Digital Asset Management

Which file formats should your Digital Asset Management system support?

Brandworkz DAM supports over 500 different file types and counting — but so do a lot of other DAM systems, as well as what I would describe as online file systems like Box or Sharepoint. So, does that mean you can confidently tick that requirements box when selecting a system to house all of your brand and marketing assets? — absolutely not!

While most DAM vendors can come up with a long list of supported file formats, there are typically only a handful of formats that brand and marketing users really care about, and some of these can be supported in wildly differing ways across different systems. It’s HOW they are supported that matters in the real world. 

Here, I’m going to look at these “all critical” file types you need to focus on, and outline features that separate basic support from the real-world functionality you really need. Let’s get started! 

The file formats that actually matter 

I would say that there are five main types of “assets” (e.g. images, videos, etc), each with a handful of important file types, and we have worked very hard to ensure that these formats are first-class citizens and not just supported in a tick-box fashion within Brandworkz.

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The ones we find that most clients care about are these:

Asset type 1: Images

It’s important to note that images should be classified separately from illustrations and graphics, which I will address next. The six image file types that are must-haves include:  

  1. JPG: Typically supported well on all DAM platforms, ours included, as it is a simple format. One thing to look out for is extraction of embedded metadata. If you e.g. purchase lots of images from Getty Images or download them from Unsplash, they will typically have very useful keywords and captions embedded. Make sure that the DAM system you select can extract/map these in a meaningful way.
  2. PNG: Your PNG files need to be supported including transparency. For example, if you have PSD or PNG masters and end-users need to download low-res versions of these, the transparency should survive the transcoding. If your web team is going to use the DAM, you will probably also want to get them to check that the file size of PNGs generated from high-res masters aren’t bloated in terms of file size.
  3. TIFF: TIFF supports layers, multiple-alpha channels, clipping paths and embedded colour profiles. If you use any of these, check that these survive transcoding and that previews show up sensibly for YOUR files. There are essentially endless permutations, especially if you are using CMYK TIFF files. So, you may find that the colours of these show up with distorted colours.
  4. PSD/PSB (Photoshop/Photoshop Big): Very complex file structure with layers, layer-groups, transparency layers, effects layers, multi-gigabyte file sizes, etc. To support this well, we have chosen to run Photoshop natively on our servers. This is really the only way to ensure that previews are accurate and transcodes retain all elements of the original file.
  5. Camera RAW: We auto-create previews from a wide range of RAW formats, but check with YOUR files as every manufacturer has their own format and some even have multiple.
  6. WEBP: This is Google’s relatively new image format for the web, which they intend to become the replacement for JPG and PNG. It compresses better than JPG, and also supports transparency like PNG. However, you wouldn’t want to upload WEBP masters to your DAM as the compression is lossy, but if your web team is going to use the DAM they might want it to be able to output WEBP format for website use.

Format and resolution transcoding: For all of the above formats, you need the ability to set up image transcodes so you, as the admin, can offer end-users their images in a format and resolution which makes sense for them. For example, regardless of the source format and resolution of an image, sales users should be able to download that image as a screen-res JPG for use in MS Office — and should probably also be stopped from downloading the original as this may be a high-res TIFF which is going to bloat their document.

Asset type 2: Graphics and icons

Illustrations and other graphics need special consideration. As “digitally native” images, these can and should be formatted as vector graphics, rather than raster graphics — allowing to scale to any size without creating pixelation while retaining a small file size. The two main file options here are: 

  1. Adobe Illustrator AI and EPS: We support these, including showing any transparent areas as a checkerboard. This is crucial if you have e.g. white/reverse logos or icons that are white on transparent.
  2. SVG: Supported as per AI/EPS above. Many companies use SVG for their icon libraries and increasingly also for their logos.

For AI, EPS and SVG files your DAM system should also be able to transcode these to PNG at a resolution chosen by the end-user. That way you don’t also have to upload PNG versions when end-users need them for systems that don’t support SVG — e.g. Word Online or Google Apps for Business.

