NovaStar, the software driving the display, will play common static image files including bmp, jpeg, ico, png, gif.
It will also play video formats including wmv, asx, asf, mpeg1, mpeg2, mpeg4, h.264, DVD, VCD, xvid, divx, mov, mp4, rmvb, and avc1.
SWF flash files and common office files, various clocks, weather feeds, countdown timers and RSS feeds can also be displayed.
A combination of still images, animations and video files allows you to create a “virtual TV commercial” on the screen.
The software allows you to easily operate your sign and schedule the display.
Your files are saved as playlists and then can be scheduled to play at different times of day.
A retail store may chose to display the same content all day everyday, whereas a restaurant may want to have the content change for different times of day or day of week to sync with specific meal times or specials.
The computer can be connected to the sign by network cabling or wireless connection.
Content can also be uploaded to the sign from a USB stick.
A direct LAN network cable allows for updating the content in real time.
WiFi, Cellular or USB connections require the content scheduling be set-up first and then uploaded to the sign.