Timeline export in .xml .aaf or other unified format
The huge power of mobile editing is exactly it mobileness, but underestimating it's usefulness only means that the whole audience is underestimated. We are geeky monkeys thatcootimize our lives and this app have the potential to optimize. When we are on the go we can use this app to do triming of whole lot of footage and later do more serious edit on Laptop or computer, but in order to do that we need to be able to move the timeline across different softwares. For example if I am pleased with a good edit and just want to bring it to Resolve for color grade and export the timeline in supported format will be needed. Do not seek only the stupid crowd that will pay for rendering video on the phone, seek usefulness and efficiency and let Premiere Rush become legend in its class. The crowd is not full with only old man who will do two edits if their son and dog. The crowd is full also with professionals, semi pros, talented hobbiests, very enthusiastic creators and all sort of people that should not be underestimated. This app looks extremely greedy for the prize and what it offers. Those days phones support Linux and even Windows emulatoras. I miss the days when software was actually planed towards usefulness not chaining the user with inabilities to make him pay for imitation of usefulness.