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  • Install Rise Player on Pi

      Install Rise Player Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) Rise Player is tested and supported on Raspberry Pi 3B with a Class 10 SD card. Note: Linux Terminals are case sensitive. You'll need to enter the comm...

  • Choose a Media Player

     What is a Media Player?  Rise Vision Pre-Configured Media Player  Configure your own Media Player  Supported Operating Systems    What is a Media Player? A Media Player is a small computer...

  • Terms of Service

    TERMS OF SERVICE THIS CONTRACT CONTAINS A BINDING ARBITRATION CLAUSE This Rise Vision Service Agreement (“Agreement”) governs provision of Services (defined below) by Rise Vision Incorporated (“we,...

  • Terms of Use

    TERMS OF USE Welcome to Rise Vision.  Rise Vision Incorporated (“we,” “our,” or “us”) operates this website and provides a wide variety of digital signage management services (“Services”) for its c...

  • Install Rise Player on Linux

    Note: Linux Terminals are case sensitive. You'll need to enter the commands in this article exactly as they are shown. CAPS lock should be disabled. Do not use the sudo command to install Rise Pla...

  • Rise Player network requirements

    The network requirements for Rise Player are shown in the table below. If Rise Player is unable to access one or more of these resources, your Display may not be able to show content reliably. If ...

  • Why am I seeing poor video playback on Raspberry Pi?

    Rise Player uses Chromium for rendering a Presentation on a Display. At this time Chromium does not support GPU accelerated video decoding on Raspberry Pi which may result in poor video playback. ...

  • Privacy Policy

    Welcome to our website (“our Site” or “the Site”). By using the Site or our Services, you consent to the collection and use of your Personal Information as described in this Privacy Policy. “Person...

  • Deprecation Policy

    Product deprecation is an inevitable aspect in software development. It changes how we work, and nobody likes change, but these changes are necessary in order for us to innovate with new features, ...

  • Use Handbrake to optimize your MP4 Videos

    If you show MP4 videos in your Content it is important to make sure that they are optimized. Files that are optimized take less time to download and use less resources from your Media Player compar...