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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 2:42 pm 
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Im new to Lumafusion , going to buy an Ipad for it. Would like to ask if regular one is enough for 4K editing or Ipad Pro is a must.
Appreciate your advice.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 5:56 pm 
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4k runs fine on my iPad 6th generation. I use multiple clips always in 4K and multiple tracks. Nearly all clips are edited in some way. I export in 1080. My videos are only a few minutes long and I usually only have one or two different projects (excluding copies) on the go. The Pencil is useful at times because some of the LumaFusion controls are a bit small or cramped.
Any iPad Pro should be really fast but I certainly don’t notice any sluggishness.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 8:52 pm 
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Quote:
Im new to Lumafusion , going to buy an Ipad for it. Would like to ask if regular one is enough for 4K editing or Ipad Pro is a must.
Appreciate your advice.
I know this is not exactly your question...

But:

One major obstacle for most (as far as upgrading to any of the new iPads) is the elimination of the headphone jack. That is a HUGE loss as almost all Bluetooth headsets and speakers have latency. And that delay throws everything off. So if you are using a lot of sound/music in your vidz (especially is editing "on the beat"), this is something to consider.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 7:53 am 
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Thanks for your responses. It helps.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:44 pm 
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Im new to Lumafusion , going to buy an Ipad for it. Would like to ask if regular one is enough for 4K editing or Ipad Pro is a must.
Appreciate your advice.
I know this is not exactly your question...

But:

One major obstacle for most (as far as upgrading to any of the new iPads) is the elimination of the headphone jack. That is a HUGE loss as almost all Bluetooth headsets and speakers have latency. And that delay throws everything off. So if you are using a lot of sound/music in your vidz (especially is editing "on the beat"), this is something to consider.
Not a big issue, as you just buy the adapter and then can attach your headphones to the Ipad Pro.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 3:15 pm 
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Im new to Lumafusion , going to buy an Ipad for it. Would like to ask if regular one is enough for 4K editing or Ipad Pro is a must.
Appreciate your advice.
I know this is not exactly your question...

But:

One major obstacle for most (as far as upgrading to any of the new iPads) is the elimination of the headphone jack. That is a HUGE loss as almost all Bluetooth headsets and speakers have latency. And that delay throws everything off. So if you are using a lot of sound/music in your vidz (especially is editing "on the beat"), this is something to consider.
Not a big issue, as you just buy the adapter and then can attach your headphones to the Ipad Pro.
I did not communicate clearly:

The adapter has latency. By the time the signal is processed, there is a slight, but annoying delay.

There was a Kickstarter of a device that boasted zero latency to fix this issue... but it never got funded.

I am currently frustrated by this latency problem using my Zoom H6 recorder and Filmic Pro. As soon as the "handshake" happens, there is a slight delay (and echo). I have gone back and forth with Filmic about this. But in the end, the delay is still there. So I am forced to record without a live monitor (i.e. my headphones).


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2018 5:31 am 
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I know this is not exactly your question...

But:

One major obstacle for most (as far as upgrading to any of the new iPads) is the elimination of the headphone jack. That is a HUGE loss as almost all Bluetooth headsets and speakers have latency. And that delay throws everything off. So if you are using a lot of sound/music in your vidz (especially is editing "on the beat"), this is something to consider.
Not a big issue, as you just buy the adapter and then can attach your headphones to the Ipad Pro.
I did not communicate clearly:

The adapter has latency. By the time the signal is processed, there is a slight, but annoying delay.

There was a Kickstarter of a device that boasted zero latency to fix this issue... but it never got funded.

I am currently frustrated by this latency problem using my Zoom H6 recorder and Filmic Pro. As soon as the "handshake" happens, there is a slight delay (and echo). I have gone back and forth with Filmic about this. But in the end, the delay is still there. So I am forced to record without a live monitor (i.e. my headphones).
Oh, wow, i did not know this. I have the same adapter that im using on my new Ipad Pro 2018, but cant say i have noticed any delays. But I will try and listen more carefully for any delays next time.


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6th Gen iPad 9.7 will work fine. I got it just to use Lumafusion.. No complaints


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 12:40 am 
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i have a new Ipad Pro 12.9" 2018, and have the headphone adapter, and it works fine using LumaFusion, to hear the audio.
I have not tried to use it to monitor audio while recording video on my camera/iphone.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 6:28 am 
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i have a new Ipad Pro 12.9" 2018, and have the headphone adapter, and it works fine using LumaFusion, to hear the audio.
I have not tried to use it to monitor audio while recording video on my camera/iphone.
Great!

If you could do one more test: watch a YouTube video and see if the audio is in sync with it.


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