Over the last several months we have had the opportunity to work with the Google Chrome team to optimize our frontend performance. Their team helped us refine our implementation of various web APIs and introduce webcodecs into our application. Below is a blog article we wrote that was initially published
In Kapwing Studio, users can upload an audio or video file of their podcast, favorite song, or interview and make an animated representation of the audio frequency and amplitude over time using our Audio Waveform tool.
Kapwing's Studio now supports chroma key-based background removal, also known as green screen editing. This allows users to upload green screen videos, remove the green background, and replace it with whatever they choose. Kapwing Creators can now composite people and objects onto background images and videos without having to download
As we've grown Kapwing to millions of creators, people - especially professionals used to the Adobe suite - sometimes discount our product because it's fully online. Given decades of reliance on heavyweight desktop editors, creators seem skeptical about a browser-based tool they can use on any device, even an old
Since starting work on Kapwing, I’ve noticed a lot of buzz in the Silicon Valley about cloud costs "dropping dramatically." Entrepreneurs, VCs, and the media write about this trend, claiming that it’s enabled a new wave of startups in fields like artificial intelligence and large scale