Popular video collaboration platform Frame.io have expanded the capabilities of their iPhone application. In version 1.2.1 Frame.io have now added offline viewing support, so if you’re going to be on a plane or in any situation where your internet connectivity may be lost, you can simply make the clip available offline. All offline media can be accessed from a new centralized downloads tab.
In this newest release Frame.io have also added Airplay support to allow users to stream their content to Apple TV or any AirPlay enabled devices. You can now also comment, like/unlike, and mark material as “read”. For those international users their is also now language support for Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
Along with the new iPhone application users can expect version 2.0 of Frame.io to be released very soon.
What will be included in version 2.0?
Complete revamp of the sharing flow to make it easier to get feedback from external clients (no login required). The share links will be highly configurable and include options like automatic expiration.
New workflow improvements are coming for Final Cut Pro X and Avid Media composer.
Introduction of a new labeling and approval system.
Significant improvement of the navigation with breadcrumbs and the ability to navigate through project content from the player page.
Easier way to add collaborators and team members to your projects.Complete overhaul of the account management pages and the introduction of all new roles and permissions for our Frame.io Enterprise product.
What else are Frame.io working on?
Frame.io Enterprise is also around the corner. Broadcasters, movie studios, agencies, and large media organizations of all stripes have been using Frame.io in environments with thousands of users. Our upcoming Enterprise product will bring enhanced security, permissioning, and identity access management features.
I’m not an enterprise customer, what’s in it for me?
Frame.io have a packed product roadmap over the next 12 months which will bring a host of new features to the core web app, but they are also working on some bold ideas that may take a bit longer to see.