Would love to listen, but nofilmschool won't post this on any other podcasting service.
Look into the newest update to Premiere. It added a long overdue proxy workflow that'll accomplish exactly what you're asking for.
Please add the podcast to Google Play!
If you're not sure how to use it, don't use s-log until you are comfortable with it. If used incorrectly, you can really set yourself up for failure—especially since the a7s/r cameras offer very little to help you shoot log well.
In my experience, if you're shooting with an a7s/r camera indoors, you're better off with one of the Cine profiles. If you have a high dynamic range scene, s-log can be really helpful—the rest of the time, it's not buying you much.
When I shoot s-log indoors, it's almost always overkill and I end up having to work to get it to a look I could have had in-camera before grading.
xdcam-user is a great resource for learning more about the picture profile options on the Sony cameras.
That's great insight from frame.io. Thanks for sharing.
I hope your clients love it. It completely improved my work life when it came to freelance client review—stuff simply got done faster. Easily worth the monthly cost, in my opinion.
I've used both a whole lot. This is what it comes down to:
For team collaboration, frame.io. For nothing but client review, wipster. Here's why:
First, wipster doesn't require an account to leave feedback on the video. Frame.io kind of has a solution for this, but it is no where near as simple. Wipster nailed this feature out of the gate, and all clients I've had love it. To really have a good client review with frame, they have to sign up for an account.
But frame.io has a better notification system for longer conversations on a file, and they support more than video files, so you can share music files, stills, etc. Also, frame.io has a great feature where you can view a previous version of a file side-by-side in sync. This is great for color grading comparison or vfx versioning.
Both have a Premiere extension. Frame.io has a FCPX exporter.