Aspose.Imaging for Cloud’s platform independent image manipulation API is a true REST API that can be used with any language: .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery and many more. You can use it with any platform — web, desktop, mobile, and cloud. Aspose.Imaging Cloud lets you use a REST API to inspect, convert, and transform images in the cloud. It supports the most popular image formats such as PSD, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, and JPEG, and conversion between them. Aspose.Imaging Cloud also provides a rich set of features for manipulating images on-the-fly with cloud based image transformations. You can resize, crop and/or rotate images various ways by simply creating a request that includes the correct transformation instructions. The most demanding imaging routines, for example TIFF concatenation and image conversion to fax compatible format, are available through efficient and reliable specialized resources. Learn More
Image Format Conversion
Aspose.Imaging Cloud helps convert images to other formats. Aspose.Imaging Cloud supports the most common raster image formats, and provides the means to inter-convert all supported formats including PSD, BMP, GIF, PNG, JPEG & GIF. Aspose.Imaging Cloud also provides the image conversion to fax compatible format. This feature can be used to archive document images because Aspose.Imaging Cloud achieves the conversion by compressing the supplied image with CCITT4 compression and a color depth of 1 bit.
Aspose.Imaging for Cloud provides the most commonly used digital imaging routines such as resize, crop and rotate or flip. These operations can be performed on any supported image type while keeping the original data type intact. You may also choose to change the data type of the output image by specifying one additional parameter in the request.
What’s new in the latest release
A major revamp release for Aspose.Imaging Cloud SDK for CSharp(.NET) covers all the Aspose.Imaging Cloud APIs. This SDK provides a complete solution for integrating the powerful Aspose.Imaging Cloud APIs in .NET based applications, so performing any operation on any Image related format in the cloud is as easy as it can be.