The first video review and collaboration tool we have for you is our very own, Oroson.
We all know how time-consuming giving and receiving feedback can be for remote teams, especially when it’s not done using a user-friendly tool.
Our tool does exactly that.
It helps teams take control of their projects and tasks that might be undertaken by different team members.
Additionally, it makes video collaboration and communication smoother, thus enhancing the effectiveness and quality of work.
By taking the communication and feedback hassle out of the equation, Oroson gives space to team members to focus on more important and meaningful tasks.
Who is it for?
Oroson is a tool that’s ideal for professionals and teams who:
Need to collaborate with their team members seamlessly
Need to get feedback from other people – e.g. their clients – on their work
Need to send multiple files like video or HTML in different formats frequently
This means that Oroson — like similar tools in this list — is a tool made for professionals.
The sectors that get the most value out of our product are:
Video makers and editors
Let’s take a look at our product’s unique features and capabilities.
Collaboration for remote teams is important and valuable.
For that reason, it needs to be done with a product that gives teams some features that will help them do their job efficiently as well as help them save valuable time.
Oroson gives users the opportunity to add any kind of content format, from JPEGs and simple PDFs, both of which are widely used, to more complex design files such as MP3s, MP4s, and so on and so forth.
Apart from this, your content can be of any size; there are no limitations in terms of the file size.
Anyone who’s ever tried to upload large sized files to any collaboration or file sharing platform, like Google Drive, Dropbox, etc., knows how challenging it can be.
The fact that you can upload and get feedback on any kind of file can be incredibly helpful for a wide range of different teams, including those that undertake creative projects that might require sharing high-quality video content, for example.
A really important feature when it comes to video reviews is that Oroson doesn’t require a reviewer sign up.
This gives users freedom in terms of sharing their files while giving them instant access with the simple share of a link.
Additionally, reviewers can review your content on a desktop as well as on their mobile devices, both on android and iOS.
It can be an iPhone, an iPad or a laptop – it doesn’t matter.
What does matter is that collaboration’s been made easy.
Another feature we can’t miss mentioning is to do with the fact that there are no limitations in terms of reviewers and collaborators.
Alongside having access to unlimited projects, Oroson users won’t have to deal with limitations on the number of reviewers or external collaborators.
You can get as many people as you need in a project and get feedback from everyone!
Let’s now have a look at the Oroson flexible pricing plans.
At Oroson, we offer three different types of plans that you can consider using, depending on your individual or team needs.
Let’s have a look at the three different plans:
These pricing plans are created to cover different business needs.
The Starter plan is ideal for those who are just starting to experiment with video reviews and find that such a tool can help them do their job more efficiently.
On the other hand, the Pro plan is great for anyone who wants to optimise their project management and elevate their feedback and overall collaboration process.
Last but not least, Oroson offers a Business plan that can be used by companies that perform team projects and want to get the most out of team collaboration.
What do our pricing plans include?
All pricing plans include some main features such as:
Chat, comments, and annotations
The plans differentiate from one another in terms of the number of items and the storage space.
More specifically, the Starter plan gives users the opportunity to work on 1000 items while having a 50GB storage.
In addition to this, the Pro plan offers more than the double items, 2200 to be precise, and as you can imagine it has a higher storage limit of 125GB.
Last but not least, the Business pricing plan is tailored for companies with bigger storage and project creation needs.
For that reason, this plan gives them access to 5000 items and 250GB of storage.
To sum up, there are different paid plans according to an individual or company’s specific business needs.
You could decide on what your needs are by requesting a demo and take advantage of the Oroson features.
We’re now moving on to the second tool we have for you.
Tool #2: Ziflow
Ziflow is the second tool in our list of Frame.io alternatives.
It is an online proofing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that helps teams stay connected and collaborate in an efficient way.
It does so by giving them the opportunity to create automations and save time as well as use the tool as their centre of creative review.
Having a centralised review space definitely helps make collaboration more efficient.
Who is it for?
Ziflow calls itself a “proofing software for agencies and brands”.
It focusses on teams of different sizes and growing teams that are working remotely and want to centralise their feedback and communication processes.
More specifically, they offer solutions for a wide range of different industries and business types, such as creative and digital agencies, retail, marketing agencies, video editing and production companies, to mention just a few.
Have a look at the full list below:
Keep reading to find some Ziflow features.
