Adobe Introduces Frame.io for Creative Cloud and Updates to After Effects and Premiere Pro

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Adobe, today, announced that it is bringing Frame.io’s industry-leading video collaboration platform to its millions of Creative Cloud customers and released updates to After Effects and Premiere Pro, including native M1 support for After Effects. 

Video editors and key project stakeholders including producers, agencies and clients, with the introduction of Frame.io for Creative Cloud, are able to collaborate seamlessly in the cloud. 

“The combination of Premiere Pro and Frame.io gives customers the world’s only end-to-end solution for video creation from ingest to editorial to output. This is the first step toward building a powerful, cloud-based platform for the future of video creation.” 

Steve Warner, vice president of Digital Video and Audio at Adobe

The companies said, ‘This is the industry’s first integrated review and approval workflow for post-production, allowing editors to get to final approval faster and easier than ever before. Demand for video collaboration solutions is on the rise in a digital economy where more content is being created than ever before and remote teamwork is becoming the new normal.’

The new development will enable video creators to share work in progress with an unlimited number of reviewers anywhere in the world, get frame-accurate comments and annotations directly inside of Premiere Pro and After Effects, all without leaving their timeline. 

They will also be able to use Frame.io accelerated file transfer technology for fast uploading and downloading of media with 100GB of dedicated Frame.io storage, work on up to five different projects concurrently with another remote user, and work with Camera to Cloud. 

Camera to Cloud is the fastest, easiest and most secure way to get footage from cameras to editors, motion designers and other stakeholders.

The company said, ‘Notable filmmakers are already seeing the benefits of remote collaboration with Premiere Pro and Frame.io. A24’s Everything Everywhere All At Once, in theaters now, used the two solutions in their workflow. The film’s editor Paul Rogers stated, “Premiere Pro is wonderful and I couldn’t imagine cutting in any other program. Combined with Frame.io, the whole workflow was very intuitive. I was able to focus on the film, not the tools.” Recent Premiere Pro projects of note include: A24’s After Yang and The Green Knight, the ACADEMY AWARD® nominated film Ascension, FX’s Atlanta and more.’

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