Frame.io, the leading video review and collaboration platform based in New York City has raised $50 million dollars bringing the total raised to $82.2 million. The web video platform now in it’s C-round of funding boasts over a million customers. The influx of capital will be used to further expand its investment in cloud-based video workflows.
Frame.io was founded in 2014 as a post-production company created to solve the workflow challenges filmmakers face everyday. The 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.
Frame.io was designed to be a part of existing video workflows, by integrating with non-linear editing systems, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid, Apple Final Cut Pro, and DaVinci Resolve Studio. These integrations allow editors to upload directly to Frame.io, then organize and share their products both internally and with external clients.
Frame.io services huge brands such as Turner Broadcasting, Disney, NASA, Snapchat, BBC, BuzzFeed, TED, Adobe, Udemy, Google, Fox Sports, Media Monks, Ogilvy, and VICE Media.
The company plans to double its product, design, and engineering teams from 40 people to 80, growing its total team from 110 to 240 employees. Frame.io also plans to open an L.A. office next year.
Learn more about Frame.io by visiting their profile here.