Workflow Breakdown of Every Best Picture and Best Editing Oscar Nominee
The Frame.io team will be in Las Vegas April 7-12 for NAB 2018. Say hello at our booth, at Supermeet, at Media Motion Ball, or schedule a private meeting.
“Renaissance Editor” Evan Schiff has worked on such films as John Wick 2, Star Trek: Into Darkness, and Baby Driver. He shares his secrets to success.
We take a close look at and analyze the editing of six iconic films from past and present-day that every editor should watch.
We spoke to the post-production teams of this year’s best picture and best editing Oscar nominees to bring you this epic workflow breakdown.
A new blog series looking at the BTS magic of productions that use Frame.io. Up first, the VFX for the multi-Oscar-nominated horror satire, “Get Out.”
From crashes to offline media to files that won’t export. We look at a half-dozen ways to fix some of Avid’s most common errors.
We are going all-in on security in 2018 – investing heavily not only to meet MPAA and SOC2 requirements but to lead the industry in content security.
An in-depth look at how to use masks and paths in Adobe After Effects to create animated effects and transitions.
Understanding story beats, knowing when (and when not) to use effects, and distinguishing a project’s brand vs your personal style.
Unboxing the $62,000 Frame.io Dreamstation (there are a lot of boxes).
Frame.io’s newly designed player experience with a sleeker design that lays the foundation for some of the most requested features.
Final Cut Pro X’s powerful metadata features allow for a powerful database framework that can exponentially increase the speed of your edit.