In the first of a few articles about shared and remote workflows, we thought it would be a good idea to start by sharing the just published white paper 'Final Cut Pro Shared & Remote Solutions'.
Cast your memory back to December 2013 and we published a story about Alex Snelling's new PDF on Shared Workflows for Final Cut Pro X users.
Over lockdown, Alex has been busy working to update the article and of course, add any new workflows that have developed since the first publication.
At over 60 pages, it's packed full of good advice and tips. Getting good practices sorted before doing any editing when there are multiple editors involved is essential. Locking down of role usage is the one I normally play edit policeman on!
You'll find the PDF over on Frame.io's website, which for us has become an essential tool in distributed workflow & production in itself.
Keep an eye open for the next articles on FCP.co that will go into more depth on remote and remote shared storage editing.