How to publish content in DatabeatOMNI (Advanced view)

DatabeatOMNI is a web-based screen publishing platform solution enabling creation of media channels that a user can upload content to. Decide where, when and how the content should be displayed with DatabeatOMNI.


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Video: Create a DatabeatOMNI channel and upload content.


Demo and user interfaces: 00:00 - 00:30

Channel creation: 00:30 - 01:05

Publish content: 01:05 - 03:00

Outro: 03:00 - 03:10

Create channels

Create channels in DatabeatOMNI with content that are shown on screens towards a respective audience. The content can be defined with information, brand messaging and stories presented in various forms such as images, videoes, websites or with the help of widgets.

Upload content

A DatabeatOMNI user can publish the content and decide where, when and how the content is shown on the screens. When publishing, you can easily decide when to schedule the content within specified timeframes, such as dates, the hour of the day, weeks. You can also schedule weather dependent content.

Assign the channel to OMNIplayer

Once you've created a channel, and uploaded content you will have to assign the channel to your OMNIplayer. Learn how to change the channel on a OMNIplayer


Title: Set a title of the media file.

Description (Optional): A short description of the media file.

Duration: Set the duration of the picture or web-page. 

Duration is unabled for video. Duration of video will set the value. 

Release: Set the date release date of the file. 

Expire: Set the expire date of the file. 

Volume: Enable of disable sound.

Only available for videos.

Schedule: Uncheck the box for playblock to schedule the uploaded files. Select between schedule and 24/7. There's also an option to limit playback based on temperature and weather.

Click Publish to finalize the uploading process when all settings has been set. 

The status-column will indicate if the media file has been uploaded successfully.