Sharp PNSV01 manual

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    SHARP Digital Signa ge Software PN-SS01 PN-SS02 PN-SV01 OPERA TION MANU AL[...]

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    2 Introduction Precautions on use .................................................................[...]

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    3 Contents C reating a timetable .................................................................[...]

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    4 Schedule Reception/Program Display FTP Server ..................................................[...]

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    5 Thank you for purchasing SHARP Digital Signage Software. SH AR P D igi tal S ig n ag e S of tw[...]

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    6 T r ademar ks •Mi cro so ft , W in do ws , W i nd ow s V is ta, P ow er Po in t [...]

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    7 Denitions Thischartprovidesdefinitionsoftermsusedinthismanual. T e[...]

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    8 • Scrollmessagecontent  Di sp la yi ng s c ro ll m es s ag es r eq u ir e [...]

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    9 F eatures of SHARP Digital Signage Software SHARP Digital Signage Software is SHARP’ s origina[...]

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    10 Network V ersion Lay out your chosen content and create a program. (  p.28) 1 Program Edi[...]

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    11 Installing/Launc hing Th is s ec ti on pr o vi de s in s ta l la ti on i n st r uc t io ns [...]

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    12 Installing SHARP Digital Signage Softwar e  Y oumustloginasanadministrator?[...]

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    13 5. Software license agreement will appear . Read the entire software license agreement. 6. [...]

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    14 10. Click [Install]. The installation will start. 1 1. Click [Finish]. The installation is now [...]

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    15 ● S et ti ng t h e en vi ro nm e n t of t he t a r ge t PC Oncetheinstallation?[...]

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    16 Welcome Center settings (W indows Vista only)  ThesesettingsdonotapplytoWin[...]

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    17 • If using Windows Vista/7 1. R ig ht -c li c k o n an e mp t y a re a of t h e d es [...]

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    18 • If using Windows Vista 1. F ro m th e W in do ws T as kb a r , cl ic k [S ta r t] , [...]

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    19 2. Clear the “Start Sidebar when Windows starts” check box. 3. Click [OK]. 4. Restart yo[...]

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    20 T askbar settings (Windows XP/V ista only) Ad ju st t he  T as kb ar s et ti ng s s [...]

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    21 •If using Windows Vista 1. F ro m th e W in do ws T as kb a r , cl ic k [S ta r t] , [[...]

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    22 Personal rewall settings If y ou p la n t o di st ri b ut e co nt e nt  ov [...]

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    23 5. Select the “Custom” option button, and click [Next]. 6. Select the “All programs” o[...]

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    24 ●Uninstalling SHARP Digital Signage Software If t hi s so ft w ar e f re qu en t ly ?[...]

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    25 5. Click [Y es]. The uninstallation will start.  If t he S er ve r S c he du le r?[...]

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    26 Launching and c losing the Launcher windo w ●Launching the Launcher window 1. On the desktop,[...]

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    27 3 ) Timetable c re at io n/ ed it in g ( F p.60) Th is b ut to n l au n ch es “ T[...]

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    28 Program Editor Pr og r am Cr ea tion/Editing Createprograms(content)todisplayon?[...]

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    29 Program Editor 2) Menus Menu options are as follows: Menu option Description Re lev ant page [...]

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    30 Program Editor Creating prog r ams ●V alid content les Filetypesthatcanbeuse[...]

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    31 Program Editor ●Positioning content (Layout) [Layout]window Screensandcontentsize?[...]

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    32 Program Editor 4. Set [Frame Layout]. 1) Checkthecheckboxesbesidetheframes,?[...]

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    33 Program Editor Using the grid Us in g th e gr i d ma ke s i t e as y to p o[...]

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    34 Program Editor ●Setting the background/frames 1-4 Setcontent,orderofplayand?[...]

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    35 Program Editor [Viewer Path] tab Displaysthecontentfilespecifiedwith“Fil[...]

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    36 Program Editor Content preview Y oucanpreviewcontentfilesinthe[ContentP[...]

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    37 Program Editor Background color when content is not displayed Whencontentisnotbeing?[...]

