LumaFusion was first released in December 2016, as the first professional multitrack video editing and effects app for iOS. It’s clear from opening the app that it’s a step up from the likes of iMovie and Premiere Rush, and worthy of consideration among the best video editing software.

It’s packed with features that enable precise editing, including some we’ve not seen on other mobile editing apps, such as keyframing for all effects. The latest update, LumaFusion 2.4, was released in November 2020 and adds new chroma and luma keyers, as well as HDR support. In our LumaFusion review, we will assess the interface and features of this app to help you decide whether it’s the right choice for you. For more options, see our best video editing apps roundup.

LumaFusion: Editing interface

Lumafusion Review

Video clips are added to a multitrack timeline (Image credit: LumaFusion)

The default layout of LumaFusion is similar to many desktop editing programmes: multitrack timeline along the bottom, media browser top left, and a preview monitor, which shows either a source clip or your timeline edit, depending on what you last selected: top right. 

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