Introduction to File Extensions
Different media formats use different file extensions to help the user (you) and the Zoom Player identify multiple media formats.
The File Extensions page allows you to update Zoom Player with new or user-specific file extensions Zoom Player should look
for when opening media files or listing folder content (Zoom Player filters unknown file extensions from file lists).
At any point, press the "Default" button to result the default extensions Zoom Player shipped with.
Video file extensions.
Audio file extensions.
Image/Picture file extensions.
Playlist file extensions.
Subtitle file extensions.
Executable file extensions, use with care (Can be used to mount virtual CD/DVD images).
Archive file extensions.
Auto-Get Duration / Title for the following media file extensions
When Zoom Player adds files to the playlist, it can get the duration of most common media formats in the background while the CPU is idle.
The default auto-get duration extension list provides verified support for popular formats.