Ziflow offers its users many features — some of which are:
Users can manage high volumes of proofs as well as multiple customers
Integrations and API with a number of applications
Different versions management and tracking
Different media types supported
Access to automated workflow
Tablet and mobile friendly
And, much more.
Let’s take a look at the tool’s pricing.
Here are the four paids plans Ziflow offers:
As you can see, the plans are:
These subscription plans support small teams that perform entry-level editions to organisations with bigger demands that want to automate and centralise their workflow entirely.
Each plan comes with a number of proofs and some gigabytes of storage, depending on the needs that the tool identifies for each case.
Ziflow subscriptions can be paid monthly or annually.
Let’s move forward to our next tool.
Tool #3: Vimeo
Vimeo is one more alternative to Frame.io.
Vimeo is a video hosting and video collaboration platform that, like others in this list, can be used to upload, share videos, and get feedback.
The tool facilitates team communication and collaboration and offers a wide range of features.
Let’s go in detail.
Who is it for?
First of all, Vimeo is widely used by creatives and filmmakers.
Additionally, it can be a great option for professionals and remote teams that find its video collaborations functionalities useful in order to make their work and task management more efficient.
Overall, the tool supports users with several capabilities that can make a significant difference in the way collaborative tasks are performed.
Vimeo has many capabilities in terms of video reviews and team collaboration.
One of the main ones is the video messaging feature that can be used for creating and sending video messages and video briefs.
Put another way, the tool can easily be used for screen recording – a feature that’s useful for realising a number of tasks.
Additionally, it facilitates the video making process from the beginning to post production and final video editing.
In terms of pricing, Vimeo offers four different subscriptions that focus on different professional needs for teams and individuals.
The four plans, as you can see, are:
The prices for those four paid plans depend on the number of users that can be involved in each plan.
Moreover, they’re affected by the different storage needs and number of projects that can be done.
Let’s get to our next alternative.
Tool #4: QuickReviewer
QuickReviewer is yet another video review and collaboration tool.
This tool offers a number of features that we’ll be discussing a little further down in this post.
It serves as an online proofing software that makes reviews and collaboration quicker and easier.
Who is it for?
Let’s have a look at the two categories that might benefit from using this tool.
First of all, the tool can be very helpful to creative agencies that undertake big, creative projects and require the involvement of more than one person.
It works as a centralised review and approval tool that facilitates communication between the team members.
Furthermore, QuickReviewer can be a good option for brands that wish to optimise their feedback processes, control their campaigns statuses, streamline their review systems, and create different workspaces for each team within a company.
Have a look at the QuickReviewer features below.
As we’ve highlighted already, the tool has many features to offer.
Some of the most important features are:
File sharing with controlled access, e.g. by using a timecode
Feedback flow, comment, and chat
Email notifications customisation
Groups creation for easier and more efficient file sharing
Integrations with a number of popular apps like Dropbox and Adobe Photoshop CC – others like Adobe Premiere and Google Drive are to be available soon
Similar to what we did for other tools in this list, we’re discussing the paid plans QuickReviewer offers to users.
As you can see on the screenshot above, this tool offers users two paid plans to cover increasing storage, branding, and integrations needs.
However, it also offers a free plan that can be used for basic video user reviews, file sharing, and limited storage needs.
Keep reading to find the next tool we’re looking at.
Tool #5: Wipster
Wipster is an easy to use tool for creatives and teams that function and thrive through collaboration and communication.
It can be used to perform a wide range of creative activities in terms of video editing, team communication, and the creative review process.
Who is it for?
Wipster’s customer stories, as you can see below, gives us a clear idea on the kind of creative audience that’s using the tool.
The stories speak of creative teams and creative individuals, like filmmakers, YouTubers, designers, and their use of the tool.
More specifically, they focus on how Wipster can help people working in the creative industries be faster with communication, optimise their video editing workflow and so on and so forth.
First of all, Wipster facilitates the overall asset management process for creative professionals.
It also supports uploads of most media file types and gives users the chance to create multiple teams and involve a big number of users, freelancers, and external collaborators like agencies.
Lastly, it offers open API access.
Let’s take a look at its pricing.
In terms of the pricing of the subscription plans Wipster offers, there are two paid plans and a free one.
Regarding the two paid plans, the prices vary depending on the headcount of a company as well as the size of storage, plus other factors.
Let’s get to the next Frame.io alternative.
Tool #6: ReviewStudio
ReviewStudio, like Frame.io, Screenlight, and others in this list is a video review and proofing software.