Asset type 3: Documents

It’s easy to focus on images and brand graphics. However, text documents and PowerPoint presentations form an equally important part of your brand profile and brand system. There are three major file types to consider. 

  1. PDF: Relatively easy to support. We make sure that end-users can see all pages in the doc, and that even if you have very large files that they preview. 
  2. MS Word, PowerPoint: We run actual versions of MS Office on our servers because this is the only way to generate reliable, accurate previews. We also have the ability to install your corporate/custom fonts so the text doesn’t render in a system font. 
  3. Adobe InDesign CC: This is a proprietary format, so we run native InDesign CC on our servers to generate accurate previews. Again, we can install your corporate/custom fonts for accurate text rendering.

Indexing text: The text of all of the above docs should also be indexed for search. This is critical for ensuring flexible access to files when needed, and greatly accelerates review of documents for research purposes. 

Asset type 4: Videos

Video files present unique challenges related to their size, along with the wide range of file types. I think there are two main types to consider. However, you can look at them as a single solution within Brandworkz. 

  1. Quicktime and MP4: We support these well, but note that there are so many variants within these two “wrapper” formats that it’s almost impossible to know if a DAM — including ours — will support your files well without trying it out with some of your “worst-case” videos, e.g. especially large ones, or broadcast ones with codecs such as Apple ProRes.

Note: As an example of the limitations within this category, some DAM systems only support up to 2GB for upload/download, which means that you can’t even get most broadcast videos onto the system, let alone get a preview. The previews should, of course, be video previews as opposed to a single still frame.

Asset type 5: Audio

Like with video, there are a lot of audio files, and a lot of variations within each type of audio file. Again, there are two critical file types that are arguably worth looking at together. 

  1. MP3 and WAV: We will wrap these in an audio player so users can listen to the audio straight from the page without downloading them.

Additional considerations:

Although not file types themselves, there are two additional specifics to consider within the context of all the file types discussed above. 

  1. Logos: This is, of course, not a file format category as such (typically being either EPS, SVG, JPG or PNG files). However, even with a good visual preview it’s very easy for non-technical users to select the wrong format because, of course, the previews will be identical across the different technical formats. Logos are, therefore, treated differently in Brandworkz. We put these into our Logo Finder module, enabling non-technical users to easily find the right permutation for their use.
  2. Custom thumbnails: No system can show a preview of all file types, and even when they do this may not be the preview you want to represent the file for end-users. Therefore, make sure that the system you select has the ability to upload a custom thumbnail.

What this means for your choice of DAM

Fundamentally, if you’re choosing a DAM system you should put together a representative test collection of your most complex, largest, nasty files. Then, upload them to each DAM system you’re trialling and see how they cope in terms of:

  • Uploading and downloading: This seems like a no-brainer, but we have had to integrate with other DAM systems where the files uploaded couldn’t be re-downloaded because they were too large : /
  • Previews: This includes image previews, video/live previews and document previews — ideally for all pages.
  • Text extraction for documents: Are you able to search text, and has the extraction been done accurately? 
  • Metadata extraction for images and videos: Pay specific attention to both the type of metadata extracted, and the accuracy of the extraction. 

Realistically, no datasheet, guide, or checklist is as good as trying out a system yourself using your actual files and brand material. Only then will you be able to see what works, what causes problems, and what will improve outcomes. 

Of course, at Brandworkz, we believe in the flexibility and sophistication of our Brand Management Software, and we wouldn’t want you to buy it without trying it out yourself. Get in touch if you want to book a demo and put our system to the test. 

If you want to dive into the details of every file type Brandworkz is capable of managing, here is the full list: 

All formats supported by Brandworkz for automatic previews

Documents/graphics: PDF (Adobe Acrobat), AI (Adobe Illustrator), INDD/INDT (Adobe InDesign CC 2021), EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint.

