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What is an XSOSD file?
ProgDVB is a Windows program that allows users to watch digital TV and listen to the radio on their computer. Users can also alter ProgDVB's UI and appearance using custom skins, which are often saved as XSOSD files.
XSOSD files are XML files that are created using ProgDVB's SkinEditor. They contain text that defines the skin's name, the version of ProgDVB the skin is meant to be used with, and the skin's display settings. ProgDVB includes a handful of default XSOSD files, and users can download a variety of additional XSOSD files from the ProgDVB → Skins section of ProgDVB's website.
NOTE: ProgDVB skins also use the .xskin extension.
How to open an XSOSD file
You can open an XSOSD file in ProgDVB (Windows) and use it as a ProgDVB skin. To do so:
- Place the file in ProgDVB's Skins folder.
- In ProgDVB, select Settings → Options → User Interface.
- From the Skin dropdown menu, select your XSOSD file.