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Information Release System
User Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Product Introduction...................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................................................................................7
1.2 Main Features ............................................................................................................................................................................7
1.3 Appearance of Information Release Screen ...............................................................................................................................7
1.3.1 Wall-Mounted .................................................................................................................................................................8
1.3.2 Standing ..........................................................................................................................................................................8
1.4 Information Release Server Interfaces .......................................................................................................................................9
1.5 Power Supply Connection ..........................................................................................................................................................9
Chapter 2 Client Software Operation ............................................................................................................................................ 10
2.1 Client Software Installation ......................................................................................................................................................10
2.2 Client Software Login ...............................................................................................................................................................10
2.3 Activate Information Release Screen .......................................................................................................................................11
2.4 Reset Password ........................................................................................................................................................................13
2.5 Register Terminal in Server ......................................................................................................................................................13
Chapter 3 Material Management ................................................................................................................................................. 16
3.1 Add Multimedia Material .........................................................................................................................................................16
3.1.1 Add Local Material ........................................................................................................................................................16
3.1.2 Add Dynamic Material ..................................................................................................................................................17
3.1.3 Replace Material ...........................................................................................................................................................18
3.2 Check Material .........................................................................................................................................................................19
3.2.1 Auto Check ....................................................................................................................................................................19
3.2.2 Manual Check in Material List Tab ................................................................................................................................19
3.2.3 Manual Check in Check Material Tab ............................................................................................................................20
3.3 Modify Material .......................................................................................................................................................................20
3.4 Delete Material ........................................................................................................................................................................21
3.5 Preview/Download Material ....................................................................................................................................................21
Chapter 4 Program Management ................................................................................................................................................. 22
4.1 Add Program ............................................................................................................................................................................22
4.1.2 Configure Program Basic Settings .................................................................................................................................22
4.1.3 Manage Page ................................................................................................................................................................23
4.1.4 Create Picture Program .................................................................................................................................................24
4.1.5 Create PDF Program ......................................................................................................................................................25
4.1.6 Create Document Program ...........................................................................................................................................26
4.1.7 Create Audio/Video/Live Video Program .....................................................................................................................27
4.1.8 Create Webpage Program .............................................................................................................................................28
4.1.9 Create Clock Program....................................................................................................................................................29
4.1.10 Create Weather Program ............................................................................................................................................30
4.1.11 Create Countdown Program........................................................................................................................................31
4.1.12 Create Video Input Program .......................................................................................................................................32
4.1.13 Create Pop-up Image Program ....................................................................................................................................33
4.1.14 Create Queue Manager Program ................................................................................................................................34
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4.1.15 Create Capture Program .............................................................................................................................................35
4.1.16 Create Button Program ...............................................................................................................................................36
4.1.17 Create App Program ....................................................................................................................................................37
4.1.18 Hyperlink Feature for Android Touchscreen Program .................................................................................................38
4.2 Check Program .........................................................................................................................................................................39
4.2.1 Auto Check ....................................................................................................................................................................39
4.2.2 Manual Check in Program List Tab ................................................................................................................................39
4.2.3 Manual Check in Check Program Tab ............................................................................................................................39
4.3 Modify Program .......................................................................................................................................................................40
4.4 Delete Program ........................................................................................................................................................................40
4.5 Preview Program......................................................................................................................................................................40
Chapter 5 Schedule Management ................................................................................................................................................ 41
5.1 Add Schedule ...........................................................................................................................................................................41
5.2 Check Schedule ........................................................................................................................................................................42
5.2.1 Auto Check ....................................................................................................................................................................42
5.2.2 Manual Check in Schedule List Tab ...............................................................................................................................42
5.2.3 Manual Check in Check Schedule Tab ...........................................................................................................................43
5.3 Modify Schedule ......................................................................................................................................................................43
5.4 Delete Schedule .......................................................................................................................................................................43
5.5 Release Schedule .....................................................................................................................................................................44
5.5.1 Timed Release ...............................................................................................................................................................44
5.5.2 Instant Release ..............................................................................................................................................................45
5.5.3 Prerelease in Schedule List ............................................................................................................................................45
5.6 Exporting Schedule ..................................................................................................................................................................46
Chapter 6 Terminal Management ................................................................................................................................................. 47
6.1 Adding Terminal .......................................................................................................................................................................47
6.2 Toolbar .....................................................................................................................................................................................47
6.3 Terminal Remote Configuration ...............................................................................................................................................48
6.3.1 Configure Timed Startup/Shutdown .............................................................................................................................48
6.3.2 Configure Timed Volume ..............................................................................................................................................49
6.3.3 Configure Device Input Port Switch ..............................................................................................................................49
6.3.4 Configure Default Volume .............................................................................................................................................50
6.3.5 Configure Backlight .......................................................................................................................................................50
6.3.6 Configure Logo ..............................................................................................................................................................51
6.3.7 Configure Default Schedule ..........................................................................................................................................51
6.3.8 Configure Terminal Password ........................................................................................................................................52
6.3.9 Configure Temperature Protection ...............................................................................................................................52
6.3.10 Configure Time Zone...................................................................................................................................................53
6.3.11 Configure Terminal Security ........................................................................................................................................53
6.3.12 Configure Terminal IP Address ....................................................................................................................................53
6.3.13 Configure Linked Server IP Address .............................................................................................................................54
6.3.14 Adding IP Channel .......................................................................................................................................................54
6.4 Modify Terminal .......................................................................................................................................................................56
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6.5 Delete Terminal ........................................................................................................................................................................56
Chapter 7 General Configuration .................................................................................................................................................. 57
7.1 Organization Resource .............................................................................................................................................................57
7.2 User Management ...................................................................................................................................................................57
7.2.2 Add a User .....................................................................................................................................................................57
7.2.3 Manage a User ..............................................................................................................................................................58
7.3 Log Management .....................................................................................................................................................................59
7.3.1 Search Logs ...................................................................................................................................................................59
7.3.2 Back up Log Files ...........................................................................................................................................................60
7.4 Disk Management ....................................................................................................................................................................61
7.4.1 Format HDD ..................................................................................................................................................................61
7.4.2 Configure HDD Usage ....................................................................................................................................................61
7.4.3 HDD Backup ..................................................................................................................................................................62
7.4.4 HDD Migration ..............................................................................................................................................................63
7.5 Server Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................................64
7.6 Time Synchronization ..............................................................................................................................................................64
Appendix A Operation Flow Chart ................................................................................................................................................ 66
Appendix B Deployment Diagram ................................................................................................................................................ 67
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User Manual
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC compliance: This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This product
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
product does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance 20cm between the
radiator and your body
FCC Conditions
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE" and
comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the
EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, the LVD Directive 2014/35/EU, the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed of as
unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return this
product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or
dispose of it at designated collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
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2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be disposed of
as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product documentation for
specific battery information. The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include
lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the
battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information see:
www.recyclethis.info
Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance
This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B) standards requirements.
Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
1.1 Introduction
Information release system, mainly built up by the information release server (hereinafter referred
to as the server) and information release screen (hereinafter referred to as the screen or the
terminal), is used to broadcast information, release news, advertise products, etc. It is applicable to
industry of entertainment, finance, traffic, etc.
1.2 Main
Features

Manage users by user level. Allocate permission for users according to user level.

Provides timed startup/shutdown and timed volume to keep terminal long running.

Material and program check feature. Adding materials and programs without being checked to
schedule and playing them in terminal are not allowed.

Supports setting and editing schedule.

Playback specified program after startup.

Supports editing program parameters, including background picture, video/picture/subtitle
division, playlist, etc.

Cut in specified schedule like advertisement during playback.

Play specified schedules in specific period.

Arrange a play time for released programs.

Send emergency information and play them according to their priorities.

Supports screenshot for reviewing the terminal playback status.

Provides logs. You can search logs by designated search conditions.

Smart commercial feature supporting people counting and people analysis.
1.3 Appearance of Information Release Screen
Purpose:
Two installation types are provided: standing and wall-mounted. Refer to following content for
appearances of the two installation types.
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1.3.1 Wall-Mounted
Figure 1-1 Wall-Mounted
1.3.2 Standing
Figure 1-2 Standing
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1.4 Information Release Server Interfaces
Figure 1-3 Interfaces
Table 1-1 Interface Description
No.
Description
No.
Description
RS-232 serial port.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Reserved.
Network interfaces.
Reserved.
Reserved.
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Power supply.
1.5 Power Supply Connection
Plug the 2-pin power plug to a well-grounded electricity socket and turn on the power switch.
Figure 1-4 2-Pin Power Plug

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Power supply specification: 220 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
Turn off the screen and pull out the power plug if you will not operate the screen for a long
period.
Do not connect to direct current.
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Chapter 2 Client Software Operation
2.1 Client Software Installation
Step 1 Get the installation package
delivered disc.
from our official website or the
Step 2 Double-click the installation package to start software installation wizard.
Step 3 Follow the wizard to finish the installation.
2.2 Client Software Login
Purpose:
Before any operation, you need to log into the information release server.
Before you start:
Install an information release server first. And ensure the network connection between the server
and the information release system is well.
Step 1 After installation finished, double-click the
icon to run the software.
Step 2 Click Server Configuration.
Figure 2-1 Login Interface
Step 3 Enter IP Address and Port No. of information release server to log in.
Step 4 Click Back to go back to login interface.
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Figure 2-2 Server Configuration
Step 5 Enter User Name and Password of information release server.
Step 6 Click Login.
Step 7 After login, wizard pops up guiding you with adding material, program, and schedule.
For the new information release server, to ensure the server functions normally, you need to
follow the guide to initialize its HDD.
Figure 2-3 Wizard
2.3 Activate Information Release Screen
Purpose:
For the first time to use an information release screen, activate it before any operation.
Step 1 Run client software.
Step 2 Click Online Device.
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Figure 2-4 Online Device
Step 3 Select device to activate and click the Security Status item in left menu.
Figure 2-5 Network Information
Step 4 Enter Password, enter the same password in Confirm Password text-field, and click Apply to
activate the device.
Figure 2-6 Activation
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2.4 Reset Password
You are highly recommended to operate restoration with the help of our technical support.
Step 1 Click Export to export the restoration file and send the file to our technical support.
Figure 2-7 Reset Password
Step 2 Technical support will send you back a file. Click Import and select the file.
Step 3 Enter Password, enter the same password in Confirm Password text-field, and click OK.
2.5 Register Terminal in Server
Purpose:
To add a terminal to a server, register the terminal in the server first.
Before you start:
Activate the terminal to register.
Step 1 Run client software.
Step 2 Click Online Device.
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Figure 2-8 Online Device
Step 3 Select an activated terminal and click
Figure 2-9 CMS Register
Step 4 Enter server information, including Server IP Address, Server Port, User Name, and Server
Password.
Step 5 Enter a custom Terminal Name for terminal.
Step 6 Enter Terminal Password.
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Step 7 Click Save.
Step 8 Optionally, click
and enter Terminal Password to check registration status.
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Chapter 3 Material Management
Purpose:
Add, modify, delete, preview, download, and check materials.
Click the Material Management tab in menu bar.
3.1 Add Multimedia Material
Purpose:
Two types of material are supported: local material and dynamic material.