Images: SVG, BMP, PNG, TIFF, JPEG, GIF, Photoshop, Photoshop Big (PSB), PDF, EPS, WEBP, QuickTime Image, Silicon Graphics, MacPaint, FlashPix and JPEG2000, Extended Metafile (EMF), Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF), Interleaved YUV (PAL, UYVY, YCbCr), Adobe Encapsulated PostScript (EPS, EPSF), Adobe Encapsulated PostScript Interchange format (EPSI), EPT (Adobe Encapsulated PostScript with TIFF preview), Adobe Level II Encapsulated PostScript (EPS2), Adobe Level II PostScript (PS2), Adobe Level III PostScript (PS3), Adobe PostScript (PS), Alias/Wavefront RLE image format (PIX), AVS X image (AVS), Bi-level bitmap in least-significant-byte first order (MONO), CCIR 601 4:1:1 (YUV), Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine image (DCM), Digital Moving Picture Exchange (DPX), Group 3 FAX (FAX, G3), IPTC Newsphoto (IPTC), Multiple-image Network Graphics (MNG, JNG), PF1: 1st Publisher (ART), Portable anymap (PNM), Portable bitmap format (PBM), Pyramid encoded TIFF (PTIF), Scitex HandShake (SCT), SUN Rasterfile (RAS, SUN), Utah Run length encoded image (RLE), Visual Image Directory (VID), Wireless Bitmap level 0 image (WBMP), Word Perfect Graphics (WPG), ZSoft IBM PC multi-page Paintbrush (DCX), ZSoft IBM PC Paintbrush (PCX), Kodak Cineon Image Format (CIN), Microsoft Cursor Icon (CUR), Microsoft Windows Device Independent Bitmap (DIB),MATLAB File Format (MAT), On The Air Bitmap (OTB), Seattle File Works (SFW), X Windows Pixmap (XPM, XBM, XWD), GIMP image (XCF).

RAW images: Camera RAW formats: Canon Raw (CR2, CRW), Digital Negative (DNG), Epson Raw (ERF), Fuji Raw (RAF), Hasselblad Raw (3FR), Image Raw (RAW), Kodak Raw (DCR), Mamiya Raw (MEF), Nikon Raw (NEF), Olympus Raw (ORF), Panasonic Raw (RW2), Pentax Raw (PEF), Sigma Raw (X3F), Sony Raw (SR2), Sony Raw (SRF), Sony Raw (ARW), Sony/Minolta Raw (MRW)

Fonts: Truetype (TTF), OpenType (OTF)

Video: AVI, MOV (Apple Quicktime), MPEG/MPEG2/MPEG4, WMV/ASF (Windows Media Video), FLV (Flash Video), QTVR, Cubic VR, DV (Digital Video), 3DMF (3D Metafile), FLC (FLIC File format), PICS, Animated GIF, M4V (iTunes Video), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MQV (Sony Movie Player), VDU (Sony Video Disk Unit), 3GPP, 3GPP2. Using the following codecs where relevant – H.261, H.263, H.264, Animation, Apple BMP, Apple Video, Cinepak, Component video, DV NTSC and PAL, Graphics, Microsoft OLE, Microsoft Video 1, MPEG-n, Motion JPEG A and B, Photo JPEG, Planar RGB, Sorenson Video 1 and 2.

Metadata extraction: On upload, Brandworkz will extract embedded IPTC, EXIF and XMP metadata from file formats supporting these metadata standards. In addition, custom Brandworkz metadata fields can be mapped to corresponding fields in the embedded IPTC and XMP to auto-populate the custom fields with the embedded equivalents.

Full text extraction: The Brandworkz engine indexes and searches through the full text of the following file types: PDF, MS Word (doc, dot, docx, dotx), MS Excel (xls, xlt, xlsx, xltx), MS PowerPoint (ppt, pps, pot, pptx, ppsx, potx), Open Office/Open Document (odf), HTML, XML, epub (digital books), RTF (Rich Text Format), txt, MP3, WAV, MIDI, FLV, mbox.

