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Vsign Lite

Vsign Lite

VsignLite is a signage application runs without CMS and managed through TV. TV software is integrated with it. In following sections Vsign Lite application will be described with further details under the headlines below:

  • Setup: In this section, the requirements are described.
  • Vsign Application Display: This part explains Vsign Lite application’s usage and all features are detailed.


Application Specification

TV PlatformMB135VS
Firmware Version7.33.0.0
Language OptionsEnglish, Turkish
Hardware RequirementsUSB

Table 1: Application Specifications

How is it opened

During the Tv’s setup, “AutoLaunch” option should be selected as “Vsign Lite”. Later, every time the TV restarts, the application will open. Additionally this can be changed on Menu -> Settings -> Signage -> Power Up Settings -> Auto Launch.

Vsign Application Display

The VsignLite application consists of three main parts. These are player, schedule and template sections. Moreover, there are the import/export section for backup / export of application settings and to switch to VSign there is a Switch to Vsign part.

Figure 1: The Main Screen


Using this screen, the inserted USB memory can be viewed, erased, played, and transferred to another USB memory. Various filtering and sorting operations can be done from the menu section above. In addition, the channels created in the section over time are played here.

Figure 2: The Player Screen

File Management

Pressing the “OK” button on any file opens the menu for file-related operations. The options described below can be selected and processed.

  • Select: Selecting the file activates the multi-select mode described in the next section. 
  • Play: If the selected file is playable, it plays, otherwise the text is dimmed.
  • Send: It sends the chosen file to another memory. 
  • Delete: It deletes the chosen file.

Figure 3: File Management

Multi-Selection Mode

Multiple selection mode is activated by pressing “OK” button on “SELECT” option on File Management menu. Then select the files you want to select with the “OK” button and cancel them. During this process, you can go to different folders and select the files there.

Figure 4: Main-Selection Mode

Options appear up when multi-select mode is on. These operations can be done to the selected files as explained below.

  • Select All: Selects all files.
  • Delete All: Clears all selected options.
  • Play All: Plays selected files in order of selection.
  • Send All: Sends selected files to Usb.
  • Cancel: Closes multi-selection mode.


By using Schedule screen, a channel can be created, programs can be created within the channel, they can be viewed and edited. The channels number are limited to four.

Figure 5: Schedule Screen

In the menu, the channels are displayed on the screen in accordance with the time information on the top left and down. With navigation, it can be switched through programs. Detailed information about the focused program can be found on the right-hand panel.

Channel/Program Addition

Navigate to an empty or occupied area and press the “OK” button. In the empty area, channel and program addition screen, in the occupied area editing screen are opened. Images, videos and templates can be added to the channel as content.

If the rightmost space (Add Channel) is selected, a new channel will be created and the screen will pop up to create our first program.

If an empty space is selected in a previously created channel, the new program is added to the channel.

If the occupied area is selected in a previously created channel, the selected program will be edited.


Figure 6: Channel/Program Editing Screen

Channel/Program Editing Screen Input Fields

  • Add Content: If the “ok” key is pressed on this field; the appropriate contents are listed. The users can do multi-selection. You can then delete the contents by pressing the “ok” key. 
  • Start Time: Start time of the program.
  • Finish Time: Finish time of the program.
  • Channel:   Name of the channel in which the program is included.
  • Memory: Memory in which the channel is saved.

Supported files are written below.

  • Video: “mp4”, “mpeg”, “avi”, “mov”, “webm”, “ts”, “mpg”, “m4a”, “mkv”,
  • Image: “jpg”, “jpeg”, “png”, “bmp”.


This screen displays the predefined templates and the user fills them and prepares them for use. User-created templates are kept in the “My Templates” folder. They can be played, edited and deleted from here.

Figure 7: Template Screen

Creation of the Templates

Scroll to one of the previously defined templates and press “OK”. When the “OK” key is pressed on the zones, the compatible contents in the memory are listed. Single or multiple selections can be made here. The template can be previewed with the “Preview” button on the right and the “Save” button can be selected and saved.

Figure 8: Adding Templates

Figure 9: Adding Contents to Templates

Items in Create Template section are described below.

  • Template Time: The length of time that the template will be displayed in a program cycle.
  • Content Time: Specifies the amount of time content will be displayed in the selected area via the template.
  • Aspect Ratio: If the area on the template accepts the image, it determines whether the inserted image performs one of the behaviors that maintain the aspect ratio or fill the area.
  • Audio: If there is a field that accepts video in the template, it determines whether the video will sound or not.


Using this menu, the TV settings can be transferred to another TV.

Switch to Vsign

With this menu, the users can be transferred to VSign Application. In addition, the VSign application will start to open when the television is turned on.

Switch to VsignLite Portrait Orientation

The user can rotate the screen 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise by selecting Portrait1 or Portrait2 from Menu -> Settings -> Signage -> Controls  -> OSD Orientation. The application will be rotated vertically.