Frame.io 2.0 Has Arrived to Improve the Editorial Collaboration Experience

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Frame.io 2 is based on everything we’ve learned from our customers over the past two years and includes our most requested features.

Frame.io, developers of the video review and collaboration platform for content creators, today unveiled Frame.io 2.0, a massive upgrade boasting more than 100 new features and improvements. A quantum leap forward in media sharing and client collaboration, Frame.io 2.0 brings speed and simplicity with brand new client Review Pages, a groundbreaking new capability that expands content review and sharing. In addition, the new release boasts deeper workflow integration with Final Cut Pro® X and Avid Media Composer®, plus a completely re-engineered player.

“Frame.io 2 is based on everything we’ve learned from our customers over the past two years and includes our most requested features,” says Emery Wells, CEO of Frame.io.

Attendees to the 2017 NAB Show can see Frame.io 2.0 in action at the G-Technology booth (SL3824).

Put an end to feedback paralysis with new client Review Pages

Just as internal teams can collaborate using Frame.io’s comprehensive annotation and feedback tools, so too can clients provide detailed feedback on projects with Review Pages, putting an end to “feedback paralysis” once and for all. A much better way to work with clients and external stakeholders, Review Pages make the sharing experience incredibly simple, with no logging in required. See how Review Pages work.

Review Pages give clients the same commenting powers as collaborators, without exposing them to the full Frame.io interface. Settings are highly configurable to meet any one customer’s specific needs, including workflow controls (approvals), security (password protection, setting…

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