Content collaboration platform Frame.io released its Final Cut Pro X integration today with the release of a new companion app that allows editors to publish clips or timelines directly from FCP X to Frame.io.
The release of a new companion app on the Apple Mac App Store allows users to publish FCP timelines for review, upload clips as digital dailies with sync sound, or share clips or completed timelines with collaborators for VFX or color-grading. FCP X markers can be used to specify which clips should be uploaded, or portions of the timeline can be range-selected for upload. FCP X notes and keywords can be embedded into the clips, which makes them searchable via Spotlight.
"What used to take 10 steps now takes just one," said Frame.io CEO Emery Wells in a prepared statement.
Frame.io has its roots at Katabatic Digital, where it was originally developed as a tool for in-house collaboration before its creators realized that it had potential as a separate venture. After a long private beta at more than 150 companies, the platform launched in March.
The Frame.io companion app for FCP X is free in the Mac App Store. Pricing for Frame.io starts at $15/month for three projects and 10 collaborators and scales up to $150/month for a high-end plan with 400 GB of storage and unlimited projects and collaborators. A plan limited to a single project with five collaborators and 2 GB is free.
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