This tutorial will go over how to upload a recording to Google Drive. When you publish a recording you can choose to just publish part of it by using the sliders at the left and right. For example if you wanted to just upload or save the first 10 seconds then you can move in the right handle into that position Or you can also seek to a spot and then press the E key to jump the end slider to that spot or seek and press the S key to jump the start slider. Now only the section in between these handles will be saved or uploaded. To go back and use the full recording we can press the R key or we could have just dragged the handles back out. If this is the first time you are uploading then you'll need to click this icon to show all the upload options since by default the only options shown are the ones that have accounts already setup for uploading. When you first use the upload you'll be prompted to add your account which will launch a web browser to a web page you can use to grant the screen recorder access to upload to your account. Once this process is finished in the web browser you'll see a message like this popup in the app and you'll be ready to upload. Unless your recording is setup at 720p or 1080p size it will be resized to 720p. This might add black bars at top or sides of your recording if you didn't use one of the HD sizes provided in the recorder. We generally recommend you always record at 720p which will give you the best results when uploading. If you didn't record at one of the HD sizes then you can still resize and reposition the video to fill the 720p size which we cover in another tutorial. Once you've added your account you will see settings you can choose for this upload. If you want to add another account or switch to a different account then you can click the first option. You can change settings like the Name by clicking on them here and then entering a new value then pressing the Enter key. You can choose which folder to put the upload into by clicking the Folder option then browsing for the folder you have on your Google Drive account. You can choose the Sharing option to use on Google Drive by clicking here. Finally you can increase or decrease the quality of the encoded video which can help speedup the upload process. Click the Publish button when you're ready to go. While the video is being processed you can copy a link to share right away, which will create a temporary page that shows the upload progress and redirects to the actual upload playback page once uploading is complete. Or if you wait until the upload is complete then you can open a web browser to the upload or copy a direct link by clicking these options. You can also find these links again by clicking on the history icon which shows a history of all the publishing you've done from the current computer you are on right now. One final thing to mention about Google Drive. Directly after uploading you may have to wait a few seconds until the video is processed on Google Drive and the HD version is available. Also if the playback looks blury at all then you may need to click the cog icon on the player to switch to the HD version.