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LumaFusion Update

LumaFusion, from Luma Touch LLC, was updated with a Multi-select feature to greatly improve your video editing workflow. There's also new collaboration features using Frame.io.

What's new in LumaFusion v2.3.0:

NEW:
• Multi-select in the timeline provides incredible new editing power!
• Select range with handles in timeline navigator
• Lasso-select in the timeline
• Tap individual clips to add and remove from selection
• Drag multiple clips in the timeline
• Cut, copy, and paste within a project and between projects
• Copy attributes from one clip to many selected clips
• Quickly change presets (transitions, titles, effects) for multiple clips

• Frame.io integration for effortless remote collaboration
• Browse Frame.io media within the library
• Preview Frame.io media, view comments, reply, and add your own comments
• Drag-and-drop Frame.io media to the timeline
• Add Frame.io comments to projects to be included when you export a version to Frame.io
• Add comments offline (library comments will sync automatically, and project comments on next export, when connected to Frame.io)

IMPROVED:
• Keyboard shortcuts for different language keyboards
• Added more resolutions and aspect ratios for editing screen recordings from iPhones and iPads
• Movies exported to Photos are now added to a LumaFusion Movies album for easier management
• Dozens of additional UI improvements

FIXED:
• Export to Photos -1 error for some exports
• Improved stability and performance

In upcoming releases we will continue adding new features, and will continue to enhance every aspect of LumaFusion. Find tutorials, reference-guide, answers to your questions, and contact us directly at https://luma-touch.com/support

YouTuber Henny Tha Bizness shows off how the update has improved his own workflow.

Reader Comments 1

HTB makes it look easy. No doubt the how-to Edit video required hours of editing. The "presets" looked like they might really save time. Then the possibility of organizing presets into groups for specific settings, or subjects, or themes/styles, filming gear commonly used together, etc., and then maybe even going deeper with preset sub-groupings suggests itself. Wishful thinking?

My main questions are, should I, as a user of a 2+ year old Intel powered iPad Pro, which is getting pretty well stuffed with books (in all formats) and AUM related synths and effects, just be patient and wait for the Apple silicon machines? Will the new Apple silicon chips handle video files meaningfully better than the apparent 2019 Intel iPad Pro HTB is using? Decisions, decisions...

Assuming things progress fairly normally without to many surprises, I pretty much know, I'm going to rely on a rule-of-thumb in this case which has served me well with Apple and their consistently annoying tech roll outs: just wait, in fact, don't settle for the first edition of significantly changed hardware, but wait for the second release if at all possible. So that makes for something like a 2 to 3 year +/- 6 to 12 months period before upgrading ...? That's pushing it for 'mobiles' on the long side of the time estimate. Vexing. Obviously, I need to start trying to be more careful when handling this Intel iPad ...

One thing you really have to appreciate about these sturdy Apple tablets over lap/desktops is how long they keep being useful after you 'time-capsule' the OS and Apps after you buy your new model. One has been bouncing around on a Ram mount in a 4x4 serving up GPS/topo-maps without a glitch for years since it got 'retired.' It never leaves the truck mount. Be it cold Winter or hot Summer for 5 years now. Obviously, the Gear guys here like to use their old tablets for music, but, I think this iPad is going to 'time-capsule' the books on board and the AUM music environment it last used before I take it offline and 'special-purpose' it....
July 14, 2020  | person Crowfly
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