The most dynamic part of Frame.io collaboration is viewing and commenting on the individual videos themselves. In this video, Ashley explains how to work with collaborators to offer feedback in the form of frame-accurate comments and annotations. She explores not only the act of commenting, but also the organization and administration of comments within the Frame.io environment.
- [Voiceover] Okay so we've definitely…begun getting our feet wet with setting up projects…and inviting team members…and collaborators into our Frame.io environment.…And we've started getting comfortable…with the player interface,…but we actually haven't gotten into the most important part…of Frame.io collaboration yet which is viewing…and commenting on the individual video's themselves.…So that's what we'll tackle now.…I'm gonna climb into one of these videos,…and I'm actually gonna go into the Greyhounds promo,…so I'll double click here.…
And pause.…And I wanna come down to this area…which is the commenting area.…Now I wanna talk about how comments are added.…By default this time stamp box is checked.…So if you would like to add a general comment…that isn't necessarily associated…with any specific time code you just uncheck this.…And so I'll just put in a general comment.…Something asking everyone to give their feedback.…Alright, and I will submit.…
So you can add as many general comments…to this video as you like.…
Staff author Ashley Kennedy begins by exploring the benefits of smart media collaboration—focusing on how Frame.io can redefine various cloud-based workflows and communications. She then delves into the main features of the standalone web application: setting up teams and collaborators, sharing projects and files, commenting and annotating projects, and understanding versioning and permissions. She also looks at the integration of Frame.io within two major nonlinear editing applications: Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X.
- What's special about Frame.io?
- Starting a Frame.io project
- Commenting, annotating, and collaborating
- Sharing projects
- Exploring versioning capabilities
- Using the Frame.io extension for Premiere Pro
- Looking at the Frame.io companion app for Final Cut Pro X