Yes; I discussed using Archive as a transfer method when I was experimenting on how to do this Discussion Questions: When you can't or don't want to use WiFi:
I did a lot of experimenting. Here's what I found:
* You can’t send a clip taken in the native iPhone camera app to LumaFusion on the iPad or iPhone without it going into the Photos app and being uploaded to the cloud. If you don’t have good WiFi available, this can be problematic. FiLMiC PRO saves to its own folder on the iOS device by default, so you can use the sharesheet to Open In LumaFusion, and it places the clip in Imported-FiLMiC PRO within LumaFusion.
* If instead you are in FilMiC Pro on an iPhone and select Share with LumaFusion to the same device, it copies to the folder Imported-Shared. Makes sense, but I like it ending up in a FiLMiC PRO folder instead.
* You can send an Archive from LumaFusion on the iPhone to LumaFusion on the iPad via AirDrop with the Copy to LumaFusion command.
* So, if you take a video in FiLMiC PRO, optionally you can copy it to Emulsio to stabilize, then Share to LumaFusion, then add the clip to a timeline, you can send it to LumaFusion on the iPad as an archive and edit it there.
BTW, if your workflow uses Emulsio for stabilization,
* If you are in FiLMiC PRO on an iPhone and use the sharesheet to Copy to Emulsio, it opens in Emulsio immediately.
* If you are in Emulsio and want to move the clip to LumaFusion, choose Share to LumaFusion and the clip appears in Imported-Shared folder.
* If you are in Emulsio and use the sharesheet to Copy to LumaFusion, the clip appears in Imported-moviestiller folder.
It may be that the easiest way to take clips on an iPhone and move them to an iPad without going through Photos is to use WD My Passport Wireless Pro or Gnarbox. Perhaps someone could discuss that workflow and compare the two.
Or maybe Apple will let us read and write to arbitrary external drives. Meanwhile, I’ll use a SanDisk iXpand to move clips from the iPhone to the iPad.
…though I had not to thought of using a Shortcut. It's hardly necessary anyway since the operation of AirDropping an archive is straightforward. The problem is, you can't just transfer clips - you have to create project, archive it, and then send it by AirDrop. AirDrop does not let you share or copy a video clip to anything but Photos. And after archiving you still have to aggregate the clips into the new project on the iPad. If only Apple would let us read and write to an external drive (as with the iXpand drives, which have advantages and disadvantages. ) I have not heard any rumors of that happening at WWDC, but one may hope...