Now when you make a video with Cameo, you can upload it to Vimeo right from the app!
Snap pics of your pooch, point your cam at your cat, or film w/e other creatures you’ve got creeping around for this Weekend Challenge.
Humans and Emojis can coexist. See how.
Attention. This is just a 3D Futurama test.
For nearly six months now, our brand-new API has been sitting patiently in beta, waiting for the day it’d be released to the world. Today, we’re thrilled to metaphorically pick up those giant scissors and cut that red tape. Now, everyone has access to the newly designed developer site, and the extra-fresh Vimeo API.
What’s changed? In short: everything. We’ve improved every single aspect of our documentation to some degree. We cleaned up the spec, and have ensured that our endpoint documentation is absolutely accurate. You might also notice return of the API Playground you once knew and loved. We completely overhauled the playground to make it fit the new API, and we whole-heartedly encourage you to spend recess exploring all of our API’s new features.
The API has been updated to version 3.2, and is available immediately. To learn more about our version system, check out the docs. Thanks to our beta testers, we have cleaned up our response formats and have squashed many bugs. Keep an eye open for the new “connections” and “pictures” formats.
The beta hasn’t just been about polishing our existing features — there were some features we wanted to make available on day one. Our two most requested features have always been Vimeo On Demand and thumbnail uploads, both of which are now a part of the API. In the coming weeks, we will write more about these features, but for now, you can read up on things in our endpoint documentation
These aren’t the last of the new additions — we still have so much more to come. Keep an eye on our roadmap to learn about all the awesome new features we’re working on.
The always ambitious Woodkid brings us black and white visuals to meditate on. Watch.
Cazzette’s latest music video for “Sleepless” is full of subverted expectations. First, it’s more of a short film than a music video. Then, it has you thinking it’s a naturalistic romance. And after that, things get creepy.
"Innuendo" is created by five students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands.
Created over a span of five months, it’s a creative exercise in sensuality and fertility without any human imagery.
One of the highest honors in the music video is the UK Music Video Awards.
You know put that extra work into that killer music video of yours, so submit it before August 6th!
Astronautalis is a touring musician who has been on the road playing 200+ shows a year for the last decade. This is his meditation on leaving.