When you upload a cinemagraph to your Flixel gallery, you can enter a caption and select a privacy setting to determine who can view it on flixel.com. These settings, along with others, can be updated anytime on your flixel.com profile. Go to your profile and select the cinemagraph you want to change the settings for. Select Edit to update your settings and Save Changes when complete. Continue reading to learn more about the settings you can manage on your Flixel profile. 

Privacy

If your cinemagraph is set to PUBLIC:

  • it can be shared in Flixel galleries and social networks
  • it can be shared using the embed code (unless hidden) and URL 
  • viewers can see it on your public profile

If your cinemagraph is set to SHAREABLE:

  • it will not appear in Flixel galleries and social networks 
  • it can be shared using the embed code (unless hidden) and URL 
  • viewers will not see it on your public profile

If your cinemagraph is set to PRIVATE

  • it will not appear in Flixel galleries and social networks
  • it cannot be shared using the URL or embed code 
  • only you will be able to see it on your profile


Show Embed

When you upload a cinemagraph, the embed code is available to viewers. Uncheck Show Embed to hide the embed code from visitors. Your monthly embed allowance will be affected if a visitor embeds your cinemagraph to another website or blog.


Embed Target URL

Business plan subscribers can apply custom links to embedded cinemagraphs. When a viewer clicks on an embedded cinemagraph, they are redirected to the embed target URL. By default, the embed target URL is a unique flixel.com URL. Enter a new URL or select No Link if you don’t want the cinemagraph to be clickable. 


Show Social Sharing

When you upload a cinemagraph, social sharing is available to viewers. Uncheck Show Social Sharing if you don’t want your cinemagraphs to be shared on connected social networks.


Business plan subscribers can apply custom watermarks to uploaded cinemagraphs. Go to Adding Watermarks to Uploaded Cinemagraphs to learn how to add watermarks to your cinemagraphs.

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