Category: Training

Planning Your Ad Campaign—Community Events 2

Create Animated Charity Promotion Content We’re talking about including community events in your ad campaign. Last week, we showed you it’s easy when you use pre-made content from the Venus® 1500 Media Library. Today, we’ll look at one easy way and one daring way to use animation with one of the pieces in the free ...

Planning an Ad Campaign—Community Events 1

Recently, we talked about planning your ad campaign and mentioned how important it is to include community events. So how can you support your community? What public service announcements can you run? Many national charities need support on the local level, so this is a great opportunity to promote your favorite ones. You’ll find premade content ...

Get Help FAST During the Fall Rush

    It’s that time of year again! Parents and kids are busy as they rush to gather school supplies, new clothes, new schedules, lunch boxes, and the all-famous brand of tennis shoes. Also during this week, all the high schools in America are firing up their scoreboards. So this is really a busy time ...

Creating and Using Time and Temp Content

Many display owners are unaware how important it is to run the time and temp on their digital display. Providing the time and temp on your display trains passersby to look at it. People wonder if they’re running late or if they need a jacket. They appreciate it when your display provides the information they ...

Plan Your Ad Campaign

Do more than just manage your sign. Increase your ROI! Take some time to plan how you want to use your message display. Start your ad campaign by brainstorming what you want the display to feature for the next 12 months. Don’t assume that passers-by have noticed your facility or that they know what you ...

Using the Timeline Part 5

Tips for changing the duration of items in the Timeline In our previous articles about the Timeline in Venus® 1500 software Content Studio, we told you about the direct connection between objects in the Timeline and objects in the Content Editor. For example, when you select an object in the Timeline, the same object is ...

Using the Timeline Part 4

TIMELINE TIPS AND TRICKS This is a fourth post in our Using the Timeline series. If you missed the previous Timeline posts, view them on our Venus 1500 blog site. TIP: HIDING AND UNHIDING OBJECTS When there are numerous objects on a layout, you may find it useful to hide some of them to focus ...

Using the Timeline Part 3

Rearranging Objects in the Timeline This is a third post in our Using the Timeline series. If you missed the previous Timeline posts, view them on our Venus 1500 blog site. TIP: REARRANGING OBJECTS IN THE TIMELINE In the Venus® 1500 software Timeline, objects are listed in the same order they are layered on the ...

Using the Timeline Part 2

Tips Resizing and Identifying Content If you missed our previous post, you might want to read it before moving on to this week’s information. View Creating a presentation using Timeline. If you don’t see the Timeline in your Content Studio to enable Timeline View, follow the simple instructions in “How do I view/disable/enable Timeline in Content ...

Using the Content Studio Timeline Part 1

Creating a presentation using the Timeline When you first install Venus 1500 v 4, Content Studio is in basic user mode. At the bottom of the Content Editor, you will see the Layout Storyboard with a thumbnail of each layout and its hold duration. But once you’re more confident and want to be a bit ...