Just wondering how most people go about uploading videos on their computers or social media. Most the time I use the video from the DJI app and quickly edit, add their corny music, and upload it to instagram. The video quality kinda sucks, but it's quick. But I'm just wondering how the videos stay on the app, but not my iPhone photo album, when the drone is turned off. Does it save into some kind of DJI cloud or is it taking space on my phone? Because it only goes into my photo albums if I edit a short video. Then I finally decided to try actually uploading to a computer. When I insert the SD card into the computer, I can't play it right away, it forces me to upload it. And the upload takes forever for a video that's 3-5 minutes. And I'm using an iMac. When I tried to upload to my cheap $300 Dell all in one I got on Black Friday, it was having a hard time playing my videos, like it would play for 5 seconds and then the image freezes while the bottom scroll was still moving like if the video was still going. The DJI app is the fastest way, but video quality sucks. But getting the video direct from the SD card is the only way to get the HD quality video direct from source. But the process is long and if I wanna try get like 30-60 minutes of footage it will take forever. Plus on the iMac, it wouldn't let me play the videos without uploading them, meaning I have to download it and take up space on my computer. Is there any easier way to get your videos? Well here's a video of my DJI Standard chasing some seagulls in Newport Beach CA. Also got my drone to fly with the seagulls while they were flying stationary in high wind. I got some people to laugh.