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Media Format Support

The following table identifies media formats supported by Scala Enterprise and the player in which they are supported.


Media Format32-Bit Windows64-Bit Windows & Linux
Images




JPEG/JPG(tick)(tick)
PNG(tick)(tick)
GIF/ANIMGIF(tick)(tick)
BMP(tick)(tick)
TIFF(tick)(tick)
WMF(tick)(error)
Video



MPEG2(tick)(tick)
H.264(tick)(tick)
HEVC/H.265(tick)(tick)
WMV(tick)(error)
Apple ProRes A4H (Apple ProRes 4444)(tick)(error)
Streaming VideoStreaming VideoScalaScriptWebClip
Audio





MP3(tick)(tick)
WAV(tick)(tick)
WMA(tick)(error)
M4A/AAC(tick)(tick)
OtherHTML5(tick)(tick)
ScalaScript


ScalaScript

(tick)(tick)

Interactive ScalaScript

(tick)(tick)

Scala Message Displayed as Animation

(tick)(tick)

Scala Message Displayed as Static Image

(tick)(tick)


HTML/Web Content Support & Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF)

You can include HTML web content in your playback using Designer's WebClip feature. WebClips allow you to include:

HTTP URL — A simple URL that allows you to display a web page. This requires a live Internet connection on the player. The page can be cropped and zoomed as well.

HTML Widget — Self-contained web content including HTML, JavaScript, CSS (as well as all other files needed to run) in a single .wgt file. This has the benefit of being locally stored so it does not require an Internet connection, but it may pull content from the Internet.

The WebClip feature uses Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) to display HTML web content. While most web pages and widgets are displayed without any problems, in some unusual cases there may be compatibility issues where your web content cannot be properly displayed because CEF does not support it. If you are experiencing any issues with WebClip playback, it can be a helpful troubleshooting measure to check the CEF version that exists on the player. By knowing the CEF version, you may be able to verify if the issue is due to incompatibility with CEF, or if the problem is elsewhere and can be resolved. The CEF version that is packaged with each version of Scala Player software is listed below.


Scala Player Version

CEF Version (by player operating system)
Windows 32-BitWIndows 64-BitLinux
11.08737373
12.00737979
12.50737979
12.60739191
12.70739191



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