The VuePilot player software will work whilst offline however the level of functionality available will depend on if you’re using the product partially offline or completely offline. We classify “offline” as being either “partially offline” which is the case when the the machine is generally connected to the internet, however it may have been disconnected […]
Installing VuePilot using snap packages or snapd is one of the easiest ways to install the software. Snaps are universal Linux packages that allow you to install software on any Linux distribution as though you were using any regular app store such as the Apple App store or Android play store. This means you can […]
There are two ways you can use your Raspberry Pi as a VuePilot player. The first way is to flash our official VuePilot image onto your SD card which will give you a preconfigured operating system completely setup and ready to go installation. When purchasing an official VuePilot player device from us, this the image […]
Activating a license assigns one of your licenses to a machine which permits the VuePilot software to be run on that particular machine.
VuePilot is available for a number of different platforms. The installation is the same for each operating system, simply download and run the installer, just be sure to download the correct version for your platform.
VuePilot allows you to upload and manage your own images, video or any other types of media for usage with your digital signage screens. This can be done using the our simple media manager when creating any new app that allows media display, such as the announcement, image or video apps.