Aspose for Cloud APIs have a variety of features that significantly improves the productivity of your applications. Processing the presentations and working with various aspects of slides is supported by Aspose.Slides for Cloud. You can choose from a wide range of features to manipulate your presentations in the cloud. You can extract shapes, manage document properties, replace text or convert presentations to the other file formats.
You can manage images in your presentations using Aspose.Slides for Cloud REST API. There might be scenarios where there are a number of images used in your presentations. Using Aspose.Slides for Cloud, you can get all the number of images in presentation. You can also get the number of images in a single slide. Aspose.Slides for Cloud allows you to get image count from a presentation uploaded at Amazon S3 storage.
Aspose.Slides for Cloud offers another aspect of images and presentations i.e. You can save slide as an image. You can also save a slide as an image with the specified size and use it accordingly in your applications. Whether, it’s getting image count from presentations or saving a slide as an image, Aspose.Slides for Cloud has it all with quick and productive results.
You can utilize our SDK and REST examples to manage images in your presentations using Aspose.Slides for Cloud REST API.
REST examples to manage images in presentations
Get number of images in a presentation
Get number of images in a slide
Save a slide as image with default size
Save a particular slide as an image with specified size
Get number of images in a presentation using Third Party Storage
Get number of images in a slide using Third Party Storage
You can refer to Aspose.Slides for Cloud documentation for more details and information. Using Aspose.Slides for Cloud REST API, you can manage images, get images count and save slide as an image. For more information or queries, write to us or provide your feedback to help us provide you the best solutions for your document manipulations. Sign up now and manage images in your presentations. Stay tuned to our blogs for more updates and announcements.