As we have to pay for the storage, I don't get why it would be in their interest to not give us this feature. If I pay it should not mater what kind of files it is. I would love if they add a feature to add binaries. This would be great to backup the Photoshop, Illustrator, Paterns, PDF, Sound,... Files that correspond to the photos/trips where they where taken.
At the Moment I have to use irista for The Photos, Googledrive for the corresponding Files and Googlephotos for the sharing (because it is so popular and no one I know has an irista account)
Dropbox, Google, Fotos (Apple) all of them add videos... irista fails totally...
Michiel en Sandra Mastenbroek commented
videoclips (maximize to 30 sec) in between photoseries add experience that photo's can't show: movement of an animal or of fluid magma. Most camera's record both, so why leave it unseen?
If support for video is added, it must be possible to choose in settings NOT to upload videos (or they'll take up all the (free) space).
REGIS GARNIER commented
as google, it is necessary, canon camera takes nice movies and we want to keep them in the cloud...
Jake Spencer commented
I'd rather use a different service for Videos, Irista feels more like for photographs.. Video support doesn't quite have the same flavor.
Most videos that DSLRs record can count up to several Gigabytes (At 1080p60), there are services that support unlimited video storage and are better suited for it.
totally agree too. This tool is absolutely useless as it does not support video images.
totally agree.. I take almost as many videos as images so just supporting photos is no use....
It would be nice.
Camera,s often make movies.
S. Vuillard commented
Yes, it will be great because very often some video are done with photos.
Because it' s impossible in Canon Image Gateway