Frame.io Offers New Integrations, App

A native integration with FilmLight Baselight and Frame.io C2C integrations with Teradek, Atomos and Filmic Pro are among the latest offerings.

Frame.io has announced a Frame.io app for Apple TV 4K; Camera to Cloud integrations with Filmic Pro, Atomos, Teradek, Viviana Cloud and FDX FilmDataBox, and a new native integration with FilmLight’s Baselight.

The company also recently announced that it is adding Frame.io for Creative Cloud to all Adobe Premiere Pro and AfterEffects subscriptions.  

With the latest C2C integration, the Teradek Serv 4K can automatically send low-bandwidth, timecode-accurate 10-bit 4K HEVC proxies of original camera files from leading digital-cinema cameras instantly to Frame.io. That means users can now send 4K files to create color-corrected dailies immediately; there’s no need to wait for hero dailies and swap them for proxies.

Atomos now brings pro video, mirrorless and DSLR cameras to the C2C workflow. With the release of Atomos Shogun Connect and a Connect module for existing Ninja V and Ninja V+ devices (which will begin shipping in June), Frame.io’s C2C workflow can be used with any camera outputting HDMI video. Creators no longer have to wait for camera cards to download or for files to be transcoded; footage is automatically ready to go after every take, so postproduction can work in tandem with production.

With the addition of Filmic Pro to the list of C2C-connected apps, users can upload high-quality video shot with Filmic Pro directly to Frame.io via C2C and instantly share it with remote collaborators from any location.

C2C also now extends to a wide variety of existing cameras. As a standalone hardware-software device, the FDX allows DITs to plug in a camera card or hard drive and walk away while it automatically offloads, backs up and transcodes camera files to H.264, DNxHD, AVC-Intra or ProRes files and uploads them to Frame.io, directly into the Fixed Folder structure for editing or viewing.

The partnership with Viviana Cloud extends the C2C workflow to sound recorders that are not Wi-Fi enabled. 

Frame.io’s new integration with Baselight requires no extra extensions or plugins to download, and allows users to upload rendered timelines with marker comments to Frame.io, choose selectable comments for upload and download, and filter client notes within a list to focus on new notes from specific people.

The new Frame.io app for Apple TV 4K provides Enterprise users with a simplified executive viewing platform in a higher-quality format. Content is uploaded to a secure Enterprise Inbox that can be easily shared with key stakeholders, allowing them to view high-resolution 10-bit 4K HDR content on large-screen TVs connected to Apple TV 4K devices. Users can autoplay an entire folder or jump between clips using the Apple remote with Play Queue.

Frame.io has also introduced Digital Rights Management and Two-Factor Authentication. DRM is a multiple-encryption method that prevents unauthorized viewing and piracy by allowing only encrypted files to be viewable in the Frame.io web app, iPhone app, Apple TV and integrations. Two-Factor Authentication adds an additional layer of security to verify user identity upon login. Admins for Frame.io Enterprise can enable 2FA for an entire account, and team members can use time-based, one-time authentication apps like Authy, Google, Microsoft and Okta, or SMS, to receive a passcode.

All C2C features are included at no additional cost for customers with a paid Frame.io account or with Frame.io for Adobe Creative Cloud. 

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