Avid Studio Lands at iTunes App Store

February 6, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s iMovie for iPad is probably annoyed to move over for the new Avid Studio for iPad.  Avid is of course a heavyweight as far as video editing is concerned, so is the new software. The editing tools are coming all the way from Avid’s pro range of software after all.

Video can be shot from the device itself, or you owners can import footage from your archives to edit away. Clips can be combined using 3D animations, transitions, titles and soundtracks.

The Avid Studio for the iPad comes with storyboarding support, a Precision Trimmer tool and on-the-fly cutting, in addition to various fades and dissolves along with picture-in-picture support.

You can also create full title, subtitle and credits. The final results can then be rendered in 480p, 540p or 720p or shared on Facebook or YouTube or via email.

Also, you can export clips over to Avid Studio on the PC for further editing.

Editing enthusiasts can 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, said Tanguy Leborgne, vice president of creative enthusiasts products and solutions at Avid.

The Avid Studio for iPad is now available on the iTunes App Store for $4.99, same price as the iMovie.

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