This tutorial will show you how to combine an image and an audio file into a video programmatically using two methods—FFmpeg, and the Editframe video API
This guide will walk through the process of building that automated workflows using Figma along with the developer-friendly tools Editframe and Node.js.
In this guide, we’ll walk through how to add an audio file to a video without removing the original video's audio using two methods––FFmpeg, and the Editframe API.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Next.js, MongoDB, Amazon Polly, and the Editframe SDK to send a personalized welcome video email to each new guest who signs up to receive your content
In this tutorial, we will walk through the process of programmatically adding a watermark to a video using two methods—FFmpeg, and Editframe
Merging multiple videos into a single file is a simple and versatile process with widespread applications.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to quickly add a waveform to your videos using two methods, FFmpeg and Editframe.
we’ll show you how to use Node.js, AssemblyAI, and Editframe to do this programmatically.
In this quick guide, you’ll learn how to use FFmpeg and Editframe to programmatically add fade-in and fade-out transitions to your videos.
This guide will show you two programmatic approaches to adding subtitles to a video—one using FFmpeg, and another leveraging the Editframe video API.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to programmatically create a slideshow by merging and combining multiple images into a single video using two methods: FFmpeg, and Editframe.
Creating videos programmatically has become easier than ever with tools like TailwindCSS and Editframe API. By combining these two technologies, you can create stunning videos with minimal coding.
In this tutorial, we’ll dive into two methods for programmatically trimming, cutting, and extracting video clips—one using the free video editing library FFmpeg, and another that uses the Editframe API.
With Editframe and FFmpeg, you can add music to your videos and upload these enhanced files directly to social networks in just a few seconds.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the process of programmatically merging an entire directory of MP4 videos into a single file using FFmpeg.
This tutorial will explore two methods of programmatically color grading videos—FFmpeg, and Editframe.
Use the Editframe API to programmatically generate Open Graph videos for your app or website content.
By the time you finish following along with this article, you’ll have installed FFmpeg on your platform of choice in under 10 minutes
This guide walks you through how to create a crossfade between two mp4 videos using two methods—FFmpeg, and the Editframe API.