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Automatically Determine Time Stamps
Hi Community, For my Skool group, I am recording 4-5 Live Calls a week that range from 30 mins to 1 hour. I am looking for an AI tool that could generate relevant time stamps for my team of editors to go into the videos and clip 8-15 clips for Short Form videos that we can cross post across platforms. Does anyone have experience or tips for this? Thank you!
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Automatically Determine Time Stamps
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I'm really interested in this too. I have used's Magic Clips feature and Opus Clip, but I'd love to find a way to do this myself using Make. I currently run a scenario using Chat GPT 4o that generates chapter markers for our podcast, but I'm hoping to adapt it (maybe in conjunction with a trained GPT assistant) to accomplish this. Jack Roberts has a video about creating short form video scripts based on content (including a virality scoring component) that would interesting to incorporate into a scenario using your own content.
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@Jody Livingston You are correct! They both have features that will generate show notes. They work okay, but the primary reasons I want to build my own system are... 1. Generating show notes in Riverside requires a higher level plan and if I wanted timestamps specifically, I'd need to make sure I edited the show in Riverside (which is not a great experience yet). 2. Descript has their new "Underlord" feature, but it is relatively new and will also require a higher tier plan soon. The overarching reason is that I want a bit more control to be able to better influence the output. Building this as a Make scenario where I can leverage different LLMs, feed it more context, and eventually train my own GPT assistant to use will make it better over time for my content. This will allow me to use this same workflow with other types of long form content (videos, audio files, or articles) and unify a process so it is a bit more platform agnostic. That is the hope at least.
Welcome! Introduce Yourself HERE 🔥
Hi! Welcome to the Content Academy. This community is designed to help you build a profitable content strategy, efficient team & automated content process. Step 1: Introduce yourself in THIS THREAD below! (✄ copy/paste template 👇) Where are you from? What are you working on? What immediate help do you need? Step 2: Read the rules and checkout our free courses and paid programs
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Welcome! Introduce Yourself HERE 🔥
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@Pq Quarles Welcome! Let's expand that financial freedom so you can get out of LA! 😁 JK. LA is great, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. Best of luck!
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@Pq Quarles haha. Yup down here in SD it’s great. Not sure why you ended up there, but for me it was school, art, and music. Served its purpose for the season but was glad to move south 😊
DM instead of "link in bio": how about YOUTUBE?? (no DM's)
so we all understand the idea behind making posts on IG (or Facebook) asking our audience to DM us. Something like "if you want this masterclass for free DM 'masterclass' and i'll send you the link." The purpose is to initiate a conversation through DM. ➡️ But what if YOUTUBE is your biggest platform? There are no DM's on youtube, you cannot directly reach out to a youtube user, and you can't have a private conversation. So what alternative you have to **link in bio** ?
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@Gert Leroy you are welcome. Again, it’s all about testing. You never know what offer is going to resonate with your audience or what is going to be a good fit for any particular video. Creating high value offers can sometimes take some time, so it might be worth investing in one really good offer, or (like @Stephen G. Pope does) house a lot of your resources within a bigger consolidated offer like a community to start. Once you have that established, testing smaller transitional offers or big launches might make sense. Tested out, and please keep us posted as you experiment and learn more.
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@Gert Leroy Nice!
🟢 Trigger Scenarios from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac
If you have an Apple device (not just an iPhone) and an Open API Key, this shortcut is for you... This shortcut can be used in workflows like these that @Stephen G. Pope has shared: There are benefits to using a "watch" folder or slack channel trigger in, but this offers another solution if you want something instantaneous that doesn't burn through executions. ❓How do we do this? Webhooks... This is a continuation of another post that I shared last week... but much more streamlined. 📋 This shortcut will... 1. Take a voice memo (or any other supported media file*) 2. Transcribe the audio using whisper (Open AI) 3. Pass the transcript along via webhook to another tool for further transformation ...All without having to open up separate apps or a browser. 💾 Download the shortcut to your iPhone, Mac, or iPad (or even Apple Watch... I think) here: (File is also included below 👇) 🎥 Here is a video walkthrough of how this works: I added a bunch of comments to the shortcut too. *Whisper Limitations: - Maximum content size limit: 25 MB - Supported formats: flac, m4a, mp3, mp4, mpeg, mpga, oga, ogg, wav, webm (So this means you could even send short mp4 videos too) PS: You will have to accept permissions to send data to OpenAI the first time you run the shortcut on a new device. Also, your phone will display a small popup while the shortcut is running, but you can still navigate your phone while you wait for Whisper to do its thing. PPS: You can adapt this shortcut to execute additional OpenAI requests or send other data via the webhook, but I wanted to keep it simple since this is a pretty common use case.
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🟢 Trigger Scenarios from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac
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@Ryan Gray I’ll have to check it out! Thanks
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@Maxime Warnault Awesome! Love the focused homescreen 🔥 What do each of your shortcuts do? I'd love to learn more.
Managing Content For Multiple Clients In Airtable
For those that manage content for multiple clients, how do you do it? Do you set up an Airtable base for each client? Do you get the client to set one up in their account and invite you? Or do you create a sort of 'mega base' for all your clients separated out by views? (But then they wouldn't be able to edit the content in there)
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I think it really depends on how you have your business and workflows set up. I'd imagine it would be much easier for you (or the project/database manager) to manage everything if it was consolidated into one base.. maybe with a brand table that you could reference as a linked record in your primary content table. Especially if you are using similar workflows, content types, etc... It makes sense to keep them together instead of recreating them across a bunch of bases... that just sounds like a maintenance nightmare. You could create views for each client and even share forms or view only views for them to interact with their content records. @Stephen G. Pope 's #Kontent Engine DB™️ Extreme does this really well if you are not wanting to reinvent the wheel, and want to get a massive head start. I spun my wheels for a good month or so trying to build my DB from scratch and finally pulled the trigger. My only regret is not doing it sooner.
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@Emma Wolno I don’t run an agency, but from what I understand about how @Stephen G. Pope has set it up is so that you can create limited permission views for clients and the ability to pull copy into a record (so it becomes searchable). Not sure that solves your exact challenges, but maybe SGP can speak to it more.
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