MediaSilo is a cloud-based media asset management and collaboration platform designed for creative professionals and media teams. It provides a secure and centralized hub for storing, organizing, and sharing digital media files, such as videos, images, and documents.
With MediaSilo, users can easily access their media assets from anywhere, collaborate with team members in real-time, and streamline their workflows. The platform offers advanced features like version control, metadata tagging, and customizable permissions to ensure efficient project management. MediaSilo also integrates with popular editing software and supports seamless file sharing, making it a comprehensive solution for media production and distribution.
You can find more details and the supported operations on MediaSilo | qibb Catalog.
How to get started with MediaSilo integration
Before you get started using MediaSilo integration please make sure that you have the needed permission for the operations. Here you can find MediaSilo’s API Documentation.
You will need an API Key for authentication; you can get your API Key from your MediaSilo account.
Go to qibb Workflow Editor, open Node Catalog in the right sidebar, and install MediaSilo node by clicking on the + button.
Drag any of the available MediaSilo nodes from the left sidebar and place them in your flow.
Enter your API Key in the Advanced/Security field of the node and start using the integration!
Importing flow examples of a node
Once you've successfully installed a node from the qibb catalog, you can easily import example flows that showcase how the nodes can be used. These example flows are directly accessible within the Flow Editor and are designed to guide users with helpful hints, including how to configure mandatory parameters and credentials.
Here's how to import examples:
In the top right corner of the Flow Editor, click on the menu icon.
Select Import to open the Import Dialog.
Click on the Examples tab.
Choose an example from the list.
Confirm your selection by clicking on the Import button.
By following these steps, you are now ready to make basic API calls using the provided examples. For further exploration of what’s possible, you can find more complex examples in the Flow Catalog.