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Frame.io review by <span>Mike S.</span>
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Great useful tool but confusing UI

What do you like best?

I love the ability to send a link to a client and have them enter in their feedback whinch in third shows up on my timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro using their free plugin. The ability to have a free account for times when you are only working on a single project.

What do you dislike?

The user interface can be confusing on the account holders side. Trying to find a way to share a link with someone but being sure that they will be able to leave comments is frustrating. Every time I have shared a link, I’ve had to share a quick article of how to get started for my client.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Play with it and try implementing it. Try with a willing client.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The ability to leave comments on the video at the exact moment of time code. Allows for the elimination of emails with confusing descriptions of something visual.

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Frame.io review by <span>John H.</span>
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The mainline of our internal review process. Way too many emails.

What do you like best?

Frame.io is incredibly fast at uploading and encoding videos for review. Being able to select which members of your team content is relevant to is crucial for cutting down clutter. Annotations on video with illustrations are super helpful to convey a point or to identify an issue within the frame. Comment threads are helpful for organizing discussion.

What do you dislike?

The email and notification system is terrible. When reviewing content, users leave timestamped comments on videos to share their thoughts. This aspect is amazing. What is really unfortunate is that there is no good way to get a digestive email including all of those comments, rather you receive an email or notification for each comment or reply. Sure, you can set you preferences to receive notification every 15 or so minutes, but this is also not a suitable option for tight turnarounds. I wish reviewers could leave set of comments, click "submit" or something similar, and have the necessary parties notified that there are a handful of comments that need to be addressed.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Take time to think about your workflow and implementation of Frame.io. Decide if you can deal with hundreds of emails, or if you can wait for digestive emails regarding notifications.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Internal content review of videos. The version control of Frame.io is amazing. Being able to watch versions side by side in real time within the app is a really important feature when you are auditioning shots or managing very small tweaks and adjustments to content.

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Frame.io review by User in Education Management
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Useful Film Collaboration Tool

What do you like best?

The collaborative comments are the best aspect of Frame.io. It is useful when your team is spread out in different offices to be able to pinpoint their comments and see their reviews.

The interface is very user friendly and takes only a little bit of time to learn. The ability to toggle between different measures on the video is also very clean and helpful.

What do you dislike?

The site can load very slowly. This makes it a bit of a pain when you have many videos to review. If the loading time was faster that would be a nice update.

The commenting ability, while very helpful, can get a little bit cluttered if many people are active in a project. It is important (as with all collaborative software) to decide on process of how to leave comments.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Be prepared to wait for the site to load slowly.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We needed a way for the multiple stakeholders in a project to easily review upcoming materials. This site provided a clean and simple solution.

Frame.io review by <span>Deborah D.</span>
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Decent Video Reviewing Tool

What do you like best?

I like that many people can view and comment on videos. The compare 2 versions of a video option is also pretty handy when you have multiple versions of the same video. Of course, if major changes are made to a video, it isn't always that obvious in the comparison view.

What do you dislike?

It is really easy to have too many comments begin appearing in the sidebar. Although there are multiple ways to organize sidebar comments, it can become quickly overwhelming. I would also prefer if the completed comments changed to a different color or font to indicate that they had been taken care of. It would also be nice if in the compare 2 versions view the comments could appear for both videos so that a viewer could understand if their comments had been addressed in the new version. Another issue I have is that the site tends to load very slowly.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Decide in advance how you plan to enter comments into frame.io. This will help you avoid having too many comments to wade through during the editing process.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We needed a program that allowed for collaboration in the editing of videos. This has allowed multiple stakeholders to easily participate in the viewing and editing of videos.

Frame.io review by <span>Brett L.</span>
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Awesome video project management software.

What do you like best?

Frame makes it easy to collaborate with team members on a video project.

What do you dislike?

When I share a review page with a client, I have to delete comments first to make sure the client doesn't see our notes. I wish there was an option to remove comments on a review page, but just for the client link.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Tracking feedback on a video project is super easy. I can jump right into the project page, and quickly update myself on what's currently happening with a project.

Frame.io review by User in Internet
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Honest Review of Frame IO

What do you like best?

It's easy for producer's to give notes and view the files our editors send out.

What do you dislike?

The editors need to export as well as upload to Frame IO and then send out a link.

Recommendations to others considering the product

I recommend that you also implement a system where whoever is giving notes also saves the notes that were made and emails them out, so the editors know when all notes have been given and don't try to start them right away. I love the fact that producers can put the notes at the exact time codes where they need to be implemented. It is also helpful to keep older versions stacked below, so that you can see all the progress that was made and compare it to past versions.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

A better workflow between editors and producers.

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