Quick guide to import images and videos on the WebApp
Applies only to All Twinkly PRO devices.
[this feature is not available for Twinkly Plus and for Twinkly]
Import Tool is the feature that allows you to bring in your Gallery, images, and videos that can be screened on your installation.
You can upload any visual content, whether it’s an image from your gallery or a YouTube video.
To import your contents, first of all, be sure your Objects or Installations are off.
In the Gallery section, click on All Effects and then on the Upload button, as the image below
Once uploaded, the effect will be available in the Gallery, in the Custom section.
To install your content, just click on the Install Button you see in the image above, and then choose the Object or Installation you want to apply your content to, tapping finally on the Install button.
The app will then alert you with a message when the installation is complete
To finally apply your new content, select Objects, from the left side menu, and choose the object you want to apply the effect on.
Then scroll down to the Content Manager and click on the “manage” button.
Once the effect has finished its installation (be sure to wait until the end of the process, you will see the upload percentage) select the effect, and then click on the Apply button, and wait for the Success pop-up.
If you want to see if the effect is playing correctly, also remotely, browse back to Objects and check the Currently Playing section.
Every time you want to upload a video or an image ad play it on your installation, just follow all the steps above for each content, just remember to take a look at the percentage of memory left!
- Image: JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF
- Video: MP4, AVI, FLV, MOV, MPEG
- Image: There is no limitation to file weight.
- Video: 100 MB (FPS 10 / Speed: Avoid high speed movement)
Resolution (Pixel Density):
The resolution of the image/video should always be the number of lamps of your installation, for example in a case with 1000 lamps in width and 250 in length, the image/video should be 1000x250 pixels. This is to ensure the highest fidelity between what you see on the screen and what you’ll see on your installation.
When designing custom effects, it is highly advised to work on the layout of the installation, with a ratio
of b:h (base : height) for best results. This is to avoid stretching and/or cropping of your content.
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