Up to 10,000 materials can be uploaded.
The maximum size for a single material is 4 GB.
The maximum resolution for a picture is 3840 × 2160.
3.1.1 Add Local Material
Purpose:
Local material includes the picture, audio, video, txt, pdf, app, and web file. Here are the supported
formats for each type.
Table 3-1 Supported Material Type
Material Type
Supported Format
Picture file
bmp, jpg, png, gif
Video file
rm, rmvb, avi, asf, avi, mpg, 3gp, mov, mkv, wmv, flv, mp4
Audio file
mp3, wav, wma
Text file
txt, pdf
Web file
html, htm
App file
apk
Step 1 Click Local Files.
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Figure 3-1 Material Management
Step 2 Select materials to upload and click Open.
Step 3 Select materials and click Upload Material.
3.1.2 Add Dynamic Material
Purpose:
Dynamic materials include webpage, IP camera, stream media server, URL picture, and general.


Webpage: An URL address.
General data: Data from third-party platforms like queue management device and pop-up
image device. Supported formats for pop-up image: bmp, jpg, and png.
Step 1 Click Dynamic Materials.
Step 2 Select Material Type.
Figure 3-2 Create Dynamic Material

Material type: Webpage
1) Enter material Name, material URL, and material Description.
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2) Select Organization the material belongs to. To create an organization, refer to 7.1
Organization Resource.
3) Select Material Attribute as Public or Private.
 Public: All users can use the material.
 Private: Users in the same organization and superior organization can use the
material.

Material type: IP Camera
1)
2)
3)
4)

Enter material Name and material Description.
Enter the required parameters.
Select Material Attribute as Public or Private.
Enter IP camera information.
Material type: Stream Media Server
1) Enter material Name and material Description.
2) Select Organization the material belongs to.
3) Select Material Attribute as Public or Private.

Material type: General
1) Enter material Name, material URL, and material Description.
2) Select Material Attribute as Public or Private.
3) Select IP Type and enter IP Address.

Material type: URL Picture
1) Enter material Name, material URL, and material Description.
2) Select Organization the material belongs to.
3) Select Material Attribute as Public or Private.
Step 3 Click Add.
Step 4 Click Upload Material.
3.1.3 Replace Material
Purpose:
Replace an uploaded material by a material with the same type and name.
Step 1 When uploading a local/dynamic material, select a material of the same name and type with
the material to replace.
Step 2 Click
. Then a message box pops up indicating the material is duplicate and
turns to
Step 3 Optionally, check the Auto Apply to automatically send the material to the program that
contains the former material.
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Step 4 Click
3.2 Check Material
Purpose:
Only checked material can be added to program. Only user has material check permission can
check materials.
3.2.1 Auto Check
Purpose:
If you are a user with check permission, you can enable auto check when uploading material.
Step 1 Click the Upload Materials tab in Material Management interface.
Step 2 Select materials to upload. For detailed steps, refer to:

Step 1 to 2 of Add Local Material.

