We let you reject, or direct files against different encoding Steps.
The /file/filter Robot directs files to different encoding Steps based on your conditions.
What can I do with this?
Our /file/filter Robot can be used in combination with other Robots, to create powerful workflows unique to your use case. For inspiration, here are example scenarios, with explanations and code for all platforms, that you can also try live on our website:
And a few more:
- Burn subtitles into a video
- Extract audio from video files
- Filter out all audio files with a bit rate lower than 64K
- Filter out all image files without a full HD resolution
- Filter out anything other than image files
- Filter out anything other than video or image files
- Import your Dropbox files to Transloadit for encoding
- Reject videos that do not have an audio track
This Robot supports parameters such as
to influence its behavior. Read all about the technical details in its docs.
We wrote the following posts about the /file/filter Robot on our blog:
- Performance Upgrades March 4, 2015
- Kicking Transloadit Into Gear for the New Year February 1, 2015
- Two New Robots and More Features March 30, 2012
- New /file/filter Robot Released December 6, 2011
Transloadit is a SaaS with a subscription model.
Our /file/filter Robot does not count toward your Plan's data. For $49/month you run as many files through our /file/filter Robot as you like.
You can change plans at any time. More info and available plans on our Pricing page.
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