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posted by - Tuesday, 29 January 2013

It’s true that the iPhone has become a ubiquitous tool on set, and now the iPad seems to have achieved that status too. Ever since the beginning of the App Store, there have been a number of video editing apps out there, such as iMovie and Avid Studio (among others). Well, one app that has been garnering some buzz lately is TouchEdit. Created by a pair of industry professionals including Dan Lebental, A.C.E., editor of Elf and Iron Man, the app is a frame-based editing system for the ipad. Users interact with their video using two filmstrips – plus the app even features something called “Grease Pencil” mode  which allows users to mark in and out points and perform three-point editing. 

Scott Simmons over at ProVideoCoalition has a great write-up on TouchEdit, including demo videos that show off the actual interface. You can also visit TouchEdit’s official website for more details. 

Are there any iPad apps that have become indispensable to you on set? Let us know in the comments! 

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