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Shotstack Node Examples

Video examples

  • text.js - Create a HELLO WORLD video title against black background with a zoom in motion effect and soundtrack.

  • images.js - Takes an array of image URLs and creates a video with a soundtrack and simple zoom in effect.

  • titles.js - Create a video to demo titles using the available preset font styles, a soundtrack, zoom in motion effect and wipe right transition.

  • trim.js - Trim the start and end of a video clip to output a shortened video.

  • filters.js - Applies filters to a video clip, including a title with the name of the filter and a soundtrack.

  • picture-in-picture.js - Layer a small foreground clip, using position and scale, over a fullscreen background clip, to create a picture in picture effect.

  • merge.js - Merge data in to a video using merge fields.

  • transform.js - Apply transformations (rotate, skew and flip) to a video clip.

Image examples

  • border.js - Add a border frame around a background photo.

  • gif.js - Create an animated gif that plays once.

Polling example

  • status.js - Shows the status of a render task and the output video URL. Run this after running one of the render examples.

Probe example

  • probe.js - Fetch metadata for any media asset on the internet such as width, height, duration, etc...

Asset management examples

  • serve-api/renderId.js - Fetch all assets associated with a render ID. Includes video or image and thumbnail and poster.

  • serve-api/assetId.js - Fetch an individual asset by asset ID.

  • serve-api/destination.js - Shows how to exclude a render from being sent to the Shotstack hosting destination.

Installation

Install the required dependencies including the Shotstack Node SDK

npm install

Set your API key

The demos use the staging endpoint by default so use your provided staging key:

export SHOTSTACK_KEY=your_key_here

Windows users (Command Prompt):

set SHOTSTACK_KEY=your_key_here

You can get an API key via the Shotstack web site.

Run an example

The examples directory includes a number of examples demonstrating the capabilities of the Shotstack API.

Rendering

To run a rendering/editing example run the examples at the root of the examples folder, e.g. to run the images video example:

node examples/images.js

Polling

To check the status of a render, similar to polling run the status.js example with the render ID, e.g.:

node examples/status.js 8b844085-779c-4c3a-b52f-d79deca2a960

Asset management

To look up assets hosted by Shotstack run the examples in the examples/serve-api directory.

Find assets by render ID:

node examples/serve-api/renderId.js 8b844085-779c-4c3a-b52f-d79deca2a960

or

Find an asset by asset ID:

node examples/serve-api/assetId.js 3f446298-779c-8c8c-f253-900c1627b776

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Shotstack Node demos - Edit videos in the cloud with Node and the Shotstack Video Editing API

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