Unlike it’s name suggests Photo Kiosk also supports displaying videos found in your media folders. Videos can be dragged, scaled and rotated through multitouch interaction similar to images. By tapping a video it will be start or stop playing. Recent updates improves the quality of the rendered videos under different scale factors.
You can now specify a thumbnail to show when the video is not playing instead of the default first frame of the video (which often is black). For each video in a folder Photo Kiosk looks for an image with the same name and uses that image as a thumbnail image. This allows you to configure a custom frame from the video or use a custom image with textual description of the video to show.
Give it a try
Experience improved video support yourself and get inspired to use one for your touch screen or touch table. A free trial is available in the Windows Store.