HOME > Documentations > Creating a Yodeck Player > Setting up a Brightsign player with the Yodeck Software Setting up a Brightsign player with the Yodeck Software Posted by Kostas Sveronis on July 14th, 2022 Table of Contents IntroductionPrerequisites Don’t know which Brightsign player to buy?Brightsign player’s Firmware VersionSetup – Get the registration codeRegistering a Yodeck Brightsign Player on your AccountLimitationsTemporary LimitationsNeed Help? Introduction You are in the right spot if you need to create your own player based on Brightsign using the Yodeck software. Keep in mind, though, that this process requires some basic IT skills. Prerequisites Make sure that you have everything you need: infoDon’t know which Brightsign player to buy?Follow this link, and answer a few short questions to find the player that’s right for your installation. A Brightsign player, any versionSD Card (known branding), Class 10, at least 8GB in sizePower Supply Unit (PSU) for the Brightsign playerAn HDMI cable connected directly to the TV screenAn Ethernet cable or the Brightsign WiFi moduleAn SD card reader infoBrightsign player’s Firmware VersionBefore proceeding with the below setup, ensure that your Brightsign player’s firmware has a minimum version of 8. You can update the Firmware via BrightAuthor by clicking here. Setup – Get the registration code Prepare a Micro SD Card with a minimum of 8GB of storage. Make sure to format the Micro SD Card in FAT32 format with default allocation size if possible. Here are guides on how to do that: Windows, macOS Download the Yodeck BrightSign Player app and extract it on your computer.Copy ALL the extracted files to the SD card’s root folder as shown below. Do not add the extracted files to any other folder before copying them to the root folder.While the BrightSign Player is powered off (PSU unplugged), insert the Micro SD Card into the BrightSign Player.Power on the BrightSign player. Please ensure your BrightSign player is connected to the internet via an Ethernet cable. Please ensure your BrightSign player is connected to the TV screen via an HDMI cable.The setup will take a few minutes and may reboot a few times. Once the setup process is complete, you will see the Yodeck Brightsign player running on your screen with the 9-digit registration code showing up on the screen. Check the below section on registering your BrightSign player under your Yodeck account. Registering a Yodeck Brightsign Player on your Account After seeing the registration code on your browser/TV screen, you must register the player to your Yodeck Account. Login to your Yodeck Account and Go to the “Monitors” section.Create a new Monitor entry by clicking the “+Add Monitor” button.A new window will pop up. Choose the BrightSign Player option.In the “Registration Code” field, type in the 9-digit registration code you see on your TV screen and click the “Save” button.After a minute or so, your player should register with your Yodeck Account, and it should start showing the assigned content on the screen. Limitations Since the newest feature is in the Beta state, there are currently some limitations. Widgets with Script codeCalendarsGoogle CalendarGeneralGoogle TrafficGoogle SlidesPosterMyWallSocialTwitterBusinessALL “Business” widgets will not be supportedRunning custom script code on Web pagesFor Videos: Video Layering is not supported at allTurning On and Off TV screens using the CEC client Temporary Limitations infoThese are temporary limitations and will be solved in the upcoming releases. Some features of Yodeck RPi that are not yet supported by the BrightSign Player, but they will be soon:Ticker Performance (you might face some freezings)Custom Boot logoFor Videos:Gapless Video playbackThe “Crop” display option is supported only for Full-screen videos Need Help? The Yodeck Support Team can help you out! Reach out!