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LumaFusion 3 - Quick Start Video Editing with LumaFusion App for iOS

teacher avatar Robb Montgomery, Video Journalism Professor

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      What will you learn in this course?


    • 2.

      Video editing with LumaFusion 3


    • 3.

      New Project with LumaFusion 3


    • 4.

      Video Exercise - Shoot a sequence


    • 5.

      Editing clips in LumaFusion 3


    • 6.

      Tool Tips in LumaFusion 3


    • 7.

      Resize windows in LumaFusion 3


    • 8.

      Case Study: Beach rescue video - mobile journalism


    • 9.

      Recording voice over in LumaFusion 3


    • 10.

      More Features in LumaFusion 3


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About This Class

LumaFusion is a professional video editing app that first-time-users can get great results if they know where to start.

This course will guide you by eliminating the confusing jargon and teaching in a highly visual way. You will see in every lesson, exactly where to tap and touch with the app.

The instructor uses a three-camera TV studio that always gives you, the student, the best seat in the house.

LumaFusion works on iPhones, iPads and the new Macs with the M1 chip inside. It is super powerful, but like other pro video editing apps, can be intimidating to use at first.

This quick course will show you how to use the app to edit video quickly and smartly.

Course is taught by Professor Robb Montgomery, the author of the Mobile Journalism textbook and chair of the Mobile Journalism programs at Visual Editors.

Montgomery has taught mobile video and documentary film to journalists and students in more than 40 countries since 2005.

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Robb Montgomery

Video Journalism Professor


Robb Montgomery

  Documentary filmmaker
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Robb Montgomery’s documentary films have won film festivals in Hollywood, Moscow and Berlin and he is the author of two textbooks: Smartphone Video Storytelling and Mobile Journalism.

Montgomery teaches mobile journalism seminars at Ohio University, the University of Stockholm, FH Wien in Vienna, the EFJ school of journalism in France, American University, and the Danish School of Journalism.

He is the chair for the Mobile Journalism Awards and the founder of the Smart Film School.

