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SUPPORTED BROWSERS - Web

Viewer

Uploader

Library*

Collection Manager

Administrator

Publisher

Web

  • Firefox (all platforms) Latest stable version supported
  • Chrome (Windows & Mac) Latest stable version supported
  • Safari (Windows & Mac) Latest stable version supported
  • IE8+

 

*Firefox and Chrome preferred with Library

SUPPORTED BROWSERS - Mobile

Viewer
  • Mobile Safari (iOs) Latest stable version supported

SERVER REQUIREMENTS

Supported Platforms
  • Windows 2000/2003/2008/2012
  • Linux: Red Hat, Ubuntu (Debian)
DatabaseMySQL 5+
Memory

Minimum 4GB not inclusive of the database. Considerations for additional memory are dependent upon amount of content and number of users.

Hard Drive Free Space

Dependent upon amount of content and source media.

Example: image of 20MB processed to create derivatives requires ±2.5MB of storage space; source storage requires 22.5MB.

SUPPORTED MEDIA

File Formats
  • JPEG 2000; pdf; png; gif; tiff; tif; bmp; jpeg
  • Native playback for mp4; m4v (H.264 Codex Only); flv (H.263); and mp3
  • Data import formats include UTF-8 encoded .csv, .xml or .mrc (MARC source data)
  • Additional file formats supported and will playback in default application (e.g. mov; avi)
  • 16bit source files
  • PDF with OCR layer (Book Reader)
  • Not supported are RAW, CMYK and 1 bit images like faxes
Image Processing
  • Option to store image source file
  • Upon upload compressed JPG derrivatives and JPEG 2000 file created
  • Batch processing of up to 120MB source with 1 GB allocated to Tomcat JVM (contact support for larger files)

  • Embedded metadata (EXIF, IPTC, XMP) retained in source and JPG derivatives
Data Flexibility
  • Support for embedded metadata search and display (EXIF, IPTC, XMP)
  • Support for custom data schema and record creation in Record Editor
  • Batch upload data records & local authorities via .csv spreadsheet
  • Batch export of record metadata in .csv or .xml format
  • Batch export of images in your choice of file size or source
  • Support for additional custom media item metadata in Media Item Editor
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