REST web API
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The REST web API allows developers direct access to our online conversions. It provides easy access to all conversion functionalities available at aconvert.com. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments, bug reports or customized requests.
Our REST web API is designed as easy-to-use as possible. With this API you can easily integrate a file conversion service on your website, app or software in a few minutes.
We provide REST web API on both Windows server and Linux server.
To start a conversion it requires basic inputs include source file and target format. Other inputs are optional.
|file||file||necessary||The source file you want to convert.|
|targetformat||text||necessary||The target format you want to convert to.|
|key||text||optional||Enter your key to remove limitations.|
|url||text||optional||The URL of online file you want to convert.|
|code||number||optional||The code number to specify conversion type. The API will automatically determine conversion type based on source file format and target file format unless you specify the conversion type.
86000: Document; 87000: Ebook; 83000: Image; 84000: Icon; 81000: Video; 82000: Audio.
Using the GET method to get information about the status of the conversion, either success or failed.
|Success||Return the URL of output files.|
|Error||Return the error message.|
The API is limited to convert file less than 1M. To remove limitations you much purchase a API key. You can click the button below to make a purchase. You will get an email with key information in 24 hours after purchasing.
We'll deploy a brand new server for only your company to use if you purchase 12 months or more.
We also provide customized services. For example: Add a specific conversion function. API URL uses your company's domain or sub-domain. Contact us at email@example.com if you need customized services.
This is a sample form shows how to convert PDF file using REST web API. Add a file, select target format, click submit button and wait for a few seconds.
The sample html source codes to use REST web API. You can save the source codes to a html file and test it.