Introducing Frame.io for iPad

Introducing Frame.io for iPad

The wait is over.

I’m excited to share some “big” news—Frame.io is now available for iPad.

 

If you’ve used our iPhone app, you know that it’s great for keeping up with what’s happening on the set or in the edit suite when you’re on the move. Whether you need to review the most recent work-in-progress or give approvals, you can stay totally looped in from anywhere.

Frame.io project page inside the iPad App.

But for those times when you need to make more critical decisions, bigger really is better. Whether you’re watching dailies, evaluating VFX shots, or you just want to get a better sense of composition and color, not only does Frame.io for iPad make your mobile experience more flexible, it’s another step toward giving you the ability to view color-accurate footage in the field by leveraging Apple’s high-quality iPad displays.

iPad also does more than just enhancing the mobile experience with Frame.io. It works as a complement to your desktop environment by increasing its functionality in truly powerful ways.

Divide and conquer

Split view lets you keep Frame.io in view on one side of the screen while using apps like Final Draft or Slack or FaceTime on the other. You can view scripts, chat with your team, or have face-to-face discussions—and so much more.

Detailed annotations

Apple Pencil lets you leave even more detailed drawings and annotations on your work. Fine-tune stills or moving images, create illustrations, or work in Photoshop and import your assets to Frame.io.

Frame.io Review Page inside iPad app

Using the Apple Pencil makes it extra simple to edit scripts or to leave notes, just as if you’re writing on paper.

Frame.io Apps

We know that our customers find lots of creative ways to use Frame.io, and we look forward to hearing how you’re using it on iPad. As always, hit us up with your comments and feedback.

Learn more about our suite of apps here.

Frame.io apps

Written by Emery Wells

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