Dropbox Replay system requirements

Updated Mar 13, 2024

Dropbox Replay is a rich media review and approval tool that allows collaborators to mark up, comment, and finalize video, image, audio, and PDF projects. This article describes the recommended system and file requirements for using Dropbox Replay.

See how to easily collaborate and review video, image, and audio files 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.

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Supported file types

If your video, image, audio, or text 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. Replay Add-On customers have access to Lossless HD audio playback for their audio files. Replay supports lossless playback resolutions up to 24-bit/96 kHz.


Audio file types

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


Image file types

  • .3fr
  • .arw
  • .bmp
  • .cr2
  • .crw
  • .dcr
  • .dng
  • .erf
  • .gif* 
  • .jpeg
  • .jpg
  • .kdc
  • .mef
  • .mos
  • .mrw
  • .nef
  • .nrw
  • .orf
  • .pef
  • .png
  • .ppm
  • .psd
  • .raf
  • .rw2
  • .rwl
  • .sr2
  • .tif
  • .tiff
  • .webp
  • .x3f

*.gif files are uploaded as static images in Dropbox Replay.


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


Text file types

  • .pdf
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