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1. What will you learn in this course?: Hi, my name is Rob Montgomery and I think you're really going to like this Quick Start Course in luma fusion 3. I'm not going to focus on every feature the app can do, just the ones that I use pretty much every day when I'm using this app in the field to make documentaries and mobile journalism reports. Using my iPhone, I can do professional work and that's what I'm going to show you. I think you're really going to enjoy the pace of this course and the power that you will soon have. Listen, I teach journalists around the world, in fact, in more than 40 countries how to find capturing, kill, awesome, incredible nonfiction stories with their phones. With GoPro goes with mirrorless or DSLR cameras, 360 audio. All of that material can be edited in luma fusion. And we're gonna take a look at luma fusion 3 in this QuickStart course. Come on in, I think you're really going to like it. 2. Video editing with LumaFusion 3: Okay, So let's just forget about some of the other cameras for a moment and just concentrate maybe on footage coming from your Android or your iPhone device. Of course, if it's on an Android device, you're going to need to export that file out and get it into your iOS device. If it's an MP4 file, it's no problem. You can get started with footage that's already on your phone or your iPad quite easily. In fact, you may be wondering, do I need to have the latest and greatest iPad? I do have the latest and greatest iPad here. Then I'm going to show you and demonstrate with. I'll be able to show exactly where the tools are that you need to touch and how to manipulate them to get the results that you want. But even if you have a iPad Pro one for the year 2016, guess what? Luma fusion is going to work for you. I've been using this for years. I just got my new iPad, M1. And so I like to support people who, who have older gear as well as the newest gear because there's just more realistic. They'll listen the first time you open up luma fusion, you're going to see a screen like this, and that can be pretty intimidating. You have to start a new project the way video editing software works, whether it's on iOS, whether it's luma fusion, Final Cut Pro, there'll be Premiere is that you're basically organizing a project that gives a set of instructions to video clips about when to play them, when to start and stop each video clip, what audio level, and basically building on special effects after that. So basically a project is where you want to start. Let's look real quickly over. Once you have a few projects in luma fusion, what that looks like. So you can see here are each of these rows is a different story, a different video. And if you tap on it, you can get an overview here of all the elements there on the timeline. So you can just get a real and you can scrub them even in this view. So once you get a few projects going, you'll be able to manage them and edit between them. And you can even share these projects between your devices. You can airdrop them. I do this all the time. I'll start a project in the field on my iPhone. And then maybe when it back in the hotel or on the train or on the plane, back to the newsroom, we're back to my studio, back to the next client. I will AirDrop it to an iPad and where I've got a little bit bigger workspace and you can see I like working on the iPad. In fact, I'll be telling this with pencil so I'll be able to show you exactly where things are and how to get into it. So let's be just begin at the beginning where you're going to be, which is with a blank project. You want to tap the plus sign on the bottom left and create a new project. So let's start there. I'm going to fade to black. And when I fade back up, we're going to start importing some clips and start to build our first scene. 3. New Project with LumaFusion 3: So again, I'm going to demonstrate with the pencil here, we're willing to create a new project. Luma fusion is open. I'm going to tap down here on the plus button on the lower left-hand corner. And you'll see that a pop-up appears. And it will ask you, what should we call this project, my project parentheses three, maybe not. You can use, I'm using the Magic Keyboard here, but let's just call this practice, practice 1. And then you'll see that there are some options there about the frame rate, the aspect ratio, the color space. If you don't know what any of those things mean right now, be not concerned. Basically, when you start your project, the app luma fusion will auto detect some of those characteristics from your, your first piece of footage and make an assumption that that's what you want for your project. And trust me, most of the time that works just fine. But if you want to have that pro control and override, you can say, I really want to have a project at 24 frames per second like a Hollywood filmmaker. And I want to be an aspect ratio of, let's say, 2.3921, like a widescreen cinema. So you can actually cut all types of video and film footage in this app if you want to make vertical video, here's where you can do that at the beginning, you can always change those settings. Let's just make it easy here because your project in this quickstart tutorial will be to tell maybe in 30 to 60 seconds the story of a place. You're going to do that primarily with pictures, but you'll have options to use voice-over, text over, or just music. Let's go to the plus button here on this pop-up. And you'll