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  • Tested Android Players

    There are a large number of Android devices available on the market including TVs, tablets, phones, media boxes, so we can't test them all, but the following devices have been tested by us. Amazon

  • Who can control Players?

    Anyone in the default permission groups of 'Moderator' and 'Admin' will be able to enable and disable TrilbyTV Player playback. Users in the 'Player Admin' and 'Admin' groups are also able to control

  • What are Web Players

    Web Players (formerly Embedded Players) are a combination of Playlists and Public Sharing. They allow you to group together a series of content that will playback sequentially within a web browser.

  • Enable audio on web players

    Modern web browsers will NOT play audio on videos that are set to auto play, for this reason, we mute the audio on all playback to ensure the files play. You can add some text to the URL to turn off

  • Using Player Dashboard & Player Settings

    The Player Dashboard is where you add, remove, monitor and manage all your TrilbyTV players. It is accessible within the web app so long as you have the correct permissions. It gives you an

  • Choosing Player content

    The default setting for TrilbyTV Players is to show the latest 20 items added to your system. There are three ways to change content to be played back on TrilbyTV Player Categories Select 1 or more ca

  • Player Content support

    TrilbyTV Player is available on many platforms, some support more features than others and some will work differently with certain content types. Platform iOS tvOS Android Amazon FireTV Chrome /

  • Choosing a TrilbyTV Player

    Choosing a TrilbyTV Player - for ClickView users It is likely that your existing ClickView sign screens are running from a Mac or Windows PC. To use the same hardware to playback TrilbyTV you will

  • What is TrilbyTV Player?

    TrilbyTV Player is an app that displays your content on TV screens around your school using a connected iPod, Android device, Amazon fireTV stick or PC/Mac. Your content will playback in full screen.

  • Using TrilbyTV Player on Airtame

    The Airtame 2 player device makes a great TrilbyTV Player as well as being a perfect teaching space or conference room presentation solution. You can use an Airtame 2 device as a TrilbyTV Player and

  • 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

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on ChromeOS

    If you have a Chrome OS device you should be able to run the Android version of TrilbyTV Player - Check out this list for Android supported Chrome devices. NOTE: With effect from June 2022, Chrome OS

  • 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

  • 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

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on Windows or MacOS

    You can use an existing computer to run your TV screens and playback your videos from TrilbyTV. All you need to do is grab the player suitable for your platform. Mac Users - head to the Mac App Store

  • Using PowerBoot to restart an Android player

    Older Android player devices may struggle to clear memory and the caches and over time this can cause the player to become unstable. One resolution to this is to use an app to rester the device on a

  • 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

  • Using TrilbyTV Player on AirServer Connect 2

    The AirServer Connect 2 device is a perfect teaching space or conference room presentation solution and also makes a great TrilbyTV Player. You can use an AirServer Connect 2 device as a TrilbyTV

  • 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

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on a Philips digital signage screen

    The latest Philips D Line Digital Signage Displays are powered by Android 7.1.2 meaning they are perfect for TrilbyTV. The model we have used and tested is the 32BDL4051D which has built in Android

  • Installing TrilbyTV Player on a LG digital signage screen

    TrilbyTV is simple to install on the LG webOS digital signage range of displays offering an All-In-One digital signage solution. No additional hardware is required. You will need LG Digital Signage

  • Set TrilbyTV Player to run at set times of day via Radix MDM

    Classroom display boards make great digital signage screens before and after class time and during breaks. Using the Radix MDM you can schedule TrilbyTV Player to launch at certain times so the

  • Corners

    Corners is a TrilbyTV feature that puts your logo, the current time and date, or other information on the screen at all times. It places these in one of the four corners of the screen and you can

  • Groups

    The Groups feature in TrilbyTV is where you can group players, users and content. For example… you may have a set of 3 screens in the Humanities block. You only want the Humanities staff to access

  • Can I share my videos with parents or on social networks?

