You can add an unlimited number of JPEG, GIF, and PNG files to your SmugMug account. To store larger files and other file types?, you'll want to add a SmugVault.
The current size limitations on photos for all users are:
- 50 megabytes and 100 megapixels
If a file exceeds those limits, we'll try to resample it (in the case of too many pixels) or recompress it (in the case of large file size) to bring it within the limits. If we can't, you'll see an error in your upload log. Go to your Upload Log. The too-large original will be discarded unless you have a SmugVault.
Although we support PNG files, they have limited browser compatibility and can't be used for prints through SmugMug. We recommend using them only for building your own themes (Power and Pro users) and custom watermarking (Pro). View PNGs and animated GIFs at the original size to see transparency and animation, respectively.
FYI: Only JPEGs can be ordered as prints & gifts.
Help me find what size and type my file is.
Simply hold down the command key and push the "i" key on your keyboard. Or, right-click on a file and select Get Info from the menu.
You'll be able to see the file size, file type, and image dimensions.
For both Power Users and Pros, each file can be up to 20 minutes long and 3 GB in size. More.
Add a SmugVault to your account to store even longer clips (not for display). We recommend our HTML5 uploader in Chrome for best results.
Does colorspace matter?
The only JPEG colorspace supported reliably by browsers like Internet Explorer is sRGB.
If your photo is in the Adobe RGB (1998), CMYK, or Prophoto color space, please convert it to sRGB before uploading. Your viewers will thank you. If you forget to convert it, we'll do it for you automatically when you upload, but your files will take considerably longer to process.
With a SmugVault, you can opt to archive the original file. Otherwise we'll convert it to sRGB for you and discard the original.