Scala Content Manager
Scala Content Management allows you to manage your content and deploy it to your digital network, with dozens or thousands of players, from any Internet-connected computer.
This digital signage management allows you to create timetables and playlists to help keep your marketing and development teams on track. Template support and plan-based content distribution also come with this digital signage scheduling software. Navigate through Scala Content Manger’s user-friendly interface and manage all types of media effectively.
At a Glance
Flexible playlists – Create playlists, smart playlists and sub-playlists based on one of various conditions using Scala scripts, messages, videos, flash or static images.
Schedules – Define and edit playlist time slots with a simple graphical view. With variable recurrence patterns and start/end dates.
Approvals – Approve content before media can be played. Selected users will be notified by email when an approval is required.
Multiple Independent Frames – Easily create multiple frames within a display with each frame playing independent content.
Multi-channel Support – Run two entirely separate channels from a single player, immediately reducing your hardware, OS licensing and administration costs.
Player Management – Group Players by criteria (geography, demographics, etc.) set playback options and select content to play.
Maintenance Scheduling – Conduct remote maintenance tasks such as reboot, send and retrieve files or install Scala software updates.
Workgroups – Manage access to content for different departments so each group only sees the messages they are supposed to.
Smart Content Management
Advanced features of Scala Player digital signage software include smart playlists, scheduling, permission-based user roles and triggers. Smart playlists can be built by programming a set of rules by which the system will automatically generate custom playlists without any extra user input. This type of smart content distribution will pick specific files based on the changes made within those files.