MagicInfo Pro uses an Ethernet network for servers and monitors, and transfers media files (image files, music files, and movies) and office files (HTML, PDF) from the server to the monitors over the network. Multiple monitors are connected to a server via a network and the server can transfer files to all the monitors at the same time or a single file to a single monitor. There are two ways to transfer files. The first is that the server registers a schedule to the monitors and then transfers files following that schedule. The second is that a monitor searches for the files registered in the library list of the server and receives and plays them. If more than one server is connected, the monitor can select a server and can receive a schedule from it. The monitor has a built-in Internet connection function. The servers and monitors are connected to the network.
Each server or monitor has a unique name to identify itself on the network. A server and a monitor can only be connected if they have the same server name. For example, if the name of a server is 'MagicInfo Pro', only the monitors whose server name is 'MagicInfo Pro' can receive schedules from it. If a monitor cannot find a server whose name is the same as the server name configured in it, it waits until a server with that name appears. However, if Auto Connection is enabled, the monitor attempts to connect to other servers and connects to the first server that responds.
The device management feature of MagicInfo show the status of each screen and allows the settings of each display to be managed remotely.
Adjust the color, brightness, RGB values and Panel Off/On, Volume On, Off for a display monitor remotely.