​Frame.io Adds Features To Improve Collaboration

Frame.io, makers of the eponymous video review and collaboration platform, is rolling out features including a new reel player presentation format, @mentions, and support for multi-page PDFs.

“Nearly four years ago Frame.io came to market with a vision to change the way filmmakers collaborate,” says comments Emery Wells, co-founder and CEO. “We've rolled out hundreds of updates along the way, but today, we’re excited to release 10 features that we've been dying to ship since day one. We launched an all-new reel player presentation format, unlocked private comments, and enhanced our version management feature. We also seriously expanded the type of media we support—you can now collaborate on PDFs just like on video, so your entire video workflow can live in Frame.io.”

Updates include:

Multi-page PDFs: Users can now collaborate on scripts and storyboards just like on video. Now, entire video projects from the initial brief to the final deliverable, can live in Frame.io.

Enhanced version management: Users now have more control over how they manage versions. Reorder or remove versions.

Private comments: For teams who routinely create a separate review link for internal teams to gather feedback they don’t want clients to see. Internal team conversations can be separated from client conversations, within the same project.

@mentions: Users can tag anyone on a project to quickly grab their attention when it’s needed most. Anytime someone is @mentioned, they’ll receive a notification for streamlined communication.

Reel player: Drop all assets into a filmstrip format for easy viewing, complete with built-in autoplay.

Archival storage (beta): Users can now free up more account storage by archiving projects. Original files will be archived but low-res preview files stay online and searchable so users never have to wonder which backups are where. Originals can be restored within a few hours.

Updated review pages (beta): Frame.io review pages just got a major overhaul. They now include a much simpler interface that makes it easier for clients to leave feedback—no login required.

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