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December 20, 2019
Manjeet Singh | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We are using Cloudinary for our Timeline feature. People post photos and videos, and we transform them to generate different variants for different device groups with better compression. It is used by the Engineering team in the server-side generation of photo/video variant generations. It helps us in optimizing the size of photos and making the user experience better. Network bandwidth gets reduced with it.
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July 23, 2019
Frank Ramirez | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Cloudinary is being used by the product team to serve up all of the images for our website. On occasions, we also use it as a more general repository for files that need to be served up to clients. Properly handling and serving up Images can be one of the most time-consuming things a product can have, especially one that is more visually focused. There are many elements that need to be taken care of ranging from the size of the photos to their speedy delivery, which is made fairly effortless by Cloudinary.
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January 18, 2019
Joel Tanzi | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Most high-quality stock images have dense resolutions which translate into large file sizes, which when used on a website can mean a major drag on performance as your users have to wait for their browser to pull them down. Cloudinary solves this problem for you by allowing you to host your images on their servers while you simply link to them from your site, and allowing your site to load far more quickly as a result. If that was all they did it would be a major help, but they take that hosting to the next level by offering a powerful API through which you can transform your images as they come down. Getting an image as a thumbnail, scaling it up or down, giving it a sepia filter, giving it a watercolor feel, all of it can be done on the fly by sending the right parameters through their API. I've never worked with anything else like it.
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February 20, 2018
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use cloudinary on our own sites to speed up the delivery of images and video and automatically optimize them for end users browsers. We really like how it can optimize for quality as well as format to reduce the amount of development work we needed to do on the platform which meant that our dev team had less to do.
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What is Cloudinary?

Cloudinary is an image and video management tool enabling users to manage, optimize, and deliver images, videos and other media across every device and channel.

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What is Cloudinary?

Cloudinary is an image and video management tool enabling users to manage, optimize, and deliver images, videos and other media across every device and channel.

Who uses Cloudinary?

The most common users of Cloudinary are from Mid-size Companies and the Internet industry.