see that blank project right now I've just switched you to let you know that there is basically three areas that you need to focus on in just about any video editing app, but particularly with luma fusion because it follows the standard user interface. Basically, all of our clips are in a library over here, and we can determine those sources. Whether they're in our photos library, whether they're on an external hard drive attached to USB-C or lightning over here. Whether they're already in our files app, we've already copied them over. Maybe I sometimes have to do that with my with my audio recorder. I'm just import it and it'll go into files. I'll put it in folder. Anyways, this is just where you're going to choose the media that you want to build your story with. Usually we start with the photos and we might even just go into videos. But if you have created albums and this is really what I teach, it's really easier to have a pre-select of all of your footage from that particular story in one basket. So you just have one basket to go to rather than looking at everything on your device, which is if you get some of these, the larger devices that have larger storage, like I always get the maximum memory because I know I'm going to fill it up, then I have to back it up. It just can be overwhelming. So here's an album of just shots from Greece. And as you tap on each one, you can get a little preview and you can see the first frame. And that usually is an indication of what the shot content might be. The shot size, etc. So this is clearly a, and if you just tap over here, if you do it with your finger to you can scrub. This is called scrubbing. So I'm scrubbing a clip. And if I put my fingers that you see it's 17 17 seconds and six frames long. And I'm at the 8 second, fourth frame right here. Okay. So I can see she starts walking here. Well then I can very quickly just move this yellow handle over to where she starts to walk maybe about right there. And now when I scrub see that's at nine seconds. And then I grab the other handle. And let's say now I have something that's about 33 or four seconds long ride right there. It's at four seconds. Now, I can tap this, this arrow going down to the timeline. So that brings, we started over here in the library, right? Then we looked in the preview window to do an in and out point, set an in and out point for that little video clip. And now we're going to drop it down to the timeline. You could just grab it and take it down. Awesome. Most favorite button in this app is something called undo, and it's right there to just see the arrow go back or I could redo it. Let me undo it. And let me go back and select our clip from our library from the album of shots that I had for this walking shot sequence. And is he remembered are in and out points that I had said. And it gives you all the time code about that. If we look a little bit more precisely here on the list, 4.02, that's four seconds and two frames based on the time code, frames per second of the clip. In this case, we can always determine that by tapping on the information. That's the little eye tab over here on that clip there's a little button. So a lot of luma fusion odds, all of these little buttons. That's why I like to show this view with pencil. So you can see the details. I tapped here with the clip selected. And I can see that this was recorded right at 1920 by 1080. If I wanted to see what frame rate I'm using, I can go down here to the settings and see my frame rate. It's going to be based on the first clip added. I haven't added the clip number, I undid it. So these are some of the areas where you'll go when you're starting a project, you can go to the Project Settings. So anyways, I've got my clip. This is normally what I will use this tool right here to drop the clip onto the timeline. And as soon as I do that, the frame rate information is picked up. It's 30 frames per second. So my project base be 30 frames per second. Now that's pretty much the standard video frame rate for most smartphones, most consumer gadgets, especially if you are located in the United States of America, which is the video frame rate. Other parts of the world, it's at 25 frames per second for reasons that we can't go into here. It doesn't matter. Luma fusion can mix and match. And if most of your clips are on one frame rate, that's what you want to be set to, okay? So don't get too bogged down in the technique or the technical stuff unless you need to and just understand that luma fusion will get you there. It will bring you home. And make beautiful video out of all the footage you've got. We've talked about the three panes. We have, our sources pain, the preview. It works as a clip preview. It also works as a project premium. And we've talked about the timeline and we'll go into this as we start to build our story. Okay, so we will start to add some more clips in the next section. 4. Video Exercise - Shoot a sequence: Hello and welcome back to this QuickStart course with luma fusion where now have started a project we've played with one clip, kinda learned a little bit about some of the projects settings. And without getting too technical, I just want to make sure that you've got the chance to film some short clips, 10 to 15 seconds each. Maybe you only need 10 or 15 in. It can be around a theme. It can be around your favorite person, a favorite place, favorite activity, okay, and put those in a basket and then come back onto this segment, This tutorial. And you will be right in sync with me. You can play along with your version of luma fusion. 