Uploading photos to your Fluxiom account in real time could dramatically cut down on the energy and time you spend collecting feedback from your clients.
By giving them access to a shared folder, and letting them watch the shoot as it unfolds, you are guaranteed to capture their attention like never before. It’s also a great opportunity to tighten the feedback loop, avoiding costly misunderstandings, and the frustrating re-shoots that go with them. And, finally, it provides you with a real time backup, just in case the studio’s sprinkler system decides it’s time for a wet hard drive contest.
By using OS X’s Watch Folders, you can turn any directory on your machine, including your camera’s destination folder, into a magic Fluxiom-enabled zone. Because Fluxiom accepts RAW files, and outputs them transparently as clean, web-compatible JPEGs, there is no need to run photos through a cumbersome batch converter before showing them to your client.
Two-minute setup instructions can be found on our support pages.
Obviously, you will need a fast upstream connection for the process to happen transparently, and you will need sufficient space in your Fluxiom account to accommodate the files. Otherwise, there is no limit on the number of files you can upload in this manner: as far as your account is concerned, this is a perfectly regular upload operation.
We hope this tip will save you time and frustration during a very busy time for all creative professionals. As always, our support engineers. welcome your comments on this feature, and would be delighted to assist you in setting things up.