I just updated my Pinnacle Studio for iPad app tonight, and noticed in the update description some HUGE news: The app now supports opening audio files you send yourself in email and can open from other apps. You can also import different kinds of media (including audio) from cloud storage sources. This is tectonic-sized good news for iPad videographers!


I helped facilitate an iPad digital storytelling workshop using Pinnacle Studio in December 2012 for Storychasers, and one of the biggest limitations we ran into involved sources for imported audio. Unlike iMovie for iPad, Pinnacle Studio supports two different video tracks and up to three different audio tracks. It’s the most sophisticated and flexible app I’ve used to-date for iPad videography, but the previous limitations on only importing audio from your iTunes library were VERY limiting. Now, those limits are history! Woo hoo!

If you’re interested in learning how to use Pinnacle Studio for iPad to edit and publish videos, join me for an “intermediate” Storychaser iPad Digital Storytelling workshop on Saturday, November 16, 2013 in Yukon, Oklahoma. Registration is available via EventBrite.

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One Response to Great News for iPad Videographers (Open-In Audio Functionality Added to Pinnacle Studio)

  1. gbert says:

    Nice. Read this but did not try it out. CCmixter download via iCab and the music can be sent directly to pinnacle. Makes it simple. Need to look at how this works with soundcloud.

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