Unlike Frame.io, Ziflow connects video assets to stage-based workflow templates that automate the entire proof creation and distribution process with the right team members (and clients.)
Use workflow templates for video projects:
Need more than just video proofing without sacrificing multimedia functionality?
As the world's leading enterprise proofing solution for brands and agencies, Ziflow brings video review and approval into your entire end-to-end marketing production process.
Get all of the markup, storage, and security features your video production team expects with automation tools your whole team (and clients) can rely on to review, approve, and finalize multimedia content faster.
Get all the benefits of video proofing plus much more. Ziflow proofs rich media files plus the many other formats your marketing and production teams use, including:
I realized that it's trying to do a whole range of different things, rather than just specializing in video. You don't need to be a scientist to use Ziflow. It's pretty intuitive.
Ziflow makes it easy to for internal and external reviewers to share clear, actionable feedback on video projects using:
Ziflow automatically transcodes video files and triggers the right review flows across marketing systems upon conversion. We supports99.9% of codecs/formats and enable you to:
Unlike other video proofing solutions, Ziflow doesn’t require any third-party app plugins to operate with your team's design files. No plugins needed to integrate your files means:
Ziflow was created and is still led by the founders of ProofHQ, the first proofing solution on the market. With more experience helping creative teams streamline their workflows than any other company on the market, our team knows exactly what it takes to support the creative production processes of enterprise brands and agencies:
Here’s what our customers had to say
“The energy of Ziflow’s development team for new features was really aligned with Splash’s view that technology must keep evolving to stay in front of clients feature requirements and demands.”