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To configure playback content and playlists, content delivery schedules and power schedules, use the Operation web application. The Operation web application consists of multiple pages with the following features.
- [Schedule Delivery] page
- Register and manage the content delivery schedule and power schedule for every group of displays in accordance with the date, day of the week, and time.
- A content delivery schedule consists of the date or day of the week, a start time and end time, and a playlist.
- A power schedule consists of the date or day of the week, and a power on time and off time.
- [Interrupt Delivery] page
- In addition to schedule delivery, also provides support to publish interrupt delivery in emergencies and irregularities.
- [Playlist] page
- On this page, playlists can be registered with the contents registered on the [Content Library] page and any URL. Playlists are lists that include the playback order of content such as videos, still images, and HTML. For example, if you want to play back content in the order of video A, still image B, and video C, the playlist is a list in the order of video A, still image B, and video C.
- Videos, images, and HTML can be specified as content of playlists, and playback duration can be also specified for each content.
- The content of a playlist is normally published and played back via a network, but content can be downloaded from a USB flash memory connected via the display’s USB port, and the downloaded file can be played back if a playlist download configuration is enabled.
- [Contents Library] page
- This page provides content management features such as adding content to playlists, showing the content list, changing content name, and folder management.
- [Content Creation] page
- On this page, content can be created in accordance with the selected layout and materials on this page. Videos, images, HTML, and BRAVIA’s external input can be selected as materials.
- [Display Management] page
- On this page, display information (display name, IP address, MAC address, model name, firmware version, etc.) and running conditions (power on/off, offline, error, etc.), groups are shown and managed. Display is managed in units called “groups”, and schedule and interrupt delivery are registered and managed in each group.
- Displays can also be controlled to enable and disable power, and reboot via network.
- [Event Log] page
- On this page, log messages at daily signage operations are displayed, such as the display’s running conditions, playlist playback results, etc.
- [Settings] page
- This page is for configuring the settings of these features and other settings for signage operation.