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How to use Cloud Transfer

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  • Harmen Thys Nieuwenhuis

    The upload to the cloud from the iPad has 2 issues.  ("Select 'Add to Cloud' to begin transferring photos to the cloud. Once the progress wheel is complete, you will be notified that your photos have successfully synced to the cloud.")

    First, the upload takes long.  The servers seem to have severe limitations.  I have a very fast fibre connection, but uploading a few 100 photos takes hours.

    Secondly, the upload pauses if another app is being used or if the screen locks.  The only way to keep the upload going is to set screen lock to never and let the iPad do its thing.

    I would rather hook up my iPad to my laptop to pull the photos through a wire.

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  • Gerlach Buur

    Regarding Cloud Transfer and the GDPR: where is Cloud Transfer based? Who owns Cloud Transfer? Security? Encryption? Before installing CO for iPad I prefer a detailed explanation.

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Gerlach Good question! Cloud transfer and the technology behind it is handled by us here in Copenhagen. It is 100% GDPR compliant and you can read our privacy policy here: https://www.captureone.com/en/terms-conditions/privacy-policy

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  • .Stephan Duguay

    It's a great start. But my experience is the same as Harmen Thys Nieuwenhuis's. I hope bidirectional synchronization is on the list. 

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Stephan It is most certainly 'on the list' :) 

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  • Brian Black

    Is it true that the cloud transfer is only free for 5 uploads?

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  • Brian Black

    At this stage the C1 for iPad has potential, ie raw engine, but has a few issues;

    Subscription based.

    Limited functions, ie no layers, masking (I know supposed to be coming).

    and does the cloud transfers cost, adding to the subscription cost?

    My view, wait until it is full featured before jumping in and then decide if the cost is worth it.

    for pros it may be but for us amateurs who use 3 or 4 times a year, maybe not.

     

     

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  • Jack Williams

    @Brian Thank you for your feedback.

    Cloud transfer is not a paid service and does not limit you to 5 uploads. It's included in your subscription and is limited to 1000 files per user.

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