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Control your LED Screen Remotely with LED Studio by Internet

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Sometimes it is needed to control your LED screen remotely from a long distance to save time and traveling expenses. The LED screen can be controlled remotely by connecting the LED screen's controlling computer to the internet through a fixed IP or dynamic IP (use DynDNS for dynamic IP's). You can use desktop sharing applications to control the LED Studio software or any other LED screen controlling software, or you can use the build-in network control module of the LED Studio software.

In this article we will explain how to use the LED Studio build-in network control module to control remotely your LED screen over a long distance from any part of the world.

Remote Manager (Online)

If you want to operate your LED screen by network control, you must setup the computer which controls the LED screen to the remote control server, the other computers set as costumer computers. The remote control server can be controlled by all the customer computers within the network. The customer computer may control all remote control servers within the network. If you want to carry out the remote control on the Internet, the remote control server must dial up, can’t be by LAN, otherwise it can’t be connected.

Remote Control Server Setup

Select “Option” → “Software setup” → “Networking”, and then enter to the “Software setup” dialog box, as shown on the image below. Select “Local Led screen” and “Remote manager (online)”, and type in a non-used Port number (normally the default number 6600 will be fine). The customer computer must type in the same port number in order to link to the remote control server, and click “Save setup” to exist dialog box.

Remote Control Server Setup

Remote LED Screen Manager

Select “Option” → “Software setup” → “Networking”, and then enter “Software setup” dialog box, as shown in the image below. Select “Local Led screen” and “Remote Manager (online)”, and click “Save setup” to exist the dialog box.

Remote LED Screen Manager

You may enter the “Remote Manager” dialog box by clicking on the “Control” then “Remote Manager” as shown in the image below.

Remote Manager

Click on “add” can enter “Remote server Setup” dialog box as shown in the image below.

Remote Server Setup

Type in a screen name to separate more than one screen. Type in the IP address. (Note: you may get the IP address by click on “Check IP Address” in the “server setup” dialog box or turn to your network administrator) Then you should type in the related port code, and screen number. Key in the password if necessary. If there are several servers, they can be all added to the list.

Remote Control

Click on “Remote Control” button to enter the “remote control” window as show on the image below. You may apply any command to the server.

Remote Control

Send Files Remotely to LED Screen

By clicking on “Send files”, you may enter the “Send file” dialog box, as shown in the image below. All files will be sent to the sub-catalog “PRGDATA” under the install catalog of the server. You may input objective catalog to create sub-catalog. Or overcast the existing files, to refresh some playing contents.

Send Files Remotely to LED Screen

Send Program to LED Screen

By clicking on “Send program”, you may enter the “Send program” dialog box, as shown in the image below. All files will be sent to the sub-catalog “PRGDATA” under the install catalog of the server. You may input objective catalog to create sub-catalog.

Send Program to LED Screen

Remote LED Screen Manager (Offline)

When sending a program over long-distance (No LAN), adapting the Remote Manager (online) dial up is inconvenient, because the IP address is not fixed, and you must check the IP address when connecting. However, the Remote Manager (offline) can deal with the inconvenience. If the company has its own website, and the IP address of the website is static, the client-side sends the programs to the website, and service-side get and play the program from the website through setting time.

Setup Remote Server

Select “Option” → “Software setup” → “Networking”, and then enter “Software setup” dialog box, as shown in the image below; select “Local Led Screen” and “Enable Remote Server (offline)”.

Setup Remote Server

 

  • Time: at minutes interval to check it in the website; if updating program, download it.
  • Name: input the led screen name of your client-side when sending programs.
  • FTP IP: your website IP address.
  • Port: type in a non-used Port number (normally the default port 21 will be fine).
  • FTP user/password: website management user name and password.

 

Manager for Led Screen Server (Offline)

Select “Option” → “Software setup” → “Networking” to enter “Software setup” dialog box, as shown in the image below; select “Local Led screen” and “Remote Manager (offline)”, then click “Save setup” to exist the dialog box.

Manager for Led Screen Server (Offline)

Select “Control” menu, click “Remote Manager (offline)” to enter “Remote Manager (offline)” dialog box, as shown in the image below;

Manager for Led Screen Server (Offline)

Click on “add” can enter “Remote server Setup” dialog box as shown in the image below. Put in a screen name to identify the differences with multi-screen. Type in the IP address and the related port code, LED screen Number, and user name and user password.

Remote Server Setup

Send Program to LED Screen

Click the “Send program” to enter “Send program” dialog box, as shown in the image below; all program files and program using files will be sent to the sub-catalog “PRGDATA” under the install catalog of the server. You may input objective catalog to create sub-catalog.

Send Program to LED Screen