Images, videos, texts – our content pools support a large number of different media types. But which ones exactly? After all, there are countless file formats, far more than the familiar .jpg, .pdf or .mp4.

So which ones are we talking about? The list is long (which is why we’ve placed it at the end of this post). What’s important for you to know is that they all fit into the content pool and can therefore be made accessible to third parties. It makes no difference which standard browser you use or whether you access the desktop or mobile version.

Depending on your personal taste, you can also use the data types as a filter. So everyone can quickly find what they need. Perhaps it’s a vital press release or the new image video? Alternatively, you can also add an optical symbol to your content pool, showing yourself and your users what kind of file is being used. It could be a loudspeaker for audio files or a camera for videos – the possibilities are endless.

By the way, the content pool doesn’t have a problem with ZIP files They enable the combination of multiple file format types. For example, you can allow your content pool users access to multiple images, videos and documents with just one download.

Got any more questions or is there an important file format that you think is missing in the following list? Get in touch with us and we’ll find a solution together!

List of the supported file formats:

images
.jpg
.jpeg
.png
.gif
.ico

documents
.pdf (Portable Document Format; Adobe Acrobat)
.doc, .docx (Microsoft Word Document)
.ppt, .pptx, .pps, .ppsx (Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation)
.odt (OpenDocument Text Document)
.xls, .xlsx (Microsoft Excel Document)
.psd (Adobe Photoshop Document)

audio
.mp3
.m4a
.ogg
.wav

videos
.mp4, .m4v (MPEG-4)
.mov (QuickTime)
.wmv (Windows Media Video)
.avi
.mpg
.ogv (Ogg)
.3gp (3GPP)
.3g2 (3GPP2)

Our content pools are there to process, structure and offer access to all kinds of media. It makes no difference whether the data are to be publicly or privately available – the password function allows both options.

Depending on the intended purpose and the media, you can choose the version that suits you best. In just one step, you can decide whether data can be solely accessed by yourself or your employees and/or the public. The advantage: not only can you use the content pool for internal work, but you can also provide partners, media or customers with content – and users can only see data they are authorized to view.

By the way, this also functions with multi-access portals. In other words, all customers receive their own access to the content pool and are quickly able to find the required structured content.

Do you need a practical example for a user-friendly password function? How about a press database for racing teams? The content pool can be used by a team to store all its content on a single platform, where team members and photographers have password-protected access to all material. You can choose which media are made available to the public and they can be easily accessed by press and media representatives. Everyone can find exactly what they need – quickly, easily and with minimum effort!