The processor supports various file formats that can be read. This goes for file format (or extension), as well as compression, bitdepth, colorspace and (RGB) color profiles.
The table below shows the data types that are tested to work with the system.
|24 bit (8-bit color)||48 bit (16-bit color)|
We currently have not enabled support for other direct input (f.e. CMYK or Lab) of other color spaces, because RGB is used most often in digital photography as present in the RGB Bayer filter on photographic sensors.
|Name||All embedded profiles. Both custom and standard.|
|Version||All up to the latest ICC v4.3 standard|
When no Colorspace is found in the EXIF information, the system defaults to sRGB as this is most commonly used for digital images. Although the Adobe profile is also very popular with professionals, we expect professional equipment to adequately store the color profile, hence not leading to existent color profile information.
As requested by one of our users, we now support all profiles. Not only the standard ones (sRGB, Adobe(1998), etc) and we now just use the profile that is embedded in the image.
Currently the limitations are very liberal. As this service runs on multiple locations (redundant), we have a very high capacity.
|256 Mb/file||100 files/hour||4 files/upload|