Below is the list of file types, formats and codecs supported by the current version of Slideshow software:
|Type||File name extensions||Supported formats||Notes|
|Image||jpg, jpeg, png, bmp, gif, webp, svg||JPEG, PNG, Bitmap, GIF, WebP, SVG||Files with resolution more than twice the size of the panel are first scaled down, in order to save the memory.|
See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/media/media-formats#image-formats for more details.
|Video||mpg, mpeg, avi, mp4, 3gp, mkv, ts, flv, f4v, webm, wmv, m2v, m4v, mov||Usually MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, H.265||The exact codec and bitrate support is highly dependent on the hardware.|
See https://slideshow.digital/documentation/video-player/ for more details.
|Audio||aac, flac, mp3, wav, ogg, mid||AAC, FLAC, MP3, PCM/WAVE, Vorbis, MIDI||See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/media/media-formats#audio-codecs for more details.|
|All pages are displayed one after another|
|Excel||xls, xlsx||Excel 97-2003,|
Excel 2007 and newer (only on Android 5+)
|It is possible to change styling of the table via web interface, menu Settings – Device settings – CSS style for XLS.|
|Link||url||URL link file containing shortcut to web page or text file with single line containing web page URL. Only pages which are succesfuly loaded are displayed.|
|Text||txt||Plain text in UTF-8 encoding||For displaying as moving text.|
|RSS||rss, xml||RSS, Atom||With UTF-8 encoding.|
|Stream||–||HTTP/HTTPS live stream|
See Audio and Video for codecs
See https://slideshow.digital/documentation/audio-video-stream/ for more details.
|Archive||zip, tar, ar||ZIP (Store, Deflate or Deflate64), TAR, AR|
Used just for downloading/synchronizing multiple files together. Archive files are always unpacked at the beginning.
|Google Docs||–||Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides||Automatically converted to PDF when downloaded to the device directly from Google Drive|
Slideshow distinguish various file types only by the file name extension. If any uploaded file is not displayed, check if it’s file extension is listed in the table above. File name extension is case-insensitive (doesn’t matter if they are in upper or lower case).