playlist. '''(C)'''
 
3. Click on the PJLink Command cell, the settings will be opened under the playlist. '''(C)'''
  
4. In the settings tab:  
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4. In the settings tab: '''(D)'''
 
*set the command on Power on (Video on/off, controls the shutter of the projector),  
 
*set the command on Power on (Video on/off, controls the shutter of the projector),  
*uncheck the dry run box so your action will take effect, '''(D)'''
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*uncheck the dry run box so your action will take effect,  
 
*set the password to access the projectors (the default PJLink password can be usually found in the user manual of the projector and can changed by the user),
 
*set the password to access the projectors (the default PJLink password can be usually found in the user manual of the projector and can changed by the user),
 
*set the IP address to every projector connected to the network that you want to control.
 
*set the IP address to every projector connected to the network that you want to control.

Revision as of 16:51, 29 January 2020

In this tutorial, we will turn a projector on using the PJlink Command in playlist.

1. Go to Playlist. (A)

2. Right-click on an empty cell and select PJLink Command from the Context Menu.

Context Menu → Input/Output → PJLink Command (B)

3. Click on the PJLink Command cell, the settings will be opened under the playlist. (C)

4. In the settings tab: (D)

  • set the command on Power on (Video on/off, controls the shutter of the projector),
  • uncheck the dry run box so your action will take effect,
  • set the password to access the projectors (the default PJLink password can be usually found in the user manual of the projector and can changed by the user),
  • set the IP address to every projector connected to the network that you want to control.

6. Play the Playlist to send the PJlink Command to the projectors.

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