Documents focused on Player Hardware used with Korbyt

How To Configure The Korbyt PWA Player On A Chrome Device

The steps below outline how to provision a Chrome Device as a Korbyt PWA Player The Chrome device must be on ChromeOS version 85 or later to work as a Korbyt PWA. To update the ChromeOS in your Google Admin Console, go to Device update settings. Click Auto-upated settings. Select Allow updates. From Target version, […]

Player Runtime (PRT)

Korbyt players use Chromium to display content. Runtime is used to help Chromium execute tasks and events that are responsible for handling how content is displayed and scheduled to be displayed on players.  Newer versions of Runtime allow newer features of Korbyt to Function Properly and keep all functions running smoothly. If your players are […]

Korbyt Anywhere for Cisco Webex Instructions

Korbyt Anywhere for Webex enables Korbyt users to schedule and display content on any Webex Device. Use a Webex Device as any other digital signage endpoint to maximize your screen real estate. Important! By using this feature, Korbyt will programmatically change your devices to enable Digital Signage mode and add the player URL automatically. Prerequisites: […]

Korbyt Optics Service for Digital Signage

Optics is a subscription-based Korbyt feature for Digital Signage that uses a USB camera attached to the media player controlling a screen so that the Korbyt System can track information about who is present in front of the screen. Tracking information such as: The number of people present in front of the screen The time […]

BrightSign Series 5 – Announcing Korbyt Support

Introducing Korbyt on BrightSign 5 Series Hardware! We are delighted to announce that the highly anticipated Korbyt platform is now available  on BrightSign 5 Series hardware. This exciting integration combines the power of BrightSign’s hardware with the cutting-edge features of Korbyt to provide you with an exceptional digital signage experience. Note: For XC5 models, this […]

Korbyt and System On Chip (SOC) Display Hardware

Korbyt is compatible with different display manufacture’s System On Chip (SOC) hardware by installing specific Korbyt Player Software to run on the display’s built in hardware/operating system. Due to the limited nature of the TV hardware and SOCs, content that is played on this type of hardware is best when limited to full screen images […]

Media Player Alerts and Notifications

Korbyt supports alerting Content Management System (CMS) Users if a media player changes status becoming Inactive or Active. This will require a Player Group to be created, as Notification is a setting available in a Player Group. See Creating Player Groups for the steps to create a player group Once the Player Group is Created, […]

Networking Best Practices for Digital Signage

When it comes to setting up a network for digital signage, there are a few key factors to consider. It’s important to consult with a network professional or IT specialist when designing and implementing your digital signage network to ensure it meets your specific requirements and to address any unique considerations based on your environment. […]

Sony SOC, How to Install Korbyt

System Requirements: Sony SOC Model must be a Pro Bravia Android OS 9 and newer Installation Instructions Place Sony SOC into Pro Settings mode In Normal mode, switch to Pro settings mode by clicking on [HOME] on the remote control and selecting Apps – Pro mode tool – Pro settings mode – OK. A blue line appears at the top of […]

KDA Virgo and Aries Player Configuration Page

Korbyt Digital Adapters (KDA) have a Player Configuration Page that is accessible by entering the IP address of the Player into a web browser window. The Player Configuration Page is used to carry out tasks like Changing Network Settings WiFi (Wired is Recommended), Network Proxies, Firewalls Changing the Time Servers Settings NTP Server setting Configuring […]