All file types supported by Brandworkz, although not all with visual previews

ExtensionFriendly NameCategoryMIME type
3dmRhino 3D Model3Dapplication/octet-stream
3ds3D Studio3Dapplication/x-3ds
asmPro/ENGINEER Assembly File3Dtext/plain
c4dCinema 4D Model3Dapplication/octet-stream
catpartCATIA Part File3Dapplication/catia
catproductCATIA Assembly File3Dapplication/catia
cgrCATIA Graphical File3Dapplication/octet-stream
daeCOLLADA Digital Asset Exchange File3Dmodel/x3d+binary
dgnMicroStation Design File3Dapplication/octet-stream
dlv3 3Dapplication/octet-stream
dwfAutodesk Design Web Format3Ddrawing/x-dwf
dwfxAutodesk Design Web Format XPS3Dapplication/acad
dwgAutoCAD Drawing Database3Dapplication/x-autocad
dwtAutoCAD Drawing Template3Dapplication/x-autocad
dxfAutoCAD Drawing Exchange Format3Dapplication/x-dxf
expCATIA 4 Export File3Dapplication/octet-stream
f2d 3Dapplication/octet-stream
f3dAutodesk Fusion 3D Design3Dapplication/octet-stream
fbxAutodesk FBX Interchange3Dapplication/octet-stream
gBRL-CAD Geometry File3Dapplication/octet-stream
gltfGL Transmission Format3Dapplication/octet-stream
iamAutodesk Inventor Assembly File3Dapplication/octet-stream
idwAutodesk Inventor Drawing3Dapplication/octet-stream
ifcndustry Foundation Classes3Dapplication/octet-stream
ige 3Dapplication/octet-stream
igesIGES File3Dapplication/iges
igsIGES Drawing File3Dapplication/iges
iptAutodesk Inventor Part File3Dimage/x-ipt
iwm 3Dapplication/octet-stream
jtSiemens JT Open CAD3Dapplication/octet-stream
maMaya Project3Dapplication/octet-stream
max3ds Max Scene3Dapplication/octet-stream
neuPro/ENGINEER Neutral3Dapplication/octet-stream
nwcNavisworks Cache File3Dapplication/octet-stream
nwdNavisworks Document3Dapplication/octet-stream
objWavefront 3D Object File3Dapplication/octet-stream
prtCreo Parametric Part File3Dapplication/octet-stream
psmodel 3Dapplication/octet-stream
rcp 3Dapplication/octet-stream
rvtRevit Project File3Dapplication/octet-stream
sabACIS SAB Model File3Dapplication/x-sab
satACIS SAT 3D Model File3Dapplication/x-sat
sessionCATIA 4 Session File3Dapplication/catia
sldasmSolidWorks Assembly File3Dapplication/octet-stream
sldprtSolidWorks Part File3Dapplication/octet-stream
ste 3Dapplication/octet-stream
stepSTEP 3D Model3Dapplication/octet-stream
stlStereolithography File3Dapplication/
stla 3Dapplication/octet-stream
stpSTEP 3D CAD File3Dapplication/x-step
stpz 3Dapplication/x-step
wire 3Dapplication/octet-stream
xasPro/ENGINEER Assembly Instance Accelerator3Dapplication/octet-stream
xprPro/ENGINEER Part Instance Accelerator File3Dapplication/octet-stream
adt Audioaudio/vnd.dlna.adts
adts Audioaudio/vnd.dlna.adts
aifAIFF AudioAudioaudio/x-aiff
aifc Audioaudio/aiff
aiffAIFF AudioAudioaudio/x-aiff
auAU AudioAudioaudio/basic
f4aFlash AudioAudioaudio/mp4
f4bFlash Audio BookAudioaudio/mp4
flacFree Lossless Audio CodecAudioaudio/x-flac
m3u Audioaudio/x-mpegurl
m3u8M3U PlaylistAudiotext/plain
m4aMPEG-4 AudioAudioaudio/mp4
midMIDI FileAudioaudio/mid
midi Audioaudio/mid
mka Audioaudio/x-matroska
mp3MP3  AudioAudioaudio/mpeg
oga Audioaudio/ogg
oggOgg Vorbis AudioAudiovideo/ogg