5. Editing clips in LumaFusion 3: You've started a new project. You've navigated into the photos and you found your folder. In this case, we're walking over a bridge in Greece. Okay? So we've already seen that we've got one clip here. Woman who's approaching the bridge. Let's look at some of the other clips as we audition them. This, but what's the content of this clip? Or you think it's nothing but then look, it's neutral. In other words, she's not there. And then her foot comes. So it's a close up of the foot. And I'm going to leave it with the left foot up in the air. And now I've kind of got my selection there. Where in this clip, does that make sense? It doesn't really matter because you can't see her feet there, but maybe as she scrubs by right right there, I'm gonna make sure she's down on her right foot. Now. I can just take that. You see how I even went back to the sources pain. It took the trimmed part of my clip down. This is a really powerful way to work guys. And now if I need to adjust that clip forward or backward in time or the content within it. Let's see, I like the length of time. I can just long press or long tap and I can move it forward or backward. And if I need to zoom in on the timeline to get a little bit more precise control. I can take two fingers and I can zoom right in and expand that out. And once I've expanded that out, I'm looking right here. Right foot is going down. So I can just set a marker here. And if I could just say what fall, and it will put a marker right exactly there. That's one way to use the marker. I'm going to turn the marker off and you'll see it's there. So that's the foot down. Here's the foot down. So what I need to do is move that to where the marker is. Just about. Got it. Okay. So you can see what I'm trying to do is show. And that is a Pro Edit guys. So that's what you're looking at here, is someone who is taking a subject and say, I need you to walk across this bridge about three or four times. And each time I'm going to put the camera in a specific location. And I want you to walk at the same pace in the end, in the same, look in the same direction. And what you want has nothing else to change in the background. And then you've got enough takes to, to put together little 2030. Second thing is this is a really fun exercise to do. In fact, maybe that's what you want to do for your project is a walking shot sequence. I'm going to demonstrate some other, other types of story forms, but this is an easy one to do with a friend. And you don't have to travel far to do it. If you've got this cool bridge out backyard, you can do that. And then maybe what you want to show in your next shot is like a little bit wider view of her walking over the bridge. So now we come back and we get a little bit more of the scene. Again, I'm just went to the sources where I already had my edited album. And let's say I just wanted to walk for maybe five seconds. See, I just scrubbed it over to about five seconds. And from there I can just long press hold and it heats it up basically at grabs it and says, Okay, I want to come down right after that clip. But looks it looks like she's maybe a little farther up the bridge than I'm showing here. So I need to I could split that clip with the scissors. If I just did that. Here's what I'll often do it then then I'll just select that first few seconds that I don't need. And then I'll hit the trash can and that'll tighten that up. And now I see that I'm also mixing in some really pro video editing tips here in this QuickStart guide, I hope you'll pay attention that why I'm doing some things are really important. I definitely like to go to a video editing app with a plan, or I like to work in the middle of a movie or a middle of a story with shots that I know that I can easily connect together. And that's why I was shoot sequences like this walking shot sequences so that I can start to sketch and start to figure out what the story is that will ultimately be. Because then where does that fit? What comes before? What comes after? It becomes a little easier once you've got a start on a project, like I say, can be really intimidating with any video editing app when that is your first view into the video edits. So, but if you can come with a plan, you're much better off. 6. Tool Tips in LumaFusion 3: All right, so I hope that you've started to play with some clips and you've tried to in and out. You've tried the split tool and the delete tool and most importantly that undo tool. And you start to get a little bit sense that this is non-destructive. Editing anything you do can be undone. You're not actually editing the clips. You're not destroying them, you're in it. When you set an in and out point, you're just setting instructions that the video editing app is following. And that becomes a lot of fun so that you have a lot of flexibility. You tap and hold a clip. You can move it forward or backward in time, you can move it up to a different timeline. If you don't like what you did, you can instantly on do it. Super powerful app here. And you are not alone in luma fusion, I'd want to tell you, Yes, I'm here to help you. Rob Montgomery is your guide. But if you long press down here and I'll show you in the other view. If you long press down in the right-hand corner of the gear icon, there's all of these tool tips that will pop up to remind you and train you a little bit about what those