At Motion Array, we're committed to designing services and tools that will support modern video creators from all crafts and skills levels. We see our Review and Portfolio services as doing exactly that and look forward to seeing the various ways in which they aid our users over the coming months.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) May 01, 2018
Motion Array, the leading marketplace for Premiere Pro templates, After Effects templates, stock video and stock music announces two new, innovative services: Review, a real-time video collaboration tool, and Portfolio, a portfolio-hosting website platform designed specifically for video creators. These new services are included at no additional cost to members of Motion Array.
For anyone on the client-facing end, Review is where you’re going to get most of your kicks. Gone are the days where you had to upload and email video files to clients, wait for feedback, make edits, then rinse and repeat fifty million times until you got it right. With Motion Array’s Review system, artists can now share draft videos with clients and collaborators who will then be able to provide real-time feedback in the form of frame-accurate comments.
What's more, users will also be able to upload multiple versions of the same project to the Review system, making it much easier to track progress and present a range of options to clients.
Once a video has received its seal of approval, it’s only one click away from appearing on your very own website created through Motion Array’s new Portfolio system. With video hosting capabilities, Portfolio provides the perfect platform for video creators looking to share their work with the world. It’s simple to use, offers personalized domains, and, like Motion Array’s Review system, can be customized to you or your client’s company branding.
For Motion Array subscribers, the beauty of these two new services means they’ll no longer have to jump back and forth between multiple subscription-based services just to get one job done. Naturally, this will save video creators a lot of time and money. But according to Motion Array co-founder Tyler Williams, it was an improved user-experience that was really driving the changes.
“At Motion Array, we are committed to designing services and tools that will support modern video creators from all crafts and skills levels. We see our Review and Portfolio services as doing exactly that and look forward to seeing the various ways in which they aid our users over the coming months. And, what really gets me excited is that we’re just getting started.”
In addition to these services, Motion Array has also revamped its marketplace with a bevy of new products and has also tweaked its search system to enable users to locate files with greater ease and speed than ever before.
Motion Array subscribers will be pleased to learn that the additional Review and Portfolio features have been incorporated into all subscription plans for no additional fee. The site has also placed no limit on the number of videos a user can upload to each of its services, provided they remain within their subscription plan’s upload limit.