Unfortunately, not at present. The upcoming AtoM 2.7 release will introduce some changes to the digital object metadata area - specifically, the original and each derivative will be given its own metadata section to better clarify what elements belong to which version of the digital object.
However, this does not introduce additional technical metadata fields.
You would need a developer to make changes to support such additions. I will include some initial links and resources below, in case you or someone else intends to pursue this as a development project.
First, we use imagemagick to handle image conversion, and that tool does include an identify command that can return elements such as format, width, height, and colorspace. See:
We use ffmpeg to process audio and video files. If you call ffmpeg and give it a path to a file without any other commands, it will return some basic information. However, for more detailed metadata you might need to use a related tool instead: ffprobe:
I don't believe we install this tool by default during AtoM's installation, so you would need to ensure it's installed, and then call it during processing to get the additional metadata you want.
Finally, we use poppler utils and pdftotext to handle PDFs. I could find less information on what metadata these tools can extract, so you will have to do you own investigation.
Most digital object processing happens in the following file, which is the one you'd likely want to modify to introduce new functions as needed:
In terms of displaying your new metadata in the front end, you would need to modify the relevant display templates to add additional fields. You may also need to store this metadata in the database. I will just point you to some general development resources - if this is something you intend to pursue, our developers could provide further answers to specific questions. In the meantime, see: