We just released a major update to our API and command-line client, making it much easier to integrate video builds into your own software or delivery pipeline.
For example, you can set up a CI step to deploy your application and take screen-shots of key pages, then use Narakeet to include the latest look and feel of your application into explainer videos automatically. Another common use-case for Narakeet video automation is to create several versions of a single video, for example in different languages.
Until today, integrating with our API required hosting assets yourself, which was a big barrier for many people. Our new API supports uploading files directly to Narakeet, and building directly from files on your local disk. Here is a quick example: the following command will create a video from the local directory called
my-video-project, with the main video script in
video.txt inside that directory.
narakeet-api-client \ --repository-type local-dir \ --repository my-video-project \ --source video.txt \ --api-key $API_KEY
For more information on how to use the Narakeet API, check out Automating video production.
For information on the command-line client tool, check out Using the Narakeet Command-line Tool.