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SignageStudio / Update a single campaign
« on: September 15, 2017, 08:46:15 AM »
Good morning.
I have got four campaigns running here at school.  Two of them get updates very frequently throughout the day with the status of students computer repair requests.  Currently I am using excel to list the students and their status in a grid.  Then save it as a jpg every time I need to update. Upload the jpg into my resource and add the new jpg into the proper place holder on the status campaign.  Then save/upload.  Now the question.  Is two part.  1) Is there a way to upload just that one campaign so that the other campaign screens do not also upload and get the uploading screen even though nothing is changing on them?  2)  Anyone have a better cleaner way to do the status than what I am doing?  Thanks y'all

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SignageStudio / Need help on a campaign
« on: April 13, 2017, 01:55:10 PM »
Hello y'all.   Hope someone can help w/ what I am sure is very easy.  I have four different campaigns going to four different TVs around school with different content.  Each TV is driven by PC w/ windows player.  Most of them have a video playing on most of the screen (is a ppt that is saved as a wmv and then converted to flash).  The other components of the screen is a logo image, weather, time/date and a rss feed.  Most of the videos are around 15-20 min long.  When it gets to the end and the timeline and resets the video will go full screen for a second or two and then shrink down to it's normal size.  Any other information y'all need?  Any ideas?

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