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Upload Image files

Cincopa allows you to upload your image files/pictures to your Cincopa account.

Choose your preferred upload method. Cincopa makes great effort to allow you the most convenient upload methods. You can upload your files in a regular way by dragging your files from PC or you can choose to upload your photos directly from your Facebook or Instagram account, upload from Dropbox, etc.

Please note that you don’t need to resize and convert your images files. Cincopa platform does that for you. Just upload your files.

  • Free account users can upload up to 400MB of files ( up to 100MB for a single file).
  • Premium users can increase the amount of storage, upload, and traffic quota using various Cincopa subscription plans

How to upload an image file into your Cincopa Account?

There are two different scenarios where you can upload your image file to your Cincopa Account:

1. How to Upload an image file in your assets library?

2. How to upload an image in an image gallery?

How to Upload an image file in your assets library?

Once you access your Cincopa account click on Assets

Once you are in the Assets page click on Upload Files

Next, you will be redirected to uploading options:

Multiple Files Uploader

Upload files directly from any browser, there is no need to install anything on your browser or PC.

  1. Use the “Upload multiple files” options from the menu (this is the default option).
  2. Click on “Choose file” button
  3. Mark the files you wish to upload by pressing the “Ctrl” key while choosing multiple files.
  4. Upload files

Drag and Drop Upload

Drag and drop upload is the easiest way to transfer videos and images from your computer to your Cincopa cloud-drive. Drag-and-drop upload requires you to mark the files you wish to upload by pressing the “Ctrl” key while choosing multiple files. Drag the files, drop them in the designated area, and you are ready to go.

Next, click on Choose Files and select your image file from your computer

Your image file will then get uploaded to your Cincopa assets library. Once the upload process is completed click on Return to assets

If you check your Assets Page, you will now see the image file uploaded to your Assets library.

In this example, we will create a new gallery from start and then upload an image file to that gallery.

Once you access your Cincopa account click on Galleries 

Once you are in the Galleries page click on + New Gallery

Now choose an image template for the new gallery where you would like to see the images you will upload. So click on USE THIS TEMPLATE after hovering over a template.

You will then be redirected to the Gallery settings page where you will have many customization options for your gallery and it will show a default image list as we have not yet uploaded any images yet.

To continue further, click on Next

Next, you will be redirected to uploading options:

Multiple Files Uploader

Upload files directly from any browser, there is no need to install anything on your browser or PC.

  1. Use the “Upload multiple files” options from the menu (this is the default option).
  2. Click on “Choose file” button
  3. Mark the files you wish to upload by pressing the “Ctrl” key while choosing multiple files.
  4. Upload files

Drag and Drop Upload

Drag and drop upload is the easiest way to transfer videos and images from your computer to your Cincopa cloud-drive. Drag-and-drop upload requires you to mark the files you wish to upload by pressing the “Ctrl” key while choosing multiple files. Drag the files, drop them in the designated area, and you are ready to go.

Next, click on Choose Files and select your images file from your computer

Your image file will then get uploaded to your new gallery and once the upload process is completed click on NEXT

Next, you will be redirected to the embed page which means your Gallery has been created with the video files you uploaded. You can click on the Preview Gallery

You will now see the images with the gallery you created

You can also see your new gallery under your Cincopa accounts Gallery Page.

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