If you’re in the San Francisco area (for Macworld, perhaps) and you want to check out two of the coolest new iOS filmmaking apps, make sure to swing by tonight’s 12th Annual SuperMeet.
In addition to all kinds of brilliant guest speakers, awesome vendors, and a mind-blowing raffle, you’ll get to watch professional editor Dan Lebental, A.C.E. demonstrate his brand new video editing tool Touch Edit, an app that uses gestures and touch commands to capture the spirit of classical filmmaking while offering cutting-edge digital editing capabilities.
But wait, there’s more!
You’ll ALSO get to watch video pro and tech author Adam Wilt demonstrate Cine Meter, his super-cool app that turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into a reflected light meter, an RGB waveform monitor, and a false-color picture monitor. Neat!
I’ll also be there, at the PeachPit Press table where they’ll be selling copies of my new book: Hand Held Hollywood’s Filmmaking with the iPad & iPhone. I’d love it if you stopped by to say hello.
Doors to the SuperMeet vendor area swing open at 4:30pm, and the main show (with both app presentations) begins at 7pm.
As always, the San Francisco SuperMeet is being held at the Robertson Auditorium, Mission Bay Conference Center – UCSF. For more details, click over to the SuperMeet website.
Since it still only allows for one track of video I’ll pass.
True, no multitrack, but it does support timecode and FCPXML output. Not too shabby!