tools are called and how they're referenced, and maybe even what they do. And it's not just this view where you've got the sources, the preview pane in the timeline. But even if when you go into like let's say we wanted to edit the audio, if I double-tap on the green on the audio track there. Here, the tool tips are hidden under the question mark icon. So there you go. There's always got to guide there. And because this is a powerful app, not going to show you everything, not in this short course, but there's a lot to it and that's kinda of your, one of your gateways there to learning some of the other modes. Getting back out of any edit is always that arrow up in the top left. Okay, now let's just scrub here. And that's what we do up here with this bar that has the blue and the green. See how the blue is matching the video clips and the green is matching the audio clips. You have. At least six audio tracks, 6 video tracks. I think that might be expanding. I think it might depend on your device in the future, but look, it's more than enough. I get most of my work done with two video tracks, maybe two or three audio tracks. And I do documentaries that it anyway. I don't want it I don't want to brag. I'm just saying, you don't need so many tracks all the time unless you're doing something special, like a live multi-camera thing, which is something that's coming for luma fusion. And you've got multiple cameras. You needed to sync them up and you need multiple video tracks to hold the material. Most of the time. You can get by with a few tracks. Okay. 7. Resize windows in LumaFusion 3: Okay, so I think I've given you enough to focus on without distracting you into areas of special effects are special uses. But I wanted to tell you doing travel stories with the phone that's in your pocket that I found in either editing them out in that phone or on your iPad is a something you can do every day and it's something that allows you to get better at one aspect of video and filmmaking production. Without getting overwhelmed and say I have to do a big, big story. You can just focus on, look what happens when breaking news happens. Let's look at a little bit more involved project just to let you know that once you've got those building box, there's a lot more you can do. And in this case, again, I'm just taking a walk with, you know, who? The original mojo? My wife, you're just Montgomery. Because she takes me to interesting places. I'm always filming. And we were, went down here to film all of these kite surfers and all of a sudden this helicopter landed. So the question I have for you is, what do you do when all you've got is this? And in fact, it was the iPhone six S plus it wasn't even one of the new pro X-Y-Z. I found success. Plus, what do you do if it's your job to be a first responder, a reporter. Interesting, use case still using luma fusion, still thinking about sources preview pane, timeline. But in this case, I know I can't really use much of the audio recorded there because it's really, really windy. Let's watch this real and then I'm going to break it down for you to give you some insights about how I use luma fusion to get what I needed. So let's watch it and I want you to pay attention to the timeline. As it plays. I'm going to fade to black and I'm gonna make that a separate little thing so you can just keep playing that over and over again and try and make some notes and pick up what it is you are seeing. Oh, I want to say before I do that, here's a really cool feature and luma fusion three, the resizable. Look at that. It's a hidden little thing right here in the corner between the three paints is a little gray marker. And that will let you see now I've minimized. And if I toggle this off, now you'll be able to see that timeline and the, the preview as the story plays. So let me do that. I'm going to fade to black and then bring it up as a separate segment for you to watch and study. 8. Case Study: Beach rescue video - mobile journalism: I didn't expect to be taking pictures of this today or watching a beach rescue unfold. All we have done as walked down to watch the kite surfers. When a helicopter suddenly landed next to us. And not just any helicopter, a life rescue emergency helicopter with a medical team who were called to this remote location in Northern Germany in the national park. To render medical aid. They had to bring the person in a pickup truck through the camp crown and load them on to the helicopter. This took about 30 minutes. And so the question is, when all you have is your iPhone and this is the iPhone success plus. You don't have ND filters, you don't have a tripod, you don't have a microphone. What kind of shots will you capture that will let you take your audience to that seen and experienced what it's like to see that the female co-pilot clear the deck and start that machine. Let's try a slightly from the public bar. What we call copying over the torch. Body avid outset applied to it. 9. Recording voice over in LumaFusion 3: Oh yeah, I got sand blasted. Let's just scrub through that. So that is one minute, 51 seconds. One camera iPhone success plus that was in my pocket. I did not have any my gear with me. After I filmed it, I went back to my tent which was 10 minute walk away. Built mike visual timeline, just like I showed you previously with my examples, and went into the voice over recording mode and made that sleeping bag over my head so that the wind noise and everything went away and just kind of rift