The new Adobe extensions are free for all Frame.io users.
Frame.io 3.7.1 includes redesigned Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects extensions with intuitive new user interfaces.
“We’re excited to share these improvements with the over 1 million customers that count on Frame.io every day,” said CEO Emery Wells. “The updated Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects extensions dramatically improve the way editors and motion graphics artists work with Frame.io. Plus, we’ve also taken some of our top feature requests and packaged them into this update. We hope you’ll enjoy the improved experience and, as always, look forward to hearing your feedback.”
Navigation controls have been moved from the bottom of the screen to the top, giving customers a larger and clearer view of assets. Switching between projects and teams has been streamlined, file path breadcrumbs have been added, and the download button now lets you import media directly into Premiere Pro or download it for later review. It’s also easier to upload active sequences into Frame.io.
The new Adobe extensions are free for all Frame.io users and are available for download in the Adobe Creative Cloud Marketplace.
The version also adds a resizable navigation panel to the web app. Simply click and drag to show additional folders and text, or shrink it to leave more room for assets. New shortcut menus let customers quickly move assets up one folder, making it even faster to reorganize clips. Files can now be uploaded directly from Google Drive on iOS devices.
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