This interesting and easy to use application can help you use your projector to dress any surface, for instance building walls, with multimedia content..
- Version :126.96.36.199
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :TABULA
Facade Signage is a comprehensive piece of software whose main purpose is to help you display any media file you want on various surfaces, by means of a projector.
The utility has a few prerequisites which it can install for you, if you do not already have them on your system. This can lengthen the installation process, so you might have to wait for a while before being able to work with Facade Signage.
When launching the application, you can display the media player and the control dashboard, as you can get a live view of what the displayed file looks like, being able to adjust or move various elements using your mouse.
The dashboard of Facade Signage features a tabbed interface that enables you to quickly switch between ‘Player Info’, ‘Sets and ‘Surfaces’ and ‘Media Resources’ and adjust various parameters.
Load and adjust media files
In the ‘Player Info’ section, you can use the quick actions and ‘Add Surface with Media’, by loading an image, a video or other compatible files. You can select the output device and whether to function in ‘FullScreen’ or ‘Single Screen’.
The ‘Sets and Surfaces’ tab allows you to decide on the image ‘Sets’ and ‘Cues’, by manually selecting them from the assigned panel. Moreover, you can ‘Set Surfaces’ for each image or video, along with the corresponding ‘Region’ and whether you want to use a ‘Mask’.
From the ‘Media Resources’ section, you can load the files that you want to work with and manually select the ‘Region’ to be displayed. You can also ‘Rotate’ or ‘Flip’ images, to fulfill your requirements. The program offers a wide range of hotkeys and shortcuts to make it easier for you to handle its large number of features and functions.
Interesting projection tool
In conclusion, Facade Signage is a complex application that can assist you in displaying media files onto any surface you want, using a video projector that you connect to your PC.