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Does Alteryx have a way to deal with a file type that doesn't show up in the Input or Dynamic Input tools?
I recently used Azure APIs to translate text and do sentiment analytics which I thought was massively powerful. I would now like to see if I could use Azure APIs to transcribe audio, however I don't know how to simply convert an audio file to a json payload because I don't know how to input an audio file.
Thanks for the guidance. This was actually quite easy. The hardest part was working how exactly to call the API. It would be great if Alteryx published some download tool configurations for popular APIs.
Now I just need to figure out how to convert my mp3/m4a files to wav as required by the API. Hopefully I can download a desktop program and use the run command.
The program I use for my audio processing isAudacity. Free and very well regarded and supported. I believe it has command line/scripting options that will convert to wav. If notffmpeg( also free and good) should be able to it.