Last updated: Nov-09-2022
Watch this tutorial to learn how to use the Cloudinary CLI to create a sprite from images in a PDF.
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This tutorial presents the following topics. Click a timestamp to jump to that part of the video.
|0:16||Choose a multi-page PDF from your files.
|0:25||Use the upload command to upload the PDF, specifying its public ID.
|0:36||Use the explode method to pre-generate images from each page of the PDF. Although not strictly necessary in this context, it does help to speed up the subsequent commands that need the derived images.
|0:41||Use the upload command to upload the images derived from each page of the PDF as new images, and apply the tag blue_signs to each.
|1:06||Each image has a random public ID. Copy and paste the url to view the image.|
|1:16||List the assets with the blue_signs tag to check that no other assets have the same tag, otherwise they would also be included in the sprite.
|1:32||Use the CLI command to generate the sprite from the tagged images, and apply a transformation to crop each image to a square.
|1:48||Copy and paste the
|1:57||Copy and paste the
|2:03||Use the CSS classes to display images from your sprite in a web page.|
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