Following its $1.3 billion acquisition of Frame.io, media giant Adobe is rolling out useful updates to its popular online collaboration platform to make things faster and easier for users ranging from freelancers to large companies.
A number of announcements have been made ahead of NAB 2023 that will make media sharing even easier, including the expansion of Camera to Cloud to more devices.
Frame.io has also made security fixes in an effort to attract more skeptical developers who have not yet trusted the platform.
Frame.io Camera to the cloud for more creatives
Users of the FUJIFILM X-H2 and X-H2S cameras will now be able to enjoy the RAW photo-to-cloud workflow along with JPG and HEIF support and 8K ProRes video.
As part of the Capture One update photo editing software gains support that, according to Frame.io, will enable collaborators to work with photographers from anywhere, instead of having to be on site.
Camera to Cloud means significant time savings, with automatic cloud backups available without having to manually upload files. It is also a safe backup option for people who have problems with SD cards like data corruption.
For print facilities, RAW photos from Fujifilm, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Sony will be displayed in Frame.io at the correct aspect ratio and in CMYK instead of sRGB for better workflow and print management.
Collaborating online is also set to become easier, with improvements to comments and annotations in images, and similar PDF fixes coming soon.
Finally, as part of its commitment to security, the Adobe-owned platform has added Forensic Watermarking to its existing Watermark ID and DRM encryption tools, which can create “invisible” pixel-level watermarks that cannot be hidden or removed.
The company’s statement reads: “Frame.io will provide the highest security for everything.”