There are currently two ways your can share your cinemagraphs on Pinterest. While we typically discourage using GIFs to display cinemagraphs on the web, Pinterest is an exception. There is currently no way to enable autoplay and loop functions on Pinterest which is why a GIF is currently the preferred format. Otherwise, you can upload your HD cinemagraph to a popular video sharing website such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, or TED and share the link.


Exporting GIFs in Cinemagraph Pro

Cinemagraph Pro for macOS

  1. Export your cinemagraph by selecting Export (⌘E) at the upper right corner of the app or under the File menu
  2. Under Format, select Animated GIF 
  3. Click Next and name your file

Cinemagraph Pro for iOS

  1. Go to your documents or tap on the back icon to exit the editor
  2. Tap the share icon
  3. Select Export Cinemagraph
  4. Select GIF under File Format 
  5. Select Save

Note: If you prefer to share the HD cinemagraph on a popular video sharing website, export in H.264 format. Because you won't be able to enable autoplay and loop functions, we recommend increasing the repetitions to equal 30 seconds or more.


Desktop

Click on the + icon at the lower left of the Pinterest homepage. Select Upload a Pin and then Choose a Photo to upload the GIF. If you want to share the link to your HD cinemagraph, select Save from a Website instead. Paste the URL of your cinemagraph on a popular video sharing website. Write a description and select the board you want to add your cinemagraph or create a new one. 


Mobile

Go to the profile icon, tap on the + icon and select Photo under Pin to upload the GIF. If you want to share the link to your HD cinemagraph, select Website. Paste the URL of your cinemagraph on a popular video sharing website. Write a description and select the board you want to add your cinemagraph or create a new one. 

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