Adobe has introduced Frame.io’s video collaboration platform to Creative Cloud customers enabling video editors and key project stakeholders to collaborate in the cloud. Adobe also released After Effects and Premiere Pro updates, including native M1 support and reimagined Premiere Pro Import, Header Bar, and Export for After Effects. Video creators can share their work in progress with reviewers globally, receive an integrated review and work on up to five different projects simultaneously with another user.Frame.io accelerated file transfer technology helps Creative Cloud quickly upload and download media with additional 100GB of dedicated Frame.io storage. They can work with Camera to Cloud, the fastest, easiest, and most secure way to get footage from cameras to editors, motion designers, and other stakeholders.
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November 22, 2022
Data Migration from Adobe Cloud Platform to WPML Format for an International Financial Services Company Based in the U.S.
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Custom BigCommerce Middleware Development for an Australian BNPL Company
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