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Membership can be upgraded for additional features listed here or if you know which one you want click on your profile picture in upper right and choose Settings→Membership.

Updating your membership will not take affect until you current membership renewal date. No prorated upgrade available at this time.

Ads

Overview

You can create Movie related Classified ads listed by Categories and Sub-Categories as well as by search key words.

Moviemasti Marketplace enables users to create classified ads and post them into specific groups or onto their personal profile.

Moviemasti Marketplace can be used to advertise any kind of movie related Jobs, preproduction , post production related services, used  Equipment sale , Miscellaneous and more.

Albums

Overview

Media sharing area for users to upload, share, manage and comment on photos and videos.

Albums key features:

  • Individual media file pages with comments and likes.
  • Album pages with comments, likes, and “darkroom” gallery view.
  • Short and extended snippets with swipe/scroll controlled previews.
  • Categories.
  • Hashtags.
  • Camera EXIF data tags.
  • Transcoder for optimised photo previews.
  • Video converter for HTML5 video playback.
  • Social sharing.
  • Favourites.
  • Notifications.
Conversations

Overview

More commonly known as Site Mailbox .Conversations  allows asynchronous exchange of messages. While there is no limit or requirement on the message length, the format encourages long-form posts, forming potentially lengthy, detailed exchange. 

Conversations are always private - visible only to the users specified by the original poster. Opening post is treated as a "subject" and participants generally try to focus on it. Additional participants may be added at any stage, though common etiquette is to ask participants for permission to do so. Similar to Email threads, but contained within the site and controlled by original poster.

Pros:

  • Clearly identified privacy.
  • No expectation of immediate reply.
  • Old messages are easily accessible for later reference.
  • Participants may choose to stay focused on original post or deviate from it.
  • Longer posts may cover more details and more topics.
  • Not visible to search engines, protecting privacy.

Cons:

  • Conversations can be slow and tedious.
  • Messages can be too long.
  • Interruption by short-form or casual messages is not welcome.
  • Can not be used as knowledge base for wider community.

Best for:

  • Communities requiring in-depth, unhurried, private conversations.
  • Exchange of sensitive private information, documents, technical, requirements, reports, etc.
  • Direct conversions with other members, friends, etc.
Discussions

Overview

Discussions can be alternatively called Discussions Boards, Message Boards or Forums. Messages in Discussions are often longer than one line of text, and exchange is expected to be asynchronous - immediate replies are not expected. Also, depending on the Membership level of a user or the site set-up a discussion forum may have hierarchical structure or categories of topics. Categories are pre-defined.Similar to  Conversations, but generally public and categorized.

Pros:

  • Posts are organized, easy to browse and reference.
  • Context is clear and the requirement for staying on-topic may be strictly enforced.  
  • Anyone within the group specified by Membership permissions may join a discussion. 
  • Public discussions can form high-quality content, generating organic search engine traffic. 
  • Asynchronous posting reduces peak server load.

Cons:

  • Private conversations with specific users are not possible. 
  • Spontaneous deviation from the topic may disrupt the discussion. 
  • May take too long for users to post follow-up messages, rendering some discussions obsolete. 
  • Participants are not directly addressed and may fail to follow-up when needed. 

Best for:

  • Communities focused on specific subject, where public discussion is preferred.
  • Free public customer support, where answers can be useful for other users.
  • Content-centric sites, relying on organic search engine traffic and accessible content archives.
  • Large communities, with active participants willing to reply to new topics.