Digital Signage Guidelines

Digital signage managed by Georgia State University serves as a visual communication medium to inform students, faculty, staff, and visitors about the University, specific departments, GSU sponsored events, etc.

Information displayed includes (but is not limited to): programs, meetings and activities; up-to-date weather information; campus news; television feeds; important current events; campus facts and emergency messages.

Content displayed on screens is governed by the Georgia State University Identity and Communications Toolkit. and according to privacy guidelines that are developed for Georgia State University. Every screen is required to be connected to GSU’s emergency notification system (RAVE). In the event of an emergency, important information will automatically be displayed on applicable screens. At the end of the emergency, normal content will resume.

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Please complete the form below if you are interested in digital signage for your unit. A Georgia State University Public Relations Specialist will follow up with you to gather more details and provide more information on the service and process.

University Digital Signage Policy

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Graphic Specifications

  • Supported Files:
    • JPEG
    • PNG
    • HTML5
  • Aspect Ratio: 1920 x 1080
  • DPI: 72dpi
  • 40 Words Maximum

 

Video Encoding Specs (applies to both 1080p and 4K videos)

Encoding             H.264 or H.265

Container            MP4

Bit Rate                6 - 10 MBPS (MB per second)

Frame Rate         24 - 30 FPS (frames per second)

4K Video Encoding Specs

 The 4k player has been found to perform well with playback of the following video file types and should also be expected to perform well with any files of a lower resolution or bit rate.

  • Single video file:
    • One 3840 x 2160 MP4 video at 30mb/s, encoded in either H.264 or H.265
  • Multiple video files played simultaneously
    • Up to three 1920x1080 files played simultaneously at 10mb/s, encoded in H.264

 

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