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The 1 App I Can’t Live Without For Video Editing

Today, there is an app, website, or software platform for just about anything (including finding someone to walk your dog).

But when it comes to video editing as an independent filmmaker & educator, there is 1 app I can’t live without: LumaFusion by Luma Touch.

Here are 5 reasons why: 👇🏼

Reason #1: It’s a mobile app.

Whether you’re in a remote location, on a bus, or just need to edit on the fly, LumaFusion is the perfect solution for editing on the go.

Reason #2: It’s a powerful app.

It can handle multiple layers of audio, video, and special effects.

Even if you’re just starting out, you can create professional-looking videos with LumaFusion.

Reason#3: It’s versatile.

Use it to create interactive videos with special effects, animations, and live elements. You can make all kinds of videos, like: shorts, features, music videos, tutorials, social videos, & vlogs.

Reason #4: It’s user-friendly.

If you’re not familiar with video editing, no worries — you can start using LumaFusion right away. By practicing often, you’ll get more efficient and maximize your use of the app.

Reason #5: It’s supported by a great community (and team).

Learn from other users, get answers to your questions, and share your own tips and tricks. To support your editing journey, you can find resources on their website, & a lot of tutorials online.

As Walter Murch says, the best thing you can do as an editor who is trying to learn how to edit: is to edit.

You can start by practicing in LumaFusion.

Discover Walter Murch’s Six Criteria While Editing

I can’t recommend LumaFusion enough.

There’s no need to invest in expensive software or equipment, especially if you’re getting started.

When I work with film festivals & schools, designing their education programs — we use LumaFusion.

LumaFusion is a must-have for video creators, YouTubers, or filmmakers. With it, you can create professional-looking videos right from your mobile device.

What have you created with it?

See you tomorrow. Matt Cici

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