Over 25 improvements in Frame.io

Over 25 improvements in Frame.io

Since launching on March 30th, Frame.io is now being used by over 20,000 people all over the world and we’ve been hard at work improving things behind the scenes.

We’ve recently launched a new customers page, highlighting how some of smartest and most creative companies are putting Frame.io to work. View the testimonials here. Our vision has only just begun to surface but today we’re launching 25 new features, enhancements, and bug fixes.

Here are the top 10 improvements:

New Feature: Added comment markers in the timeline
Comment markers show you exactly where a comment was left, giving you a visual indication of what’s going on.

New Feature: Comments scroll to position
When you leave a new comment, it will highlight and scroll to position. This makes it easier to see where your new comment was left.

New Feature: Auto-scrolling comments during playback
This is so cool. Comments will now highlight and scroll to position during playback (you can also optionally turn this off if it’s distracting).

New Feature: Hover markers
Hovering a marker in the timeline now highlights the comment and auto scrolls to it’s position.

New Feature: Hashtags and search support in the comments
You can now add #hashtags to comments to keep them categorized i.e. #vfx #edit #audio. Clicking a hashtag will filter by that hashtag. You can search for multiple hashtags or any keyword.

New Feature: Next/previous comment keyboard shortcut
Cmd+Shift+Left (+Right). This makes it super simple to just fly through your comments.

New Feature: Export comments
Super simple Cmd + E for exporting comments to a text file.

Update: Improved streaming speeds and buffering
We’ve turned on a global content distribution network which means content will playback smoother and with less buffering.

Update: Faster previewing for new uploads
We’ve increased the video conversion speeds by up to 4X which means new uploads will be available to view faster.

Update: Increased video and audio quality
Audio is now 320kbps and video uses a higher quality encoding which will reduce artifacts and keep details looking crisp.

These are just a few of the over 25 new improvements we’ve made to Frame.io today. As always, send me your feedback by replying directly to this email.

Written by Emery Wells

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