Step 1 to 2 of Add Dynamic Material.
Step 3 Check the Auto Check in lower right corner of Upload Materials interface.
For user without check permission, Auto Check is checked by default and is not configurable.
Step 4 Click
. Then system will automatically check the material.
3.2.2 Manual Check in Material List Tab
Step 1 Click the Material List tab in Material Management interface.
Step 2 Select material whose Check Status is To be Approved.
Step 3 Click
Step 4 Select check Result as Pass or Deny.
Step 5 Enter your check Comment if needed.
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Figure 3-3 Check Material
Step 6 Click OK.
3.2.3 Manual Check in Check Material Tab
Step 1 Click the Check Material tab in Material Management interface.
Step 2 Select a material.
Step 3 Click
according to your needs.
Step 4 Enter Comment.
Figure 3-4
Step 5 Click OK.
3.3 Modify Material
Purpose:
Modify the parameters of material you have uploaded.
Step 1 Click to select material to modify.
Step 2 Click
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Step 3 Modify the parameters you need.
Step 4 Click Modify.
3.4 Delete Material
Step 1 Select the materials to delete.
Step 2 Click
Step 3 Click OK in popup message box to delete.
3.5 Preview/Download Material
Purpose:
You can download uploaded materials to the local path. The downloading status can be viewed in
local status row. The downloaded materials including picture, txt document, video, and clock, can
be previewed. Previewing dynamic material is not allowed.
Step 1 Click to select materials to download.
Step 2 Click
to start download. After the material is downloaded, the Local Status will
turn from Not Downloaded to Downloaded.
Step 3 Optionally, you can select a downloaded material and click
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Chapter 4 Program Management
Purpose:
You can create program using checked materials. The program layout is configurable. After
program is added, you can modify, delete, preview, copy, and check programs.
Click the Program Management item in menu bar to enter program management interface.
4.1 Add Program
Purpose:
To add a program, create and configure the program pages first and specify materials for windows
in page.
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Up to 2,000 programs can be added.
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We take the example of Android standard program type to describe the steps. For the
hyperlink feature of Android touchscreen, refer to 4.1.18 Hyperlink Feature for Android
Touchscreen Program.
Step 1 Click Program Management in menu bar.
Step 2 Click
in Program List tab.
Step 3 Configure program basic settings. Turn to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic Settings.
Step 4 Create and configure pages. Turn to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 5 Create programs. Turn to following section according to your needs: Create Picture Program,
Create PDF Program, Create Document Program, Create Audio/Video/Live Video Program,
Create Webpage Program, Create App Program, Create Clock Program, Create Weather
Program, Create Countdown Program, Create Video Input Program, Create Pop-up Image
Program, Create Queue Manager Program, Create Capture Program, Create Button Program.
4.1.2 Configure Program Basic Settings
Purpose:
Configure the program name, resolution, type, etc.
Step 1 Enter Program Name and Description.
Step 2 Select Resolution according to the installation orientation of information release screen.
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Step 3 Select Program Type according to your information release screen model.
Step 4 Select Share Property as Private or Public.
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Public: The program is available for all users.
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Private: The program is only available for current users.
Step 5 Select the organization the program belongs to. For details about creating organization, refer
to 7.1 Organization Resource.
Step 6 Optionally, check Resolution Self-Adaptive. The window will automatically adjust the
program display size to fit the window size.
4.1.3 Manage Page
Purpose:
You can create multiple pages for a program. Follow the steps to edit page layout and create layout
template for reusing.
Following materials cannot exist in the same page: video, audio, counting down, video input, live
video, pop-up image, and queue management.
Step 1 Click
in the page list. Up to 32 pages can be added.
Step 2 Set page layout by one of the two options.
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Select an existing template.
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Edit the layout parameters including Background Color, Duration Type, and Background
Picture in Property menu.
You are recommended to set the duration type according to material type. For materials like video
and audio, select it as Auto, then the page play duration equals material duration. For materials
like picture and clock, select it as Custom and enter Playback Duration.
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Figure 4-1 Page Property
Step 3 Enter Page Name.
Step 4 Click to select a window type to show in the page. Then a window will pop up in the display
area. Window position and size are adjustable in Linked Material Configuration Panel.
Figure 4-2 Window Type List
Step 5 Repeat step 4 to create more windows.
4.1.4 Create Picture Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters. For details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 3 Select at least one picture in window type list.
Figure 4-3 Window Type List
Step 4 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-4 Window Property
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 To specify the material to show in the window, click
and select materials.
Step 7 Configure Switch Effect between materials.
Step 8 Select a material and enter its playback Duration.
Step 9 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.5 Create PDF Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to Configure Program Basic Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters. For details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 3 Select at least one PDF material in window type list.
Figure 4-5 Window Type List
Step 4 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-6 Window Property
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 To specify the material to show in the window, click
and select materials.
Step 7 Select a material and configure its display parameters.
1) Configure Paging Time between materials.
2) Enter playback Duration.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.6 Create Document Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters. For details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 3 Select at least one document material in window type list.
Figure 4-7 Window Type List
Step 4 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-8 Window Property
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 To specify the material to show in the window, click
and select materials.
Step 7 Select a material and configure its displaying parameters.
1) Configure the its parameters, including Font Size, Font Color, Background Color,
Background Transparency, Scrolling Direction, and Scrolling Speed.
2) Enter playback Duration. Repeat the step to set playback duration for other materials.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.7 Create Audio/Video/Live Video Program
Two types of live video are supported: live video material and IP camera. Refer to Add Dynamic
Material to add them.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters. For details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 3 Select at least one audio/video/live video material in window type list.
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Figure 4-9 Window Type List
Step 4 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-10 Window Property
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 To specify the material to show in the window, click
and select materials.
Step 7 Select a material and select Duration Type. You are recommended to select it as Material
Time.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.8 Create Webpage Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters. For details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Step 3 Select at least one webpage material in window type list.
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Figure 4-11 Window Type List
Step 4 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-12 Window Property
