How to create a Dynamic Composition

The Composition Feature lets you be your own app designer on the OnSign TV suite. The customization possibilities are near endless! Take a blank canvas and design away. Click on the New button on your Content page and select Composition. This will lead you to the Composition workspace. You can … Read more

What is Audio Ducking and how to use it for audio content

* Audio loop requires player version 10 or above. This tutorial shows discusses the lowering of volume when a new, more important audio is temporarily introduced while another is playing. To learn how to set up the audio feature, please visit the audio feature tutorial. Audio Ducking is a well-known … Read more

How to use the Audio Announcement App

* Audio loop requires player version 10 or above. Whether you are shy to speak up or haven’t mastered a particular accent just yet, but you need to communicate verbally with your audience, the audio announcement app got you covered. This TextToSpeech app allows you to write text content which … Read more

How to use the Audio Feature

*Requires player version 10 or above. A brand new content feature is Audio Loop. This feature allows you to play audio files (mp3). The audio content plays on a separate audio loop which is independent from the main visual loop and solely dedicated to audio content. Both loops play simultaneously, … Read more

How to upload font

Upload extra font options to your signage. Besides using the OnSign TV default fonts, you can upload additional font styles to customize Apps and Compositions. Make sure the files are in the OTT or OTF format. In your OnSign TV account, click on “New” and then on “Upload”. Search for … Read more

How to track content usage

Quickly browse where media files, apps, campaigns and playlists are used and displayed. To check out exactly where each of your files, including images, videos, audio, apps and image compositions are displayed. Visualize file usage in campaigns, playlists and players: In your OnSign TV account, click “Content” on the sidebar … Read more

How to create file folders

Organize videos, images and apps with file folders. This way you will find archives faster and easier. Digital signage is all about content. The more information you display to viewers, the better. However, it might get a little trickier to locate a specific image from hundreds of files within your … Read more

How to create content with Image Composition

Design canvas with images, text, and shapes directly in OnSign TV. With the “Composition” features you can create panels such as ads and menu boards, directly in the OnSign TV platform. Mix several elements to bring up beautiful content and make your content stand out even more. Click on the … Read more

How to display Flash content

The Windows version of the OnSign TV App supports “.swf”-files, but it requires installation of the Adobe Flash Player. Learn how to download below: Access the Adobe Flash Player website. Select your computer’s Operational System version and followed by “FF 22 for Firefox – NPAPI”. Click on “Download now”. Adobe … Read more

How to display PowerPoint presentations

Include PowerPoint presentations in your digital signage operation to inform clients and staff PowerPoint is a Microsoft program, but this tutorial applies to any other program you use for creating and designing presentations. Take these documents from the depth of your computer folders and bring them directly to the eyes … Read more

Adjusting image aspect ratio

Rarely will you have an image which fits a campaign’s screen division exactly. Unless you crop the image beforehand to fit the screen, of course! In all other cases, you will want to adjust the aspect ratio settings in your OnSign TV account. Select a campaign and look at its … Read more

Set image background transparent

Out of all image formats supported by OnSign TV, “.png”-files have the option to be set to transparent or with a lower level of opacity. This feature is useful if you want to showcase the full background behind an image or add a frame to your content. By comparing the … Read more