and did a one take vamp on that. Here is that voice silver? When you want to add a voice over here, I'll just mute that track so you can see if I bring the headers out, I can just mute that track. So that's basically what you're looking at here is a visual sequence, okay, there's this little animation I built that and luma fusion as well. I showed that in my more advanced tutorials how to, how to work with those elements. But it's kinda fun. If you've got anything clipped from another video app, you can also add it in. That's another way to do it. It's cool hack. So you can add titling. I'm going to show you once you've got a strong visual sequence and see what was cool is like. I used neutral framing to introduce the helicopter, connected my characters to the previously mentioned. Thanks a lot of things about the filmmaking, the skill of filmmaking that have nothing to do with the technique or this app I'm showing you. But basically, I worked really hard to get shots. And then took some screen grabs up from my graphics app to write the visual story. Writing the script. I didn't even have to write it down. It didn't have a pen and paper or anything to write it down with. So I had to make a really strong visual story. Then once I had done that, the tool that I use is down here, it's the plus and the plus button in luma fusion will let you add those extra layers like you can add voiceover or a transition, a blank clip, a main title or an overlay title. Now an overlay title is like a superimposition. A main title will be a title card. It will be white type against black background. You can change all those parameters, but those are the basic forms for the plus additional button. You can add a clip. We're going to add voiceover. And you see the interfaces is a little bit. It takes over the whole width down here and it's just on the bottom. And you kinda have to know what these buttons do down here on the bottom left. The green is obviously a signal indicator of your strength of your voice. And as I get into my radio or television presenter, voiceover voice, I will think about the first shots. This helicopter shouldn't be here. Well, this helicopter came out of the blue or whatever my first line is. When I'm ready, I'm going to press the circle button down here. It'll give me a 3 second countdown. I better be ready. This helicopter is a life rescue helicopter. And it suddenly arrived as we were filming on a beach in Germany. Okay. When I'm happy with that, then I hit that button again and it stops. You can see the new voice-over clip is on a new audio track here. And I can audition it with these controls here. This helicopter is a life rescue helicopter. There's very good. Okay. And if you like it or you can tap the green check Bot button and it will accept that. And it'll just basically come back out of the voice-over editing tool. If you tap the circle going back as well, you're gonna go back and do take two. So now let's say we like it, but it's tapped the green button and now that audio track is added below. If I want to get rid of it, I can dab it and delete it. If I want to go in and edit it, if I double tap on it, I will go into the audio editing. And in the audio editing you can see some more of the luma fusion toolkit. You can work with audio plug-ins. Oh my God. So if I wanted to put a channel strip on that compressor limiter, I could do that and get the same kind of quality I would expect are very close to working in television studio, right in the broadcast house. You can resize that and get a little bit bigger for the controls. Or you can work all the controls for your audio plug-ins over here with the sliders. Okay? So that is how you can just come down beat and come away with a great story. And I hope that helps. I hope that you can now start with luma fusion. Add clips, make a visual story and see where it leads. A can't wait to see some of your practice videos, some of the places that you will take us. You can always find me at Rob Hey, happy filming. 10. More Features in LumaFusion 3: So you had the Quickstart and let me just quickly show you some more of the new features and luma fusion and the tools that I tend to use the most. Because the program now has so many little toys in it. It's really good just to focus sometimes on the ones that get the work done and leave the special use cases for looking it up in the reference files. I've opened up a different project here. So I want you to look at with me a little bit something from Copenhagen. And this is, I'm a trip that was made quite quickly, well, over 700 kilometers on a bicycle. And so the whole thing, you see this graphics come in Berlin, Copenhagen, my bicycle. So this was all reported live from the field using luma fusion and an iPhone Pro Max version. And so this window, if you noticed, I can re-size here this preview pane and the library and the timeline and really focus in on just the elements I want to this widget here lives in the corner. If I show you here, it's right here in the intersection with the three. That's three sizer tool. If you miss that in that earlier, I showed you that. That's where it lives and it's really, really handy and it works with all the layout previous. So sometimes when you're editing and say I've already got all my library material there. I don't need it anymore. I can switch different views here, okay? If I attach an external monitor, then that signal can go out to an external monitor. I don't really do that. I've got a big iPad