It’s not that Frame.io‘s filmmakers’ collaboration website wasn’t interesting before – it’s just that they’ve clearly been doing a LOT of work since the initial release, and their community has grown very, very quickly. Try a Final Cut Pro X extension which makes it as simple to output selected clips from a timeline as DaVinci Resolve 12, and 50,000+ users from 120 countries now online.
There have been other improvements too, notably around permissions and privacy.
It’s a slick web site, and Final Cut Pro Companion is a slick app.
To learn more, visit www.frame.io.
Frame.io Web App 1.1
• New Private Team Files & Folders – Hallelujah. You can now set files and folders to be invisible from collaborators.
• New Collaborator Permissions – You can now restrict collaborators from downloading, sharing, or inviting other collaborators.
• New Project Sharing – When project sharing is turned on, anyone with the link can join. It’s a great way to invite large groups of collaborators without having to invite them individually.
• New Real Time Upload Status – Now all participants of a project can see upload progress in real time which can eliminate lot’s of confusion.
• Expanded keyboard shortcuts – You can now use the arrow keys to navigate through thumbnails. Spacebar to Quicklook, Esc to exit, Enter key to enter the player, and Esc key again to exit the player.
Final Cut Pro Companion app 1.1.
• Added support for queuing. You can now send multiple projects at a time to the companion app.
• Drag and Drop upload from the desktop.
• Acts as a standalone uploader with or without FCPX.
• Custom export locations allow access to rendered FCPX Media.
• Convert FCPX markers into timestamped Frame.io comments.
• Added options to choose marker types when exporting only clips with markers.
• New reduced bandwidth option
Learn more at frame.io
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)