A folder that is used as the base reference point for defining all other paths in a web server or FTP server.
See Digital dynamic signage.
The automatic adjustment of colour palettes in a graphic so that it shares colours without distorting the appearance of the graphic.
To restart a computer and reload the operating system, either because an application is not responding or because a new software installation requires it. See also Boot.
See Remote Access Service (RAS).
Multimedia playback technology from Apple that combines sound, animation, video, and text in a single file. See also MOV.
Software that pushes information from a broadcast server to a receiver. signPlayer pushes content to throughout the digital signage system.
A device that receives and displays IP multicast transmissions. Signbox Microsystems supplies and installs digital media engines to any digital signage application.
See TCP/IP Port.
Portable Network Graphics. A file format for compressed images on the Internet.