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Using Your Own Custom Exercise Videos
Using Your Own Custom Exercise Videos

All about creating and uploading your own custom exercise videos onto the CloudFit platform to display on your TVs.

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CloudFit allows you to upload your own videos and use them alongside the current built in exercise library. The free CloudFit Plan allows up to 5 custom videos, whilst Business and Enterprise Plans support 1,000 videos.

Your uploaded exercise videos are only available within your own account with the exception being if you've set up an Enterprise plan with us, in which case they will be shared amongst your business accounts and gyms in your network that you nominate.

To upload and use your own Exercise videos, click on the "Your Exercises" tab on the CloudFit home screen. Click on "Create Exercise" and name your exercise. If the name is something we already have in our database; ie "Push Up" then you will be prompted to replace our video with yours.

Recording / Uploading Exercises

Once you've named your video you can either record a video directly from your phone or you can upload one that you recorded earlier. It's important to note that we only support landscape videos at this stage.

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Adding Custom Videos to your workouts
Adding custom videos to your workouts is easy and done in exactly the same way as adding any other exercise. Simply search for your exercise by name and add them.


You can also adjust the search filter to display only your custom videos like the screenshot below. If only "Custom" type is selected CloudFit will only display your custom exercises.

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Custom Video recommendations and specifications:

  • 16:9 landscape.

  • 1080 HD Resolution is recommended.

  • Video length is restricted to 20 seconds.

  • We recommend using a 3rd party video editor such as iMovie to ensure you video loops smoothly.

  • We also recommend using a lighter background and strong studio lighting for best results.

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