Can you add an integration with flow?
Please add a Flow connector.
Joe Unsworth commented
Building on this feature request, the new implementation of Thumbnails in Stream on SharePoint is really nice (being able to select a frame in the playback window, and set this as the Thumbnail). However, what would be really incredible would be if we could implement this into any future Flow Connector. Ie. add an action whereby we can enter a specific timestamp, and have the frame shown at this timestamp be set as the thumbnail for the video. I produce tutorial videos for my organisation and every video has a title shown at around 6 seconds (following the intro animations). It's a bit tedious having to manually set each thumbnail for every video in every language, when they are always at the same exact timestamp. Currently I have a flow in place to update the video titles, descriptions, language codes, etc (based off data added to an Excel workbook) - but if I could set the thumbnails from this flow too, it would be a game changer.
I'm tired of having to go to each of my meeting recordings just so I can set the video language (so that Stream will generate captions), change the name from something generic ("Meeting in [channel name]") to at least show the meeting subject and/or date, and add it to a channel. This could be easily automated with a "When a video is created" trigger and an "Update video properties" action (and maybe "Add video to channel" action) in Power Automate.
For YouTube there are tons of flows: https://emea.flow.microsoft.com/nl-nl/connectors/shared_youtube/youtube/ while Stream is completly missing the mainstream.
Why is this not a thing already? :/ Microsoft employees talked about it years ago...