pkfAudition Peak FileAudioapplication/octet-stream
ra Audioaudio/x-pn-realaudio
ram Audioaudio/x-pn-realaudio
rmi Audioaudio/mid
rpm Audioaudio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin
smd Audioaudio/x-smd
smx Audioaudio/x-smd
smz Audioaudio/x-smd
snd Audioaudio/basic
spx Audioaudio/ogg
wavWave AudioAudioaudio/wav
wax Audioaudio/x-ms-wax
wmaWindows Media AudioAudioaudio/x-ms-wma
bimBytessence InstallMaker DocumentDocumentapplication/octet-stream
docMS Word 97-2003 document (DOC)Documentapplication/msword
docmMS Word 97-2003 document (DOC)Documentapplication/
docxMS Word 2010 document (DOCX)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document
dotMS Word 97-2003 template (DOT)Documentapplication/msword
dotmMS Word 97-2003 template (DOT)Documentapplication/
dotxMS Word 2010 template (DOTX)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.template
epubOpen Ebook FileDocumentapplication/octet-stream
idmlInDesign Markup LanguageDocumentapplication/epub%u002bzip
idmsAdobe InDesign SnippetDocumentapplication/octet-stream
indtInDesign TemplateDocumentapplication/octet-stream
keyApple KeynoteDocumentapplication/x-iwork-keynote-sffkey
labWordPerfect Label DefinitionDocumentapplication/octet-stream
mobiMobipocket eBookDocumentapplication/x-mobipocket
mppMS ProjectDocumentapplication/
numbersApple NumbersDocumentapplication/x-iwork-numbers-sffnumbers
odc Documenttext/x-ms-odc
odpOpenDocument PresentationDocumentapplication/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation
odsOpenDocument SpreadsheetDocumentapplication/oleobject
odtOpen Office documentDocumentapplication/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text
oftOutlook File TemplateDocumentapplication/
pagesApple PagesDocumentapplication/x-iwork-pages-sffpages
pdfPDF / AcrobatDocumentapplication/pdf
pfbPostscript Type 1 fontDocumentapplication/octet-stream
pfmPostscript Type 1 fontDocumentapplication/octet-stream
potMS PowerPoint template (POT)Documentapplication/
potmMS PowerPoint template (POT)Documentapplication/
potxMS PowerPoint template (POT)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.template
ppamMS PowerPointDocumentapplication/
ppsMS PowerPoint show (PPS)Documentapplication/
ppsmMS PowerPoint show (PPS)Documentapplication/
ppsxMS PowerPoint show (PPS)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.slideshow
pptMS PowerPoint 97-2003 document (PPT)Documentapplication/
pptmMS PowerPoint 97-2003 document (PPT)Documentapplication/
pptxMS PowerPoint 2010 document (PPTX)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.presentation
pubMicrosoft PublisherDocumentapplication/x-mspublisher
qxdQuark XPress document (QXD)Documentapplication/octet-stream
qxpQuark XPress document (QXD)Documentapplication/x-quarkxpress
qxtQuark XPress template (QXT)Documentapplication/x-quarkxpress
rtfRich Text FormatDocumentapplication/rtf
scoSibelius ScorchDocumentapplication/x-sibileus-scorch
sldmMS PowerPointDocumentapplication/
sldxMS PowerPointDocumentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.presentationml.slide
textclippingMac OS X Text ClippingDocumentimage/x-targa
