Cospective, Maker of cineSync, Releases Frankie 2.2

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Greater Flexibility for the Creative Industry's Leading Video Review Tool

Adelaide, Australia: Dec. 20, 2013 ... Today Cospective released Frankie 2.2, an update of the company's easy-to-use browser-based video review tool. Along with a number of performance enhancements, Frankie 2.2 has introduced a Sync Options panel. Hosts can now switch between two different modes, choosing whether or not to allow guests to control sync.

Frankie allows for collaborative video review by anyone with an internet connection, regardless of location or time zone. Users can play or pause content, add notes, and sketch ideas onto the video image. The new Sync Options of Frankie 2.2 bring added flexibility to review sessions, allowing users to match their clients' level of experience. More information on the update is available at

"This update makes Frankie an even more effective tool for discussing video projects," said Jeremy Pollard, product manager for Frankie. "It offers ad agencies greater flexibility in guiding reviews of short-form video work, such as TV commercials, internally and with clients."

Frankie is available from Cospective, the team that built cineSync, the Academy Award(tm) winning remote review and approval tool used daily on top feature films around the world. For more information on Frankie, or to sign up for a free 21-day trial, visit


About Frankie

Frankie is made by Cospective, creators of innovative software solutions to visual communication challenges. Its product line also includes cineSync, the Academy Award(tm) winning synchronized review and approval tool used for major film productions. Frankie is used for real-time video review using standard web browsers and is ideally suited for short form content produced by ad agencies, production companies and post houses. Cospective is a privately held company based in Adelaide, Australia. For more information, visit

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