The most popular image formats are supported. Please note that if you're using animated GIFs, they need to be embedded in a web-page.
When you prepare images make, sure they are as close as possible to 1920x1080px.
The full list of support images file extensions are:
Screenly Pro supports all major video formats and automatically encodes them for the best possible playback fidelity on your screen.
The full list of supported file extensions are:
When you want a URL to refresh each time it displays, you can make that happen by adding the URL asset two times and adding an image asset, (say a black or white screen or any other image asset), in between the URLs.
Although the following file types may work with Screenly to a degree, we do not officially support the following file types directly:
However, we have several suggestions for how you can best use these files within Screenly, including exporting as an image or uploading to Google Drive and publishing as a web asset. Please take a look at the use case here to discover these alternatives.