To install Dropbox Capture:
When you first open Dropbox Capture, you’ll need to sign in using your Dropbox username and password. If you’re already logged into the Dropbox desktop app, you'll be automatically logged into Capture under this account.
Once opened, you can click “⁝” (vertical ellipsis) in the upper-right corner to access updates, preferences, product updates, help, and more.
Note: For those having issues installing Dropbox Capture on Windows, we recommend checking for system updates, then resetting your computer and attempting to install again. Alternatively, install Dropbox Capture from the Microsoft Store.
Windows users can close and relaunch Capture to update or click here to reinstall the application.
Mac users can click “⁝” (vertical ellipsis) in the top-right corner of the app and select Check for updates.
To access or edit keyboard shortcuts:
By default, the theme of Dropbox Capture will automatically match your computer. To change the theme to Light or Dark:
To add Capture to your Windows taskbar for quick access:
To add Capture to your macOS Dock for quick access:
You can add auto-generated closed captions to any videos you create using Dropbox Capture. Closed captions make your content more accessible to viewers, including those with hearing disabilities or who can’t play audio.
When you enable or disable captions, you’re enabling/disabling captions for all of your Dropbox Capture videos. To enable/disable captions for your videos:
Note: If you’re on a Dropbox team account and you don’t see the Generate closed captions setting, your admin has disabled captions.
When you’re watching a video, click CC in the lower right corner of the video player to turn captions on or off.
Note: In order to view captions, the person who created the video must have had Generate closed captions on at the time of recording.