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Importing Videos

If you have video files or you have run an existing research study on another platform you can easily import it right into Vempathy.

By importing your videos into Vempathy, you can take advantage of the automated analysis and reporting that Vempathy provides without uprooting your existing research process. When you import videos into Vempathy you will get most of the analysis and reporting that are used in our recording software including quantitative metrics, automatic highlight reel generation, and aggregate emotion reporting. You can learn more about these reports in the Reviewing Results section of this guide.

Details for each of our supported platforms are below, and if there is another platform that you would like to import from you can always upload video files to Vempathy for analysis. Want to see another platform supported? Let us know by emailing help@vempathy.com.

UserTesting

To import a research project from UserTesting you can start by creating a new project and choosing UserTesting from the list of options in the import dropdown. You can copy and paste your project’s share URL (https://www.usertesting.com/v/7e0358…) from UserTesting into the importer and Vempathy will begin analyzing all of your videos. If you have notifications enabled then you will receive an email as soon as Vempathy’s reports are ready for you to review. Reporting on UserTesting videos generally takes just a few minutes.

Validately

To import a research project from Validately you can start by creating a new project and choosing Validately from the list of options in the import dropdown. You can copy and paste each of your videos share URLs (https://validately.com/tracker_shares/bdbf803…) from Validately into the importer and Vempathy will begin analyzing all of your videos. If you have notifications enabled then you will receive an email as soon as Vempathy’s reports are ready for you to review. Reporting on Validately videos generally takes just a few minutes.

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