by Olaf von Voss | 2nd June 2016
Modern times, people. Being online and available seems to be essential in the digital world. And never forget to collaborate, even while you’re having a cappuccino at your favorite coffee shop. Maybe that’s why Frame.io developed a brand new way to review video projects in the shape of their new Frame.io mobile app for iOS. New Frame.io Mobile App The way we collaborate has changed. With tools like Frame.io, wipster or Movidiam it has become very easy to review edits without the need of being present in the editing suite at all. That’s a good thing and takes the human error out of the process of sending download links and spreadsheets with annotations back and forth. Check out our reviews on Frame.io, wipster and Movidiam. The next level of collaboration? Frame.io iOS app Frame.io has introduced their newest addition to their lineup of collaboration tools, the Frame.io mobile app for iOS. So you don’t even need a laptop anymore in order to review some edits on the go. While this might be a neat thing, I actually wonder if this is the kind of work you really want to get done while sitting in a cab or while waiting for someone in the park. In any case, it’s nice to see some steady progress from such an innovative company, and in the end you’ll have to decide for yourself what’s best for your given workflow. Variety is definitely a nice thing to have! And if you are in need of reviewing an edit without having your laptop handy, you will appreciate this. iOS Features Check out the video below for a short run-through of the features: Modern technologies introduced with the iPhone 6, like peek and pop, are built right in and the app makes good use of these features, which is nice to see. The whole interface is pretty straightforward and fluid, and it looks like you can feel right at home with it. There was clearly a lot of thinking and developing going on behind the curtain. Each comment is accompanied by a 4-second loop of that part of the edit, and you can even paint some arrows and other annotation aids right into the video frame. Of course, existing features like auto-versioning and comment syncing are built in, too. With this, you won’t need to write a review email ever again, that’s for sure! What do you think? Is this something you’ve been waiting for or do you prefer sitting down at a desk, concentrating on the review process? Read all about all the features on Frame.io’s website.Read more
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