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Unfortnately there is no way to import the data from PVP 1 to PVP 2. There are significant differences in the data and file structure between the two versions of ProVideoPlayer that prevent this. Y...
No, there is no interaction between PVP 2 and PVP 1. The two programs are written with very different technology and getting them to talk together would have been a lot of work. Plus, PVP 1 just ca...
Nope, but that's OK, because we've actually improved on that process to give you even more flexibility with how the two programs interact. Rather than having to plan everything out and make sure yo...
ProVideoPlayer has a default image transition option available in Preferences. This will allow you to setup some basic options for image playlists. To access these settings, click on the ProVideoPlaye...
The two tables below list all of the DMX fixture guideslines for PVP 2. Several vendors already have a fixture profile that you can download and install, but these may not be 100% accurate fixtures. U...
ProVideoPlayer does not have a public API or intional AppleScript support. You may be able to achieve some things with AppleScript, but there are no official uses for it. If there is something you'...
You will need to go to our Product Registration page [http://www.renewedvision.com/registration.php] to activate the dealer code you were sent. Enter the activation code, and then any additional infor...
ProVideoPlayer 2 can be downloaded by visiting our Download Center and going to the ProVideoPlayer page. You can also go directly to this page using this link [1]. From the Downloads page, click on...
If you are running PVP2 as part of an unmonitored installation, such as a video wall, digital signage, or kiosk, there are a number steps you should take both to ensure that the computer itself stays ...
We're glad you asked! First, it depends on what you need to know. If you are just looking for more details about something, we recommend searching the Knowledgebase [1], watch the tutorial video...
You can install PVP 2 as many computers as you want, but a license can only be used on one computer. However, we've made it really easy for you to move your license from one computer to another. ...
Creating a looping playlist in ProVideoPlayer 2 is fairly easy, however, you can make it more advanced if you want. This article will cover creating a basic looping playlist that contains both images ...
Great! We love getting user feedback about new features, or changes to existing features. These often spark ideas for better ways to do something, or even get turned into new features. If you'd ...
ProVideoPlayer 2 does not have a trial version without the watermark. You can download and try out the program risk-free, and with no time limit, by downloading the demo version (which is the same ...
ProPresenter 5, ProPresenter 6, and ProVideoPlayer 2 all support RS232 controll via GlobalCache. The Global Cache iTach, IP to Contact Closure with PoE (IP2CC-P) [https://www.amazon.com/Global-Cache-C...
Beginning with ProVideoPlayer 2, 2.1.1, you can control a playlist using software or hardware that generates Linear Timecode (LTC). Since configuring and using timecode is a more advanced setup, we ar...
Rather than doing an upgrade path for PVP 1 to PVP 2, we are actually doing a trade-in system. This means that you are exchanging your PVP 1 license for new PVP 2, licenses, just like you do when y...
The Network Node option that was available for ProVideoPlayer 1 has been discontinued. Due to improvements with Macs and display hardware, and especially with the new features in PVP 2, the Network...
You can access the PVP 2 tutorial videos here [1]. Click on the buttons at the bottom of the tutorials page to access additional videos. Links: ------ [1] http://www.renewedvision.com/pvp.php?...
ProVideoPlayer 1 supported DMX over USB using a device from ENTTEC. This was used primarily because it was a simple way to implement DMX support to an existing product. There were a number of stabilit...
Probably not. Often the reason people want a product for Windows is because the hardware is cheaper. But the hardware that would be needed to run ProVideoPlayer 2 on a PC is about the same price as...