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 To specify the material to show in the window, click
and select materials.
Step 7 Select a material and configure its Duration.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.9 Create Clock Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select the clock in window type list. For details, refer to 4.1.3
Manage Page. A page only allows one clock material.
Figure 4-13 Window Type List
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Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-14 Window Property
Step 4 Select window to edit from Current Window.
Step 5 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 6 Check the checkboxes of clock options, including Clock, YYYY/MM/DD, Week, and
HH:MM:SS, to display on clock.
Step 7 Optionally, click
to save the current layout as a template for reuse.
Step 8 Select Background Picture from uploaded picture material.
Step 9 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.10 Create Weather Program
Before you start:
Configure weather server and go to System Maintenance > Weather Website Information to
configure weather website information.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select the weather in window type list. For details, refer to
4.1.3 Manage Page. A page only allows one weather material.
Figure 4-15 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-16 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Check the checkboxes of weather options to show.
Step 6 Optionally, click
to save the current layout as a template for reuse.
Step 7 Select Background Picture from uploaded picture material.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.11 Create Countdown Program
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one countdown in window type list. For
details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Figure 4-17 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-18 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Edit countdown parameters, including Data, Unit, Background Picture, Font Size, Font Color,
and Sub-Window Position.
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Date: Count down from the data. The date cannot earlier than current time.
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Unit: Select the countdown unit.
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Background: Select picture from picture material.
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Sub-Window Position: The position of countdown content in the window.
Step 6 Optionally, click
to save the current layout as a template for reuse.
Step 7 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.12 Create Video Input Program
Purpose:
You can display the HDMI and VGA image that connecting with information release screen.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select a video input in window type list. For details, refer to
4.1.3 Manage Page. A page only allows one video input material.
Figure 4-19 Window Type List
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Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-20 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Select the Input Signal according to actuality.
Step 6 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.13 Create Pop-up Image Program
Before you start:
Install a third-party device as the source of pop-up images and add it as a material first. For details,
refer to Add Dynamic Material.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one pop-up image in window type list. For
details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Figure 4-21 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-22 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Select pop-up image Material.
Step 6 Select Background Picture.
Step 7 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.14 Create Queue Manager Program
Before you start:
Install a third-party device as the source of queue manager and add it as a material first. For details,
refer to Add Dynamic Material.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one queue manager in window type list. For
details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Figure 4-23 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-24 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Select a queue manager Material.
Step 6 Configure the queue manager layout parameters, including Style, Background Picture, Table
Direction, content Align type, content Refreshing Direction, table Rows, table Columns, and
table Header Row.
Step 7 Optionally, click the
icon to save the current layout as a template for reuse.
Step 8 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.15 Create Capture Program
Purpose:
Display the capture from IP camera.
Before you start:
Install a third-party device as the source of capture. You can contact our technical support for
details.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
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Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one capture in window type list. For details,
refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Figure 4-25 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-26 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Select a capture Material.
Step 6 Configure the capture parameters, including Background Picture, Cancel Mode, and Display
for.
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Cancel Mode: If it is selected as Auto, the capture displays for the set time. If it is selected as
Manual, the capture display time is decided by IP camera.
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Display for: Available when Cancel Mode is Auto. Display the captured picture for specified
time.
Step 7 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.16 Create Button Program
The chapter is only available for touchscreen.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one button material in window type list. For
details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
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Figure 4-27 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
Figure 4-28 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Configure the Background Picture.
Step 6 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.17 Create App Program
Before you start:
Add an app file of APK file first. For details, refer to 3.1.1 Add Local Material.
Step 1 Configure program basic settings. For details, refer to 4.1.2 Configure Program Basic
Settings.
Step 2 Configure page parameters and select at least one app material in window type list. For
details, refer to 4.1.3 Manage Page.
Figure 4-29 Window Type List
Step 3 Click to select a window to edit in Window List.
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Figure 4-30 Window Property
Step 4 Adjust window position by editing X and Y value. Adjust window size by editing Width and
Height value.
Step 5 Select an app Material.
Step 6 Click Save to save the program.
4.1.18 Hyperlink Feature for Android Touchscreen Program
Purpose:
For Android touchscreen program, you can configure the hyperlink parameters to realize window
switching.
Switch to a Specified Window
Step 1 Select Window Type of window A as Popup Window.
Step 2 Select Window Type of window B as Normal, Switching Method as Pop up a New Page, and
Switch to as window A.
Result:
When playing window B, tap the touchscreen to jump to window A and tap again to end playing
window A.
Switch to a Specified Page
Step 1 Select the Window Type of window A as Normal, Switching Method as Jump to Next Page,
Switch to as page X.
Result:
When playing window A, tap the touchscreen to switch to page X.
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4.2 Check Program
Purpose:
Only checked programs can be added to schedules. Only user has program check permission can
check programs.
4.2.1 Auto Check
Purpose:
If you are a user with check permission, you can enable auto check when uploading programs.
Before clicking
when creating programs, check the Auto Check. Then system will
automatically check the program.
4.2.2 Manual Check in Program List Tab
Step 1 Click the Program List tab in Program Management interface.
Step 2 Click to select program whose Check Status is To be Approved.
Step 3 Click
Step 4 Select check Result as Pass or Deny.
Step 5 Enter your check Comment.
Figure 4-31 Check Program
Step 6 Click OK to save the result.
4.2.3 Manual Check in Check Program Tab
Step 1 Click the Check Program tab in Program Management interface.
Step 2 Select a program.
Step 3 Click
as required.
Step 4 Enter Comment.
