Luma Fusion A great touch based video editing apps for IOS devices.

Lately I’ve been playing with Luma Fusion. I touch base interface For video editing that is only on Apple iOS devices. One of the main reason why I bought a iPad Air was to edit faster with Luma Fusion.

So far I’m only anything with 1080p video footage from my Panasonic GH4. I know the app can handle 4K anything but right now the iPad Air that I had only have 64 GB memory. Right now every time I finish a project I have to delete all my footages from the iPad system before I can start another project.

That is the only problem that I had so far with Apple products mainly not Luma Fusion. I should have got the 256 GB memory for the iPad Air but I did not.

The reason was I know that I can edit video of a hard drive, I got an SSD from Samsung that I know that I can edit 4K videos from that SSD. I was on willing to pay for the Apple tax, Apple tax is expensive memory compare to competitors out there and overpriced accessories of course.

I knew that all along with Apple iPad but because I want to edit on a tablet and I personally like Luma Fusion when I’ve seen this demonstrate on the Internet.

One problem that I can’t edit my videos on my SSD is that I have to format the SSD so it compatible with iPad iOS devices. I don’t have any Apple Mac at home so I can’t format my hard drive to take footage from my SD card. I am a Window user for a long time and slowly move over to IOS devices.

I can edit videos in premiere pro and da Vinci resolve but those are old fashion editing techniques that I have to used when I’m editing videos. The new touchbase interface when editing video is liberating I now can interact with my footages just by my hands and fingers. That process alone makes the editing process so much more enjoyable.

Lately I’ve been pumping out a lot of videos that were in the back lock. Right now I’m up to my current schedule of videos. I just have to shoot more content for YouTube now that I’m up to date. So the creative juices can flow without stopping because of the limitation of the software or hardware.

Luma Fusion will get better with the more updates so this apps. Right now we are in version three and it’s so much better that I don’t think I can use any other video editing software any more. All the editing tools that I need are there. So if you’re in the market right now for an editing software, I suggest you think of Luma Fusion as your next editing software.

Published by Travis Chau

I'm a freelance makeup artist from Sydney, Australia. If you hang around creative people long enough you well get the bug to create as well. So now I am into photography, timelapse photography and maybe video/film later.

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