Proofing videos in Proof Viewer

    Summary:  Ziflow supports a wide range of file types to help you and your team tackle all types of creative projects - including video. All of Ziflow's markup and annotation tools are available while collaboratively reviewing videos and so are all the great commenting and feedback capabilities that streamline the entire review and approval process. 

    If needed you can also upload subtitles which will be displayed inside Proof Viewer along with the video.

    Available for: users with “view” permissions. Every reviewer that is added to a proof will automatically have "view" permissions.

    How does it work?

    The Video Proof Viewer is designed to look and feel exactly the same as the standard Proof Viewer, with a few additional features.

    1. Volume & mute - this button allows you to increase or decrease the sound. This button can be also used for muting the sound.
    2. Timer and time format - the first set of numbers show time elapsed, followed by the total length of the video. You can also decide in what format timer should be displayed: Time, TimeCode and Frames 
    3. Range-based comments - if you need to add a comment that refers to some part of the audio/video file you can adjust the starting and ending point of the comment by moving comment indicators. Indicators range timeline will be additionally added under the comment.
    4. Play/Pause &  Skip to the next/previous frame- Play/pause button allows you to start and stop the video. Alternatively, you can hit the space bar, and it will work the same as clicking play/pause button.

      Left and right arrows let skipping a video to the next/previous frame.
    5. Playback speed - click this button in order to increase or decrease video speed.
    6. Subtitles - if subtitles were added during proof creation this button will let reviewers to switch them on/off during video playback.
    7. Safe zones (Business & Enterprise feature only) - this lets you see how the video will look with different safe areas displayed on the video image.
    8. Loop - this button allows you to put a video on a loop, and it will start the video automatically once it reaches the end.
    9. Full-screen mode - opens a video in a full-screen mode.

    The rest of the functionalities inside the Video Proof Viewer are exactly the same as they are for static files. You can put your video in fullscreen, zoom in or out, fit the video to the screen, and of course, add comments/markups etc.

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