How to Upload iMovie Videos to Dropbox on iPad?

Saving an iMovie videos to your Dropbox account is easy. When you create a video on an iPad, there are many ways to share it with others. You can also share your video to online publishing sites like Vimeo, Youtube and much more. If you want to upload videos to Dropbox from iMovie, then first download that video to camera roll on your iPad. Dropbox has a feature 'Camera Upload' that allows Dropbox to sweep the Photo Roll of an iPad. You can share Dropbox photos and videos via a link in an email.

Here are the steps to Upload iMovie Videos to Dropbox on iPad:

  1. Open iMovie on your iPad.
  2. Select the video which you want to upload.
  3. Tap "Share" button.
  4. A pop-up window opens up. Tap "Save Video" button.
  5. Choose the size of video to download.
  6. You will get a message that "The movie was exported to your camera roll". Tap "Ok" button.
  7. Go to & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
  8. Download "Dropbox App" on your iPad from the Apple App store & launch it.
  9. Open "Dropbox App" on your iPad.
  10. Tap the "..." (3 horizontal dots) button located at the top-right corner on the screen.
  11. Tap "Upload (+)" from the menu.
  12. Tap "Camera Roll".
  13. A "Camera Roll" window opens up & select the videos (which you wish to upload).
  14. Tap "Upload" button.
  15. All your videos will now be uploaded to DropBox.

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