TechCrunch | 09.14.16

Frame.io raises a $10M Series A with Jared Leto and Kevin Spacey as investors

By Jordan Crook

Cloud-based collaboration tool Frame.io has raised $10M in Series A funding led by Accel, with participation from SignalFire, FirstMark Capital, and Shasta Ventures. Actor Jared Leto, who was a seed investor in the company, has also invested in the Series A as well as actor Kevin Spacey.

Frame.io is a collaboration tool for video creators and compares themselves to a InVision or Github for video. The service lets video creators upload footage, organize them into storyboards to map out the editing process, and of course comment and share feedback with your whole team. Previously this workflow would have been heavily fragmented with most creators using a mix of apps like Dropbox, Vimeo and email to fill in the gaps.

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