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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 2022, as well as our open source projects uppy.io and tus.io, which are changing how the world does file uploading.

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Copy files from Amazon S3 to Azure

In this demo we show how you can use Transloadit's API to copy files from Amazon S3 to Azure.

Once you set up the recipes, Transloadit can do this for you automatically.

Optionally you could also transform the files between the import from Amazon S3 and the export to Azure.

You can for example encode videos, optimize images, detect faces, and much more.

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1. Import files from Amazon S3

We are happy to import from whatever storage solution suits you best. Learn more ›

⚠️ It seems your browser does not support the codec used in this video of the page. For demo simplicity we'll link you to the original file, but you may also want to learn how to make videos compatible for all browsers.
snowflake-0.jpg
131 KB · 1152 × 768
desert-1.jpg
1.5 MB · 2560 × 2048
ravi-roshan-383162-2.jpg
1.4 MB · 4096 × 2301
"imported": {
  "robot": "/s3/import",
  "result": true,
  "credentials": "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
  "path": "my_source_folder/"
}
🤖/s3/import
This bot imports whole directories of files from your S3 bucket

2. Export files to Microsoft Azure

We export to the storage platform of your choice. Learn more ›

Tricky to demo, but in this Step the following files were exported to Microsoft Azure:

imported
  • snowflake.jpg
  • desert.jpg
  • ravi-roshan-383162.jpg

Once all files have been exported, we can ping a URL of your choice with the Assembly status JSON.

"exported": {
  "robot": "/azure/store",
  "use": "imported",
  "result": true,
  "credentials": "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
  "path": "my_target_folder"
}
🤖/azure/store
This bot exports encoding results to Microsoft Azure
Since this is a store Robot, be sure to use Template Credentials so that any sensitive data is encrypted and stored in our database, making sure that they’re never exposed to any end-user.

Build this in your own language

{
  "auth": {
    "key": "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY"
  },
  "steps": {
    "imported": {
      "robot": "/s3/import",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_source_folder/"
    },
    "exported": {
      "robot": "/azure/store",
      "use": "imported",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_target_folder"
    }
  }
}
# Prerequisites: brew install curl jq || sudo apt install curl jq
# To avoid tampering, use Signature Authentication
echo '{
  "template_id": undefined,
  "auth": {
    "key": "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY"
  },
  "steps": {
    "imported": {
      "robot": "/s3/import",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_source_folder/"
    },
    "exported": {
      "robot": "/azure/store",
      "use": "imported",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_target_folder"
    }
  }
}' |curl \
    --request POST \
    --form 'params=<-' \
    --form myfile1=@./desert.jpg \
    --form myfile2=@./joe-gardner-149699.jpg \
  https://api2.transloadit.com/assemblies \
|jq
// Install via Swift Package Manager:
// dependencies: [
//   .package(url: "https://github.com/transloadit/TransloaditKit", .upToNextMajor(from: "3.0.0"))
// ]}

// Auth
let credentials = Credentials(key: "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY")

// Init
let transloadit = Transloadit(credentials: credentials, session: "URLSession.shared")

// Add files to upload
let filesToUpload: [URL] = ...

// Execute
let assembly = transloadit.assembly(steps: [importedStep, exportedStep], andUpload: filesToUpload) { result in
  switch result {
  case .success(let assembly):
    print("Retrieved (assembly)")
  case .failure(let error):
    print("Assembly error (error)")
  }
}.pollAssemblyStatus { result in
  switch result {
  case .success(let assemblyStatus):
    print("Received assemblystatus (assemblyStatus)")
  case .failure(let error):
    print("Caught polling error (error)")
  }
<body>
  <form action="/uploads" enctype="multipart/form-data" method="POST">
    <input type="file" name="my_file" multiple="multiple" />
  </form>

