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Transloadit detects queues and scales up machines in parallel as files are still being uploaded. This makes sure we are ready to handle the encoding jobs as they hit us, and avoid queue times even for big spikes.
Transloadit has a distributed setup so that your users have low latency, and we’re less likely to be affected by regional outages.
Being the first commercial node.js project we had to write a lot of software ourselves. Much of this has been open sourced. node-mysql and node-formidable are examples of software we’ve shared with the world and are now the standard way of communicating with MySQL and handling multi-part file uploads in node.js.
Don’t take our word for it - this is just one of the many quotes on our website by people like Joe Stump (Digg, SimpleGeo, Sprint.ly) or Pamela Fox (Google, Coursera, Khan Academy).
Transloadit was the first company to run node.js in production. Using this technology allows us to split up your encoding tasks in minuscule jobs and run them distributed and in parallel. For instance, all thumbnails from a video can be extracted at the same time, ensuring very fast encoding times.
Transloadit is a company based in Berlin. We’re bootstrapped and have been around since 2009. Since that time we have pushed hard to become the most high-tech and versatile uploading & encoding service out there. Five years later, we’re profitable, have over 3000 customers and are handling over 15 million files every month. In doing so we’ve tackled hundreds of encoding and scaling problems. Each time writing test cases with visual diffs, anchoring our quality for the future as we upgrade and expand.
Transloadit can handle pretty much any file your users throw at us. Do you need to turn audio files into a waveform images? Do you want to encode a video for iPad? Or do you want to generate a preview animated GIF of a PDF document? Transloadit can do it all!