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Supported File Types

The list of file formats we currently fully support.

Images:

  • JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group): A commonly used image file format for photographs and other images that contain many colors. The file format supports a wide range of compression levels, allowing for a balance between image quality and file size.
  • JPG: JPG is simply an abbreviation for JPEG, which is used as a file extension for JPEG images.
  • PNG (Portable Network Graphics): A file format that supports lossless compression of images, which means that image quality is not compromised by file size reduction. PNG images can have transparent backgrounds, which makes them useful for web design.
  • GIF (Graphics Interchange Format): A file format that supports animated images and is commonly used for simple animations and short video clips. GIF images have a limited color range and support transparency.
  • SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics): A file format that uses XML-based markup language to create vector graphics, which can be scaled up or down without loss of image quality. SVG is commonly used for web design and user interfaces.

Video:

  • MP4 (MPEG-4 Part 14): A widely used file format for video and audio files. MP4 files are designed to be playable on a variety of devices and platforms, and can support a range of video and audio codecs.
  • WEBM: A file format for video and audio files that is designed to be used on the web. WEBM is an open-source format that uses a combination of VP8 or VP9 video codecs and Ogg Vorbis or Opus audio codecs.
  • MOV: A file format for video and audio files that is commonly used on Apple devices. MOV files can use a range of video and audio codecs, and can also support subtitles and other metadata.

Audio:

  • MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III): A file format for compressed audio files that provides high-quality sound with relatively small file sizes. MP3 files are widely used for music and other audio content.
  • WAV (Waveform Audio File Format): A file format for uncompressed audio files that provides high-quality sound but can result in larger file sizes than compressed formats like MP3. WAV files are often used for professional audio production and editing.
  • OGG: A free, open-source file format for compressed audio files. OGG files can use a variety of audio codecs, including Vorbis, Opus, and FLAC.

3D:

  • GLTF (GL Transmission Format): A file format for 3D models that is designed to be efficient and compatible with a wide range of devices and platforms. GLTF files can include textures, animations, and other metadata.
  • GLB: A binary version of the GLTF file format, which is designed to be more efficient and faster to load than the standard GLTF format. GLB files can be used for 3D models that are designed for use in web applications and games.

Other:

  • HTML (Hypertext Markup Language):
    • HTML is a markup language used to create web pages, and is the standard language for creating content on the World Wide Web.
    • HTML documents consist of a series of tags and attributes that define the structure and content of a web page.
  • JSON (JavaScript Object Notation):
    • JSON is a lightweight data interchange format that is easy for humans to read and write, and easy for machines to parse and generate.
    • JSON is commonly used for transmitting data between a web application and a server, and is often used as an alternative to XML.
  • CSV (Comma Separated Values)
    • Used for metadata management during bulk upload. Feels like a spreadsheet.