Whether you’re a professional filmmaker or just pulling something together for a presentation, creating videos can be a long process. Going from the first shot to final cut can be a long a process, but you don’t have to go it alone. These three Dropbox-connected apps will help you take your raw footage and turn it into a fully polished video ready for all the world to see.
In the creative fields, it’s often said that you’re only as good as your last piece of work. By these standards, Wondersauce — a New York-based digital design and development agency that consistently delivers award-winning work for clients like HBO, Nike, Stella Artois, Gap, John Mayer, and The New York Times — isn’t just good. It’s wonderful. Producing great work, though, isn’t the only thing that drives the independent shop. For Wondersauce, the secret to design success lies in making the creative journey as smooth as possible.
Sharing doesn’t always mean collaborating. Sometimes you need to send someone a file or folder, but you don’t want them to be able to change your version — like when you’re sharing a completed report with coworkers, or you’re sending a prospective customer a sales sheet. That’s when you need a shared link, and this short video tutorial explains how they work.
Dropbox for Business offers a couple different sharing options, one of which is called shared folders. They can be a powerful collaboration tool, so we’ve put together a short video tutorial to help you get the most out of them.
What does it take to bring a vision to life? Pipers Design, an international design studio based in London, helps architects and developers turn ideas into reality. They build physical models, websites, apps, and exhibitions to help communicate complex real estate projects in a way that all stakeholders can understand. That means working with tens of thousands of constantly changing files.
It’s always been our mission to make Dropbox for Business the best place to get work done. That means helping you be productive whether you’re in the office or on the go — even in the native applications that power your business. Today, we’re delivering the first phase of Project Harmony to our Dropbox for Business early access program, giving you a new way to collaborate right from the apps that power your work.