Video Kiosk: Video Tutorial Gallery



These video tutorials will explain how to use some of the features of Video Kiosk – Android.



Getting Started with Video Kiosk

Getting Started with Video Kiosk

This video shows you how to install Video Kiosk, copy over your media files and start them running in a loop.
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Video Kiosk Settings Quick Reference

This video is a Quick Tour of Video Kiosk’s most popular settings.
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Purchasing and Licensing Video Kiosk

Video Kiosk Purchasing and Licensing Step-by-Step

This video shows you each of your options for purchasing and licensing Video Kiosk step-by-step.
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Video Kiosk Purchasing and Licensing FAQ

This video cover some of the frequently asking questions about purchasing and licensing Video Kiosk.


Using Cloud Update

Using Cloud Update

This video shows you how to update Video Kiosk remotely and automatically with the Cloud Update feature.
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Controlling Playback: Playback Order

Video Kiosk: Controlling Playback Order options

This video shows you the options for controlling Video Kiosk’s playback order. And you have lots of options to choose from – filename, playlist, file path, random, round robin …
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Video Kiosk: Using Playlists to control Video Kiosk Playback Order

This video shows you how to create and deploy playlists to control Video Kiosk’s playback order.
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Controlling Playback: Playback Scheduling

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Scheduling Playback: How to Create a local XML Schedule File.

This video shows you how to create a local XML Schedule file to control playback of a video kiosk using Video Kiosk – Android.


Create Content to Play

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Video Kiosk: Create a 720p JPG image for use as Video Kiosk media

This video shows you how to create a JPG file with the correct frame size of 1280×720 for use on an HD TV running Video Kiosk – Android. Images are frequently used as titles between videos, to display event schedules or display event details.


Controlling the Display: Overlays

An overlay is frequently used to display a company logo in the corner of the screen of a video kiosk. An overlay with hotspots is used to allow users of an interactive video kiosk to touch the screen and go to the web pages you’ve specified. These tutorials will show you how to set these up.

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Video Kiosk: How to create an overlay PNG file

This video shows you how to create an overlay PNG file to overlay an image over video with Video Kiosk – Android.


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Video Kiosk: Create hotspot overlay xml file

This video shows you how to create an overlay xml file that defines hotspots and URLs destinations for use with an overlay PNG file in Video Kiosk – Android running an interactive kiosk. A hotspot links to a URL and, when the hotspot is touched, the URL will be displayed in a web view.


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Video Kiosk: Select overlay with hotspots and test hotspots

This video shows you how to configure Video Kiosk – Android with the location of the overlay file
 and then verify the hotspots.



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