At NAB in Las Vegas, the improvements to Luma Fusion by Luma Touch were almost too many to list during our conversation with Terri Morgan, Co-Founder and Principle Designer, and Chris Demiris, Co-Founder and Engineer. Terri told us about a few of the newest features, including more audio and video tracks, an improved UI, Frame.io integration, and external monitor support. Chris discussed some of the features that will be coming a little farther down the line, including Final Cut XML support. They also discussed why they are not doing a subscription model, and why touch-based editing can bring back creativity to the process.
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