Chris Lawley creates videos for his YouTube channel that is all about proving it's possible to work only from an iPad and other iOS devices. He covers everything iPad, automation, and productivity. Final Cut Pro for iPad was released in May of 2023. We dive deep into Final Cut Pro for iPad in this episode; the app he uses to create his videos.

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Chapter Markers:

00:00:00: Opening

00:01:06: Support the Podcast

00:01:40: Chris Lawley

00:02:20: Stage Manager

00:06:00: Backup

00:06:53: Multiple Stages?

00:08:29: Desk Setup

00:12:36: Production Pipeline

00:14:56: Any notable new apps?

00:15:38: Final Cut Pro for iPad!

00:18:07: DaVinci Resolve

00:19:51: Old Final Cut 

00:22:17: Final Cut Pro Gripes?

00:27:07: Multiple Windows?

00:28:36: Audio recording in FCP

00:30:08: Mac Plugins

00:31:08: iPad version a good place to start?

00:32:59: Custom Keyboards

00:34:53: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts

00:36:14: Jog Wheel

00:37:33: Mac projects on iPad?

00:39:16: Production Workflow

00:43:30: Audio

00:46:23: The iPad Camera

00:48:50: Offloading footage

00:49:50: What do you hope comes to FCP next?

00:51:42: Archiving Projects

00:54:19: Transcriptions

00:56:11: Anything else?

00:56:31: Where can people follow you online?

00:57:10: Closing

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