How to use Dropbox Replay with third-party integrations

Updated Mar 25, 2024

Dropbox Replay is a rich media review and approval tool that allows collaborators to mark up, comment, and finalize video, image, and audio projects. With Dropbox Replay integrations, you’re able to utilize the functions of Replay within multiple editing applications.

Try Dropbox Replay and easily manage your video, image, and audio projects, all in one place.

Below are the current applications offering integrations with Dropbox Replay. 

Adobe After Effects

This integration enables you to import active or queued compositions from Adobe After Effects into Dropbox Replay. From there you can add and reply to comments, and import these comments as markers back into Adobe After Effects. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and Adobe After Effects integration.

Adobe Premiere Pro

With the Dropbox Replay plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro, you get access to the full Dropbox Replay experience within Premiere Pro. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and Adobe Premiere Pro integration.

Avid Pro Tools

The Dropbox Replay integration for Avid Pro Tools will allow users to export mixed files directly into Replay for review, as well as import comments from Replay into Pro Tools sessions. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and Avid Pro Tools integration.

DaVinci Resolve from Blackmagic Design

Using the Dropbox Replay integration for DaVinci Resolve, you will be able to view and add comments that will sync-to-frame in Replay. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and DaVinci Resolve integration.

Apple Final Cut Pro

With this integration, you can synchronize file versions between Dropbox Replay and Final Cut Pro, allowing you to add, reply to, and resolve comments as well as synchronize playheads. You can also import Replay comments directly into the Final Cut Pro timeline as markers. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and Final Cut Pro integration.


With the LumaFusion iOS app, you can import videos directly from Dropbox Replay. From there, you can view and add comments. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and LumaFusion integration.

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Note: You don’t need to install the Replay integration in LumaFusion as it will be available by default.


With this integration, you will be able to export content from WeVideo directly to Dropbox Replay. You can easily edit and share videos and feedback, all in one place. Learn more about the Dropbox Replay and WeVideo integration.

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