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How-to Add Overlays, MP3s/MP4s. Effects, Graphics

With version 3.3 of Lumabooth and newer you will be able to add components (overlays, mp3s/mp4s, effects and graphics) using the Files app on your iPad.

The files app allows you to choose from files on your iPad, iCloud, Google Drive and downloads. This is a much faster method of adding these files to LumaBooth as you no longer need to send them to yourself, then open them, then save them to the photo roll, then open them the LumaBooth. With this new method, you upload the files to iCloud, Google Drive, or AirDrop then choose them directly from within LumaBooth. This also organizes your files as you can have different folders for each of templates, gif overlays, start screens, etc...

Add a file from a PC or MAC through iCloud.com

  1. Go to iCloud.com and log in with your iCloud email address and password.
  2. Click on iCloud Drive.
  3. Upload or drag and drop your file into iCloud Drive.
  4. Open LumaBooth and go to where you want that file to be uploaded to (gif overlay, virtual attendant mp4, video soundtrack, green screen background, etc).
  5. Click Choose. On the left side of the Files Dialog box that appears choose iCloud Drive.
  6. Select your file.

 

Add a file from Google Drive

  1. Open Google Drive on your computer, phone or other device.
  2. Add your file to Google Drive.
  3. Open LumaBooth and go to where you want that file to be uploaded to (gif overlay, virtual attendant mp4, video soundtrack, green screen background, etc).
  4. Click Choose. On the left side of the Files Dialog box that appears choose Google Drive.
  5. Select your file.

Adding files that are in the Photos App

Files that are currently in the photos app (photo roll) will need to be copied to the FILES app on your iPad. This method will is not recommended as it does not work with PNG files.

  1. Open Photos app.
  2. Hold your finger down on your file then click SHARE.
  3. Select the files you want to save to the Files app.
  4. Scroll down and choose Save to Files.
  5. Open LumaBooth and go to where you want that file to be uploaded to (gif overlay, virtual attendant mp4, video soundtrack, green screen background, etc).
  6. Click Choose. On the left side of the Files Dialog box choose On My iPad.
  7. Select your file.

 

The old method of importing files (mentioned in the articles below) have also changed to follow the instructions above.

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