Earlier this year, Samsung collaborated with LumaTouch to bring the popular video editing app LumaFusion to the Galaxy Tab S8. Now, LumaFusion is finally available for other Android and ChromeOS devices, which means you can install it on your Galaxy Tab series device and Galaxy Chromebook.
During the launch, LumaFusion was exclusive to the Galaxy Tab S8 series, and the company had promised to bring it to other Android tablets soon. Nine months after the launch, the video editing app is finally here for other Galaxy (and other Android) tablets and even Chromebooks. However, it is still in the early access phase, so there could be some bugs. During the testing period, the app is priced at $20, but when its stable version launches, it will cost $30.
LumaFusion is a highly regarded video editing app that gained popularity on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. It supports up to 12 tracks (six video and six audio tracks), a magnetic timeline, preset effects, custom effects, and cut/copy/paste across projects. It also supports green screen, luma and chroma keys, blur, distort, and color styles. It supports slow-motion videos and 18fps to 240fps video support. It also brings full Storyblocks integration for paid audio-visual elements.
It offers various fonts and adjustments for text, speed effects, keyframe audio levels and equalizer for audio, and auto music ducking during dialogs. The app can import data from the device, a USB-connected storage drive, and various popular cloud storage services (Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive). If you are a video editor, you can try out LumaFusion on your Samsung smartphone, tablet, or Chromebook.