How to Make Big-Screen Movies on Your iPad
Digital audio and video technology company Avid has released its first video editing application for the iPad—Avid Studio, available at the Apple App Store.
The company says it has made the Avid Studio app for the iPad easy enough for first-timers, yet sophisticated enough for more advanced editors.[ Also Read: How to Use Digital Media to Sell Movies ]
As the first iPad app for video editing to offer frame-by-frame editing accuracy and access to all kinds of media, Avid Studio for iPad allows users to create and share multimedia experiences, wherever they want to. Released Thursday, Feb. 2, the iPad app is being offered for an introductory price of $4.99.
Avid Studio for iPad allows users to begin editing by offering access to any videos, photos and audio already in their iPad library, or media that can be imported from iTunes, cameras and more.[ Also Read: What Apple Textbooks Offer to the iPad Users ]
Users can then arrange clips in the Storyboard, make precision edits using the Timeline, and enhance their movie creations with transitions, effects and a soundtrack. They can then share movies directly to YouTube, Facebook and more—or export projects to Avid Studio software, where they can continue editing with even more advanced tools on their PC. In addition, editing enthusiasts can get started fast with an easy-to-understand how-to guide, included with the app.[ Also Visit: RMN Content and Communications Services ]
“More and more users are relying on mobile devices for media content creation, viewing and sharing, and we’re proud to deliver a feature-rich new app that takes powerful Avid technology and adapts it specifically for the iPad. Now video editors have a great, powerful and fun way to create movies and tell their stories,” said Tanguy Leborgne, vice president, creative enthusiasts products and solutions at Avid.
“Editing enthusiasts can now use a mobile application that has our industry-leading video editing technology built into it—with the interactive capabilities of iOS—to help them make incredible movies at home or on the go.”