By Christopher Boone, nofilmschool.com Take advantage of the creative hive mind before you finish your next film. Filmmaking is naturally a collaborative process. Just before we finish a film, many of us seek out reactions from an audience to help us fine-tune the final cut. At the beginning of a film career, the circle of friends […]Read more "Get Feedback on Your Film With the Free App Critiqr"
By Frame.io Frame.io is the Collaborative Workflow Platform We’ve All Been Waiting For. Collaboration is a major part of filmmaking, but sometimes it seems as though technology hasn’t quite caught up with our increasingly mobile and online workflows. Frame.io has stepped in to offer users something that incorporates all of the benefits of Dropbox, Vimeo, […]Read more "Get a free 30-Day Trial of Frame.io!"
July 30, 2015 by V. Renee, nofilmschool (Thanks to Robbie Carman of Amigo Media for the heads-up on Frame.io) Collaboration is a major part of filmmaking, but sometimes it seems as though technology hasn’t quite caught up with our increasingly mobile and online workflows. That’s why Frame.io is so exciting. This collaboration platform aims […]Read more "Frame.io is the Collaborative Workflow Platform We’ve All Been Waiting For"
May 19, 2015 by lookat The Easiest Way for Video Makers to Share and Discuss Work in Progress Given the heightened presence of video content today, it’s becoming increasingly used as a means for business development as well as personal expression. As 300 hours of video content are uploaded to YouTube alone every minute, the […]Read more "LookAt, the Collaborative Cloud for Video Makers"
August 9, 2010 by Andy Liebman, Founder and CEO of EditShare Andy Liebman, Founder of EditShare talks about collaborative editing EditShare is a Boston based company which has put together a hardware/software solution to enable collaborative editing. This lets many editors on separate workstations simultaneously access and work with projects and footage, using ethernet as […]Read more "Making collaborative editing with Final Cut Pro possible"