Use TouchScrub on thumbnails. A great feature for zipping through the thumbnail previews without opening the video page is called TouchScrub. You can simply move your finger across the video thumbnail to see a preview. This is perfect if you are looking for a video that contains a certain clip.
Read and add comments. Those people you add to the project can make their comments right on the appropriate video. Each comment marks the spot in the clip that they are referring to, so there is no more “which part are you talking about?” confusion. And, you can reply to comments and add your own as well.
Adjust project settings. When you create a new project, you are in control of the settings. Collaboration permissions include downloading and sharing. Your email notifications as well as those for the team are configured separately and include new comments and media additions.
What is it about?
How do you currently collaborate on your video or film projects? If you use a combination of apps like Dropbox, Vimeo, text, and email, then you should check out Frame.io - Video Review and Collaboration. This terrific new tool lets you create private projects where your team or clients can review, comment on, and see all versions of your video project for easy collaboration all in one app.
For those who...
- Create video or film projects
- Collaborate with others on their media projects
Not for those who...
- Do not work with videos or film
- Do not collaborate with others on media projects
Why we love it
Frame.io - Video Review and Collaboration is an easy-to-use tool with a sleek interface and useful features. Whatever your video or film project, if collaborating with your team or even your clients is key to a superb finished project, then Frame.io is for you.
App Store Description
Frame.io allows you to upload all your source media, assets, and work-in-progress clips and cuts into private workspaces where you can invite your team and clients to collaborate—from anywhere in the world. We replace the hodgepodge of Dropbox for file sharing, Vimeo for video review, and email for communication, but that's just a start. Now, Frame.io goes everywhere with you.
We built Frame.io (http://frame.io/) because…
* Managing 100 private Vimeo passwords sucks.
* Your clients’ cryptic feedback of “that thing around 12 seconds” never makes sense.
* Sifting through your email to find that download link from that person for that file from last week? You have way better things to do!
* It’s 10pm and you don’t know if your edit was approved—or even viewed.
* It’s 11pm and now you have to export and compress your edit into 25 different formats.
We know what all that feels like and we had to stop the madness. That’s why we built Frame.io (http://frame.io/) with the right tools to save video pros time and money. Things like…
* Time-based comments and video annotations so you can draw directly on video frames to accurately communicate your feedback.
* Video transcoding in the cloud so you can upload any video format and never worry about playback compatibility. It just works.
* Version control so you can see what your project looked like one version ago or 100 versions ago.
* Comment Replay that loops a 4-second range around any comment so you get a sense of what it means in context.
* TouchScrub so that all you do is slide your finger over a thumbnail to preview.
* Face ID for added security.
But what’s best is that it’s simple to use and designed to present your work beautifully.
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