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Filmora Workspace for Mac
This guide teaches you how to co-create your video with your friends, clients, or colleagues in Filmora workspace.
Filmora workspace is an online platform that allows you to receive comments from others after sending them a link with some permissions. Also, you can leave a comment on other people's videos.
As a video designer, you might sometimes feel confused about how to improve some parts of your video. Now, a solution comes as Filmora workspace offers you a co-creation platform. Here you can share the link created automatically with some people, inviting them to give some feedback and modify the clip accordingly.
The content below introduces how to launch the workspace of Filmora in macOS.
Step 1: Log in or create your account
After launching the application, you need to log in first when you want to use this feature for the first time. If you don't have an account, use your email address to create one.
Step 2: Activate Filmora workspace
In the top right corner of the interface, find the Transfer Center icon, as marked in the below image, and click it. Then, as prompted, you can find Filmora.io here. Click Go experience it to have a try.
The following contents are about the features you can see in the workspace interface.
Media Files is the place where your videos will be displayed. You can drag or drop a file from your computer to this section.
After that, right-click the video you need, then you are allowed to View, Share, Rename, Download, or see its Details.
Then, you can share it with friends or comment on others' clips.
Click Share to create a link automatically that you can send to others. You can choose from sharing Without Password and With Password.
- If you need a password, the system will give you a secure and uneditable Access code.
- Besides that, you can set the expiration of the link, including 1 day, 7 days, 30 days, or Never.
- Plus, you can adjust the Permission of the video, including Download and Comment.
This feature is where to comment on the video. Comments can be made based on the exact time of the video or the Overall video. Not only can you send your own opinions, but you can also view your friends' feedback from whom you have sent the link.
This section is to show your exported videos uploaded in Filmora.
Here is to show the project files that you've uploaded to Filmora.
All the recordings of your shared videos will appear here. You can view these videos, copy the link again, or change the settings of the link if you need.
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