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- Planning your next large-scale virtual event?
- Shooting several watch parties around an air date?
- Launching an internal or external video content series?
- Interviewing subject matter experts for a time-sensitive project?
- Capturing multiple unboxing moments for an upcoming product launch?
- Filming distributed talent for on-set behind-the-scenes, correspondence, and EPK purposes?
A maximum of nine (9) individuals, on different devices and in different roles, can join each OpenReel Session. Every Session must have one (1) Director, and the Director has some flexibility to choose how they fill those eight (8) additional seats. Up to four (4) Collaborators can help with the shoot. Up to eight (8) individuals can join on the Subject side; in this situation no Collaborators could join since the nine (9) seats would be filled.
You can record up to eight (8) Subject feeds (mobile or web) or seven (7) Subject feeds and one (1) Director or Collaborator feed simultaneously. Additionally, you can record a screen and the same Subject’s webcam at the same time. This will only use one of the 8 available video feeds, but the two feeds will record as separate files.
Currently, the OpenReel platform can be used on computers running Mac OS X 10.14 and above, and Windows 10, as well as iOS mobile devices and Android 8.1 or higher devices.
When a video is recorded locally, that means the recording takes place on the device itself (computer or iOS device) instead of capturing streaming footage over the internet in the cloud or on the Director’s computer. Capturing locally ensures that the recordings are reliably recorded in the highest possible resolution, instead of capturing streaming footage through traditional video conferencing software or screen recording tools.
No, the Director can automatically upload the local recordings during or after the Session in real time to their secure cloud storage within OpenReel for immediate use, as well as to prevent the files from taking up space on the Subject’s device.