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Figure 4-32 Check Program
Step 5 Click OK.
4.3 Modify Program
Purpose:
You can modify the parameters of programs you have created.
Step 1 Select a program to modify and click
in operation menu.
Step 2 Modify the parameters as required.
Step 3 Click
to save the settings.
4.4 Delete Program
Step 1 Select program to delete.
Step 2 Click
4.5 Preview Program
Select program to preview and click
in operation menu.
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Chapter 5 Schedule Management
Purpose:
You can make a program playback schedule according to your needs. After schedule is made, you
can modify, delete, release, and export schedule.
Click the Schedule Management item in menu bar.
5.1 Add Schedule
Up to 1,000 schedules can be added.
Step 1 Click Add.
Figure 5-1 Add Schedule
Step 2 Enter Schedule Name and Description.
Step 3 Select Schedule Type according to your information release screen model.
Step 4 Select the Playback Mode. We take the example of selecting it as Play by Day to describe
the steps.
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Play by Day: Repeatedly play the programs by day.
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Play by Week: Repeatedly play the programs by week.
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Play by Loop: Repeatedly play the programs in loop.
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Custom: Repeatedly play the programs by custom schedule.
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Default Video: The default video will be played during no schedule period. Refer to Configure
Default Schedule to enable the function first.
Step 5 Select Share Property as Private or Public.
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Public: The program is available for all users.
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Private: The program is only available for current users.
Step 6 Select the organization the schedule belongs to. For details about creating organization,
refer to 7.1 Organization Resource.
Step 7 Click to select a program in Program List.
Step 8 Drag to draw a colored bar in the 24-hour time bar.
Step 9 Repeat step 7 to 8 to specify programs to play in other periods.
Not more than 8 periods can be set each day.
Step 10 Click Save.
5.2 Check Schedule
5.2.1 Auto Check
Purpose:
If you are a user with check permission, you can enable auto check when uploading schedules.
Before clicking
when creating schedule, check the Auto Check. Then system will
automatically check the program.
5.2.2 Manual Check in Schedule List Tab
Step 1 Click the Schedule List tab in Schedule Management interface.
Step 2 Click to select schedule the Check Status of which is To be Approved.
Step 3 Click
Step 4 Select check Result as Pass or Deny.
Step 5 Enter your check Comment.
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Figure 5-2 Check Schedule
Step 6 Click OK to save the result.
5.2.3 Manual Check in Check Schedule Tab
Step 1 Click the Schedule Check tab in Schedule Management interface.
Step 2 Select a schedule.
Step 3 Click
as required.
Step 4 Enter Comment.
Figure 5-3 Check Program
Step 5 Click OK.
5.3 Modify Schedule
Step 1 Select a schedule to modify and click
in operation menu.
Step 2 Modify the parameters as required.
Step 3 Click
to save the settings.
5.4 Delete Schedule
Step 1 Click to select the schedules to delete.
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Step 2 Click
Step 3 Click Confirm in popup message box to delete.
5.5 Release Schedule
Purpose:
Release the checked schedules to information release screen.
5.5.1 Timed Release
Purpose:
Send schedules to information release screen at specified time. Play it after released.
Step 1 Click the Release Management tab in Schedule Management interface.
Step 2 Click
Figure 5-4 Release Schedule
Step 3 Check Select Time to Release and edit the Time.
Step 4 Check schedules in Select Schedule list.
Step 5 Select Terminals to release to in Select Terminal list.
Step 6 Click Confirm.
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5.5.2 Instant Release
Purpose:
Send the schedule to information release screen immediately. Play it after released.
Step 1 Enter Schedule List tab in Schedule Management interface.
Step 2 Click
in Operation list of a schedule to release.
Figure 5-5 Release Schedule
Step 3 Select Terminal.
Step 4 Select Effective Time as Take Effect Immediately.
Step 5 Click OK.
5.5.3 Prerelease in Schedule List
Purpose:
Send the schedules to information release screen immediately. Play them at the specified time.
Step 1 Enter Schedule List tab in Schedule Management interface.
Step 2 Click
in Operation list of a schedule to release.
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Figure 5-6 Release Schedule
Step 3 Select Terminal.
Step 4 Select Effective Time as Effective Time.
Step 5 Edit the Effective Time.
Step 6 Click OK.
5.6 Exporting Schedule
Purpose:
You can export schedules to local path.
Step 1 Click to select schedule to release.
Step 2 Click
Figure 5-7 Export Schedule
Step 3 Select Schedule Export Path.
Step 4 Click Export.
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Chapter 6 Terminal Management
Purpose:
Add information release screen you want to manage.
Click the Terminal Management item in menu bar to enter terminal management interface.
6.1 Adding Terminal
Before you start:
Log in the terminal you want to add and register it in information release server.
Step 1 Click
Figure 6-1 Add Terminal
Step 2 Enter terminal name in Terminal Device.
Step 3 Enter Serial No. You can get the number in the back panel of terminal.
Step 4 Select a group to Belong to.
Step 5 Click Add.
6.2 Toolbar
Figure 6-2 Toolbar
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Table 6-1 Button Description
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Power on the terminal.
Disable timed volume.
Power off the screen of
terminal.
Show the release progress.
Reboot the terminal.
Hide the release progress.
Start playing schedule.
Enable timed switching.
Stop playing schedule.
Disable timed switching.
Configure cut-in materials and
programs.
Configure txt messages.
Stop cut-in.
Upgrade the terminal.
Cancel cut-in.
Take a screenshot in
terminal.
Enable timed
startup/shutdown and timed
screen switching schedules.
Check schedule
Disable timed
startup/shutdown and timed
screen switching schedules.
Restore the terminal to
default settings.
Enable timed volume.
6.3 Terminal Remote Configuration
Purpose:
Remotely configure the terminal parameters.
Select the terminal to configure and click
in tool bar.
6.3.1 Configure Timed Startup/Shutdown
Purpose:
Configure the timed startup/shutdown schedule for terminal. The terminal automatically starts up
and shuts down according to the schedule.
Step 1 Click the Timed Startup/Shutdown tab.
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Figure 6-3 Timed Startup/Shutdown
Step 2 Select Schedule Type as Daily Schedule or Weekly Schedule. We take the weekly schedule
as an example to describe the steps.
Step 3 Drag to draw blue bars in the days of a week. During the time the blue bar locates, the
terminal runs. In other duration, it powers off.
Step 4 Optional, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same parameters.
Step 5 Click Apply.
6.3.2 Configure Timed Volume
Purpose:
Configure the timed volume schedule for terminal. The terminal volume varies according to
schedule.
Step 1 Click the Device Volume Switch tab.
Step 2 Configure the schedule. For detailed steps, you can refer to Configure Timed
Startup/Shutdown.
6.3.3 Configure Device Input Port Switch
Purpose:
Switch the terminal display image between HDMI input and content from information release
server.
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Step 1 Click the Device Input Port Switch tab.
Step 2 Configure the schedule. For detailed steps, you can refer to Configure Timed
Startup/Shutdown.
6.3.4 Configure Default Volume
Purpose:
If you disable the timed volume, the terminal volume is the default volume you set here.
Step 1 Click the Default Volume tab.
Figure 6-4 Default Volume
Step 2 Drag the slider to adjust volume.
Step 3 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 4 Click Apply.
6.3.5 Configure Backlight
The feature is available for terminal with light sensation board.
Step 1 Click the Backlight tab.
Figure 6-5 Backlight
Step 2 Check Auto Brightness Configuration and set Brightness Level.
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Auto Brightness Configuration: Terminal will automatically adjust screen backlight according
to environment.
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Brightness Level: The default volume is recommended.
