More than 1 million people use Jumpshare to share better
If you’re looking at Jumpshare as a Wistia alternative, you’re probably looking for something that offers similar features at a lower cost. To save you all the trouble of going through page after page of online reviews and comparisons, we’ve done a complete comparison of Jumpshare features against Wistia’s below. So read ahead and find out if this switch is going to be better for you.
|Annotate local images|
|Record videos||Record GIFs|
|Record with click-tracking|
|Add call-to-action button on video|
|200+ file type previews|
|Drag & drop upload|
|Advanced shareable links|
|Advanced link expiration|
|Receive files from others|
While Wistia offers users a hosting platform for both videos and podcasts, the app itself does not have an innate video recorder. It uses a Google Chrome extension by the name of Soapbox to serve as its webcam and screen recorder, and does not offer any drawing tools during recording. Furthermore, customization options for webcam and screen recording are also limited.
Jumpshare has a built-in screen recorder that is customizable and a lot faster to use because of Jumpshare’s desktop app for both Windows and Mac users. You can record videos in UltraHD quality either with or without your webcam, and change the placement and shape of your webcam to your preference. Jumpshare’s recording window is also customizable - you get to crop out any part of your screen that you don’t want in the video. The click-tracking feature can be enabled so that your viewers follow every single click, and you can draw on your screen to highlight things.
Jumpshare users get communication controls and sharing opportunities at both the in-house and out-going end. Wistia is mostly a video sharing app, and even in that niche, it focuses mostly on the marketing aspect of sharing videos and audio. You may upload some formats of image files, but the complete potential of Wistia lies in the realm of video.
On the other hand, Jumpshare is an all-round sharing platform that supports more than 200 file formats - including various video and audio sharing options. Jumpshare also makes collaboration a dream by giving users the ability to leave time-stamped comments on videos along with mentions, so that they can leave pin-point feedback. Users also get notified of comments through their email, making them hard to miss. One of the coolest things about this feature is that guests can leave comments on videos as well without needing to sign up to Jumpshare - making it more accessible. Users can also seamlessly switch between their personal dashboard and the team dashboard, which contains shared files by all team members.
Created a folder “Photoshoot”
Uploaded 7 files to “Photoshoot”
Uploaded “Cover Design.psd”
Commented on “Cover Design.psd”
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Here’s some quick math for you: We’ve calculated that a team member saves around 50 minutes everyday by using Jumpshare for online communication. That adds up to 16.6 hours every month, making remote working more efficient and team members more productive. Pretty cool, huh?
Since Wistia is all about marketing, it offers you the creation of Projects and Channels as a means of getting viewers and getting your company to larger audiences. Jumpshare has more specified sharing features, allowing you to customize sharing links and set advanced link expiration settings. Jumpshare allows you more control over the access, viewing and downloading of your shared files. You can limit access to shared files and also schedule self-destruct on links and limit the number of views and downloads.
The Jumpshare CTA (call-to-action) button is also far more customizable than Wistia’s, offering users the ability to change the button’s shape, color and text. It also appears more aesthetic and emphatic, positioned in the center of your video. With Jumpshare’s advanced sharing options, users get an embed link for their videos and audio that can be used on websites, blogs, or online documents.
Wistia and Jumpshare’s user experience is divided majorly because one offers a desktop app and the other doesn’t. That’s Jumpshare, by the way, in case you weren’t paying attention. Jumpshare’s desktop app ensures that users can have a holistic sharing experience without the involvement of any web browsers, and contains all the major functions of the app, including a top-notch admin console. The minimal aesthetic of the app allows for better organization and an intuitive user experience.
Wistia works through its web app, with a mobile app released a while ago. However, it still doesn’t cater to video and audio recording without an added extension. Wistia may also take some time to upload videos to channels and projects. With Jumpshare, you can upload and share videos with immense speed due to cloud sharing. The recording is uploaded to your Jumpshare library within seconds of you pressing “Finish”, regardless of size. The public link to it is copied to your clipboard immediately, ready to be shared on its own or via email, along with a personalized note for its recipients. The Share box also contains the more advanced sharing features that we discussed above.
Jumpshare is an all-round communication platform, offering its users a lot more than the average video and audio tools. With a powerful file-viewer that can view more than 200 file formats online, you can share practically any file with anyone and they’d always be able to view it.
And if we’re speaking more features, Jumpshare offers screenshot capture, and timed screen captures, along with a wide range of annotation tools. Jumpshare also lets you annotate local images, create GIFs and share them quickly. So it’s got video, image and audio covered. Furthermore, users can compose notes on the built-in notepad in order to make lists or write reminders for themselves. They can also share markdown and coding snippets through this feature. There’s basically a tool for every little thing that a professional might need to share their files and feedback online - and to get teams to stay on the same page and operate seamlessly.
It all often just boils down to this: value for money. At a glance, both Jumpshare and Wistia offer free accounts where Wistia has a limit on the number of videos (3 videos) and Jumpshare has one on the length of the screen recordings (30 seconds). When it comes to the paid plans, Wistia offers two - Pro and Advanced. The Pro plan gives users 10 free videos, and charges 25¢/video afterwards, along with one channel to use. The Advanced plan does not have a quoted price, and offers further integrations with CRM softwares. The Pro plan costs $99/month.
Jumpshare has two paid plans: Plus and Business. Plus is designed for professionals, offering users advanced sharing controls and 1 TB of space with unlimited video recording, and priced at just $8.25/month when billed annually. Jumpshare Business is perfect for teams, giving them accelerated speeds and a customizable admin console with custom branding. The Business plan, when billed annually, costs $12.50/user/month. Not to be on the nose here, but that’s pretty cheap.
In the end, it’s always about what the software has to offer you and Jumpshare offers users a lot more at a far more affordable price. Ultimately it boils down to this: Wistia may offer users video and audio tools, but they are quite expensive. On the other hand, you get all of these tools with Jumpshare, plus unlimited recording and excellent annotation and sharing tools at a much reasonable price, along with a native desktop app.