Jonathan Morrison has an excellent breakthrough of how it's to edit an entire 4K video on an iPad Pro. In the video, Morrison adjusts the sound, color correction the recording, and collects everything from multiple clips using LumaFusion running on a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Morrison came impressed with LumaFusion and iPad Pros performance as a video editing workstation. Preview and scrubbing through recordings were consistent and responsive, and iPad Pro exported the final video near real-time.
At the end of the video, Morrison takes some of the criticisms against Apple's latest iPad:
Everyone sees it as a portable replacement when it's an option and you're looking for traditional methods to look for alternative methods.
It's a refreshing perspective from someone who comes from video editing on Mac. It's also a point we're touching on this week's episode of AppStories. Trying to map workflows directly from Mac to IOS is a recipe for disappointment because the platforms work differently. The differences often require adjustments, but they can pay dividends as Morrison demonstrates.