Got screens? Get Screenly.
Screenly Pro runs on a credit-card sized computer known as the Raspberry Pi. From this small device, Screenly Pro delivers amazing performance. It'll play flawless, full 1080p HD video, render web content and more.
With Screenly Pro and less than $100 worth of hardware, you can turn any modern TV or monitor into a vibrant digital sign. Screenly Pro can be used for anything from displaying advertisements to showing live dashboards with system statuses to featuring in-store infomercials.
- Live dashboards for your office.
- Educational info screens.
- In-store advertisements.
- Digital menu boards.
With Screenly Pro you can manage all of your screens from a feature-rich web interface. Create playlists for one or many screens, organize similar screens into easy-to-handle groups, and locate screens in need of service at a glance.
Installation is as easy as it gets: plug in a few cables for each device, and you'll be up and running in minutes. You won't even need to bring a keyboard to the location of your screen.
Quickly set up new screens.
Plug and play install.
Screens run even when offline.
Powerful organisational tools.
Watch a quick tutorial.
Screenly checks every screen throughout the day to give you real-time screen statuses. View periodic screenshots of what's showing, and verify uptime and connectivity - all from a single web interface. With so much information available remotely, you can save time by no longer needing to check screens in person.
Every Screenly Pro powered device performs maintenance and updates automatically, making multi-screen administration easier than ever before.
Upload your videos and images, or link webpages. Screenly Pro deals with the technical complexities such as transcoding assets for the highest playback fidelity.
Schedule playlists to start and end on dates and times of your choice, or make specific schedules for individual assets.
Screenly Pro offers a 14-day free trial to get you started. Also, if you don't mind managing your screens by hand, there's even a Screenly Open Source Edition available for free.