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  • Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 5): Creating schedules for digital signage.

    This video shows how to create schedules for the iCOMPEL™ digital signage player. Schedules are used to determine when and how long layouts should play on your signage. The video... more/see it nowcovers how to get into the scheduling function from the main menu, and how to add, edit, and override a schedule. It also shows how to view items on a schedule and their scheduled playout (by time and day), and how to activate a schedule. collapse

  • Video...iCompel™ How-To (Part 4): Creating layouts for Digital Signage

    This video tutorial goes into great detail to show how to create layouts for the iCOMPEL digital signage player. It demonstrates the interface and how to choose a layout canvas... more/see it nowsize for the attached screen resolution; how to upload media into folders; and how to create and design a screen layout. Also explained: adding zones to the layout canvas, defining the type of content that zones will play, resizing zones, adding content to layouts, and more. collapse

  • Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 6): Perform maintenance/troubleshooting, including backup and restore.

    This video discusses ongoing maintenance and troubleshooting functions of the iCOMPEL™ digital signage player. First, it demonstrates how to access and use the player’s backup and restore setting, so layouts... more/see it nowand content loaded on a player can be saved into a large file on an attached USB storage drive for later retrieval. The video also covers how to create layout packages so you can copy layouts from one iCOMPEL player to another. Lastly, the video demonstrates how to use the support snapshot function if you have some issue with your player and Black Box Tech Support needs information from the player to remedy the issue. collapse

  • Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 8): Learn more about advanced features.

    This video provides an overview of the advanced features of the iCOMPEL™ digital signage platform. It shows how to access the folder play feature so you can place a folder... more/see it nowfull of content files directly into a iCOMPEL playlst, as well as the ad-hoc feature, which enables a user at a specific screen location to add or change text displayed within a layout zone. Also, the video covers: advance to/rendezvous points, conditional play, and how to add captioning. collapse

  • Video...MediaFlyer™ demo: How to use this Web-based platform to set up impressive digital signage on the fly.

    Hosted by George Borden, Digital Signage National Sales Manager for Black Box, this video shows how simple it is to create digital signage using MediaFlyer™, our SaaS-based solution for monitoring... more/see it nowand managing single-screen or a multiscreen deployments. In the demo, he discusses the many media formats supported by MediaFlyer, as well as its number of preloaded apps for taking advantage of content feeds from YouTube®, Flickr®, Picasa®, and other external sites. The video also explains the role of the player (the only hardware required for the system) and shows how the system operates, walking you through its easy-to-use, Web-based interface for loading content, creating layouts, and populating layout zones with content. He then demonstrates how simple it is to assign content for display using the system’s schedule editor function. collapse

  • Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 3): Content supported by the platform.

    This video discusses content supported by the iCOMPEL™ digital signage player, including the types of formats for movies and images, as well as the type of text (fixed, scrolling, and... more/see it nowRSS feed) and HTML. It outlines recommended ways of getting text into the platform’s text editor. It also discusses what’s needed for repurposing PowerPoint® content for your signage. collapse

  • Video...iCOMPEL™ How-To (Part 7): Set up a publisher and subscriber.

    This video covers setup of the iCOMPEL™ publisher and subscriber units. It begins with an explanation of the function performed by each and discusses what is needed to display unique... more/see it nowcontent on different screens. Next, it shows how to set up a digital signage channel, as well as how to use the iCOMPEL software interface to choose a publishing mode (manual vs. automatic), select a channel server (using the iCOMPEL unit’s channel folder, a USB flash memory folder, or an FTP site), and more. In addition, it explains how to connect a Web browser to a subscriber and how to set up the subscriber so it ”knows” where to pull content from. collapse

  • Video...Wireless Video Presentation System demo.

    This video demo shows how easy it is to make any VGA projector wireless. With the plug-and-play Wireless Video Presentation System from Black Box, a roomful of Wi-Fi laptop users... more/see it nowcan access a VGA projector wirelessly from hundreds of feet away—eliminating the need to swap cables at the projector when you want to switch presenters. The video guides you step by step through a typical conference room setup, including how to connect to the Wireless VPS and how to configure it through its user-friendly admin screen. collapse

  • Video...iCOMPEL™ demo: How to use this hardware/software platform to create compelling digital signage.

    Hosted by George Borden, Digital Signage National Sales Manager for Black Box, this video shows how the all-inclusive iCOMPEL™ platform can be used to set up professional signage for engaging... more/see it nowcommunications. The video begins with a discussion of the various signage elements (layouts, zones, playlists, and schedules) and how they’re used to create compelling signage. Then, in the live demo portion of the video, he demonstrates how to use its user-friendly interface to set up a layout, load media in zones, drag and drop media into position within a zone, and create and manage playlists. The video also shows how to update content ad-hoc at a screen, bring in RSS feeds, assign an override message for emergency alerts, and more. collapse

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