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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
Black Box Explains...Component video.
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL P Series 2U Subscriber Unit with Wi-Fi
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Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL P Series 2U Subscriber with HD Video Capture
Traditional Composite video standardsNTSC, PAL, or SECAMcombine luminance (brightness), chrominance (color), blanking pulses, sync pulses, and color burst information into a single signal.
Another video standardS-Videoseparates luminance from chrominance to provide... more/see it nowsome improvement in video quality.
But theres a new kind of video called Component video appearing in many high-end video devices such as TVs and DVD players. Component video is an advanced digital format that separates chrominance, luminance, and synchronization into separate signals. It provides images with higher resolution and better color quality than either traditional Composite video or S-Video. There are two kinds of Component video: Y-Cb-Cr and Y-Pb-Pr. Y-Cb-Cr is often used by high-end DVD players. HDTV decoders typically use the Y-Pb-Pr Component video signal.
Many of todays high-end video devices such as plasma televisions and DVD players actually have three sets of video connectors: Composite, S-Video, and Component. The easiest way to improve picture quality on your high-end TV is to simply connect it using the Component video connectors rather than the Composite or S-Video connectors. Using the Component video connection enables your TV to make use of the full range of video signals provided by your DVD player or cable box, giving you a sharper image and truer colors.
To use the Component video built into your video devices, all you need is the right cable. A Component video cable has three color-coded BNC connections at each end. For best image quality, choose a high-quality cable with adequate shielding and gold-plated connectors. collapse
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL S Series 2U Subscriber Unit with DVB TV Capture
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