The /google/store Robot
We export to the storage platform of your choice.
/google/store Robot exports encoding results to Google Storage.
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GeneralSpecifies which Step(s) to use as the input to this Robot.
Special Step namesA special Step name is
Providing several Steps as inputYou can add arrays to
Step bundlingSome Robots can gather several Step results for a single invocation. For example, the /file/compress Robot would normally create one Zip file for each file passed to it. If you'd set
This is a crucial parameter for the /video/adaptive Robot, otherwise you'll generate 1 playlist for each viewing quality.
Keep in mind that all input Steps must be present in your Template. If one of them is missing, no result is generated because the Robot waits indefinitely for all input Steps to be finished.
Group by originalSticking with the /file/compress Robot example, you can set
DemoSee a demo for the
||(required) String||Create a new Google service account.
Set its role to "Storage Object Creator". Choose "JSON" for the key file format and download
it to your computer. You will need to upload this file when creating your Template Credentials.
Go back to your Google credentials project and enable the "Google Cloud Storage JSON API" for it. Wait around ten minutes for the action to propagate through the Google network. Grab the project id from the drop down menu in the header bar on the Google site. You will also need it later on.
Now you can set up the storage.objects.create and storage.objects.delete permissions. The latter is optional and only required if you intend to overwrite existing paths.
Then create your associated Template Credentials in your Transloadit account and use the name of your Template Credentials as this parameter's value.
||The path at which the file is to be stored. This may include any available Assembly Variables.|
||The permissions used for this file. This can be
Our /google/store Robot can be used in combination with other Robots, to create powerful workflows unique to your use case. Here are a few example scenarios that you can try live on our website:
Blog posts about the /google/store Robot
We wrote the following posts about the /google/store Robot on our blog:
- Re-loadit: the /google/store Robot March 1, 2019
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You can easily combine Robots to create powerful workflows, unique to your business.
This is the power of Transloadit.