IFP52 Embedded Player
- 1 Embedded Player Settings
- 1.1 Wireless & Network
- 1.2 Share
- 1.3 Display
- 1.4 Preference
- 1.5 Input Source
- 1.6 App
- 1.7 System
Embedded Player Settings
When the ViewBoard is in the Embedded Player input source, press MENU on the remote control or tap the setting icon next to the input source in the On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu’s Input Settings to enter the Settings menu.
Wireless & Network
Check current network connection status, set up and manage Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and VPN, and establish a Wireless hotspot.
- Wi-Fi, Wireless hotspot and Bluetooth settings will appear when LB-WIFI-001(optional) has been installed.
- Ethernet will disable automatically when Wi-Fi is enabled. Wi-Fi will disable automatically when Ethernet is enabled. Wi-Fi will disable when Wireless hotspot is enabled.
- The device cannot connect to the Internet when Wireless hotspot is enabled.
Setup and manage wireless access points.
- Tap the toggle button to turn Wi-Fi On or Off.
- Once On, you can: Add a Network, view Saved Networks, Refresh the network list, or view Advanced settings.
- In Advanced settings, you can toggle Network notifications On or Off and view Network card info.
Set the local network and proxy.
- Tap the drop down menu to connect/disconnect the Ethernet.
- You can adjust Local network and Proxy settings as well.
Set and share your internet connection with other devices.
- Tap the toggle button to turn Wireless hotspot On or Off.
- Tap Set up to set the Network name, Security, and Password.
Setup and manage Virtual Private Networks.
To create a VPN profile:
- Go to: Settings > Wireless & Network > VPN and tap Add VPN.
- Key in the Name.
- Select the VPN Type.
- Choose to enable/disable PPP encryption (MPPE) and/or show Advanced options.
The SAMBA Service provides file sharing via LAN. When the SAMBA Service is enabled, the user can explore the ViewBoard file system with a PC or mobile equipment.
- To access, go to: Settings > Share > SAMBA.
- Tap the toggle button to enable the SAMBA Service, then set a password if needed.
- Ensure the ViewBoard and client equipment are connected to the same network.
- Log in to the ViewBoard with the client equipment. Input the ViewBoard’s IP address.
- Key in the user name and password, then select OK (if necessary).
- After a successful log in, the ViewBoard files will be available.
Adjust the Wallpaper, Theme, Protection, and HDMI Out settings.
Users can change their wallpaper with default images (both still and live), or use their own by tapping My Photo and selecting the image file.
Toggle HDCP & Copyright and Burn-in Protection Interval On/Off, and set a Password for Screen Lock.
Adjust the HDMI Out Resolution setting and disable/enable the display speaker when connected via HDMI Out.
|On||The ViewBoard speaker will be muted and send 100% volume via HDMI Out.|
|Off||The volume percentage via HDMI Out will be the same as the ViewBoard speaker.|
View and adjust Touch, Language, Keyboard & Input Method, Date & Time, Boot Mode & Advanced Setting, Start up & Shut down, and Toolbar settings.
Adjust Touch Settings and toggle Touch Sounds On/Off.
Choose the preferred language from the available languages.
Keyboard & Input Method
Enable/disable the visual keyboard and/or change the default input method.
Date & Time
Set the system time and format.
|Automatic Date & Time||When enabled, the ViewBoard will automatically synchronize the date and time via the Internet.|
|Time Zone||Select the appropriate time zone.|
|Time Format||Choose from 12-hour or 24-hour time format. Simply toggle 24-hour format On/Off.|
|Date Format||Select from the available date formats.|
Adjust the preferred boot up mode and set/reset a password.
|Normal Mode||The embedded screen sharing Apps will run normally.|
|Secured Mode||The embedded screen sharing Apps will be removed.|
|Disable Embedded OS||The system will automatically reboot, and then the Embedded OS will not appear.|
|ViewBoard Settings Access Password||Toggle to lock/unlock the ViewBoard Settings.|
|Password for Protection||Modify the Boot mode and ViewBoard Settings entry password.|
|Local File Protection Policy||Choose how long to keep local storage files in the Folder app.|
|Color Correction||Color correct the ViewBoard display screen.|
|Reset ViewBoard||Reset the ViewBoard to its factory default settings.|
Startup & Shutdown
Set the Startup Input, Standby Mode, EnergyStar Mode, Black Screen After Startup, Power off Reminder timer and Schedule settings.
|Startup Input||Adjust the Startup Input preference.|
|Display Setting when No Signal||Decide what happens to the display when there is no signal for HDMI, PC, or VGA sources.|
|Standby Mode||Decide what happens when you press the Power button while the ViewBoard is On.|
|EnergyStar Mode||Enable to automatically initiate Sleep Mode when the screen is idle for one hour.|
|Black Screen After Startup||When enabled, the ViewBoard will turn off the backlight automatically after booting up.|
|Time Switch Power Off Reminder||When enabled, the ViewBoard will turn off without any reminder after the scheduled off time.|
|Schedule||Schedule a Boot and Shut off time.|
Adjust the Side toolbar setting.
Adjust the input source names and settings, as well as the side tool bar settings.
Rename Input Source
Set labels for each input source that will be easily recognized when displayed.
Toggle Wake up by active source, Signal auto search, and HDMI CEC and select Input port auto switch.
|Wake up by Active Source||The screen will turn on automatically after plugging in an HDMI cable when the screen is off.|
|Signal Auto Search||When enabled, if the current source does not have a signal, the ViewBoard will automatically search for an input source.|
|Input Port Auto Switch||The original signal will automatically switch to a new cable after it’s plugged in.|
|Energy Saving||Set a time period to power off if no signal is detected.|
|HDMI CEC||Enable/disable HDMI CEC functions.|
The user can view App information and force stop, uninstall, clear data, clear cache, and clear defaults.
- Pre-loaded apps cannot be uninstalled.
- Not all apps support Clear Defaults.
View any running or installed applications. Tap on them for more detailed information and options.
- By tapping on a running application, you can see more information, stop, or report the application.
- Selecting All or Download will list all installed applications.
- Tapping on any application will display further information and options.
View and adjust Storage, Security, System Update, and About device settings.
Users can check the storage status of their ViewBoard.
Clone to USB
Copy settings to an external USB drive.
Assign a number to remote control the display by RS-232/LAN.
- To assign or change the Display ID, tap Change and input a number.
- NOTE: The Display ID is for RS-232 users, and the range is 01~99.
Review Certificate, Trusted Credential storage, and Unknown sources install settings.
- Tap on Install certificate from storage to add additional certificates.
- Selecting Clear Credentials will remove all manually installed credentials.
- NOTE: Pre-loaded credentials cannot be cleared.
- Under Trusted Credentials view and edit all trusted and installed CA certificates.
- Tapping on a credential will provide more detailed information.
- Allow the installation of applications from unknown sources by selecting the box under Unknown source security.
- NOTE: Apps from unknown sources may not be compatible or work properly.
Privacy and Copyright Protection
Agree/disagree to allow the ViewBoard to collect user behavior data.
The ViewBoard automatically searches for software updates whenever connected to the Internet (OTA). With just one click, users can update their version of ViewBoard software.
|Auto Update||When the display is off, the system will automatically check for a new version. If a new version is found, the system will automatically update. After the update is complete, the system will turn off.|
|Schedule||Set the update time.|
|Manual Update||Update the software manually.|
|Check Update||Check for any available updates.|
|Local Update||Update the system from an external USB device.|
Display Embedded Player information, Legal information, and Asset Tagging.
- By selecting Edit, the asset information can be adjusted.
- Tap on Legal information to check open source licenses.