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Getting Started: What other ways can I integrate with integrations explained

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Updated over a week ago integrations are all about connecting with creative tools to improve your workflow even more. There are a number of creative software and programs that can be linked up to get the job done. Here are just a few examples:

NLE extensions

Our most popular integration is the NLE extension inside of some of the most popular video editing platforms, including Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro X, and DaVinci Resolve. Our extension brings the full web app experience where video editors work from the most so that they can collaborate with their team without ever switching between their program and the browser. Make it easy to view feedback from any on-going projects inside the extension and link the comment markers directly to its timeline to see the feedback exactly where edits are needed. Transfer App

We also recommend downloading the Transfer app, available for Mac and PC, for bulk web app uploads. This companion desktop app pairs with the web app as a hub for easy uploading and downloading and is great for managing existing files. If you thought the web app was fast, Transfer is actually the fastest way of uploading and downloading media to and from


Looking for a connection with other software to that we haven't built yet? We highly recommend checking out our Zapier page. Zapier has a library of over 3,000 apps, such as YouTube, Asana, and Airtable, that will allow you to create connections that can automate your day-to-day tasks and custom build workflows with that otherwise wouldn't be possible. Setup requires no coding experience and can be completed in minutes.

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