This article describes how to begin using the AirMedia as a wireless projector system that can mirror Android, Apple, and Windows devices in classrooms and conferences rooms across campus.
1. Turn on the projector and press the AirMedia icon on the touch panel. A page with the Creston logo will appear on the projector screen.
2. Type the IP address found in the bottom left of the projector screen into a web browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox). Select Start Presenting on the page that appears.
NOTE: If your browser asks whether it can open “these types of links,” you can mark Always open these types of links in the associated app and select Open Crestron AirMedia if you don’t want to be asked the question again.
3. Scroll down and download the AirMedia application by selecting the Windows button. Open the application when it finishes downloading by clicking on the downloaded file. If a bar appears at the bottom of the screen asking what you want to do with the application, see step 6.
NOTE: If a box appears requesting permission for the application to access certain domains, select Cancel to ignore the request.
4. A password box requesting a code will appear. Enter the four-digit code found in the bottom left of the projector screen. Select OK. There will be a new four-digit code for every new presenting session.
5. The Crestron control tool will then appear.
- Select Play to begin mirroring your screen on the projector.
- Select Pause to freeze the mirrored image on the projector screen.
- Select Stop to end the presentation mirroring.
NOTE: If you select Stop, you will need to enter in new code to start a new presentation session. The new code will appear where the former code was previously found.
6. When using AirMedia a second time, you can select Save to avoid needing to download the AirMedia application again.
7. After the application saves and finishes downloading, select Run to start presenting.