here. This is the view I would probably use. And if I were to resize. Now, the widget, it's really hidden there. It's always liquid. This little light gray separates in the separator area. And so now I can really get a big preview on my playback. I can scrub up here. And then I can tell you a little bit about these animation builds. You see that how I am, I've used a keyframe animation to do a freeze frame and then a pull focus with Gaussian Blur. And then all of these little elements come in slowly. You can also just go frame by frame here with a swipe. Isn't that cool? And you can see how that builds. Now listen, I'm in my more advanced courses, I talk about how to do animation built. It's a little bit beyond the scope of a QuickStart. Just wanted to let you know these things exist and it's all editable here with an luma fusion. Okay, so mixing still pictures, working with footage like this. Look at this, I can bring this up. This footage is not slowed down and luma fusion, That's important point to make. It is actually filmed that way. And you can see that with the information, it's found that 240 frames per second, 1920 by 1080, 69 HEVC Rec 709 color space 55, 0.2 megabits per second. But regardless, when I drop that clip on to luma fusion, if you double-tap and any clip, you can go between the different modes down here. Color correction, audio levels. In this case, we don't want the audio from that stabilization or stabilization is a new feature with that came with a luma fusion 3. In here you can stabilize a shot. In this case, I'm using slow motion to stabilize it so it would be overkill. But if you just tap on one of the presets, it'll load a really cool core melt lock and load stabilization. And pretty familiar with Final Cut Pro, that's directly licensed technology. The luma fusion brought in 43 and it works really. And if you want to make further adjustments, you can do all that and stabilize. Your video. Here is the speed control. And you can see because it was coming at 240 frames per second on a 30 frames per second project, It's eight times slower. That's well, I'm playing it at 25 percent. One-quarter speed. Right there at 1 8 speed would be the natural the natural 2240 to 38 times slower. So it would be really, really looking like this. Just because this is more of a creative video and I never really reverse my shots. But that is one of the things you can do with speed and reverse there. And you can reverse it as well. You see all the controls down our right here, under frame and fit. And this is where I wanted to go right away. This is where you can do keyframe animation. You can start with the plus button down here. And as you scrub across, you can change anything about your domain crazy here. Remember there's an undo button. Just being crazy here. And it will remember all your keyframe moves. If you want to clear your keyframes off, you can clear all of them with those controls down in the bottom left. And like I said, the undo button is your friend always look for that back arrow to restore things to the way they were. While the other things that the luma fusion 3 on Locke was the ability to work more seamlessly with external drives, like Samsung T7, SSD drives work really well according to the dev team in Seattle that make luma fusion. Now, I generally don't work with external drives, but it is cool that you could, especially if you get an a and an storage limitation that you can work directly off of an external drive and little effusion will operate with it. And it's just like having a real computer and real external hard drive. Whoo. I kinda like the mobile thing for the all in one. But it's good to know that that exists as a new feature in 3. The Audio Units we talked about do have a graphic equalizer which we did not show. And that's cool because you can resize this window. And here with all of the different frequencies, you can manipulate those or you can use the sliders to do that work for you. They just don't update in real time. You have to stop moving up here. They just there to kind of liquid. Okay, So you can cut, you can boost in if you want to reset it. There's the reset button over there, the magic circle, the undo, and the reset. Those are always great. Sometimes it's a double-tap. In this case, they gave you a control right there. And then when you want to work with audio unit plug-ins, like for example, you wanted to put a compressor limiter on this track and be able to work with your presets. You can do that. Here. We can just do some gentle compression in those settings will come right. And so it's just like having all of your app right there. The user interface has to fit in this window. So that's why I like to, I'm doing this work. I want to be on my iPad. I want to be able to see and touch all of those controls and really make the delicate adjustments as I audition it. So that's and here you can disable the effects. So you can, you know, AB it. Of course you can delete it. So those are the stabilization, the audio units, the resizable interface, and external drive. So this is the big features in luma fusion. And those are the main things I like to do. Voice-overs, some simple titling effects, and getting the audio really great and really great picture sequences. I hope this QuickStart really helped you get some great results very quickly. This is a big problem. It can do a lot more as well. We've got more advanced courses for that. I'm Rob recovery. And this is the smart film school. Happy filming.