Setting up the ScreenScape Connect is quick and painless. With the proper equipment and a pre-mounted TV, you can be ready to go from start-to-finish in under 10 minutes.
*It is important to note that you can only use the Smartphone Method setup method (instructions below) if you are connecting the device to an Open network, WEP or WPA/WPA2 network that is broadcasted (not hidden). If you need to configure the device to connect to a non-broadcasted SSID (hidden WiFi network) or a WPA2 Enterprise network then you will have to connect a keyboard device to complete the Advanced WiFi setup.
STEP 1: Plug the device into an HDMI port on your TV with the HDMI cable provided.
STEP 2: Using the provided power cable and adapter, plug the device into a power outlet. The power LED will turn blue.
STEP 3: Turn on your TV and change the source/input to the HDMI port the device is plugged into. Wait for the device to boot up.
STEP 4: Connect the device to WiFi with a smartphone OR keyboard:
– Smartphone Method: Connect your smartphone to the WiFi network indicated on your TV. Once connected, you will be asked to select your local WiFi network, and provide the passphrase.
Important: Once connected, If the setup portal does not open up on your phone automatically, then you may have to open a web browser on your device in order to access the setup portal. Alternatively, you can open a web browser on your device and navigate to 192.168.42.1
On completion of the WiFi setup, the device will reboot itself and then be ready to play your media. If you haven’t already, you can now create some media, add that media to a playlist, and then publish a playlist to your device from your ScreenScape account.
Digital signage is not exactly new to the car business but as the technology improves many dealerships don’t realize how far the medium has come in terms of its simplicity, ease-of-use and overall manageability, or just how effective it can be as a sales and customer service tool.
In this article we will highlight 5 of the easiest and most effective ways to use digital signage in your shop.
Our brains are wired to respond to motion and using a bit of animation on your digital sign is an obvious and simple way to help capture your audience’s attention. ScreenScape allows users to add animated GIFs and SVGs to their media, so once you’ve created an animation, adding it to your ScreenScape digital sign is relatively easy. Here are some basic tips that can help you get going with animations.
Following our recent ‘customization’ trend, we’ve now added the ability to custom edit the backgrounds and colors to Playlist themes.
This feature request most often comes up where brand guidelines are in place. Default background images just don’t pass muster.
One of the things that our customers all have in common is that every one of them gets things done just a little bit differently.
Roles and responsibilities, task sharing, team structure, creatives, partners, providers, consultants, management approvals… From the smallest two person shop to large enterprises, every organization evolves to share the load in a way that’s unique.
So we designed our collaboration model to adapt. (more…)
ScreenScape has just been updated to now allow for custom RSS feeds.
A custom RSS feed allows you to broadcast updates through your displays as your feed updates. This is a great update for anyone using RSS feeds to regularly inform customers, clients, and employees of company news or if you have a particular feed whose content you see having value you can add that in too.