Unfortunately, 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. You will need to build new playlists and import your media files into PVP 2. However, you can now import and export PVP 2 playlist files, as well as transfer playlists and media over your network, so setting up files on other computers is even easier.
Articles in this section
- Can PVP 2 control the Video/Image Bin in ProPresenter like PVP 1 can?
- Custom image transition time
- How to create a looping playlist
- What are the minimum system requirements for PVP 2?
- DMX fixture list for PVP 2
- Does PVP 2 have a public API or AppleScript support?
- Using Timecode to Control ProVideoPlayer 2
- Can PVP 2 control PVP 1 Network Nodes?
- How many computers can I install PVP 2 on?
- How do I set up ProVideoPlayer 2 in an unmonitored installation to run 24/7?