Documents focused on Player Hardware used with Korbyt

Korbyt Video Wall Configuration Example Diagrams

This document is intended to show a variety of video wall implementation architectures as examples of what is possible. These examples are dependent on third party hardware and may not be supported as a result. Content Configuration Korbyt Layouts allow custom resolutions to fit any screen size or aspect ratio Korbyt Layouts allow multiple different […]

Korbyt Zoom Room Experience

Korbyt enables the re-use of existing Zoom Room hardware as a digital signage endpoint . The diagram below shows the experience flow, once the Digital Signage Experience is configured. For more information on how to configure the Zoom Room please see the following Zoom documentation from Zoom – Zoom Room Digital Signage Follow this link […]

Remote Control of Korbyt Players and Content from External Devices

It is possible to control the content that a Korbyt Media Player is displaying with an external device such as remotes, keyboards, digital user interfaces, and external sensors. The flow changes depending on the external device connected. The attached data flows describe the components involved at a high level. Player Control and Content Switching Data […]

Korbyt Video Options

The Korbyt platform supports a wide variety of options for showing video content, some options require specific media player or third party encoder hardware. Local Video Files, Web Based, and Streaming Content: Our Layout Builder tool allows users to pull in video content from a wide variety of online sources including with a variety of […]

Viewing and Editing Player Details

The Players screen will show will show various information about the player such as the model, provisioning code, IP address, last check-in, last heartbeat, agent version, and the recent player events. By clicking the pencil to Edit the player you can view the Player Details screen is used for viewing and editing detailed player information. […]

Provisioning Players in Bulk

Bulk provisioning allows you to upload a CSV file that contains information for multiple players so that you can provision them simultaneously. The MAC address of each player is used during bulk provisioning instead of the provisioning token. The media players also have to be allowed to reach Korbyt.com Port 443 so that it can […]

Provisioning a Player

Provisioning players is a simple process where you attach your player to your Korbyt environment. Once the device has power and is connected to a stable internet connection, connect it to the appropriate display device. Some models provide Wi-Fi capability and others require an ethernet connection.  The media player also has to be allowed to […]

Deprovisioning Players

Deprovisioning a Player removes it from your Korbyt Anywhere service.  It is best to have the player powered on and connected to the internet through the Deprovisioning process. To deprovision a player: Click the hamburger icon and navigate to Device Management > Players. Click the Trash icon for the corresponding player. If the player is connected […]

How Enable and Configure NTP for KDA Players

How to Configure NTP on KDA Players By: Skyler Thomas Once we are logged into the Player Configuration Page, we can navigate to the “Advanced” tab where we can select the “Services” sub-tab. Once we are in the Services tab, we can check the “Enable Time Synchronization Service” to enable SNTP. Furthermore, we can specify […]

BrightSign General Information via related links

This article is aimed to assist the user on how to. We are compiling all the available link to make it easy for the customer when searching for relevant information about the BrightSign players.   ******************** First Steps by steps BrightSign Configuration articles On these three steps we will assist on getting the BrightSign configured […]