Industrial full-HD digital signage media player with enhanced functionality
May 18, 2012 // Julien Happich
Distec's VideoPoster-III is an industrial full-HD media player that offers numerous new features, such as enhanced playlist functions, in- and output for HDMI signals and support for the video formats WMV and FLV (flash video).
The high-quality industrial media player plays still images and full-HD videos within networks. The VideoPoster-III is available in different versions: as an open frame monitor; built into Albra, Brilan, and Smart monitor housings by Data Display Solution; or as a display kit for integration into customized enclosures. The hardware and firmware and the associated Windows software ACC3 have been fully developed by the Data Display Group. ACC3 allows users to easily create playlists and to distribute the content to the players via network or USB stick. The playlists can now be time-dependent, such as one playlist for the morning, a second for the afternoon, and off at night. In addition, the playlist can be controlled through up to 12 buttons or motion sensors. In order to integrate the player into customized software, the playlist may be regulated via network commands. An additional HDMI input takes signals from other playback devices such as PCs, DVD or Blu-ray players. The HDMI output of the controller board is used to connect multiple HDMI displays to a player via an HDMI splitter. The media player supports the video formats WMV and Flash (F4V format). WMV is used to save a PowerPoint presentation as video and display it directly on the player. Flash video allows videos exported by Adobe tools be shown right on the player.
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