Yes. While much of Cloudinary's functionality is focused on images and videos, we also support uploading, managing, and delivering almost any other file type.
We refer to other file types as 'raw' files and you can learn more about how to work with raw files in our Upload API documentation.
Cloudinary also has some specific support for some types of raw files. If you're working with PDFs, for example, Cloudinary can convert multiple images into a PDF or extract images from PDF pages and allow them to be further transformed using our image transformations functionality. Please see the Paged and Layered Media documentation for more information.
Please note that PDFs and some archive formats such as zip, rar and tagz are, by default, blocked for delivery for FREE accounts in order to reduce the chances of malware or other potentially harmful files being distributed via the Cloudinary domain. If you are on a free plan and need to deliver files in these formats, contact our support team and we’ll evaluate your request. Additionally, these delivery limitations are removed once you upgrade to a paid plan.
There are a small number of file extensions which are restricted by default on Cloudinary accounts for security reasons, and you can learn more about those restrictions here: