Digital signage software now in French, German, Italian and Spanish

BrightSign has added support for four European languages to Version 2.3 of its BrightAuthor PC-based software. Now available in French, German, Italian and Spanish as well as English and Chinese; the PC application is included free of charge with BrightSign’s broad line of high-definition, solid-state digital signage controllers. “BrightSign’s UK office has been meeting the digital signage needs of Western Europe since 2008 through its European channel network, which includes partners in every major country in Europe,” said Jeff Hastings, BrightSign CEO.  “With BrightAuthor now available in six languages, our products are more global and more user friendly than ever before. It’s part of our commitment to help both current BrightSign customers and prospective customers who require a localised solution with affordable, easy-to-use digital signage that doesn’t sacrifice quality or reliability.”
With multi-lingual support, BrightAuthor enables users to create, publish, update and manage digital signage displays in the language of their choice.  Designed with an intuitive, visual-based interface, the software includes templates, wizards and customisation tools that even a novice can use to cost-effectively develop and manage their own presentations. The guides make it easy to create full-screen and multi-zone playlists for looping displays without manually configuring coordinates and image sizes.  Content can be easily enhanced with features such as day-parting/scheduling, interactivity, synchronisation and simple networking.  Publishing the content is also simplified because the software automatically creates the playlist file and bundles it with the selected content, ready to drop onto an SD card for playback or delivered over a network.

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