Changelog #001

Heavily inspired by the teams at Linear and Banana, we decided to start a changelog to document our progress as we make video tooling and infrastructure more accessible.

Without further ado, let's dive in. Here's what we've shipped the past month:

Embeddable Video Editor

One of the most highly requested features we've received from our users is the ability to embed a video editor into their own website or web application. We've been working on this feature for a while now, and we're happy to announce that it's finally ready for public beta. We're hoping this product can bridge the gap between our API offering and the visual power of a full-fledged video editor.

Read the full documentation here


We've released our first set of transitions which allow you to make your videos a bit more dynamic.

You can view configuration options in our Transitions documentation

Video Toolbox

We've been working on a new product offering called the Video Toolbox. It's a collection of tools that make it easier to modify existing videos and perform common video-related tasks. These endpoints are accessible via HTTP and exist outside of our SDK, which means you can use them via any language/framework. The following tools are currently available:

  1. Convert: Convert a video to a different format.
  2. Resize: Resize a video to a different resolution.
  3. Trim: Trim a video to a specific duration.
  4. Watermark: Add a watermark to a video.

Do you have a need for a simple HTTP endpoint that can perform a video-related task? Let us know and we'll add it to the Toolbox.


We've added the following new webhook events:

  1. workflow.failed
  2. workflow.processed
  3. video.created
  4. video.transcription.failed
  5. video.transcription.processed

Additionally, we've made all webhook events optional/configurable in the dashboard

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