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Integrations / Video source options
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Written by Robert Blessing
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Vimeo (native integration)

We integrate with Vimeo's API so that you can use your Vimeo Videos and Playlists easily to create your own Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku App.

Gumlet

Use the Playback URL to integrate your Gumlet videos: simply copy and paste the Playback URL of your Gumlet videos to Tappla and that's it. (Gumlet provides these URLs in HLS format - what we need).

ScaleEngine

ScaleEngine puts your live streams and on-demand videos in a JSON feed. It's part of all pricing plans of ScaleEngine - so even with the BASIC plan for $25, you'll get the JSON feed that you can use to build your own Apple TV app with Tappla and your own Roku Channel with Direct Publisher.

Your Roku JSON feed URL from ScaleEngine looks like this:

https://username-cdn.secdn.net/sf3b82.json

Copy and paste this feed URL to your Tappla Dashboard. Tappla will identify the necessary elements from your ScaleEngine Roku feed to create the Apple TV app.

BoxCast

BoxCast gives you the option to generate a Roku Direct Publisher JSON feed. You should get from Boxcast a feed URL looking like this:

https://syndication.boxcast.com/direct-publisher/o9sdfdsasfsadfasfda0asdfasfd.json

Copy and paste this feed URL to your Tappla Dashboard. Tappla will identify the necessary elements from your Boxcast feed to create the Apple TV app.

To get the JSON feed from BoxCast, see their help article - important is that when you generate your feed in BoxCast, you click on Other Integrations, then on "RSS, MRSS or JSON feed" and then select as feed type "Roku Direct Publisher".

Streamhoster

Streamhoster provides you with feeds for Roku and Fire TV. Copy and paste your Roku feed URL and paste it into your Tappla dashboard. Tappla will use the video content in your feed to create your Apple TV app. All changes you make in Streamhoster are then automatically synchronized in your Apple TV app.

DynTube

DynTube provides you with feeds for Roku and Fire TV (see their documentation for more info on how to get the feed). Just copy and paste your Roku feed URL and paste it into your Tappla dashboard.

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