Projecting Images on a USB Flash Drive WUX7500 / WUX6700 / WUX5800
Article ID: ART170573 | Date published: 05/31/2018 | Date last updated: 05/31/2018


Projecting Images on a USB Flash Drive  WUX7500 / WUX6700 / WUX5800


Projecting Images on a USB Flash Drive
JPEG images stored on a USB flash drive connected to the projector can be projected. Individual images can be selected for projection, or you can project all images in a slideshow.
JPEG images up to 10912x8640 can be projected.
1 Insert a USB flash drive in the USB port.
2 Press the INPUT button to select [USB].
3 In the USB file browser, select a file for projection.
For details on the USB file browser, see “Description of USB File Browser”, and for details on choosing files, see “Selecting an Image for

A USB card reader can also be used in the USB port.

Ending Projection
Remove the USB flash drive.
• USB flash drives with security features are not recognized by the projector and cannot be selected as the image source.
• If the projector cannot mount the file system, the drive name is grayed out and the following icon is displayed. In this case, the USB flash drive cannot be used.
• Up to six USB flash drives, 999 folders, or 9,999 files can be displayed.
• If there are multiple drives, a drive selection screen is displayed. Use the  buttons to select the desired drive, and then press the OK button. Files on the drive are now listed.
• On file and drive selection screens, you can switch between thumbnail and list display.
• Network input is not available when [USB] is selected as the other input signal in splitscreen display.
• Motion blur reduction is not available when projecting JPEG files on a USB flash drive 
• The projector can also play a slideshow of images on a USB flash drive automatically