How to Move Videos from Dropbox to Flickr?

Flickr is one of the most popular and widely used photo & video sharing website in the world. When you upload photos and videos to Flickr, it will store into sequential 'Photostram'. Photostreams can be displayed as a "Justified view", a "Slideshow", a "Detail view" or a "datestamped archive". It provides a code to embed photos, videos andalbums into blogs, forums and websites. Flickr albums are organized into 'Collections'. It allows you to apply Geotagging to your photos in albums. Dropbox is a popular cloud storage service and it offers 2 GB of storage space to store photos, videos and files. Flickr offers 1 TB of free storage space to store photos and videos. If you have more photos and videos to keep backup, then you can use Flickr to backup photos and videos. You can move photos and videos from Dropbox to Flickr using computer with simple steps.

Here are the steps to Move Videos from Dropbox to Flickr:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Select the videos that you wish to download.
  3. Click "Download" button located at the top of the window.
  4. Your browser prompts you to save .zip file, then click "Save" and specify a location to download. The downloaded zip file will contain all the videos from the Dropbox album.
  5. Your videos will now be downloaded to computer.
  6. Go to & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
  7. Click "Upload" button located at the top of the window.
  8. Click "Choose photos & videos" button to upload videos.
  9. A "File upload" window opens up. Browse & select videos that you want to upload.
  10. Click "Open" button.
  11. You have another option to upload the videos i.e "Drag-and-drop". Here you can simply drag your videos directly from your computer to a location in your Flickr account.
  12. This is how you can move videos from Dropbox to Flickr.

You can install PicBackMan's Flickr uploader for Mac from the website and start backing up photos and videos.

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