Step 3 Drag the slider of Backlight to adjust backlight volume.
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Step 4 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 5 Click Apply.
6.3.6 Configure Logo
Purpose:
Enable/disable the startup logo of terminals.
Step 1 Click the Logo tab.
Figure 6-6 Startup Logo
Step 2 Check/uncheck Logo.
Step 3 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 4 Click Apply.
6.3.7 Configure Default Schedule
Purpose:
If you need to display a default video when no schedule is being played, enable default schedule
and designate default videos. Refer to 5.1 Add Schedule to designate default video.
Step 1 Click the Default Schedule tab.
Figure 6-7 Default Schedule
Step 2 Check Enable Default Schedule.
Step 3 Enter Schedule Name.
Step 4 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 5 Click Apply.
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6.3.8 Configure Terminal Password
Purpose:
You can remotely modify terminal password.
Step 1 Click Modify Terminal Password.
Figure 6-8 Terminal Password
Step 2 Enter Current Password and enter the same password in New Password and Confirm New
Password.
Step 3 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 4 Click Apply.
6.3.9 Configure Temperature Protection
Purpose:
Terminal shuts down automatically if its temperature is higher than the shutdown temperature.
And terminal starts up automatically when its temperature is lower than the startup temperature.
Step 1 Click Temperature.
Figure 6-9 Temperature Protection
Step 2 Check Enable.
Step 3 Enter Startup Temperature and Shutdown Temperature.
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Startup Temperature: Terminal shuts down automatically if its temperature is higher than the
set value. Range: 40 °C to 53 °C.
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Shutdown Temperature: Terminal will shut down automatically if its temperature is higher
than the set value. Range: 42 °C to 55 °C.
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Step 4 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 5 Click Apply.
6.3.10 Configure Time Zone
Purpose:
Configure terminal time zone according to the actuality.
Step 1 Click Time Zone Configuration.
Figure 6-10
Step 2 Select Time Zone.
Step 3 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 4 Click Apply.
6.3.11 Configure Terminal Security
Purpose:
You can remotely enable/disable terminal SADP function.
Step 1 Click Terminal Security.
Step 2 Check/uncheck Enable SADP as your desire.
Step 3 Optionally, check Apply in Batch and select terminals to configure with the same
parameters.
Step 4 Click Apply.
6.3.12 Configure Terminal IP Address
Step 1 Go to Network > Terminal IP Address.
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Figure 6-11 Terminal IP Address
Step 2 Edit network parameters.
Step 3 Click Apply.
6.3.13 Configure Linked Server IP Address
Step 1 Go to Network > Linked Server.
Figure 6-12 Linked Server IP Address
Step 2 Edit network parameters.
Step 3 Click Apply.
6.3.14 Adding IP Channel
Purpose:
Up to 4 general IP cameras and 1 valid passenger IP camera are allowed to add to a terminal.
Step 1 Click the Terminal Association tab.
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Figure 6-13 IP Channel
Step 2 Select a channel in Channel list and click
Figure 6-14 IP Camera Parameters
Step 3 Enter the parameters of IP camera to add.
Step 4 Click OK
Step 5 Optionally, link the IP camera to other channel by operating the
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6.4 Modify Terminal
Step 1 Click to select a terminal to modify.
Step 2 Click
Step 3 Modify the parameters you need.
Step 4 Click Modify to save the settings.
6.5 Delete Terminal
Step 1 Click to select the terminals to delete.
Step 2 Click
Step 3 Click Confirm in popup message box to delete.
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Chapter 7 General Configuration
Purpose:
Edit users, view logs, manage HDD, and configure system parameters here.
7.1 Organization Resource
Step 1 Select the Organization Resource item.
Step 2 Click
to create an organization.
Figure 7-1 Create Organization
Step 3 Enter Organization Name and Description.
Step 4 Click Configuration.
7.2 User Management
Purpose:
Multiple user accounts can be added to the client software. You are allowed to assign different
permissions for different users.
Step 1 Select the Organization Resource item.
7.2.2 Add a User
Step 1 Select an organization to add the user to.
Step 2 Click
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Figure 7-2 Add User
Step 3 Enter the User Name, Password, and Confirm Password. We highly recommend you to use a
strong password to ensure your data security.
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A user name cannot contain any of the following characters: / \ : * ? “ < > |. And the length
of the password cannot be less than 6 characters.
For your privacy, we strongly recommend changing the password to something of your own
choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case letters,
numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product.
Step 4 Check the checkboxes to assign the permissions for the created user.
Step 5 Click OK to create the user.
7.2.3 Manage a User
Purpose:
After created successfully, the user account is added to the user list on the Account Management
page. You can edit or delete the information of the user accounts.
To edit the information of the user, select the user from the list, and click Modify User. Or you can
double click the user name to enter the Modify User window.
To delete the information of the user, select the user from the list, and click Delete User.
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The super user cannot be deleted and edited.
7.3 Log Management
7.3.1 Search Logs
Purpose:
The log files of the software can be searched for checking.
Step 1 Click to select the Log Management item in general configuration menu.
Figure 7-3 Log Search
Step 2 Set the search conditions.
Step 3 Click Search. The log files matching the search conditions will be displayed on the list. You
can check the operation time, content, and other information of the logs.
Please narrow the time range or filter the log type for search if there are too many log files.
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Figure 7-4 Log Search
7.3.2 Back up Log Files
Purpose:
The log files can be exported for backup.
Step 1 Set the condition and search the log file.
Step 2 Click Export Log to open the Log Backup dialog box.
Step 3 Click the
icon, select a local saving path, and set a name for the file.
Step 4 Click Confirm to export the selected log files.
Figure 7-5 Log Backup
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7.4 Disk Management
7.4.1 Format HDD
Purpose:
You can format the HDD installed in information release server.
Step 1 Select the Disk Management item in menu bar.
Figure 7-6 Disk Management
Step 2 Check to select HDD.
Step 3 Click Format and confirm the operation.
7.4.2 Configure HDD Usage
Purpose:
HDD can be configured as backup HDD, migration HDD, or normal HDD.
Step 1 Click
of an HDD.
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Figure 7-7 HDD Usage
Step 2 Select HDD Usage as your desire.
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Normal HDD: Save information release server data.
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Backup HDD: Back up data for other HDDs in information release server.
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Migration HDD: Used to migrate data of one information release server to the other server.
Step 3 Click OK.
7.4.3 HDD Backup
Purpose:
To avoid data loss, you can back up data from normal HDDs to backup HDDs.
Create backup HDDs. For details, refer to 7.4.2 Configure HDD Usage.
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The capacity of backup HDDs must be larger than the capacity of HDDs to back up.
Data of all normal HDDs will be backed up.
Manual Backup
Purpose:
Backup data up for once.
Step 1 Select the backup HDDs and click Initialize.
Step 2 After initialization, click Manual Backup.
Auto Backup
Purpose:
Device will regularly back data up by the set time.
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Step 1 Select the backup HDDs and click Initialize.
Step 2 Click Auto Backup.
Figure 7-8 Auto Backup
Step 3 Check Enable of Auto Backup.
Step 4 Set Backup Time. Device will regularly starts backup by the set time.
Step 5 Click OK.
7.4.4 HDD Migration
Purpose:
Migrate data of one information release server to the other server.
Before you start:
Set all HDDs as the migration HDD. For details, refer to 7.4.2 Configure HDD Usage.


