Today, Luma Touch announced that their iOS editing app LumaFusion now has HDR support, 10-bit processing, HEVC export with transparency and new chromakeying tools.
With the launch of the new iPhone 12, it wasn't going to be long before the third party iOS apps took advantage of its new HDR recordings. Luma Touch has just released version 2.4 of LumaFusion, the iOS editing app for iPhones and iPads. It is available on the App Store for $29.99 or a free update for existing users.
- HDR Support with 10-bit Processing and Export: Create projects for HLG, PQ P3, and Rec-709 10-bit color spaces. Use compatible HDR media from a wide range of cameras, drones, and the new iPhone 12 Pros
- Export H265 with Transparency: Export complex animations that you can easily overlay in new projects
- New Chroma Keyer with automatic key color detection, mask display, and advanced Erosion and Spill Suppression controls
- New Luma Keyer with Luma Range: including Rolloff, Erosion and Edge Blur Radius controls
- Automatic Project Settings: Frame aspect, frame rate, and colorspace are now have an option to be set automatically when the first clip is added to the timeline
- Support for Limited Photos Access in iOS 14: Additional media can be selected from the menu button in the library (for the best experience we recommend allowing LumaFusion full access to Photos media).