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What is ImageKit.io?
How to use ImageKit.io?
How it works?
Limits and troubleshooting
Testing and Infrastructure Setup
Testing on multiple environments
Using on multiple websites
Using with your CDN
Using with a custom domain name
Network-based image optimization
SEO-friendly image URL
Non-image file compression
User access management
Multi factor authentication
Advanced security settings
Central audit logs
Media library widget
Upload file API
Custom metadata fields API
Default limits on input or output media in ImageKit
Your ImageKit account has some default limits and quotas to prevent abuse and protect our infrastructure. This ensures that ImageKit.io is fast and stable for everyone.
Most of these limits can be adjusted upon request. Contact
if you need to increase these limits on your account.
There are certain limits, like those on image transformation dimensions, which are a limitation of the underlying image format. These limits cannot be modified.
Image input size
(accessed from your origin or media library)
Input image resolution (width x height; for example 1000 x 1000 = 1MP)
Max image transformation dimensions (dimensions greater than this in the transformation string will get ignored)
Max WebP image transformation dimensions (dimensions greater than this will not work for transformation)
before using in production.
Next - Limits and troubleshooting