Video collaboration software

Updated: December 29, 2019

2019. Cloud video collaboration platform Frame.io raises $50 million



Frame.io, a video review and collaboration platform now used by over a million customers, has raised $50 million in Series C funding to further expand its investment in cloud-based video workflows. Frame.io platform helps creative professionals streamline the video creation process by centralizing media assets, including dailies, scripts, storyboards, work-in-progress, and more, while also allowing for frame-accurate feedback and comments, annotations, and real-time approvals. The company additionally touts faster upload speeds than other cloud hosting services, like Vimeo, Box, Dropbox, and others.


2016. Frame.io created video collaboration extension for Adobe Premiere Pro



Frame.io launched an extension that will enable video editors to use the video collaboration tool inside the video-editing program Adobe Premiere Pro. The ability to respond to changes from within Premiere while editing creates a more efficient workflow. For example, it enables to export directly from the edit sequence to Frame.io and add collaborators easily. The Premiere extension is perfect for editors, and the web application is great for customers/clients.


2015. Video collaboration startup Frame.io raised $2.2M



Frame.io, the service that improves collaboration process around video production has raised a $2.2 million. Co-founder and CEO Emery Wells says Frame.io emerged from his own frustrations about the tools available when he needed to work with clients, team members and other collaborators. On a typical project, you could share media files via Dropbox, Box or Hightail, but they don’t offer a great video-viewing experience, so might end up posting videos privately on YouTube or Vimeo. Bt even then, Wells said, “Communicating in a static email sucks; you just end up with a mess of links.” With Frame.io, you can upload video, photo and audio files; view the files in your browser; compare different versions; leave time-stamped annotations and comments; and even draw directly on the video or image.