Work from home with these Frame.io remote workflows tutorials

Written by Simon Wyndham

Frame.io

This new tutorial series will be essential viewing for anyone who has been thrust suddenly into the world of cloud based post production.

Being thrust into a way of working that you aren't familiar with is an experience many editors and post production crew may well be finding themselves in right now. You might be forgiven for thinking that 'remote workflows' are all you're hearing about right now. But it's for good reason, and you are going to be hearing and seeing a lot more about them in the coming weeks and months.

Frame.io has of course been pioneering remote workflow technology for a while now. In a series of new videos, SVP of Global Innovation, Michael Cioni, introduces the concepts of this new world, but with the full caveat that he is fully aware that there are still sceptics out there who have been thrown in at the deep end.

The series has begun with an introduction to what these workflows mean for us, and will hopefully reassure those out there who view cloud working with suspicion that it's not some sort of quack technological voodoo. For more information about the series, read about it in Michael Cioni's blog intro, and watch the first episode below.

Tags: Post & VFX

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