The online collaboration review service Frame.io has presented version 3.7 of its software and released the new transfer tool, which is intended to improve the upload and download of large files via Frame.io and provides new options for determining what (individual files, Directories or entire projects) is transferred exactly. Anonymous downloads without prior login are also new.
The secure streaming service WatermarkID, which was published in May, has been improved. The system provides each streamed video in real time with an overlay of personal information such as name, email, address and IP to protect the content. So far, this only worked with external streaming, with the new version, all content of an account can be provided with this watermark if desired. In addition, there are new administrator controls to configure important security settings, e.g. who can download which content with or without watermarks.
From now on, all videos (ProRes XQ, DNxHR 444 etc.) can be uploaded and displayed in the PQ or 2020 color space. HDR playback works in supported browsers, but the most faithful display is possible on iOS devices. 4K HDR can be played on supported iPhone and iPad. For reviewing HDR on a big screen, Frame.io 3.7 also supports HDR over AirPlay for any HDR10 compatible display.
In addition to the new HDR capabilities, the iOS Frame.io app has also seen several improvements such as precise, frame-accurate scrubbing, new gestures for controlling video playback and new options for managing files such as move and copy.
And the Frame.io workflow extension for Final Cut Pro X, in conjunction with the www.slashcam.de/news/single/Apple-Final-Cut-Pro-X-Update-10-4-9- brings-Impro-16019.html (FCP X Update 10.4.9) get new features, such as the ability to embed clips directly from Frame.io in Final Cut Pro X, which are then downloaded in the background.
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