To ensure data completeness, you need to migrate data of all HDDs.
After data migration, the configuration file database of new information release server will
be replaced.
Step 1 Click Migrate.
Step 2 Install the HDDs to the new information release server.
Step 3 Log into the new server via client software.
Step 4 Enter Disk Management interface and click Restore Migration Data.
Step 5 After restoration, set the usage of all HDDs as normal HDD or backup HDD, and reboot
server.
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7.5 Server Maintenance
Select the System Maintenance item in menu bar.
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Enable SADP: Enable/disable SADP of the information release server. The function is enabled
by default. You are recommended to disable SADP after deployment finished.

Enable SSH: Enable/disable SSH of the information release server with the help of technical
support. To improve network security, you’re recommended to disable SSH.
Figure 7-9 System Maintenance
7.6 Time Synchronization
Purpose:
You can adjust the information release server time.
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Step 1 Select the Time Synchronization item in menu bar.
Figure 7-10 Time Synchronization
Step 2 Select Time Zone according to actuality.
Step 3 To synchronize server time with your computer time, check Current Time.
To adjust server time as your desire, uncheck Current Time and enter the time.
Step 4 Click OK.
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Appendix A Operation Flow Chart
Activate terminal with client software.
·Set IP address for terminal with client software.
·Obtain terminal serial number.
·Register the terminal to information release server.
·Add terminal to client software.
Upload materials in client software.
Create programs with uploaded materials.
Make program playback schedules.
Release schedules to your terminals.
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Appendix B Deployment Diagram
Wireless Network
Wired Network
Office Building
Server Room
Terminal
DS-D60S-B
Mall
Network
Terminal
Control Center
School
Computer with Client Software
Terminal
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