Dropbox Replay system requirements

Dropbox Replay is currently in beta and is subject to additional terms.

Dropbox Replay is an audio and video collaboration tool that allows users to consolidate comments, provide feedback, and finalize audio and video projects. This article describes the recommended system and file requirements for using Dropbox Replay.

Easily collaborate and review videos with Dropbox Replay.

System requirements

Dropbox Replay runs through the internet browser on your Windows or Mac computer. You can use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, but we recommend using Chrome for the best experience.

Supported file types

If your audio or video file has one of the following extensions, it can be uploaded into Dropbox Replay. File sizes up to 150 GB can be uploaded, and the maximum supported audio and video length is 12 hours.

Video file types

  • .3gp
  • .3gpp
  • .3gpp2.
  • .asf
  • .avi
  • .dv
  • .flv
  • .m2t
  • .m2ts
  • .m4v
  • .mkv
  • .mov
  • .mp4
  • .mpeg
  • .mpg
  • .mts
  • .mxf
  • .oggtheora
  • .ogv
  • .rm
  • .ts
  • .vob
  • .webm
  • .wmv

Audio file types

  • .aac 
  • .aif 
  • .aiff 
  • .flac 
  • .m4a 
  • .m4r 
  • .mp3 
  • .oga 
  • .ogg 
  • .wav 
  • .wma
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