Frame.io, the popular multi-platform post-production collaboration service, has massively expanded its free service to help filmmakers trapped in their homes. Read on to take advantage of the Frame.io Coronavirus response.
In these unpredictable and upsetting times, people the world over are learning how to conduct their personal and professional lives online. This can be a struggle for everyone, but it is especially filmmakers, who may be separated from the rest of their crew or creative team. Frame.io sees this need and has stepped up its free offerings to try to support the community. If you have never used their services before, this is the time to learn. Frame.io is a plug-in that allows real-time post-production collaboration across almost any platform or device. You can learn more from our previous coverage of them by clicking here.
Frame.io Coronavirus Statement
On their blog, CEO and co-founder Emery Wells said:
Frame.io was really built for this moment. For the past 5 years we have enabled teams to work together seamlessly from across the hall or across the globe. Like many businesses that have been trying to lend a hand during this time of crisis, we too want to do our part. As a product that enables distributed work, we know we’re in a position to help.
How to Claim Your 2 TB for Your Paid Account
Frame.io integrates with Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Pro X, Davinci Resolve, and Avid Media Composer. If that sounds like you, email firstname.lastname@example.org to have an extra 2 TB of storage credited to your paid account for 90 days. If you work in an educational institution, a non-profit, or a healthcare organization, you’re eligible for a free enterprise plan. Reach out to that same email address for 90 days of their enterprise plan for free.
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