Imagine a landscape of hundreds of screens powered by hundreds of unique playlists, with current and past programming consisting of thousands of images, videos and other media items. Managing a large scale digital signage network can be challenging if you don’t have the right software in place to manage it effectively. ScreenScape Tags provide a simple way to organize your Media, Playlists or Hardware items quickly and efficiently. You can think of a ScreenScape tag as a collection or folder for your items. You can assign a tag to multiple items at once to make it easy to locate them in your library later on.
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.
Is there something that you’d like to see added to ScreenScape? If the answer is yes, then we’d like to hear from you! We know that everyone has great ideas and so we’ve created a place where we can collect your feedback and then act on it.
Introducing ideas.screenscape.com, a simple platform where ideas can be submitted, viewed, and voted on by the ScreenScape community.
Is your local network ready for ScreenScape?
Many local networks have firewalls and other security measures that protect against intrusion and misuse. But as new uses for the network arise, they may need tuning to avoid blocking legitimate traffic.
ScreenScape now offers a Check service that will automatically test your network. If the right ports and endpoints aren’t available, this tool can let you know at a glance .
A software bug is an error, flaw, failure or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result, or to behave in unintended ways. Software bugs can be frustrating and can reveal themselves in a variety of different ways within a software application. From Facebook to FaceTime, no software is exempt from these tiny little annoyances.