If you could integrate Envato elements, to pick the Stock footage and Elements for youtube, I would give my son your name...
That would be perfect........ i need this!
Can I use mit GPT 4,0 API key?
We can integrate Envato Elements into the software but right now it only have two stock footages services:Please tell me that there is somehow a good footage (espc. Audio) which can be flagged by youtube without copyrights.
I have an Evato Elements accounts, if there is a way to link it , this made my day.
Hey Buddy.We can integrate Envato Elements into the software but right now it only have two stock footages services:
audios are generated by text to speech services which are original and no copyright issues. but your content/text should not include inappropriate terms to be on safe side.
yes, you can use GPT 4.0 API key into software.
For TTS, we have 4 services 2 are free:Hey Buddy.
The only issue some people have is getting Red-flagged because of the music.
If it's not a big deal, I would appreciate an API connection to Envato Elements. I guess many people here are using it, according to the Marketplace.
For Pexels and Pixabay, I need to check the AI footage.
TTS is never an issue; I used Wells, said Labs. I remember. Was that also part of your software, or was it another good TTS?
A GPT 4.0 API key would be nice.
My only concern is copyright issues due to footage and music (especially) since those are checked.
But overall, I'm convinced. I'm probably inserting a few more information in the initial first post; then, I'm ready to press the buy button.
Rough estimation: how much is the cost per 10-minute Video?
Many thanks in advance!
Im not a dev, so dont know the effort behind API integration of such tools, ElevenLabs is a good one, probably there is a discount on Blackfriday, or maybe now.For TTS, we have 4 services 2 are free:
1) ElevenLabs (Paid),
2) Play.ht (Paid)
3) Microsoft Voices (Free+Paid)
4) VoiceLabs (Free)
Videos cost would vary much, most of the chunk of video cost goes to TTS if you use ElevenLabs, with there basic plan ($5 for 40k characters) would create 4-5 videos. with Free Text to speech and GPT 3.5 or BingChat videos will cost pennies. but GPT 4 can cost up to $0.5-$1 depending upon the plugin used.
1) We will look into Envato elements, we'll add it if there's an APIs for that.Im not a dev, so dont know the effort behind API integration of such tools, ElevenLabs is a good one, probably there is a discount on Blackfriday, or maybe now.
Ideas (of feasible):
- Envato Elements: Searching for keywords and the respective videos with licence -> ChatGPT can search for envato footage.
- Canva Pro: For Thumbnail - or how do you create it?
- I guess SEO optimization and uploading is a thing "newbies" could do with VidIQ; but those might be unnecessary costs.
with 7-8k chars I get almost a 10min video.
2 per Week would be perfect.
Plain Prompt without anything special; the downside is that adding a Catchy Headline is still impossible. But at least GPT4 can, by default, use DALL-E.1) We will look into Envato elements, we'll add it if there's an APIs for that.
2) We haven't added a thumbnail creator yet. we will be working on this soon.
3) Videos metadata are fully SEO optimized as it can be. you will not need to optimize it further.
We have DALL-E 3 support alreadyPlain Prompt without anything special; the downside is that adding a Catchy Headline is still impossible. But at least GPT4 can, by default, use DALL-E.
And for the Envato part, unfortunately, there is no Envato "Elements" API, Only Envato "Market".
We have inbuilt Pexels APIs which are good enough, We will look into Shutterstock soonAlternative: Shutterstock API =)
You can get it at $67 per month, from here:How much the subscription cost?
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