Since 2015, the Frame.io collaboration tool has offered special networking options for film productions, within the (editing) team as well as for customer acceptance tests and the like. But this is just the beginning -- as the company now announces, there are big plans to offer complete cloud-based workflows in the future. The goal is to make both faster and easier work possible, not just in post-production. According to Frame.io, the entire process from the camera recording to the editing room is to be redefined for this purpose, e.g. by the recorded footage ending up directly in the cloud and thus, for example, in the editor's office. In addition, many work steps are to be automated with Machine Learning in order to save time and effort.
But with 5G in the starting blocks, sees Michael Cioni, who is now switching from Panavision to Frame.io, there are powerful possibilities for us to transfer even large amounts of data reliably and quickly. At Panavision, he was responsible for the Millennium DXL 8K large-format camera system, among other things. In 2009, he also founded Light Iron, a company specializing in postproduction and dailies. As a Global SVP of Innovation, he will help Frame.io make the new workflows a reality.
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