Avid Studio for the iPad

Avid has released an app version of its popular Studio video software program.

Avid Studio for the iPad
Avid Studio for the iPad is now available in the iTunes App Store for a nominal cost.
Avid Studio for the iPad
Avid Studio for the iPad is now available in the iTunes App Store for a nominal cost.

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Without a single shred of doubt, Apple is the hottest corporation in the world and a large part of its current success is because of its revolutionary iPad tablet.

Avid is another trendsetting company that is known for its many powerful software tools. Recently, the company introduced an iPad version of its popular Studio video editing software.

The newly released Avid Studio App is available on the iTunes App Store for a nominal cost and is designed to provide everyone from soccer moms to veteran video editing pros, a solution that’s easy to use and portable. The app enables users to start video editing projects and to edit existing projects through timelines with options for soundtracks, effects and provisions to post to social media websites. The app works with Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit to easily import projects that have been stored on a PC.

The Avid Studio app for the iPad is a convenient solution that video professionals can use to quickly edit and post videos




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