​Frame.io Offers More Tools

Frame.io brings support for images, PDFs and audio, enhanced commenting, improved version control, all new integrations, and over 150 other improvements to its workflow management platform.

For a summer release, the next generation of Frame.io’s media review and collaboration software, has been “reengineered for speed”. Large projects are claimed to load up to 100X faster and uploading media now supports Gigabit speeds and beyond.

The new Frame.io features new sorting and search options and faster/smoother playback with less buffering, at up to 4K resolution.

Users can see who's currently watching and who's already watched with clip history. Clip statistics show you play count, historical views, and even let you set up a notification when a specific person or group of people start viewing.

The new version manager in the all new Frame.io lets users add, remove or rearrange versions from the stack.

There’s improved playback performance with HLS and DASH streaming; Visual watermarking and dozens of security features.

In addition, Frame.io shipped a redesigned player experience in February that supports 360-degree VR content with spatial annotations so users can highlight a specific target within the frame. The player page allows users to an easily add descriptions to files, clearly see what date and version they are working on and collaborate even more quickly with their teams and clients. 

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