Welcome to the community, @John_V_Willshire!
For me, I personally use Integromat to do this, which is a no-code/low-code automation & integration platform.
I use Integromat to export batches of Airtable attachments (or individual attachments) to Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, or any other location where my clients need their images.
And, just like you requested, Integromat can do much more than just simple exports. It can make Airtable a source of data for your other applications, too.
For example, Integromat has native support for Miro:
p.s. I am a professional Airtable consultant and an Integromat Partner, and the Integromat links contain my personal referral code. If you have a budget for your project and you’d like to hire an expert consultant to help, please feel free to contact me through my website at ScottWorld.com.