LumaFusion 2.0 revamps UI, doubles number of A/V track supported

Luma Touch’s releasing a “dramatically enhanced” version of its iOS editing app: LumaFusion. It has a new UI and doubles the audio/video tracks supported.

In today’s announcement, Luma Touch says the new version will double the number of audio/video tracks supported to 12 tracks. 6 video tracks out of those 12 tracks will support 4K video in real time. According to Luma Touch, that is a first for the iSO content creation market.

Let’s see what LumaFusion 2.0 brings to the table in Luma Touch’s announcement video:

What’s new?

  • New UI: new vector icons, track headers for locking, hiding, and muting all tracks. Also, Luma Touch says you’ll be able to “jump to any location in your edit with a single touch”
  • More tracks: Increase from 6 tracks to 12 tracks (6 video / audio tracks and 6 additional audio tracks) with support for 4K video in real time)
  • New timeline overview: “quick and easy to see your whole project and jump to a specific location in your edit,” says Luma Touch
  • Shuttle control: holding the Play button will scrub at different rates so you can find a particular frame
  • Track headers: track link/unlink, track locking, hide, and mute
  • Video and audio clips on primary track: you can edit video and audio clips on the primary (anchor) track
  • Markers: add Markers to clips and timeline with comments
  • External display: your video can be viewed on a larger screen.
  • Support for GNARBOX 2.0 SSD

What’s been improved?

  • Photos Library now fully supports nested folders in Album, Moments and new Media Types
  • User-saved styles now include fonts
  • “Improved performance” during scrolling and playback, according to Luma Touch.
  • Trim clips on overwrite tracks that have attached transitions
  • Add audio-only clips to video tracks to total up to 12 audio-only tracks.

Pricing and availability

LumaFusion version 2.0 is out now for $29 on the App Store. You can visit Luma Touch’s website to find out more.

Image courtesy Luma Touch

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
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