File Exporting

Once your files have been processed, we can save the results to storage owned by you. Many of our customers have signed up for an S3 bucket, others prefer us to upload to their FTP server.

Over the last few years, developers have been steadily moving away from self-hosted or local systems to the cloud for storing their data. One important reason to move to the cloud is better protection of your data, particularly in the event of a natural disaster. This of course does mean you'll need to set up cross-regional replication, but the cloud makes this easy.

It's predicted that the cloud storage market will grow to $88.91 billion by 2022, marking an enormous annual growth rate of 23.7% yet to be full-filled. Billions of people and thousands of companies are opting for online storage, because it’s comfortable, convenient, secure and economical.

Transloadit can help companies transition by integrating with all major cloud providers. You can even run multi-cloud setups where each encoding result is saved on say, both AWS and GCP. Transloadit is happy to export to whatever storage suits you best.

Robots

At Transloadit, we call our features Robots because you can make them work together to create encoding pipelines unique to your use case.

Live demos

See our features in action through live demos and code samples, right here on our website:

Blog posts

We wrote the following posts about File Exporting on our blog: