( developers of the video review and collaboration platform for content creators, has unveiled 2.0, a massive upgrade boasting more than 100 new features and improvements.

It brings speed and simplicity with brand new client Review Pages, a new capability that expands content review and sharing. In addition, the new release boasts deeper workflow integration with Final Cut Pro X and Avid Media Composer, plus a completely re-engineered player.

Just as internal teams can collaborate using’s annotation and feedback tools, so too can clients provide detailed feedback on projects with Review Pages, putting an end to “feedback paralysis” once and for all. It makes the sharing experience simple, with no logging in required.

Review Pages give clients the same commenting powers as collaborators, without exposing them to the full interface. Settings are configurable to meet any one customer’s specific needs, including workflow controls (approvals), security (password protection, setting expiration date), and communication (including a personalized message for the client).

Eliminating confusing email threads, the Review Pages workflow simplifies the exchange of ideas, consolidating feedback in a succinct manner, ensuring editors and artists have the input they need to perfect the project. And for those using Adobe Premiere or After Effects, those thoughts flow directly into the timeline, where you can immediately take action and upload a new version. Client Review Pages are also now available in the Apple Design Award-winning iOS app, allowing content creators, artists, clients and other stakeholders to collaborate, even when on the move.

When it comes to post-production and visual effects creation, 2.0 boasts new workflow improvements across the board. Exporting and importing comments and annotations into Final Cut Pro X and Avid Media Composer is now easier than ever, with the upgraded, free desktop companion app, which allows users to open downloaded comment files and bring them into the editor as markers.

And there’s no need to toggle between and the NLE – everything is transitioned over. Users can also now copy and paste comments from one version to another. The information is exportable in a variety of formats, whether that’s a PDF containing a thumbnail, timecode, comment, annotation and completion status that can be shared and reviewed with the team, or as a .csv or .xml file containing tons of additional data for further processing.

Also new to 2.0 is a SMPTE-compliant source timecode display that works with both non-drop and drop frame timecode. And now, users can download proxies straight from, so you can continue creating.

The 2.0 Player page now offers greater navigation, efficiency and accountability. New “comment heads” allow artists to visually see who left a comment and where, so they can easily and quickly find and prioritize feedback on any given project. Users can also preview the next comment, allowing them to fully grasp feedback, saving them time when one comment affects another.

Ideal for motion and visual effects artists, the new looping feature lets users watch the same short clip on loop, allowing them to immerse themselves in the visuals and make just the right number of tweaks to create the perfect effect. You can even select a range within a clip to really dive in deep. 2.0’s asset slider makes it super simple to navigate between assets from the player page.

The new 2.0 dashboard has been redesigned from the ground up for speed and simplicity. You can manage collaborators for any given project from the all-new collaborator panel, where adding an entire team to a project is just one click away. A search in the project search bar makes it super easy to bring up a project.

Getting lost in a project? Just look up to the breadcrumb navigation bar, which tracks every move deeper into a sub-sub-subfolder, helping artists stay oriented when getting lost in their work. What’s more, the new list view option with mini-scrub gives users the birds-eye view of everything happening in 2.0.

Copying and moving assets between projects is not only simple, but it takes up no additional storage, even when users make thousands of copies of a clip or project. 2.0 also now offers the ability to publish direct to Vimeo, with full control over publishing options, so users can create the description and set privacy permissions, right then and there.

Pricing for starts at $150 per month.