Chip Dizárd of Web Video Chefs recently reviewed our video collaboration service.
Highlights for Chip included our clean design, custom branding, mobile friendly video playback, different ways of sharing, and the ability to deliver source videos to clients.
Chip found that ScreenLight was an excellent fit for his wedding video business, his corporate video business, and his church and ministry business.
If you haven't checked out Chip's sites you should. Web Video Chefs has video production tips and tutorials for beginners and professionals alike. Chip also has a very active personal blog (400 posts and counting) that covers topics such as video production, productivity software, and the different projects he works on.
Connor Crosby of Editing Whiz also published an updated review of ScreenLight.
In his previous review he focused on the features and functionality of the service. In this one, the rubber hit the road as he tested ScreenLight on a paid client project. Like Chip he appreciated the custom branding, the different permissions that can be assigned to participants, the simplicity, and the speed of uploads and encoding. He also found the ability for clients to specify starting and ending points in their comments very helpful.
Connor's site features a range of tutorials on After Effects, Media Composer, Final Cut Pro X, as well as, reviews of post production tools.