Discover the power of our cloud solution.

No restrictions on file size or monthly bandwidth.

Automated workflow and API support to integrate with your systems.

Easily share your files and request feedback or approval from both internal and external shareholders.

Stay in control. Protect source files, require Single Sign On or set a default expiry for shared links.

User roles and group management provide fine-grained control to lock down your media.

Directly watch all media in your browser, no download required.

Real-time events and notifications for multi-user environments.

Communicate using your own brand identity.

Share large files safely and securely

MediaLab enables you to upload and share large files on your own personalized and highly secure server. Take back control: transform a Lab with your brand identity and stay in charge of your videos, images and other large files. Try it for free!

  • Your own personalized Lab
  • No restriction on file size
  • Unlimited file transfers
  • Videos 4K, photos, PDFs, PowerPoints, Audio, etc.
  • 24/7 worldwide access, from any device
  • No downloads required
  • Online preview and comment function
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Who works with MediaLab

Contact details

MediaLab Online B.V.
Hettenheuvelweg 41-43
1101 BM Amsterdam

The Netherlands
+31 20 700 66 88

Recent blogs

  • Building new apps: leaving native apps behind us.  We have already spent some time talking about our new apps, but so far we have stayed away from getting too technical. Not this time. So as Hans likes to say: let's get technical!
  • See who's viewed your files and share online comments  When you upload your media files and share them with a large group of people, that is asking for several problems. You sent them with a purpose. You want your files to be seen and read instantly.  When you send files using e-mail you can request delivery notifications. But as we discussed in a previous blog, e-mail is not equipped for sending large amounts of data. And who does accept to annoying read receipt requests these days?