Frame Synchronization

Frame synchronization enables you to configure the content of one frame to trigger playback of content in another frame on the same screen (or display unit). This feature is also known as "triggering".

Example: Imagine that you have one player with two frames on a screen: a main frame and a sidebar. Further, when an ad for local municipal transport appears on the main frame, you want bus schedule information to appear on the sidebar. You can configure your display such that when the ad appears, it triggers playback of the schedule information.

Example: Imagine that you have a player with multiple video outlets. On each outlet, you want to play identical content: a movie trailer, in sync. You can configure each outlet to correspond to separate frames of a display unit. The contents of each frame can play at the same time, which will appear synchronized.