ME6.2 FAQ

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  • 1. Why does the projected image stop when playing a full-screen video with a Mac OS X v10.9 computer?

    The projected image will stop when playing a full-screen video with a Mac OS X v10.9 computer.
    When this happens, change the screen display size to play the video

    [In the case of using QuickTime Player as a media player]
    In QuickTime Player, select the "Fit to screen" (command 3)
    option from the View menu.

  • 2. Why does the projected image stop with a Mac OS X v10.9 computer?

    This problem occurs because of the [App Nap] function included on Mac OS X v10.9 and later versions.
    When using Mac OS X 10.9 and the Wireless Manager window is not active (when it is hidden behind
    another window or the window is minimized), the [App Nap] function sometimes stops the projected image.
    In that case, take the following steps to disable [App Nap].

    [How to disable [App Nap] on Wireless Manager ME]

    (1)Close Wireless Manager ME

    (2)Display the information of Wireless Manager ME.
    Select [Finder] ? [Applications], and then right-click (or control-click) on [Wireless Manager] to select [Get Info].

    (3)Disable [App Nap] on an application.
    Check the box for [Prevent App Nap], found under the General section of Get Info

    (4)Close the Get Info window.

    (5)Restart Wireless Manager ME.

  • 3. Why is the sound output interrupted when I play a video with a soundtrack on a Mac OS X v10.9 computer?

    With a Mac OS X v10.9 computer, video soundtrack data is sometimes interrupted during projection.
    In that case, click the start/stop button on the launcher to restart projection

  • 4. The computer's wireless LAN setting has been changed or the wireless LAN connection has been interrupted, and no wireless connection can be made between the Space Player and the computer.

    If the Space Player input is changed to [Miracast], the Space Player's wireless LAN connection will be disabled. When the Space Player input is returned to [Panasonic APPLICATION], you may find that the computer's wireless LAN setting has been changed. In that case, check whether the computer's wireless LAN setting is one that allows the Space Player to be used.

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