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  • Single Output Models
    • 909
    • 1010
  • Multi Output Models
    • 930
    • 1040
  • Inputs: AVI, MOV, WMV, MPEG
  • Outputs: MP4 or WebM
  • Korbyt players support the playback and display of .mp4 and h.264 encoded video content.
  • Yes, video resolutions up to 4k are supported.
  • Advanced users may use Korbyt’s interactive features to create audio alerts based on data triggers.
  • Korbyt supports image files in the jpg, png, gif formats.
  • Yes. The Korbyt platform supports integration with popular social media platforms as content sources utilizing the RSS layout element and RSS Data Adaptor.
  • Yes. Korbyt provides the ability to integrate weather data using the RSS element and through RMG’s OnTarget content services. Weather may be displayed in a variety of formats including current conditions and multi-day forecasts and weather maps.
  • Yes. The Korbyt platform supports multiple languages in Layouts. However, the Korbyt admin user interface is currently only available in English.
  • Yes. Korbyt provides users with proof of play of messagereceipt reports.
  • Yes. Korbyt provides multiple roles tied to feature permissions.
  • Click on the Media Library tab and then click on Import Media button. Click and drag or browse to the content location.
  • Multiple content items can be selected using the browse function or drag and drop. If you drag a folder all items within the folder will be uploaded.
  • Yes. Click on the Media Library tab and select the All, Images, Videos or Audio tabs.
  • Hover your cursor over Supported Media Formats text in the import media window to view supported formats.
  • Log into Korbyt.
  • Click the Players tab and select any player.
  • Click the edit button and detailed information including Agent and OS version is displayed in the Player Details area.
  • Yes. Korbyt administrators have remote control over Korbyt players and can monitor player hardware health and perform device upgrades and reboots.
  • Yes. By pre-loading content before playback, Korbyt media players continue displaying content even when they lose their Internet connection.
  • Yes. RMG provides automatic updates to the Korbyt platform and players.
  • HTTPS port 443 with DNS (not IP).
  • Communication between player and server is over HTTPS restful web services. There are four communications:
    • Heartbeat - 1 mins*
    • Check-in - 15 mins*
    • Screenshot - Automatically once 30 seconds after startup then triggered by Action on Player details page in UI
    • Sendlogs - Triggered by Action on Player details page in UI
  • * These are the default. You can optionally push a check-in at the next Heartbeat interval at the Player and Group level by clicking the Check-In button on a Player Group or a Player details page.
  • Yes. Korbyt players provide support for data input and interactive applications through player-connected peripherals such as web-cams, beacons, RFID readers, and more through custom JavaScript Scriptlets on a per application basis.
  • Provides Korbyt administrators with a dashboard view of Korbyt system health and activity including player connectivity, playlist and campaign activity, bandwidth and storage usage and more. Live content preview allows users to see exactly what is playing on a media player on the dashboard and the player details area.
  • Players represent end-node devices running Korbyt player software. The Players section allows users to provision new players, view status and details on existing players, and to control and update players. By pre-loading content before playback, Korbyt media players continue displaying content even when they lose their Internet connection.
  • o Players may be organized into Groups for playlist assignment, reporting and dashboard views. Players may be added manually or dynamically based on conditional rules.
  • Media Library is a searchable storage library for customer-uploaded content including videos, images, web-pages, URLs, audio files. Media items can be organized into folders and filtered by type. Media items can make use of the custom tagging function.
  • Layouts are the primary content unit in Korbyt. Content zones within layouts organize visible display areas into discretely addressable zones for content assignment and control. Templates for these are selectable when creating a new layout. Pre-built layouts are available with sample elements included. Video wall layouts allow users to easily design content for multiple screens. Complete layouts that are created in other web design tools can also be imported.
  • Provides content authors and Korbyt users of all skill sets the ability to quickly build dynamic visual interfaces. Authors drag and drop content elements into fixed or resizable layout zones.
  • Elements that can be added and edited in builder include:
    • Scrolling Ticker – Allows content authors to add a scrolling ticker to a Layout. Users enter text, apply styles, and adjust the scrolling direction and speed.
    • RSS Feed – Korbyt supports the use of RSS based content feeds as a content source for news, weather, stocks and other types of external content. The RSS Feed module allows content authors to designate a feed’s appearance type (scrolling or paging), set the feed URL, set the number of content items, set the content duration, and apply styles.
    • Interactive mode – events, buttons, touch. Korbyt supports the use of interactive HTML, CSS, and JavaScript elements and buttons and enables content authors to create powerful interactive experiences for digital signage, kiosks, and mobile device applications.
    • Image Carousel – Provides content authors the ability to add multiple content items from the media library to an image carousel. Authors set the item transition type, duration, and order of appearance.
    • Data Tables – Content Authors use the Data Tables element to add both static and dynamic tables to Korbyt layouts. Data Tables may contain data aggregated from external data sources and allow Korbyt users to create powerful visual dashboards that increase engagement and improve performance.
  • Allows content authors to preview designs and layouts in multiple screen resolutions before publishing.
  • Playlists organize content into ordered or rules-driven playlists for assignment by group, time, location and more. Default content duration and number of items per loop can be set on playlist creation or edited after creation in the Playlist Metadata.
  • Layouts or individual media items can be added to a playlist. Once items are added they can be dynamically moved within the playlist by the user and custom transitions can be defined between each playlist item.
  • Players or groups of players can be assigned to a playlist.
  • Schedule playlists and content items to play at specific times to maximize content effectiveness for changes in audience demographics and behaviors. Content Expirations ensures content does not play past specified dates and helps keep audiences engaged.
  • Content administrators can add descriptive meta-data tags to Korbyt content, players, and users. Tags may be used to search and create rules driven messaging and playlists.

    How can I adjust the format mask of date/time messages in a text element without using the default settings available in the UI?

    In the text element you can type the following and adjust with the format mask options below:

    {{dddd, MMM DD h:mm a}}

    Double brackets within a text area indicate text that should use the format mask options below.

    The format codes for what you want to do are:

    Lower case d = days
    1 d = Number equivalent for the day of the week (i.e. 1 for Mon, 2 for Tues, etc)
    2 d’s = Mo, Tu, We, etc
    3 d’s = Mon Tue, Wed, etc
    4 d’s = Full days of week name

    Capital Y = year
    2 Y’s = two digit year
    4 Y’s = four digit year

    Capital M = Month
    1 M or 2 M’s = Number equivalent for the month (i.e. 1 for Jan, 2 for Feb, etc)
    3 M’s = Three letter month name (i.e. Jan, Feb, Mar, etc)
    4 M’s = Full month name (i.e. January, February, etc)

    Capital D = Day of the month
    1 M = Day of the month without leading 0’s (i.e. 1 instead of 01)
    2 M’s = Day of the month WITH leading 0’s (i.e. 01 instead of 1)
    3 M’s = Day of the year (i.e. today, Oct 16, is the 289th day of the year)

    Lower case h = hour
    1 h = hour without leading 0’s (i.e. 8 instead of 08)
    2 h = hour with leading 0’s (i.e. 08 instead of 8)

    Lower case m = minute
    1 or 2 m’s are valid

    Lower case a = 12-hour time


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