txtPlain TextDocumenttext/plain
vdxMS VisioDocumentapplication/
vsdMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vsdxVisio DrawingDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vssMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vstMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vswMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vsxMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
vtxMS VisioDocumentapplication/vnd.visio
wbkWord Document BackupDocumentapplication/msword
xhtml Documentapplication/xhtml+xml
xlaMS Excel 97-2003 workbook (XLS)Documentapplication/
xlamMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xlcMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xlmMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xlsMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xlsbMS Excel 97-2003 workbook (XLS)Documentapplication/
xlsmMS Excel 97-2003 workbook (XLS)Documentapplication/
xlsxMS Excel 2010 workbookl (XLSX)Documentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet
xltMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xltmMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xltxExcel Open XML TemplateDocumentapplication/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.template
xlwMS ExcelDocumentapplication/
xml Documenttext/xml
xpsXML Paper SpecificationDocumentapplication/
xsd Documenttext/xml
xsf Documenttext/xml
xsl Documenttext/xml
xslt Documenttext/xml
dfontData fork TrueType SuitcaseFontapplication/octet-stream
eotEmbedded Open TypeFontapplication/
fntWindows fontFontapplication/octet-stream
otfOpenType fontFontfont/otf
ttcTrueType font collectionFontapplication/octet-stream
ttfTrueType fontFontapplication/octet-stream
woffWeb Open Font FormatFontfont/x-woff
woff2Web Open Font Format 2.0Fontfont/woff2
3frHasselblad RawImageapplication/octet-stream
aiAdobe Illustrator (AI)Imageimage/ai
art Imageimage/x-jg
arwSony RawImageimage/x-raw
cmx Imageimage/x-cmx
cod Imageimage/cis-cod
cr2Canon RawImageimage/x-canon-cr2
crwCanon RawImageimage/x-raw
dcrKodak RawImageapplication/x-director
dib Imageimage/bmp
dngDigital Negative RawImageimage/dng
epsEncapsulated PostScript (EPS)Imageimage/eps
erfEpson RawImageapplication/octet-stream
exrOpenEXR ImageImageimage/x-exr
hdrHigh Dynamic Range ImageImageimage/vnd.radiance
heicHigh Efficiency Image FormatImageimage/heic
heifHigh Efficiency Image FormatImageapplication/octet-stream
icoIcon FileImageimage/x-icon
ief Imageimage/ief
jfifJPEG File Interchange FormatImageimage/pjpeg
jpfJPEG 2000Imageapplication/octet-stream
mefMamiya RawImageapplication/octet-stream
mosLeaf Camera RAWImageimage/x-raw
mrwSony/Minolta RawImageimage/x-raw
nefNikon RawImageimage/x-nikon-nef
orfOlympus RawImageimage/x-raw
pbm Imageimage/x-portable-bitmap
pefPentax RawImageimage/x-pef
pgm Imageimage/x-portable-graymap
pnm Imageimage/x-portable-anymap
pnz Imageimage/png
psPostscript, Raw (PS)Imageapplication/postscript
psbPhotoshop – Large (PSB)Imageapplication/x-photoshop
psdPhotoshop (PSD)Imageapplication/octet-stream
pxrPixar Image FileImageimage/x-pixar
rafFuji RawImageimage/x-raw
ras Imageimage/x-cmu-raster
