Getting Started - Placing an order from Dropbox

 It’s easy to link your Dropbox account to Rev; you can upload videos from anywhere with Rev’s integrations with cloud storage systems. We accept all major video file formats and can output caption files in the format you need for your system.

 

After you’ve selected the “Get Started button to place an order the site will  prompt you to select the source of your video. You’ll choose the far left option, ‘upload files from your computer.’  Click the red button that says ‘upload files.’

On the choose file screen, you’ll have several options for uploading a video, listed to the left. Select Dropbox from the list. Then click the red ‘connect to Dropbox’ button that pops up in the center of the window. This will open a new tab or window where you will input your username and password. Next, you’ll click ‘accept’ to give permission for Rev to access your Dropbox. The tab will close and you’ll return to Rev.com.

You can now select files from your Dropbox account to upload to Rev. Note that in the upper right corner of the upload files window, you have the option to toggle between list and grid view of your Dropbox files, as well as a search option and the ability to only show video files or show all files. Double click on the file or files you wish to upload. The window changes to show a list of the files you’ve selected. You may upload up to five gigabytes worth of files at a time.

You may also upload files directly from your computer, by FTP, from any public web link, or from other cloud services such as OneDrive, Box, or Google Drive, all in the same upload, simply by selecting the appropriate options on the list. Click the links to find out more about how to do this.

Once you’re done selecting your videos, just click the upload button on the lower right to securely upload your files to our system and place your order.

For help placing your order, click here.

 

*Music "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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