by Drew B Darby My not sponsored endorsement for Dropbox as the backbone of my editing life. I use it to back up, share and upload my project files, final exports and frequently used assets. By referring friends and co-workers, you can earn up to 32GB+ for free (1GB per referral). Sign up for Dropbox […]Read more "Using Dropbox for Remote Video Editing"
By David Nield Since its launch in 2007, Dropbox has become one of the most popular platforms for fast and efficient file syncing between computers and the cloud. You can use it to keep files up-to-date across multiple computers, collaborate with other people, and back up your most important information. But are you really using Dropbox to its full potential? […]Read more "Essential Dropbox Tools You Might be Missing"
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!"
by jpeg.io No software to download and entirely browser based… just drag your image into the dropspace here, and jpeg.io will convert it into a progressive JPEG and then optimize it using an advanced JPEG optimization technology. Jpeg.io is a free online interface for rapidly and conveniently converting your images into highly optimized JPEGs using […]Read more "Convert any major image format into a highly optimized JPEG"
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"
August 29, 2013 by Rick Broida, PCWorld As any Dropbox user knows, it’s pretty easy to share a cloud-stored file with someone; just click the share icon to get a link you can distribute as needed. Ah, but what about the other way around? What if someone wants to send a file to you via […]Read more "How non-Dropbox users can send files to your Dropbox account"
May 13, 2013 by Spotdox Spotdox is a nifty combination of a Mac app and a Web service that lets you remotely move any file on your Mac to your Dropbox folder, thus making it available via Dropbox from anywhere. Spotdox Features Spotdox is an add-on to Dropbox that allows you to access any file […]Read more "Spotdox makes all your files accessible via Dropbox"
February 19, 2013 by SugarSync Sync just got sweeter SugarSync 2.0 is completely reinvented and is now officially available to everyone (beta has ended). The new version has everything you love about SugarSync, but is now easier to use with exciting new and powerful features (only available in 2.0) such as: drag and drop sharing, […]Read more "The Next Generation of SugarSync is Here"
February 18, 2013 by Shane Ross If you happen to follow me on Twitter, you were no doubt privy to the barrage of tweets I did while at the LACPUG meeting on Jan 23. Dan Lebental was showing off this cool editing app for the iPad, TouchEdit, and I live tweeted interesting points he made, […]Read more "Touch Edit: A First Look from Shane Ross"
August 30, 2012 by Adam Pash, lifehacker.com File-syncing service Dropbox is magical—even if it’s got a fresh new competitor. It syncs files between your computers and the web hassle-free… except when the file’s taking too long to sync. If you’ve ever stared impatiently at Dropbox, waiting for a file to sync, there’s likely an easy […]Read more "Speed Up Dropbox’s File Syncing with a Simple Tweak"