LumaFusion Overview Updated February 12, 2020

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Seven 'LumaFusion' stories

June 2017 - February 2020


LumaFusion ($19.99) is a comprehensive multi-track video editing app for the iPad and iPhone. Far surpassing the ability of iMovie, it’s the closest thing to having Final Cut Pro X on an iPad.

LumaFusion allows you to easily edit multiple streams of 4K video on iPad or iPhone, and uses many advanced video editing features like Ripple Edits, L and J cuts, positioning and resizing, keyframing, framerate adjustments, speed adjustments, and much more. It’s hands-down the most advanced video editing app on iOS. You can read more about the app in our hands-on video walkthrough.

LumaFusion Stories February 12

Today is a big day for LumaFusion users, as it marks the day that the app’s long-awaited FCPXML export compatibility for Final Cut Pro X goes live.

With version 2.2 of LumaFusion, users have the option to purchase FCPXML export compatibility for $19.99 via in app purchase. If you’re a video editor who likes to begin editing projects on the go, and finish those edits on your Mac, then this update might be for you. expand full story

LumaFusion Stories October 23, 2019

LumaFusion, a popular mobile video editing app for iOS, has been updated today to version 2.1 with several new features for professional users, including support for external storage, system custom fonts and more for iOS 13 and iPadOS users.

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LumaFusion Stories October 2, 2019

The original Gnarbox, a small, rugged portable media manager and backup device, was a great idea on paper, but the execution needed work. Today the team from Gnarbox is back with version 2.0 of its hardware. The new Gnarbox features noteworthy improvements over its predecessor, such as a built-in screen for on-device management, and multi-destination copy for increased redundancy.

If you’re an iPad Pro user who regularly works with photos and videos, should you consider adding the Gnarbox 2.0 to your workflow? Read our hands-on account for the details. expand full story

LumaFusion Stories April 10, 2019

At this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas, mobile video editing gained even more cohesiveness and traction. In previous years I felt like there was a push to legitimize mobile video editing, but this year it’s not even a question as to whether such workflows make sense for many iPad users.

The central hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center featured the likes of LumaFusion, Filmic Pro, and Gnarbox  — companies that are all heavily involved with mobile video editing workflows. In this post we’ll take a look at some of their current and future contributions to this space as highlighted at NAB Show 2019. expand full story

LumaFusion Stories May 9, 2018

LumaFusion, far and away the most feature-dense video editing app on iOS, has been updated to version 1.6. This latest release brings some notable enhancements to the table, including  Gnarbox integration.

I’ve covered LumaFusion several times before, and have been impressed by the amount of features that it has built in for serious video editors. Version 1.6 continues to build on the foundation already established by previous versions, and creates a noteworthy hardware partnership in the process. Watch our hands-on video for more details. expand full story

LumaFusion Stories July 19, 2017

I’ve been wanting to do a series on iPad video editing for some time, and I feel that time is right with the maturation of LumaFusion into a powerful app for editing videos on iOS. LumaFusion, as I’ve stated in the past, is the most comprehensive video editing tool available on the platform, and should be the choice for anyone who’s seriously into editing videos via iPad on a recurring basis.

In this initial walkthrough, I step through many of the basic project settings in LumaFusion. This includes creating a new project, adjusting basic preferences, renaming, duplicating, deleting projects, and so on.

By the end of this tutorial, you should have a firm grasp on how to use projects in LumaFusion, which will adequately prepare you to tackle other basic areas of the app, including managing the timeline and source viewer. We’ll be back soon with additional LumaFusion tutorials, with the goal of eventually establishing a full comprehensive video-driven guide to the app. expand full story

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