The tool simplifies and optimises the creative workflow by offering a wide range of features that help make video review and feedback easy.
Who is it for?
ReviewStudio provides tailored solutions for four professional categories, although it can also be used by others.
The categories are highlighted below:
ReviewStudio focusses on providing advertising agencies, marketing agencies, video and CGI studios, alongside design and creative teams with empowering features that help make project workflows easier and more efficient.
In terms of agencies as well as creative teams, the tool makes communication hassle free and helps save valuable time.
Additionally, it helps teams collect feedback from all stakeholders in a project, thus making the project realisation not only easier but also more effective in terms of the final outcome.
ReviewStudio offers useful annotation and video proofing features.
In addition, it supports feedback on various digital media file formats and file sharing, as well as revisions control and tracking.
A feature we particularly like about ReviewStudio is the live review sessions in cases when real-time collaboration is vital for the review and finalisation of the project.
A few additional features are:
And so on and so forth.
This tool gives four subscription options.
The paid plans are categorised as follows:
Pro, for professional individuals that work on a small number of projects at the same time
Team, for single teams that undertake and work on different projects
Studio, for multiple teams that work on many projects at the same time
Agency, that’s great for bigger projects undertaken by bigger teams and require the involvement of many users at the same time
Below is our second to last tool.
Tool #7: Workgroups Davinci
We’re almost done with our eight best Frame.io alternatives for video reviews and collaboration.
The second to last tool we have for you is Workgroups Davinci.
It’s an online proofing and task management tool that helps professionals meet their deadlines and be more productive.
It can be used to perform tasks like file sharing, feedback, workflow automation, and content approval on desktop and mobile devices.
Who is it for?
Workgroups Davinci is a tool for the following industries:
From manufacturing to health, financial and retail companies, this tool can help companies perform better by making workflow processes easier.
Additionally, the tool can be used by companies included in the education and entertainment sectors.
Let’s see some Workgroups Davinci features.
Here are some main Workgroups Davinci features we think are worth mentioning:
Product development improvement
Product quality management standardisation
Safety reporting streamline
Document approval and feedback facilitation
Productive and efficient workflow creation
To cut a long story short, the tool helps streamline a number of processes within the workplace while optimising the customer experience.
When it comes to pricing, Workgroups Davinci doesn’t provide information on their paid plans on their website.
We were able to identify three potential paid subscription categories.
You can find them below:
However, we can’t make any assumptions on the price range of these subscription plans.
Clients that are interested in learning more about the pricing of Workgroups Davinci should fill out a form – as shown on the screenshot above – and express their interest.
We’re moving on to the final video review and collaboration tool we want to share with you.
Tool #8: Filestage
The last SaaS we’re discussing as an alternative to Frame.io is Filestage.
Who is it for?
As we can see in the screenshot below, this tool focuses on providing solutions for companies that operate within these industries:
The tool can cover annotation, video review, online feedback needs for enterprises that perform multiple tasks at the same time, and for marketing agencies that need to streamline their processes in order to work faster and more efficiently.
In addition to this, scientific publications, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology companies can also benefit from using such a tool.
Last but not least, Filestage can be successfully used by marketing and design teams.
Let’s see some Filestage features.
We’ve already touched upon some of the main features Filestage offers, like video annotation, video proofing, and giving and receiving feedback.
However, Filestage has more to offer.
Here, we’re naming some of them:
Centralised content for all team members and stakeholders
Video review and approval workflows
Task and asset management
Enhanced review process and versioning
First things first, Filestage offers three paid plans to users.
Although all plans include an unlimited number of files, archived projects, and give access to an unlimited number of reviewers, they differ in terms of the customisation level they provide users with.
In other words, the Starter and Pro plan have pre-fixed numbers of team members and active projects whereas in the Enterprise plan, the numbers can be customised to fit the company’s special needs.
Let’s wrap this list up.
Looking for a Frame.io Alternative?
There’s no doubt that Frame.io is a great video reviews and collaboration platform.
However, as you’ve seen throughout this post, there are many Frame.io competitors that are worth taking a look at.
We may be a bit biased here, but our video review software is one of the best in the market for creative agencies who seek real-time collaboration for their team members.
It makes sense that we suggest that you take Oroson for a ride before considering other solutions.
Just request a free demo and we’ll be glad to show you how Oroson helps creative teams improve their workflow and streamline their processes.