Upload a video or photo file directly to AirVuz.

Or, upload your media file via a link from YouTube or Vimeo *

* Remember that a direct file upload is the best way to preserve the highest quality resolution

AirVuz Upload Guidelines

  • Videos and Photos MUST be drone content, contain drone content, or be drone-related. We pride ourselves on being a purely drone content site, and we thank you for contributing to our AirVūz community of drone enthusiasts!
  • To preserve the highest quality, upload your file directly to AirVūz! If you choose to upload via YouTube or Vimeo URLs (using the buttons below), please note that your video may only be uploaded to AirVuz at a max of 720p or 1080p.
  • Add details while you upload! Adding a enticing title, detailed description, Google location, and relevant keywords (ex: FPV Freestyle, Drone Racing, Landscape, Aerial Reel, location, gear used, etc.) helps your video stand out among the crowd and increases its chance of being found in a search, so the more the better! Plus, people like to know the backstory of your subject or setting, the inspiration for the project, or something interesting that happened while filming, so don’t hold back!
  • And remember - all videos uploaded are eligible for consideration in our Drone Video of the Week, Drone Video of the Month, Pilots to Watch, and FPV Video of the Month contests!

Supported Browsers

  • Windows: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer 11
  • Mac: Chrome, Firefox, Safari

Additional Info

  • At this time, AirVuz does not support video files using Apple ProRes. Videos using it may fail during the upload process.