Receive video from your users
Please note – we’re currently revising the Collect API. During this period new trial signups are not available.
Use our Collect API to start receiving videos from your users on your own website. People can record instantly or upload an existing video. Files get sent to your YouTube, Google Drive, Dropbox, MS Azure or AWS S3 account, directly from your users’ devices without a detour through our servers for better privacy protection. All HTML5, no Flash or other unsecure technologies.
Easy as 1,2,3
See how it works
Try the recorder
(Any test videos you submit get uploaded to a Google Drive folder of ours and will get deleted.)
Code for the page header
Here’s an example of the script that goes into the <head> section to embed one (or many) recorder widgets on a page:
Code to place a video button
And here’s an example for the code that goes into your page’s body to embed a recording & uploading button
All the benefits under the sun
HTML5 webcam recording
Users record videos directly on your site through our embeddable HTML5 camera recorder. They can optionally also submit files they already have on their device.
No server-side transcoding
User videos get converted on the client and submitted to you in 1 integrated workflow. You receive streaming-ready files in a standard format – e.g. MP4, WebM, FLV.
Client-side video compression
Videos also get compressed on the user’s device before they’re sent to your Cloud storage. Smaller files upload faster, you control the compression level.
Clipchamp never has access to your users’ video files. Videos are sent directly from user devices to your upload target.
More than 5 million users and counting
We’ve been developing unique, proprietary technology to bring video to the internet since 2014. In this short time our innovative compression approach, in-built privacy, and browser-based video converter and recorder have served millions of people worldwide.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I pass videos directly to the API without manual user interaction?
Yes that is possible through the
direct.files parameter. It’s available as part of the Clipchamp API’s input options and allows you to upload your users’ video files without them having to manually trigger the upload.
Can I remove all Clipchamp branding?
Yes, you can remove the Clipchamp branding and set up your own branding for the API.
Can I embed the API In a Squarespace site?
Yes! It just requires a few extra steps on top of the standard installation process.