If you want to backup iMovie videos to Google Photos, then you need to export them to Mac and then upload them to Google Photos account. There are two ways to upload videos to Google Photos account. You can either upload photos at https://photos.google.com/ using web browser or you can use "Google Photos Desktop Uploader". If you want to use "Google Photos Desktop Uploader", then you need to download and install it on your Mac. Following is the step by step process to show you how to backup iMovie videos to Google Photos on Mac using the desktop uploader:
Following are the steps to Backup iMovie Videos to Google Photos on Mac:
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- Open "iMovie" on your computer.
- Select the video which you want to upload.
- Click "Share" menu bar.
- Select "Export Movie" option.
- Enter file name in "Export As" field. Choose the location to save the video and an export size.
- Click "Export" button.
- Exit "iMovie".
- Download and Install "Google Photos Desktop Uploader" on your computer.
- Sign in to your Google account.
- Select the folder where you have downloaded videos from Amazon S3.
- During setup, you must choose a the size i.e "High quality" or "Original".
- Click "Start Backup" button.
- Click "Ok" button.
- If you want to view uploaded videos, then click "Google Photos" icon on your Mac computer and then click "View Uploaded videos" option.
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