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What is a player PC and why is it needed?

A player PC is a Windows-based PC that is connected to your screen/display. On the player PC the FrontFace Player Application is installed.

Without a player PC, you cannot use FrontFace. Some screens can be directly connected to a local network or the Internet (aka SmartTVs) but this is not sufficient to run FrontFace.

Apart from common desktop/notebook PCs, you can also use compact mini PCs (i.e. a small form factor PC, often also called a "thin client") or stick PCs that can be easily mounted directly behind the screen.

Last modified: 2016-07-11 11:15
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