Pinnacle Releases Studio Video Editing App with 1080p Support for iPad

A new video editor is set to hit the App Store today as Corel announces the release of the Pinnacle Studio for iPad, designed to bring big-screen moviemaking to the touchscreen.  The app is part of the new Pinnacle Studio software family, which offers an updated user interface and adds several new features to Pinnacle 16 for the PC in a variety of packages from basic to ultimate.

Pinnacle Studio for iPad offers more than any other video editing app currently on the market.  It is designed to take full advantage of the touchscreen by providing an intuitive editing experience that utilizes the pinch-to-zoom and double-tap features for quick navigation and edits.  You can create professional-looking motion titles with fully customized text, record voice overs directly on the device, and quickly create multi-layer 3D animations with included montage templates.

You can create projects with any media on the iPad, from pictures to videos with high-definition 1080p output support.   You can then share your creations via YouTube, Facebook, Box, and more, or export to Pinnacle for PC to take advantage of even more powerful editing features.

The updated Pinnacle 16 family includes new features such as optimization for the latest CUDA GPUs, exclusive NVIDIA 3D Vision support, and up to 50GB free cloud file sharing and storage with Box, which makes media files and projects easy to send and edit from any browser.

“The new Pinnacle Studio family is the first consumer video editing application lineup that offers users the ability to edit professional quality projects on their PC or on the go with their iPad thanks to cloud storage and seamless integration with Pinnacle Studio for the PC and iPad. No other solution on the market delivers this capability,” said Matt DiMaria, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Digital Media at Corel.  “We are confident that our users will love the creative freedom and flexibility the new line offers.”

Pinnacle 16 can be purchased as an electronic download, starting at $59.95 for the basic version, or from Corel’s global resellers.  The app is not yet available in the U.S. App Store, but should appear later today.


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  • Stephen

    Android users looking for cloud solutions might enjoy the world’s first consumer cloud video editor: Clesh, launched back in 2005. This gives frame accurate cloud video editing on PCs and Macs, with 1080p publishing, through a web interface, so no installation necessary there!

    The Android app was released in 2011, and is available from the Google Play store for tablets and smartphones.

  • Nemo

    This app is a re-packaging of Avid Studio! What a scam!!!

    • Alex Johnson

      why scam? Avid has sold consumer business to Corel. this is just the next version of Avid Studio, which will be discontinued.

  • Alex Johnson

    Avid has sold consumer business to Corel. this is just the next version of Avid Studio, which will be off the store soon.