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1- Add the respective film in to the film list  
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1) Add the respective film in to the film list  
  
2- Have the trailer you would like to add somewhere on the disk that you can get to easily.  
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2) Have the trailer you would like to add somewhere on the disk that you can get to easily.  
  
3-Make sure the trailer is an .MP4
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3) Make sure the trailer is an .MP4 <span style="color:#000080">
  
      --You can use a youtube link and clipconverter.cc if you don't have access to another source.
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4) Now we will place the Trailer where it needs to be.  
  
4-Now we will place the Trailer where it needs to be.  
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5) Navigate to <code>'''Set Up -> Digital Signage -> Films'''</code>.
  
5-Navigate to Set Up- Digital Signage- Films
 
  
6-Choose your film from the left hand side
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[[File:SU_DigitalSignage_Films.PNG|450px]]<br/><br/>
  
7- On the right you will see a button named "Assign Custom Preview"
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6) Choose your film from the left hand side.
  
8-Select this button and find your trailer that you previously placed on the disc.  
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7) On the right you will see a button named "'''Assign Custom Preview'''".
  
9-Close out of this window
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8) Select this button and find your trailer that you previously placed on the disk.
  
10- Navigate to Set Up- Digital Signage - Poster Signs - Signs.
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9) Close out of this window.
  
11- You will see your poster sign selected and will see the list on the right hand side of films you currently have playing on your TV. Remove any if needed.  
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10) Navigate to <code>'''Set Up -> Digital Signage -> Poster Signs -> Signs'''</code>.
  
12-When you hit "Edit" at the bottom of the window it will allow you to make changes.
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11) You will see your poster sign selected and will see the list on the right hand side of films you currently have playing on your TV.  
  
[[File:TrailerSettings.png]]
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12) When you hit '''"Edit"''' at the bottom of the window it will allow you to make changes.
  
13-Choose your film from the Display Options (1) make sure "Show Preview" (2) is checked off. The first "Save" button (3) will save the individual film settings and the second "Save" (4) will save your entire sign configuration.
 
  
14- Once you have added your films you can close.
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[[File:SU_DigitalSignage_PosterSigns_Signs.PNG|450px]]<br/><br/>
  
15 Restart your software to update all signs.
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13) Choose your film from the Display Options (1) make sure '''"Show Preview"''' (2) is checked off. The first '''"Save"''' button (3) will save the individual film settings and the second '''"Save"''' (4) will save your entire sign configuration.
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14) Once you have added your films, you can remove any if needed.
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<span style="color:#800000">''Make sure to add first and then remove if necessary to prevent your settings from reverting back to the default settings.''
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15) Restart your software to update all signs.

Latest revision as of 21:06, 25 January 2022

1) Add the respective film in to the film list

2) Have the trailer you would like to add somewhere on the disk that you can get to easily.

3) Make sure the trailer is an .MP4

4) Now we will place the Trailer where it needs to be.

5) Navigate to Set Up -> Digital Signage -> Films.


SU DigitalSignage Films.PNG

6) Choose your film from the left hand side.

7) On the right you will see a button named "Assign Custom Preview".

8) Select this button and find your trailer that you previously placed on the disk.

9) Close out of this window.

10) Navigate to Set Up -> Digital Signage -> Poster Signs -> Signs.

11) You will see your poster sign selected and will see the list on the right hand side of films you currently have playing on your TV.

12) When you hit "Edit" at the bottom of the window it will allow you to make changes.


SU DigitalSignage PosterSigns Signs.PNG

13) Choose your film from the Display Options (1) make sure "Show Preview" (2) is checked off. The first "Save" button (3) will save the individual film settings and the second "Save" (4) will save your entire sign configuration.

14) Once you have added your films, you can remove any if needed. Make sure to add first and then remove if necessary to prevent your settings from reverting back to the default settings.

15) Restart your software to update all signs.