rawImage RawImageimage/raw
rf Imageimage/vnd.rn-realflash
rgb Imageimage/x-rgb
rw2Panasonic RawImageimage/x-raw
sr2Sony RawImageimage/x-raw
srfSony RawImageimage/x-raw
svgScalable Vector GraphicsImageimage/svg+xml
svgzCompressed SVGImageimage/svg+xml
tgaTarga (TGA)Imageimage/x-tga
webpWebP ImageImageimage/webp
x3fSigma RawImageapplication/octet-stream
xbm Imageimage/x-xbitmap
xpm Imageimage/x-xpixmap
xwd Imageimage/x-xwindowdump
323 Othertext/h323
accdb Otherapplication/msaccess
accde Otherapplication/msaccess
accdt Otherapplication/msaccess
airAdobe AIROtherapplication/vnd.adobe.air-application-installer-package+zip
apkAndroid PackageOtherapplication/
arfWebEx Advanced RecordingOtherapplication/octet-stream
aseAdobe Swatch ExchangeOtherapplication/octet-stream
atom Otherapplication/atom+xml
bakBackup FileOtherapplication/octet-stream
bupDVD IFO BackupOtherapplication/octet-stream
cab Otherapplication/
cclibsAdobe CC LibraryOtherapplication/octet-stream
cssCascading Style SheetOthertext/css
csvComma Separated ValuesOtherapplication/octet-stream
dmgMac Disc ImageOtherapplication/x-apple-diskimage
dstTajima Embroidery FormatOtherapplication/octet-stream
dtd Othertext/xml
embPfaff Embroidery DesignOtherapplication/octet-stream
emfEnhanced Windows MetafileOtherimage/x-emf
emlEmail MessageOthermessage/rfc822
etx Othertext/x-setext
evy Otherapplication/envoy
fcpeventFinal Cut Pro EventOtherapplication/octet-stream
fdf Otherapplication/vnd.fdf
fif Otherapplication/fractals
flaAdobe FlashOtherapplication/octet-stream
flr Otherx-world/x-vrml
fxgFlash XML GraphicsOtherimage/fxg
gtar Otherapplication/x-gtar
gzGnu ZippedOtherapplication/x-gzip
hqxBinHex FileOtherapplication/mac-binhex40
htmHyperText Markup LanguageOthertext/html
htmlHyperText Markup LanguageOthertext/html
hxt Othertext/html
iccICC Colour ProfileOtherapplication/octet-stream
icnsmacOS Icon Resource FileOtherapplication/octet-stream
icsCalendar FileOthertext/calendar
idxMovie Subtitle FileOtherapplication/octet-stream
iffInterchange File FormatOtherapplication/x-iff
ifoDVD-Video Disc InformationOtherapplication/octet-stream
inxAdobe InDesign InterchangeOtherapplication/octet-stream
ipaiOS ApplicationOtherapplication/octet-stream
isoDisc Image FileOtherapplication/octet-stream
jsonJavaScript Object NotationOtherapplication/json
jsx Othertext/jscript
logLog FileOthertext/plain
lstData ListOtherapplication/octet-stream
m2tMPEG-2 transport stream files,Othervideo/mpeg
map Othertext/plain
mhtMHTML Web ArchiveOthermessage/rfc822
mhtml Othermessage/rfc822
mno Othertext/xml
msgOutlook Mail MessageOtherapplication/
msiWindows Installer PackageOtherapplication/octet-stream
nws Othermessage/rfc822
ovaOpen Virtualization ArchiveOtherapplication/octet-stream
p12Personal Information ExchangeOtherapplication/x-pkcs12
plistMac OS X Property ListOtherapplication/octet-stream
properties Othertext/plain
rdpWindows Remote Desktop config fileOtherapplication/octet-stream
rtx Othertext/richtext
seaSelf-Extracting ArchiveOtherapplication/x-sea
sgml Othertext/sgml
sitStuffIt ArchiveOtherapplication/x-stuffit
sitxStuffIt X ArchiveOtherapplication/x-stuffitx
