When sending material from Final Cut Pro X to Frame.io, it can be beneficial to customize various export options—such as codec, resolution, mastering options and more. In this video, Ashley shows how to maximize flexibility by creating custom share settings from scratch—for a simple, one-button approach integrated right within Final Cut Pro’s share menu.
- [Voiceover] In the previous movie,…we explored how to use the two baked in…Frame.io export settings in order…to get our material from Final Cut up to Frame.io.…But now I want to show you how to create…your own Frame.io export settings from scratch.…So in this movie, I'll perhaps assume…that you don't have a lot of space available…on your Frame.io monthly plan, and you need…to conserve space and create smaller files.…So let's create a lo-res screener copy…of a Frame.io export.…This is of course, just one scenario.…
Perhaps you want to create a very high-res version…or an audio only version, or video only version.…Whatever type of file fits your work flow,…you can customize using this technique.…So to create my own Frame.io share setting,…I just come to my share menu here, and then go to…add destination.…Now I just need to choose the preset that I want…and so I'm going to choose export file.…And just drag this over.…Now we want that lo-res screener copy,…so I'm going to come up to Format and then…change this to Web Hosting.…
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