Afterward, insert the storage usually an SD card into the BrightSign player. Remember that if you are using an SD card, it must be formatted using FAT32 for the player to receive network updates and generate logs. The player will receive presentations assigned to this group. Turn off your BrightSign player by unplugging the power adapter.
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Afterward, insert the storage usually an SD card into the BrightSign player. Remember that if you are using an SD card, it must be formatted using FAT32 for the player to receive network updates and generate logs.
The player will receive presentations assigned to this group. Turn off your BrightSign player by unplugging the power adapter. Insert the SD card or Flash drive into the unit.
Page Creating Presentations In the Where field, enter the folder where you want to store the presentation. Click Browse to navigate to the desired folder. Click Create. Select the Full Screen template. Page 14 5. Drag one or more files to the playlist area.
You can set the order in which files play by dragging them to the playlist area in the desired order. You can change the order of files already in the playlist by clicking a file and dragging it to a new position.
You can add images to this type of zone, and you can add as many image zones as you like to a presentation. Page 17 5. Resize the existing zones: a. Click Layout on the upper-left side of the screen under Edit. Select and drag the bottom of the Video Or Images zone to make the zone shorter. Select and drag the bottom of the Images zone to make both zones the same height. Page 18 Note: Alternatively, you can also make the height and width of each zone exact using the W and H fields on the left.
Add a new zone: a. Drag the Ticker zone to the lower left corner. Page 19 Note: Zone 3 is a Ticker zone. You can add RSS feeds and Text files to this type of zone. See the BrightAuthor User Manual for more information on these features. This section of the guide will teach you how to create an interactive presentation with a GPIO device attached to your BrightSign player.
Page 22 a. In the Media Properties window, click the Set as initial state box. If the box is already checked, the file is currently the Home Screen. Click OK. Link the Menu image to the Attract video Attract. Once the event is defined and the Menu image is playing, pressing Button 0 will cause the presentation to transition to the Attract video file. Page 23 Link the Menu image to the Interact Interact. Page 24 Once the events are defined and the Menu image is playing, pressing Button 1 will cause the presentation to transition to the Interact video.
Pressing Button 2 will transition to the Zones video. To define the interactive events, follow these steps: a. This guide will teach you how to publish your presentations to an SD card and update your BrightSign player manually. For details on the other publishing Click Publish.
When the Publish Complete window opens, click OK. Page 27 Leave the SD card in the player. A local storage device SD card or USB flash drive must always remain inserted in the BrightSign player, regardless of which publishing method you are using. The only time a storage device This manual is also suitable for:.
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