Tag: animation

Have a Spooktacular Halloween-On us!

Halloween is right around the corner, and we want it to be a fun and successful day for you! You may have received a treat in your email from Daktronics recently: a Halloween template for your display to help make your business stand out. Our new template is so versatile that you can use it ...

Designing on a Dime

It’s all in the flick of the wrist…or the computer mouse for us! Creating great-looking content isn’t as big of a task as it may seem, especially with the right tools readily available. So we sat down with the supervisor of our Creative Services’ digital artists, Scott Larsen, to get the full scoop on resources ...

More New Features in the Web Editor

Back in May, we provided you with a review of the Web Editor and a walkthrough of its newest features. Today, we will again walk you through the latest updates in the web editor in the 2nd part of what will be an ongoing series keeping you informed whenever we release new features. Video You ...

Size Does Matter: Content Creation & Display Dimensions

What are my display dimensions? What are the pixel measurements of my display?  What size should I create my content?  These are all common questions we hear quite often regarding content creation for LED displays. Content Requirements If you have already or ever plan to create content outside of Venus Control Suite, then you should ...

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Talking Content with Daktronics Digital Artist Andy Smith

In the LED display industry, we use the term content on a regular basis to describe what we show on our displays. Generally speaking, this includes still graphics, animations, videos, scoring information, and stats. Content creation is an art form, and many individuals make their living using computer software to produce artwork or content to ...

Importing a Video/Animation as a Still

This week we'll show you how to choose a video/animation frame and import it as an image into your layout. You might be asking yourself, “Why would I ever want to do such a thing?” Don’t worry, I will explain why someday you might want to do this! Let’s say that you have an animation or ...