Video Kiosk Tutorials


These tutorials cover many of the features of Video Kiosk.

Installation

With its simple installation, you’ll have your video kiosk up and running in minutes, playing your content in a loop, unattended. The only thing you need to do is turn the screen on – Video Kiosk takes care of the rest.

Cloud Update

There are two ways you can move your files to your device:

Working with Display Modes

  • Full Screen Mode. Video Kiosk will automatically play the content loop using the full playback screen unless you configure it otherwise.
  • Split Screen Mode – for Digital Signage
  • Interactive Kiosk Mode – Create a Touchscreen Interactive Kiosk

Working with Media Types

Video Kiosk will display videos, images or web pages on an Android TV, tablet or phone.

Controlling Playback

With video Kiosk, you can control both the order the Content Loop is played (Playback Order) as well as when the Content Loop is played (Playback Scheduling). Video Kiosk provides a number of options for controlling each.

Controlling the Playback Order of the Content Loop

Scheduling the Playback Time

Other Playback Control Options

Controlling the Display

Display features control how your content looks on the device.

Remote Management

  • Remote Management Reference Guide  Because Video Kiosk was designed to be remotely managed, it supports both sending status reports to a URL and receiving responses. This makes it easy to integrate Video Kiosk remote devices into a management system. Video Kiosk Android examines the response to the HTTP/HTTPS POST for key value pairs that it will use to update the management interface settings.This Reference Guide explains the Remote Management Status Tracking interface which supports both sending status reports to a URL and receiving responses so you can integrate Video Kiosk remote devices into a management system.


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