LumaFusion, a popular video editing app, is set to launch on Chromebooks, making it the latest in a line of professional applications to expand to Google’s operating system.
LumaFusion has been available on iOS devices for several years and has been praised for its advanced features and user-friendly interface. Now, developers Luma Touch have announced that the app will be available on Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices in the near future.
The app offers a wide range of features, including support for multiple video tracks, audio editing, color correction, and effects. It also allows users to work with a variety of video resolutions and frame rates, making it ideal for professional video editors and content creators.
The move to bring LumaFusion to Chromebooks is part of a larger effort by Google to make its operating system more attractive to professionals. Chrome OS has traditionally been seen as a lightweight, web-based platform, but in recent years Google has been working to add more features and functionality to make it a viable option for users who need more advanced tools.
The addition of LumaFusion to the platform is likely to be welcomed by content creators who use Chromebooks, as it offers a powerful alternative to other video editing apps currently available on the platform. It also demonstrates Google’s commitment to expanding the range of applications available on Chrome OS, which is good news for anyone who uses the operating system for work or play.
It remains to be seen when LumaFusion will be available on Chromebooks, but the announcement suggests that it will be coming soon. In the meantime, Chromebook users can look forward to having access to a powerful video editing tool that was previously only available on iOS devices.