Monthly Archive: November 2015

Pipe 0.12 Rolled Out


Another 2 weeks have passed since our last launch and Pipe just keeps getting better and better. The latest release, Pipe 0.12, packs with it the following updates: Video Email Notification You now have the option to activate email notification, which will trigger each time a new video is recorded. The mail will contain relevant information such as the video name, thumbnail, video link, size, resolution and duration. This feature is...


Converting FLV to MP4 With FFmpeg The Ultimate Guide [Conversion series Ep. 3]

VLC's Media Information Window

As promised we’re back with another episode of our Conversion Series and this time it’s going to be more technical than usual because I’m going to teach you everything you need to know about how to convert an FLV file to an MP4 with FFmpeg. Introduced in 2002, the .flv container was the first ubiquitous file format for video over the Internet. I still remember the dark days...


Pipe 0.11 Brings YouTube Integration and More


We’ve been working hard again to make Pipe the best it can be. Here’s what we got for you in this latest update. Upload Videos to YouTube We’ve integrated YouTube uploading with Pipe. You can do this by going in your Pipe account in the videos tab and simply pressing the [Upload] button that is displayed for each video. A new window will appear in which you have...


Introducing The Pipe Video Recorder Plugin For WordPress


In the past few months we’ve been hard at work improving Pipe and adding new features but at the same time we also worked on an integration with WordPress that would allow webmasters to take advantage of Pipe’s awesome video recording capabilities. The new Pipe Video Recorder Plugin for WordPress is available for free on Here are a few examples of things you can do with the Pipe plugin:...


Pipe 0.10 Adds Dropbox Integration


Pipe 0.10 is now live and it comes with some exciting new features. Dropbox integration We’ve added the option to upload videos to your Dropbox account directly from Pipe. All you need is an active Dropbox account and to follow the easy steps needed to obtain your Dropbox access token. All of it is explained in the Dropbox help panel in the Dropbox tab.       Additionally in...