We are a Swiss Army knife for your files
Transloadit is a service for companies with developers. We handle their file uploads and media processing. This means that they can save on development time and the heavy machinery that is required to handle big volumes in an automated way.
We pioneered with this concept in 2009 and have made our customers happy ever since. We are still actively improving our service in 2019, as well as our open source projects uppy.io and tus.io, which are changing how the world does file uploading.
Merge an audio file and an image to generate a video
Transloadit allows you to merge an audio file and an image to generate a video.
A typical use case would be showing an album cover of an audio track that doesn't have a real video clip. Something you see a lot on YouTube. People want to listen to music there but also have something to look at
The resulting video shows the image at the specified dimensions and plays the audio file in the background. The video duration equals the audio file duration, unless you set the
duration parameter to something else.
1. Handle uploads
We can handle uploads of your users directly. Learn more ›
2. Import files from webservers
We are happy to import from whatever storage solution suits you best. Learn more ›
3. Resize images to 1024×768
We can resize, crop, and (auto-)rotate images, as well as watermark them. Learn more ›
4. Merge audio and image to create a new video
We offer a variety of video encoding features like optimizing for different devices, merging, injecting ads, changing audio tracks, or adding company logos. Learn more ›
5. Export files to Amazon S3
We export to the storage platform of your choice. Learn more ›
Once files are exported, we ping you back with the Assembly status JSON.
So many ways to integrate
Bulk importsAdd one of our import Robots to acquire and transcode massive media libraries.
Front-end integrationWe integrate with web browsers via our next-gen file uploader Uppy and SDKs for Android and iOS.
notify_urlto let your server receive transcoding results JSON in the