It is possible to use Microsoft Azure File Storage and Azure Blob Storage as storage both for input and output of conversions. Therefore we recommend for security reasons to use Shared Access Signatures (SAS) .

The following examples shows how to start such a conversions. Please read the documentation about the other necassary parameters for starting conversions.

Azue File Storage

Parameter Description
file * The filename, including path, of the input file. (Required)
input/output.azurefile.storageaccount * The name of the Azure storage account (This is the string before .file.core.windows.net). (Required)
input/output.azurefile.sastoken * The Azure SAS token. (Required)
input/output.azurefile.storageaccesskey The Azure secret key. Only required alternatively, if you are not providing a SAS token. (Optional)
input/output.azurefile.sharename * The name of the Azure File Share where to download the input file or upload the output file. (Required)
output.azurefile.path Filename, including path, for the output file. If this value ends with "/" the output file is stored in the corresponding directory. (Optional)

Azue Blob Storage

Parameter Description
file * The filename, including path, of the input blob. (Required)
input/output.azureblob.storageaccount * The name of the Azure storage account (This is the string before .blob.core.windows.net). (Required)
input/output.azureblob.sastoken * The Azure SAS token. (Required)
input/output.azureblob.storageaccesskey The Azure secret key. Only required alternatively, if you are not providing a SAS token. (Optional)
input/output.azureblob.container * The name of the Azure Blob container where to download the input file or upload the output file. (Required)
output.azureblob.path Filename, including path, for the output file. If this value ends with "/" the output file is stored in the corresponding directory. (Optional)