Last updated: Jan-17-2024
Within the Cloudinary Console, you can create transformation templates (previously known as transformation presets). These allow your team to apply approved complex crops, optimizations and artistic details to your assets, all with one click and in real time. Let’s show you how to set them up.
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|Log into your Cloudinary Console. Select your Media Library by accessing it from the top navigation. Hover over the image you want to transform and select its Edit icon.
|Begin developing your transformation with the transformation editor.
Take your transformation and turn it into a named transformation, which will combine all the transformation parameters together.
|Step 1: Go to the Transformations section, then click the Dynamic Transformations tab.
|Step 2: Find your transformation from the list, then select its Edit icon.
|Step 3: Select the Save As button. This should open up a pop-up window where you can enter your desired name for the transformation.
|Step 4: Find the transformation as a named transformation, located in the Transformations section's Named Transformations tab.
|Click onto your named transformation, then flip its Show in templates option on.
|Find the named transformation in your asset's Manage section and easily apply the preset with the available options.
- Learn more about Cloudinary's DAM products and all of their capabilities.
- Review the hundreds of available transformations you can apply with your images and videos.
- Take our Introduction for DAM Users and Content Editors course for more step-by-step training.
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