Im trying to mount the cinego in the ceiling im having trouble with my image it looks like its projecting at a angle the bottoms all wedged out. Is there a way to adjust the image so that I can leave it in the ceiling? contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you go into the setup menu you will find an option called keystone. You can adjust that up or down until it looks right to you. What it actually does is project an angle image that will look like a square image when it is projected down from your ceiling.
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There are projection mode settings which will allow you to adjust the orientation of the image. Adjusting this setting will rotate the image so that it is not displayed upside down when attaching the projector to the ceiling.
To activate this setting:
Press the Menu button on the projector.
Using the Arrow buttons, select the Image icon on the left side.
On the Image screen under the Projection label, select the icon that represents ceiling mounted projection. Note:You may see both front and rear ceiling mounted projection modes. You may choose which ever best suits your needs.
Press Menu on the projector controls to exit the settings menu.
I am 99% sure most projectors are mounted upside down. There should be a way to simply flip the image electronically via the option menu.
In most projector OCD menu (keep in mind you may want to do this before mounting), under the "Installation" or "Initial Installation" section should be an option about Projection mode/method. The options should allow you to pick front, rear, ceiling, or ceiling+rear. This sets the project to know when it will be in front of the screen, behind it, and/or attached to the ceiling (which it knows will be upside down). Then you simply set it to ceiling, mount the projector, and finish your other adjustments as needed.
1. perss menu button
2. select controls
3. then select ceiling projecton (When you turnCeiling Projectionon, the projector turns the image upside down for ceiling-mounted projection. Highlight Ceiling Projection, then click either button to select turn this feature on and off.)
Go to Menu> Extended> Projection> select Front ( to project from the front of the screen ).Front/Ceiling ( If the projector is mounted upside-down from the ceiling ). Rear ( to project from behind onto a transparent screen ).Rear/Ceiling ( to project from behind when the projector is mounted upside-down from the ceiling ).
I don't know the model number for your projector, but most projectors are designed to place the image level with the bottom of the projector, which works great for tabletop mounting but not so great for ceiling mounts.
If you're mounted at ceiling height, try turning the projector upside down to see if it places the image in the right place on your screen. If that fixes it, then use the on-screen menus for your projector to flip the image and you should be all set.
Projectors, in general want to project the bottom of the image 1 foot above the lens at a typical range. When mounted upside down, they project the top of the image 1 foot below the center of the lens. If you don't want to turn the projector over, you'll have to change the angle and probably go to the extreme on the keystone correction.