PixelPipe (Pi.pe) is a content migration gateway that allows you to transfer media between multiple social web services. Imagine you have a photo album on Facebook that you will like to share on Instagram, instead of manually uploading the photos to instagram, you can share it on Instagram using Pi.pe.
How to use Pi.pe to transfer media:
1. Visit Pi.pe and login with a Google or Facebook account.
2. Next is to select the source of your media. Previously authenticated services are highlighted.
3. After choosing your media source(s) click on the “Continue” button and all your media files from that source will be loaded.
The media are shown in albums as you can see the number of media files under every album. You can select all or choose the ones you want to transfer individually.
4. Then click the “continue” button to display the details of the album(s) you chose.
5. Click the “Continue” button again to choose the destination you want to migrate it to. Remember you will have to grant access to ever service you choose to migrate the media files to. You can choose as many services as you like granting them all accesses.
6. Click on the services you want to migrate the media files to and click the continue button.
7. Then click “Start Transfer” to initiate the media migration from your media source(s) to your designated service destination. On successful completion of the transfer, a success page will be displayed.
Now I hope you can easily migrate media files from one social web service to another without having to manually upload them to such services. Pi.pe is an excellent service for this purpose.
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