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    Apr 10, 2019, 11:57 AM
    Digital signage (sort of)
    Thanks for reading. I work for a school, and we've got a smart-TV (fujicomm) that I want to act as a monitor and display particular signs to the students. I want to be able to add or delete jpgs and the monitor will display as a slideshow. Currently I do so through using a regular USB-key connected directly to the monitor. Is there a better way? I know about digital signage, but is there a way to similar have the monitor accessible through our network (it has WiFi and runs Android, can download apps, etc), and just add jpgs into a folder and it would just display everything as a slideshow automatically?

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