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Dropbox Replay vs Vimeo: Who wins?

If you work in video, there’s one clear way to get precise feedback, smooth reviews and quick approvals: Dropbox Replay.
Someone marking up frame in video entitled running-spot-v1 in Dropbox Replay

The smart, simple, time-saving Vimeo alternative

Dropbox Replay wraps around the videos you’re already storing and sharing in Dropbox, so you don’t have to worry about moving huge files back and forth, jumping in and out of applications, version control issues or lost time. How else does it compare?

  1. Replay lets you make time-stamped, frame-by-frame comments on videos, even on a free Dropbox Basic plan – unlike Vimeo, which offers only basic commenting features unless you upgrade.
  2. Replay works with the video editing tools you’re already using, including Adobe Premiere Pro and – unlike Vimeo, which has a limited Adobe Premiere Pro integration for unpaid users.
  3. Replay recreates the live viewing room virtually, so reviewers can mark up projects as a team, in real time, no matter where they are. Replay live review sessions are a one-of-a-kind experience, and that leaves Vimeo behind.
Guest and Mariah Casey marking up frame and adding comments in video entitled running-spot-v2 in Dropbox Replay

There’s always a deadline, and it’s usually tomorrow morning.

With Replay, the things that get in the way of signing off for the night – lost emails, scattered Slacks, forgotten feedback – are all right in front of you. So you can get done and move on.

Dropbox Replay shaves hours off back-and-forth reviews with simple, frame-accurate commenting and annotations – as well as real-time collaboration, which lets reviewers watch the playback together, even if they’re not together.

And that saves as many hours as it does headaches.

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If you like what you see here, check out the Dropbox Replay Add-On for even more collaboration features, premium security and higher file-upload limits.

Replay reduces project time by up to 50%*, so you don’t have to work twice as hard.

Dropbox Replay works with the video editing tools you use. It keeps control of version control – so you can add new versions, keep the old ones in place and easily toggle between them. And because you get faster responses from your team, projects get done in half the time. But don’t take our word for it, ask the 9 out of 10 users who would recommend Replay to a friend or colleague.*

*Based on a 2021 Dropbox research survey of registered Dropbox users who have used Dropbox Replay.

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