PowerPoint Slides manipulation using Cloud API

With every new release, Aspose.Slides Cloud development team is striving to bring the best of PowerPoint manipulation and processing features and working hard to make the API more robust and capable so that our users can make most out of the API with a minimal amount of code.

FODP format support

FODP is a Presentation file saved in the OpenDocument format but saved using a flat XML format instead of the .ZIP container used by the standard .ODP files. It makes auto-generating presentations simpler and allows the presentations to be readable with a text editor. In the latest release version of Aspose.Slides Cloud, the support for .fodp format has been provided which now enables the users to load .fodb file for any processing or rendering existing loaded PowerPoint files to FODB format.

cURL command

curl -X PUT "https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/NotesPresentation.pptx/Fodp?outPath=NotesPresentation.fodp" -H  "accept: application/json" -H  "authorization: Bearer <JWT Token>" -H  "Content-Type: application/json" -H  "x-aspose-client: Containerize.Swagger" -d "{  \"Format\": \"string\"}"

Request URL

https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/NotesPresentation.pptx/Fodp?outPath=NotesPresentation.fodp

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New PdfCompliance options

In the latest release version, a couple of new options (PdfA1a and PdfUa options) have been added to ComplianceEnum enumeration.

PDF/A compliance Options
Image 1:- Newly added PDF/A compliance options
PDF/A-1a compliant output
Image 2:- PPTX converted to PDF/A-1a Compliant format

Determining Notes Slide

An essential part of a presentation is the preparation of speaker notes. These notes provide structure to a presentation and encourage the audience to listen as well as view the screen. Speaker notes can include reminders of what to say and additional information or facts that do not appear on the screen.

PowerPoint slide with Notes
Image 3:- PowerPoint slide with Notes

PowerPoint presentation from Cloud Storage

Request URL

https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/Presentation1-a.pptx/slides/1/notesSlide/exist

cURL Command

curl -X GET “https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/Presentation1-a.pptx/slides/1/notesSlide/exist” -H “accept: application/json” -H “authorization: Bearer <JWT Token>”

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PowerPotin Presentation from local system

Request URL

https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/slides/1/notesSlide/exist

cURL Command

curl -X POST “https://api.aspose.cloud/v3.0/slides/slides/2/notesSlide/exist” -H “accept: application/json” -H “authorization: Bearer <JWT Token>” -d {“document”:{}}

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Export SubShapes as Raster Image

Shapes are a great way to make your presentations more interesting. PowerPoint shapes can be customized to suit your needs, using your own color palette, preferences, and more. Shapes add visual appeal to your presentations. Aspose.Slides Cloud provides the capabilities to extract/save the shape into a raster image. You get the option to export in one of the following supported raster image formats.

Raster image export formats
Image 4:- Image Export formats
PowerPoint slide with smart shapes
Image 5:- PowerPoint slide with shapes

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smartshape exported as PNG
Image 6:- Shape exported in PNG format