Adobe has revealed some 6,000 productions around the world have used its camera-to-cloud technology, powered by Frame.io.
The announcement comes as RED Digital Cinema V-RAPTOR and V-RAPTOR XL cameras have integrated the camera-to-cloud technology.
According to the company, the in-camera technology is anticipated to become a standard within the next decade, enabling future filmmaking to be fully cloud-powered.
Adobe added that 67 per cent of the films included in this year’s Sundance Film Festival were shot using Adobe Premiere Pro or Frame.io. Tools including After Effects, Photoshop and the Substance 3D Collection were used in making nearly three-quarters of the 2023 films.
“I’ve been using Frame.io since 2018, and since then, it’s been a game changer for me to be able to collaborate in the cloud with producers during post-production,” said Daniela I. Quiroz, editor of Going Varsity in Mariachi. “Its integration with Premiere Pro has made the editing process so much more efficient – allowing me to get more work done in a shorter amount of time using Adobe Premiere Pro and Creative Cloud.”