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What is PiSignage?

PiSignage is a HD video capable Digital Signage Player based on standard and off-the-shelf components. It connects to TV via HDMI port and is powered from any standard USB source (~0.75A). It is based on credit-card sized Raspberry Pi computer(Model B/B+/pi2) and completely solid-state.

PiSignage can be managed individually by a Browser(Chrome preferred) or centrally by a Server or using the hosted service at

Managing Screens is just a few steps

  1. Upload images/videos, provide web or streaming links, design and upload HTML assets as a zip file
  2. Create playlists by selecting files, drag and rearrange, select duration. You can select one of the 8 layouts provided for playlist, add a ticker feed and insert contents of playlists in between other playlist(advertisement)
  3. Group players, schedule multiple playlists based on time or events and change display settings. Deploy playlists at the click of a button to all the players in the group
  4. Get status and reports about player, upgrade software centrally to all players, issue debug commands from the server.

Android and Chrome apps for more functions

  • Discover players in the local network and manage individually
  • Browse the content and present individual video or a slideshow

Please visit to know more about features and benefits.

Getting the Player ready

Note: By downloading and using piSignage Player software, you agree to our Terms Of Service

There are 2 ways you can get the piSignage Player Software (Pi 3 is supported)

Method 1: Download image and Prepare the SD card

Download PDF Guide

You can get a fresh 8GB or more class 10 micro-SD card and burn the image to it as follows.

  1. Download the complete piSignage player iso image, For Pi 3B/3B+, please use 2.4.1 or 2.7.1. For Pi 4+ please use 2.7.1 as 2.4.1 is not compatible. (please unzip and program the SD card) (please unzip and program the SD card)

  2. Unzip the file

  3. Burn the image to a minimum 8GB class 10 SD card using one of the following options

  • For Linux

    Use Image Writer

  • For Mac

    Use Apple pi Baker


    Find out your sd card to be programmed using diskutil list and program using the following command.

    $ sudo dd bs=1m if=pisignage_1.1.5.img of=/dev/rdiskX   
  • For Windows

    Use Win32DiskImager utility in administator mode.

  • More Info on image Installation refer to

    Installing Pi Images

  1. Insert the programmed SD card into the Raspberry Pi and power ON.

  2. Register your player with player id at to manage from the cloud.

Get in touch with us at for any assistance or to order prebuilt piSignage image SD card.

Method 2: Install on top of latest Raspbian OS

We have discontinued this method of installation, please use the piSignage image to prepare the SD card. If you have specific requirements to install piSignage image on top of your OS, please contact us at

More Resources

  1. To locally discover and manage piSignage players use chrome-app
  2. To control the player using smartphone, download pisignage android-app
  3. To manage players using your own local Server use piSignage open-source server code
  4. To experience piSignage player in the browser, you can download chrome app from Chrome store

Installing piSignage video

Installing piSignage Video

Keyboard Shortcuts

  1. Use Ctrl-T to go to terminal when piSignage is running
  2. Use F6 or Ctrl-N to configure Network settings and config/media servers

Default Username & Password

  1. use pi & pi
  2. Change the username and password for http login in file ~piSignagePro/htpasswd


Refer piSignage support page


Raise your issues here. or write to us at


Digital Signage Player Software for Raspberry Pi, more details at



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