The emergence of iMovie and other video editing software in the mainstream has not been surprising given the improvements in mobile technology in recent years like the ability of devices to allow users to capture events no matter where they are. Being able to take these clips home and then edit them in desktop suites was the first step, but now the iPad has allowed developers to make even those suites remote.
Avid Studio is one of if not the best to work with, given its very well thought out dashboard that places all the tools you’ll need at your fingertips, including your device’s entire media library, and the effects to turn a collection of clips into something much more polished.
Avid allows you to add transitions between frames for a smoother viewing experience, in addition to pre-designed montages into which you can drop your clips. The whole app is designed around a drag and drop functionality, meaning you car Dick up and drop clips and effects as you wish. The inclusion of a Storyboard above the traditional timeline is also an interesting feature, as it’s a handy quick drop point for effects and clips.
Take at look at some of the cool things you can do to your movie projects with Avid below.
Step by Step: How to Edit Videos Like A Professional With Avid App For iPad
1. YOUR STORYBOARD
As well as your timeline, you have a Storyboard that provides content breakdown at a glance. if you want to change the shot order, you can drag and drop a clip to a new location, taking any set effects with it.
To add smoothness to your movies you can place transitions between your clips. Avid recently added some new options, so it now has 16 to pick from such as fades and slides. Drag and drop your preference onto the storyboard.
Avid comes with some built-in montage effects, into which you can drop various clips and add text to really make a movie stand out. Once it’s in your storyboard, just drag and drop clips in and choose the order in which they appear.
Although pictures tell the majority of the story, you can add some text from the quite broad Titles section. Drop the effect onto a clip in your Storyboard and then double-tap to edit the text that appears on screen.