A few years ago, I never thought to be editing photos on a tablet or mobile phone, but now today's applications make it easy and fast. Still, I'm not a huge fan of editing video on an iPad, but maybe that's because I just haven't found an application that's easy to work with.
In a recent CraftTruck.com episode Dan Lebantal (editor of “Iron Man”) shows off a pro editing application he has developed for the iPad. If any of you are currently editing video on a Tablet, or Mobile Device, i'm interested in hearing more on what works for you.
TouchEdit is a frame-accurate video editing system for the iPad that uses timecode to export the project to other non-linear systems. To perform edits, users have two monitors—a source and a record monitor—controlled by two corresponding filmstrips. Users control the filmstrips by running their fingers back and forth across them, using gestures to perform edits. TouchEdit’s timeline based editor also enables users to interact directly with the video and eight channels of audio.
For a full list of Features, check out the TouchEdit website (here).
TouchEdit iPad Video Editing App