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Description

Vimeo gives you the tools to upload, manage, review, and showcase your videos in the highest quality possible.

Vimeo for macOS allows you to automatically upload videos from folders on your computer directly to your account.

It also integrates with Final Cut Pro to export ProRes videos, and brings your core video tools right to your desktop, offering an essential toolkit to manage, share, review, and showcase videos — all without interrupting your workflow.

With Vimeo for macOS, you can:

Automatically upload from any folder on your computer
Export as ProRes and other advanced codecs from Final Cut Pro
Adjust the title, description, and privacy settings for your videos
Replace videos with new versions of your file
Get instant access to video links, video review pages, and embed codes
Receive notifications about important video activity

The world’s best creators trust Vimeo to showcase videos in the highest quality possible, across any device. Vimeo for macOS gives you full control over your video workflow, from the convenience of your desktop.

System requirements: macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)

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Vimeo is the high quality home to upload, distribute, and discover amazing videos.

Host videos in the highest quality possible
• Upload in 4K Ultra HD with HDR support
• Stay organized with video management tools
• Enjoy no ads before, during, or after your videos

Get powerful video tools, made for creators and brands
• Privately collaborate on projects with your team
• Embed videos anywhere and drive audience engagement
• Easily track your video performance

It’s our mission to help people share what they make, whether they’re grizzled old pros or have never heard of a camera before. We do it by nurturing the world’s most vibrant, constructive, respectful community of creators.

What’s New

Version 1.4.1

In case you missed it: now you can automatically upload videos from your computer straight to your Vimeo account.
Just pick a folder on your computer, connect it to your account, and we’ll handle the rest. Any time you’re connected to wifi, all the new videos in your synced folder will get automatically uploaded to Vimeo, so you don’t have to worry about interrupting your workflow! It’s a real time saver, so download or open the app to get started.
Update: since the last release, we fixed a couple minor bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Mikel J. Wisler ,

Good idea, SLOOOOW AF

This is a brilliant idea as my work ues Vimeo for all our video content. However, the speed uploading is atrocious. I have files that were claiming to need a week or two to upload that are uploading the traditional way in a browser window in 20 to 30 mins. Upload speed needs massive improvments to make this even remotely useful for us.

Also, needs more control over settings, like being able to choose to upload one, two, three, or more files at a time. I suspect things would run smoother if it could just prioritize files based on olderst file in folder first and going one at a time. But if I have to do all that work manually, I might as well upload in the browser.

Honestly do hope the app is imrpoved in the future and would like to try again. But right now it is useless ot me.

Claycle ,

Does Not Really Work Well with FInal Cut

I have made several attempts to speak with Vimeo directly about this probem: the new Vimeo connector works very poorly with FInal Cut. When trying to export large projects from FCPX to Vimeo using the new app, Vimeo chokes: a project that takes only about 30 minutes to an hour to upload using the "old fashioned" Vimeo connector in FCPX, now takes OVER 24 HOURS (ie, *never*) to upload using this new Vimeo app. However, Vimeo doesn't recognize this as a problem, despite many attempts to demonstrate it to them over the past year. I would say avoid this applicaton and stick to the built-in Vimeo connector and the Vimeo web page if you want to the best/fastest upload experience with Vimeo.

amontano7 ,

Good idea but impractical in terms of automation

When it tries to upload several items at the same time (with good internet connection even if only two files) it constantly times out.

Please add to the preferences an option for "simultaneous uploads" that could be turned on or off (or even have a number meaning how many simultaneous uploads allowed). Limiting the upload to one file at a time following a queue where the next one will automatically start uploading when previous is finished would make the app much much much more useful.

App Privacy

The developer, Vimeo.com, Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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