Guides on automating and scaling your marketing activities
FFMPEG is an incredibly powerful tool you can use for manipulating video. Here's how to add PNG overlays onto a video using FFMPEG.
Bannerbear makes use of Puppeteer for image rendering. If you're working with Puppeteer and trying to squeeze more performance out of it, here are some things you can try.
If you're running a large WordPress site or several sites for your clients, here's a clean way to add unique, automated social media images to all of your WordPress pages.
If you are creating a lot of content or have a large library of articles, manually adding social media preview images can become a really cumbersome task. You can however completely automate this process, here's how to do it!
Don't send the same boring email to everyone! Here's how to create some easy personalized content for your SaaS welcome emails.
In this tutorial we will add a Code Block to a Mailchimp template that will automatically generate a different image for every user in your Mailchimp audience.
Since launching in March, one of the ultimate goals of Bannerbear was to be able to generate images synchronously, opening up many more use-cases. That day is now here!
The Bannerbear Video API features auto speech transcription which makes it super fast to create videos featuring your own custom branding, with embedded auto-generated subtitles.
The Bannerbear Video API recently went live. Here's how to use it to create videos with an overlay effect!
Recently I ran some tests measuring performance and execution time of Google Cloud Functions against AWS Lambda. Here are my results which you may find useful.
Image Collections are a brand new feature that enable you to generate multiple images from one set of data. Here's how it works!
In this tutorial we will learn how to use Bannerbear to auto-generate Pinterest pins each time you publish new content on your website.
Need to batch-generate lots of social media images for a website you run? Here's an example of using Bannerbear in a command-line script that you can run anytime.
I built a couple of demos using the Bannerbear API over the last week and there has been some interest on Twitter as to how I did it. Well, here's how!
It's been just over a week since I pivoted Bannerbear to a pure API product. One thing I must do now is to show people what you can do with it :)
I’m super excited today to launch the Bannerbear API. Drag and drop to design your templates, then generate variations via a simple REST API!