MuxLab Eliminates Scheduling Woes with New DigiSign Software

ISE 2019, RAI, AMSTERDAM–MuxLab’s on-board CMS system is called DigiSign and works with the company’s Digital Signage Media Player to manage and control AV content from a variety of sources. It fully supports streaming content via the H.264/H.265 codec over a local Ethernet or the Internet as well as content loaded onto its internal memory drive and via external USB 3.0 memory devices. DigiSign software was created and designed by MuxLab to work optimally with its Digital Signage Media Player in a way that is more intuitive when creating and managing digital signage experiences.

“First of all, we needed it to be simple to use, and provide an effective way to gather, load and schedule content,” said MuxLab President, Daniel Assaraf. “With DigiSign, installers can hand over very sophisticated signage systems to their clients with the full assurance that they can operate them independently and easily.”

DigiSign allows content to be autonomously scheduled for the week using a graphically attractive interface, with additional weeks ready to automatically play, offering a “set and forget” functionality. Multi-view window layouts are supported and can be created with audio, video and images, including text banners and logos for customization. Content can play simultaneously from different sources for more elaborate displays and video wall arrangements.Video is output up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4).

The Digital Signage Media Player (model 500769) is HDMI 2.0 compatible and supports different AV formats including multiple H.264/H.265 streams. It supports multi-viewing and scheduling to automatically deliver customized windowed content based on a weekly schedule. Multiple video, audio and image file formats can be displayed. It can up-scale 1080p@60Hz video to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) and deliver content to a display or to a MuxLab AV over IP transmitter to support virtual matrix and video wall configurations. Its exceptionally low bandwidth requirements allow it to accept streaming audio/video content over a local network, over Wi-Fi, and over the Internet for displaying video from various sources around the world. It functions as part of a complete end to end solution, taking AV from various sources through an Ethernet network and on to various displays.