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CommandValuesDescription

-replace

 

image replacement flage

-update 

allows to remove all promoscreens

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -update 

vBrightness=<Brightness>

<Brightness> 0 .. 100

setting the brightness of the display. 0=display off, 100=max display brightness

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe vBrightness=0

Promoscreen<Nr>=<Filename>

<Nr> 1 .. 4

<Filename> filename of picture

Supported image formats png, jpg/jpeg, bmp

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -replace Promoscreen1=c:\test\Image1.png

ImageLoader.exe -replace Promoscreen1=c:\test\Image1.png Promoscreen2=c:\test\Image1.png

PromoscreenP<Nr>=<Filename>

<Nr> 1 .. 4

<Filename> filename of picture

For uploading portrait images you need to use the PromoscreenP parameter. The portrait orientation is only supported by the duraSign 10.0 Pad

Supported image formats png, jpg/jpeg, bmp

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -replace PromoscreenP1=c:\test\Image1.png

ImageLoader.exe -replace PromoscreenP1=c:\test\Image1.png PromoscreenP2=c:\test\Image1.png

ImageLoader.exe -replace Promoscreen1=c:\test\Image1.png PromoscreenP1=c:\test\Image1.png PromoscreenP2=c:\test\Image1.jpg

SignInfoBg=<filename>

<Filename> filename of picture

The SignInfoBg parameter allows to change the background of the default signature mode

Supported image formats png, jpg, bmp

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -replace SignInfoBg=c:\test\Image1.png

SignInfoBgP=<filename>

<Filename> filename of picture

The SignInfoBgP parameter allows to change the background of the default signature mode in portrait orientation

Supported image formats png, jpg, bmp

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -replace SignInfoBgP=c:\test\Image1.bmp

SignInput=<filename>

<Filename> filename of picture

The SignInputparameter allows to change the background of the signing area by the naturaSign ColourPad (in default Sign Mode)

Supported image formats png, jpg, bmp

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe -replace
SignInfoBgP
 SignInput=c:\test\Image1.bmp

Promotime<Nr>=<Waittime>

<Waittime> 5 .. n

The Promotime parameter allows to set the display time for a specific promoscreen (min value is 5 sec)

PromotimeP<Nr>=<Waittime>

<Waittime> 5 .. n

The Promotime parameter allows to set the display time for a specific promoscreen in portrait orientation (min value is 5 sec)

Promoconfig=<filename><Filename> filename of configThe Promoconfig parameter allows to upload a config file with the display timings of all promoscreens
Multi The Multi parameter allow multiple instances of ImageLoader (or allow the start of ImageLoader while other StepOver already running)
NoMultiMSG In case the ImageLoader is started while another StepOver is already running, the start of the ImageLoader will fail with an Error Message. The Parameter NoMultiMSG suppress this message.
@<filename><filename> filename of Textfile with the used parameters

use parameter inside textfile to configure ImageLoader instead of transfering by command line.

one commandline parameter per line !

UseDir=<directory><directory> path to images to transfer to device

The Parameter UseDir allows to sync the images from a local folder with the device. The naming of the files should be Promoscreen1(.jpg/png/bmp) , ... , PromoScreen4 bzw PromoscreenP1, ... , PromoscreenP4, SignInput, SignInfoBG, SignInfoBGP

If you not naming the Images with the specific names, they will all be handled as PromoScreen and will be uploaded by alphabetical order

DeviceDirworks only in combination with UseDir

In case you have 2 different device types you can use the DeviceDir parameter to extend the set UseDir with a device specific naming.

naturaSign Pad Colour

G6
naturaSign Pad Flawless/ComfortG8
duraSign Pad BrillianceG12
duraSign Pad 10.0G13
Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe UseDir="c:\test" DeviceDir

in that case the device specific folder must be c:\testG6, c:\testG8, c:\testG12, c:\testG13
DeviceSubDirworks only in combination with UseDir

In case you have 2 different device types you can use the DeviceDir parameter to extend the set UseDir with a device specific subfolder

naturaSign Pad Colour

G6
naturaSign Pad Flawless/ComfortG8
duraSign Pad BrillianceG12
duraSign Pad 10.0G13

 

Code Block
languagepowershell
titleExample:
ImageLoader.exe UseDir=c:\test DeviceSubDir

in that case the device specific folder must be c:\test\G6, c:\test\G8, c:\test\G12, c:\test\G13
NoConsoleMsg do not show messages in command line (old compatible mode)

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