This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to create a playlist in the Mvix Primus Web-Application Content Management System.
Purpose : Show the steps on how to create a playlist in the Mvix Primus Web-Application Content Management System.
- Browse to the Primus site, and enter your login, password, and corp ID.
- Once Logged in, click on "Composer" and then "Playlist". This will show any Playlists you have created. You can click the "+" next to Playlist to see all existing playlists. There will be none unless you created some already.
- In the lower left area click on "New". Much like creating a template, you now have the template box where you can create a template that you will assign a playlist to. In the Drop down you need to select your resolution. This should match the resolution of your display.
- With the resolution set, you can now hover your mouse pointer over the content area and right click. Here you will get the option to add a Background, Weather Info, Movie, Image, Message , Webimage, or an RSS Message. You can also set the zone position, transparency, and/or delete the zone you have selected.
- In our example we have created an image zone which will display multiple images.
- In order to create a playlist for the zone, and to add content to the playlist, you must double click the zone, and you should see the following display.
- You will now select the images you want to add to the zone, by highlighting the image and clicking the "+" button. Once the content is added you can select the duration and the transition effect. Once you are done click the "OK" button.
- Now that the content has been added your playlist should show the zone(s) you have created, and the first item in the playlist.
- Click on the "Save As" button, in order to save the playlist with a name and a description.
- Now your playlist is saved and it can be deployed using a Standard Campaign.
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