Adobe Video & Motion recently uploaded a video to their YouTube channel detailing how the Sundance Film Festival utilizes Atomos Shogun Connect and Adobe Creative Cloud & Frame.io to maintain a Camera to Cloud Workflow.
Frame.io and Camera to Cloud are two distinct but complementary products that work together to improve the video production process. Frame.io is a cloud-based video collaboration platform that allows teams to review, comment, and collaborate on video projects in real-time. Camera to Cloud is a hardware and software solution that enables filmmakers to upload their camera footage directly to the cloud in real-time, bypassing the need for physical storage devices like memory cards. By integrating these two products, filmmakers can seamlessly upload their camera footage to Frame.io for review and collaboration, reducing the time and effort required to share files and gather feedback. This integration also helps to ensure that all team members have access to the most up-to-date footage, streamlining the editing and revision process. Overall, the combination of Frame.io and Camera to Cloud offers a powerful solution for collaborative video production in the cloud.
The SHOGUN CONNECT builds on the ground-breaking SHOGUN product-line. Featuring a brighter screen and multiple recording options, the SHOGUN CONNECT is the first fully integrated product in the CONNECT range. It combines HDR monitoring, RAW recording, and cloud workflows. The SHOGUN CONNECT features a loop through 12G SDI IN and OUT interface with SDI RAW support included and send a signal to multiple devices. SHOGUN CONNECT is a fully integrated Frame.io Camera to Cloud (C2C) device. Through support of HDMI and SDI equipped cameras, the device offers advanced online workflows and remote collaboration to many more filmmakers, streamers, and video content creators.
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