ScorbitVision Slideshows are meant to combine any number of scoreboards and leaderboards together on a rotating viewer. This is a convenient way to display all your game information on a single screen mounted in a game room, arcade or bar.
ScorbitVision Slideshows can be accessed from the Slideshows left nav item:
Selecting the Slideshows option takes you to the main Slideshows screen. You will be presented with any slideshows you have created. You can view a slideshow by clicking the eyeball icon, where the URL can be copied and shared if desired. The pencil allows you to make changes to a slideshow configuration. Finally, the trash can deletes a slideshow.
To create a slideshow, either click the + Add Slideshow link or the Add Slideshow button.
Adding a Slideshow
Clicking Add Slideshow presents you with the slideshow generator:
Start by entering a title in the title field and choosing if you prefer the slideshow to be public or private. Public slideshows, no matter how you have set any other permissions, will be viewable by anyone. Private slideshows are only viewable by people you have granted access to your venue (like your home venue) via the Scorbit mobile application.
Slideshows are collections of screens. For each screen, select the type, a Scoreboard or Leaderboard:
The selection box allows you to choose from a list of previously-created Scoreboards or Leaderboards:
hoose the duration (in seconds) the this screen to display:
There are a minimum of two screens per Slideshow, but if you wish to have more, you can click the Add Screen button at the bottom of the generator to add any number of screens:
When you've completed all the screens you wish, you may finish by clicking the Create Slideshow button, or cancel to exit:
Now your slideshow should appear on the list of slideshows from the previous page. If you click on the eyeball next to your slideshows, a tab will open with that slideshow. Keep the URL for sharing or viewing outside of the website.
For more information about other ScorbitVision features, either find the specific ScorbitVision guide, or proceed to the next section, ScorbitVision Streamboards.