With Creative Force, it is possible to create the asset delivery place to the following servers:

This article will show you the steps to connect to Cloudinary.

To add Cloudinary as a delivery option, go to Studio settings -> Clients -> Edit Client -> Delivery options. Click ‘Add’.

For Cloudinary, you will need to fill in information for:

  • Cloud name

  • API key: your API key

  • API secret: your API secret

Login to your Cloudinary account, click 'Start configuring' in 'Configure your SDK' and copy the info for Cloud name, API key and API secret in CF.

  • Folder pattern: Where the assets will be stored. By separating words or tokens with a slash ‘/’ you will create a subfolder.

  • Variant folder: Where the variants will be stored. You can choose between 3 options: The same folder as the main output - In a subfolder (you will then have to name the folder) - In a folder using the preset variant code

  • Non-select folder pattern: Where the non-selects will be stored. It is the same as creating a folder pattern above. You can choose words and tokens, then separate them with a slash ‘/’.

  • Use the original file name: The Public ID supports all printable characters except for the following reserved characters :?&#\%<>. In addition, spaces and forward slashes (/) cannot be used as the first or last character of the Public ID.

  • Letter case: Select between No Change, lowercase or UPPERCASE for your file path and filename.

  • When file exist: You can choose to Keep both or Replace the existing file.

Once that is done, you can see in the list if the connection is working or not, allowing you to verify that Creative Force has the correct access to the method you have chosen.

If it says ‘Failed to check’, the connection has not been integrated. Please check the info you have filled in again, if everything is correct, please contact our support team for more details.

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