If the slide is sent in PowerPoint format, you can either take a screenshot of the slide and crop it to this size, or open in PPT and click File —> Export —> File Format [choose JPG]. This will show you the dimensions of the slide if you export it.
Note: If taking a screenshot, first make sure that any words highlighted by spell check are approved so that the red underline does not appear in the image.
If it’s not 2400px x 1500px in Export, you can modify the dimensions: Design —> Slide Size —> Page Setup —> Slide Sized For. Choose this dropdown option: “On-screen Show 16:10”. If you do not see this option, you can choose Slide Size and enter Width=2400px and Height=1500px.
Make sure everything scaled properly (you may need to resize images and/or realign text) and then export as JPG.
Navigate to the Events admin site.
In left nav bar, choose Soliloquy
Click on the Soliloquy Slider named “Images Slider”
In “Drag and Drop Files to Upload”, click “Select Files from Your Computer”
Upload the 2400px x 1500px jpg file
It make take a minute to load, but the slide will appear in “Currently in Your Slider”. It will automatically be placed at the end of the current slide rotations (drag and move it to a different spot in the rotation).
To set the start and stop date for when you want the slide to play, click on the blue box with the pencil icon in the top right corner of the new slide. Check the “Schedule Slide?” box. Enter a “Start Date” and “End Date”. Make sure to choose the time of day in each. Click Save Metadata.
Now that the slide has been added and scheduled, in the Publish box in the top right corner, click Update.
Clear the cache (ask Donny for the link).
If you added the slide to play immediately, check to see if the slide is playing.