ThingWorx supports the majority of image formats commonly supported by modern web browsers. These formats include BMP, GIF, JPEG and PNG. In the case of TIFF, ThingWorx's support is dependent on the client's browser supporting it. In my testing, it appears the only web browser that supports TIFF is Safari. Using Safari, I was able to upload a TIFF image as a Media Entity and view it in a Mashup. Similarly, I was able to upload a TIFF image to a File Repository and view it in a Mashup.
What is your reason for using TIFF as opposed to a more widely supported image format like PNG?
Thanks for the information. TIFF format is specifically requested by potential customer as the image captured from machine needs to be in raw format and uncompressed (so no lost of information due to compression) as it will be used for detailed analysis for example radar imaging picture for building structure, landslide monitoring etc.
As Safari is not a common browser here (Mac OS penetration is lesser), any possible workaround in this case if we have to show the image in mashup (say for Firefox and Chrome)?
Thanks in advance.