For each of the many supported file formats, eyebase allows you to create and administer up to three different versions. Images, for example, commonly have a preview (thumbnail) version, a web-ready version and a print-ready (high resolution) version.
A different set of useful options can be other file formats. So for a text file it is possible to create a preview JPEG, a web-ready PDF and the original copy of the document.
From an imported video a preview JPEG, a web-ready Flash file and the original video files are automatically generated and stored.
All parameters of each file quality can be adjusted as and when needed, such as the number of pixels in an image, the pixel size in Flash files or the criteria for keyframe generation in a movie.
In this way you can control the media quality according to the intended use.