Hi, it’s Neil here, founder of Camflare.
I hope you’re well and staying safe, wherever you are in the world.
I just wanted to drop you a quick email to say thank you for using Camflare during our beta period. It’s been unbelievable to hear how our recorder has helped so many people since August 2020.
I'm so proud of my team who have developed a truly unique platform where just one link allows audiences of all sizes to record and send high quality video straight back to the person who requested it.
I wanted to take this opportunity of reminding you that from the 1st Feb 2021, we will be offering 4 new ways to subscribe to Camflare.
Your current Camflare account will be reset and you can choose how you want to continue with Camflare the next time you log in. If you have any questions/problems, just email us at [email protected]
and we can clarify for you.
While you are choosing your plan, don’t worry, all of your studio links that you have created are safe. But please note that they will have been set to ‘expired’. This means that your contributors won’t be able to record until you have chosen your plan.
If you choose to stay on a ‘Professional’ plan, they will spring into life again instantly - perfect!
But if you downgrade to ‘Basic’, they will shorten to a maximum recording length of just 30 seconds.
To activate a professional account you will be able to subscribe via our payment partner PayPal. Just follow the links within Camflare.
If you require an Enterprise plan or multiple licenses for your team, just drop our brilliant Amy an email at [email protected]
- where she will arrange a call to chat in detail about your individual needs.
Thank you once again for using Camflare and helping us shape a fabulous community of creatives, marketers and more!
Be sure to know that we are committed to developing Camflare to be the essential digital recorder for the masses. Helping you cut time and cost while delivering great quality.
I look forward to seeing you on the other side and continuing your journey to capture content en masse with Camflare.