What's a real hardrive ?No thanks here too. For those that want to make a quick video there is already iMovie and a plethora of similar apps. None of them are usable to me so I certainly don't need iMovie's Big Brother moving to iOS. I need a real computer, real keyboard, read trackpad, real hard drive, for video editing. Let's let Apple's FCPX team focus on improving it on the Mac and not get sidetracked with another gimmick app.
Support for external memories is still missing. That's the last thing that needs to happen before final cut Pro for iPad. Mouse support could also help in certain situations, but that's not a showstopper, unless you have your iPad attached to a smart keyboardProbably asked ad nauseam - but how many of you would love / use Final Cut Pro on the iPad Pro?
I wouldn't call it insanely advanced...Get LumaFusion it is insanely advanced and covers almost everything I did with FCP X
No thanks here too. For those that want to make a quick video there is already iMovie and a plethora of similar apps. None of them are usable to me so I certainly don't need iMovie's Big Brother moving to iOS. I need a real computer, real keyboard, read trackpad, real hard drive, for video editing. Let's let Apple's FCPX team focus on improving it on the Mac and not get sidetracked with another gimmick app.
What's a real hardrive ?
^^^this^^^It could be made to work with the Apple Pencil.
and usb-cPersonally I just think the iPad needs it's own mouse, or mouse support, not system wide, just for a selection of Apps, iOS 'Classic' Mode or whatever they want to brand it. The latest Pro's bench 10,000, screen is 12.9 and high res, so the hardware can do it. Only thing I'd add hardware wise is 4GB RAM moves to 8GB, hardly innovation!
This question is a non-starter among the "No way is iPad a Mac replacement" crowd.
The only way to win people over (if they can be won over) is to deliver a product that overcomes their objections.
I understand why you would feel that way, but Apple will bring their Pro apps to the iPad Pro. They didn’t make that line up for no reason. It’s a matter of time, not a question of if they will.
I recently got LumaFusion on my iPad Air 2. It runs great. It was just updated to include Chromakey, video cropping. I have been having fun with those features.I would think something between FCP and iMovie would be good for the iPad (they used to make Final Cut Express which was more than enough for smaller scale video projects).
I’ll have to check out Luma.
We need the iPad to really have it’s own dedicated OS, (one that is close to a hybrid of Mac OS and iOS)... just not stupid Windows 8 or 10, (gross.) Instead, have an OS that has portability apps and features like iPhone, but is more similar Mac OS, *for real file management, and to be able to truly download, edit, transfer, and save files from thumb/flash/external drives. But even more important... the ability to have better compatibility for programs, so we can use full actual programs like Adobe and Microsoft office.