Export files to Dropbox

We export to the storage platform of your choice.

The /dropbox/store Robot exports encoding results to Dropbox.

What can I do with this?

Our /dropbox/store Robot can be used in combination with other Robots, to create powerful workflows unique to your use case. For inspiration, here are example scenarios, with explanations and code for all platforms, that you can also try live on our website:

In this demo we show how you can use Transloadit's API to copy files from Amazon...
Our /dropbox/import Robot allows you to import files from your Dropbox account without breaking a sweat....
In order to store files in your Dropbox account, simply use our /dropbox/store Robot and provide...

Docs

This Robot supports parameters such as credentials, path, create_sharing_link to influence its behavior. Read all about the technical details in its docs.

Blog posts

We wrote the following posts about the /dropbox/store Robot on our blog:

Pricing

Transloadit is a SaaS with a subscription model.

As is the case with any File Exporting Robot, you can use our /dropbox/store Robot free of charge, as long as you also perform some processing (encoding, resizing, etc). If you do not, and Transloadit is just moving files, we still offer a considerable discount of 90%, effectively counting only every tenth byte of files that you export with /dropbox/store.

You can change plans at any time. More info and available plans on our Pricing page.

Don’t just take our word for it

  • “I'm not usually one for fanboy-ism but Transloadit is one service I would recommend without hesitation. Their product and customer support is outstanding.”
    Dave Perrett, CTO at Shuttlerock
  • “Having a solution for both uploading and transcoding has been a godsend for the current scale that we are at five years after first choosing Transloadit.”
    Jon Wong, Engineer at Coursera
  • “Using Transloadit saves development and maintenance. Being able to focus on our product instead of reinventing the wheel cannot be understated.”
    Matt Sumner, Developer at thoughtbot