CORIOmaster & CORIOgrapher Help
Streaming media and 4K playback input module - quick start guide
Watch the video guide
Connect your cables and power on your
CORIOmaster™, CORIOmaster mini™, or CORIOmaster micro™.
To stream media, connect an Ethernet cable to the Streaming media and 4K playback input module, or connect a USB drive to play media directly.
For 4K media, use a good quality, high-speed 3.0 USB drive.
Make sure your CORIOmaster is connected to your display devices and to an AC power outlet.
- Download the latest firmware for your CORIOmaster from tvone.com/firmware-updates.
Use CORIOdiscover to update your firmware.
Download the latest version of CORIOdiscover and CORIOgrapher from tvone.com/softwares
Install the latest software.
Open CORIOgrapher , connect to your CORIOmaster, and read the configuration from your device.
Make sure you have a video wall set up that includes at least one window that uses a source from the Streaming media and 4K playback input module, and select Take.
OPTIONAL: if you only want to play media from a USB drive, you don't need to do this step.
If you want to stream media over IP, choose network settings for your Streaming media and 4K playback input module.
Select > Module Configuration.
Find the Streaming media and 4K playback module that you want to set up, and select > Configure.
If you choose DHCP, the network assigns you an IP address.
If you choose a static IP address:
- Enter a value for your IP address and subnet mask.
- If you want to stream from the internet, enter a value for your gateway.
- If you want to refer to a source by name, enter a value for DNS.
Static IP address
If you choose a static IP address, make sure you enter a unique value for your IP address. Using the same IP address for multiple devices can cause your devices to disconnect.
If you need help with network settings, contact your network administrator.
Double-clickthe window you wish to play streaming media, and select (Media Player) Manage.
Select your media source.
Your media items appear as icons.
Found encoder, streaming
Information about the media item appears on the right.
OPTIONAL: if you want to stream media, add your streams.
If you want to stream from an Encoder‑100, check that it is encoding. Look for the green spot.
If the encoder is not encoding, you might need to start or configure it.
If you want to stream from the internet, or from an encoder that does not appear in Discovered encoders, add the stream. Select IP Streams > Add IP Stream and enter a useful name and the URL of the media stream.
Choose a resolution for your media stream.
Drag media items and streams into the play queue and use the playback controls to play your media. Check that the media is playing on your video wall.
Use the playback controls start, stop, pause, skip to the next item, and return to the previous item. You can select and delete media items, or clear the entire play queue.
To loop the play queue, first stop playback.
OPTIONAL: you can save your play queue as a playlist.
You can also create playlists in the playlist editor.
Setting up the internal drive
You can save media items from your USB drive to the internal drive.
When you first set up your internal drive, it is useful to copy the entire contents of your USB drive to the internal drive. All your media items and folders are copied exactly to the internal drive, for pathways up to 480 characters, or fewer, depending on the language you use.
Unsupported items are also copied to the internal drive. You can't see these items but they still take up space. Check that your USB drive contains only supported items before you start.
See a list of supported items
Select (USB Drive) > Replace all items on the internal drive.