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    38 Program Editor 5) Layout • “Keepingaspectratio”,“Notkeepingaspectra[...]

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    39 Program Editor Clickingthebuttonsatthebottomofthe“ContentFile”[...]

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    40 Program Editor Creating scroll message les Createamessagetobedisplayedin[...]

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    41 Program Editor 2) Menus Menu options are as follows: Menu option Description File CreateNew?[...]

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    42 Program Editor Ch ec ki ng t he  [U se H TM L t ag] ch ec k b ox a ll ow s [...]

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    43 Program Editor 5. Set “Scrolling.” Set the scroll direction and speed of scroll messages. 1[...]

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    44 Program Editor ●Setting audio and music Set audio and music (background music) for program dis[...]

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    45 Program Editor ●Setting the PIP window Se t th e fr am e s i ze , as pe c t r a[...]

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    46 Program Editor Save program as Usethisoptionwhenyouwanttosavethecurre[...]

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    47 Program Editor ●Opening a program Loadaprogramthatyouhavealreadysaveda[...]

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    48 Program Editor ●Preview Program Display Settings Ifyoucheck“SetConfiguration[...]

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    49 Program Editor ●Displaying program properties Changeprogramnamesandprogramcolor[...]

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    50 Program Editor ●Importing/exporting a program Exporting a program Theexportfunctionis[...]

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    51 Program Editor Creating programs Importing a program Theimportfunctionisusedto[...]

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    52 Conditional Content Editor Conditional Content Wh en c re at in g P l ay li st s w it h t he[...]

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    53 Conditional Content Editor Basic Screens for SHARP Digital Signage Software Conditional Content [...]

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    54 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content Creating Conditional Content ●Compatib[...]

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    55 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content 1. Fro m th e “C on t en t F ol d[...]

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    56 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content 3. Click the icon. Contentfiles?[...]

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    57 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content Clickingthebuttonsontheto[...]

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    58 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content 3) Background If t he c on te n t?[...]

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    59 Conditional Content Editor Creating Conditional Content Play Condition Setting Fromtheco[...]

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    60 Timetable Editor SetprogramscreatedwithProgramEditortodisplayatase[...]

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    61 Timetable Editor 2) Menus Menu options are as follows: Menu option Description Re lev ant pag[...]

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    62 Timetable Editor C re a ti ng a timetable ● R eg is te ri n g a pr og ra m in t he t[...]

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    63 Timetable Editor ● R eg is te ri n g pa ne l co n t ro l in a timetable 1. Click the [P[...]

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    64 Timetable Editor 2. Select the panel control command you want to use from the “Command Name[...]

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    65 Timetable Editor ● A dj us ti ng a timetable Cl ic ki ng t he  bu tt on s o n [...]

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    66 Timetable Editor Adjusting the scale Selectintervalsof5,10,15,30or60m[...]

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    67 Timetable Editor ● C he ck in g a timetable Ch ec k a timetableu si n g th e[...]

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    68 Timetable Editor ● I mp or ti ng / e x po rt in g a timetable E xp or ti ng a timetable T[...]

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    69 Timetable Editor I mp or ti ng a timetable T he i m po rt  fu nc ti on i s u se d?[...]

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    70 Schedule Editor Cr ea ting/Editing Sc hedules Se t timetables cr ea te d w it h Time[...]

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    71 Schedule Editor The main Schedule Editor window Menu option Description R ele v an t page Fil[...]

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    72 Schedule Editor Creating a schedule Creating a sc hedule ● R eg is te ri n g a timetable i [...]

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    73 Schedule Editor The calendar ThecalendarcandisplaydatesbetweenJanuary2005?[...]

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    74 Schedule Editor Creating a schedule ●Saving a schedule Save schedule Usethisoptionwhe[...]

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    75 Schedule Editor ●Deleting a schedule Delete unnecessary schedules. 1. From the [File] menu, c[...]

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    76 Schedule Editor Creating a schedule ●Importing/exporting a schedule Exporting a schedule Th e?[...]

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    77 Schedule Editor Importing a schedule Th e im po rt f u nc t io n is u s ed  to ?[...]

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    78 Panel Management and Option P anel Mana gement and Option Whendistributingprogramsto[...]

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    79 Panel Management and Option 2) Buttons The buttons perform the following actions: Name Descripti[...]

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    80 Panel Management and Option Managing panels 4) MACaddress  SettheMACaddress[...]

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    81 Panel Management and Option ●Controlling a panel manually Setthisoptionwhenyouw[...]

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    82 Panel Management and Option Option Option Option allows you to check product version information[...]

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    83 Panel Management and Option ●Adding default panel settings for panels Setdefaultvalues?[...]

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    84 Schedule Distribution T ool DistributeschedulescreatedwithScheduleEditortot[...]

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    85 Schedule Distribution T ool Distributing schedules Sc he du le s ca n b e d is tr ib u te d [...]

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    86 Schedule Distribution T ool Distributing schedules 5. Check the check boxes for all the panels [...]

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    87 Schedule Distribution T ool 1 1. If you selected the “Distribute now” option button in step[...]

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    88 Schedule Distribution T ool Distributing schedules 5. Check the distribution settings, and clic[...]

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    89 Schedule Distribution T ool 3. Select a schedule. If y ou w ou ld li k e to a dd th e [...]

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    90 Schedule Distribution T ool Displaying break-in programs Displaying break-in pr og r ams ●Dist[...]

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    91 Schedule Distribution T ool 6. Set the “Display Time of Break-in Program” area. • “D[...]

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    92 Schedule Distribution T ool Displaying break-in programs 12. A screen like the one on the right[...]

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    93 Schedule Distribution T ool 4. Set the “Display Time of Break-in Program” area. • “D[...]

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    94 Schedule Distribution T ool Displaying break-in programs 10. A screen like the one on the right[...]

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    95 Schedule Distribution T ool List of R eser ved Distribution/List of Distribution Log ●List o[...]

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    96 Schedule Distribution T ool List of Reserved Distribution/List of Distribution Log Deleting the [...]

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    97 Server Scheduler Sc hedule Mana gement This function is only available with the Network V ersi[...]

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    98 FTP Server/Client Scheduler Sc hedule R eception/Pr og r am Display This function is available[...]

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    99 FTP Server/Client Scheduler Client Scheduler ClientSchedulerisusedonthetarget?[...]

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    100 FTP Server/Client Scheduler • Theareasetunderthe[Display Area]tabw[...]

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    101 FTP Server/Client Scheduler [Display Area] tab • “Displayareafordistributed?[...]

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    102 FTP Server/Client Scheduler • [T estconnection]  Ch ec k th e co n ne ct io n?[...]

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    103 FTP Server/Client Scheduler [USB Distribute] tab SetsthedetailsofUSBdistribution[...]

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    104 FTP Server/Client Scheduler V ersion information Cl ic k th e [V er si o n]  me nu .?[...]

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    105 FTP Server/Client Scheduler Program Viewer 2. Copy the content to be distributed to USB memory[...]

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    106 Key/Mouse Monitoring T ool K ey/Mouse Monitoring This function is available with the Viewer V[...]

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    107 Key/Mouse Monitoring T ool 1) Click the option to be edited and click [Edit]. A dialogbox[...]

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    108 Key/Mouse Monitoring T ool • “Playprogramagain,ifnoinputhascomef[...]

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    109 Status Monitoring T ool This function is only available with the Network V ersion. TheStat[...]

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    1 10 Status Monitoring T ool The main Status Monitoring T ool window Menu option Description Re l[...]

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    111 Status Monitoring T ool 3) Group tree Displays groups registered in Panel Management.( F p.78) [...]

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    1 12 Status Monitoring T ool Acquiring and displaying panel status Acquiring and displaying panel s[...]

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    1 13 Status Monitoring T ool ●Setting panels for which status will not be obtained Itisposs[...]

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    1 14 Status Monitoring T ool Acquiring and displaying panel status 4. A s cre en l i ke th e [...]

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    1 15 Status Monitoring T ool ●Changing thumbnail size Itispossibletochangethesi[...]

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    1 16 Status Monitoring T ool Setting the operation en vironment Setadvancedsettingsforp[...]

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