Tag: outlines

1500 Subscriber Special!!!

Three years, 2 months, and 25 days ago, we started the Venus 1500 blog to help you get the most out of your Daktronics display. This will be our 143rd post overall, and each post provided you with tips and tricks for using your display, creating content, planning ad campaigns, showed you how to utilize shortcuts ...

Making Marvelous Monochrome Content

This week, we will focus on a topic that has been a long time coming. For those of you who have monochrome displays, today is your lucky day! We have put together a best practices guide just for you. Monochrome displays are capable of producing a variety of shades in a single color. The two ...

Discover New Features in the Web Editor

Recent changes in the web editor make it easier and more efficient to use when creating content. In this week’s blog we will tell you about the changes, explain how to use them, and how they will affect you. Effects Previously, if you wanted to add a shadow or outline to your text you would click ...

Monochrome Miniguide

This week, we will focus on a topic that has been a long time coming. For those of you who have monochrome displays, today is your lucky day! We have put together a best practices guide just for you. Today’s blog will cover the best practices of content creation for monochrome displays. We'll also include some ...

How to put text over images and videos in Content Studio

Welcome back to the Venus Control Suite blog! Last time we discussed the latest features in the Web Editor, which included adding shadows to text to help add depth and improve contrast in your message. Shadows aren’t the only way to add good contrast to your messages though, and if you read last week’s blog ...

Make It Pop! Using Outlines and Shadows

Happy Wednesday, March 2, everyone! Today is a great day! The sun is out longer, spring is right around the corner, and the temperatures are finally getting back above zero! And no, I’m not talking about the weather just to pass time because I ran out of things to talk about. What I’m getting at is the fact ...