Guys you have to try over time to find out, I’m old school Final Cut, my fingers look at the screen and not at the key board, like a preying mantis finger hovers over space bar and I and O.
Ps tell me more about frame by frame without the keyboard please ?
I’m guessing most people spend 90% of their time scrubbing and trimming. So making that process efficient is extremely important. As you mention I and O, in and out with playing the space bar.
For single frame without the keyboard, you can of course, simply zoom in (pinch out two fingers) on the timeline so you can see the frame marks and move your finger back and forth on or more frames at a time.
This is in my opinion the single greatest joy of using the iPad to edit video, having your fingers as the jog and zoom control.
You can also swipe left or right inside the preview window this moves the timeline one frame.
You can tap and hold on the arrows on the review window, this moves slowly one frame at a time.
You can tap and hold the play button, this pops up the scrubber and lets you move forward and back at 1, 5 etc. frames per second.
If you want to move 4 frames, say with four clicks on the keyboard, you can’t do that in the preview window. Swiping four times, is slower.
You can however, do that in edit window, since you get more arrows.
After playing with this quite a bit, it is so tantalizingly close to being a phenomenal editor. There are inconsistencies across the windows and if more attention was focused on reducing the number of taps needed for trimming, splitting, slipping, and ordering clips, this would be a simply outstanding product.
I personally would rather see the program tightened up with workflow before adding any new features.