Introducing the Frame.io Explained Video Series
Frame.io recently released powerful new features designed to really uplevel your remote video workflows.
ICYMI, our v3.7 release introduced HDR playback, upgraded Watermark ID features, improved access and security controls, the full release of Frame.io Transfer, and a huge update for our FCP X workflow extension (plus a lot more).
Introducing Frame.io Explained
To help you experience these new features, we offer webinar walk-throughs for all our latest releases. But we know that you can’t always drop what you’re doing to attend.
So to help you learn more about these new features and start using them faster—at a time that’s convenient for you—we’ve created the Frame.io Explained video series.
The Frame.io Explained series gives you an overview of our newest features, along with step-by-step tutorials on how to use them. Each episode is just a few minutes long, and you can watch them whenever you want, as many times as you want.
HDR in Frame.io
The first episode covers our new support for HDR assets.
Frame.io already makes video review easy and intuitive, and now we’re doing the same for HDR.
Traditionally, HDR files could only be reviewed in a facility on specially calibrated equipment. In this era of remote-first production, it’s often difficult to review our content in the same way we’re delivering it.
But with Frame.io, HDR review is now in your pocket. Now you can view 4K video in 10-bit color on HDR-compatible iOS devices, or AirPlay to an HDR-compatible monitor.
With support for HDR10 in ProRes XQ, DNxHR 444, and HEVC, you can now share cinema-grade, master-quality files from anywhere, all from within Frame.io.
As industry veteran Michael Cioni says, HDR isn’t just a new feature—it’s really a new language. And we’re going to do our best to help you translate this new language into your workflow.
This first episode will show you what’s possible with our new HDR review features. For a deeper dive and a step-by-step guide to quickly getting HDR review up and running for your remote workflow, check out our HDR support docs.
Don’t miss a beat
And this episode is only the beginning—as we continue to roll out many more new features, we’ll continue to make more of these practical tutorials, so you can supercharge your workflow without skipping a beat. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter so you don’t miss any of the upcoming episodes.
As always, our goal is to help you create and do more inside your workflow. We welcome your feedback, questions, and suggestions.
Let us know which features you want us to cover!