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June 19, 2014, 01:13 PM
Due to popular demand, Frankie announced new pricing plans for its video review-and-approval system, with the cheapest plan coming in at $49 per month. The company has also added new features and doubled quotas for its existing customers worldwide. With three levels of service, Frankie now caters to everyone from individual freelancers to the largest studios.#cinesync#video review#frankie#tvc#frankie review#cospective
April 29, 2014, 03:00 PM
Johannesburg, South Africa: Apr. 28, 2014… Both cineSync and Frankie, the review-and-approval tools from Cospective, were used to complete a humorous campaign of three TV commercials by Embassy, the South African production and post company. Using remote approval sessions between its suites in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Embassy was able to complete the project in two weeks for the South African theater chain, Ster-Kinekor. Using these two tools from Cospective, Embassy has demonstrated a cohe...#cinesync#video review#frankie#tv commercials#online review
October 7, 2013, 09:28 AM
Hollywood-based production studio Ingenuity Engine recently relied on Cospective’s video review tool, Frankie, to help finish a three-part television commercial campaign for Virgin Holidays. Frankie allowed the team at Ingenuity Engine to review and discuss work-in-progress with the director, producers and the ad agency, even though they were in four separate locations. Synchronized, interactive video review enabled an efficient creative decision-making process.#video production#video review#frankie#tvc#ingenuity engine
August 21, 2013, 09:09 AM
cineSync video review software now has Aspera file transfer technology integrated into it. This means that cineSync users can now make high speed file transfers from within the cineSync interface.#video production#cinesync#video review#aspera#frankie
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