We can transform images, videos and documents.
Image Transformations can help you enhance images, optimize them, implement responsive images or art direction.
In any of the listed cases, you will either go with modifying original images or making several versions of an original. All that can be done on-the-fly by including the respective URL directives in CDN URLs related to images in your Uploadcare project. For example,
For better understanding image transformations, learn how our CDN works.
We support many input image formats, while the processed outputs will always be
set to one of these three:
- Resize and Crop
- Blur & Sharpen
- Rotate and flip
This section describes the limits to consider when implementing Uploadcare Image Transformations.
When applying image transformations, add at least one of the following operations via their respective URL directives:
The dimensions you specify for the last operation should not exceed 3000x3000
pixels. You can increase that limit to 5000x5000 pixels by explicitly setting
your image format to JPEG,
We don’t provide on-the-fly image transformations for images greater than 75 Mpx in resolution: those can only be delivered via CDN as-is.
When the only image transformation you want is rotating, consider using the
preview control without any arguments. When you use
any of the transformations, we automatically rotate images according to their
Animated images are treated as static by the transformations engine, consider checking out our GIF to Video workflow optimized for animated images delivery.
Uploadcare Video Encoding optimizes your video content delivery. Video Encoding works via our REST API.
Additionally to encoding videos, you can apply video transformations to adjust video quality, format, and size on-the-fly with simple URL directives in CDN URL of the file.
Uploadcare allows converting documents to the following target formats: DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, ODT, ODS, RTF, TXT, PDF, JPG, PNG. Document Conversion works via our REST API. Then you can address the outputs via respective CDN URLs: their aliases.