spl Otherapplication/futuresplash
swfFlash (SWF)Otherapplication/x-shockwave-flash
tgz Otherapplication/x-compressed
thmxOffice ThemeOtherapplication/
tsv Othertext/tab-separated-values
uls Othertext/iuls
unbounceUnbounce Landing PageOtherapplication/octet-stream
vcfvCard FileOthertext/x-vcard
vcs Othertext/plain
vml Othertext/xml
wlmpWindows Movie Maker ProjectOtherapplication/octet-stream
wmfWindows MetafileOtherapplication/x-msmetafile
wrfWebEx RecordingOtherapplication/octet-stream
wrl Otherx-world/x-vrml
wrz Otherx-world/x-vrml
x Otherapplication/directx
xaf Otherx-world/x-vrml
xdr Othertext/plain
xfdf Otherapplication/vnd.adobe.xfdf
xmpExtensible Metadata PlatformOtherapplication/octet-stream
xof Otherx-world/x-vrml
xspfXSPF PlaylistOtherapplication/xspf+xml
zipxExtended Zip FileOtherapplication/x-zip-compressed
3g2 Videovideo/3gpp2
3gp3GPP Multimedia FileVideovideo/3gpp
3gp2 Videovideo/3gpp2
3gpp Videovideo/3gpp
aacAdvanced Audio CodingVideoaudio/aac
aafAvid Advanced Authoring FormatVideoapplication/octet-stream
aepAdobe After Effects ProjectVideotext/plain
asfWindows Streaming MediaVideovideo/x-ms-asf
asr Videovideo/x-ms-asf
asx Videovideo/x-ms-asf
avbAvid Bin FileVideoapplication/octet-stream
aviAVI movieVideovideo/avi
dvr-ms Videovideo/x-ms-dvr
edlEdit Decision ListVideotext/plain
f4pFlash VideoVideovideo/mp4
f4vFlash VideoVideovideo/mp4
fcpFinal Cut ProjectVideoapplication/octet-stream
ffxAfter Effects PresetVideoapplication/octet-stream
flexolibraryFinal Cut Pro LibraryVideoapplication/octet-stream
flvFlash VideoVideovideo/x-flv
imovieeventiMovie EventVideoapplication/octet-stream
IVF Videovideo/x-ivf
lsf Videovideo/x-la-asf
lsx Videovideo/x-la-asf
m1vMPEG-1 VideoVideovideo/mpeg
m2ts Videovideo/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts
m2vMPEG-2 VideoVideovideo/mpeg
m4vmp4 video file (m4)Videovideo/mp4
mk3d Videovideo/x-matroska-3d
mkvMatroska VideoVideovideo/x-matroska
mogrtAdobe Motion Graphics TemplateVideoapplication/octet-stream
moovQuicktime movie (MOV)Videovideo/quicktime
movQuicktime movie (MOV)Videovideo/quicktime
movie Videovideo/x-sgi-movie
mp2 Videovideo/mpeg
mp4MP4  VideoVideovideo/mp4
mp4v Videovideo/mp4
mpa Videovideo/mpeg
mpe Videovideo/mpeg
mpegMPEG movieVideovideo/mpeg
mpgMPEG movieVideovideo/mpeg
mpv2 Videovideo/mpeg
mtsAVCHD videoVideomodel/vnd.mts
nsc Videovideo/x-ms-asf
ogvOgg VideoVideovideo/ogg
omfAvid Open Media FrameworkVideoapplication/octet-stream
prprojAdobe Premiere ProjectVideoapplication/octet-stream
qt Videovideo/quicktime
r3dREDCODE Video FileVideoapplication/octet-stream
rmRealMedia FileVideoapplication/vnd.rn-realmedia
srtSubRip Subtitle FileVideotext/plain
trecTechSmith RecordingVideoapplication/octet-stream
ts Videovideo/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts
tts Videovideo/vnd.dlna.mpeg-tts
vobDVD Video ObjectVideovideo/dvd
vttWeb Video Text Tracks FileVideotext/vtt
wm Videovideo/x-ms-wm
wmp Videovideo/x-ms-wmp
wmvWindows Media VideoVideovideo/x-ms-wmv
wmx Videovideo/x-ms-wmx
wtv Videovideo/x-ms-wtv
wvx Videovideo/x-ms-wvx

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