Limits to UTF-8 Support
SUMMARY: Media Control Platform requires all characters in filenames to be encoded using UTF-8. (UTF-8 is a variable-width encoding for the Unicode character set, and the default-by-concensus for the world wide web.)
Also note that:
- Windows does not support UTF-8 local file names explicitly, but UTF-8 characters can be used (even if they do not display well on Windows).
- This does not impact UTF-8 coming from non-local filenames.
This page was last modified on August 28, 2014, at 14:32.