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Getting Video into Avid Studio for iPad

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Andrew asks: I just purchased Avid Studio for the iPad. Loving it but I feel it is limited to video recorded from the iPad itself – from the camera roll. I have a video camera that has an output plus a memory card. Is there a way to get this video into the iPad so I can start editing?


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  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @adobePC I am getting old I did forget about the DC 10…I had a DC 50 from Pinnacle which let me capture component video…it was amazing…it gave me affordable component non-linear editing on my PC!!!
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • adobePC said:

    @adobePC

    I think around 2003 they final released a software only version that may have been version 7 but the DC 10 Plus cards from 1998 shipped with an earlier version than 7. I used to have one. The Pinnacle 300/400/500 were capture cards that used Pinnacle Studio software. Canopus also had their own Rex Edit in 1998. Although Rex Edit was more powerful and had more features the overall GUI was very similar.

  • LOLMASTER632 said:

    @bronpedullasmith thx

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @knightduke1022 The iPad 3 is coming out soon…you need to get one!
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @WastedChannelName Dude…I love the way you pronounce it…A-Vid…you make it sound so artsy…I may start following you!!!
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @adobePC Just to add a little more. When Pinnacle released there first version of Studio they actually started with version 7…how cool is that? That does not mean that it was there first version…the first version before this was the Pinnacle 500 which was consumer based editing on a PC and it was amazing. I remember seeing it at Comdex in las Vegas and thinking we are living in the future. Now after using the Avid Studio on the iPad I know the future is now!
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • smilo75 said:

    Hi
    just wanna ask what kind of video formats does AVID support….i bought imovie but its pretty much useless to me as it doesnt support my canon camera AVI format….and it kind of defeates the purpose resaveing it on my PC for something imovie for IPAD supports

  • WastedChannelName said:

    Am I the only one who pronounces it A-Vid?
    Anybody?
    *Crawls Back into Hole*

  • BlackPreacherPL said:

    What’s the name of your iPad keyboard ???

  • adobePC said:

    Keep in mind Avid Studio is actually Pinnacle Studio for those who want the Avid name. Pinnacle Studio 1.0 was released long before iMovie. 

  • LoveIsNotNotLove said:

    i wonder if there is a protools also for slates: that would mean, a music student, can put a slate tablet or a small NB into his/her backpack and make music with a decent usb mike and or preamp usb mixer board, then record a live jam session, mix, the sound, edit the video and probally even also beat slice a additional sound trax in a portable DAW,..perhaps there is one of those two and so, all this in a dual or soon quadcore slate! ,,also rtfm in Adobe reader, Kindle,ect&upload it g4! puh! ; )

  • speewave said:

    @MattsMacintosh sounds like my Avid MC on both my Macbook and PC 😐

  • knightduke1022 said:

    @AnthonyMartorina i dont have an ipad…

  • AIR23SAM said:

    @AnthonyMartorina you can have the video audio, 2 sound effects, a voice recording, and a music track all playing at once on iPad iMovie. Hope this helps

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @gnosjo I always hate being negative but in the traditional sense of the L and J cut I am going to have to say no. Now if you had the audio on a seperate track you would be able to pull it off but I would be worried about keeping everthing synced…this would prove to be a slight struggle and might also get frustrating.
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @LittleBIGRacer You could always go professional and get AVID Media Composer…it runs on both Mac and PC but is much more expensive.
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @TechFromTheTropics Currently $4.99 on the Apple Store!
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @GeekAndrew I am going to jump in and say that the iPad offers a great alternative for editing your project quickly and on the go.
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @knightduke1022 Life is not that bad…the AVID Studio for the iPad only costs $4.99…for under 5 bucks you could imporove your life. (unless you do not have an iPad and if that is the case I am sorry for giving you flase hope…LOL!)
    Cheers,
    Anthony

  • AnthonyMartorina said:

    @funtime180 AVID has a few options when it comes to editing. You probably want to compare AVID Media Composer (high end film editing) to Final Cut Pro. AVID also has enthusiast based editing and that is where AVID Studio for the PC and for the iPad comes in to play.
    Cheers,
    Anthony

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