In this video, Ashley moves beyond exploration of the project level and takes the user on a tour of the video player. She discusses the main interface and tools, and demonstrates primary navigation techniques, including JKL. Other topics include rating clips, adding descriptions, downloading stills, changing thumbnails and using chat-based tech support.
- [Voiceover] So, we've gotten a sense…of the project environment…and we've dealt into collaboration in a theoretical sense.…Now, we're ready to climb inside of our individual videos…to see the player view.…All right, so I'll go inside this video here,…and I'll double click.…(piano music)…and it immediately begins playing,…so I'll pause that for now.…And this here is the player view.…I'm gonna start by showing you the upper right here…where it says show info.…I can either click on show info,…to show my information or I can press the i key.…
Now, this display provides the information…for the original file that I uploaded.…I stress original file because as we know…every piece of previewable media is converted…into three different resolutions…once I bring into Frame io, okay,…but these specs are for the original file.…And also, I touched on this slightly in a previous movie…but let me talk about ratings again.…Notice here, there are no stars associated…with this clip.…But back at the project level, I did rate it.…That's because there are two levels of ratings.…
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