AxisTV v.1.23 comprises new widgets, OS Supports, and full-featured touch room sign management.
FREMONT, CA: Visix releases the latest version of the AxisTV Signage Suite, an enterprise digital signage platform. Version 1.23 comprises of five new widgets, 64-bit OS support, increased workflow, enhanced interactive functionality, and personal UI customization options.
The advanced version of AxisTV also consists of heightened sort and filter intelligence, extended organizational tools, and security policies. This new version can customize visual property for the firm’s touch room signs.
Version 1.23 can expand and enhance every aspect of the platform, including design, management, and playback. Be it an administrator or a content developer, the release of Version 1.23 has new tools that help the customers to streamline workflow and produce content that helps customers.
AxisTV Signage Suite platform includes all the applications that have converted to 64-bit. It helps the clients show a higher resolution video and more complex content. Version 1.23 also utilizes NET Framework 4.8, which includes the advanced security and cryptographic standards available.
The new version consists of increased policies for user accounts, which includes new security options. The features of these security options include password rules, intrusion rules, and auto-logout settings.
The content management system permits greater visibility to playback performance, with choices to receive system alarms, or stops updating about its snapshot. The administrators can set how players are scanned for alarm conditions using secure configuration settings.
By using AxisTV Signage Suite, the users can personalize the software's UI with their priority. Version 1.23 incorporates filter intelligence and heightened sort for more refined data mapping. This, then, gets linked to external sources like calendars, XML, or JSON, and a more straightforward configuration of data-triggered content using logic.
AxisTV Signage Suite v 1.23 includes improvements to the fill-in-the-blank toolset and five new drag-and-drop widgets for content developers.
• Version 1.23 new Media Directory widget lets the users create mini playlists by focusing on a folder to play still and video media files.
• Fill-In Text Block widget allows the designers to include fillable text blocks to any message or layout template. It permits the content designers a quick way to enable others to contribute.
• Video Capture Card hardware is designed to control HDMI capture cards present on Visix HDn players. It lets the customers display a live video from set-top-boxes and other video resources.
• Book Exchange widget and Event Calendar widget are part of the extended functionality and design controls for the company’s Touch meeting room signs.
“Digital signage is most effective as a communications platform if it both informs and engages,” said Sean Matthews, CEO, Visix.
By utilizing AxisTV Signage Suite, now customers can publish schedules from their calendar app to touch room signs. Version 1.23 platform allows walk-up reservations at the sign for clients using Microsoft Exchange and Exchange 365.
“Improvements in user experience remain a core focus for most vendors with each new digital signage software release,” said Matthews. “A successful digital signage network typically has many content contributors with varying technical and design skillsets, and the user interface must be intuitive and easy to use while also offering rich features and functionality. Visix has continuously worked to streamline our user interface experience with a focus on ease of use. We are giving content creators of all skill levels, more tools, and programmatic widgets that accelerate and enhance creativity."
The innovative and advanced software, Version 1.23 also makes the Touch products into a more adaptable and personalized room sign, with options to tailor every element of the on-screen playback and booking UI.
“Our customers increasingly request toolsets that amplify interactivity and targeted content delivery. We are helping them solve problems and create new opportunities for audience engagement through innovations supporting interactive content, conditionally-triggered content, and personalized messaging that is meaningful to the moment,” Matthews concluded.