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Key Flowcode Features
QR codes are compatible with video, and if applied correctly can be a powerful driver of user traffic and engagement. If you want to create a QR code for TV, FlowcodeTV is the most powerful and reliable tool to make your videos interactive.
To get the biggest impact of using a QR code on TV, you need a code that can withstand a high volume of traffic, be privacy compliant, and be scannable for all device types. For those reasons, it's best to use platforms that offer end-to-end solutions like Flowcode.
Typically, you can find the QR code on your TV screen in a prominent, easily visible part of the screen. This may be at the corners or the center. Look for a square-shaped, checkered pattern–that’s the QR code.
While there’s no hard and fast rule, the QR code should ideally be large enough to be easily scanned by viewers. The exact size may depend on the TV screen size. However, typically, it should occupy at least 1/6th to 1/4th of the screen.
Yes! QR codes actually work very effectively on television ads. Viewers can simply point their phone cameras at the code displayed on the screen to scan it, and then they’ll get directed to a product page, landing page, or any other desired destination.
CTV, or Connected TV, refers to any TV that can be connected to the internet to access content beyond traditional broadcast media. Examples include smart TVs and devices like Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or Apple TV.