Day dreaming...

Discussion in 'iPad' started by rawweb, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. rawweb macrumors 6502a

    rawweb

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    Was just day dreaming about the unexplored possibilities of my iPad Pro.

    Wouldn't it be neat if your desktop FCPX could stream proxies files of your project (like some kind of a Final Cut server) over a secure network to a FCPX iOS app allowing you to do edits on the fly from anywhere. I would love to play around with some projects with my fingers (imaging color wheels and shuffling with a finger or pencil). I think you could do some precision editing. I would also enjoy the laziness of sitting on my couch doing it instead of sitting at desk more than 12 hours a day. It would also be neat to have some kind of touch tools that were able to interface with my desktop environment.

    Anyway...what's your dream feature?
     
  2. GrindedDown macrumors 6502a

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    Fusion 360 on the iPP and the Affinity suite on iPP (and that's confirmed happening).

    I think it's gonna take a lot of time for developers to jump on board with iPP, but once they do, things will be looking pretty bright. I mean they're pretty good, but oh boy the future of it is also exciting.
     
  3. sjleworthy macrumors 65816

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  4. BSG75 macrumors regular

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    I'd love to see a version of FCPX on iOS. At least do some scratch edits and then move over to desktop FCPX for the final product. iMovie has made some improvements, IMO. At least there's a little more flexibility, but since the IPP can edit 3 4K video streams, iOS FCPX seems like a no-brainer for us video guys,
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    Plus, using the Apple Pencil to edit is almost like using a mouse. Lots more control than with your fingertips.
     
  5. Atomic Walrus macrumors 6502a

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    Xcode. With a device of this size and power it would be nice to no longer need another piece of hardware involved to rebuild an app.
     

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