Here’s What You Need to Know About FCPX on iPad App (And How It Works)
This post is by Sunny Shrestha from No Film School
Exploring how this touchscreen-based FCP actually works.
As we covered when the long-anticipated news of Final Cut Pro finally coming to iPad finally broke the other day, there are certainly questions as to who might benefit from this new tablet-based NLE. We can pencil in various on-the-go creatives for sure, and those looking to combine forces with Apple’s new Logic Pro for iPad as well.
But for professional video editors who are currently using Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve, will this move the needle?
To further explore this question, let’s take a more in-depth look into everything you need to know about Final Cut Pro on iPad, including how this new touchscreen-based editing app actually performs without the usual comforts of your usual desktop or laptop setup.