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LumaFusion 1.7 is now available in the App Store. This update includes great new features like search and sort in the library, soft edges and curved corners in cropping, and our new integration with Storyblocks, a great royalty-free library of video, audio and sound effects. A sample of clips are included free, with a low-cost subscription available in-app for access to the full library


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 12:29 am 
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In my circumstance, I use a front and rear facing camera. When I import into LumaFusion, the videos are in random order. Both cameras have time synced via GoPro iPhone app, so if front camera timestamp is 1:00pm, and rear camera is 1:03pm, I’d want to display them in the media library chronologically.

Any way to accomplish this?

As it is today, I struggle trying to organize my clips and end up adding clips at the end that should have been near the middle of the timeline.

How can I get this area listed chronologically by record time/date?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:48 am 
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In my circumstance, I use a front and rear facing camera. When I import into LumaFusion, the videos are in random order. Both cameras have time synced via GoPro iPhone app, so if front camera timestamp is 1:00pm, and rear camera is 1:03pm, I’d want to display them in the media library chronologically.

Any way to accomplish this?

As it is today, I struggle trying to organize my clips and end up adding clips at the end that should have been near the middle of the timeline.

How can I get this area listed chronologically by record time/date?
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Filmic Pro alleges to work with GoPro:
https://twitter.com/filmicpro/status/54 ... 76?lang=en

In Filmic Pro, we can turn on a timestamp option - that should solve the problem for ya'.


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