MTV turned to Aframe to take advantage of their unique cloud-based technology, which meant that access could be granted quickly and easily without the need for specific software or hardware. Aframe is as easy to use as Facebook, so users can quickly log on to the web-based platform and start working with video instantly.
The BBC used Aframe throughout their production of 'The Manor Reborn' to store, log and edit the footage. The high resolution media was ingested directly into Aframe's secure cloud storage facility, enabling the crew to immediately access and organise footage from the set.
Veria rolled out Aframe to nearly 30 staff globally, giving them the ability to upload professional video clips to a globally accessible Aframe project. Unique upload technology helped teams with poor or unreliable connectivity to maximize their available line speed. The rest of the team could then review the footage, before providing timecode based feedback.