Avid has released an update to Avid Studio, its pro-grade video editing app for iPad users, adding Retina Display optimized graphics along with several other minor improvements for stability and workflow. The latest update adds support for Handbrake-encoded videos, fixes issues with audio fade-in and aspect ratio in certain cases, adds alpha channel support for PNG images and addresses issues with situations where removed media is still being used in a project. Avid also indicates in the release notes that 1080p export is currently being worked on and will hopefully be appearing in a future update. Avid Studio 1.1.1 requires an iPad running iOS 5.1 or later and is available from the App Store for $5.
Avid Studio adds Retina graphics, 1080p export coming
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