"Providing a modern solution for the BBC on such a large-scale project has been very valuable for everyone involved"
The BBC used Aframe throughout the production to store, log and edit the footage. The high res media was ingested directly into Aframe's secure cloud storage facility, enabling the crew to immediately access and organise footage from the set.
The production team collaborated with Aframe's development team to refine the software to better suit their needs. Aframe's revolutionary metatagging service was improved to include logging that captures editorial content, as well as keywords. The footage was logged in real time to offer the crew the ability to search instantly through the rushes to find exact moments from the shoot based on people, scenes or actions.
The crew used Aframe's edit integration feature to send media to HALO post via its unique edit workflow. This enables the facility to work with the hundreds of hours of footage as it’s created, without tying up their valuable internal storage by delivering only the high res needed for finishing.
"This was a very exciting project to be involved in. Providing a modern solution for the BBC on such a large-scale project has been very valuable for everyone involved. It’s also great to add the BBC to the growing rosta of companies using our system"
said David Peto, Aframe CEO.