'Rosewater' Uses Aframe for Remote Production

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Production and post services company Sixteen19 used Aframe’s video production platform to expedite digital dailies delivery for Jon Stewart’s film Rosewater.

During production, Sixteen19 uploaded H.264 files to Aframe’s secure private cloud, where Aframe created a link to the footage and automatically sent it with an expiration date to team members and executives, who could review and approve content online, or download it locally on their iPad or laptop to view offline. “With Aframe, reviewers could make frame-accurate comments on the H.264 proxy that Aframe generates,” explains Ben Baker, workflow supervisor on Rosewater for Sixteen19, “and the metadata stays intact all the way through to the edit suite.”

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