Many will LumaFusionand is the best video editing app for iOS devices. It's also a multi-functional video editor that we have in applications such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, or Avid. An app that allows us to mount a video in several layers, add articles, or add effects to clips. LumaFusion has recently reached version 2.2 by adding the much-anticipated XML functionality of Final Cut Pro X …

As we say, LumaFusion is taking a step back and is now allowing something that most users want: that it's possible export the XML file of our project and import it into Fina Cut Pro X

(Following the flow of something else we are able to import and in Premiere or Avid). This works great because it will allow us to make quick edits to LumaFusion and then move them to other difficult editing programs.

  • Export FCPXML. Submit your LumaFusion projects to Final Cut Pro X to continue editing on the desktop. We have created a fantastic workflow that enables XML transfers and original media connections to save time and storage. FCPXML Export is available as a single purchase on request to LumaFusion. For more information on which features are supported, see Frequently Asked Questions and Instructors at:
  • Add / edit sources and locations. Easily organize the library and the import and export sources, including a separate organization for each type of export. Just touch the add / edit sources or add / edit location buttons on the source and local selectors at LumaFusion. GNARBOX and WD Wireless users should add those library resources again after upgrading to version 2.2
  • The new instructional videos Surprise with PhotoJoseph helps you get the most out of LumaFusion. Guiding guidelines and instructional videos are well adapted, for the information you need, when and where you need it. See the new tutorial at
  • New Storyblocks collections allow you to quickly find interesting content (LumaFusion includes a selection of free Storyblocks content; it needs access to the entire library and subscriptions in the app).
  • Added support for the new SanDisk Xpand Drive Go

You have to keep that in mind LumaFusion is a paid app, probably the best editing app for mobile devices, but in this case we have to pay 32.99 euros to download the app. The visual app is very helpful and is slowly getting good performance. If you like video editing, using Final Cut Pro X, and have an iPad (I don't recommend the iPhone because of the size of the device), don't hesitate to get LumaFusion, the best iOS video editing app.