Edit, Crop and add Filters to your Photos and save them back to the Cloud or Computer.
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Select a folder of images on your computer or in the cloud and create a GIF.
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Crop, edit and add filters to your photos and save them back to the cloud or your computer.
Tap the shortcut file linked below and select "Copy to Shortcuts" from the list of apps presented.
In FileBrowser Professional simply tap the context menu of an image and select "Share File...".Download Shortcuts File
Then select "Shortcuts".
Your Workflows will be presented, choose "Edit Photo".
With the image editor you can Edit, Crop, change the Orientation or add Effects or Frames and even add Stickers. When you are finished tap "Done".
Now you can choose where you want to save your image, in the cloud on a server or any location you have set up in FileBrowser Professional.
Select a folder on your computer or in the cloud and Create a GIF using the images within.
Tap the Shortcut file linked below and select "Copy to Shortcuts" from the list of apps presented.
Download the Shortcut file and it will load up in the Shortcut app. Tap "Get Shortcut" at the bottom of the dialog.Download Shortcut File
Enter the path where your photos are and tap "Done".
This customises the workflow for you.
Tap the play button at the top to start the workflow.
You will notice Shortcuts switching to FileBrowser to load each image.
Now your GIF has been created in Shortcuts and can be exported from here.
These new X-Callback-URL actions will be run without any need for user interaction and once completed, FileBrowser will automatically switch back to the app that launched it. This allows for completely automated sequences.
Here are the commands:
Here's an example of a command to create a folder called "NewFolder" on a Mac desktop:
The filebrowserpro part is what tells iOS to start an action in FileBrowser Professional.
The rest of the URL format is simply the path starting with the name of the server location and the action, appended as a parameter.
Because typing the path is cumbersome, you can use FileBrowser Professional to create these paths on the clipboard by choosing 'Create a File Link' on a file's menu or 'Create a Folder Link' on the folder + menu. 'Copy FileBrowser URL' puts the correct link on the clipboard. You can then paste this into Shortcuts.