@Guy-Perrin @Greenham MRA Video isn't part of the route-planning aspect and therefore not part of Gold or Gold Lifetime. However, I've seen this comment on several places and we're thinking about methods by which to reward paying members or make it easier for them to try out MRA Video.
@Gary-France Thank you for your comment. Of course I'm sad that MRA Video doesn't live up to your expectations, but that doesn't mean it's meant as a competitor to Relive. Relive is primarily aimed at cyclists and support only tracklogs. MRA Video seems alike, but does a lot of things rather differently. First of all: motorists and motorcyclists tend to make longer trips, making a video where the pointer moves along the route very erratic. We've intentionally chosen a birds-eye view as this allows for a complete overview of the route with marked highlights. The highlights for tracklogs are globally the same, although MRA Video allows for the usage of routes as well as tracks. This is very different: if you have for example a route with waypoints including information or a color, this will be highlighted on the map. The purpose is also different: Relive seems to be aimed primarily at individual cyclists, MRA Video is aimed at group-minded motorists and motorcyclists.
To stay within the frame of thought as MRA video as a Relive-competitor: they've had a first mover advantage and years in advance. They do things different, and have a different target audience. Additionally, Relive's services stop where they start, they do video's (and they do it very nicely!) and that's it. Regardless, we've heard your comments and have seen it throughout the community. Perhaps the community wants MRA Video to evolve more in the direction of what Relive does. If that's the case, as we've done for the past 8 years, we'll follow.