AEM Assets supports a number of proprietary and third-party file format libraries to cater to diverse file support requirements of users. The supported Adobe libraries include, Adobe Camera Raw, Gibson, Adobe PDF Rasterizer, and Adobe InDesign Server. In addition, AEM Assets supports third-party libraries, including ImageMagick, Twelvemonkey, and so on.
For the supported file formats, see Assets supported formats.
For optimal performance, Adobe recommends using Adobe Camera Raw library for:
The Adobe Camera Raw library supports CMYK color profile as input. However, it generates the output in RGB colorspace and supports output in JPEG format only. It does not retain the source file colorspace (for example CMYK) in the thumbnails.
For more information, see Camera Raw support in AEM Assets.
- Heavy, content intensive PDF files
- AI files with thumbnails not generated out of the box
- For AI files with SPOT (PMS) colors
Adobe recommends you use InDesign Server to extract Adobe InDesign-specific renditions, such as IDML and HTML. For more information, see Adding AEM assets as references in Adobe InDesign.
Dynamic Media generates and delivers multiple variations of rich content in real time through its global, scalable, and performance-optimized network. It serves interactive viewing experiences and streamlines the digital campaign management process. For details around enabling Dynamic Media, see Configuring Dynamic Media.
Currently, Dynamic Media can support videos up to 20 GB of content per file.
Adobe recommends using the ImageMagick library in the following scenarios:
- To generate thumbnail renditions for EPS files
- To preserve image profile information
- To preserve transparency
- To process PSD and PSB files
The Adobe Imaging Transcoding library is an image processing solution that performs core image-handling functions, including image encoding, transcoding, resampling, resizing, and so on.
Imaging Transcoding library supports the following MIME types:
- PNG (8 and 16 Bit)
- TIFF/Compressed TIFF (apart from 32 Bit Tiffs and PTiffs)
For details, see Imaging Transcoding Library.