  <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.2.0/jquery.min.js"></script>
  <script src="//assets.transloadit.com/js/jquery.transloadit2-v3-latest.js"></script>
  <script type="text/javascript">
    $(function () {
      $('form').transloadit({
        wait: true,
        triggerUploadOnFileSelection: true,
        // To avoid tampering use signatures:
        // https://transloadit.com/docs/api/#authentication
        auth: {
          key: 'YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY',
        },
        // It's often better store encoding instructions in your account
        // and use a `template_id` instead of adding these steps inline
        steps: {
          imported: {
            robot: '/s3/import',
            result: true,
            credentials: 'YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS',
            path: 'my_source_folder/',
          },
          exported: {
            robot: '/azure/store',
            use: 'imported',
            result: true,
            credentials: 'YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS',
            path: 'my_target_folder',
          },
        },
      })
    })
  </script>
</body>
<!-- This pulls Uppy from our CDN -->
<!-- For smaller self-hosted bundles, install Uppy and plugins manually: -->
<!-- npm i --save @uppy/core @uppy/dashboard @uppy/remote-sources @uppy/transloadit ... -->
<link
  href="https://releases.transloadit.com/uppy/v3.3.1/uppy.min.css"
  rel="stylesheet"
/>
<button id="browse">Select Files</button>
<script type="module">
  import {
    Uppy,
    Dashboard,
    ImageEditor,
    RemoteSources,
    Transloadit,
  } from 'https://releases.transloadit.com/uppy/v3.3.1/uppy.min.mjs'
  const uppy = new Uppy()
    .use(Transloadit, {
      waitForEncoding: true,
      alwaysRunAssembly: true,
      params: {
        // To avoid tampering use signatures:
        // https://transloadit.com/docs/api/#authentication
        auth: {
          key: 'YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY',
        },
        // It's often better store encoding instructions in your account
        // and use a `template_id` instead of adding these steps inline
        steps: {
          imported: {
            robot: '/s3/import',
            result: true,
            credentials: 'YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS',
            path: 'my_source_folder/',
          },
          exported: {
            robot: '/azure/store',
            use: 'imported',
            result: true,
            credentials: 'YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS',
            path: 'my_target_folder',
          },
        },
      },
    })
    .use(Dashboard, { trigger: '#browse' })
    .use(ImageEditor, { target: Dashboard })
    .use(RemoteSources, {
      companionUrl: 'https://api2.transloadit.com/companion',
    })
    .on('complete', ({ transloadit }) => {
      // Due to `waitForEncoding: true` this is fired after encoding is done.
      // Alternatively, set `waitForEncoding` to `false` and provide a `notify_url`
      console.log(transloadit) // Array of Assembly Statuses
      transloadit.forEach((assembly) => {
        console.log(assembly.results) // Array of all encoding results
      })
    })
    .on('error', (error) => {
      console.error(error)
    })
</script>
// yarn add transloadit || npm i transloadit --save-exact

// Import
const Transloadit = require('transloadit')

// Init
const transloadit = new Transloadit({
  authKey: 'YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY',
  authSecret: 'MY_TRANSLOADIT_SECRET',
})

// Set Encoding Instructions
const options = {
  files: {
    myfile_1: './desert.jpg',
    myfile_2: './joe-gardner-149699.jpg',
  },
  params: {
    steps: {
      imported: {
        robot: '/s3/import',
        result: true,
        credentials: 'YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS',
        path: 'my_source_folder/',
      },
      exported: {
        robot: '/azure/store',
        use: 'imported',
        result: true,
        credentials: 'YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS',
        path: 'my_target_folder',
      },
    },
  },
}

// Execute
const result = await transloadit.createAssembly(options)

// Show results
console.log({ result })
# [sudo] npm install transloadify -g

# Auth
export TRANSLOADIT_KEY="YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY"

# Save Encoding Instructions
echo '{
  "steps": {
    "imported": {
      "robot": "/s3/import",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_source_folder/"
    },
    "exported": {
      "robot": "/azure/store",
      "use": "imported",
      "result": true,
      "credentials": "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
      "path": "my_target_folder"
    }
  }
}' > ./steps.json

# Execute
transloadify \
  --input "desert.jpg" \
  --input "joe-gardner-149699.jpg" \
  --steps "./steps.json" \
  --output "./output.example"
// composer require transloadit/php-sdk
use transloadit\Transloadit;

$transloadit = new Transloadit([
  "key" => "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY",
  "secret" => "MY_TRANSLOADIT_SECRET",
]);

// Start the Assembly
$response = $transloadit->createAssembly([
  "files" => ["desert.jpg", "joe-gardner-149699.jpg"],
  "params" => [
    "steps" => [
      "imported" => [
        "robot" => "/s3/import",
        "result" => true,
        "credentials" => "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
        "path" => "my_source_folder/",
      ],
      "exported" => [
        "robot" => "/azure/store",
        "use" => "imported",
        "result" => true,
        "credentials" => "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
        "path" => "my_target_folder",
      ],
    ],
  ],
]);
# gem install transloadit
transloadit = Transloadit.new([
  :key => "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY",
])

# Set Encoding Instructions
imported = transloadit.step("imported", "/s3/import", [
  :result => true,
  :credentials => "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
  :path => "my_source_folder/"
])

exported = transloadit.step("exported", "/azure/store", [
  :use => "imported",
  :result => true,
  :credentials => "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
  :path => "my_target_folder"
])

transloadit.assembly([
  :steps => [imported, exported]
])

# Add files to upload
files = []
files.push("desert.jpg")
files.push("joe-gardner-149699.jpg")

# Start the Assembly
response = assembly.create! *files

until response.finished?
  sleep 1; response.reload!
end

if !response.error?
  # handle success
end
# pip install pytransloadit
from transloadit import client

tl = client.Transloadit('YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY', 'MY_TRANSLOADIT_SECRET')
assembly = tl.new_assembly()

