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Assemblage vs Framebench: What are the differences?

Assemblage: Powerful visual collaboration tool. For more efficient projects, teams and meetings. Collaborate directly in your browser. Supports 20+ filetypes. Draw, annotate and edit with partners, co-workers or friends. All changes happen real-time on all screens; Framebench: Share, discuss & work together on any file with anyone. Framebench lets teams share, discuss & work together on almost any file type. Perfect for review & feedback workflows.

Assemblage and Framebench belong to "Visual Collaboration" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Assemblage are:

  • See and compare multiple visual elements at the same time with an unlimited number of people
  • Review, edit and comment simultaneously on previews of large image/video files
  • Instant overview of large amounts of visual material

On the other hand, Framebench provides the following key features:

  • File Sharing
  • TableTop Sync
  • Text & Voice Chat, Integrates within workflow
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What is Assemblage?

For more efficient projects, teams and meetings. Collaborate directly in your browser. Supports 20+ filetypes. Draw, annotate and edit with partners, co-workers or friends. All changes happen real-time on all screens.

What is Framebench?

Framebench lets teams share, discuss & work together on almost any file type. Perfect for review & feedback workflows

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              As of June 27, 2014 it doesn't exist as an stand alone product probably going to be integrated in Cisco's WebEx

              http://blogs.cisco.com/news/cisco-announces-acquisition-of-assemblage

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