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Introducing Frame.io 2
4 Keys to a Fulfilling Editing Career From a Veteran Editor

In the film business, you can be lucky, or you can be consistent, sometimes both. Most of us aren’t lucky, but if you’re consistent and follow some basic principles, you can build a fulfilling career. After a series of award-winning independent features and documentaries, Yana Gorskaya is cutting a series for NBC right now. When she started […]

How Taylor Tracy Left Corporate Video to Cut A-List Music Videos

For those of you hoping to make a leap up in the industry, Taylor Tracy’s editing career shows that there is hope! Tired of the uninspiring corporate video work she was doing in Nebraska, Taylor took a chance that landed her a job cutting A-list music videos in L.A. Taylor’s wild ride shows that self-confidence, […]

Why DaVinci Resolve is the Ultimate (Free) Tool to Sync Clips

In Davinci Resolve you can sync an entire day’s footage with one click, and it’s free! Learn how productions are integrating Resolve into their workflows.

The Ultimate Guide to FCP X Proxies: Make Final Cut Faster

Proxies give you ultimate flexibility in editing, but too many editors miss out because proxies seem “scary.” We’ve got good news – in FCP X, they’re easy.

How To Edit With Silence, From TV Editor Chris McCaleb

There’s a rhythm to filmmaking – in many ways, every TV show and every film is like a song, with winding solos and swelling climaxes. Many great directors and writers have their own, personal song – a stamp of their style that is clearly witnessed in every frame of every piece that they make. Words […]

Frame.io Takes NAB 2017 Best of Show Award

We are honored to receive the NAB 2017 Newbay Best of Show Award from Digital Video! By far the best part of NAB was hearing from all of you about how much you’re loving the new features in Frame.io 2, and learning how we can make it even better for you. Meeting you all in person […]

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What 15 Years of Writing Videography Contracts Has Taught Me

Before we get deep into the woods on this article, it goes without saying that I am not an attorney. This information is knowledge gleaned from 15+ years writing videography contracts while running a small video production company, plus another 8 years of doing finance and business development in the software industry. You should always get professional opinions […]

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 […]