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How To Add Hand Written Tittle Effects In LumaFusion

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LumaFusion is a powerful video editing solution for iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone. As hardware advances, it allows us to do more creative things on our mobile devices and if you are like me and do all your editing on the go a mobile editing solution like LumaFusion is a must. In this video tutorial, I show you two easy methods on how to add animated handwritten titles to your videos in LumaFusion.

Here is a list of the mobile editing tools I use. As for hardware I do most of my mobile editing on my iPad Pro and use a mix of different accessories such as the Apple lighting to card reader, Western Digital wireless pro hard drive for storing my footage. I also use the Rode VideoMic Me for doing voice-overs on my videos. The one tool I recommend over all others is the Apple Pencil. It really makes editing drone and GoPro footage a breeze on mobile devices. It gives you that level of precision just like using a mouse on a traditional desktop setup.

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Rode VideoMic Me: https://amzn.to/2r3c9Zm


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How To Sync A and B-Roll And Audio In LumaFusion | Multi Track Editing Tutorial

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In this video tutorial, I show you a simple method of how you can easily sync your main timeline video track with b-roll footage. This also works with syncing audio captured separately and you want to sync it with your main timeline video track. Quite often you don’t have to sync your A and B-roll footage as you are just blending in some shots to make your video more engaging. However there are those situations where your b-roll footage needs to line up perfectly, this is especially true when filming a task with 2 cameras so you can cut back and forth for different angles. In this video, I show you step by step with a few tricks on how to achieve this in Lumafusion on your iPad or iPhone.


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Adobe Premiere Rush CC | Walk-Through and Thoughts

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For the most part, Adobe is the leader when it comes to photo and video editing on a PC or laptop, however when it comes to mobile editing they have been dragging their heels allowing app’s like Affinity Photo and LumaFushion to dominate mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads. With today’s powerful tablets such as the iPad Pro, it is now possible to meet all your editing needs on these mobile devices. Last year I made the switch from editing all my YouTube, Drone and GoPro videos from a laptop to an iPad Pro and I haven’t looked back. More and more people are making the switch and its about time that Adobe got into the mobile game.

A few months back Adobe announced a public beta of a new mobile editing app called Project Rush and was geared to YouTubers and mobile editors. I joined the beta program right away so I could get my hands on the new mobile editing app early and was quite impressed even early on in the beta testing. A few days ago Adobe finally launched this new mobile editing app with a new name called Adobe Premiere Rush CC, the CC refers to it being part of the creative cloud suite. Not only is this new mobile editing app compatible with iPhones and iPads, they even have a desktop version. This allows you to start editing on one device and finish on another.

Some notable features of Adobe Premiere CC is its capability of editing 4 tracks of video and 3 tracks of audio. This can be switched between a simple timeline and a multitrack editor. There are some really good tools for editing audio, but what I really like the most is its powerful titling tools. Adobe has included some really professional premade animated titles that look really good. All titles can be fully customized to suit any taste. Even though its early on I think that Adobe is headed in the right direction when it comes to usability and features. There is definitely some room for improvements when it comes to features as there is a huge gap between Adobe Premiere Pro and Rush. I am sure we will see that gap close as new features and updates are added over time. I do have to say I am really impressed with the interface of Rush, Adobe has done a great job at organizing the layout and it will seem very familiar for those who are accustom to Adobe products.

Now there are two big downfalls to Adobe Rush that will prevent me from even considering using it on a regular basis. The first is a lack of 4K exports. You can edit you 4K footage with no issues, but when it comes time to save the final video you can only export at a max resolution of 1080. This is ok for social media editing but there are those times you just want 4K. I hope to see this added in a future update. The second deal breaker for me is the fact that they are using a subscription model…I very much dislike renting software. Lumafusion has a one time fee of 20 dollars and you own it. With Adobe Premiere Rush you have to pay 10 bucks a month forever. Now it’s not all bad if you already have a Premiere Pro monthly plan, Rush is included in it and some other plans they have. However in the meantime, you can still download it to evaluate it for yourself, you are just limited to how many exports you can do until you subscribe to the monthly plan.

Watch our YouTube video where we do a complete in-depth walkthrough of Adobe Premiere Rush and go over all the features.

 


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