Pick the fastest path for uploading your files
If you are not a registered user on SyncSketch and you just want to try it, you can upload here:
If you are a registered SyncSketch user (sign up here, for free!), you can upload from the Project Overview by:
creating a Review (you will always need a Review as a container for your uploads)
dragging a file onto a Review
clicking Add Media
Using the Add Media button
Create a Review to contain your uploaded items:
As you can see, uploads can come from your computer's storage or from a linked Dropbox account.
For Reviews that already contain items, the Add Media button is to the left of the item thumbnails:
If you're on a paid plan, you can upload directly in the Review Player! Just click on the plus icon at the top of the item playlist, or drag and drop the files onto the item list.
Uploading from external tooling
If you are on an Enterprise or Education Plus plan, you also have access to the SyncSketch API, which has extensive upload options for customers who wish to build automated integration into their production pipeline or toolchain.
Pricing Plans and Limitations
The maximum file size and number of uploads are limited primarily by your pricing plan.
Upload count limits
Users on the Light (free) plan can upload 20 media items in a 7-day period, whether or not they are subsequently deleted. Users on our paid plans have no such limits.
File size limits
Users on the Light (free) plan can upload files of up to 300MB, and can store 1GB of media. Users of our paid plans can upload files of up to 30GB, and store 50GB -- with an option to increase it to 100GB, 150GB and so on.
File dimension/resolution limits
Users on paid plans can upload media of up to 8192 pixels in their longest dimension. Users on enterprise or Education Plus plans have no such limitation.
Note: Currently, high-resolution media is necessarily downconverted to fit within the maximum size the Review Player can support, which is 3000 pixels in either dimension. Large still images and PDFs will be scaled to 3000 pixels in the longest dimension, and videos will be scaled to a width of 2048 pixels for Enterprise customers, and 1280 pixels for other customers.
In addition, most 3D file types can only be uploaded by those on the Team, Enterprise or Education+ plans.
Anyone can upload from their computer's storage or from a linked Dropbox account. Enterprise or Education+ users have the option of uploading from their own external storage (i.e. Amazon S3).
File Format Specifics
Video and Single-Frame Stills
A wide variety of video file formats can be imported into SyncSketch. In addition, many still image formats can be uploaded as well. You can see the supported file formats in this page: File Format Compatibility List
Still Image Sequences
Image Sequences currently need to be converted to movie files. See Can I upload Image Sequences?for further details.
3D Models and Animations
3D models and animations can be imported into the new fully-featured 3D Model Viewer (including files exported from SketchFab.com). The 3D Model Viewer is available to those on an Enterprise or Education+ plan. See Importing Models into the 3D Model Viewer for further details.
Files hosted on SketchFab.com can be uploaded via URL into a simple review player that is accessible on any account tier, including Free accounts. See Uploading and Annotating SketchFab 3D Models for further details.
You can upload and review lat-long (equirectangular) 360˚ panoramic images and even videos. See How do I review 360˚ spherical panoramas?
You can also upload PDF documents. Single-page PDFs appear in our still-image review player, and multi-page documents are imported in a manner similar to animations, with each page on a different frame.