Keep your customers entertained and engaged with Nightlife’s massive library of eye-catching visuals and music videos.
- Content that keeps your audience captivated and make your ads stand out
- Music that never stops with visuals that don’t have sound to interrupt the customer experience
- A scheduler that plays the right visuals and promos for the time of day.
You can use the Manage My Nightlife app to:
- Control the visuals and music videos showing on your screens
- Load ambient visual playlists, pick individual clips or leave the scheduler to automatically cycle your content
- Display the digital advertising content you have uploaded.
To get started, you will need to:
- Be a Nightlife customer
- Download the free Manage My Nightlife app from the App Store or Google Play to your phone, or use the web-app on your PC
- Have your Manage My Nightlife login credentials ready
- Sign into the app on your phone, Turntablet or PC.
Loading ambient visuals on your screens
Uploading and displaying photo galleries on your screens
Controlling the visuals on your screens
Do you need to see which visuals are playing on which screens? Do you want to temporarily lock the visuals showing on one of your screens?
Follow the steps below to control the visuals showing on your screens.
- Open the Manage My Nightlife app on your Turntablet, phone or PC
- Tap the Menu button in the Top Right of the Manage My Nightlife app
- Tap Visuals
- On the Visuals page, you can do the following:
- Switch between automatic and manual playback of visual content.
AUTO mode will automatically cycle between Music Video, your digital advertising (User and Priority Promos) and Ambient Visuals.
MANUAL mode will lock the visuals to the selected content. This can be useful for locking screens temporarily to your advertising, promotions (User or Priority Promos) or a photo gallery (User Promos). Don’t forget to switch back to AUTO mode once finished.
- Here you can select the visual content to display on your screen. Doing this will enable MANUAL mode.
- Switch between outputs (if you have more than 1 video output) to control visuals on either screen.