iMovie allows you to create a video, make a storyboard and much more. If you want to share your video with family and friends, then you can upload video to Google Drive and share it. Make sure your video file is in the .wmv, .mov, .flv or mpeg4 formats. Google Drive accepts other file types as well, but these are most common. In iMovie, you can use the 'Share' menu and save the video in .mov or .flv formats. Uploading iMovie videos from your Mac to your Google Drive account is easy. In just few steps you can easily save & backup videos to Google Drive.
Following are the steps to Upload iMovie Videos to Google Drive:
- 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".
- Go to https://drive.google.com/ & sign in to your account. If you don't have an account, then create one.
- Download "Google Drive App" on your computer from the Apple App store & launch it.
- Open "Google Drive App" on your computer.
- Click "Upload" button located next to the create button. Select "File" option.
- A pop-up window opens up. Browse & select videos which you want to upload.
- Once your files are successfully uploaded, you will be prompted with a message that says "Upload complete".
Quick Tip to ensure your videos never go missing
Videos are precious memories and all of us never want to ever lose them to hard disk crashes or missing drives. PicBackMan is the easiest and simplest way to keep your videos safely backed up in one or more online accounts. Simply download PicBackMan (it's free!), register your account, connect to your online store and tell PicBackMan where your videos are - PicBackMan does the rest, automatically. It bulk uploads all videos and keeps looking for new ones and uploads those too. You don't have to ever touch it.
You can install PicBackMan's Google Drive uploader for Mac from the website and start backing up photos and videos.