presentation to image

Images are supported at almost all devices without requiring any complicated configurations. Converting Slides of PowerPoint presentation is a popular use case of Aspose APIs. Image conversion feature has been further enhanced in Aspose.Slides Cloud API. You can convert PPT, PPTX and many more supported file formats to JPEG, PNG, TIFF, SVG, BMP, and other image formats.

Sometimes the developers face problems where everything works fine in development environment but issues arise on production server. Aspose.Slides Cloud, being a REST API, gets you covered from such awkward situations. You would not need to install additional applications or resources. Simply create a free account and you are all set to try the API at any platform, using your app Key and SID.

Let me illustrate how simple is the presentation to image conversion with Aspose.Slides Cloud API.

Converting a presentation to image

You can convert a specific slide to an image, or the whole presentation to images which later returns a ZIP file containing generated images. Aspose.Slides Cloud API supports both use cases. Below is a cURL example to convert whole presentation (PPTX) to images (PNG) format and saving the output on Cloud storage.

curl  -v "" \
-X PUT \
-T test.pptx \
-H "Content-Type: application/octet-stream" \
-H "Authorization: Bearer  <jwt token>" \

For converting a specific slide to an image, below cURL example can be used:

​curl  -v "" \
-X PUT \
-T test.pptx \
-H "Content-Type: application/octet-stream" \
-H "Authorization: <jwt token>"\

This will convert the slide at a specific index to a PNG image. Moreover, you can also use this swagger link to call the API right inside a browser. Further information about the request and response is also documented along with all the details. Learn more

Moreover, we have written the Cloud SDKs in nine different programming languages so that you may call the APIs with minimal code: Aspose.Slides Cloud SDKs

In case you need any assistance or information, please reach out to us via Support Forum. You can also access Aspose Cloud SDKs and code samples for more exposure and knowledge of respective APIs.