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Introducing Frame.io 2
Hang out with Frame.io at NAB

Frame.io is heading to NAB next week and we’d love to connect with you in-person. We’ll be located at the G-Tech booth (SL3824) in the South Hall and will be participating in a number of events throughout the week. Check out our agenda: NAB Agenda 4/24 – 4/27 10 AM – 6 PM NAB exhibit […]

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How to Keep Your Sound Editor Happy (According to a Sound Editor)

With workflows getting more complex and post-production schedules getting tighter, it is more important than ever to have a clear and well-thought-out sound workflow in place. It is particularly crucial to establish this workflow with your sound editor well before postproduction starts. As a sound editor and re-recording mixer for television and film, it is […]

Introducing Frame.io 2

Just 2 years ago, we launched Frame.io, a radically reimagined way to collaborate on video. The past 2 years has been an incredible ride. In that time we’ve launched hundreds of new features, an Apple Design Award Winning iPhone App, and deep integrations with your desktop creative tools like Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, […]

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9 Principles For a Long Career as a Video Creative

After 20 years in the industry, I have seen that there are many ways to fail. But just a few principles can make all the difference in your career growth.

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Why SNL Editor Adam Epstein Recommends Setting Insane Deadlines

As the editor for the Saturday Night Live Film Unit, Adam Epstein’s regular schedule is as hectic as it gets. Adam started at SNL in 2009 and has spent the last eight years feeding off that fast-paced energy to hone his skills and develop extremely efficient workflows. In Adam’s case, he had no choice but […]

3 Ways to Work with Proxies in Premiere Pro

Proxies give you ultimate flexibility – they increase playback and editing speed without forcing you to sacrifice quality, allow you to edit seamlessly on laptops and portable drives, and provide a streamlined, no-relinking-necessary project delivery, whether that includes a hand off to a mixer or colorist, or exporting a full quality output for a client. […]

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The Editor’s Guide to Skin Tones in FCP X

Improperly exposed or saturated skin frustrates every video editor at one point or another. Maybe you thought you were shooting a subject who simply used a heavy hand with the cosmetics, but your equipment captured a living, talking cheese puff. Perhaps you were shooting near some business-casual lighting, but when you loaded the footage into […]

The Simple Formula to Calculate Video Bitrates

A codec’s bitrate can seriously affect your workflow, so as a video creator you must be able to understand and calculate video bitrates. This article explains in detail what a bitrate is and how to use it to calculate file sizes, and it’s a follow-up to our huge article on How to Choose the Right Codec for […]

New! Offline Viewing on iPhone

Today I’m excited to share a major update to our award-winning iPhone application.