Supported File Formats in Studio

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Studio is optimized for uploading image, audio, and video formats into Studio. 

Learn how to upload assets to Studio. 

Note

The supported file formats listed below apply to our Studio module. Learn more about our Bynder DAM file formats here.

Images

Supported image file types (max file size 100 MB & max resolution 4000x4000)

  • JPG
  • PNG

  • TIFF
  • JPEG

  • BMP

Videos

Supported video containers (max file size one GB)

  • MP4

  • MOV

Tip

  • Video files can have a maximum length of 10 minutes. Contact your Customer Success Manager if you want to upload videos longer than 10 minutes.
  • Studio does not support 4k video files, as you may have noticed a delay in rendering and previewing working with this size. We recommend using 1080p video files.

Supported codec types

The codecs we support are:

  • ProRes

  • H264

  • H265

  • VP8

  • VP9

Tip

You can read more about video containers here.

Supported frame rates

We support most frame rates. However, you'll get the best results when using the following:

  • 23.97fps

  • 24fps

  • 25fps

  • 29.97fps

  • 30fps

  • 50fps

  • 59.94fps

  • 60fps

Audio

Audio types supported (max file size 200MB)

  • WAV

  • LAC

  • AIF

  • MP3

  • AC3

  • AAC

Alpha Channel/Transparency

Alpha channel, or transparency, allows you to use masking in your videos. 

For images, PNG supports this option, while for video, we support the following codecs:

  • qtrle

  • cfhd

  • ProRes, pixel format: yuva444p10le

  • ProRes RAW, pixel format: yuva444p10le

  • ProRes_ks, pixel format: yuva444p10le

Best Practice

For best results, we recommend using the following for uploaded video assets:

  • Codec: H.264

  • Frame Rate: 25

  • Bitrate: At least 20 Mbps

  • AudioCodec: AAC (preferred) or PCM

  • Bitrate: At least 192 Kbps: 16 or 24-bit only

  • Sample rate: 48 kHz

FAQ

Do you support .ai or .svg image files?

Unfortunately, we do not support these file types at this time. Please convert .ai or .svg files into PNG files first before uploading.

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