I love to shoot lovely weddings and really get to the heart of the couple.
This sure beats Apple's product announcement.
Thank you for sharing this.
Isn't that typo in the title just a little embarrassing? Took me a moment to realize it should be "if."
I am with you guys, I loved Celtx when it had all these features in the desktop app. SO useful. Now, meh.
After using this on a project, I figure this method of editing is more of a novelty until some better software comes out. Great for home movies, but for a 1hr event video, well, Pinnacle stopped working properly, and I had a lot of crashes. I would love to see Apple make good on a "pro" companion app to Final Cut Pro, one that lets you at least edit proxies on the go (in the bus, or in the field if you are some sort of news-gathering reporter) and upload or reconnect back home on your big mac.
No, I don't know of any Android video editing software, but I think a really good option right now is to run Adobe Premiere on a Microsoft Surface. That is one serious tablet, way more "pro" than Apple's new iPad.