# Set Encoding Instructions
assembly.add_step("imported", "/s3/import", {
  'result': True,
  'credentials': 'YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS',
  'path': 'my_source_folder/'
})

assembly.add_step("exported", "/azure/store", {
  'use': 'imported',
  'result': True,
  'credentials': 'YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS',
  'path': 'my_target_folder'
})

# Add files to upload
assembly.add_file(open('desert.jpg', 'rb'))
assembly.add_file(open('joe-gardner-149699.jpg', 'rb'))

# Start the Assembly
assembly_response = assembly.create(retries=5, wait=True)

print(assembly_response.data.get('assembly_ssl_url'))
# or:
print(assembly_response.data['assembly_ssl_url'])
// go get gopkg.in/transloadit/go-sdk.v1
package main

import (
  "context"
  "fmt"
  "github.com/transloadit/go-sdk"
)

func main() {
  // Create client
  options := transloadit.DefaultConfig
  options.AuthKey = "YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY"
  options.AuthSecret = "MY_TRANSLOADIT_SECRET"
  client := transloadit.NewClient(options)
  
  // Initialize new Assembly
  assembly := transloadit.NewAssembly()
  
  // Set Encoding Instructions
  assembly.AddStep("imported", map[string]interface{}{
    "robot": "/s3/import",
    "result": true,
    "credentials": "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS",
    "path": "my_source_folder/",
  })
  
  assembly.AddStep("exported", map[string]interface{}{
    "robot": "/azure/store",
    "use": "imported",
    "result": true,
    "credentials": "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS",
    "path": "my_target_folder",
  })
  
  // Add files to upload
  assembly.AddFile("desert.jpg"))
  assembly.AddFile("joe-gardner-149699.jpg"))
  
  // Start the Assembly
  info, err := client.StartAssembly(context.Background(), assembly)
  if err != nil {
    panic(err)
  }
  
  // All files have now been uploaded and the Assembly has started but no
  // results are available yet since the conversion has not finished.
  // WaitForAssembly provides functionality for polling until the Assembly
  // has ended.
  info, err = client.WaitForAssembly(context.Background(), info)
  if err != nil {
    panic(err)
  }
  
  fmt.Printf("You can check some results at: ")
  fmt.Printf("  - %s\n", info.Results["imported"][0].SSLURL)
  fmt.Printf("  - %s\n", info.Results["exported"][0].SSLURL)
}
// compile 'com.transloadit.sdk:transloadit:0.1.5
import com.transloadit.sdk.Assembly;
import com.transloadit.sdk.Transloadit;
import com.transloadit.sdk.exceptions.LocalOperationException;
import com.transloadit.sdk.exceptions.RequestException;
import com.transloadit.sdk.response.AssemblyResponse;
import java.io.File;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;

public class Main {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    // Initialize the Transloadit client
    Transloadit transloadit = new Transloadit("YOUR_TRANSLOADIT_KEY", "MY_TRANSLOADIT_SECRET");
    
    Assembly assembly = transloadit.newAssembly();
    
    // Set Encoding Instructions
    Map<String, Object> importedStepOptions = new HashMap();
    importedStepOptions.put("result", true);
    importedStepOptions.put("credentials", "YOUR_AWS_CREDENTIALS");
    importedStepOptions.put("path", "my_source_folder/");
    assembly.addStep("imported", "/s3/import", importedStepOptions);
    
    Map<String, Object> exportedStepOptions = new HashMap();
    exportedStepOptions.put("use", "imported");
    exportedStepOptions.put("result", true);
    exportedStepOptions.put("credentials", "YOUR_AZURE_CREDENTIALS");
    exportedStepOptions.put("path", "my_target_folder");
    assembly.addStep("exported", "/azure/store", exportedStepOptions);
    
    // Add files to upload
    assembly.addFile(new File("desert.jpg"));
    assembly.addFile(new File("joe-gardner-149699.jpg"));
    
    // Start the Assembly
    try {
      AssemblyResponse response = assembly.save();
    
      // Wait for Assembly to finish executing
      while (!response.isFinished()) {
        response = transloadit.getAssemblyByUrl(response.getSslUrl());
      }
    
      System.out.println(response.getId());
      System.out.println(response.getUrl());
      System.out.println(response.json());
    } catch (RequestException | LocalOperationException e) {
      // Handle exception here
    }
  }
}

So many ways to integrate

Transloadit is a service for companies with developers. As a developer, there are many ways you can put us to good use.
  • Bulk imports

    Add one of our import Robots to acquire and transcode massive media libraries.
  • Handling uploads

    We are the experts at reliably handling uploads. We wrote the protocol for it.
  • Front-end integration

    We integrate with web browsers via our next-gen file uploader Uppy and SDKs for Android and iOS.
  • Back-end integration

    Send us batch jobs in any server language using one of our SDKs or directly interfacing with our REST API.
  • Pingbacks

    Configure a notify_url to let your server receive transcoding results JSON in the transloadit POST field.

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