February 13, 2017 at 6:47AM

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Wipster, Frame, what else is out there for video review platforms?

Hi all,

I'm looking to bust a move out of Wipster since they changed their pricing structure and added a bunch of features I neither want nor would ever use.

Could you please tell me, other than Frame, what else is out there for me to use as an affordable video review platform.

I like the feature of being able to disable download until client has paid for final cut and then enable it for them to download other than that, only one of my clients has ever used the review option on Wipster, so maybe there's something simpler out there I could offer them.

Also, being based in Australia, my clients find the buffering on Wipster's platform damn annoying so if there was something that was hosted local-ish (pushing it now I know).

Many thanks,
Anna

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As of January, Vimeo is trying to move into this space by implementing client review pages at their pro level. I'm thinking of bumping my account up a tier to see how client friendly it really is.

February 13, 2017 at 12:49PM

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Gordon Byrd
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I'm one of the founders of Screenlight.tv. You might want to give our service a shot. It's $9/user/mo. and clients can review without having to sign in or create an account.

We have a resumable uploader that also accelerates media uploads. An upload that is initiated in Australia will send the file over the Internet to a location in Sydney or Melbourne. From there, the file will be transferred over a privately managed network to our storage location in Virginia. The net result is that uploads are speedy and very resilient.

February 14, 2017 at 2:27PM, Edited February 14, 2:27PM

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Chris Potter
Co-Founder Screenlight Review and Approval
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And a free trial! I've signed up to see how my biggest client benefits from your service. Thanks for chiming in.

February 15, 2017 at 3:25PM

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Gordon Byrd
Owner, Byrd Pictures
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You could try filestage.io. The features are very similar to Wipster. The user inferface is a little lighter. It has the feature to disable download. Regarding buffering - the tool uses a content delivery network as server, which means when you're using Filestage from Australia, the server will be in Australia.

February 28, 2017 at 3:40AM, Edited February 28, 3:42AM

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I'm a Co-Founder at https://vidhub.co - we just launched a big update with Vidhub 2.0, and now have direct uploads to our platform as well as support for integrating with YouTube, Vimeo, and Dropbox videos. Our interface is tailored around ease of use, including sharable links (so clients can review without the need to create an account) as well as a guided tour of how to review videos. We have a free trial, so feel free to check it out and see if the platform works well for your team :) If you have any questions/comments, don't hesitate to reach out.

April 27, 2017 at 11:06AM

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Shub Sengupta
Filmmaker; Co-founder at https://vidhub.co
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