Creating and Sending a Scenario
EasyMP Operation Guide
Creating a Scenario
Verify the following points before creating a scenario.
• The data that is combined to create a scenario, such as
PowerPoint, graphics and movie files, must be created in advance.
• Only file types listed under "Files that Can be Included in
Scenarios" can be used. s
Start Windows on the computer, then select "Start" -
"Programs" (or, "All Programs") - "EPSON Projector"
- "EMP SlideMaker2".
EMP SlideMaker2 starts, and the scenario properties are displayed.
Enter each of the items on the following table, then
click the "OK" button.
This becomes the file name and scenario folder name of
the created scenario. This must be entered. Up to eight
capital letters and numbers can be entered. Keep this item
and the scenario folder directory in the next item to within
a maximum of 127 characters all told.
Specify where to create the scenario folder to be used
whilst creating the scenario. A scenario folder is created in
the directory specified here.
Click to select to play background music during scenario
playback. The audio file (WAVE format) selection screen
is displayed if this is selected. On this screen, select the
file to be used as the background music.
After selecting the audio file, play the file by clicking the
" " button on the right.
Stop playback by clicking the " " button.
Selects the background for graphic data in the scenario.
Image Quality EMP SlideMaker2 changes each slide in a PowerPoint file
to a JPEG file and saves it. Use this item to select the
image quality to be used during conversion to JPEG files.
A characteristic of JPEG files is that, when the
compression ratio is high, image quality is worse than
JPEG files of lower compression. However, highly
compressed files are smaller, and take less time to project.
Using this setup item, the compression ratio grows
progressively higher going from "Highest image quality"
to "High Quality" and "Standard". Therefore, when
"Highest image quality" is selected, a high-quality, large
JPEG file is saved. When "Standard" is selected, the image
quality is lower than for the other settings, but the JPEG
file is smaller.
If a JPEG file is included directly into a scenario, any of
the above image quality settings will become invalid for
that image, and the compression ratio of the original file is