Last updated: Nov-14-2022
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Check if Python is installed
|0:06||To use the Cloudinary CLI, you need Python 3.6 or later. You can install Python from https://www.python.org. The Python Package Installer (
Install the Cloudinary CLI package
|0:10||To install the Cloudinary CLI, run:
Set up your environment variable
|0:25||To make all your
Check the configuration
|0:54||To check the configuration, run:
Run the help command
|1:04||For a list of commands, enter:
Run the admin command
|1:09||To see the available Admin API methods, enter:
Run the uploader command
|1:22||To see the available upload API methods, enter:
Run the search command
|1:31||To show the usage for the search API, enter:
Upload a video
|1:40||Upload the video, CLI_setup.mp4, setting the public ID and folder options:
Watch the uploaded video
|2:11||Use the url command to open a video in a browser:
- Learn more in the Cloudinary CLI reference.
- Read about the Cloudinary CLI in this blog post.
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