From here, and having clicked on "Install", the player will open and it will show the steps for configuring a player. You can consult the article configuration of an Android player, if you have doubts when configuring your player.
Configuration of HDMI IN
This configuration is subject to the characteristics of the device since not all IADEA devices have this resource. However, in 4YouSee we developed a trial version to recognize the input through this port and thus disable it in the main area of the player. In this way, when the player is running and for the device to be able to transmit the content through the HDMI IN port, you must have the HDMI cable connected from the source you want to display. As the following image shows.
HDMI IN: Here is connected an HDMI cable that comes from the source that you want to show, and can be, from a laptop, to a television signal.
HDMI OUT: Here is connected an HDMI cable that goes to the screen that will show the content of the playlist of the configured player.
In this way, to switch the content shown on the screen, we must access the 4YouSee manager account, to enable the HDMI IN option. We go to the player settings that we just installed in the Players > Players menu as shown in the following image, Click on the android button at the bottom of the window on the right side, then on Set Up Player.
Then click on HDMI IN to enable the option to show what is being transmitted through the device's HDMI input and then on Save so that the changes are reflected:
Thus, when these changes are saved, the player will stop showing the content of its playlist to show the signal it is receiving through the HDMI IN port. Here are some examples of how the player would look showing the content with the HDMI IN functionality: