Screenlight Review

There is a common problem when you create videos— you need your client to review and approve them.  If you are like me you use unlisted YouTube Videos or Vimeo where you can password protect your videos and send emails back and forth which makes the revision process painful.

I found a review online of Screenlight by Connor Crosby  so I emailed the guys at Screenlight and was given a free account to review as well.

Here are my initial thoughts:

Design. Minimal design non-cluttered. Very apple-like.

Unlimited projects -This is a plus because if you are like me , you have multiple projects you are working on at one time.

Customization. You can upload your logo and you can have your own look and feel. It’s your own project management workspace that you can make your own.

Mobile Friendly-the videos are automatically converted to high quality formats that will play on any device.

Batch upload. If you have multiple versions or videos it can work with them.

Public or private links. This is important because users have the ability to comment and the comments are delivered via email.

Downloadable source video and transcoded video. This is important as I have clients that want the video to play and the transcoded video to play on their computers.

2 GB upload. This is important because files can be uploaded, but most times you will transcode the files and then upload them to screen light.

User Roles: Participant of Administrator

Watch my video review and demonstration:

If you are looking for a  professional video sharing service I highly recommend Screenlight.

About Chip Dizárd

Chip is a Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Photoshop Certified Trainer and is passionate about helping people leverage technology for business and communications. He’s done a bit of everything from video production, to web, and application development.
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  1. […] 3. Screenlight. Screenlight is a service for video professionals and allows your production team as well as clients the ability to collaborate on videos. User can comment, make notes, and organize your video projects. A 30-day free trial is available if you’d like to try it out. Chip did a review on the service, you can check it out here. […]

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