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Recording User Generated Videos With Formstack Forms and Pipe Video Recorder

Recording User Generated Videos With Formstack & Pipe

They say that an image is worth a thousand words. How about a video? Capturing user generated videos with your forms has never been easier. Whether you want to build a signup form, a contact form or a more complex questionnaire or qualitative survey that includes video responses, this tutorial will show you how to to do that using Formstack forms and Pipe. Formstack is a easy-to-use online form builder. No...


How to record videos on your WordPress website using Ninja Forms and Pipe


17 November 2016 update: Updated the code to make it work on mobile devices as well. Giving your users the possibility to record videos directly on your website can be a real game changer for your business. Here at Pipe we’re always looking for ways on how to make this process easier and faster. Today we’ll show you how to create a contact form on WordPress using Ninja Forms that...


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...


How To Easily Extract Mp3 Audio From Mp4 With VLC [Conversion series Ep. 1]

extract mp3 audio from an mp4

This is the first of a series of articles about audio and video file conversions. Why conversions? An important part of how Pipe works behind the scenes has to deal with converting video files from different formats to .mp4. While doing this we noticed there are several challenges people might face when trying to go from one format to the other so we decided to shed some light...


Recording 4k Video Over The Web With The Lumia 930 Mobile Device


Back in December 2014 several Nokia Lumia devices got the ability to record 4k video with the Denim update – the one that also brought Cortana. While true 4K means 4096 x 2160 pixels, what most smartphone makers mean when they say their devices can record 4K video is that they can shoot UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) videos. The same is true for Lumia’s manufacturer Nokia. Our Lumia 930 device...