Turn Your iPad Into A Second Monitor For Editing On The Road

Posted on by Aaron Weiler

Ever wish you had an extra display for editing on the road? Well, with an iPad and the Air Display app from Avatron Software, now you do! The Air Display works over a local Wi-Fi network and works in portrait or landscape configurations on both Mac and Windows. I found the iPad's 1024x768 display to be very responsive and perfect for holding my Final Cut Pro bins... allowing for more screen space on my MacBook Pro.

Ditch the mouse!
The iPad's touch display also allows you to reach out and interact with your FCP bins using the newly added touch gestures for mouse right-clicking and scroll wheel. I highly recommend this app.

Check it out for yourself...