Missing value of required parameter 'url' on scenario template

I’m trying to make the “Generate LinkedIn draft posts from TikTok videos with ChatGPT” scenario. I tried both the template and the doing it from scratch with the tutorial. LINK : https://www.make.com/en/use-cases/how-to-repurpose-tiktok-videos

On step 6 of the tutorial, I need to “just map the data:music:uri item from the previous HTTP module’s output to the URL field”, but that variable does not show up it the list, so I can’t map it.

I understand that the problem is probably coming from the previous module, but it’s from make.com template’s. Could it be the API key given in the tutorial? Do I need to create my own?

I’m on a core plan and I’m a beginner, this is actually my first scenario ever. Thank you for your help!

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I don’t see the value of {{ 5.data.data.music.uri }} anywhere in your screenshots. Could it actually be empty/missing?

Please provide the input/output bundles of the modules by running the scenario, then click the white speech bubble on the top-right of each module, save the contents as a bundle.json file, and upload it here into this discussion thread:


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Hi, thanks for your help! No, you won’t see that value because it’s missing from the list, I wasn’t able to map it.

Instructions from the tutorial (what I’m supposed to be mapping)

And here are the variables that I get

Let me see if I can download the modules content.

Please ignore the error in the 6th module, I know it’s not retrieving data properly in the 4th an 5th module.

4th module Input
bundle.json (1004 Bytes)

4th module output
bundle.json (1.1 KB)

5th module input
bundle.json (533 Bytes)

5th module output
bundle.json (273.5 KB)

Thank you so much!

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Thanks to your screenshots, I can see that the HTTP module is actually returning an error.

Whenever you are using the HTTP module, you should toggle advanced settings on, and ensure that the “Evaulate all states” setting is set to “Yes”.

For more information about this setting, see https://www.make.com/en/help/tools/http#make-a-request-935242

Please do this and post a screenshot of the full error message here.


Ok, I did what you suggested, ran the scenario, but I still don’t have the data:music:uri, still get the 403 error… Which API are we talking about here, the RapidAPIGetMP3?

Yes, the RapidAPIGetMP3 HTTP module needs to be set the same way too - the error is coming from there.


Well, it’s from the scenario template and I used the guided setup and there was nothing to modify on the http modules. The tutorial does not mention the advanced settings. I did it, as per your instructions, but it’s still not working (403 You are not subscribed to this API). This is what I don’t understand, it should work fine when I use the Guided Setup. What does that mean that I am not subscribed to the API? The key was provided by make.com, this is not my key, so do I need to make one? If that’s the case, that was not mentioned in the tutorial.

Hi @Melanie_Lavigueur, then in that case it looks like Make cancelled their RapidAPI subscription.


You can get around this by signing up for your own free RapidAPI account


Then go to your Apps page

Click “Add New App” and create it

Then, copy your RapidAPI key here


Then go to the “TikTok - Download video no watermark” API page, navigate to the “Pricing” tab, and click the blue Subscribe button on the appropriate plan.


Thank you, the HTTP modules are now working, except now, I get an error in the transcript module. * The operation failed with an error. [400] Invalid file format. Supported formats: [‘flac’, ‘m4a’, ‘mp3’, ‘mp4’, ‘mpeg’, ‘mpga’, ‘oga’, ‘ogg’, ‘wav’, ‘webm’]. From what I read, I need to first upload the file to Google Drive. But do I need to do it before I send it to the API module? If so, would the Google Drive module go before or after the BinaryGetter (HTTP) module? Thanks.

No problem, glad I could help!

That looks like a different error/issue now that it’s not related to the API key.

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Hello @Melanie_Lavigueur @samliew

First of all, it’s fantastic to see that you managed to get things up and running together. Awesome work :clap:

Secondly, I wanted to say thank you for pointing out the outdated info in the tutorial on our blog. :arrow_down:

I just wanted to let you know that thanks to your valuable feedback, we changed the article so that it is up-to-date.

Thanks again :pray: