Create An Automated YouTube Video Creation Workflow With Make/Integromat and Google Text to Speech
Sure, here is a high-level overview of how you can create an automated YouTube video creation workflow using Make (formerly Integromat) and Google Text-to-Speech:
- Set up a trigger in Integromat that will initiate the automation. This could be a specific event, such as a new row being added to a Google Sheets spreadsheet, or it could be scheduled to run at a certain time every day.
- Next, you’ll need to add an action that will retrieve the text that you want to use for the video. If you are using a Google Sheets spreadsheet as the trigger, you could use the “Get a row” action to retrieve the relevant row from the spreadsheet.
- After retrieving the text, you’ll need to use the Google Text-to-Speech API to generate an audio file from the text. To do this, you’ll need to create a connection to the Google Text-to-Speech API in Integromat and then use the “Convert text to audio” action.
- With the audio file generated, you can then use a tool like iMovie or Adobe Premiere to create a video from the audio file and any additional media that you want to include (e.g., images, video clips).
- Finally, you can use the YouTube API to upload the video to your YouTube channel. To do this, you’ll need to create a connection to the YouTube API in Integromat and then use the “Upload a video” action.
This is just one example of how you can use Integromat and Google Text-to-Speech to create an automated YouTube video creation workflow. There are many other ways that you could customize this workflow to meet your specific needs.
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