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How do I upload my existing video file in ApprenNet?

This video walks you through the process of uploading your video from an existing file. Below are step by step instructions to walk you through the process as well.


There are four ways to submit a video response to the challenge:

  1. Desktop App
  2. Web Recorder
  3. File Uploader
  4. Mobile Recorder

You will see these options in the Respond to the Challenge section next to the Challenge video. The File Uploader option allows you to upload an existing video file saved on your computer. You can upload any of the following video file types: .m4v, .mov, .mp4, .mjpeg, .mpg, and .webm.

  • If your video file is a different file type, use a free online video converter to save your video as an acceptable file type.
  • If your video file is larger than 300 MB, learn how to compress your video file here.
  • For help creating a video, we recommend Quicktime or PhotoBooth.


To upload your existing video file, select File Uploader. Then select Choose File and select your video file.

Select the green Done button and your video file will begin processing.

Finally, select the green Submit to Exercise button and your video will be uploaded and submitted to the Exercise. Uploading your video can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes depending on the size of your video and your internet speed.

After your video finishes uploading, you will be automatically redirected to your submission where you will see it is processing. You will receive an email when your video is completed processing. You can press the blue Refresh to Check Status button to refresh your browser and see if your video has completed processing.

When your video has finished processing, you'll be able to view your own Submission beside the Challenge video. If you are unsatisfied with the Submission, you can delete your recording and re-record. If you are satisfied with your Submission, you can then proceed on to the Peer Review stage.