1. + New Workflow

From the My Workflows page, press on the ‘+New Workflow’ button or card.

2.  Name your Workflow

Assign a distinctive name to your workflow for easy identification later on.

3. Workflow Type

Select a trigger mechanism that suits your needs. This decision will influence the options available in subsequent steps. Familiarize yourself with different types by reading the detailed descriptions here.

4. Source

Define the origin of the video files for processing. This setting correlates with the selected workflow type.

  • Options include:
    • S3 Bucket: Use this if your AWS storage is the source. Input the 'Bucket Name' and 'AWS ID' provided by your IT or DevOps team after they configure the necessary permissions.
    • Beamr Cloud Storage: Offers up to 1GB of free space. Choose this if you prefer internal storage.

5. Presets

Select the desired presets to apply specific settings and optimizations to your source files.

  • Presets define the output settings for your video files. Select from a variety of presets to determine the quality, format, and other specifications for the processed videos. You can view the details of the presets visiting ‘My Presets’ page.
  • You can add up to six unique presets to customize the outputs for different platforms or purposes.
    Once a preset is applied, it's removed from the list to ensure each output is distinct.

6. Destination

Specify the output location for processed video files.

  • Specify where the processed video files will be stored. You can opt for Beamr's internal storage with 1GB capacity or link to an S3 bucket for more space. Similar to the source setup, connecting to an S3 bucket requires the 'Bucket Name' and 'AWS ID'.
  • Follow the 'How to Connect your S3 Bucket' guide to easily connect your S3 AWS Bucket/s

7. Save Workflow

Once you've configured all settings, hit the 'Save Workflow' button to store your new workflow.