1. When you reach the IBM dashboard switch to the tab "Integration & apps" 2. Inside the "Integration & apps" section, select "API/SDK access" 3. Click on the "Create credentials" button 4. Fill in the "Application name" and "Redirect URL" (you can choose freely between which application name you want and can enter any URL) 5. Choose "Web application" and press "Save" 6. Now we have the "Client-ID" and "Client-Secret" from IBM to create the integration between IBM and txtplay
Part 2: How to create the txtplay integration with IBM
Part 2: 7. Fill in the credentials you received from "API/SDK access" in the txtplays IBM integration box, which you can find on the "Integrations" page in the txtplay app 8. Press "Create" and the integration is complete, now you can generate subtitles for your videos in IBM 9. Specific details on how to generate subtitles from txtplay in your IBM video platform are further explained below in "IBM integration workflow"
The solution can be set up in 10 minutes and is based on IBM API. We just need Client ID and Client-Secret. Subtitles are per default uploaded as a draft. This means that you need to publish it to have it visible in the player. This can of course be changed if needed so subtitles are auto-published. You can also set up the integration, so everything is automatically transcribed without adding custom fields based on the default language. Subtitle labels in the video player can be set up custom i.e. Danish as “Dansk” in the player.
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IBM integration workflow
To generate subtitles for your videos from txtplay into IBM you need to follow these steps: 1. In IBM, create a channel on the tab "Channels" (if you don't already have one) 2. Switch to the tab "Channel" -> "Videos" 3. Click on the "Upload" button 4. Wait for the video to upload 5. Back to tab "Channel" -> "Videos" 6. Choose an uploaded video from the list of videos 7. Click on the action menu (a small arrow on the right, appears after you point the mouse at the desired video) 8. Choose the edit option 9. On the tab that opens, click the button "Publish" (top right) 10. Сlick the button "Download video file..." (bottom right) 11. Get an alert to make the video downloadable, click "Ok" 12. After that, in around 2 minutes, a task will be created from the video using IBM-scheduler 13. The video is downloaded to txtplay in order to generate subtitles, the subtitles are then later automatically uploaded to your video without any action needed from your side
How to create the txtplay integration with IBM: Video tutorial