    Of course. TrilbyTV is all about sharing your content and engaging in the wider community! You can enable Public Sharing on any approved video in TrilbyTV. This will give you a public link to a web

  • 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

  • Caching and bandwidth

    Because all your TrilbyTV content is in the cloud, it’s available to you easily from one of the many supported Player devices. Streaming video can put a strain on your internet bandwidth, and so we’ve

  • Can I add a Vimeo video?

    When you add a video directly to TrilbyTV we compress and store it in a way that makes it play great on TrilbyTV players. We would always recommend adding your video to TrilbyTV if you want it to

  • What size files can I upload?

    TrilbyTV users with a subscription and those with a trial account can upload files of up to 2GB in size. Once your content arrives on the TrilbyTV server it will have to be processed. If it is a

  • Adding Web Content

    Adding web content to your TrilbyTV screens gives you a simple way to showcase existing online content around your school. In the short video below Neil walks you through the process, or scroll down

  • Deleting Content

    You can remove any content from TrilbyTV if you have the correct permissions. You will need to be a Moderator or Admin user to do this. Click the edit button next to an item in the content feed. Then

  • Can I add a YouTube video?

    When you add a video directly to TrilbyTV we compress and store it in a way that makes it play great on TrilbyTV players. We would always recommend adding your video to TrilbyTV if you want it to

  • Using Categories

    One of the easiest ways to choose what to show on your screens 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

  • Embed TrilbyTV content in a VLE?

    TrilbyTV offers a couple of ways of embedding content in your VLE or website. Click the Edit pencil icon on a content item to view the edit options. Click the toggle to enable the Public Sharing

  • Logo & Colours settings

    Using these options you can specify a logo and default colours for Content your TrilbyTV. Colours The colours will be used when adding new content and will save time in repeatedly setting your brand

  • Announcements on TrilbyTV

    Announcements give you a way to take over all screens or a group of screens to show a single message. TrilbyTV Players check in with the server every 60 seconds for updates. If the Player is online

  • Video Quality Settings

    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. By default, we save the video at a

  • Release Notes

    The latest versions available for each platform are: Amazon FireTV 4.5.0 Android 4.5.0 Apple TV 4.5.0 ChromeOS 4.4.3 iOS (Player) 4.5.0 iPad 4.3.5 LG webOS Signage 4.1 4.5.0 Mac 4.4.3 Windows 4.5.0

  • Adding Twitter Feeds

    Adding a Twitter feed to your TrilbyTV screens gives you a simple way to keep getting fresh content showing around your school. In the short video below Neil walks you through the process, or scroll

  • 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

  • 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

  • TrilbyTV Chrome OS Kiosk Mode

    If you have a Chrome OS device you should be able to run the Android version of TrilbyTV Player - Check out this list for Android supported Chrome devices. NOTE: With effect from June 2022, Chrome OS

  • Registering an Amazon Fire TV Stick

    If your Fire TV stick used for TrilbyTV playback is showing a Register screen, here are the steps to get it back online and playing content. Before you start you will need an Amazon account - get one

  • 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

  • Playlist permissions

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

  • 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

  • Firewalls and Filtering

    If you are unable to connect to TrilbyTV or TrilbyTV Player or having issues with accessing the TrilbyTV website, viewing content, or if you are unable to get a Player code, your network may be

  • TrilbyTV overview video

    In this 7 min video, Neil walks you through the basic setup of TrilbyTV and adds a few different types of content. See how quickly the digital signage screen comes alive with content and how simple Tr

  • Migrating ClickView Images to a TrilbyTV Slideshow

    If your ClickView sign is made up of a sequence of images and you still have access to those images then you can easily create a new slideshow on TrilbyTV. Just jump to Adding a Slideshow below. Savin

  • Migrating ClickView video to TrilbyTV Video

    TrilbyTV will only support playback of video content that you own and have access to. We do not support playback on digital signage screens of ClickView content. If your ClickView sign contains a vide