Video Kiosk: How to loop video on Android


Use Video Kiosk to loop video on Android automatically. To play videos, put the video files in the media folder. If you have not configured otherwise, Video Kiosk will play the contents of the Media Folder in Full Screen Mode, in the order of either the first playlist it finds in the Media Folder or, if a playlist is not found, the media folder contents in alphabetical order by full path name.

The video formats that a given Android device supports is determined by the manufacturer of your device.

Customizing Playing Video in a loop

Customizing Playback – what is played and when

Using Split-screen playback mode

  • Using multi-panel display mode.
    To learn how to play video in Panel A of Video Kiosk’s Digital Signage multi-panel Widget Mode, refer to the Digital Signage Widget Mode Tutorial.

Controlling the Display

  • Fade time between videos.
    To change the fade time between videos, go to 
Video Kiosk Settings > Timers > Video fade time 
and change the display time
  • Screen orientation.
    Video Kiosk allows you to set the screen orientation for just the media playback screen. The other views, such as settings, are not affected. The supported orientations are: Default (set by the device manufacturer), Landscape, Portrait, Reverse Landscape, Reverse Portrait. To change the screen orientation, go to
 Video Kiosk Settings > View Options. (To change all the view orientations, use the device System Settings)

Overlays and Backgrounds

  • Overlays.
    Video Kiosk supports using an overlay, often used to overlay content with a company logo in the corner of the screen. For more information, refer to the Overlay Tutorial.
  • Background Images.
    Video Kiosk supports background images that will be displayed behind your media as it is playing and behind digital signage. You can use no background image (the default), one background image, or cycle between a number of background images.

Legacy Support Display Features

Video Kiosk includes some features to work around issues with using old video or old Android devices.

  • Stretch video
    Old video is narrower (960×720) than the new standard video size (1280×720), which causes black bands to be displayed in the vacant space on the sides. You can use the Stretch Video feature to eliminate the black bands. To do this, go to
Video Kiosk Settings > Legacy > Stretch video
 and check the checkbox.
  • First frame render time
    Older Android devices can flicker as they attempt to render the first frame of video. This flickering can be eliminated by increasing the first frame render time. To do this, go to 
Video Kiosk Settings > Legacy > First frame render time 
and increase the render time.

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