Super.AI

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Welcome to super.AI. We provide AI and human data labeling.

Input data types

Super.AI supports a variety of input data types. Below, you can find an overview of the data types we support, along with the acceptable formats for each, and the relevant media types (you will need this if you submit jobs through our API).

A super.AI project type will take a certain input data type and produce a specific output data type. Some projects take more than one input data type and/or use more than one output data type.

Data type

Formats

Media type

Image

JPEG, GIF, PNG, SVG

image/jpeg, image/gif, image/png, image/svg+xml

Video

MP4

video/mp4

Audio

MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA, M4A, FLAC

audio/mpeg, audio/MPA, audio/mpa-robust, audio/mp3, audio/vnd.wave, audio/wav, audio/wave, audio/x-wav, audio/ogg, audio/x-ms-wma, audio/mp4, audio/flac

Text

Plain text, alphanumeric

We’re always working to add support for new input data types. If there’s a data type you’re interested in using that we don’t yet support, let us know.

Video codec support

Different internet browsers support different video formats and codecs. We strongly recommend you upload your video in H.264 (otherwise known as MPEG-4 AVC) format, which offers the broadest range of support across internet browsers. This ensures the file is more accessible to our human labelers.

You can see which internet browsers support which video formats in this table.

Updated about a month ago


Input data types


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