Adobe Premiere Pro Panel Updates

Our panel for Adobe Premiere Pro just got a whole lot of love 💖

If your panel hasn’t automatically updated, you’ll need to go to the Frame.io panel page on the Adobe Exchange site and manually download the update.

What's new:

  • Status Labels available to select Approved, In Progress, or Needs Review.
  • Comment and reply activity (creating, updating, deleting, liking, or marking as complete) now updates in realtime.
  • Project updates in realtime when other project members create, update, move or delete a file, folder, or version stack.
  • Edit your render output file name in the upload settings before rendering and uploading the active sequence.
  • Comment counter on the file thumb.
  • The project selector ensures the current project is always in view, so you don't have to scroll to search for it.
  • Share links have been updated to use a new, shortened URL.
  • Navigate to other Frame.io projects while Media Encoder is rendering in the background without interrupting the upload process.

What we fixed:

  • Some comments did not show the commenter’s name and avatar.
  • Folder item count displayed incorrect value.
  • Collaborators could not upload files larger than 5GB.
  • Version Stacks displayed the wrong uploaded date in list view
  • Importing a file from Frame.io failed if the filename contained special characters
  • When uploading sequences the extension occasionally kept on opening a timeline in Premiere
  • Comment "Sort by" button showed an incorrect sorting method
  • Selecting "Open in Browser" option on a Version Stack opened an invalid player page in the web app
  • Quicklook for audio was not working
  • Extension didn't load for Adobe CC 2017 (and earlier)
  • Comments were duplicating on submit
  • Over 30 bug fixes and improvements for a smoother experience

Requesting access to a project

Project permissions just got a little polish 💅🏼

Requesting access: If you follow a link to a project that you aren't yet authorized to view, you can now request access from the project owner.

Granting access: You'll be notified by email and web app notification when anyone requests access to your project.

New review links tab and review page creation experience

New review links tab. A rebuilt review links tab removes a number of bugs that were occurring in the old view and gives you easy access to grab the link for a review page. In the near future we'll be adding presentations to this list so you can have visibility into all of the external URLs you've shared from a project.

New review page creation modal. A new review link modal for faster creation and management of review links. If you select items prior to clicking share, we now take you straight to the share modal to save you time.

Improved image rendering

Here is another phase of performance improvements, this time around speeding up and smoothing out image rendering on Frame.io 💨


Before

Remember this? There used to be a flashing effect while rendering images on the web, especially high resolution files.

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After ✨

Image rendering is a lot more performant now. There is no longer janky flashing when loading images, resulting in a better image review process for you and your team.

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Enjoy!

Sticky timecode options on video player

On the video player, you can select the following time formats: standard, timecode, or frames.

In this update

Frame.io will remember your last selected timecode option. This way, each time you view a new video you do not need to open the timecode dropdown and pick your desired format from the list.

Your timecode options will apply across the player page and the review page.

We hope this makes your daily use with Frame.io easier and more convenient.

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Performance and usability improvements

It's spring cleaning time 🌱

In this latest release, we have rolled out several updates that has improved performance and usability around the video player, PDFs, and project view.


Video player improvements

Persistent player controls

Before, player controls were hidden by default and would appear as an overlay when hovering over a video.

Now, player controls are always be visible. This means you get several benefits:

  • Save time by not having to wait for controls to appear when hovering on/off video
  • The timecode is always visible so that you can efficiently leave feedback at the right moment
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Scrub bar updates

  • Faster scrubbing! Scrubbing to seek to another part of a video happens way faster and more smoothly now.
  • Hovering performance. When hovering over the scrub bar, the thumbnail no longer lags when it updates to your mouse position.
  • Cleaner hover scrub thumbnails. These thumbnails now include timestamps, making it easier to seek to your desired part of the video. We also updated their appearance by removing their white borders.
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Faster transcodes

We made a bunch of under-the-hood improvements that make transcodes happen much faster and more consistently across the board after uploading video, audio, and images. ✨


Processing multipage PDFs

  • Uploading and processing PDFs are now more reliable. This means you should no longer hit cases where your PDFs fail to upload/process on Frame.io.
  • PDFs now get processed way faster. 5X faster to be exact, saving you and your team time. There will be more performance improvements coming down the line.

Project view improvements

We've tuned the project view so that it loads much faster, especially for projects with a large number of files. 💨


Other bug fixes

  • We resolved an long standing issue on mobile browsers where the video player breaks when flipping between landscape and portrait modes, or switching in or out of fullscreen mode.

We hope this latest round of updates improves your Frame.io experience. Enjoy!

New and improved review pages

Review pages just got a major overhaul. Now clients can leave feedback on videos, stills, and PDFs in a simple, intuitive interface, without logging-in. 🙌

Here are a few highlights:

  • Simplified review interface. We simplified the review page, making it easier and more intuitive for clients to view media, leave comments, and see the next video.
  • Splash screen overview. There is a new splash screen that provides clients an overview of assets ready for review.
  • Video defaults to high quality resolutions. Video automatically defaults to 1080p, ensuring your clients get the best viewing quality.
  • Give clients control. Clients can, at last, edit and delete their own comments. This was a previously unavailable feature in the old review pages. One more thing - clients can now easily edit their display name.
  • Complete filetype coverage. Your favorite player page features are now available in new review pages. That means video, audio, image, and multipage PDF review are supported.

It's been a long time coming. Enjoy the much improved review experience! 💪

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iOS and Mac Updates

  • Improved account switching on both platforms
  • Design improvements to our new Home tab on iOS
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements

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Short URLs on share links

We've updated our share links to use a new, shortened URL so you can always send your clients a link you can be proud of. No more neverending links in the emails you send to your client.

Enjoy!

Version management improvements

We just released two big improvements that should help save you lots of time when you're managing a version stack.

Here are the details:

  • Reorder versions within a version stack. Before this release if you wanted to reorder the versions within a stack, you had to unversion the entire stack and put the whole thing back together again. Now we let you drag to reorder right within the stack itself. No unstacking necessary.
  • Remove version from a version stack. You can now remove a single version from a stack without unstacking the entire thing. This is only available when you open version management from the project view—you won't see this option available in the player page.

Enjoy!

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