How to use Dropbox Replay with DaVinci Resolve

Dropbox Replay is currently in beta and is subject to additional terms.

Dropbox Replay is an audio and video collaboration tool that allows users to consolidate comments, provide feedback, and finalize audio and video projects. With the Dropbox Replay integration with DaVinci Resolve, you’re able to utilize the functions of Replay within DaVinci Resolve.

Note: The Dropbox Replay integration is only available in DaVinci Resolve Studio and isn’t available in the free DaVinci Resolve download.

How to connect to Dropbox Replay in DaVinci Resolve

To open and connect to Dropbox Replay in DaVinci Resolve:

  1. Open DaVinci Resolve.
  2. Open your DaVinci Resolve preferences.
  3. Click the System tab.
  4. Click Internet Accounts in the column on the left.
  5. Next to Dropbox, click Sign In.
    • A new browser window will open.
  6. Sign in with your Dropbox credentials.
  7. Click Allow to connect DaVinci Resolve to your Dropbox account.
  8. Return to DaVinci Resolve and click Save.

Once you connect your Dropbox account, you’ll be automatically logged in the next time you open DaVinci Resolve.

How to upload to Dropbox Replay from DaVinci Resolve

You can upload an audio or video file to Dropbox Replay from DaVinci Resolve. To do this:

  1. Open your project in DaVinci Resolve.
  2. Click Workspace in the menubar at the top.
  3. Under Switch to Page, select Deliver.
  4. In the Render Settings, click Dropbox Replay.
  5. Choose your render preferences.
  6. In the Render Queue, click the project you’d like to render.
  7. Click Render.

The next time you open Dropbox Replay, you’ll see your exported file from DaVinci Resolve in your account.

How to add Dropbox Replay comments in DaVinci Resolve

To add a Dropbox Replay comment in DaVinci Resolve:

  1. Move the playhead to the frame where you’d like to leave a comment.
  2. Click the arrow next to the marker icon in the toolbar.
  3. Select Dropbox from the dropdown.
  4. Click the marker you just placed.
  5. Type your comment in the window that appears.
  6. Click Save.

When you open that audio or video file in Dropbox Replay, you’ll see the comment you posted in DaVinci Resolve. If you delete a Dropbox Replay comment in DaVinci Resolve, the comment will be deleted in Dropbox Replay as well, and vice versa.

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