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Wikipixel provides proprietary cloud software to the business community and non-profit organizations. We also provide services such as Training, Consulting, Assistance and hosting. Therefore, any business can create and manage a digital library on its servers or on Wikipixel cloud servers. Our digital file administrative tools have been designed to organize and track their digital files and our mobile app will give them the flexibility to access, disseminate and discuss a file from anywhere at any time. For more information on our capabilities, take a tour.

A Multimedia file may be an image, a picture, a drawing, a video or an audio file.

Our Customers include small and medium sized businesses: Doctors, Lawyers, Realtors, Manufacturing Companies, Advertising Agencies, Videographers, Photographers, Museums, Art Galleries, and companies with multiple offices.

Our terms and conditions specifically state that your digital files belong to you and that Wikipixel has no basis to claim ownership of any of our customer files.

The cost depends of the level of service you require and the amount of storage space you need.

There is a quick ROI (Return On investment) by using Wikipixel. Our hosting and management functions will help make sales, increase your increase your multimedia project efficiencies, increase creativity, reduce project fulfillment timelines, increase the speed of project cash flow, and save you money.

Our agents are available by phone Monday 24/7 at 800-282-3615.

There are many ways we can customize your account. Email us at info@wikipixel.com or call us at 800-282-3615. to discuss your needs in more detail.

Wikipixel supports the following web browsers: Internet Explorer 9 and above, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari.

GB stands for (gigabyte): it is the number of bytes of information a digital file consumes when stored in memory. A gigabyte contains 1,000,000,000 bytes of information.

TB stands for (Terabyte): it is the number of bytes of storage a digital file would consume when saved to memory. A TB contains the capacity 1,099,511,627,776 bytes of information.

Customers of Wikipixel can access their stored files via a customized gateway that will grant the customer access by login on Wikipixel.com.

When the account is created in our servers, you will be able to choose the administrative functions from our features list which best suit your creative and management needs. If you need to add a feature that is not on the list, contact us and we will work with you.

No. However if you need to edit a multimedia file, you will need to learn the extent of the services your administrator has established for your user account.

Yes, thanks to our built-in search engine, all of your media files are searchable through tags and filters. With Wikipixel, you find an image with a word!

We support the following formats:

  • Visual : AI, BMP, EPS, GIF, ICO, JPG, PCX, PNG, PSD, RAW, TIF
  • Video : AVI, DV, DVD, FLV, MOV, MP4, MPG, SVCD, VOB, WMV
  • Audio : AAC, AC3, MP3, OGG, WAV
  • Other : DOC, DOCX, PDF, PPS, PPSX, PPT, PPTX, TXT, XLS, XLSX, ZIP, etc.

A gateway is set up by Wikipixel for each user to log into their account. Once you have signed in, you will notice that on the top right corner of the screen there is an “import” option. That is the button used to upload your media.

Yes. The standard limit is 2GB per file. We can upload up to 10GB, but you would need to contact first for additional bandwidth.

Simply click on the file you want and at the top of the page click on “add favorites”. The file will be added to your favorites and you will also be given the option to create and populate a selection of identity tags. This process inserts the favorite into the searchable database and ties this favorite item into the image management function.

Yes and No. As a user, your administrator has allocated a defined limit to the size of your user account. A saved favorite file, while small, can add up eventually.

Yes, If the Administrator has created your user account to enable you to share media with that user or department.

Click on the file you wish to delete, then at the top you will see the option “Remove from favorites”.

It is where a user can add tag names to a multimedia file and create a database of tag keywords for easy access at a later date.

If you would like to discuss you needs or discuss our capabilities in more detail, please contact us at info@wikipixel.com or call us at 800-282-3615.