Whether you’re creating content for a client or need to post your cinemagraph from another device, there are many ways you can share your files. 

If you’re sending a cinemagraph to another person, such as a client or colleague, we recommend using Dropbox, Google Drive, or another cloud storage service of your choice. If the file is small enough, you can upload it directly to an email but it may fail if it exceeds the maximum size for either email provider. 

If you’re sending a cinemagraph to a personal or nearby device, we recommend using AirDrop, iCloud, or another cloud storage service of your choice. Continue reading to learn how to transfer your cinemagraphs to another device via Dropbox, AirDrop and iCloud. 


Dropbox

Dropbox is a file hosting service which allows you to store content in the cloud. Dropbox can be downloaded from their website here. Follow the steps below to upload cinemagraphs to Dropbox from Cinemagraph Pro for macOS.

  1. Select Export in Cinemagraph Pro or use the keyboard shortcut ⌘E (Command-E)
  2. Optimize your cinemagraph for an export destination or choose your settings
  3. When prompted to save your document, select Dropbox under the location dropdown menu


AirDrop

Airdrop allows you to share content to nearby macOS and iOS devices. To enable AirDrop on your Mac, open Finder and go to AirDrop or use the keyboard shortcut ⇧⌘R (Shift-Command-R). Under ‘Allow me to be discovered by’ select Everyone. To enable AirDrop on iOS, go to Settings > General > AirDrop and select Everyone. Follow the steps below to AirDrop cinemagraphs from your Mac. 

  1. Select Export in Cinemagraph Pro or use the keyboard shortcut ⌘E (Command-E)
  2. Locate the file on your Mac
  3. Open Finder and go to AirDrop or use the keyboard shortcut ⇧⌘R
  4. Drag and drop the file onto the device you want to send it to


iCloud

Mac
iCloud is used to store data and keep your content updated across all devices. To enable iCloud Drive on your Mac, open System Preferences and check iCloud Drive. Follow the steps below to export your document to iCloud in Cinemagraph Pro for macOS.

  1. Select Export in Cinemagraph Pro or use the keyboard shortcut ⌘E (Command-E)
  2. Optimize your cinemagraph for an export destination or choose your settings
  3. When prompted to save your document, select iCloud Drive under the location dropdown menu

Windows & Android
You can access your files by signing into your account on icloud.com. When visiting icloud.com on Android, tap on the more icon in the browser and request the desktop site. Windows users can also download iCloud for Windows.

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