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    Colby Maughan

    Hello Marcos,

    You may be able to get Rise Vision to work on Windows 10 IoT but we currently don't officially support it. We haven't done any compatibility testing or QA against Windows 10 IoT or devices that run it, so we can't guarantee it will work without issues. If you were to run into any problems while running Rise Vision on IoT, we may not be able to assist with a resolution depending on what the issue is. It looks like drivers aren't as readily available for for IoT devices as they are for standard Windows 10 PCs, so that may be an issue.

    If you do get Rise Player running on IoT, I would definitely be interested to hear more about how your experience with Rise Vision on IoT was as (to my knowledge) I don't believe any other customers have tried it yet. 

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    Svt Alex

    Yes, it should support your operating system, this link - https://www.risevision.com/blog/operating-systems-rise-vision-supports you will find everything that interests you, I advise you to learn what I’m writing there.
    But you need administrator rights to install Rise Player on Windows. You should download the appropriate version of Rise Player for your operating system, 32-bit or 64-bit.
    After downloading, double-click the file to launch it.
    Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation. If it does not work ask support for help or read a short speech.
    To avoid Windows pop-ups before your digital signage, turn on automatic updating for Windows 10.

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    Adrian Johannessen

    Hi Marcos. 

     

    Did you have any success with Rise Player on windows 10 IoT? 

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    Marcos Villafuerte

    Hi Adrian, we just never tested running over IoT, we just run it on W10 64 bits

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    Darius Aleksas

    I tried for a little. I can say that it was unusable on a Pi and much, much worse than the raspberry os. Anyhow, lesson learned was that Pis, in general, are just terrible digital signage players; very limited stuff. I wish RV put all the effort into developing the player for Android.

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    Adrian Johannessen

    Thanks for rplying and sorry for not awnsering. 

    I installed RV successfully on a https://scala.com/scala-media-player-l/ with Win10 IoT and ran everything well the little hour I had time to test it. 

     

    A fully functionally Android player would be greate but I think Win10 can be just as good in my opinion. 

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