In this movie, Ashley demonstrates how users can share different parts of the Frame.io project (individual videos, folders of videos and entire projects) with people outside of the Frame.io environment. She also shows how to set up branded external presentation pages, and also how to set up shared projects, which allow users to join a project via a simple URL.
- [Voiceover] In this movie, we're going to go beyond…working just inside of Frame.io,…and talk about how you can share…different parts of the project…with people outside the Frame.io environment.…Alright, so I'm in my Sandbox A project here,…and I'm going to go inside of this video here…that we've been working in.…And pause.…I'm going to come back to something that I skipped before,…but said that I would return to,…and that is this button here, Share.…I'll click on that and now I'm inside a window…where I can customize the way this video is going to look…when I send it out to a third party…through an external webpage.…
This includes things like setting up my brand color…and background color.…So, your brand color is basically your accent color…for the page.…If I click on this pop-up list,…if you've uploaded a brand image as I have,…it's going to analyze that image,…and then suggest a brand color for you.…So, as you can see, this matches up quite well.…Even though these all look like the same color,…if I select one,…
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