Tag: Configuration/Making Updates to Your Show

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How to Control Faces with the VIP-4060

Performers may not want to see themselves du​ring your event. Learn how to control your centerhung faces.

Video standards around the world

When it comes to international control systems, every system is different. Different countries play different sports with different sets of rules, have different video resolutions, and use different power connectors and voltages. All of these present unique challenges that Daktronics works with every day. For example, in North America, NTSC color encoding is the standard ...

Updating baseball stats licenses for 2017

With baseball season quickly approaching, it’s time to start preparing for this stat-heavy sport. Are you game-day ready? As many of the baseball stats software have yearly license renewals, it can be a timely process making sure that all stats are updated and ready to go for season play. Stay ahead of the game by ...

Show your fans who has possession

Your possession indicators  on your video display don’t need to be a simple dot or arrow. You can design your own possession symbols that match your video display’s game look. The above example replaces the standard RTD (which for possession is often a greater than or less than symbol) with a football image. This icon ...

Embrace changes this fall with Daktronics Professional Services

We all go through changes from season to season. Changes are what keep things interesting and new. As you approach your season, there are a few changes that may prompt you to contact Daktronics Professional Services. Our diverse community of specialized application engineers, trainers and creative service professionals can help you prepare for the football ...

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Notice to Closed Captioning users that Interface with Caption Colorado

Our Regional Application Engineering team would like to share some important information for Daktronics Closed Captioning users with Caption Colorado. Recently Caption Colorado sent out a communication outlining IP addresses and communication protocols.  At this time we recommend you engage your IT department to open the appropriate pathways.  In addition, a small change to your Daktronics ...

Last Play Trigger for NFL

That's good for another first down! The last play trigger, commonly used on television broadcasts, is now available for LED displays. What is the last play trigger you ask? It's an automatic display of a statistical graphic after a play has been entered by GSIS without any extra effort from game-day operators. For example, after ...

Getting in the Zone!

 Zoning (formerly known as windowing) on a display is nothing new to the world of Daktronics. It's the unique aspect of our control platforms that allow the same physical display to have multiple looks or designs using layers that fit together like a jigsaw puzzle with rectangular pieces. Understanding how zoning works is one of ...