Dropbox Replay is a multimedia collaboration tool that allows users to consolidate comments, provide feedback, and finalize audio, video, and image projects. It also integrates with Adobe Premiere Pro, Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve, and other editing software to provide access to feedback directly from your editing tools.
Ready to share, edit, and review video projects with your team? Get Dropbox Replay.
To upload an audio, video, or image file into Dropbox Replay:
Note: Drawing is only available for image and video files.
To create a new version of a file:
To share an audio, video, or image file in Dropbox Replay:
Note: Links to files will display the title of the file as well as a thumbnail preview and a short description of Dropbox Replay.
To share a project folder in Dropbox Replay:
To delete a file in Dropbox Replay:
To delete a version of a file in Dropbox Replay:
You can start a live review session to review audio and video files with collaborators in real-time. During a live review session, you can comment directly on the frame, as well as see what others are commenting. If you start a live review session for a video file, you and your collaborators can also draw on the frame and see what others are drawing. Anyone in the live review session can control audio or video playback. Learn more about live review sessions.
What happens if I delete the original audio, video, or image file from my Dropbox account?
Deleting the original audio, video, or image file in your Dropbox account won't have an effect on your Dropbox Replay project. The only way an audio, video, or image file (and its comments) can be deleted from Replay is by directly removing it from your Replay dashboard.
What happens if I rename or move the original audio, video, or image file in my Dropbox account?
Moving or renaming the original audio, video, or image file in Dropbox won't affect the file in Dropbox Replay.
Who will have access to the audio, video, or image file in Replay that I imported from Dropbox?
Those who have access to the file in Dropbox will automatically have access to the file in Dropbox Replay.
Are there any system requirements for Dropbox Replay?
Dropbox Replay runs through the internet browser on your desktop. To ensure the best experience, we recommend using Google Chrome. Read more about system requirements for Dropbox Replay.
Do I have to join a live review session to leave comments?
No, users don’t have to join a live session to make notes or post comments.
What does a “Shutdown in progress” error message mean?
This means the live review feature is down for maintenance. Maintenance usually takes 30-45 minutes.
I forgot to post my drawings, can I get them back?
Your drawings on videos will be saved as drafts, marked as empty circles on the video timeline that you can click to view. You can either Post drawing as comment by clicking the paper airplane icon or Delete drawing by clicking the trashcan icon.