Leading workflow management platform Frame.io have announced a massive new, and totally overhauled version of their workflow collaboration app with loads of new features and improvements is coming this Summer. The company will show a preview of all the all new Frame.io at NAB 2018. The next generation of the company’s media review and collaboration software, the all new Frame.io will be reengineered for speed. According to Frame.io, in the new version large projects can load up to 100 times faster and uploading media now supports Gigabit speeds and beyond.
The revamped Frame.io is said to also bring a much broader media support, better version control, new commenting tools, and enhanced search top the list of over 150 new features and improvements.
The all new Frame.io aims high – as it is billed by its makers as “…a new industry standard with a never-before-seen set of collaboration tools for content creators”. Frame.io has a wide user base ranging from freelancers working with individual clients to small internal teams and massive distributed organizations.
Summary of New Features Coming to Frame.io this Summer
- Advanced media browser with enhanced search and a new uploader with nested folder support
The new Frame.io will be up to one-hundred times faster with a new media browser that enables users to fly through thousands of assets at lightning speed. New sorting and search options make it easier for users to find exactly what they need in less time. The all new uploader can support speeds above 1 Gigabit and retains full nested folder structures during upload.
- Revamped core video playback (with 4K support)
Designed to play fast and smooth video, audio, images, multi-page PDFs and animated GIFs. The Rebuilt Core Video Playback Engine means faster/smoother playback with less buffering, at up to 4K resolution.
- Rich, range-based commenting
Comments that support attachments and new range-based feedback. Range-based comments unlock a whole new level of communication. Users simply drag the comment handle over the timeline to create a range and better reference the underlying content.
See who’s currently watching (live) and who’s already watched with clip history. Clip statistics show you play count, historical views, and even let you set up a notification when a specific person or group of people start viewing.
The new version manager in the all new Frame.io lets users add, remove or rearrange versions from the stack.
The All-New Frame.io comes with over 150 additional features and improvements:
- All new apps and integrations for enhanced workflows
- Improved playback performance with HLS and DASH streaming
- Visual watermarking
- Media lifecycle management
- Dozens of security features in support of a commitment to offer the most secure platform available for video review
The new redesigned player page supports 360-degree VR content with spatial annotations so users can highlight a specific target within the frame. With a polished design and improved performance on mobile browsers, the player page allows users to an easily add descriptions to files, clearly see what date and version they are working on and collaborate even more quickly with their teams and clients.
If you are going to NAB this year, you can check out a product demo of Frame.io at the Western Digital booth (SL6316) in the South Lower Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
To gain early access and receive updates on the release of the new version to sign up via this link.