Ensemble Video is a breath of fresh air
September 19, 2016

Ensemble Video is a breath of fresh air

Kristi Burch | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Ensemble Video

We use Ensemble Video broadly. Our faculty uses it to show films and clips of films to students in the academic setting. Our students also use it to watch these films and clips as well as upload recorded projects to dropbox for certain classes. Many faculty [members] link Ensemble Video to Moodle as well for easy access by students in one location. We have a generic library in which all students and faculty can access the films, then we create libraries for various classes and instructors as well as staff members. Some of these libraries are created for personal use and others are used for class-related projects and presentations. Ensemble Video is a wonderful product and has made life much easier for faculty and students at our school.
  • Customer Service is excellent. I always my questions and issues are taken care of in a prompt and friendly manner.
  • The quality of the service is superb! After using other services similar to Ensemble and finding them quite lacking in many areas, Ensemble is a breath of fresh air.
  • The price is actually quite affordable compared to the quality of service we receive. Alternative services were much more expensive and provided a lot less in many areas.
  • The online documentation needs to be upgraded. Often we look for information and can't find anything current.
  • We have saved money overall by implementing this service. [We are] Increasing the availability of the service to our users and reducing the overall cost. Win win.
  • VBrick
VBrick was honestly awful. The quality was disastrous, the cost was astronomical, and it didn't work on multiple browsers. Ensemble far outweighs this service on every level.
Ensemble Video is well suited in the classroom environment, on the road for student athletes, and in large auditoriums for group showings. I can't really think of a less appropriate scenario - maybe in the woods...