Last updated: Jan-29-2023
While using Cloudinary, all your images, videos, and other raw files are uploaded to Cloudinary. You can use our Media Explorer web interface to browse through and manage your uploaded media assets. In addition, you can use methods from the Upload and Admin APIs, which offer methods for managing, organizing, and creating media assets.
- Upload API methods can be used as needed.
Admin API methods are rate-limited.
You can view the number of hourly Admin API requests allowed by your Cloudinary plan in the Account page of your Console Settings.
In addition to the
upload method, this API includes methods for:
- renaming and permanetly deleting individual assets
- adding tags, contextual metadata and structured metadata to assets
- creating new assets such as text images, archives (zip or tgz), and sprites
- modifying existing assets.
A secure API with methods for managing and organizing your media assets, including:
- listing and restoring assets
- bulk asset deleting
- managing upload presets, upload mappings, transformations, and folders
- updating existing assets
- performing advanced searches on the assets in your product environment
generating a usage report
The following .NET example uses the Upload API Destroy method to delete the video with public ID
sample from your Cloudinary product environment:
For more Upload API examples in .NET, select the
.NET tab in the Upload API reference.
The following .NET example uses the Admin API GetResource method to return details of the image with public ID
sample (all details are deserialized into an instance of the
For more Admin API examples in .NET, select the
.NET tab in the Admin API reference.
Each of the methods in the upload and Admin APIs has an asynchronous version for .NET. To call the asynchronous version of a method, append
Async to the method name.
The following C# code uses the asynchronous method to upload an image:
Do not confuse asynchronous methods with the
async parameter in the upload API, which allows requests to be handled asynchronously by Cloudinary on the server side.