I made this short video for work on Friday evening. It's a little rough as I was strapped for time and got it all recorded in about 10 minutes to edit when I got home. Otherwise I'd have gotten much better b-roll.
It was all filmed on my iPhone SE using Filmic Pro then air dropped to my iPad.
I uploaded the files to Dropbox, as it's my preferred back up method, and imported the video from there into luma. I did this so I have a neat folder in the imported section with everything I need.
The logo in the bottom corner is just a .png image with a transparent background.
For audio I used a zoom h1 in my pocket with a lav mic. Unfortunately the only way to get the audio into luma is by uploading it to Dropbox with my laptop. It's in mono because of the mic I use so I convert it to stereo (or dual mono) using an app called Hokusai 2. The free version does the job.
One solution I have thought about is to use my old iPhone 4 as the audio recorder then airdrop the files to my iPad. Too bad the iPhone 4 doesn't support airdrop as I won't always be on wifi to email it to myself. At least I'll have my iPhone SE for that purpose next time I upgrade.
There's definitely a lot of features I miss from FCPx and Premiere Pro but, mainly custom transition presets, but so far so good. Big jobs will be done on my PC but for small things like this my entire workflow will be iOS based.
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P.S. sorry for the long post.