Rise Vision Guide to Creating an Intermediate Schedule

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Schedules can be one of the more complicated aspects of Rise Vision, this guide will go through an intermediate example. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to add it in the comments.

Intermediate Schedule
In this example we are going to use a school. They have morning announcements, lunch announcements, and other news that needs to be displayed at varying times and the timing depends on what day it is. This schedule also plays on all their displays with a Schedule timeline of always. Here is what the school wants to show and how you could achieve it.

Presentation and Time Requirements
Displays everyday Main Announcement (Whenever nothing else is playing this plays) Weather (Whenever nothing else is playing this also play)
Video Announcements: 7:55 – 8:00

Only display on Monday, Thursday and Friday
CNN News: 10:41 – 10:57
CNN News: 11:11 – 11:22

Only display on Tuesday and Wednesday
CNN News: 11:05 – 11:15
CNN News: 11:35 – 11:45

Order of Presentations Everyday
Everyday of the week the Presentations are shown in the following order, but the timing is different based on the above requirements:

Main Announcement
Weather
Video
Main Announcement
Weather
CNN News
Main Announcement
Weather
CNN News
Main Announcement
Weather

Schedule Settings in Rise Vision
NOTE: Unlike the first schedule we created this schedule introduces the Recurrence setting. To adjust the Recurrence setting, click “Edit” when editing the Content settings in your schedule. See screenshots below.




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Hi Shea - this is helpful; but what if you want to show a certain presentation at the end of every hour, for, say, the last 5 minutes. How would you easily do that without creating 24 items in a playlist?
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Hi Samuel,

If you had two presentation that  you wanted to play, in this example: Presentation A for 55 minutes and Presentation B for 5 minutes.  You could schedule Presentation A to play for 3300 seconds with a timeline of always and Presentation B for 300 seconds with a timeline of always. 

Thanks,
Shea