UBot Studio X is here! Check out this video:
UBot Studio has built in support for the Google Sheets and Gmail, with more Google API commands on the way.
However, in order to use them, you’ll first need your own Google API Key. It’s a bit of a process, but you only have to do it once.
This video will show you step by step, start to finish, how to get your own Google API keys.
For almost a decade, UBot Studio has been a standalone web automation platform—the best on the market.
But soon, it will become a whole lot more.
When we release Ubot Studio X later this month, you’ll be able to control more than just the built-in UBot Studio browser.
UBot Studio X will turn your favorite browser into a web automation powerhouse by adding the ability to use Chrome, Firefox, or PhantomJS right inside of UBot Studio X—without needing to learn any new, complicated commands.
Without rewriting any of your bots, you’ll now be able to choose from Chrome, Firefox, or PhantomJS right inside of UBot Studio.
Work with all the core commands, native UBot Studio selectors, and UBot Studio AI.
There’s nothing new to learn—just a simple way to triple your automation power.
We’ve been eXcited about this for a long time., but keeping it quiet until we were almost ready. People have been asking for a long time if we could add this feature—and we wanted to get it right. So we spent the last year working on it, and updating the UBot Studio core, and now that it’s done I couldn’t be more proud.
UBot Studio X will have the power, flexibility, and stability you need to take on any automation task in 2019 and beyond.
It’s time to bring out the big guns, and use up to 4 different browsers to automate the web—all with the easiest to use, most powerful web automation platform on the market.
UBot Studio X: Coming September 2018.
Audio editing is now inside UBot Studio (for subscribers)!
A few months ago we released new Video Commands into the Bot Bank. Well, now they have a companion: Audio Commands!
As we mentioned then, online video content is now more important than ever. In a recent poll, 37% of marketers said visual marketing was the second most important form of content for their business. The only item on the list that was more important in the survey was blogging, and it came in just one percent higher at 38%.
What makes your video even better? Great audio! And of course, you can use audio entirely on its own, and these new commands make it easy to, for example, put together a bot that turns your written content directly into audio, with the new speech to text command.
How might you use these new audio commands?
- Turn your old blog posts into videos without “saying” a word. Use the new video commands to make videos out of a few relevant images, and narrate them with the SaveTexttoSpeechAudio.
- Combine the narration with music to make it more interesting using the
adjustAudioVolume and superimposeAudio commands.
- Take the audio out of old videos that you’ve made, superimpose music onto the audio, and turn it into podcasts. You can even set album art for your mp3 files so they upload directly to a platform like Soundcloud in a nice, neat format.
Take a look at this simple example. I think the new SaveTexttoSpeechAudio command is going to be a popular one. I used it to create the wav file at the top of this page. It works exactly like you’d expect:
You can also drop a variable into that textbox, so it could more cleanly narrate an entire page of text if you’d like, or whatever you’ve entered into the variable.
I’m going to add this wav to the video I’d created before, which I’d added music to.
First, I’ll download that video with the Download youtube video command:
Then, I’ll extract the audio from that video file with the new audio command “extract audio from video”.
Simple! Now to combine the two pieces of audio (the text-to-speech narration and the previous audio inside the video).
And lastly, add that new audio back into the video: