Much missed since the relaunch earlier this year we are happy to bring back the LomoKino Movie Section. Lights, Camera, Action!
New Lomokino Movie Section
We completely reworked the Movie section and you can now find them sorted by trending, recent and popular on this Overview Page. As soon as you upload a video, your personal movie archive will be accessible on your Lomohome under ‘My Movies’. More on how to upload and create new movies in the next section.
How to upload your Lomokino Movies
You can easily share your own LomoKino movies in this section too – All you have to do is upload your LomoKino movies to Vimeo, connect your Lomography account with your Vimeo account and follow the steps below and you’ll be sharing your LomoKino shorts in no time!
Connect your Lomography and Vimeo accounts. To do this, you have to be logged in on Lomography, head to your Account Settings page and follow the button that redirects you to Vimeo. There you need to be logged in as well (or login) and authorize the connection. (The reason for this: we want to make sure that you are an authorized user on Lomography and Vimeo – this way nobody can import anyone else’s videos on the Lomography site.)
Head to the Movies tab in your Dashboard. Click on ‘Create New Movie’ and you’ll be presented a list of all your Vimeo Videos – from those you can select the ones you want to show on Lomography. It’s as simple as that!
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