I'm using Raspberry Pi 3 since one week with an HDMI display TV and everything is working. I'm using raspbian os.

I have an Epson EB S9 projector. I used to project using my Windows laptop through USB A to B cable. A driver was auto installed for Windows. However no such support is available from Epson for Linux.

How do I project using Raspberry Pi in such a scenario? Is it possible to output video through usb? Please point me in the right direction.

  • what other inputs are available on the projector, S-video? HDMI? DVI? Dec 15, 2016 at 11:26
  • @SteveRobillard it has vga and s video. But no HDMI.
    – Sam
    Dec 15, 2016 at 11:29
  • You don't mention which model Pi you have, but places like thepihut.com sell HDMI to VGA adapters and with the right cable you can get s-video out either through the dedicated connector on early Pi models or using a 4 part audio and video cable for later models like the Pi3. The VGA adapter is likely to provide better quality. Dec 15, 2016 at 11:34

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This projector doesn't seem to be supported via USB even in mainstream Linux distributions like Ubuntu, let alone Raspbian. Like Steve said, your best bet is an HDMI to VGA converter.


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