PowerPoint is an excellent content creation tool. It allows you to combine background images, fonts, text, pictures and animation. However, you can even use PowerPoint to display full screen HD video. PowerPoint makes it easy to display video commercials in a continuous loop. This article will walk you through how to embed video into your PowerPoint presentation.
This article will explore the key benefits for creating and displaying digital signage using PowerPoint. With the introduction of PowerPlayer it is now practical for small business and non-technical users to deploy digital signage using PowerPoint in a cost-effective manner.
Digital signage has become an essential sales and marketing tool for business. Most big companies have embraced digital signage to promote their products, services and promotions to customers. However, the take-up rate for small business has lagged, causing them to miss out on the important benefits of using digital signage. This article will present 10 reasons for using PowerPoint digital signage. We will focus primarily on the benefits for small-to-mid-size businesses.
PowerPoint is a great tool for non-technical users looking for a easy-to-use tool for creating digital signage presentations. We will outline 5 basic steps that make a PowerPoint presentation suitable for use as digital signage.
PC and compute sticks are small pocket-sized devices that plug into your TV’s HDMI input port. As their name implies a stick is a complete PC on a stick, equipped with RAM/hard drive memory, integrated WiFi networking, USB and HD graphics controller. A stick will typically boot a standard operating system–like Microsoft® Windows®–and be capable of running standard application software.
What is digital signage? It this way: a cost-effective, flexible way to present products and services, increase sales and promote your brand. Digital signage eliminates printing static sales and marketing material, replacing them with cutting-edge multimedia presentations a single standard TV. A single TV can display multiple customer messages one after another or based on time-of-day or day of the week.
A digital signage player is the component of the TV point capable of downloading signage presentation presentations from the CMS and displaying them. While some a special purpose TV displays are equipped with a built-in signage player these products can be quite expensive. For the overwhelming majority of TV sets an external digital signage media player is needed to download and display your digital signage presentations. This article will present an overview of the available digital signage player options.
Over the years, digital menu boards have become immensely popular and are widely considered one of the best advertising platforms today, as they offer a number of benefits compared to static banners. Generally used by restaurants, particularly by quick service restaurants, a digital menu board is a dynamic display for menus, product pictures, and promotional items among many others.
Microsoft® PowerPoint® is the perfect digital signage content creation tool. You can leverage PowerPoint’s layout management, text, pictures, page transitions and animation effects. Then add cutting-edge high definition video to capture your customer’s attention and drive home your message. And as most people aren’t great graphic artist you can use widely available PowerPoint templates as a starting point for building your signage presentation.
A PC stick, also known as a compute stick, is a pocket-sized device designed to plug directly into your TV’s HDMI source input. A PC stick transforms your TV into a personal computer capable of running general purpose software. PC sticks support a wide variety of consumer applications, ranging from Web TV, office automation, home theater (media streaming) and gaming; even commercial applications like digital signage. We will present product features consumers should look at before choosing a particular PC stick brand.