Reviewing video and audio? Here’s how.

PageProof is used to review and approve all sorts of work every day; documents, imagery, brochures, billboards, posters and more – all using the red pen to add comments in precise places to give feedback.

So how do you proof video and audio content? With the same red pen of course!

Easily add comments to podcasts, radio ads, music...with PageProof’s audio proofing.

Our aim was to bring the familiar interface that you know and love for static proofing to moving content – why ask your reviewers to learn something new?

Here’s how our video and audio review process works.

  1. Upload your file. We support all these.
  2. Inviter reviewers. If you have more than one, using workflows makes this a breeze.
  3. Use the red pen to place feedback directly on the video or waveform as it’s playing.
Easily add comments to film, animated videos, GIFs...with PageProof’s video proofing

That process sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

Just a couple of small differences to note. You’ll see a play icon to start and pause the video or audio, and controls to skip forward and back, even nudge frame-by-frame or second-by-second. Video comments will have a timecode for precise reference, in audio this is a start and end timestamp.

PageProof. Proofing moving and audio content is just as simple as static.


About Gemma

Gemma is the CEO and co-founder of PageProof. After years of working with the creative industry, she saw a better way to facilitate feedback on creative work.