SureVideo

How to play videos from URL on Android kiosks using SureVideo?

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform Android SureVideo gives you a platform to turn your Android devices including Android TV into a video playing kiosk in no time. SureVideo’s robust lockdown is accompanied by easy to configure playlist and arrays of complementing features. However, if you have multiple of these devices at multiple locations and their…

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Taxi Services: Easy and Efficient with Smartphones and Tablets

With the advent of smart devices and their becoming powerful and affordable, businesses have found their uses in newer areas. These smart devices have revolutionized the way business is done today. Touch screen devices have become ubiquitous. The increase in the trend of using these devices have vastly improved the services offered, shortened the business…

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How To Manage Your SureLock, SureFox and SureVideo Licenses

SureLock. SureFox and SureVideo licenses can be managed with License Activation Console. Using this console you can: – view licenses usage – send deactivate request for lost/stolen/broken devices (to request for deactivation, product support and maintenance plan has to be active) Note: The mentioned steps are for the lost/stolen/broken devices only. For other devices, follow the deactivation process on the…

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Playing Videos at Scheduled Times Using SureVideo for Android

SureVideo now allows you to create more than just a simple videos playlist. Using SureVideo‘s Schedule Playlist option, you can create multiple playlists and schedule them to be played at specific times. To enable and schedule playlist in SureVideo, follow these steps: 1. Install and launch SureVideo. 2. Tap the SureVideo Home Screen for 5 times within 3…

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New Web Interface for SureVideo iOS

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform iOS SureVideo instantly turns your iPads into a locked device looping and playing only allowed videos. And now, with the new web interface, SureVideo makes it quick and easy for you to perform important functions remotely. All you have to make sure is that your computer and the iPad are in…

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Difference between SureVideo iOS and SureVideo Lite iOS

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform iOS SureVideo Kiosk Video Looper for iPads is available in two versions – SureVideo and SureVideo Lite. Following are the differences between the two versions: Main Features  SureVideo Lite  SureVideo Loop Videos in Lockdown Mode √ √ Configure Playlist using device √ √ Configure Playlist using Web Interface √ √…

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Remotely Update Video Playlist in SureVideo

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform Android If you have multiple video playing kiosks installed at different locations, it is difficult to manage and update their video playlists individually. SureVideo, when used with Dropbox and Dropsync, can help you remotely manage the video playlists of multiple kiosks. Here is how it works: SureVideo – Provides device lockdown…

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Configuring video caching feature on SureVideo for Android

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform Android When your are playing videos in your kiosk directly from a URL, there are chances that you may face problems like: 1. No video playback when kiosk not connected to Internet 2. Patchy streaming and disrupted video playback 3. High Internet bandwidth consumption With SureVideo‘s new option to cache…

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SureVideo Android Javascript APIs

Applies to: Product SureVideo Platform Android SureVideo for Android now comes with built-in set of Javascript APIs. Use these APIs in an HTML file and specify the file as Custom Layout Home Screen. The APIs are written as window.surevideo.<API_Name> Following is a comprehensive list of SureVideo APIs: launch(‘file_path’): Launches a media file.       window.surevideo.launch(‘/mnt/sdcard/samplevideo.mp4’); loopMedia(): Loops the…

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