Supported Formats in MediaRich Server and ECM for SharePoint

MediaRich supports over 400 image, video, audio, Office, Drawing (SVG,  WMF, Autocad Interchange – IMF, EMF) and RAW camera file types.

ECM for Sharepoint 2010/2013 v 5 and MediaRich Server 4 64-bit Format Support

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MediaRich CORE 4.0 + SP2010-2013 Image Formats

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MediaRich CORE 4.0 + SP2010-13 Audio-Video Formats

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MediaRich CORE 4.0 + SP2010-2013 Office Support

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MediaRich CORE 4.0 + SP2010-13 RAW Camera Support

MediaRich ECM for SharePoint 2010/2013 V 4.3 and MediaRich Server 3.9.8 Format support

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MediaRich CORE 3.9.8 + SP2010-13 Image Formats

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MediaRich CORE 3.9.8 + SP2010-13 Audio-Video Formats

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MediaRich CORE 3.9.8 + SP2010-13 Office Support

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MediaRich CORE 3.9.8 + SP2010-13 RAW Camera Support

MediaRich® supports the most popular image, video, Microsoft Office, and online file formats, including native Photoshop® and Illustrator® files. Designers can work in the original file format of any size and color mode (paletted, RGB, CMYK), and create media templates to convert a group of images or videos for a particular project for any medium.

  • Dynamically convert product images or videos from vendors and other sources into Web-ready formats with support for most popular file formats
  • Take advantage of a designer’s familiarity with Photoshop and Illustrator functionality – no conversion to proprietary or Web-ready formats is required
  • Have server-level control over Photoshop Layers, enabling post-production tasks to be reduced through independent control of each layer
  • Eliminate the need to save multiple versions of images and videos for both different environments and devices, enabling production teams to spend more time developing creative and engaging content
  • Enable viewing of all documents WITHOUT being able to download the files, and without requiring plug-ins