If you're editing videos with Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere and can't remember all the keyboard shortcuts, then you might as well forget them for good.
Thanks to the guys at CtrlConsole, you can now edit using a touch screen. Yup, we're talking about an iPad (and iPhone) app for editing videos that harnesses the power of pro software like Premiere and Final Cut.
You connect your iPad to your computer using WiFi and then you simply start editing within an intuitive and user friendly interface.
Compatible with both Mac and PC, the app has zero perceivable delay and makes the keyboard obsolete. It seems that Minority Report hand gestures computing is closer than we think.
The project just got funded on Kickstarter so keep an eye on them. They'll be launching the app soon so connect with them on Facebook to be notified about their progress.
Be safe and shoot steady footage!
P.S. - The soundtrack used on the first clip is called Super Magic Hats - By Myself (Bad Panda Records) and you can download it for free on SoundCloud.com.
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