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  • Release Notes

    The latest versions available for each platform are: Amazon FireTV 4.3.1 Android 4.3.1 Apple TV 4.3.2 ChromeOS 4.3.1 iOS (Player) 4.3.2 iPad 4.3.2 Mac 4.3.0 Windows 4.3.0 Below you will find details o

  • Updating your TrilbyTV Apps

    We regularly update our TrilbyTV apps with new features and bug fixes. Details of the latest changes can be found on our Release Notes page. Updating TrilbyTV for iPad Open the App Store on your devic

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on an iOS device

    TrilbyTV Player for iOS offers the same easy-to-use interface all our Players have, enabling you to easily turn any tv screen into a signage tool. You can either use an iPad or iPod or even iPhone as

  • Adding Microsoft Office 365 PowerPoint Slides to TrilbyTV

    Adding PowerPoint files is easy, using the Add Web Content feature in TrilbyTV Head over to office.com and sign in with your Microsoft Account NOTE: Your Microsoft Account must be on a domain that all

  • Adding Microsoft PowerPoint to TrilbyTV as a Video

    PowerPoint is often the go-to tool for quickly creating Notice or Message Board-style content for digital signage. It's worth considering tools such as Adobe Spark Video which will add movement and an

  • Using Player Dashboard

    The Player Dashboard is where you monitor and manage all your player. It is accessible from both the web app and the iPad app so long as you have the correct permissions. It gives you an at-a-glance v

  • Using Schedules

    Scheduled Playback allows you to play a specific set of content at a certain time on your TV, such as an End of the day playlist. Scheduling is available for all customers. To create a schedule go to

  • Using Playlists

    If you would like a very specific set of content to play in a specific order, you can create a Playlist and set your player to playlist mode. Log in and tap Playlists on the sidebar. Click Add Playlis

  • TrilbyTV Chrome OS Kiosk Mode

    Kiosk Mode is a great way to run TrilbyV Player in a zero-contact set up as once running the Chrome OS device such as a Chromebit of Chromebox will require no further user input to run TrilbyTV

  • Using Categories

    The easiest way to choose what to show on your screen is to select from your categories. They allow you to set a 'theme' to a TrilbyTV Player, and have it auto-refresh with new content, as it is added

  • Video Quality Settings

    By default, all video added to TrilbyTV is compressed in several formats suitable for playback on TrilbyTV Player devices from different manufacturers and in our web players. We save the video at a re

  • Managing permission groups

    Permission Groups are used to determine who can upload content, who can moderate it, and who can manage your TrilbyTV system or Players. You are given some default permission groups when you sign up b

  • Adding a Slideshow

    TrilbyTV offers the ability to create simple slideshows from your photos, presentations and other documents*. Each slideshow can contain up to 24 images and will display them in the order you specify

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on ChromeOS

    Setup NOTE: Chrome has deprecated Chrome Apps, and this may stop working in a future version of Chrome Browser. We recommend using one of the alternative standalone apps. To start, install the Chrome

  • Adding Web Content

    Adding web content to your TrilbyTV screens gives you a simple way to showcase existing online content around your school. To add web content, click the + menu in TrilbyTV, and select 'Web Content' th

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on an Android device

    There are a large number of Android-based devices that can be an ideal TrilbyTV Player, from large SmartTVs to media boxes like the Minix Media Hubs, or even smaller tablets for mounting on podiums or

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on AppleTV (4th Gen and later)

    TrilbyTV Player for AppleTV offers the same easy-to-use interface all our Players have, enabling you to easily turn any HDTV into a signage tool. Since AppleTV's are also used in the classroom, it mak

  • Deploying TrilbyTV via MDM

    Mobile Device Management servers are popular tools for managing large numbers of devices including iOS and tvOS based devices, like iPads and AppleTV's. When combined with DEP, it becomes a streamline

  • Playlist permissions

    We are often asked if there is a way to lock down a particular screen or player to a particular set of users in TrilbyTV. With the new Playlist Permissions tool there now is! Everyone will have a diff

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on Amazon FireTV stick

    You will need: an Amazon FireTV stick an Amazon account a WiFi network a TrilbyTV account Plug your Amazon FireTV stick into the HDMI port on your TV. You may need to attach the optional USB power cab

  • Choosing a TrilbyTV Player device

    AppleTV 4th Gen (2015 model onwards) The AppleTV with Siri remote makes a great player for TrilbyTV. It connects to your screen via a HDMI cable and requires a single 13 amp socket. The AppleTV can be