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Editor Dan Lebental — whose credits with director Jon Favreau include Iron Man and Iron Man 2 — has developed an editing app for the iPad that is now available on iTunes for $50.
Lebental describes TouchEdit, a frame-based editing app, as a “21st century version of the Moviola” that brings back the simplicity of film editing (including a retro design) while incorporating the latest advances in mobile technology and cloud-based services.
It’s aimed at both professionals and video enthusiasts and designed as a tool that Lebental himself would use for a movie or TV project, either as a standalone editor or as a satellite tool to another professional editing system.
He is using TouchEdit on a job for the first time, in conjunction with his Avid Media Composer, to cut NBC pilot About A Boy.
“We are at the dawn of the professional program coming to the iPad and other mobile technology,” Lebental told The Hollywood Reporter. “I thought there had to be a more efficient way to make movies [with the new technology at our disposal.]”
Details were provided in Lebental’s recent interview with THR.
The app requires iOS 6.0 or later.
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