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  • 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 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...Counterfeit Cable

    Watch this informative, 3-minute video to learn how to identify counterfeit cable. Andy Schmeltzer, the "Cable Guy" at Black Box, explains what to look for when you purchase cable. Some... more/see it nowtip-offs that a cable may be non-compliant or counterfeit can include a price that seems too good to be true, specs or lack thereof, a lighter weight than expected, and more. 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...KVM Tray

    ServView V, the new, full-featured KVM tray for server control. This video shows how convenient it is to use a rackmounted keyboard, monitor, and mouse with a KVM switch in your... more/see it nowserver room. The demo spotlights our line of ServView V™ (KVT517) trays. We walk you through the 1U tray’s many features, showing how its illuminated LED panel makes at-a-glance monitoring in dark rooms possible and how its ample cable management features improve organization. The video also demonstrates the value of the tray’s dual-rail design and how easy it is to switch between connected servers, including those in applications where you don’t ever want to open the cabinet door. collapse

  • Video...How to pick a cabinet.

    This video shows you how to specify the right cabinet for your application, starting with the type of equipment you want to put in it. Learn also about NEMA-rated enclosures,... more/see it nowand how to choose a cabinet based on cooling, power, and security needs. We also cover differences between types of mounting rails, as well as what you need for extra-deep equipment mounting and effective cable management. collapse

  • Video...New Virtual/Remote Desktop and KVM Extension: InvisaPC

    InvisaPC is an extension and remote desktop solution for KVM, HD vdieo, and virtual desktops. This system provides remote access to physical or virtualized CPUs for real-time and high-bandwidth applications. -... more/see it nowSwitch and extend HD video and USB HID over LAN/WAN. - Remoteley operate, manage, and reboot attached PCs. - Provides point-to-point extension and cloud-based matrix switching. - Zero clien and operating system independent. Learn more at blackbox.com/InvisaPC collapse

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