Frame Expands Video Collaboration Partners and Integrates Apple TV Application

Services for video collaboration and evaluation in the cloud Frame.io today announced new or extended partnerships with Teradek, Atomos, and iPhone software developer FiLMiC Pro, among others, and debuted an app on Apple AAPL -0.5 TV devices. Michael Cioni, Senior Director of Global Innovation at Frame.io, said the company is working with 11 companies to bring its Camera to the cloud technology with video and software applications at every level of video creation, from high-resolution productions to cell. phones, involving products from Viviana, Colorfront, FDX’s FilmDataBox, and Aaton. He said he was in the process of establishing partnerships with a dozen other companies.

“It’s a Camera to the Cloud for everyone,” Cioni said. “What we are really trying to do is not just give people a piece of equipment. We are providing a completely new set of tools. Everyone has to decide how deep they want to go. ”That means Frame.io integration with Teradek, which enables recording applications for high-resolution cameras, as well as the new Serv 4K Business, which creates low-bandwidth, real-time proxies in the HEVC 10 format 4K bit to share across all clouds. Teradek and Sound Devices are the first partners in Camera to the Cloud program that began last year.

The new partnership includes one with Atomos, whose new Shogun Connect device and the newly updated Ninja V Connect module and the available Ninja V + devices will be able to capture video from any mirror, DSLR, or pro video camera, and distributed to the cloud for review and approval. Such cameras are often used for corporate videos, news groups, event photographers, and indie history and filmmakers.

CNN’s John Berman: Arizona ‘Sham Audit’ Shows Donald Trump ‘Even Bigger Loser First Time’ ‘Cut It, Cut It Now!’ Newsmax Anchor Ends Interview When A Guest Discusses Donald Trump. The integration also reaches developers using the FiLMiC Pro movie editing software on their iPhone, with functions designed to make it easy to transfer large video clips from the phone to the cloud, where they can edit, edit color, and otherwise undergo post production with remote collaborators.

Other new partners include Magic ViewFinder, Comfort, and Zoelog. The company is also integrating its distribution services into FilmLight’s Baselight color software. The Apple TV application is designed to create an advanced film review process for executives, with an easy-to-use interface to make it easy to review, interpret and approve clips or all 10-bit, 4K resolution video HDR on their TVs. Cioni said the new app makes it easy to create a large set-up screen during a production so participants can view or review shots as they play.

Could This Be The Future EV Charging Station? The company also incorporates new security features, including dual factor authentication and digital rights management services, which together with its watermarking services enhance the security for streaming clips on the web. “The DRM includes server-side certification,” said Paul Saccone, Frame.io director of marketing. “If (a clip) is not authorized, it will not be returned.”

Adobe acquired Frame.io last fall for about $ 1.3 billion, saying it will be a significant addition to its cloud-based content creation tools. A few days ago, Frame.io announced its app would be free for subscribers to Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of creative programs such as Photoshop and After Effects. That means people using Premier Pro, for example, can download a video via Frame.io, edit it and then let our result be for review, further work and certifications.

The packages will also be available free of charge for Frame.io account holders, with most available as of today. The new Atomos and Teradek devices are expected to be available soon. Earlier this week, Blackmagic Design introduced its own commitment to cloud-based video production, working collaboratively into the production of all video- and audio editing / color rendering / DaVinci Resolve color rendering suits, and a number of new we are designed to take advantage of it.

The initiatives of both companies reflect the industry-wide mobility towards cloud-based collaboration that can accelerate the operation of remote productions and distribution and post-production workflows.

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